<%BANNER%>
The Clewiston news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00591
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00591
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text
....
... --' -
: s.I .-' :--"- --

! I I

I t .i i i.i

(
J
IA



THEaCLI WISTON NEWS' ,yr.





Tf. M VOLUME NUMBER 31 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, Ii"RIDA'i AUGUST 14, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION S'l.OO YEAR ,.:



i BEARDSLEY, HERRING WORK SPEEDING UP I Nominee For SenatorJUDGE 'Andrews Nominated Over : 1



SPEAK WEDNESDAY I ON ORTONA LOCKSAND I Carlton As U. S. Senator .


TO KIWANIS CLUBPlans NORTH GATE :.;


--' Removal of Rock From r Hendry. County Gives % .

had been made for three oft i i All of the concrete in the upper

the members of the graduating ;' gate has been poured and the last I Hicpochee ContinuesThe I Carlton Five .%"zj
class of Clewiston High School to'; pouring of concrete in the lower I "

meet with the Kiwanis last Wednesday -:' gate is expected to be finished this I 1_ Majority' \1!

night and give short talks on week in the Lock No. 2 structure at removing of rock from the

what they intended to do now that : Ortona under contract to the Spada- I spoil bank thrown up across Lake
they are through school. Whether iio Construction Company. Concrete Hicpochee to be used in building the C. O. Andrews, Orlando attorney, is j

stage fright kept the youngstersaway I I'I work in the spillway structure will I rip-rap along the government leveeat won the Democratic nomination :for ,

or something else happened, 0 be started at once. Pahokee is going forward stead United States Senator to fill theun-

the planned program_ failed to materialize The rip-rapping of the upper and I ily in' spite of the fact that navigation expired term of the late Senator

I, and J. E. Beardsley, program lower approaches to the lock is expected -I has been seriously handicapped -!I Park Trammell in the special primary -
I chairman, gave instead a ten to be started the latter part in Three-Mile canal during the Tuesday in one of the most

minute talk on the farming outlook of this week. About 250 feet up- past week by hyacinths. ![ startling election upsets in many

for the coming season.In I stream from the upper gate is to be Four government tugs are in use I i[ years, his lead over former Governor 'r

his talk, Mr. Beardsley stated rip-rapped and about 350 feet down- on the work, the Tortuga: the Fulton -j| Doyle E. Carlton of Tampa being '

that many additional acres had been stream from the lower gate will be the Margaret and the Squid. Theyare close to 5,000 votes. Carlton took,

planted in sugar cane this year, par- I lined with rock. The steel sheet pil- C. O. ANDREWS used to tow the barges of rock a huge lead in his home. county of;

ticularly in the Bear Beach area, ing for the south lock wall is very" I and sand across the lake. The bargesare Hillsborough but it was not suffici-
the nearly all driven and the loaded U. S. D. ent to overcome Andrews' lead in %
G and that some had expressed I as soon as by'the E. dipper
fear that this might curtail vege- north wall is driven it is probablethat dredge, the Dl. other large counties.' r ti

table planting somewhat in the area work on the floor will be star LAKES EXPOSITION Upon arrival In Pahokee the Hendry county gave Carlton a ;

this year. Imstead he said it appar- ed. barges are unloaded by 'the 50-B slight majority, the total unofficial

ently had the effect of causing more The fabrication of the steel lock dragline which has been leased by vote being 198 for Carlton and 19'3fOr

1 vegetables to be planted in different gates is expected to be held up forborne AT,. CLEVELAND IS the engineers from the Atlantic Andrews. The canvassing board ',II

areas, thus opening more land to time, a change order in the design Dredging and Construction company. I met to count absentee votes and to ,

cultivation. Land is now being prepared of the spillway having necessi- This machine has been mounted on I complete the official count but the
in places and general DESCRIBED BY KAY I results of their count has not been
many tated a delay in ordering of the a barge and is equipped with both '
planting operations will begin about structural steel for the entire pro- a clamshell and orange peel bucket. -i learned. It was not expectedhowever t

the first of next month. ject. Engineers estimate that it will --- The clamshell more efficiently I that there would be any great '
Following Mr. Beardsley's talk, B. (Written exclusively for Florida change in the total. .
be near the end of January before handles the larger rock while the
E. Herring, Kiwanis secretary and boats may be locked 'through the News Service) orange peel does better work on the I t Clewiston gave Carlton his biggest -
'
principal of the Clewiston school for I structure. The contract time is up IJy RUSSELL KAY small rock and sand. I I[ lead in'the county precinct with ..;

the coming term outlined the plans near the middle of February. Cleveland, 0., Aug. 13 (FNS-) About a thousand feet.of the rock 92 votes to 42 for the Orlando can- .

for the school year. He explained I I At Okeechobee the E. H.: Latham America has become Exposition con- retaining wall has been, completedand I I didate. Felda and Fort Denaud gave '#.

that the faculty would be practically ,': Company has almost completed the scious. Nomads at heart, Americanslike only a smaft part of the back-I Andrews his biggest precinct major'J.'

the same as that of last year with I hurricane gate at the mouth of Tay- filling which is being done incidental I ities. .
to travel. want to
They places -
go
one less teacher and that there would i, lor's Creek All of the concrete has to the wall ,construction. The wall Andrews was endorsed by tfie

be six or eight members of the sen- been poured in the gate with ,only a and see things; they follow the I consists of a huge pile of boulders state conTention of Townsend Clubs

ior class in contrast with the four little flooring left to complete. Two crowd and they enjoy ball11" 00. This fourteen feet wide at the base and in Lakeland recently and the ,,support -

last year. He said that an experienced of their culverts are complete, Nos. summer three great expositions are with a crown of two and a half feet. of this group is believed behave

athletic coach had been added to 8 and 9 and at Eagle Bay ,the cof- in progress: : the Texas Centennial at In most places it, is said the crownof been responsible to a large e- }
the faculty who would not only sup- ferdam Is ready and some, piling the wall is much wider than the tent for the upset victory. He is confident *"*

: pervise' the school sports but who have been driven for the-three-bar- Dallas, the California-Pacific at San two and a half feet due to the fact of election in November afro

I had expressed himself, as being will-, lel culvert at that point. The one- .. Diego' (in its second year) and the that the rock is by no means uni- promises to push the Townsend

ing to act as instructor at the recre- barrel structure at the Kissimmee Great Lakes Exposition here in form. The smaller rock are placedso .plan. He has also pledged] his sup-

ation ,center when it is completed. I River has just been started with the Cleveland. All of them are drawing as to provide the best possible port to the Florida Cross-State ship *

I. M. Pafford followed with a' cofferdam! under construction this attendance and filling of the voids between the canal,' another thing which won hima
good
short summary of what had been accomplished -| week. Their contract time will ex- cessful. proving. suc-' larger rocks. lot of votes in the north' Florida :.

.. on the recreation park I pire soon after .the first of. November At. the present .. tinle the only counties... .. .,;",-l
and stated that very little had been ; and it is believed that, their work When the question oro.Florida'S'participation w ..
source of rock and backfill material The voting was light allover the' :\.
discovered during the past two will be virtually completed at that in this exposition was '
is Lake Hicpochee but within a state and the editorial comments of :
weeks. Construction awaits the arrival first advanced, there were some who .
time. I short time it is expected that rock) most newspapers, the majority: of : ,,
of some materials which have | expressed the belief that the public
and sand :,-will be hauled from the which had. endorsed Carlton, was '
been ordered. Mr. Pafford reported'that might be fed-up on expositions. But
St. Lucie spoil bank. that it was lack of interest more !
Milk Control
the Catholic churcH had prom- Board Will such is not the case. They are flock- ,
than other one thing that caus- .
ised a donation of $25.00 to help fix ing to these events in greater numbers any ; ;
ed the former Governor's defeat. .
New Lock Devices
up the park. j Act To Enforce Law than ever before. .
Confident of a landslide victory, ma-
Mr. Beardsley announced Entering its second month the' ,
: I' of the Carlton supporters did not .
evening --- Installed At Locks ny
speaker next Wednesday ,Great Lakes, Exposition is awing ,
In an open letter to all ne\vspap- work up enough enthusiasm to go
will be Dr. Danne, from the State ''attendance far beyond the expectation '
to the polls to cast a ballot while 'J
ers and county agents of the state --
Experimental Station in Belle Glade.
of its sponsors and there is talk
The this week, W. Henry Bryant, Workmen eg nVednesday Andrews, pushed hard by certain ::
work being carried on here is
of continuing it another
I I tor of the State Milk Control direc-I now year. I morning putting in new lock devices groups, had drawn out a big vote to '
most interesting and It is certain
!
Transforming a former city dump '
stated that since the on, the .lock gates at Moore Haven to insure his election if possible.: .
thatever'one :
: II will be benefitted by into a veritable fairyland Cleveland
+ Dr. Danne's talk. I the act by the state supreme court I replace' the ones provided in con- The vote by precincts in Hendry ."
is staging a remarkable show. It is
II
I recently in the matter of constitu- struction and later found to be un- county was as follows: ;
not billed as a "World's Fair"infact '
tional validity the Board would take satisfactory.The Precinct Andrews Carlton :!
.
New it operates only 100 daysbutit
Engineer Official immediate steps to enforce the pro- old locking device which held 1. Clewiston ..............:.....4 2 92 ;
is without doubt the most com- "
visions of the act. A meeting has the gate against abnormal pressure 2. East LaBelle ............33 41
plete and comprehensive exposition 'J
Visits Here SundayCapt. been called for August 17 In Tallahassee -I I I was a steel shoe which press- 3. West LaBelle ,........._50 47 .,'J
ever staged for so short a period. In
to which all ,dairymen and ed 'against the lock floor and held 4. Ft. Denaud'6 J
respects it rivals the great I
other interested parties are invited many' the gate by friction.' It was set by 5. Felda _.........................30 12,
K. F. Hertford, who recently "Century of Progress" of 1933-34, :;
and at this meeting it is expected of -----. .- .
wheel from the
operated top
took the duties of a
over assistant dis-
smaller in extent but better laid out I
that many of the difficulties with I the gate. A few trials of this device Totals .....:.......... 193 196 .!
trict engineer in the U. S. Engineer and far more beautiful. Striking is I
which the board has been confronted I showed that it could not be relied ,
district office in Jacksonville, was the cleanliness of grounds and build-
here for several days the first of will be ironed out. i ings. There is nothing cheap or upon as' the shoe had "a habit of Singing Convention to

the week on an inspection trip' of the One of the main policies will be shoddy about it; the landscaping is sticking and resisting all efforts, at

i Okeechobee and Caloosahatchee pro- for full enforcement of the license; excellent; the arrangement of build- moving it by the use of the wheel. Meet Here Sunday

'- provision of the Act which sets out ; ings and their architecture gives an The new device was designed by

accompanied I that every retail dealer in milk shall atmosphere of freedom and roominess engineers of the district and while --- ''

i I Ark' Capt. G. E,, Linkswiler, in charge ofClewiston I 1 I pay a $1.00 license fee and that. ; you do not feel crowded. very simple is expected to be much The Hendry county singing convention -

\', ,' the : sub-office. produce distributors pay a license, I To your right as you enter the more efficient. Two shoes are fast-. will be held next Sunday,

Capt;>Hertford is the successor to the amount of which is based on I grounds, a: part of the exposition, is ened to one of the gates. On the opposite August 16, at the school auditoriumin

Capt. P. A. Feringa who was trans- the average daily poundage of milk Cleveland's great public hall, teim- gate there is one shoe which Clewiston at 2:30 p. m. Dennis

ferred recently to active military produced during the preceding year. I ed Radioland during the show per- slides in between the two shoes on Small of LaBelle, president of the ,,

service at Fort Leavenworth, Kan- Five dollars is about the averagefee iod. Radio shows are featured daily) the first gate when the gates are convention, will! have charge.

sas. He is assistant to Col. Earl for a four or five cow dairy. from the gigantic stage with nation- closed. A pin dropped through a hole The convention is free to all and

North, district engineer of the Jack- Penalties are provided for a producer ally known stage and radio stars I in the three shoes will effectivelyhold a weleome is extended to all church-

sonville district. selling to an unlicensed merchantor participating.: Programs are both local the gates together against any .,s and individuals of Hendry' and
a licensed merchant buying froman I adjoining counties. It is strictly interdenominational -
I and network and among those pressure.
unlicensed producer.One The device will only be used in ] and it is hoped
Lola Cason Buxton I who have recently appeared are Ed
of the main points to be discussed -, Wynn, the Fire Chief, with Graham case of hurricane and as soon as the that everyone who can sing will joinin

at the August meeting will ricNamee; the Sisters of the Skillet: I Moore Haven..'. -lock is finished the 1 1 .l=ing the convention a great

Mrs. Lola Cason Buxton, 38, died be the elimination, so far as pos- ;otoopnagle and Bud; The Pickins other gates around tho lake will be fluccess.

at her home here at 6:30 Wednesday sible to the bootleggers of unsanitary Sisters; Reginald Werenwrath; Rudy outfitted with the locking device.In .

morning following a lingering I I milk from one to five cow dair- Vallee; Jessica Dragonette. the government warehouse in Garden Club Begins '

illness. Funeral services were held I ies not properly equipped for producing Thousands of visitors are privilegedto (Continued on Page 5) J

Thursday afternoon at Fort Denaud I I sanitary and healthful pro- hear and see these artists while Planting In HarlemThe
cemetery where she was buried. ducts. This inspection work is car-
the broadcaston
programs are actually Mrs. Perry ImprovingThe
I ried the State Board of
Beside her husband, Jack Buxton, on by Health national networks. The Florida
of Moore Haven, she is survived by which department has been seriously Orange Blossom Quartet, young men Garden Club began work the

her three children by a former mar-!I (Continued on PASS 5) from the Florida Agricultural and many friends of Mrs. \V. W. first of the week on the landscapingand

riage, Geddis, Otis and J. D. Cason; I Mechanical College, are proving Perry will be much' pleased to learn beautifying of the Harlem
, three sisters, Mrs. Lola Jacobs, of SHERWOOD HALL ISItEAKS: popular entertainers and because of that she is now showing definite school grounds and are reported to

LaBelle, Mrs ,Leslie Thomas of I ARM: IX FALL FROM TRIM I their excellent work they have signs' of improvement after about be going ahead rapidly with the'

Lakeport and Mrs. Perry Robbins of featured with some of the been i six weeks critical illness from complications -I work. -

Okcechobeo and one brother, Floyd I Sherwood Hall, nephew of H. R. coast-lo-coast hook-ups. Local radio following the birth of a A truckload of shrubbery was set

Mountain of Clewiston. Hall, broke one of his arms Tues- stations, which include WTAMj, son at Manatee the Matter part of out Wednesday by WPA workmen

The funeral services were conducted day at the elbow when he fell out of 1 GAR, WHK and WJAX June. under the supervision of members
by Rev. Jesse DeGolyer of the a tree In which he was playing. most liberal in providing time fort I Since that time her' life has been ..of the club who volunteered to act

Church of God. This, is said to be the second time Florida programs. In some instances despaired of on several occasionsand in that capacity.Mrs. .

the same arm has been broken In as many as four a day are featured, I little hope was held for her re-I
Mrs. Gratton George and G. E. almost the same place and the break all directing attention to our Flor- coveiy.. A wire from Mr. Perry G. B. Rackstraw spent Wednesday -

Etherton went to Miami Thursdayto was described as being a seriousone. ida' Exhibit and to the state. I Thursday, however, stated that she with Mrs. Geo. Yon at South

visit Mrs. Etherton. Mrs. George However he Is reported to be Giant, brilliantly colored pillars was considerably better and believed Bay. .They visited Mrs. Charles Lov-
will remain to visit her for' two doing as well as can be expected at I and artistic arches set in a charinCoutinuefl to be well on the road to com vorn in Canal Point during the af.

weeks. this time. ( on page 4) plete recovery. ternoon.t .


; -




....
L.1 ji I/

I- ," ,,.. 4



-:---- ":- p.'.. ,''- ,;, '" e':".r +c,r ,." r ...". '.,, ...." ...-p J .,'.... -.....\ ; "'
;" ,. .
;\ : '( : f,\. :'
:
: : ?: ,


,



THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936



----- ----'"

BRISBANETHIS News Review of Current 'IMPROVEDUNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Envy \



Events the World Over SUNDAY 1 I WHAT a wretched- and '' .lt

WEEK LessonBy state is this!. To

be offended with excellence and
'
REV. HAROLD L LUNDQUIST to hate a man because we
Childhood Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. approve him! The condition of
Tugwell's Little Girl Frank Knox Notified of Republican Vice Presidential !: Western Newspaper Union. the envious man is the most

Holland Buys Planes emphatically miserable; he is

Rev. Webber Knows Nomination-Spanish Rebels Winning Victories- Lesson for August 16 not only incapable of rejoicingin

Third PWA another's merit or success,
Building Program.By .
In France
Childhood lasts longer but lives in a world whereinall
than in America and it is real child- SOWING AND REAPING
mankind in
are a plot
hood. Boys in EDWARD W. PICKARD LESSON TEXT Calatians 6110.: against his quiet, studying their
H their teens writ- Q Western Newspaper Union. I GOLDEN TEXT-Be not deceived; GodIs own happiness and advantage.
ing letters call not mocked: for whatsoever a man -Addison.
I
their fathersCher an enthusiastic crowd corn crop in most of the leading soweth that shall he also reap.-Gala.
FACING tans 6.7.PRIMARY..
petit pap- filled the states. In
big producing some sections TOPIC-How to Behave. Misfortunes cannot be avoided -
pa, "Dear little Chicago stadium, Col. Frank Knox there will not even be fodder and JUNIOR TOPIC-When We Choose. but they may be sweet-
1 papa" .- imag- received from Senator Steiwer of over a much larger area no grain INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC ened.
.. -Sowing and Reaping. (Effects of Alcohol).
-
ine that from an Oregon the officialnotification will be obtained this year. There
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
American "prep" of his were good rains, however, in partsof Sowing and Reaping. (Effects of Alcohol).
school. nomination for the the central and eastern areas
IIIy Little French vice presidency by and improvement was noted therein Satan is "the god of this world." .rrr.r.re ...............-

girls play innocently the Republican par- ,both corn and pasturage.The And as such he has wrought con-

with Toto, ty. National Chair- present drouth in Iowa, the fusion in every realm and particu- The
[ their little dog, man John Hamilton i department said, has caused greater larly in the field of moral distinc- Mind By

hardly knowingthat introduced the senator i damage to corn than that of tions and responsibility. Instead of LOWELLHENDERSON

I. such things: who spoke 1934. The summary reported almost clear-cut lines of right and wrong, Meter o
as francs exist briefly but forcefully complete destruction of the white and black, he has managedto
f Arthur Brisbane much _i jwhen and with his customary crop in two southern and two western befuddle the minds of many so Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

I r.er' than Assistant Secretary T ugwell's. eloquence.AS tiers of counties. that they see only a twilight gray _--u---__
r __ ,
,s --------------------
of moral indifference. He has lulled -----
--- n -
intelligent young daughter, Colonel; Knox
Marcia, aged-twelve, who, in-part- Colonel Knox stepped forward to PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ended many a man and woman into a The Four-Word TestIn

[ nership with her friends, Mary deliver his speech of acceptancehe his 437 mile cruise when his false security that somehow sin this test there are four words

r r Frances Cottrell and Joyce Hel- was greeted by a 'roar of applause yacht docked at Campobello island, may be yielded to with impunity.To given in each problem. Three of .

mick, organized "a laundry for that continued for many New Brunswick, where he has a some he says there is no God, the four in each case bear a defi-
\ washing dogs." They advertised: minutes. His fellow citizens were summer home. He shaved off the and no punishment for sin. To those nite relationship to one another;

; "Small dogs, 30 cents; middlesizeddogs glad to expresstheir gratificationfor sidewhiskers he had grown to sur- who will not yield to such a bold Cross out the one word that does

35 cents; groomed and the honor done him and the prise his wife and mother and went attack he more subtly suggests that I not belong in each problem.
washed. Dogs not good-natured thousands from outside Chicagowere ashore for a picnic and a reception God is love and that there will be
.
1.
Holy sacred
profane divine.
,
must be sent with muzzles, and we no less warm in their appre- with:: members of his family and no judgment. Some there are who ,
t cannot wash large dogs." ciation of the candidate. In the friends in the summer colony of think that formal association with 2. Tall, squat, lofty, high.

Too bad that parental severitybroke streets surrounding the stadiumwas the island. Canadian Royal Mounted religious organizations will some- 3. Lob, double-play, net "ball,

up the dog laundry.. It had another vast throng of people police joined with the American how atone for all their carelessnessof ace.
who unable to into the build-- secret service in guarding the life. How great is the need to 'New
announced working hours: 10 a. m. get men 4. Hampshire, Vermont,
i', to '5 p. m. on Saturdays," the studious ing, listened to the proceedings as distinguished visitor. emphasize the truth of this lesson Boston, Connecticut. '

r;: little girls' only !holiday, "all broadcast by a loud-speaker" sys- Mr. Roosevelt remained at that "God mansoweth is not; mocked that, for shall what-he 5. Vain, humble, modest, submissive. -
I Campobello only two days and then soever a
F hours after school on other week- .
:::, days." tem.Unlike Governor Landon Colonel took a special train to Quebec, also reap" (v. 7). These are eternal

What a good example for govern- Knox devoted much of his addressto where he visited with Lord Tweeds- and immutable principles.: 6. Shot put, javelin throw, 100-

:' ment enterprises: the little girls the alleged failures of the Roose- muir, governor general of Canada. The epistle to the Galatians ex- yard dash, discus throw. ,

I' really meant to work to "groom ,velt administration which, he said, pounds Christian liberty as basedon 7. Hot, stolid, fiery, ardent.

:.: and wash" the dogs, not merely had the most glorious opportunityin GEN. FRANCISCO FRANCO'S justification by faith. This life 8. Harvard, Princeton, Vassar
::. stand around and collect the 30 the history of the nation but ignored forces in Spain, accord- of liberty is a life in the Spirit, and Yale.
:, its responsibility failed in to late this means walking in the Spirit.I. .
; cents. ing reports, were pressingthe 9. Tallahassee, Sacramento,
The Christian's Attitude Toward
its job and defaulted in its obli- government troops seriouslyand
Others (vv. 1, 2)). Chicago, Baton Rouge.
gations.
Plucky little Holland and her winning some,
The spiritual concerns of life are 10. Running, swimming, walking
wise queen seem to have decided "From the day that it took,.office bloody encounters.
that the 1914 "war to end all wars" ," he declared, "it embarkedon This despite the far more" important than the mate- trotting.

did not finish its job. Holland went a series of hysterical experi- claims of Madrid rial, therefore the writer points out

h through the big war safely, selling ments on the economic life of a that the Fascistshad that the believer is Answers
1. Considerate in spiritual matters
butter, cheese, eggs, not disturbed, burdened people. At a time when been checked. 1. Profane. 6. 100-yard dash.
universal co-operation was a neces- The rebel columns (v.1) 2.
,not making any bad $10,000,000,000loans. Squat. 7. Stolid.
is Men
Sin in the world. even
sity it initiated a campaign of advancing on the' 3. Double-play. 8. Vassar.
abuse and vilificatioi of businessmen. Christian men, fall. Who is to help
capital from the 4. Boston. 9'. Chicago.
Now Holland is buying 13 heavy and
them? and how? Fellow sinners
At a time when the credit of south
were reportedto 5. Vain. 10. Swimming.
bombing planes in Baltimore, spiritual weaklings cannot help.
the 'country should have been be
spending $1,500,000 for the 13, and threatening Sanctimonious and "holier than .
it -
strengthened inaugurated a policy communications between -
spending other millions for criticize and
many of credit adulteration and cur- Madrid thou" folk will only
ana
other killing machinery. I Gen. Franco hinder. The spiritually strong must
experiment that demoralized
rency the eastern sea- 5 10 '
c, That, means work and wages in foreign trade and frightened do- coast at Valencia and Alicante, help the weak, doing it gently, not AND JARS

Baltimore; it'may mean poison gas mestic finance. It set up*a systemof chief sources of the government'sfood judging severely.But THE 10* SIZE CONTAINS 3'/2 (wHr-

.. and death for some of Holland's regimentation of industry that supplies. Indeed, it was an- not all the problems of the TIMES AS MUCH AS THE SC SIZE MoaeMOOLINE

neighbors. reduced production and prevented nounced by the insurgent radio station world are spiritual and the Chris-

ftB re-employment. By coercion of con- at Seville that the garrison at tians will be

Foreign countries read every- gress it forced the passage of reform Valencia had revolted and gone 2. Helpful in bearing the burdensof

thing said about them in America; measures so recklessly drawn over to the rebels. Leaders of the life (v. 2). .
that countries that they hamstrung the revival of The Christ spirit leads a man to
pot foreign care I insurgents claimed they held Huelva .
what Americans think, or attach enterprise and paralyzed the renewal important seaport, and all the bear his neighbor's burden.II. To-
Christian's Attitude Years in Forming
importance to American opinion, of investment. It installeda territory between Seville and the The
His Own Life ( 3-6). "Natural ability" is the resultof
ward
as such; but America has money, regimentation of agriculture that Portuguese border. The loyalists vy.
The true believer is characterized 6,000 on the road to civi-
raw products, and governmentsthat destroyed food and reduced foreign directed a strong attack on Sara- years
are sometimes whimsical, markets and increased the cost of gossa but advices from the front by lization.
1. Humility (v. 3)). The man whois
changeable and boyish. living and multiplied the expenseof reaching Perpignan, France, said in himself is alwaysa
Europe, Asia and Africa watch relief. their three columns were ambushedby wrapped up
; with equal interest statements of "At a time when private industrywas the rebels in a narrow canyon very small bundle. J. ,
4). CompareI
Americans that count and more struggling desperately for a and lost perhaps 2,000 killed. Gen- 2. Self-judgment (v.
God will one day
numerous Americans that float new start it set up governmental eral Caballero commanded the insurgents Cor. 3:10-15.
like leathers in the air. enterprise 'to compete with private in that action. judge our lives. We dp well to judge

business. At a time when the bur- Claude G. Bowers, American am- them now in the'light of eternity.

One simple minded Russian den of taxation was already hardto bassador to Spain, was cut of from 3. Self-reliance (v.another's 5)). The bur-one

pointed with pride to the statementof bear it embarked on a policy of communication with the summer who is quick to bear bear alotahs
ask others to
dens is slow to
a clergyman in our UnioL They squandering public funds and in- quarters of his embassy at San

=; ological seminary.That creasing the weight of taxes. At a Sebastian for several days, being his.
The
4. A sacrificial spirit (v. 6). TRADE MARK REG.
gentleman, Rev. Charles C. time when united effort and mutual himself at his summer residence in his teacher

Webber, has a plan for a better good-will would have completed Fuentarrabia, close to the French true disciple will with honor him not only
will share
government, not based on the text recovery it promoted sectional hat- border. He finally got in touch and but also the
1 about red and class strife. At time with the his material things, for. 11)o:.
rendering unto Caesar that a embassy and removed the finds in God's Word.
she I I
,
which is Caesar's. The big idea is when returning business confidencewas staff to his villa. good things "*V' '
III. An Eternal Law of Life and biliousness,,sour stomach,,
to take away what is Caesar's. ending depression it began a J
campaign to terrorize business and Conduct (vv.7-9). bilious indigestion, flatulence
: Eight hundred
people MEMBERS of the American
young -
TWO "Be not
law stated ( 7)
v.
The
1. and headache dueto
were told by Reverend Webber: subjugate the banks. At a time Olympic boxing squad for ,
mocked
deceived God is not :
"God, who is not content with when confidence in the character of failed to take warning from the ; soweth that shall constipation.

things as they are, is a revolutionary government was vital it established fate of Eleanor Holm Jarrett and he whatsoever also a "man We never questionthis lOc and 25c at dealersSkinSufferers

Being, constantly seeking to a spoils system. At a time broke training rules' soon after their law reap.in the realm of nature. We

\,y make all things new." when the economic system was arrival in Berlin. Roy Davis, man- expect no wheat when we sow wild
worn and emaciated it performed of the boxers
.t,' ager advised that
oats. But, fools that we are, we
: Rev. Webber, "recognizing this," major surgical operations upon the they be sent home, and the Amer- think God is less exacting, less true

: about God being a revolutionist, industrial body to see what was ican Olympic committee so or- 'his holiness and right-
to perfect find ready relief from itching of eczema -
has a plan to help God in his ef- inside. It adopted an economic dered. The two delinquents were eousness in the realm of the moral rashes and similar ills, in the
forts; a plan as simple as A, B, C. philosophy of scarcity and forced it Joe J. Church, featherweight, of and spiritual.' Let us awake beforeit ,

Capitalism, he says, must be abol- upon a hungry and distressed peo- Batavia, N. Y., and Howell King, is too late!

ished. Rev. Webber wants a ple. welterweight, of Detroit. Their 2. The law illustrated (v., 8)). The ResinolJEWELRY
planned and planning social economy "No one can define the New Dealor places on the team were filled by flesh stands for self, self-will, or
.r, in the United States. Under even describe it. But we know Theodore E.: Kara and Chester Ru- selfishness. The man who lives for

; the Charles C. Webber plan, people what it means. It means federal tecki, both of Chicago. himself and his own pleasures reaps

.;, ,,' would own and manage such control over local business, over "corruption" even in the present -. -- ...-- -- -' .-
';. things as industry and property; local bank credit, over local wages, EMPHASIS is placed on smaller world.

;i' no money would be spent for war, over local conditions of jvork. It projects to be completed 3. Its obedience rewarded (v. 9). CLASSIFIED, [DEPARTMENT,

L and youth would rule. leads to federal regimentation of speedily, in the third building pro- God is gracious. Well doing is not ,-.- ,-- ,
the labor, the business, and the gram of the public works admin- only its own reward, but in future

,', Those brought up with the old- home of every American citizen.It istration, which was opened by the prospect there is a reward at his

fashioned idea of God might ask leads to price-fixing and produc- allotment of $22,742,034 by Pres- hand for those who are not "wearyin
.10. Rev. tion control by federal It ident Roosevelt. It
Webber, respectfully: "If God authority. includes 352 well doing."
really is a revolutionary '.constantly leads inevitably to the extinctionof "'! projects in 37 states, and the larg- IV. A Summary and Conclusionv. '
::< seeking to make all things the small business man, to the est of these is a courthouse for the truthof Sensational Values In Diamonds-Beautiful .
new This
10)) gathers up
( .(0 ...
559 .
end of free enterprise America." cost Rings Lady's $79 60 sacrifice $20;
does in New York to the
why He not carry out His will city govern- the entire context, reminding us sacrifice J16.50; J39.SO sacrifice 1250. E.
a and 'make all things new' every Before the ceremonies started ment $4,835,000. The average allotment that "as we have opportunity" (and PIERCE 18 Pryor St., S. W.. Atlanta Ga.

b few minutes? Can it be that He there were four big parades, con- is only $64,323. sometimes it really knocks only

r needs the help of Rev. Webber? verging at the stadium; and elab- Secretary Ickes, PWA admin- once) we are to work that which

./.. Lenin and Stalin got along without orate musical programs were pro- istrator, said that, in addition to 45 it good" (and it may take effort and
that help." vided both inside and outside the per cent donation, PWA will lend sacrifice) "toward all men" (even

Also arises this question: With building. $2,142,000 to help communities defray if we don't like their nationality, or .

t. capitalism abolished, who would their 55 per cent share of the color, or creed, or lack of creed),
;- build the churches, the Union Theological THE WEEKLY crop report and cost. President Roosevelt has or- "and especially" (and now we come

a.it': seminaries, and 'pa salaries summary of the Department dered that all projects "be com- into he intimate family circle) "to-
'' to Rev. Webbers for reading' of Agriculture revealed menced by October 1, 1936, reach a ward them thai are of the householdof -
f the mind of the Divinity? that the drouth and high temperature peak by the end of the year and be faith." Good General Tonic
King Features Syndicate Ino. were playing havoc with the completed by October 1, 1937."
WNU Service. I USED Fpfe 6& YEARSr'
IT



;

f

,:. ,_ ', .-' _;.t"' ,j.o: : ,'_'___ I '\ ." '.:", ....<,<:' ..:,.;'.,.,."-" .. .'-., : 'n' "!......".'..,--.4-----'--_ _:. _", .... .\ -



_ .. ..--. .- ,'.'. ':>"'<' :r. :: ';P ';': 1 ;?l ': :'l "
$
{





.
-


THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936


: Words Tomorrow's Hero ---- I

!I Foreign Our GiftsTHE
Lovely Lively Port Bronze statues now commemo-
o. and Phrases
;\ rate who i
"", ....., ,_",,,,,,,,,,,"<> "...,,,."'.,,y .......... 'I. '!t .: ..... .. .,..... ..:... "." .... .t... .... ..... ...:..,::..'::.. .. cranks many in their day.were But with thought all
; ,:/ StV':.:. ::::. .;'. Ab ovo usque ad mala. (L.) your wit, can you spot today's secret of giving affec-

From the eggs to the apples; crank who will have a statue? is great and rare;
from 'the beginning to the end. Those who anticipate the worst, it requires address to do xit

Avanti. (It.) Come in. usually prepare for it, that's one well; otherwise we lose in-
Beaute du diat:'le. (F.) That good thing. stead of deriving benefit fromit.
1t&iLdr :
This man gives lavishly in
of doomedto
transient type beauty Religion of most people is a
a way that obliges no one; the
fade early with loss of the
if would
very good one they pay
manner of giving is worth more
glow of youth.
more attention to it.
Another
As it than the gift. man
Comme il faut. (F.)
nxv What Price Relief loses intentionally at a ,
should be; perfect; in good taste. game
Les affaires sont les affaires.F. Hurling a bad egg has never thus disguising his present;

( .) Business business.. settled an argument; but hasn't it another forgets a jewel, which
En plein jour. (F.) In broad been a great relief. would have been refused as a
gift. A generous booby seemsto
daylight. You must to
displaysof
expect see
be giving alms to his mis"
Facon de parlor. (F.) A manner' ignorance all the time. Don't
of speaking. tress when' he is making a
let them perturb you.
Genus irritabile vatum. (L.) present.-Corneille..
In these days, indeed, the king
The irritable of poets.
race
can do no wrong. He's lucky if he

is allowed to lay a corner stone. ,

Eye the Present Rules Over Phone
Untie Phil
Don't be so "forward looking"that Liechtenstein is the only in-

you ,fail to see what's. goingon dependent sovereign state whose

IIItA Sa : right now. king rules-over the telephone.

You can't tie a friend up to you from another country. King Fran-
y.<-'V------ "' if he is on marrying bent You cis not only reigns from his homein

II Portion of Algers (Algiers) Spacious Harbor. Watch Your MannersIs only get the jag ends of his Vienna but he pays all the

politeness decaying? Don't thoughts. taxes of his subjects. The coun-
1 Prepared by the National Geographic Society collared gentlemen in red fezzes
D. C.-WNU SerIce.MANY that. It will into try is also unique in that its citi-
Washington. permit develop
I play strange instruments a big When a father has a good son,
not subject to
zens are militaryservice.Collier'
visitors to North guitar, a large drum called a te sheer, brutality.If he knows what he should have
begin their explo- boul, a long one, the derbrouka, you care a great deal for a been when a boy. s Weekly.
G of the Dark Con- similar to an Indian tom-tom- a I man as he is, you may be able to
Some enter impres-
can a room
tinent at Alger (Algiers), ghaita, a sort of flageolet shaped reform him, but-be careful. Blind Justice
and not leaveit
of the have to become thor- sively; so many can Justice when equal scales she
and remember it as one like a 'doctor's stethoscopt, and People
loveliest ports in the world. Its perhaps a tambourine the while oughly exasperated before they that way. holds, is blind; nor cruelty, nor
dazzling white buildings climb a they sing in nasal tones. thoroughly punish crime. Much of one's youth is cloudedby mercy, change her mind; when

terraced hillside above an incredi- To the poor' native the cafe is a Keeping still seldom results in a perpetual nagging to break some escape for that which others

bly blue, crescent-shaped bay. Be- club, a hotel, a home. He bringshis worry later on. trifling bad habits. I die, mercy to those is cruelty.

hind the hills blossoms the narrow crust of bread his handful of
fertile plain of the Mitidja, above onions:-to 'eat there r ; he sleeps on
which tower the mighty snow-clad
its benches or on the pavement
Atlas mountains. against its wall; and once or twicea

Alger, the White City! Only a day he spends two cent. in it I

little over a. century ago it was the for a cup of coffee.
lair of cruel 'sea wolves, the blood- From the market place lead nar- 4' i o

thirsty Algerian pirates who cap- row streets and, as in such eastern

tured and enslaved Europeans and cities as Cairo, Tunis, Delhi, and
even Americans. ToCay it is a Canton, each is lined with shops \ \
beautiful modern French city with devoted to one trade. Down this \ \ 0

many Europeans among its thou- one are' the tailors. In the square

sands of inhabitants. holes devoid of counters, tables, or
is in constant touch chairs white-burnoosed beardedmen
Alger kept ,'; o
with France by submarine cables, resembling Biblical patriarchs pm

by regular postal and passenger air squat on the floor and sew

service, and by daily steamers to furiously. < ,:.

French ports. Railroads connect Workers in BrassIn w 0
: it with points in Morocco and Tu- I s'. 'f4' '
the next street brass workers
nisia. \\\
hammer at bright pots and tall 1''
..
Not only is Alger an important in- 1'R
water vessels, denting patterns
I:' French naval station, but it is the ; h '
to them with sharp-pointed instru- '
\ largest city in Algeria. From it ments struck with mallets. Tinsmiths '
is much of the country's ; .10 tO 0
shipped TT TTNOUSIIO
display piles of saucepansand D' D.
Its waterfront is lined ,
r --S& produce.with merchants' warehouses, the coffeepots.next crooked In the lane tiny cobblers shopsof l(

wharves piled high with merchan-
stitch rapidly at the native's easy TREIDLOROER
dise, and docks beside which lie
red-leather slippers, or work beautiful RO
large steamers. designs. with gold and silver MORE RUSRER u THE ROID FIRST GRADE QUALITY The new Firestone Standard

Alger's European section has threaded and spangles on dainty tY0 OTRI LITERS OF GUI. ) Tire is built of first grade materials, by skilled

well built streets along which shoes for women. OIFPEDCOROSUROERTHETRUD t workmen, and embodies the Firestone patented
: h electric trams and automobilesrush Here is break in the trades-union suu.DirreD cotD tOIT construction features.
past theatres, hotels and attractive 4.40.21
character of the Outside
; shops.
GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY
-Every cotton fibre in I
shops. Strolling along
f broad sidewalks sheltered by arcades watches this one the a movements small crowd of a eagerly youth stone every cord in every ply is soaked in liquid rubber. ":'
I TV re
This is the only known that internal friction and
and in cafes fronting palm- seated before a tiled stove runningup process prevents 'j i
shaded squares, one sees well- into a pointed chimney. A STANDARD heat, providing greater strength, blowout protection and longer life. \

I t dressed European men and modish small table stands beside him. Ina SIZE PRICE TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE TREAD-This

French girls as well as veiled dish he mixes a white batter, 4. 0.20. . $7.45 patented Firestone feature binds the whole tire into one unit of .:

I I\ women ing burnooses.and stately Arabs in flown rolling it, pulling and twisting it 4.50.21. .. 7.75 greater strength giving extra protection against punctures. :,

I with nimble fingers then dipping 47519. .. .. 8.20 ';
LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE-The scientifically designed non-skid :
The native quarter affords many it into oil and placing i'. in the new
5.00.19.. ... 0.60 tread is wider flatter and the road j
with rubber
I picturesque sights. At the corner stove. His hand dives in once or more tougher on ,,
of a market place is an Arab coffee twice to turn the morsel. 5.25.17. . 9.45 giving long even wear, and thousands of extra miles. 'J

t house. Outside, .squattin on the Then with tongs he draws out a 5.25.18. ... 9.75 THE FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE-Every Firestone Standard :j

I pavement or seated on benches crisp, golden puff, places it on a 5.50.17 .... 10.70 Tire bears the Firestone name, your guarantee of greater safety, .
against the wall, are Arabs, Ka- small square of newspaper, thrustsit 5.50.19. .. 11.0 dependability and economy. ,1 1
; byles, Negroes, men of all classes into an eager, outstretched palm 6.00.17 H.D. 14.30 -
LOW PRICES These low made volume
r prices are possible by "
i and ages-merchants, small shopkeepers and receives a coin. ,The buyer 6.00.20 H.D. 15.55
in the world's efficient factories. See
clerks, laborers-convers- production most your nearby '
turns away, contentedly munchingthe 6.50.19H.D. 17.45 :
f ing volubly, playing cards, dominoes succulent titbit. Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store or Firestone Dealer and '
Other Sizes Plcf4 ropoUanl,11 low
draughts or merely sitting- Dazzling White Mosques" equip your car at these low prices. I t
f t.\) .sitting idly, vacantly, unconscious
of those around them. No man Dazzling white in the brilliant FO.R TRUCKS AND BUSES J
t fc on earth-Neopolitan lazzarone, sunshine, the walls .y a mosque ftrestonc
0'1 Hindu ascetic, or Buddhist priest.seeking almost blind one by their glare. FIRST GRADE MATERIALS AND EXPERT SENTINEL .''t I
is But enter. You pass into dark, WORKMANSHIP-The Firestone Standard. I
ofI
Nirvana
capable
,
value In its
__ detachment from the cool shadows, into a silent interior, TruckTire gives long mileage-blowout An outstanding 0 (
such utter
{ price class-backed by the .1
I bare and restful. Through the past protection-dependable service. ,
, world as the ordinary Arab. t Firestone name and "
I centuries bearded Moslems with I GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY-Gum- guarantee. :Made in sizes for '
i: They Love Coffee the blood of the unbelievers red on 1 / Dipping prevents internal friction and passenger cars and truck ;;
A few of those gathered in frontof their hands have gathered here to / '/ heat,giving greater blowout protection. '.

the cafe hold tiny cups of coffee bow down toward Mecca and beg TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED ,"
: in their hands, taste it, drink it Allah's aid in fresh crimes. Yet 16' CORDS UNDER THE TREAD-Binds the

1- slowly, savoring every precious they thought them meritorious tread and cord body into one inseparable '1
l drop of the pennyworth of fragrant deeds, by the truth of the Most unit.. Specially compounded rubber in $5- .'
L dark fluid. Inside, at the tiled, High! And every Friday the 6.00.20 two outer plies from bead to bead rivet ;. '
waist-high fireplace, the cook dips I faithful come here still, and who / IIII/1 /. aw "". ,.. sidewalls securely to cord body. 4.40.2, ': :

f .a small, long-handled measure into shall say that none of them mutter TWIN BEADS WITH CORD REINFORCE '
i the steaming copper pot resting on curses in their beards upon the 'f'Orestone In larger sizes twin beads are used to SIZE PRICE ..j
\' a handful of red embers and fills Christian dogs that rule them? STANDARD give tire firm seat on rim. The beads .SO'21..0.19......I des '.
r the cups for the bare-armed at- The crowding houses of the city fOR TRUCKS AND BUSES are tied into the cord body by the 5.00.19.::::: ::es .
] : tendant to take to customers seated end. Across the road is a carped SIZE PRICE special Firestone method of cord S.2S.1B...... '7." ..3)

-on benches or huddled on mats in hillside, with grass, gardens, and 0,0x20. .... ,.. ZI.95 reinforcement. FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES '. ;3Z9.10

: the interior of the establishment.The trees. In a small open space native 7.00,20........ FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE 6.00-20 ".io ,
I Assures truck and bus owners greater 305 lL H.D.I, n.n .
walls are scrawled with barbers shave the scalps of 1.5x20. .. ..... 35.20 32s6 lL 31.70 }
crude drawings of beside their safety, dependability and economy. : .
mosque: palm clients or squat chairs '
30x5. . 1.30 thaSlmProala.etNyLe. <
.
trees, tigers and elephants-these waiting for trade, while their tools TO SEE IT-IS TO BUY IT-Drive in :..."'1
Olhn Sim Pikid Proporfconilel Low
; \ .last by an artist who had evidentlynever razors, scissors, clippers, mir- today-See the extra values. '
seen either animal or rors are laid out ready on the firestone :
chromes of French presidents and ground. COURIER .

r t European royalties. This open-air toilet saloon is a + 4 UGS BATTERIES o BRAKF ll NINA SEAtCOVERS A good tire for owners of '

A gray-haired, wild-looking man strange sight for the tourist, but g4a Greater.mrtin COwen. b 5.oartr ,QO CoOand, small cars giving new tire .

.' .#,..\ in rags, hung round with the skins does not gain a look from the pas- l ottdet0r. aget Longertie. WOteon. OEia dry COUPES YU/ S.do, safety at low cost. k
) of small animals strums in the electric trams 0 vtire' wr {
,J a one- sengers pass- EpCN r6 a. = '
I stringed guitar made from the shellof ing within a few yards of it. f g 69

a tortoise. He enters the cafe Suddenly one comes upon tombs rSaR
: .and, half shambling, half dancing, and the ground falls sharply away. Etthanp 4 LOr Eslre TOSU'r :

j holding out a hand for money, wanders The eye ranges over the deep val-
among the customers. As he ley of Bab-el-Oued, with its gardensand 4.40.2DIOS

moves he sings in a high-pitched, houses, to the bright-reu scars 98c 694: TWIN taP2+ ,
nasal voice, and the contrast be- of quarries and cliffs in the green 0445,rr Dee richs 6- sey=gG,}.. ./ SIZE PRICE 'jof.5Gl1.
; tween the eastern love sol.g and hillside opposite, crowned with the d 1vt; l tone.Belay.w .n A eCuPea,. .1 l ......I ut: : !
its singer is striking.In domes of the famous church of ;,' !+ ,. 11is ..7S.19...... 1.92 ycKkat
ur;
better establishments, situated Notre Dame d'Afriquc. It faces dam) t J0z3H CL... IJ3
nearer the French quarter and pat- across the Mediterranean to'its sister -

ronized by well-to-do Arabs, one Notre Dame de la Garde, on
often finds a superior. orchestra. the height above the harbor of Listen to the Voice of Firestone, Monday Evenings, over N. B. C.-WEAF Network
Three or four black-coated, white- Marseille.

.
.... i

: ..



\ ;:: f)0 r : ? ; '7': :,r.r::: r -;':- .. or- .. '<-r'-'C



i
I


.'
r
-


THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 103G
'
PAGE FOUR .

,-
---- -

doming Doyle E. Carlton for United. ery storm story last week and they I to the great Hall of Progress and 1 ations. And even the orgy of reck-
Clewiston News -
The States Senator we might be inclined all came from the Associated Press i here the latest in modern invention less spending that we have been experiencing ,

to feel worse at being mistakenin and the United Press, with Miami, for the welfare, comfort and help- has not turned. them from i i

our ideas of how the race would Tampa, Jacksonville and Pensacola fulness of mankind is shown: Re- t
,Published every Friday in, Clewiston, Telephone their path in this respect. Some are ..- I
turn out Tuesday. We liked Mr. datelines. Written by Floridians, in frigeration, Air Conditioning, -
rioiida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, pensioners, having served their timein
: Carlton; we liked his policies and Florida, for the publishers of the all manner of Electrical Ap-
Inc. we believed sincerely that he would nation. (AP) wire-photo pictures pliances, the latest In Chemical .Science industry, and these!: are free to

make the best representative South featured in Cleveland papers showed and other Interesting exhibits. make their home wherever they

Florida could send -to Washington.With Miami merchants boarding up Then!,! you reach the Federal build-I (Continued on Page 8)

Keathley Bowdcn, Editor only a few exceptions the other their store 'fronts, Miami yachtmen ing where: U. S. Government exhibits I

Florida newspapers felt the same rushing their boats up the river to acquaint you with the work your

way about it. Consequently it wasa safety, wind-blown palms and dash- government Is doing In its various'f

Entered as second class mail mat- great surprise when the returns ing 'waves on the waterfront. News
departments. As leave this Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post showed that the majority of Florida stories not only heralded the comingof you groupof

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under voters who could spare a few min- another tropical,storm' but went buildings you encounter another'

the Act of March 3, 1897. utes of their valuable time to vote, back to last year' and pointed out the lovely park and before you stands

favored the Orlando candidate, terrible loss of life and stated that the Firestone building, on the I Lake Harbor Phone Xo. 1

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Judge C. O. Andrews. this new storm was heading directly the IHgby Tower and to the right\ .

application. Many causes have been advancedas for the same spot. the Florida, Exhibit.
Advertising rates on '
to why the primary resulted in Remember, these papers pay good''I I. Your entire journey so far. has 1 I'

Mr. Andrews' nomination but these money for NEWS, and when it I been through the rugged, mechanical '

Devoted to the advancement and post-mortems do no one very much comes- to them hot off the wires with I displays of great industries. Spin I Liberty Point Fishing

welfare of Clewiston and HenJry good. It is one's prerogative to vote pictures to back it up, naturally ning wheels, Whirring motors,

County. for, and support the candidate he they are going to feature it. And groaning cranes and creaking ,machinery Camp

d thinks the most capable and appar- you can't altogether blame the boys have sung a constant song Excellent
Black
ently the majority of Floridians, who send it either. They are news- of soulless force and power. Bass Fishhtg'DOATS

The Astor case is closed and mil- really interested in the election of hawks, not Chamber of Commerce, I Industry and labor, money and TO RENT .

lions of newspaper readers will re- Senator, wished Mr.: Andrews toha'Ve Secretaries. They are paid to get the i work: big business, energy, endless, Artificial Bait For Sale

joice. the job. He is our next Senator NEWS and pictures. Maybe the tireless
: energy, speed, struggle.- Follow Signs from Liberty Point
and we are fair-minded enough to storm blows over and nothing happens -I And so you have seen the WORKHOUSE : comer on old Clc1ston"Ronll..

There's a new goofy game called, acknowledge defeat and hope that I ', but when it's coming, .remem-J of MEN, man-made, hard J. L. TINDALE, :Manager.ni .

"Knock, knock" and an exchange Judge Andrews will make us as ber it's NEWS, and panic stricken and rugged.

thinks the champion is Father good a Senator as we ever had. I citizens boarding, up' windows and But the millions who toil and

Coughlin. '\ Mr. Andrews has served in var- running for cover make swell pic-
slave day In and day out in the I'
ious public offices and is not a tures from a news photographer'spoint
I
mines and at furnaces and foundry
Zioncheck had a man '' for seeinghis stranger to the art of politics. We I of view. If the news-hawk: amid these giant machines. are human -I r

name .in the papers Tmt he never had the privelege of talking to him doesn't write the story or the pho= beings with souls' that crave

got to see .the biggest deadlines In less than a week ago for some time tographer doesn't get the picture,
the light and freedom and joy of FLORIDA
which. it appeared. i and were, impressed by his optimistic they lose their jobs and,a "live wire"Is living that Nature and Nature's God i 8
outlook on the results of the pri- assigned to tho territory.So I
intended that they should have., As
W. P. Anderson of T ..mpa is aW. mary in the face of what seemed
don't be too harsh In your the man of" the forest and woodland,"
informed then to be certain defeat. He said
P. A. engineer we are "
condemnation of northern papers the fields and hills, marvels at the
from press reports. W. P. A. of the at that time that one of the thingsfor 1
that publish stories of Florida wonder of modern Industry, ,even so'
",.p A. which he will work hard will be ati I''
storms.I don't enjoy reading does the man of Industry marvel
the raising of the tariff on farm pro-
them any more than, you do, but remember the works of nature. To him the W
Those forest fires in Minnesotaare ducts and sugar imported from
I they're NEWS, and we; can tiny' flower, the waving blades of WiiH
beginning to take on the propor- neighboring islands!' in competitionto gjJ
at least be thankful that we live in grass, the climbing shrub, are just!i
tiions of a grass and muck, fire in the products raised in Florida.i
a country where NEWS i is NEWS in as entrancing. Like a child with a !
the Everglades.We This one thing, if he can put it ovjer, '
spite of hell and high water and our new toy, he gurgles, over a shiny sea!
will make him much admired by his
papers still PRINT IT. shell.. A rough bit of sponge from I! !!
looked a long t'rne throughour constituents in this section. He is I
And while we are on the subject the depth of the Gulf facinates him. IIbJ
exchanges this wecc to find a only fifty-nine years old (we judged ( !lrtjl
in the And as the industrial-minded popu-
of newspapers, glancing ver
newspaper supporting Andrews for him several years older) and has
last issue of the Florida Grower I I lace of this region journeys from It4I saStop
Senator. We found just one. Doesn'tseem several years of service left if he can
Tree- study, mechanical exhibits into the
advertisement ?
ran across an
possible that so many would make good in the eyes of the voters.
Gold Cooperative in which the pressof tropical bower that is the Florida
guess wrong but suppose we can say However, we hope that he will not
Florida Is praissd for its unity Garden, they are spellbound, en-
that it wax an unusual election. spend too much time attending to
the wishes of the Townsend clubs and cooperation In support of the thralled; orange and other ,citrus

program which has resulted in the trees, in full bloom and heavy with
Carl Hanton in the Fort Myers and devote more time to the thingsof
stabilization of the citrus industry.Too fruit, stun them. Palms wave grace-
News-Press says that instead of the real importance to our state.
often liberal contribution of the ful, leaves above their heads as
nomination of Judge Andrews ba.-
press In movements is little appreciated make their way up the path that at the
decisive vote Tuesday, it was done '
by the Townsendites, the canalites .rrrrrrrrrfl..i ...11.1111.111II..11Too and goes unrecognized. I' leads to Florida Manor-to

and' don't know who wrote the ad, but is a veritable Fairyland-a land of Jiotelpatdckr:
the political termites, here and I
there over the state. Late To Classify it sounds a lot like Frank Hammett. makebelieve, a Garden of Eden- .

,Anyhow, here's one newspapermanwho nothing less. The delightful scent of "

The reduction in federal taxation noticed it, and on behalf of the orange blossoms reaches their nostrils -I 312 S. 13: SECOND AVENUE .
'By cifasxll Kay
as they enter the building and I
that Secretary Morganthau believes press of Florida I'm saying "Thanks, l '
Tree-Gold for flowers the living colorful animated 'diaoramas charm '
to -
possible is going to be hard for the IHBBBBBBflnBBflBHHBnBBBBnBBHICleveland. All Outside BoomsVith
." them with the realistic scenes from
Republican candidate to explain Private Bath
.-A pet peeve with a another world-a ,world about which
away during the coming campaign '
when all their campaign is based on lot of folks and some newspapermen Lakes ExpositionContinued they have always dreamed but for COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
in Florida is headlines that appear the most part havQ: nev'er seen; a
"rising taxation.
in northern papers wheneverour -or---' land of open country, great forests, I Overlooking Biscayne Bay

state is visited by any kind ofa ( from pag-e.l }I picturesque rivers and springs?
BEHIND THE ZIOXCHECK DRAMA
storm. ing parkway lead one ,to the Sher-!white sand beaches and rolling surf, Two, blocks to Shops, Theatre and

Many American newspapers even I used to feel the same way and win-Williams Plaza where each afternoon -i Ii lakes: groves, fields of truck crops,_ Business Section.\

those which would never think of I'd froth at the mouth and tear my and evening orchestra and I I corn, cotton and cane, of cities and ,

letting large revenues from liquor hair every time some friend in the band concerts are held. To the right, hamlets that bask in the warm sun- ,RATES

advertising influence their news north would send me a paper witha as you advance on the upper level, shine when the world they know is

accuracy, are often less than com- scarehead reading "Florida Lash- you find the beautiful Ohio Building blanketed with ice and snow. Eagerly 1.50 Single I

pletely explicit in their reports of ed by Terrific Hurricane" or "Sun maintained by the state; to the these nature-starved souls ask

events in which drink plays a pri- shine State Cowers as Storm Ap- left, beautiful 'home exhibits show I for information; the desire to 'see $2.50 Double

,mary role. Murders are reported proaches," and I'd recall all the modern trends in the architectureand I Florida itself wells up in their

without mentioning the ultimate earthquakes and cyclones and _other I home furnishings. Reaching the" hearts. A home in Florida becomes Special Family, Weekly &

criminal; -the intoxicant which the calamities that are continually" happening end of the upper level, you lookdown : their obsession. Many ,of these people Monthly Rates'

courts themselves; have often held throughout the land, and' on a scene of charm and vivid have substantial savings; they : I

mainly responsible. Otherwise inex- : are a hard working, thrifty lot; they S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
wonder why they had to set up such color that will linger in your mem-I

plicable motorcar smashes are des a howl every time the tiniest storm :. ory for a long, long time, for from look to .the future and prepare for i iI I

cribed in detail and then at the enda came our way. : this vantage point you overlook it for it is bred in them for gener- I!i

note sometimes appears, like an But you know when you are up I practically the whole of this great I

afterthought-"Blank, the driver, here at'a exposition, festive galaxy of flags,
and
I
read the local

z had been drinking." And sometimes time like that, you get an papers entirely flowers, gay crowds, colorful mod- ': .........................'..................................'......:..........................................................................................'......................II

the real explanation is not given at different perspective. ernistic buildings and artistic land-: --_ .
--
Ninety per- --' -- --"
all. : r
cent, of this adverse storm publicitywe scaping. Looming up, to the left, is ': Xj'
Now thp press 'reports the suicide fall heir the gigantic Cleveland Stadium, a I I Ij.I .
to is
ct Con'gressman check every year our own ;'
Zion and recounts permanent structure but at present
blamed fault. We bring it on, our-, y
his career at length withoutone part of the exposition. Immediatelybelow
selves. .In fact we gQ out of our way
word about two of the chief reasons I' stretches the Bridge of
to get it.Now you t CLEWISTON 60LF
for, escapades which have given I Presidents leading straight into J ..
according to all authentic
the
newspapers sensational storiesfor I Lake Erie, which glistens before
reports from home, the recent stormwasn't
several months. These accounts you in the sunlight. Long easy ramps
fair to a very serious affair. Whileit j jx
mention ,that excessive drinking
I and comfortable stairways lead
did J COURSE
and the prompting of reporters Florida some damage In northwest, down to the lower level where you
there
were more lives lost
seeking new antics to retail in print enter the huge building housing rugged -
were major right here in Cleveland the sameday !' !
causes of this young exhibits that tell of the fascin- .
: man's troubles. when a boat capsized in Lake i c ';.. ':
Erie and several ating story of coal, iron and steel. .;. "" :::
Excuse may be made for this lack people were Here is amidst '.' "" .-.dI:!
a man a pigmy gigantic -
of completeness on the ed when an unexpected. drown-I i +
ground that mechanical Frankensteins of ..
f L '. a man's susceptibility to alcohol up. modern industry. Force and power : I .;-

'" need not be paraded. But the effect Maybe Florida papers featured are dominant themes in this exhibit. :i: I

is to leave a worse impression-to that story. I haven't had a chanceto You pass through typical mine tun- : = .;-

encourage the suppositi that ec- check them yet to see, but I DO nels, past great blast furnaces, to y : i

: centricity and exhibit!*,nism were know that Cleveland and Chicago learn the romance of iron and steel. i

t, simply insanity. Time magazine was papers carried plenty about the At times it seems that must to the Public
you
Open
r less cruel Florida hurricanes II IIIf
when with
it used the term headlines I surely be In that ghastly inferno so II j
"dispomaniac." you couldn't miss and
lot
L lisher was And Editor and Pub- tures. a of pic- vividly portrayed by Dante, the only I
more truthful '
when it .
t I thing lacking being the cloven hoofs
: disclosed that many of the Zion- Why? Because the publishers of and tails for the half-naked work- iI

r-: check antics were stage-managed by these papers like to give Florida a}! men straining and perspiring at .

,t':,. reporters in search of a' story. black eye? No! These editors are ,: their task. The sizzling, whitehot I I ,. I .:.

;:: The purpose here is not to glorify friendly to Florida. They have proven -! molten metal might well be from ; -e 5"I -I .:.

'r.-' or exploit this pitiful career, but to It by giving us many columns fire pits in the infernal region. J I, *; I V

, help, keep the record straight and praising the Florida Exhibit here i the i I IX; I ':;
! to Out of this and into sunlight
encourage newspaper readers to at the Great Lakes Exposition as II I" I
again make between
you your headway -
demand
r that accuracy and completeness well as feature stories about our Green, Fees ::
,1 --even where liquor and news- own Katherine Rawls of Ft. Laud-1 beds of flowers and gaily decorated -I ::: \% Moderate I .
If'

:,:,: erican men are press involved-which has led the Am- erdale and other favorable publicity.1:IWhy tomotive pillars building and, arches where: to you the AU-I I I": I Exceptional Fairways I ::1:

the.
public
to ex then, you ask, do they always the myriad uses to which the steel I Iii
:
4 r })ect. -Christian Science Monitor. feature Florida storms on you saw in process of 1anuracture/t':: interesting Greens 1'1' :::

their front pages? The answer is is put. From tiny thin ..I I.z.v I.z.
}<' THE XE\V SENATOR I i ;
simply FLORIDA is NEWS.Theydon't armor plate, every conceivable form I ..I i I. \
.
make up these storm stories. of use, it seems, is shown. Steel's! ===--a
Were it : ___ ,;...----------- -- ;.s.--: -'
not that
'
we as a newspaper Every line of them
COMES OUT OF place in the automotive industry is v r
vv. 1III
had 'plenty of company in en FLORID carefully checked ev vividly portrayed You journey on r: ? 9. v vv






.
... .jL.i.;; .



__ '--' TY",: : ':-: ;:- :'1i ;" -;;':" '- 'IF .




,
I 0I
!I II
I


I i fli fl FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGW FIVE

I .


:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..: ..:'f Mrs. A. H. King and baby son. a bridge party Wednesday afternoon I water and Mrs. T. Perman Culbreathof the drouth area into other regions, %

t.' I Arthur Wayne and Elizabeth Winn I honoring Mrs. Virginia Mosely, of i West Palm Beach, were honored and that because they are industrious ..I

\ i. :;: Personal I Mention :::: returned Wednesday from Lake Clearwater, who is visiting Jeer brother -i Thursday afternoon with a bridge good citizens, Florida should

t 0" '!! !Worth where the baby was born. F. I. Hill. I party given by Mrs. G. E. Smith. give them an opportunity to make ,.

':":":":":":--0. . :":":":":":":":":":":":"':":":' --- High score prize was awarded to i iIrs. Handkerchiefs were given to the good "on the finest soil known to :

Tom Stevens, of Orlando, was a I Mr..and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg of :\ M. M. Prewitt; second high lo I guests and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer agricultural authorities." ,:

business visitor here Monday. Buffalo, N. Y., arrived Saturday fora Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and low to Mrs. was presented with a vase as high The plan also includes provision "

visit with ther son, R. C. Rosen- H. J. B. Scharnberg. All received.I score, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn a guest of transportation to Florida by the :

t fishing berg and Mrs. Rosenberg. boxes of stationery. Mrs. Mosley and towel as second high and Mrs. F. I. government for those families so unfortunate .j:
H. O. Peters enjoyed a Mrs. T. P. Culbreath, another visi- j
-- Hill a toilet set as third high. as to be made destitute ,
trip on the West Coast Sunday. (
\ Mrs. Virginia Mosely of Clearwater tor were given handkerchiefs. Sandwiches, cookies and orangeade by natural conditions. Mr. Cone ex- ,J

is visiting her brother, F. I. Hill. I Charlotte russe, iced coffee and I were served to: Mrs. H. J. B. pressed the conviction that Florida '

Mrs. Grover Poole of Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. Hill met her in Fort I j tea were served to: Mrs. M. M. ,prew- Scharnberg, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.: would gladly arrange to do its part 1,tin

visitor here Wednesday. itt, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. J.
was a making possible a start for
new .
Sunday. A.
Myers : H. Bestor, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt,
I B. Scharnberg, Mrs. G. E. Smith, .
-- these unfortunates and that, vith '
-- E. L. Stewart, Mrs. E. C. Mips, Mrs.
Mrs A.. L. Morgan left Tuesdayto Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. .
such a start soil of j
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith, 1 Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. F. .I. on Capable producing -
spend a few days in Fort Myers. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. M. Redel- .
Mrs Z. G. Meredith and Mrs J. F. Hill, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. H. T. almost anything, they could ;
I sheimer. Mrs T. Perman Culbreath, I Mrs. soon be placed back on the level of <
Tippey: were West Palm Beach vis- Vaughn, Mosely and Mrs. Cul- .I
Mr. and Mrs M. W. Bigg were Mrs\ R. V. Allison and Mrs. Mosley.
agricultural which
Saturday. itors Saturday. breath. Mrs. C. L. Moran was a tea prosperity once
visitors ): '
West Palm Beach guest. I was theirs. ;
---
'MRS. MOSELY ENTERTAINED i "We have millions of of idle ;
acres
sp'entI Mrs. Floyd M. Sathre and her mo-
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley -
WITH BRIDGE TUESDAY CLEWISTON BOYS PLAY BALLFOR lands in Florida," said Mr. Cone, ;
left last I .
Sunday in Fort Myers. ther, Mrs. J. E. Benson, '
I, : IMMOKALEE SUNDAY "and I see no reason why these unfortunate -
!I Thursday on a vacation trip to. Miami -I
I I, Belle Beach. I Mrs. F., I. Hill entertained with' people should not be ad-
of '
Mrs. O. W. McDonald,
Wednes a bridge party Tuesday afternoon Ed Clark and Ed Ward, of Clew- vised of our resources. ;
Glade visited friends here
honoring Mrs. Virginia Mosely, of iston and Dick and Bill Hooks, of
Mrs. Elmer Krantz, Mrs. A. Hast-
day. Clearwater.A LaBelle, were in .the line-up for Im- WORKMEN'S C01PENSATIONINSURANCE
ings, Richard Yoder and Virgil ;
e serving dish was presented to mokalee Sunday when they played RATE HEARING
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen spent Hastings Moore Haven were vis- : 1
Mrs E. L. Stewart as high score Naples in a game in'the Tamiami
Saturday afternoon (in West Palm itors here Tuesday afternoon.
prize; a cake tray to Mrs. J. W. I Trail League, Naples winningthe Tallahassee, Aug. 13FNS).-
Beach.
Ezelle as second high score prize close contest by a score of 8-7. W. V. Knott, State Treasurer and
Mrs. H. 0. Peters, Mrs. R. N.
and a box of bath powder to Mrs. R. The batteries for Immokalee were: Insurance Commissioner, today sent
Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. V. A. Al- Smith, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. J.W. I
V. Allison who held low score. Mis. Keene and Clarke; for Naples, Ellis letters to all chamber of commerce
len and Miss LaDeen Peters wereI Ezelle and Mrs. F. H. Moltz were '
Mosely and another guest, Mrs. T. and Wilson. and local insurance boards in Flor-
i visitors In LaBelle Tuesday. visitors in West Palm Beach Mon
P. Culbreath, received boxes of sta 1 ida asking them to call attention to

I I G Mrs. H. O. -Peters-, Mrs. F. H. day. tionery. Milk Control Board- a hearing to be held Saturday, .August -

Fruit salad, sandwiches and grape 15, at 11 o'clock a. m. in the
Moltz, Peggy Lawler and LaDeen 1G.. Langford, of Lake Butler, '
juice were served by the hostess to senate chamber, on proposed revis-
Point.
Peters spent Sunday in Canal arrived Monday\ to spend a few days
Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. E. L. Stew- (Continued from Page One) ion of rates of workmen's compensation -

here visiting friends. He is the art, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. G. E. handicapped by a shortage of funds. insurance to be charged by insurance -
Mrs. J. F. McLure and Mrs. Walter guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law-'I
However, the legitimate dairymen of
of Canal Smith, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, companies and associationsin
Jenkins and son, Jimmy, rence.
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. M. Red-, the state are expected to organize this state.
Point were visitors here Thursday. against this growing menace to their
elsheimer, Mrs. T. P. Culbreath
Knott asked that the organiza-
--- Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Scott and
Mrs, R. V. Allison, Mrs. H. A. Bes- I business.
tions their members and oth-
Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J. A. daughter, Irene, and Mr. and Mrs.T. notify
tor, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. ,
West I ers affected in the community of the
McGehee spent Wednesday in W. Weeks, of Moore Haven, at-
Palm Beach. tended a show here Sunday evening Mosely. New Lock Devicesr importance of this meeting. It will

be the final hearing on rates as a

Mrs. E. J. Rogero is in Baton MRS. PAFFORD ENTERTAINS preliminary was held recently in
I r (Continued From Page One) -
I
WEDNESDAY .
Rouge, Louisiana. visiting her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J.< E. Johnson attended BRIDGE CLUB Jacksonville.J.
Clewiston large tin containers have
.' the funeral of Mr. Johnson's i I
been stored with complete provisions -
-----
sister, Mrs. Bell Ray, Who died Saturday ', Mrs. t M. Pafford entertainedher

Mrs C. L. Moran, of Milledgeville, afternoon at her home in San-, bridge club Wednesday" after-II I at and the supplies gates in for case emergency of storm.vigils M. COUSE -

Ga., is visiting her son, J. WI. Mo- ford. Funeral services were hafd at noon at her home on the govern-
Canned foods, matches, a small ker- Counselor and Attorney at Law
ran. that place Monday afternoon. ment reservation. The members and
osene stove, .rope, life preservers,
_- ... guests also brought gifts as a shower I Hopkins Building
etc., are ready to be distributed. to
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg returned .Doss Tabb -is leaving Saturday for for Mrs.. C. W. McDonald of I "Wednesdajs and Saturdays.
.! each gate if and when a storm is .
home Monday' from a visit of two his home in Pahokee after workingin Belle Glade. reported. 9:30 to 4:00 '

months in New York and Boston. Alston's store for the past two An ice tub and tongs was presented ,

weeks. 'He expects to leave soon for to Mrs. M. R.. Lawler as high "GOV." CONE ANNOUNCES PLAN
Capt. K. F.' Hertford, of Jackson-
Knoxville, Tenn., where he will at- score prize; a picture to Mrs. A. A. NORGE REFRIGERATORS
ville, was a business visitor here the
, tend University of Tennessee duringthe Munroe who held low score and a Lake City, Aug. 13 '(FNS).-An
first of the week. Furniture and Home Furnishings
coming term. manicure set went to Mrs. T. B. invitation to utilize Florida's idle
-- RADIOS
Shelley for cut prize. lands as their' future homesite will PHILCO
is spending his vacation >- I '
Coburn Moore
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack left Those present were Mrs. M. 'R. be issued through President Roosevelt Household FurnishingsInc.
in Thomasville, Ga., with rel-
Sunday to spend two 'weeks vaca- Lawler, MrsR.. N. Smith, Mrs. H. and other federal authoritiesto -

@ atives. tion in western North Carolina. E. O. Peters, 'Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs.J. thousands of families marooned .

--- and 0. Roberts, of Plant City, is actingas W. Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. in the 'drouth-'Stricken area, accord- BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright
druggist at the Lake Drug Store W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Groover Poole, ing to a plan announced recently by
son, Francis, and daughter, Nancy
in Palm Beach. 1 1I during Dr. Niblack's absence. of Canal Point, Mrs. T. .B. Shelley, Fred P. Cone, Democratic guberna-
spent Sunday
Mrs. C. W. McDonald, of Belle Glade, torial nominee.: L. .B. MershonAGENT

I Mrs. W. W. Liddell arrived Sun- Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. C. E. Mr. Cone pointed out that peopleof .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and
I day to make her home in Clewiston Nail. the drouth area can accumulate
children left Sunday to spend their I
while her husband is working on the something in Florida agriculturallands
I two week's vacation at Miami Beach.
Caloosahatchee project for the U. MRS. SMITH GIVES BRIDGE that will not be destroyed as New York Life i

of S. Engineers. She is staying for the FOR CLEWISTON VISITORS have their present homes., He cited
Point is
John Poole Canal Insurance CompanyARCADIA
present at the Clewiston Inn. reports that thousands of settlersare
spending a few days this week here
with Sherwood Hall.. -,- Mrs. Virginia Mosely, of Clear- already voluntarily moving from FLORIDA

Carl Johnson left last week for

I Slayton, Minn., where he will spend
I Miss Mary Moore and Ed Markette
his vacation. While there he will
visited Misses Helen Pepper and Ha-
, serve as groom's attendant at the
II
zel Hodge in Fort Myers Friday.
marriage of Keith Hartsfield, who

I formerly worked here for the U. S.
Miss Mary Moore and Ed Markette

visited Miss Dorothy Haddock in Miami Engineers. SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
----
one day recently..
.. Miss Beth Nail, who has been visiting -
--
T. M. Coburn spending his va- her father, W. F. Nail in Moore .

cation with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haven for several days, returned to i H t 7 t

Moore in Newberry, Flav Clewiston today and will visit her

brother, Walker Nail and' Mrs. Nail '; '::" :- .:. -.A .' Record of Dividends of
.
M. E. VonMach and children, Ed- until she returns to her home in -;:,;< '.' ,l J..'_ ) ',' x' :
: Association
'f-: Clewiston Home' Building
ward, Margaret and Corrine were Tampa in two weeks to enter busi- .. .
.
,
..
i visitors in Palm Beach Sunday. ness school. : "" :
:: .
...1 :i y .
; ;: ::,.a RATE RATE
/ .
J Misses Fiances and Margaret Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias left Monday '' r". ..
: :
c : : YEAH'I> YEAR PERCENT ,
!:J Morgan spent Sunday in Palm on a month's vacation trip., They] > "" : r.

Beach. were joined in Punta (3orda by his I .__ : :;'j'::: i 1 1928 5.5 : 1 1933 6 I Ii'
I i two sisters and the party will spend

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller visit- two weeks attending the Great : !iJ'; 1 1929 7 1 1934 6 .'

ed relatives in Tampa Saturday and Lakes Exposition in Cleveland. They J .::.: .- _..... .: ;:: ; 1930 4 r : 1935 6 "

Sunday. will visit F flls before \ .
I Niagara re : \ -1'J
... .. .' ., .
'; 4. \, 1931 .4'- 1936 6"-
1- : >"
turning to Florida to spend the last ; '
.
i! i I. '"" .'. ,;.. '
: _
:
:Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Bolton and 1 two weeks on their vacation at Miami :I } < 1'932" 6--j. :. :' -t

Mrs. J. C. Tabb of Pahokee were Beach.CATHOLIC. .." 'f :'

visitors here _Sunday._ I CLUB HELDREGULAR .- \; -:.' f.; ;\-,,, : :;:, ':t ;, ; : i- -

: ,
Troy Puryear returned Thursday I MEETING .,
.
fiom a visit of several weeks at his I CALL BY THE HOMEI"

.
former home, Dalton, Ga. The Catholic, Men's Club held its ,
i BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
regular semi-monthly meeting at the

Wm. A. Powe, of Havana, Cuba, rectory Monday, August 10, with : Invest your savings for safety'and a good THING TOMORROW AND

arrived Monday to spend a few days Sidney Hoover as host. The meet- x
Home has :
return. Building paid
never_ ,
here on business. ing was well attended.A I TALK{ THINGS OVER.

resolution to support the pro- I dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '\ .

Mrs. W.' M. Redelsheimer and posed Community Center Play-
, In these days of reduced interest
on sav
daughter, Patricia, returned this ground was adopted by the club and

week from a visit with relatives in plans for raising funds for this pur-: ings accounts and reduced returns on other 'r '

South Georgia. pose were discussed. After disposingof forms of investment Home Building offers r GV
the other business, a light refreshment -
i Mrs. T. Perman Culbreath of Web was served and informal the conservative, thrifty investor the .investment '-'

Jt\ Palm Beach arrived Saturday for a discussions followed. .
best suited to his needs. Investigate
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Red- Among those present were: Fr. J.

elsheimer and family. I"'. Walsh, Dr. B. A. Bourne, R. T. Clewiston Home Building Association .

-- Mitchell, Edward Von Mach, Vincent -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad ,and Oglesby, J. John Ketti, Sidney ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME

son, Kim, returned Monday from a I Crochet, J. F. Tippey, B. F. Brown, little as 5.00 per month or as !much as

two weeks vacation In North Caro- Sidney M. Hoover, Eugene Matrix, BUILDING,
$1 in a lump sum II find a
lina. M. E. VonMach, Harry P. Vaughn, $1,000.00 you ASSOCIATION

Andrew Wieland. !* Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.
Miss Marion F. Chaplin, of the PHONES 102-103

Civil Service Department In the district MRS. P. WRIGHT GIVES .

U. S. Engineer office in Jacksonville
BRIDGE PARTY FOR VISITOR

spent several days her. :I .

this: week on business. Mrs. F. M. Wright was hostess at


4


.....-

.

{



'? ''', ;
: "
} '"""
t"r \7:
.. .

i
.

i



THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936Dragons
.
, .



:THE CHEERFUL CHERUB ,a


The thunder makes

Drive You me. Feel so smart

;a For Im &. Futurist .

---
you .see.-

y : : By EDWIN BALMER : : It to rounds other just Folks loud


Put alwayssounds C
: \VNU Service '
Copyright by Edwin Balmer dark )
)
0 0
.4.,';.-.. I I v blue to me.. ;. 1.Q'1c.c j
'''.", SYNOPSISJeb him, then married him. lie startedhis ter, placed as she was with Myrtle, aglne him, even In fancy, attempting "",!
trouble by what he did; yet he could not have failed to see. So I to cross. Indeed, she left them alonea M1

Braddon, young and fantastically was following only the commonest Impulses must make sure of the manner of her few minutes after Cathal began to 00
successful broker of Chicago, Is Infat- of men In middle life." I memory of them, and some other review, in his clear, competent way,
uated with Agnes Glenelth, beautiful "What Impulse do you nu.m?" Infidelity : items of evidence." the Items of evidence. The fellow-
,r daughter of a retired manufacturer, ?" I Agnes told him : "The morning after Beatrice Gleneith decided-was not offensive \V.MU Service..
with Agnes
: Rodney, a doctor, In love
visits his brother, Jeb. Rod plans workat "Infidelity Is the kindest form It the-after we were In that apart- ; on the contrary, he had a
Rochester. Jeb suggests that he takes," Cathal said. ment, and I read the newspapers here, knack of dealing with most delicate
make a try for Agnes before leaving. "Kindest !" I wrote down everything that I knew subjects impersonally.

i decency In Rod than there in is Jeb.a deeper Agnes, obstinate believesto "At least," .said Cathal, "sometimes.The I'd done. The papers printed some "You will make a good witness,"

be happy, a girl must bind, herself wife-the real wife-more often things Z 31dn't see and didn't do. And Cathal said.
entirely to a man and have adorable gets him back, If she wants him. But they didn't agree with each other." "For her?" ,said Agnes. Reverse ChargesMrs.
babies. Rod visits Agnes realizes and tells it can her Lorrie, when he fell under the delusion "No," said Cathal. "Have you what "For whom else?" asked Cathal."You'll Luna-I want to get a
of his great desire, but I
+: never be fulfilled. Agnes' mother Is attemptIng of the middle-aged man making you wrote?" get her off !I" Agnes realized divorce.
to regain her husband's love. money, didn't become unfaithful. He "In my room.." And she arose. "I'll aloud, as she looked at him. Lawyer Habeas-What are your
Agnes has disturbing doubts as to what divorced his old wife, instead, and be right back." She liked him.; she had liked him charges

.x." attracts tells Agnes her he father Is going in New to marry York. her Jeb, bought him a younger one." In her room she bent before her from the Instant she saw Mm enterMyrtle's Mrs. 'Luna-Oh, I'm not goingto

and together they view an apartmentIn "What do you call the delusion of desk, and pulled out the drawer con- apartment, where the police charge anything I'm willing to
Chicago. Jeb asks Agnes to set, an the middle-aged man making money?" taining her own Intimate, sentimental already were. The people In the court- pay you to get it for me. "
early date, but she tells him she can-, Agnes heard her mother press him on. miscellany. room would like him ; the jury would
not marry him. When, the agent Mr.
't'' "Their Imagination that, She remembered when she had like him.
Colver, offers to show them a furnished marrying now, Why He Needed Job
apartment, Jeb asks Agnes to see It again, they'll have again their 'youth started to tuck In, with this medley the The tall clock in the hall surprised "Am I bright? Why, I've won
alone, saying he must return to (his and that they can buy boar body ands record of her meeting with Myrtle Agnes with its deep, booming strokeof several newspaper competitions."
consents and Jeb leaves.
'% A office.radio Agnes is blaring terrifically from one <;>ul of a woman. Of course, it's the Lorrie, she had stopped, restrained by five,; the sun, unregarded, had cut Prospective Employer Yes,
: of the apartments. Colver raps upon money does It to them." the feeling that this memorandum was its dimming radiance half across the but I need a boy who is smart
;: the door, which is opened by a scantily "How does the money do It to utterly alien and contaminating to the room. It caught Cathal's head, and during business hours
clad girl, who draws husband Agnes Into Charles the them?" other contents of the drawer. But she Agnes observed, that his hair was not, "Well, this was during business
Colver finds her ,
Lorrie room. fatally shot. He calls the police. Was her mother aware, Agnes won- had no safer repository ; and so she as she had thought, black, but auburn hours."
Myrtle Lorrie asks. Agnes to phone dered'almost aghast, what she was be- had thrust it under the other things. of so deep a hue that only the
''. Cathal O'Mara, a lawyer to come at traying? Or didn't, she care, if this She withdrew It with no such exaggerated direct sun brought out the red in It. Sure to Arrive

charge.once. Agnes O'Mara does.arrives.The The police officers take are man gave her a hint that would help offense at Its utter strange He had very nice hair; and he had "Here, Tommy," said Mrs .

' antagonistic to him. Agnes sides with her? I r ness. Myrtle, into whose life Agnes better hands, In' strength and shape, Jones to her neighbor's: little boy,
O'Mara. Agnes Is to be a witness at, the "It lets the man deny his years," Gleneith had stumbled, was no woman I than any other man she knewexceptRod. "run along and put this. parcel on
.A' coming trial. Cathal's grandfather and Cathal answered the mother as though apart. This evening, In New York, His eyes were as blue as Agnes the bus."
father had lost their lives in the line
" s, of duty as city firemen, and his grand- he noticed nothing of her intensity."He might her father be seeking some knew her own to be. This lawyer "Which bus?" asked the lad.
''- mother, Winnie, has built her all.around makes only more money, though counterpart of Myrtle? .had eyes that could be cool, competent, "Any bus," replied Mrs. Jones.
, Cathal, who, being. ambitious, had growing older. It seems a sign of And what of Jeb twenty years from practical ; and then you could catch "It's me husband's lunch, and he

and worked, heeding his way the appeal through of the law desperate school- strength, greater Instead of less with now, or .sixteen years or much less, him looking away like a dreamer, a works in the lost property office."

and the despised cause, has committed his years. His wife, she- finds nothing If he exhausted his happiness with poet.
- himself to the defense of criminal in her doings to deny her years her sooner? Til copy this ; then that's all I'll
cases. Thoughts of Agnes disturb Cathal. for her. Spending money doesn't doI How actually, had Jeb offered him- need of you, now," he _said.
wife who
Mr.: Lorrie had cast off the
had borne him his daughter, to marry self? "How did you get Into your busI-
Myrtle, and after-two years of wedded I _"" "I He'd give her all ; and she'd give ness?" Agnes suddenly asked him.
' ; life she had killed him. The coroner'sJury him all. Together, while their cup con "The law?"
holds Myrtle to the grand jury.
' Agnes promises O'Mara to review the tented them, they'd tip it up and drain "I mean, defending women like Myr- .
it the last of emotion.I tle Loriie
ti case with him.CHAPTER. to drop mutual MUFTI SHOE WHITE will not rub off.
i And then he would turn to some other Finally he said : Contains Ingredients of Mufti Home Dry Cleaner
to CLEAN as it Whitons. Large Bottles 25*
'4 1 (S woman? And what would she do? "I was offered what you'would calla
VContinued9
"I don't know Glen ; and neither do good start In a law-firm, after I'' was
you. And I don't care-nor do you- admitted to the bar Miss Gleneith,"
"They, told about Bert in the papersthis if we first iave everything from each he said. "It was with a firm you'd
morning" Agnes suddenly said, \\ other." highly approve-knowing nothing but

surprising him. .But she did care. the name of the partners and the clients -
"Yes," said Cathal. She shifted in the drawer one of they serve. You know some of G

'' "Because I told them. I told the dam'i Jeb's Impetuous, exciting letters ; and them-the clients' daughters and sons.
Grand Jury yesterday." /i she touched for an instant, and almost Some live along this lake shore, mak-

"Did you?" said Cathal, and watched with a caress, the envelope which ing their money-the men-In the city. NO MORE WORMS
her flush up to the roots of her fine, Rod had addressed t3 her; and her Your father'd know many of them. DEAD SHOT"

,..- straw-yellow hair.. She had on a simple mind clung to .Its quieter yet strangely I'd done well enough in law-school, Dr. kills and
7> blue dress (the same, It was, stirring contents. and made an acquaintance that got: Peery's Vermifuge
a Worms and Tapeworm
.:: which she had worn for Rod) ; and She closea the drawer and took me the offer of the job ; but It wasn't expels '
Good for
few hours.
r! In It she delighted this man too, wanted. It a grown-ups,
downstairs the paper which preservedher entirely me they was more too. One dose does,the trick.
though she was not thinking of him Impressions of that apartment my connections."

; now. wherein Myrtle had seized upon her. "Connections?" said Agnes. Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT'Vermifuge

"If I hadn't wouldn't they have Indicted Cathal arose to receive from Agnes "Mine, such as they were, which
F':: her?" the paper she had brought him; and made me friends with some who had 46R w pnxs rne'iiun p a Z

He laughed, reassuring her, and she he remained standing In the centerof influence in fixing what others must

,; sat back "You'd, nothing to do with the room as he read. pay to 'the ,support of the State and
,' the Indictment; and they knew about Agnes had ,dated the paper and at, the city-in taxes. I could be use- 50c a bottle at druggists orWright's
Gold fct., N.V. City.
P ll Co., 100
a Bert, but they didn't know he'd called the top had written why she was recording ful, I found, In seeing real-estate as- r
r her at the flat while you were there at that time, exactly what sessments adjusted and taxes reducedto
; ,with her." 1 1 she had seen and heard and done ; and make properties more" profitablefor
"Did you know that?" asked Agnes. I why she had done what she had. those owning them. I was to be

"Certainly; she told me." Cathal could catch its Importanceto used in the tax-cheating that was cut-
,
f "Oh!1" l I I \ "' --\y -=- his client and at the same time ting the heart out of Chicago." STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACK

Hers mother stirred herself. How "You Will Make a Good Witness," look through this writing deep Into "I don't' understand," said ,Agnes, Get Tetterine and get instant relief from
" familiarly her daughter had been con- I I Said Cathal. the revelation of the nature of the watching him. any skin Itching. 60c at all drug storesor
versing with this criminal lawyer I sent postpaid on receipt of price.
girl who was watching him read. How "How would you? Don't think me
"You have Just referred to your client It You got to'make It. It's mak- Impossible to dissemble when one putting myself above them that were SHUPTRINE CODept3SavannahGa.

Ipresume," she said to Cathal. ing money that gives proof, which writes upon a page! asked to do what I wouldn't. You

"Yes." the wife can't match, of his greater Cathal had not seen, Agnes' writ- see, 1 was stopped by a stake of my '
Suddenly curiosity caught her ability and attractions." Ing before; and he looked up from own which I have in the city."

against her Intention. "Does a wom- "Attractions I" Beatrice Glenelth repeated this page she had written, and real- "You mean property?" asked Agnes, FOUR
an llke"that tell her attorney all the and Cathal caught a twitch- ized as he had not, her naivete.It wondering at his feeling.

truth about herself like wince, so he said quickly: multiplied in aim the most pow- He shook his head. "No, not prop- TEASPOONFULSOFM1LKOFMAGNES a s
"Some do," said Cathal. "Lorrie knew better-but they all erful a man's Instincts-most powerfulIn erty. Nothing I own; merely a-a

"Did she?" do. He knew It was his money, not some men-to protect a womanIn memory. At least it made me thank
"She told me about Bert-and her him, that Myrtle had to have. She her Innocence. To protect To them that offered me that job, and I NONE TASTY

relations with her husband. He knew married him for It. possess her, that was. turned me to criminal law taking

It; and he knew about Bert-that Bert "And she could have got away withIt "God help you, Cathal !" Winnie the case of the Myrtle Lorries. Shoot- AFE

was In love with her, and'she was In and so could he, and been, satis- would have cried with dread and fear ing's cleaner."
love with Bert. She's much like any fied, If he hadn't been happy In' his for him, could she have seen him look "Than what
other woman; and he was just a husband marriage before. It was that which up, from Agnes' memorandum to He was striking back, Agnes felt; HEALTHGood
who'd made for himself too proved the death of him-that once Agnes. but not at her. It was at others WEALTH AND
much money. he'd been happy !i" Agnes' mother did see him; but whom he felt In some way associate health and success go together.Don'thandicap

'If your daughter had happened to "How?" breathed Beatrice. In her mind there lay between her with her-and how closely, she won- condition yourself? with-get tasty rid;Milnesia.of a slggish.acid ,. tue, ,

pass that door in the morning, instead Cathal confronted her. "Have you daughter and this lawyer an unbrldg- dered. original milk magnesia in wafer form.
I of the afternoon, she'd have seen a 'not known happiness?" he said boldly, able thasin: which she could not Im- (TO BE CONTINUED) Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls.milk or

f husband and wife like enough to a mil and waited for no answer. "Then how, magnesia.Neutralizes acids and gives.you
lion others. 'Tis the way with 'a having bought her with money, could pleasant elimination. 20c,35c&60c sizes.
crime like murder-especially murder, he have with her the full of It? Noted French Educator and Author

'- Mrs. Glenelth. It springs from noth- "She sold herself body and soul to Finds Cultural Trend in U. S. RisingThe \VNU-7 33-36
I
ing unusual. Just from the most usual him, did Myrtle whom your daughter -
thins:: In the world.. If I'omplr..nm:: walked -In on, Mrs. Glenelth.- She- cultural trend In America Is ris- lion in English writing. He was bornin
-- --- ---- ---
-the most human impulses pushed a tried to deliver her soul as well as ing rapidly, according tb Abble Ernest Trelon and studied under the famous i
Dlmmet well-known French priest, educator poet Angellier at the University of
bit further. her body to him; but the soul wouldn't F -
"What about deliver. to that." and author after an extensive Lille. He has made 10 trips to America
are you talking ? Something sees 1
"The life all of us are living," Ca- He stopped, and Beatrice GleneIth lecture tour in America. where he gives lectures on different .4I I

thaI replied, without breaking his remained standing, waiting for him."But' "Universities are making their requirements subjects. kidneys function badly and .
in the little library -
Interviewed
calm. "And when one suddenly stops Charles LorrIe would have soulas much more difficult, thus When WHEN suffer a nagging backache,
Jiving It, from being shot by his wife, well as body having paid for It. forcing schools to raise their educa- of his Seventeenth century home with dizziness, burning, scanty or too
others can see plainer, perhaps, whatthey're Poor as her soul was, he would have tional level," said Abbe Dlmmet. near Notre Dame cathedral, Abbe frequent urination and getting up *t
up to. Take Charles Lorrie It. Once he had a wife, body and "Princeton is dropping 22 per cent of Dim met spoke about the new book he night; when you feel! tired, nervous,
I "I am now working on all Doan's Pil s.Doan's .
is use
he contin- writing. upset
and his first wife-and his second soul, you see; so he was spoiled for its students every year, for poorly
who shot him : There's nothing strangeIn less. And then there was Bert. So ued, "because they could not make the, second volume of my autobiog- kidneys.are especially Millions of boxesare
the three of them from start to he began to beat up his young wife scholastic grade. At the University of raphy," said the Abbe. "This' volumeIs working used every year. They are recom
finish-except the length to which Myrtle. A trifle before two o'clockon Chicago students find that their courses entitled 'My New World, and" con- mended the country over. Ask your
two of them went with their Im- that day, when later your daughter demand so much attention that they cerns my activities In America. neighbor!
pulses.. had the 111 luck to be looking have little left for the social occasions Abbe Dimmet lauds America's recovery -

"Which two?" Agnes heard her about the building with Mr. Braddon, which formerly .absorbed so much of from the recent economic crisis,
mother ask."Lorrle Charles Lorrle went too far. their time." declaring that "the recovery seems to
and Myrtle-who, after he'dcast There were certain bruises and con- Abbe Dimmet is one of the few have comp so naturally and slowly-and.
ofC: her that bore his daughter: to I tusions on Myrtle which your daugh- Frenchmen who have attained dlstluc- therefore, should be a lasting th1n ."


i "


--_h__ -",4' ,+h\ :;b elw.at,...,: .2! .i. : : "' '"'__ .i.i.: .. '_:''-_ ... ..' __,_ .____ .\.c_ '.



,z ?Y T $;..

7I {. E
J
\
I
II"


,

THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936 ,

.. I
'I

Dignity The Meaning of' !

'Hot' or 'Bootleg' Oil '

.' THERE are no arts, no gym-:
SECTION no cosmetics,whichcan Most of the oil states, in as :
I OUR COMIC contribute a tithe so muchto effort to conserve the supply 01 !

the dignity, the strength, the limit production, have passed I
t ennobling of a man's looks asa laws making it illegal to pump:
great purpose, a high deter- more than a. given amount from
I,s mination, a noble principle, or the ground. To get around these
! an unquenchable enthusiasm.The laws, some operators have resorted -
! __ _FINNEY _OF THE FORCE eB:j2i; :2sSl Flight of the Jailbirds soul that is full of pure to pumping the oil out oi
and generous affections fash- the fields through secret pipe
I NBZ, KMBW HIM. A FOIHE MOM--- ALLUSTH' PERMoT, ions the features into its own lines and hauling it away in
I -foe BAD* 01 DIDN'1EZ/ SPORTS FER angelic likeness, as the rose trucks. Such oil is called "hot,"
SEE TM WARDEN j by inherent impulse in or "bootleg."
grows
I /( Y'HUIPEISOM KoIN PRl SON ERS-FooTBALL-
'OUT AT 1 OF A MAN grace, and blossoms into love- But ,Nature produces a hot oil
I
I S Gold 8E HE 2'f' SBASEBALLoHNE liness. In the great petroleum fields neat
GIT Tl4' GATE- BoLi 4T CARDS WF5 WAS Ot JECNEc Tampico, Mexico, the oil is hot

F .S : _J / OF TMEM Patience and time conquerall as it comes from the ground,
'EM DUT 0' k16 ) {L GAME things.-Corneille. at times reaching a temperature 1
owN PocKITWARDENS of 180 degrees.-Washington Post.




II I' Butterflies and FlowersA I :I


',
: shown; illustrations of stitches
needed; material requirements;
Iv o suggestions for a variety of uses.

Send 15 cents in stamps or
coins (coins preferred) for this .'
pattern to The Sewing Circle Nee- ;,
\ dlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
i'Jf A LoT 0 PEEPLlLJ THAT BE TIST New York, N. Y. ',f f

J HAs BEEN AcStN WHATS-! THE -rH', 'tRUBBLE1NIM Write plainly pattern number, "
UMSAY; your name and address.
HE5 HARM IF THE HAVIN'FREEDIMALMOST

I Too Ai$.V ON PooR
; d CREATv! :

i I CH' ?RISON5 SHAVE A BIT T A, P02IM HAVE ,"j

OF FREEDOM ? '(
eSt

;* crochet hook, some string a 1 1
i
and this simple pattern are all -;
one needs to turn out this lovely r, fr a
Fed' .fir
patterning of butterflies and flow:

ers-a charming contrast of solid ai4 <
crochet and airy stitch. .Get busyon Coleman] ,
a set!
Pattern 1084 contains directionsand r& SELF.ATING J;

: charts for making the set The Coleman is a gen- I RON :
uino Instant Lighting Iron. .
All you have to do Is turn a valve strike a match .';.
IIIIIII and it lights instantly. You don't have to insert ':'
III the match inside the iron-no burned fin en.
ll Heart in Puppet ShowA The Coleman beats In a jiffy;is quickly ready 'Y,.r'
forose. Entire Ironintr surface is heated ':
r puppet show in a marionette point the hottest. Maintains its heat nwJol'
the fast worker.Entirelyelf-heating.Operates
theater in New York City often so for M 111,1, THE FEATHERHEADS aBktr Bad Looking effort,in one-third less time. Be sure your next r.
.. affects the audience
e ha chiefly is the frenume Instant-Lighting Coleman.
t"'"' : ... If a the iron woman wants.It's wonderful '
tf--t every a *
,adults, that it the show with _
stops time and labor saver-nothing like lf. The
?Jo'/! COME II GUESS i CSOT ALL its cheers and hisses. At ,times it Coleman Is the easy way to Iron. ,
I'I'iron
SEND
K4OW -- / ATTlC WASTEBASKET POSTCARD for FREE Fold.r and Fill D.t.lla.THE
.HOUSE CLE"ANIt4G.nWtE even shouts encouragement to the COLEMAN LAMP'AND. STOVE ,CO. .
-- LlVflKlCr fcOON Dept.WU315 WiCLlhE.e.; Cbleuo,HI; ;
THEREis SURE hero and hurls eggs at the villain.I Philadelphia,Pa; Los AMole*,Calif. (e 1oW) ".
A PILE of Kt'TCNEN-CELLAR- 11

WASTE PAPER.// -_ II
... .
, __jJ lY4 MADAGASCAR se@
____ l het
SERVICE 4 'need a ,

T \ STATION 1i 1e Bas'A:

. GAS NOME
"
-- -- -
\

4 9a 3 ,

I
/ / J 1's

:/ -- ,'

[
I f

t II -. .....-.... .. 1F

ON, Li / BEFORE =:-- = a

-oU u
t {ou LOOK AND SEE VF5HOPPiM 1 tMy
< LIST IS / y'

iKi THAT P.tLE7 I I"I


I F akw4 uaAi
Ma

t tI 4k ) I

I I AJ
}l I a v i GO FARTHE

t. BEFORE YOU NEED A QUART JJC

: )
ti
> .4
.14n.'. s





Try,the"First Quart"test.Drain '
Literary Appreciation"Do ROUGHLY"I Look Out! QUAKER
and refill with Quaker State. See
you enjoy reading Dickens? Jane-Gee, but that date last night
"Very much," answered Miss far before have 0 tt
was fresh. how you go you to A .
Cayenne. "His works contain so didn't his
June-Why slap
many odd and villainous charactersto face? you add the first quart.And remember I I _

one's whom enemies.it is a"pleasure to compare Jane-I did, and take my advice, .-...the oil that stands up,longest
never slap a guy when he's chewing
tobacco. is giving your motor the safest ;

Couldn't Cure 'em lubrication. The retail price 35f* ,,, '
:.
Diner-There's something wrong Helping Him Think per quart. Quaker State Oil '}
with these hot dogs. Magistrate-Now then, Mrs. 'Ar- :
Waiter-Well, don't tell it to me; ris, you here again for hitting. your Refining Co., Oil City, Pa.FRANTICUIIEA. :'l
I'm only a waiter, not a vet- suppose you and Harry are husband?" .
erinarian.. getting along finely?" Mrs. 'Aris-Yus; I asked 'im If \...',
"Yes, indeed. We've separated, 'e loved me, an' 'e was so long ,0'
TABLE TALK you know." thinkin' what 'e would say I 'it 'm
with a mop.-Farm Journal.
From Affection to Alimony CH
\ "Would you marry a man for HEADS THE CLASS
the sake of money?"
"I hardly think so," said Miss Get quick, almost miraculous relief with Cuticura /SUM .
Cayenne. "Ordinarily a woman Ointment-for over 60 years'a successful,amaz"UJATHLET... ASy
doesn't marry a man for money. ingly effective Ointment Soothes itching torture, PO/SOM S FOOT
That's what she divorces him for." checks irritation, promotes rapid healing of skin /'"seerfY IVy
I II I and scalp. Use daily along with mildly medicated,
Pretty Fix super-emollient Cuticura Soap. Ointment 25c. : 61TFS'
Woman Driver-Can you fix this I Soap 25c. Buy at any druggist's. For FREE ANO OTIIrS J s
Hostess-Do have some more fender so husband will KIN
my never
sample,write"Cuticura" Dept. 23, Malden,Mass.RRJTATIONS ;
jelly and whipped cream, Mr. LowBrow know I bent it?" .,\!
:1'I
Garage Mechanic-No, but I can
Slangy Guest-A little more of fix it so that you can ask him in a Teacher-What relation are two Real Reliefi I f
the suds, please, I have plenty of few days how he bent it.-Wall parallel lines to each other?
the glue. Street Journal. Head of the Class-Twins.



,
.
,'..:.v_.,.'. .,,' l -



\ :,' '::':'." "" -' .'
(::,.Co" '; : ':':,: ;: '. 1 .
\
I



I i

PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWIS TON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936

-
-

grounds. Dinner over, we climb in a of the State shall provide in the man- East 1005
X-Ray Equipment Is ner prescribed by law for those of the
'rickshaw and ride down to the mid- inhabitants who by reason of age, infirmity Feet North ..,
after eatingto or misfortune may have 752 Feet to .
It is a bit too soon
Installed at Hospital way. breath taking claims upon the aid and sympathy of Beginning ........ 1 43 28 100 Unknown _.......__..._m......... $ 12.19
try any of the society; provided, however, the Legislature .)
rides, but we can visit some of the may by general law provide fora Washington Gardens .> w
uniform State-wide tyitem for such Subdivision
-
(Moore Haven Democrat) shows "Strange As It Seems" is a benefits and appropriate money there-
of ,'
N.
for; but no such general law shall W. ,
take in the
Dr. C. F. Mills, of Jacksonvillewas good one, then we might provide benefits to any person who I % .......... ......... 3 43 28 I
ski jumpers, the Midnight Circus, shall not have been a resident of the
here the latter part of last week. rhumba show, motordrome, and State of Florida for a period of fiVE Block 14, Lots

installing new the years continuously next preceeding his 18, 19 ............ Will Newry ...................... 1.06
for the purpose of a I Monkey Land. But wait, what is that application therefor nor shall such /. .
outfit of the latest type in stand below the Old Globe The- general law provide for benefits to any Block 17, Lots : ,
X-Ray just person solely; on account of age who 11, 12 ..........._ Elvira Weston .................. 1.06
The equipmentwas atre where Shakesperian plays are has not attained the age of sixty-five .
the local' hospital. featured? It's Pool's wine stand- :rears; Provided further, that where Blqck 18, Lot 30 Elvira Weston :.....::.:::......' .76

set up and ready for use last and the crowd gathered 'round is lesser by any or law different of the period United of States residenceage a Block 41, Lot 28 E. P. Irving ...................... ., ". :: .76

Saturday.The drinking Florida grapefruit wine or citizenship shall be fixed in South tt of N. W. ?'.

new equipment is manufactured and liking it immensely, while Mr. order ticipate for in the any State Federal of Florida grants to par-that V. of N. W.a 3'' 43 28.20 Oscar Malmberg ......_....... 1.66,

might be made for such purposes, the S. W. V of N. W. : ','
:
after
glass
the H. J. Fischer Companyand Poole of Clermont pours ;
,by Legislature may prescribe such requirements 34 ...................... 4 43 28 40 A. L. Kinzie ................;..... 4.07
is reputed to be the most advanced glass and talks Florida citrus for residence as as will to citizenship be consistent age with and S. W. V4 of N. W. 'f '

equipment of the kind ob- health. and not in conflict with such Federal J/i and N. W.U ... 't.
I
"
We now reach the Streets of the Law. of S. W. h 6 43 28 80 Unknown ............:.:... .... 6.79
tainable. The powerful X-ray per- Approved June 4, 1935.A -
World where it seems that every North % of N. E. : ;

mits the taking of large photos of nationality is represented. Que r JOINT RESOLUTION 1,4 ...................... 7 43' 28 80 Unknown ..............._.......... '6.79

any part of the human body.. and is winding streets lead through a labyrinth Proposing VIII of the an Constitution Amendment of to the Article Stateof S. E. % of N. W. -
-' Ji and East % '
adjustable 'to every cuiiumu *- -- of foreign looking house Florida Relative to Cities and ,

be taken either in a. proneor Counties. of S. W. % __ 8 43 28 120 Unknown .........._............... 9.81
tures may Strange costumes are everywhere. I He H Kc ol\cil n j- TIle Legislature of 6 Acres in S. W. .
uprig-ht position by simple ad- The Stale of Florida: ,
Blonde Dutch girls in wooden shoes, That the following Amendment to % of S. W. K -; -

justments.So Spanish dancers, half-veiled Syri- Article VIII of the Constitution of of N.' W. U ..._ 9 43'-28 6 Wlllouyby Dyess ..............' 1.11
far as is known this is the first ans, Swiss Alpine climbers, Czechoslovakian the State of Florida relative to cities S. W.Jt of S. E. -
and
counties
to be numbered Section
X-ray apparatus of any kind ever dancers and musicians a 10 of said Article VIII, be and the H of N. W.Ji' 9 43 28 '.10 Delia J. Prevatt ..........:.: ; 1.16
installed in Glades county and this never ending colorful parade, of na same is hereby agreed to and shall S. W. tt of N. E. -:' : .

complete apparatus is among the tions. Quaint shops beckon us. Novelties State be submitted at the General to the electors Election of to the be % and Lot 1 .. 10 43 28. 86 C. S. Horrell ................,....... 16.56

best used anywhere in the state. and merchandise of every land held on the First Tuesday after the Beginning N. W. '"
first :Monday: ; in November A D. 1936, Corner S. "W.tf ',
may be secured in this amazing for ratification or rejection to-wit; t' ; .
of N. E. Uof
GLADES RESIDENTS RECEIVE world village. It is unique, the most have Section 10. The Legislature shall N. E. % .. i1 : ;
to establish :
power alter or abol-
$4,572 IX INDIVIDUAL LOANS striking setting I have ever seen, ish a Municipal corporation to be East 70 Yards ';> i .0 1!

-- surpassing anything at the Centuryof known as territorially the City of throughout Key West, "extending the- SouthYards 70 .. ... .. :
,
,
-Jacksonville, Aug. 13.Residentsof Progress for its scope and com- present limits of Monroe County In West 70 ..;. .'. ',". .,!. I>,., .
county received a total of pleteness. Beyond the Streets of the the place of any or all county, district, : ''' I'.:: :
Hendry municipal and local ioardarlort: : ; : .
governments, : ,I. : ...:; ;:itis.; : ,
$6,780 from the Home Owners' Loan World we find the Army Camp and boards bodies and officers, constitu- to ... .
Corporation during the three year' the blimp landing field where fora tional ,or judicial statutory, legislative, executive Beginning ____;.._ 10 43 ,,28. .1 H. S. Dyess ,....:..::..:: ..:..,.; ,:' ,'.. 3.03
or administrative, '
Government Lot <
period of refinancing operations small fee we may enjoy a Goodyear and shall prescribe the jurisdiction, ': x" ; : L.J
powers duties and functions of such 2 11 43' 28 62 C. 'B. Horrell L.f. ,
: .
which terminated last June, accord- : lighter-than--air: craft trip. It is municinal l'ornoration" SPc' t..lnth- West % of Lot 1 13 43 28 23 E. Kelley..1 4.98

ing to the final figures furnished a wonderful trip and you will never. eXecu- judicial and administrative I East 3-4 of South -', '; '. i

Walter Hawkins, State Director for forget, for you soar above the Exposition .J officers departments, to divide and its the boards territory, bodies included and- I % of N. E. '4 "

the National Emergency Council.. grounds, loop about the in such municipality Into subordinate and that portion ,". .:, '. '

This sum represented six: indivi- business section of the city and view and districts.reasonable and system to prescribe of taxation a just for of East % ( .' .'... .\;. .' :/.

dual loans. the surrounding country for miles such municipality and districts, and of of .

A total of 13,549 distrissed home I I in every direction. to fix and the districts., liability existing Bonded of at such the and time municipality other of the Indebtedness -- S.of E.J *: '. / ;! c. : :a<: ,.< :,/j. + :

owners in Florida were extended aid And so I have tried to take'ro: establishment of such municipality, 25 --................_. 13 43 28.66' P. G. Snyder. .. ..??..::;.....:. '.*/ .5.11
in the sum of $30,677,880. Of this dn a hurried trip through this mar- shall be enforceable only against pro- 5 Acres in S. E. .,:; : .

money: it is estimated that $3062- velous Exposition. I do not pretendto perty Legislature theretofore shall,taxable from time therefor.to time The, Corner East % : : : .::{; :C1fh,

000 went toward the payment of .taxes do it justice.. There is much that determine what portion of said municipality -. of S. W.J4 of : : ;

and 'assessments, the estimated space would not permit me to attempt stead in is such a rural rural area area, and shall a not home be N. W.. % .......... 14 43 28ix': 5' Unknown ..:.....'...:.:..:.::.:...::: '.1.66

of tax and assessment limited. if in Lots 21, 22, .. .. ,.; . "
average pay- to describe. You must see ]it as a liIity or town. Such I .. ,
ments loan in Florida being municipality may exercise all the pow- Palma Ci a : ; : .:.i :" '.'
per .
for yourself. But in closing, let me ers of a municipal corporation and Subdivision 15 43 .28' : Unknown ..........:.-:. :..::.: : : ,1.95
$266. again remark that Florida is fortunate shall also be recognized as one of the '

According to the '1930 United in being represented here. ; with legal the political duties divisions and obligations of the State of a Begin Feet -' r r

States Census reports there were Our participation is putting us in county and shall be -entitled to all the S. E. 1 } ;

119,523 of owned non-farm homes- touch with thousands powers, rights and privileges, including Gover n 1r\\r '-: Mrt i). ;: : ::
of people who
representation in the' State 1
Legis- ,: ;+: ''.. : i. 4%% f:'d-r ")''+Ms: ;
in this state. The Home Owners'Loan will visit Florida as a direct resultof lature, which would accrue to it if Lot 1, .1 J H ; .

Corporation refinanced mortgages having seen our displays, and it were County a county.and of All the property municipality; of Monroe in- 59 31/ .: { ,

on 113 % of this number. many of them will remain as perm- said, county shall vet in such muni- North ..
The totr.l: number of loans madein J cipal corporation when established as Feet, East 23 :< 1, :'l" .
anent settlers. herein
provided The ,' .
offices of the : \ .
all states., Puerto Rico, Hawaii I Clerk: of the Circuit Court and Sheriff Feet, North : ':'. ':' ; ;

and Alaska was 1,021S17, involvingthe shall lature not be abolished but the Legis- 201 Feet, West I,,;' i : ;' .. :)" ;; :.:
may; prescribe the time when 62 Feet, North ; ; .
'.. l' ;: .
sum of $3,092,870,784, makingthe and the method by which, such offices : '. \ ,
rf .
NOTICE OP ELECTION shall be filled and the compensation 24 Feet, North aY \' ; .J. ; <
average loan 3027.; to be paid to such officers and 77", West 335Feet : '
: '
More than 9S % of all money involved under WHEREAS the Constitution, the Legislature of 1885.of of 1935 the duties.vest in No them county additional office shall powers be abol-may and To River I.. :: ...::..'T.I.. .. ,. :.< *-",:-.;. ../. :. :. ,:.. ..: ,.
"
for the re-financing of distressed State of Florida did pass two Joint ished East Along .' .fU ;" '.* t < ..
or consolidated with '.
another office ;' "r. > *
Resolutions proposing amendments to \ ..., : 'Fi'River \:-l ):\ ;;! !Si,
homes by means of long the Constitution without making provision for the to Pointof "0" '. : ": ;. : :i..d' .: .
of
the State' of Flor- <
.
performance of all State duties .
term replacement mortgages whichare ida, and the same were agreed to by; a or hereafter prescribed by; law to now be Beginning, / '< ';' / t : ..'f.\., .: .2.> .f.::. ..
to be amortized fully over the, vote of three fifths of all the mem- I performed by such county officer. South to Begin- = .. :, -. : .

bers elected to each house; that the Nothing contained herein shall affect ning ... 15 43 28 15 Mary O'Neill ...: ...;;_ ...:..... : 7.34
term of the loan voters said
in small monthly on Joint Resolution were Section X10. of Article III of the Con- ." .

payments. The balance of the money nals entered, with upon the their yeas respective and nays thereon Jour-- ,: cent stitution as' to of such the State provisions of Florida therein ex-as N. 1i W...%.....of.. 17 43 28: Unknown ......'.:.; .. 4.07
advanced went for the restorationand and they did determine and direct relate to : ir ,.J : ;
regulating the
I jurisdictionand %
West of ;
conditioning of properties. I that mitted the to said the Joint electors Resolutions of the State be sub-at summoning duties of and any class impanelling of officers grand, to % and N.:$i. ;; ;.:::; : ,

It is estimated that $228,453,000' the General Election in November and petit juries, to assessing and collecting of S. E. ; :f'." ) .. ;. .

of the HOLC advances went to the i 1936.NOW taxes for count purposes and East % :
THEREFORE I R
A. GRAY
; to regulating the fees and
tax offices of the nation, with the Secretary of State of the State of Flor- tion of county officers. No law compensa-authorizing E. H of S. W.

national average tax payment per ida, do hereby GENERAL give ELECTION notice that a 1 such the Municipal establishing 01 abolishing % and East % ::::: vas; : ;jf' ;-;;; ; {
corporation pursuant of West % of : : J2 t ;
will ;
loan being $224. ida on be Tuesday held in each next county succeeding; in Flor-the effective to this Section until shall approved become by operative a majority S. E. 10fS. : : c ;::'Ji ;q. : ;';

the first said Monday in November A. D. 1936, ; of the qualified electors partici- W. H ......_m_..... '18 43 28: 150 Wm' J- Conrad.....:.:..: .:;:-:-. .
Tuesday being the ..
Lakes pating in an election held in said ': "
Exposition I THIKIJ DAY N. W. V of N. W. '
orPA nMnnii x .
county; but so' long as such municipal .
.'
for the ratification or rejection of the corporation exists under' this Section '4 Less 2 Ac- .\ "

said amendments Joint Resolutions proposing the Legislature may; amend or extend res near' N. W. "_'

(Continued' from Page 4) the State of.to Florida the viz.Constitution of the referendum law aut'orizing to the the qualified same without voters Corner .............. 20 '43. 28 38 Unknown ........m......;...___... 4.67.
-
choose. Before the coming .of' the A JOINT RESOLUTION unless the Legislative act providing East % of S. E. .: : :

Florida Exhibit to their 'doorstepsthey Proposing Article XIII to Amend of Section 3 of the for such amendment or extension shall W of N. W. U.. 20 43 28 20 Unknown ...mu.. ..' ....:....m ? ;'. .2.87
the
Constitution of proTide for suck referendum. ,. ., .
i Pot -', >
the North % of N. E. .
:
State of Florida, Relating to .
had
thought state Approved JUHC' 4, 1935. .
our a land Provisions for the Aged, Infirm, and % N. w. M, 26 4328 20 Unknown m:....... ..:.: ;.:::..: ;-. :1.66
.
.
unattainable and far away. But as Unfortunate. .. .
Be It Kctolved 11}' The Legislature of The votes cast in compliance with East 3-4 of S. W. 'f' 'I.
they talked with Floridians !/-
they The Mate of, Florida: said proposed amendments and the % of N. E. li ;. .. : :
: .
J"i. '
?
learn that living costs That Section 3 of canvass, declarations and returns i. : ,. ;
are cheaper, Article XIII of the .
and West % of !. .
'
Constitution of the State of thereof, shall be subjected to the same .. : : ; '}-. .: '

bill clothing to worry costs less about, there and is above no coal all same Infirm relating is, and hereby to Provisions Unfortunate; amended for,, and be the and Florida Aged.the in provided regulations the State by and of law Florida restrictions for general elections as are E.W/est/ % of% N.of E.S.: ':..-). ",. .;.... .f > ,..tffj}:;::;\ ;;;..'f. :.:::: 1:: '

as am- .-. '
they learn U
that homeowner's and West % .
free- ended is agreed to and shall bo sub- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, ': : ;::* v ''r'%;,
dom from taxation on his homesteadin mitted to the electors of the State of I have hereunto set my of East % of .: c..,'. : l< .. .: 'x'f
Florida hand and affixed the Great : :. F >< ;< ?<
the beautiful climate of Florida. at the next general election Seal S. E. U of N. : : : :.
A 'surprising number the to be first held Monday on the in first November Tuesday after at Tallahassee of the State the of Florida Capital, E. U .... 29 43 28" 50 _ES." Royer ......:..:.:.1..1 .. '-. ':: .....9.y. .?.. .
are planning ; 1936. for -
to ratification or rejection: said Section this the 1st day of August; West % of -. : 5'usFj' ( :/y. : '
to
come our state. They: have come 3 of Article XIII'UI3 amended shall A. D. 1936. ; West Vi of S.. > ?: .
(SEAL .
to know Florida better read as follows: ). .
and
they are "Section 3. The R. A. GRAY W. U of N. E. .' ;.',. ;;: '

;- convinced that "what they say about respective counties Secretary of State. % ............._... .... 29 ,.m no 10 May K. Royer .........:........ 1.76

; DIXIE" is true.' I West % of N. E. -.'." ',:' I' '

:: -------.--. -. J. H. Cahill ....................... ,. .6.49
.. But I started to take you on a 1i ...................... 33 43 28 80
hurried trip through the E. % of S. E.
i and like exposition, NOTICENotice IS. 1i of N. W. 1i 5 44' 28 10 Unknown ..........:....-....-...... 1.06
everyone else, I reached the .
> N.. W. 1 of N E. ,
Florida Exhibit where it seemed as 1i of N. W. V 8 44 28 10 Clifford Adams ..........-..... .1.06

"r. if I just couldn't even get away. is hereby given that the following described lands, or so West % of N. E. \

' But let's hurry on.. We'll stop for muck thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of N. E. Va .

: one performance at the "Parade of herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sales and of N. W. % .... 8 44 28 5 Olive B. Adams .............-. ..1.36

Years".-a marvelous spectacle that advertising, will be sold at Public Auction on the Seventh day of Sep- S. W. 1i .............. 8 44 28 160 Nelson H. Tinklevaugh .... 9.81

i depicits the progress of transportation tember A. D. 1436" at the hour of 12 O'clock Noon, at the Courthouse North % of N W. -
-
Door, in the City of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida. 4o'S S
from' Indians' drag to the latest 120 :Wm.. Freeman .................- 8.00
f- in air, train, boat and bus trav- '. ::
Government Lot ': : ...

el. A two hour show that is intensely 1 ...................... 6 43 29 31. Unknown -. ..................'...::. .- .. 15.68
interesting and :'" .
highly instr ctive. Amount of Taxes Government Lot : ,
.
We go on through exhibit buildings Description _of land. 8 ai Owner. 2 Except a. > ''.' \ .,'..., 5'5 5,'
rn
of Western Reserve University, the ::: and Costs strip 222 Feet S : .. ., ,' ;. !.: '.- ;> .

beautiful HOrticultural Hall I f i; E Wide on East ',:' '.' ,\.,..):. "':
-
stop ,: : ,; ,:', ,
<'< ; t.
for a peek at the Marine Theatre Side and Except -

where stars of the aquatic world .East % of S. E. a strip .t'0 :'.. .. ;.;'<..x; : .-";...\,...:'.

; entertain, us with delightful water and J4 of N. E. U ..;\. R on 210 West Feet side.wide 6 43 29.. :J7 Mattie Dnrnett s: _...:_:".::::. f:' ;'..; 7:29: '

sports program, then take Beginning" .
dinner on 1
Begin at S.V.. .
the N. E. Coiner .of i
ex-- West 'fe of S. Corner of Gov-
: .. ;,
ernmcnt Lot 2,
;. t E. 'i of N. E. .
; tionally known entertainers add to I V .West 210 .... North to NorthBound .

I\:t our enjoyment, and if we feel in the Feet, South I":}", East .5:

.,, mood we may dance while Don 420 Feet, East 210 Fcet S
:
.' Voohries' South to Bank ,
"
orchestra 210 '
provides the Feat,
?:*. tempo. As we sit at our table and North 420 Calo'osahatcheeRiver .

w look across Lake Erie Feet to Begin Westerly -
we
I. can see Mean-
along
-; the speed boat races, and we look ning; Also Be- # River
ders of -.
-::
ginning N. E.
down on the Byrd Polar .
Ship at
anchorage to Point of B
. Corner S. E. ',4 4.76
nearby and make a mental West 667 Feet ginning ..._. *. 6 43' 29 6 OlRey and T. H. O'Banlon

note to visit it before :we leave. the South 41" 33' _. (CONTINUED ON PAGE ONE, SECTION TWO) 1.\\

f






. -.-.----.---.-- ---- .. .... l _., _. '._: .__ ,. ., ..... .' ,.. : ; ; ; ; '.:.: :: : \ : .:' '
--- ''' J--' -''-- L >' ;1. o..l .:i; ,. ;..,,:':.Lsd.h'w3 :- -' ''; J..._. ,.,... ;j'i: <, >" ': u": ., : _:"f;'': "\";YI ;".!,,.



.,B'." '-.' -: ;::, .-: ':. ?f !' -;: ". ..vr ." ""',7''T-r.. ;; : ":"" ';'__' 'U. H. n .' .-,- _


I





,' : ,. -

1 '
-
-

lSTONNEWS1 -
-

I i : : ;1I


s
..
-
I SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ]
SECTION TWO CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA,
,
----

.. I:
I.
(CONTINUED FROM SECTION ONE) .Subdivision I ': :
; .
Lots 13, 14 .... 4 43. 29 Bryan, Keefe and Adams : 3,80Block :

South ,4 of East ., .. : -.:. : '.' .1
.. 42, Aiken ,
r d I :: c :o I ; .. .'
Jh of Go.ern- .. .Subdi y 1's i om/ .'w.. J t n. .
ment Lot 3 .... 6 ,13 29 10 Edith H. Brown ......:....... 'n 2.43 Lots 21 to 23.. 4 43 29' Unknown ....... :...... ......:... 4.56 : .. : ...

West Jh of Gov- ,..: 42 ,5 1 ,_ .. .' I : .
Block Aiken .
ernment Lot 3.. 6 43 29 204 Frank Matusiak .............. ;. ,2.80 -Subdivision, ,; :1 ,/ ':. : :""

Government Lot I. Lots 39, 40 .... 4 43 29 Unknown .......................... :;" 2127_ }.. '
} '. _. ; J./ ( I' 'f 1"i
4 less Harding '. '.; Block 44 "Doty- i, .. .. ;"tt, .(..,) I ,1;:
.. "
Heights Subdivision ,;". H'trY-.ntr't, = 'U :' I:y: .f.!: Haynes" Sub- I .:. .: ?_ '
less : : dIvIsiOn Sec- .. r:4:
,
Lots 132, 178.. 6 43 29 40 Frank '.Matustak ..:............ 3.37 lion D., Lot 25 4 43, 29 F. Watts Hall .................. "10.95 .Jo: ;
f .., ',' r' ; .y" : ;;: "' _
Harding. Heights :- ,, Block 45 Hedges ""oJ !", -n ) ..,
"' : : .
Subdivision, Snbdi vision to "f .
Lot 178 ............ 6 43 29, Miriam Haines ........;.....:... ......11.5-2 Lot 16 ............. 9 43 ..29.Unknown ........................... .. 3.80.,.. "
Government Lots I'N" .n Block 49 Nest :, "t- .; :: : "

5, 6, 7. ............ 6 43 29 114.. Unknown'. ,, .. I i......(..:.{.......".'..1.....;'.::f... '' '':0'8.06 .% Perry C. l"oo"71 t.: : > ,1

Government Lot Hulls Subdivis- 4 i .. '

8 ...................... 6 43 29' 40 Unknown .......................... II." .8.06.. ion? Lots 9, 10 9 43 29 Unknown ....................--..:. rJa ;i 334': <.:::: .
... ...
-
I. t
West % of S. W. Block u0 and 51 '"u t.. I.,
.
'i of Govern- t ]lick p h e ,
: o c e Ment Lot 9 .... G 4329 4 -5 Unknown .......Y:..:. '. ...:;'! .. :. 2.27 Hcig-hts" I Subdi1'i" i': ...4' -, .IlJrfaurt..! { ;, t. a .. .. .. '. r 11' -;:; t .;

Laura V. Hulls < ..'_ .1. ''r ", I ,vision: ....... 9 43 ..9Block ; :J
.
itiiiy,ret.lk .}i' :''i'l "/" '-<-:;' 11'r !.o.n t
Subdivision of \ ; .;. C. Lots ;
.. .
.. ,, .
.
r..1 ; .
.
n m e t > '12" ................u.. S. D. and Sophia Ha- ..;

Lot tion S:2:: 6 in f ;; .- i' t... '- ';- ; .-' c' t: : : :: Lot 13 ................ Unknown boush u::::::::::::::::.:::::::::: :,'... .' 1:.92 '.: .. 'i (', '

: Nellie Mcquarrie .............. Ln. '-:92" 'v(.' I ,'
n m e t ;; :: ; ;: : Lots 28' to 30 .... "' .... .
-, L ; .... .... .... r. : -
3, 4 in : .. < Block] 'D, Lot 22 "':. .. ." Unknown .. ......... .... :9102 \ ;
Section 7J, Lot :. :'',. -.. ., '..; .: I r Blocl F Lots 21 : ': -, '.1 I. .
.
.
15 and North / : :O'l. .: .. :. .. ..'. /\" .. 22 ..::...............: .., Unknown -......................... ';.,, I 'L22Block'58 :-.. t'II "\ -
: . ''' ''
O 360 Feet: off '..1.. ,,,.c. .; . '. .r'.. ; '.. :" : LaBelle : .. :=
; -
Lot 16 ...__0...... :43 :>.',29'H'C'Thompson: '. : : --':. ;. :..:.. 4.67La Highlands Sub- / : ,. :' ,
V. Hulls .. '. 'C;" : : :: / ;: division, Lot 32 9 .43 29 Unknown ..__................... .. ; "l" t 1'.52 ,
>r' i.\ >/\r- .:i'v:::": .e .. '"
Subdivision ofGovernment .. Block 63, LaBelle -t", .: .. ..
.. ,' ,.: .i :- n .I ..
: -: <. highlands Sub- ,. .. ,
Lot 11 in Sec- .' ..;. .W: .'r 't 1< : division ............ 9 43 29 Unknown ............................ ...," 6.84. I., '. '
',. .)1. ... f II' : '
tion 6.and. J' : '; Dlocl: 64, Manniitg ,(1 .. .. : I 0 '_'
Gover n in e n t Subdivision ; :
.
Lots 2, 3, 4, in .;; t j.1'd' 4,' ; 1i Let'' 3 __:...........__ 9 43..291 Unknown "t.,.'"".."...."""-,,,---,. ).:" i: "1.52; I .J. : :.: '-'

Section 7, Lot i Dloclc- 72 Manning -

19 ................. -43-/29"1 Unknown m : :; :. ::- ;:4.84Laura Subdivision 9 .43 29 8 Unknown .......--............:.'. .-, .j.j5.78 ".;, .. 1 Q.;) .........
f : '"1"; H.n ,,'
rSubdivision (
V. Hulls ; ; t Blocks (77, 78, 79, ...-.' ..'... > ----
.I a
.
of ; SO, LaBelle :V: :
I .
Govei n m e 111 : 'Terrace ...._...... 9 4'3 29 ( r 'S .' CB ::

Lot 11 in Sec Ii: Block D Lot 3 .... Claude E. Marble .155.92"
,J > :
tion 6 and .- \. -/.7'.' ;,... I'.. ', Block Lot 9 .... Unknown ..__..______.............""; 'r '';';92

Gover nIne n t .r. : : r < > : .: f..", mock 9'G, Lot 11 "' '#.. ,, Unknown .......................... .. ... 92 .:
,
Lots 2, 3, 4, in !'. '. '. 'f. ', -;.. I. Block ,H, Lot 9 ... P. D. .Finck ...................... :> .. ...:.92 S3Z ?

Section 7, Lot .;. '. c. ., _. ; <. ; : :; ':'.1" "' Block :H, Lot 11 i_. P. D. Finck --.....................5.5.' ( ::92 ''J. "' :-- -
:
_
26 :................... :- :43; 29'air.? Tillie' Crawford !;:. .; : ::... 4.23 Block III, Lot 20 Mary 1\1. Boas ................... / :92Llock' ; .. aIImt: ..
.
528 of S.Feet E. :;,;n''Si'fy' : { { Q> '. Subdi 89 vis Goodnos ion \'." ,,1.",.": "! ,,'":..'.,;r ','-. #ViJ -
:
V Unknown ............:........ ...:.J. '.t; ,' ,, ;.
Lot 32, Lot 1 .__.......__ ... 9 43 29 ; 1.52 .
528 Feet / Block .95 Goodnos f" ) <

Def to Riv- T-.; t i 'l.! .' Subdivision ...... 9 .43 29 8 W. E. Wood" .............:.... ,...... 6'.54: '
.
Northeast- \ ; Block ;; 103, "Sba- .. .a 1
C8 '
.
along Riv .... .1.0, : :
Lawn ,
lo\ .
Point ( : 00'q:1 1 ..;:. .".I M1,1 PE .:w 'ti.': r. r .J.. ..,I =

North to of Bea .. ...*.,<.....?j f... .. :. :,'...;. ,. .t" r .' vision Court", Block Subdi-B ....., '<..". .. .... .. .. -

'ginning, South > Lot 8 ........__.... 4 43 29 Oliver H. A :ller<'. ......i':.... : +:. '"'2:12 r .-..-,
: ,;; 'A-. 5 '.' ..:.. ..
to Beginning; 1 '.: "Shadow : Lawn --------S.: : .. .... .. ;.: .1 .f. ,' .0
Also Lot 33 in : \ ihi Court" Subdivision _
: .. r "
r i' (' : c, :,
.
L. V. HullsSubdivision ; : Block D '" ? : n ., ,, ':: <,-'"'

of ,,;;>J\-: ;, ): Lot 13 .__......... 4 43 29 Hugh Sheppard ...............;:.: 1.82 -

I Government .'. .. .. ,,'>.. ..., '' .'." '.. '. '. Block! 107 "Palm .. r .. ',.1 <'. ..... CI ,
"" -;: -.I"'J .
I .p/ Lot 11 .............. 7 43. 2915' Unknown .'.';:;<..":: ..:':.:..:........:: St- 6.94 Heig-hts" Block '. :- .. ::

"City of LaBelle" trt' (, ...."." s. '. -J B, 'LoU 10 ........ 9 43 29 ,y. .. .. Geo. A. LaClair- .:: _...:..:._:? t.- .... 1.52 .,. :' ,. -' -, ',-.-

Sections 4, 5, : 'l I 1 'E mock! 111, Lots .. : t ....... '

8, 9, ...........-._. 43 :: '.1' to 30 ............ 9 43 29 Unknown _.................. ... c 3.50 : .
ubdivisrByrds :*..t. ..... ... .
S Block.112. Lots i,..,.
'.. ., ? <:) I..o>..rt." f,,: ei 'f. "
ion of Goodnos ,:'. t..;,, '. 1 to 0'0 ............ 9 43 29 Unknown ;.m........__........ ; 3.50 'J 00 .' ..-'
/ ... .
:7a .
: .J t .1
ion" .
Subdivi ; Block 113 Lots aJ __ ..

t'Block 1 Lots ." : -;. r r .J 1 to 30 '............ 9 43 29 Unknown ...__.'.........::.:...:.:::. ? .. 3:50 5-"

8t tP 12 inclusive -or', ; ':J Ilegimung 50 ... .. .',_. 1 :,' -. .;. .: ." o<. ::

.................. 4--4. 3 0.)9'U n I{novn ,..u..--....:.I--.....:..'...... .. ,. 4.70 Feet West and'r: '. ... : : ; C. : ( ./ :
.
G ............. :....j '." 5.48 :: . '
Lots 13, 14 ........ C. E. Mcafee 25 Feet South ..:.: :.s- .,.. ....: 'it.tf. 8""y : :; ,
-IJ ::
.. : s: -j" -q
,' ; ;; /: 00. \
< -
Block 2, Lots 4 : -
of E. Corner .
;N. .
: .
..
to 7 .::.............. .. '" '. .... .. :'" F. .Watts Hall ...m...::..;..:.. ,, ; 5.83 of Government ."" .:: _: .. .. ... .:.... I. ,a .. : oi-i -0-
'. ; :: : :- j, .. .. . '. '. ." ; ..#;.lh.l..O;' .
'
; _
Block 2, Lots 8 to : Lot 3, South 75 ,>. :; ; .

14 .................... : ; May Byrd Smith ....:.: .. -: 4.26 Feet, West 150 : ..._ :. ::_ .. ... ,'. .r I I.. 1Feet. S 5- "=> .
Subdifi: i> : ; .' <'. .' -.. : .. ., .; i-: ..,...'. .'of in ..: ,.. I..
: : .: :
Goodnos : .r
: ;4 Nortll 75 ,.. ....... .., ,...r'f'" ."1. ltts 'l S .FH >
'

vision 5, Lots of 38 Block, '40 -:.":;.. ,:f r>tia,. .": ..." ';:"j-- !". .. .'; I' ..i';' '';;':i;' : ,. Feet Feet'. t"l.; :.;: ; : :. .: .. .. .. I' \ .- '':"

Less 50 Feet : ; .. r:. ." } ning ................ 5f?43t,29i a A.-LHendrickson: :, Estate ;05BegInnIng Fa'=II( ..
on East end ..,: 4 43 29 Unknown ....................:.::.:". 20.39 755 -.J-:: :<" .._';. I-r.:1': .... 'I' ". ." ....... .... -. ., II .1
... .l r.1"1,, :, .V.J :. : : .A .. .....- ,:.. .;. .
: : : t. : 'oS
Subdivision : .1.-; :
Goodnos I Feet South and .- -...: ... .... I.,, .tT, '. : ... p..I ,
.. .. ,
of Block ..: h: 830 Feet West ') f. I 1f 'n. _
: '.,' (> of.. 0.o ,. I' '-
6 West %, Lots '' N,.. E Corner .,. rt .. "" Hw.U ..d ",j---- '"'. '. .'; F r. :
18, 19 .............. 4 43.. 29 .. Unknown ......................:... 3.39Goodnos of' Government :. :' .r ; ; : .---'
.. .. ... :it-? d'i
'.-< v a', '; 0. i> J ., '. .. ;!:- ,.T.l. l r .:
Subdi- :. / Lot 3, West :a : '. '1147(41,( ,#(" "' ji'' ':'," vision of Block : i..J .. =
6 West l& Lots ; ': 'J.;. .S 120 Feet ; s ;: :: : -t : ; ter : (, ; "r-
North to Riv-
; :et- ; --t } --,

Goodnos-24 to 26 Subdivision ..__...-.__ 4 .43' 29 Unknown :...................:.'..'j..j.;....., .:..; 3.3 River, East to along Point : ; : :. i : : _/- :; ?,r.- :: ; 'r ,....tu !:>

.
of Block '. :;,' r" North of Begin:5.: rning 'u _
6 S. E. L Lots ,:. ; ,.... ; ,, ,.
; South to ali.

I 3 to 7 .............. 4 43: 29 Unknown ; .. 3.3,I Beginning; ........ 5- .43:', 29. ;: s .. ,.yp.l.lown' .. :....:.:::... 15.9' Q.;) -=..

I Jones and Lara'k ttr. --'';.'" Riviera Vista Subdivision : ; "" -
: ...... ., I .
1 : IlSrU
I 0 bees Subdivis- ,, .:' : : I of East ."-j ,: qf .

1 ion of Block 7, 'r"" :1.- 14 ,Acres of > : i _.: ,. :;; .. rGovernment .V..'
,
Block A, Lots 3 j. ,, .... I. i. ( J' .

to ,20' inclusie.. 4 43 29 Lillian 'Miller ...?..:;........ ; 3G4Block Lot,. 1, Block ...,,,; .. '" f ; } ='

I 8 Nest 1h.. 4 "43'' : .29 j. Unknown.. .. ..........;........:.....- 1.67 F, Lot 1 .......... 5 43 29 AnnIe Warr ...................... '2.42 Q.) .
.
.
., ,, ,
I Bloch. 8, West % :: Riviera VistaSubdivision ". :1 : -- .

of East 1J. ........ 4"43'29 C. 'E. Mcafee ...............: !:.: .. 1.97 of I" '.: ;
.. .. ..
.:. l'
I :
Block 16 Lots 8 -r'
.. d' East 14 Acres : .
9 .......__............. 4' 43 '29 Unknown ......................: .. 1.22 of Government ';" :'!' : '''' '''': -

Block 16, Lot 10 4' '43" '29'Norman Warriner ............ 1.12 I Lot 1, Block '. ...:...1 ... .,
,
.
Block 16, Lot 11 4 43. '."29. .Unknown .......................... 1.22r F Lot 2 ... 5 43 29 Louise McCowin Coakley ." 2.42. t
.' .. ..1 .. mm. ,.
Beginning 50 "Howards Addition" ,.... .,.. ... 'J I. ;1' I tI
Feet North of .oj .. .j J. *? J. :: U. .. A Subdi-
S. W. Corner ; '. S ,. "' r '' I .IU ti
c vision of 4 Acres f
.
.
of .I.: .J ; .
Block 23; t'.I. in"est i
... ... ..
North 85 Feet < "" "
,
Part of Government -
: .. .. .. :. 'f f tf
East 180 Feet, ? : I 'J Lot 1, "'

South 135 J .' .' f. .... S Block A, Lot 5 5 43 2& Minnie Hammock ......:.:... 2.72 \
Feet, West 50 : >:" / ." J :: ;
t'. "Lynn High\ I
,
II
Feet, North 50 Pon*," Subdi-; ... ,.1.. ; ? .. .. .n.. : ;, ;, ; I
: ,. l 'J
'
.,
Fee.t.'Vest 130 J ; '
.. ... .... t': ....'. vision Beginning I
Feel to Begin- > j '.c. r; '.I' .: .. : . 'J !
at a Point ?;
ping ..__.............. 4 43 29 W. H. Reynolds ....:......... ;. \ 5.74 50 Feet West .
East lk of West '" "f :. .. 0'fAPoint7851 : .. 1j

1h of N. E. J Feet South "ofN. .. ', '

of Block 23 .... 4 43' 29 Jennie Clark ...............::..... .. .. 4.14 E.. Corner ..,.....?,, . : .. .. .. S ,
Block 29 .............. 4 43 29 Unknown ...:..........:..........:;. I. 6.24 I of Section 5, 10' l j5

Block 30 .............. .4" 43" 29 .J'T.-l\IurDhy. .... ........... 6.24 South 235 Feet, 'J '-' I.

Block 32 .............. 4.. 43 29 :Unknown ......................; 4.72 West 150 Feet, "' :.' ....
Block 37 High- .. .. .. .. . ,. : .. ... ,'{ ,:..
V South 300 Feet,
S .
land Heights : '1 I ;-
West 300 Feet, S
.. "
; '
;
Subdivision, North 535 Feet, .. ..... .. I I .. .. "
Lots 8, 9. ........ 4 43 29 O. H. and Jennie King '..:. 1.82 East 450 Feet, 0 -
.
... : .' 'j ', .' ,
'
Block 41 Bush .c.
Block 1, Lots .

Subdiviston m' 12, ........__...... 5. 43 29. .. .R.. N. Miller.... ,........,.......:....: J0.18
Lot 1 .............. 4 43 29 J. l\I. l\Iagill. ....__............;... 1.52 "Lynn H'igh i 5 '::1 '- V
.. .
'
Block 41 BushSubdivision Point"vision Subdi- :
.
,
-- '
Beginning ..
Lots 17, 18 ..__ -1 43 29 J. 1\1. l\Iag11l .................... ..2.27'Dlock .: _) at a Point .". ., ,; .
42 Aiken :., '
50 Feet West
.. ..
.. .. .... .". .n. '. I. '- >

f .. ,
1










5 ., ..: ;; .. :i't; i.; ,t;: ,
5 i,.." ;,;. :,d;.; ;; .i.I.: <:t ; %



," ;Z: ; t. -"-r-t' 7" ', ,; 'U; y,. "r" :_,." ... .+;.w :,. ", ,;. : -.. ': TH '"0 Z. ,. 0 .. '.r-R '.
,,, = ": : : :.S a : '
: \> ,;'/ <"! ":7 : :' : C5-::::.:<: j"' f-. : : ,: ,
: .


t.

., "
""-
THE
-f"7 CLEWISTOX
PAGE TWO NEWS SECTION TWO.

-

a of A Point 785 Beginning 132 .
I Feet South of .. Feet South of
N. E. Cornerof I N. E. Corner ,
Section 5, : I of S. E. H of "
South 235 Feet, S. E. % of S. '. fA,
West 150 Feet, W. K of N. E. WJ
South 300 Feet, J/i, South 66 .
West 300 Feet, Feet, West 330 .
'
North 535 Feet, '.".. ", .,;... ,,,.. Feet, North 66 '. '
East 450 Feet, Feet East 330
Block 2, Lots << Feet to Begin-

21, 22 .............. 5 43 29 Unknown ..?...*.." 8.76"La.Belle ning ................ 17 43 29 ,.. '.5 Unknown ........................... 4.22 .
Paik", East Vs of 1 Acre -
A Subdivision Run East and -
S of, Beginning >ssw' West across ,'. ," ;,
at Point 1347 South side of -
t Feet South and -, Y S. W. ii of S. ;r.: -

:; 1748 Feet West tM W. ]4 of S. W.: ,' "j '," '. ,. ..;:r; >< >.f<-. .
:\ of N. E. Corner rL" 3of N. E. U .. 17 43. 29, "r'. '.5 .Unknown..>.. 7::;.:.; ..:.:.... ::.. ": ',: ''2.72
; Section 5, ,',, South % of S. W.V ;? x.
t
; < West 892 Feet, ,;;';' ': jL"Soutli of S. W. U "'
: 1301 ,''. : -. .i. ': _
a ; of N. E. % less r

-" ,. Feet 892 Feet,,Feet East, > :, t'' i ; ,, : East Across% Acre and South West Run -\' _ti, ti "

if A ; :

-.{..:""".. North 660 660 -j: ;d'' : "Lnckejs Side ...Subdi-........... 17 43 29 4.5 Unknown. I............".'. .. ....... ,i*;'*, 3'47,. .

,. to Point of w' visioii" 4
':: of East ; -
'
ginning, Block. ' % of X. E. Vt
ft ...._ 5 '432 .: Elizabeth G. Wolford .... .
2, Lot 6.m. ;: 6.02 of X. E.t -._ 17 43 29 '. ...' '.; .
''. 'V. ;. : "LaBelle Park", + Block 1, Lots 10, .'- :- .-' .:.'

A Subdivision ; .}E a:;.. 11Block .................. '. D. McLaughlin:- ..;....... : .' 1.22
of, Beginning 1, Lots 12, :;-; .
at Point 1347 :- ., 13Block ....... ........ ,; : .
.m. ; Ray C. Hull ..........::...:.... 1.22
Feet South and 1, Lots 14, .". ,.:::.:

.. ., 1748 Feet West V 15Block .................... .' : ,. ..r. UnknownUnknown .............. .. 1.22
-' of N. E. Coin 2, Lot '20 .'. ,- ........;...-..:..:.::::..:.: :.92
'- er Section 5, Block 3, Lots 14, ., -'..-
o ,, West 892 Feet, A' 15Block ..............m.... )." Ray' C. Hull ........... 1.22
: -''''''''
<' South 1301 4, Lots 1, ',' ,. :.
yam.:.. Feet, East 1552 +' "y_, '" 2,12, 13 ... .... :; .. Granville Crawford ........ '- .79 .
Feet, North "Fa\ois( Subdi- .; --.;;a."
Q) 660 Feet i t % of X. "'. Vi .>
." ."' North 660 Feet ''. of X. E.Jh ._...... 17 13: 2' '
to Point of Beginning ;{ South 80 Feet off ..-:../, : -
Block Lot 4 '
.
o 4, Lots 12, 13.. 5 :43 29'- ':LenoraC.... Kopp *: ..:....:.. : '6.02 Lot 5South ....:::::::::::::: -: ':.: ,> : Mary Cochran' ...::::::: ::::::: ;. -1.16:.49 -

LaBelle Par!:", >i Lot 30 t. ,--.j.t : Franklin" Wilkinson, Jr...__ .. .92
-== A Subdivision tot 57 "..:.""......' .. ;' -,C., C. Cochran --.. .........: .49
of, Beginning 9, 10, .::: :::? : ._ _:. .
at Point 1347 "Booths Sub- .- ., i. : ..' : ;'. "
Q) Feet South and ., division" East \ .' (- :. .' ; r : .? ;', s: : ., .:. ; '
<
:
.', 1748 Feet West Vs of N. W. *4 : ; ;: /"' "
0? .
OJ) 'of N. E. Corner of N. W. % of Y) :': '.
Section 5, N. E.J4 and '
p4 = West 892 Feet, North % of S. r { ; } :
r South 1201 W. 14 of N. W. .; -" -,: :y :; ; \: : ;
<,
o( a! Feet, East 1552 ,,L f' ..' % of N. E. 1,4... 17 43 ,. 29V,. tC.:; C.:: .Cochran' .: :.::.:; .!.::::'... f 3.32


:. [ J .. North 892 Feet 660 ,Feet 660 North Feet, West Feet, r' :;' '-''. Lots"J4 N."to W.East Sub 30 Uof ; 7" -: '

: .t -0It: 0Itp-p tif!
.
r..,.. to Point of Beginning asx W. U ofN. :1 !rof r-
Block ,- > \. .' .' > "- > .._ '' .' -- '4 and

., J 00 '.". Andrews 4, Lots Addition 17 to 24 5 43 .29'. Lenora" C. Kopp. >':'.-..::..::..... 6.77 W. of"e N.of W.S.

r to LaBelle Park G 4339Block 54 N. E. V ..17 43 29 ', '/, Cr' C. :Cochran_:"::r.:: ::;.t-<":::.\.. 4.84
'
J .. 8, Lots 12, Lots 1, Royal -

13, .................. Unknown .......................... 1.22 Palm ; Estates (tEt'r'l: ; ;:; 0i'
rm j Block 8, Lots 24, No. Subdi : :

25 .................. Unknown ....:.......... .........:. 1.22Block vision" of West :;' ,:: :', -. ''t- ', '."' ,:-"
fI9 9, Lots 10 '. % of West ,4 "
'
.'' to 15 ................ ; Q Unknown .mu."m.... 1.97Block of N. E. 'A of -' : : ?, :: :A
M 9, Lots 16, .. N. W.4 Except : \ ;.... ,.. ',' ; ; : ; ; '.
jrtw 17 .................... ': :,'" C. J. KirkUnknown ............'......:..... "'1.22Block 2 Acres .. 17 43 ',- 29 ,-- ., Lenora 'C. Kopp --:.:,.:": : _' :'3.02
--
9, Lot 22 : ........................... .92 Lot "Royal : -'
Government Lot '. .' Estates : .
cs 5 :
6 ...................... 5 43 29 39 H. Stannard Estate .......... 11,87Lot No. 1 Subdi : : ; ,?, '
t 1 160 Feet by ;:-- ;7' g" of West : : !-r &
25 Feet in "Av- % West Jof /
0'"I alon Place"Subdivision ,; .: E. V of s
,
of 4 N. & Except '
"to Lot '1 of Ea.st. 'r. 'I'I' 2 Acres ..17 43, 29 ;); ; ;!,Came Yeager_'_L;:,' ,:=::;",',;' : 3.02..
V-2 of N. E. tt .. 8 43 29.Unknown. ..:-..:.....::............. 3.94 44 to 48, Ro- *" *W:--A r\ -?_ +

= LaBelle Heights, .. ... ,., ._ ."': i jal Palm Estates ti ,
: A Subdivisiqn "<", .' '...' IoSubdivision". 1 !
;
U '
of Lots 10, 11, ,'.- '. ,":: of ; '''
.
:, > of East % of N. '. ? : : '. <. .:.. West Vs ofWest1 i 1t-j : t-i ; tI

'i', h ElUclmont"//& *............. 8 43 29 .'. ." J.. W. Gallagher .;..::........ 'I' 2.12 of N. E. : :
{1.) Sub- E7 '. H of'N. W.: Vi f t1 -

Q' diision 0 f -. y., ,, Except 2 Acies 17 13 29, .t" .:", Lenora_ .' C., opp;:;..'f'.:......7C:.(';:,.. *.';<3.02
West Vs of X.M. .t Lot 8 '
Royal '
\' Vi .. 8 43 29 ,, Palm Estates '.. .;= t '
....,. Block 1, Lot.m..mm 9 .... W. D. : Hoffman ..:..m..m.. .92 No.: :5 Subdi !; ; a : : ;- ;5 r j"j"of
... i. Block 5; Lots' 3, vision" of West f {i -': rif. E

'" ) 4 ...................... W. D. Hoffman ................ 1.22Block Vs of West % ,
t" '.. 7, Lot 1 .... E. T. Lindsey .........:..:'..... .92 S.V.. H of ._ % _fc ,
:;::j "' Block 11, Lot'14 Annie Muller .................... .92 S. E. Vi ..- ---..... 18 43 '29'tr'*< i\";W. H. Cassels-.j--..':'.. *,.=; :2.72
.". Block 12, Lot 1 ., E. T. Lindsey .......:........... .92 Block 3, Lots 13, '1
"f
'\.'. Block 12, Lots ..... (; 14, "Royal
,
,:. 23, 24 ............ '. '. w5 E. T. Lindsey................. 1.22 Palm Estates
:
,
.
A Block 15, Lots 1, :: '-,"' = Nb. 7 Subdi- *- \
2 ....m............... -', ; Amanda and Alsada Ed- vision of West ->. *
a_ '.' :'. : wards ............................ 1.52Block V2 of East V of
.
,
16, Lot 2 ',' ,,;;: ;' : Unknown .......................... .92 S. W. % of S.
;. .4IIIf"\ Block 16, Lots t -' E. '4 .............. 18 43 29 Unknown ...:.. :... : .... : .' 5.02
"" 10, 11 ............ :: C. A. HiersUnknown ...............:...... 1.22 "E\clyn Teirace" '
Block 16, Lot 24 ./,...:," .......................... .92 A Subdivision .:, ,. :r'.: ,
..4, E Block 17, Lots .' of S. E. % of ', :' ,:, -... V
.' .. 1 to 4 """'-"." ",:, / ; : .t' .; _Grace Fog ..... ................ 1.22 S."r.. Vi ........ 18, 43 ,. 29 -
: .
Block D, Lots 1. '- ..,r:,:;; : "; -.' Lot 22 ................ Geo. A. Velie Co. ............ .92
Lot 66 ,,"............ Geo. A. Velie Co. ............ .92
'U' r ace", : Lots 116 to 119 .-... "' Geo. A. Velie Co. ............ .. .92
1;. .ji Lot 160 ........__.... '" Unknown .......................... .92
tif.r! \ Geo. A. Velie Co. ............ .92
H of F..; K Lot 215 '......m..... f '.:.,' :'::" ,'.., '. Geo. A. Velie' Co. ............ .92
; y< .............. .::". --. '
t of S. Lot 228 ; ". Geo. A. Velie Co. ..:......... .92
\ ; 'i 29h''.' ': ,. .. ... .... .... '-- '*' r''. "'
E. m..m 8 43 'Uailroad.ni.cht: : of wav 5.30- Lot 229 : Louise P.. Abott- .uuuun'n.-... .. "09
Block D, Lots 9 ,_ r. "U Beginning at %{=
to 38, "Engle- = Point 190 Feet : 4 .
wood Teirace" : ": / South of N. W. "f ;
a Subdivision "'' ? "r\\ "i CornelN, W. :, i;,: < '

of East '6 of M:i % East 210 -a'. ,"j;
S. W. U of Y Feet, South / -
North % of S. :. ..' ',.: .' 210 Feet, West ,
E. Vi .............__ .8 43 29'nailroad Right : of-.way .. 24.94 210 Feet,
North Vs of S. E. .: .'. ---: North 210 Feet
Vi ofN.W. Viand .- to Beginning .. 18 43 29, Harry. W.: Fleming, ........:.:, '-/,' 3.86
North % -' ",/ N. E. K of S. W. ..-" :- ,. '_ y. .
.
and S. E. % of _' J/i except 4.8 ."', :. ,- ,
S. W. % of N. Acres in N. E. '; J'. ', ; .
W. # ............._ 12 43 29 150 Carrie Slieeley ..:.....:......... IS.45 Corner and N. <: '. .
i N. E. % of N. E. -, W. 5i of S. E. .

% of N. W. Viand -. ..: '-. ...................... 18 43 29 75 Mis. Win. Messer .....:....... 6.6S
North V : West % of West ,
of S. E. }4 of %. 6 44 29 137 Fred A. Galbraith "......... 9.51 ...
.c N. E. V4 of N.W. All West of Railroad -- '

% .............. 14. 43 29 15 Lee 'Yeomans .................... 3.94 I Right of .,
East % of S. E. Way Except 4 .,
V of N. E. U '. ," I Acres ................ 2444 29 479 Standard Lumber Com-
of N. E. 1 4 '..... 14 43 29 5 Unknown ...........:.............. 1.52 pany .............................. 153.60
South % and N. 5 Acres in N. W.
E. Vi and Corner of N. -
South % of N. W. % of S. E.
W. % and N. % (110 Yards
E. & of N. W. East and WestX
; ...................... 16 43 29 600 Geo. 11. Geary, Adminis- 220 Yards
trator .. 93.30 North and '
"




I



,.
. ''-'": -=----, ---"-- L'.a; r.. t Y!rh N-...,. ,' ," -,.-- __FK.4vY,...'...-... "... -,. n.'W. -



., t'T 7 :;:" : ''{ "'!1'r". > :av,. ,. 'Co'r..__, "" -V'--.
:. : : ::"' ;;' ;; {; :7> 0 :; ;:; .. ; .





SECTION TWO TIlE CLEAVISTOX: 'NEWS rr PAGE THREE

-
-
-
V
South) .. ............ 17 45 29 5 Unknown .......................... 3.02 S. ,\'\. % of S. -
W. 14 of S. W. "
All that Portionof .
% and East to
S. E. 14 of j
of S. E.J4 of -
S. E. 14 of N. -
S. E. 14 of S.

_! West E. 'Lying of High- W. 14 .............. 10 43 33 20 Unknown ._ ...................... 8.48 .' .

way ..._....:........ 20 45 29 8 Unknown .......................... 2.42N. East '-2 of N. E. ,
W. 14 .............. 20 15 29, 160 Hurd L. Reeves .............. 5.52S. I 14 of S. W. 14 .. 11 44. 33 20 Nora D. Goff .................... 5.94

W. 14 of S. W. "Lincoln Square :.
14 and South > ',' Pailc:: No. t.. ,, -
'!: of N. W.' 14 C .. Subdivision ofEast '
of S. W. 14 and % ............ 33;: 47 3:3: ..
North to of S. Block 14, Lots .
E. ?4 of S. E. 30, 31 ............ :. Clifford Tilman ................ 1.22
-
'4 Less 2 Acresin Block 15, Lots '

N. E. Corn- -R, -, 29 to. 48 ........ Unknown ....'................. ..... 1.97
.' ,: : .',.' *":..: ; ; : ,<\:" '. '. Lots ..
er and S. E. 14: '"* .*' >-" V '.. -,- .JL .-, -;, : I Block 16,
of S. E. 14 of ;' ;: .; ,f:' .' '\r: : ; : :. ;' ;: '. ; 36, 37 ............ J. P. and Sallie. Weaver .. -- 1.22
; .
S. E. 14 ..........27 45'" 29' 88. Hurd-L.Re.eves... ...... :..:.;::: 6.51 Block 55, Lots :- '. := .
Beginning N. E. : i ,.': .:......' .... :< : ::4 .' I 11, 12, 37, 38 :" Unknown .................. ....... '1.22'
.
.
:
Corner S. E. 14 ...' ;.- ,. r : I "Lincoln Square .'- I.'' .
of S. E. li y -- ..:' .'; I Park No.Subdivision. 2" '>.'. ., '-
... of '
West 140 :kor 1'-
Yards, South : -',' : 'r ._ .. ; .1 '. West. te of ...___ 33;: 47 ,' 33
70 Yards, East J -, ..' -' .1...' '. ..:CJ'.t, Block 18, Lot 30, Daisy McElwain ...........:... .. .92. I
140' Yards, : "';. :>.; Block 18, Lots '
North 70 Yards .' .. .-: : {? ,;.: 38, 39 ............ Remmer Griffin .............. 1.22 I
to Beginning .... 27 45' 29 2 John Nee .:..........;..::...... .::.. 2.89 Block] 25, Lot 8 Homer Stevenson ............ .92
West to of N. E. : -... r:. /.$-...::,. Block 36, Lots

J4 of S. E. H .. 28 45 29 iO -- A. M. Lowery ,-,L.: .;X: ".:- 1.97 25 to 27 .......... Mary Toney........:............ 1.22"Garfield
: : : Park"Subdivision
Beginning 947 p
5 3: w,4

Feet Highway West of of 14 '-p >, ': ? ;, ., .,;; I I N. E. \\ .......of....... 9 48 33' ., : .

Section Line : .rP Block 6, Lots "" "
.
of N. E. '4, '- i ).hi 3. 21, 22 .... :- ", Wm. .J. Trapp .................. 1.22
Lots .. .
V"r
Run West to -.. Block 20 '_ -'
S. W. Corner :' 'F 41, 42 ..... .:! Roy Hines ........................ 1.22
of N. W. 14 of LH. S Block 22, Lots .::'' ;" '
N. E. %, North -=> 1 2. .......__....... : R. F. Anderson .............. 1.22 ..
to Section Block 26, Lot 48 :::: ,; Unknown ...__................-..:.. .92 I

Line, East to Block 38, Lots ; ,: .
o j Highway h...",,, .,, ,'i. . + 37, 38 ............ ; ;../'Y' Mary Mack .........;:.:..;...:. 1.22
South 846 Feet ;, ::': ': 'I Block 8, Lots 1 .. .1 .' '

Along Highway ;:; :' :'i< .1, : ,"t: z (' to 5, Fold Center .. ... ..' .V .
S. W. 947 1 ': : } Subdivision '. .. .: ..., ....-_ < ',....'.. ... 8

Feet, South 174 ., : : ,: ," ". ? !:' <::<' ', of N. W. 14 ...... 10 48',33 Unknown : .:............;:.:...;. :. : 1.82..
.
of Feet Beginning to Point'.... 29 45 29 60 L. C. .Sumner- Estate: ., ..::.''-.::. 7.27 Beginning Feet East 6 and ; ; i ,J(% : ;: : :1 '

275 Feet North j
j S. 14 W.: and?4 of S. N.E. E.14 _. ::.-'":.':,:.:';..' of S. W. Corn's; : { :. F=i
,
1 of N. W' 14 .... 34 45 29 80 Unknown .............:....::::.,:;:' 6.84 er Section 14, V :" 0'..:;'. +d
: North 100 .: : :'.... .
South to of S. E. :: ". :
Unknown ...... .... .. .......... 5.53N. Feet East 130 V : :!: "'-:
i 14 ...................... 34 45. 29 80 :,, : ;; "
W. 14 of N. E. : : ;0...." / ..,. Feet' South '. : __ '' ? / ''
:
14 and N. W. ., .. ..: ,. 100 Feet, West .,. .",; (' .>:. '.:.....-::. ? :. .. :" :: ,' : .'. .!. .,.",., .:. :' 0" .... ..

14 of N. E., 14 -,'." '':.' '..". '.' .' ..,' '':'c.- I.[ 130 Feet, to 0 ... ,. .: ;-t.,...),:./V;.. J'
: ,
Point of Beginning : '7f rV' .
of N. E. 14 andS. ; '
v. '4 of N. << ;;.i'x .................. 14 43 34 V .5 L. L. L'owe'.....:...... ;.:::t : ': 3.92 II ::3
; 0 .
.
-. { '
: .
W, 14 and .. N. E. 14 of N. E. -"
South to of S. .", V ... .. .'*,. .. 4 of S. W. U .. 23 43 34 10 Carl D. Johnson ........L: 4.42
E. li of N. W. \. : S. E.ji of N. W. .-. .

14North ...................... 16 43 30 110 Unknown :......:.............. ...:... 10,16. J4 of S. E. 14 .. 23 42 34 10 Unknown .................:....:... .6.12
to and S. E. 14 of S. E. : .... .' ,-..:. ). .

South to of. S. r2 ,1 : J4 of S. W. 14 ..23 43 34 10 Unknown. ............. .. :': : ; .>. .6.12
W. % ................ 22 47 31 400 Fla. Timber Lands Corp.. 17.50 East to ef East to .. : .
of S. E.J4 of .. ; :! :
N. W. 14 of N. E. :; : fl r. E
14 Lying South N. W. 14 and : I.
of Highway... 7 43 32 20 Unknown ...............:........: 4.72 East to of N. E. .. c .:
S. E. 14 of N. W. 14 of N. W. _14 .. 24 43 34 30 Clewiston Corp. .........:: .:. .. ,. 18.80 fD"! II ) .'.

34 .................__... 6 44 32 40 J. C. Woolridge ...........:.. 6.54 East % of N. E. ',VV i (B-
S. W. V of N. W. ., J4 of N. W. li .. 1 44 34 20 Ernest H. May.............:. :. 5.94 pcj :

li ...................... 6 44 32 40 H. E. Woolridge ...........:: 6.54 East. to of N. W. -''- o
S.W.ofN.E. 1of N. W. 14 .. 13 44 34 20 George Wuest .............:...:. ,. 5.94 :

. .... ,4 ................___... 6 44 32 40 F.-T.: Woolridge ........:....::..: 6.54 East ', of N. W. .. ,
I t 'North 1of N. W. \.. :.' .- .. .. ,;.::; .:" J4 of N. E. 14 .. 17 44 34 20 Edw. M. Sturgis .....:....::::,:', 7.07
i 7 Ji and East to :; ; ,'.,.." .''': West to of S.W. ..: '.:'
of N. E. 14 and '\" "'.t" :", ':',- '"' : ,...: .- r ':'. '. .: JA of N. E.Ji ..17 44 34 20 Robert H. Shields ..........:;... 7.07 pm=!
North to of S..f ., East to of S. E. .
':' : '4 of S. E. 14 .. 29 44 34 20 Nora D. Goff ................ .;:. 4.26 U
K''R : :;:,;, ;r :;' :"' Lt 4/ N. WkJi of N. W. f -- :. .;
0 ; '; >' ?4 of N. E. 14 ., -V.

S. E. 14 ............ 6' 44 32 320 Unknown:.. : .:.:: .;.- :......... v- 25.09 and S. E. 14 of': ,.' .:3:.: .
.
"W .. ,, ..
: ? S.v.. 14 S. "-' "
South to and N. : .0 :: of 1. ) .
E. 14 and East '. ... :' E. 14 ................ 1 45 .34 20 A. R. Stewart. ,.......:....:.: .. 6.84N.
to of N. W. 14 8 44 32 560 Unknown.-. :: :. 38.81 E. "4 of N. E. : :-
East to of S. E. --:, 'f;,. '. 14 of N. W. ?4.. 1 45 34 10 Unknown ...............::....;:;.. 3.58
.
V .
'4 and N. W. S. E. 'of: N. E. : soGO
.
14 of S. E. 14 .. 22 44 32 120 Unknown ..\...............::....:. 9.89 H of N. W. ',4.. 1 45 34 10 S. A. Owens .................. .. : 3.58
..
South to of N. E. '. "- N. E. ?4 of S. E. .

Vi and N. E. % 14 of S. W: 14 .. 1 45 34 10 W. G. Gordon ................... 3.58 S
of N. E.J4 ...... 22 41 I 32 120 Unknown ........................:. 9.89 N. W. 14 of S. W. E
North to of N. W. -C :' I 3of S. W. 14 .. 1 45 34 10 J. H. Bin'en ..................... 3.58))
li and N. W. 14 Easti of N. E.
of N. E. 14 ...... 22 44 32 120 Edith Gillman ..............:..:' 9.89N. 14 of N. W. li .. 5 45 34 20 S. Pickman Mann Estate '. 4.26
W. ',i of S. W. '."-;" East to of S. '. V -V
.
Ji and North to -1.r 14 of N. W. 14 .. 5 45' 34 20. Chas. A. Camalier ......:... : 4.26
of N. E.t of .' :: -..... (. West to of S.V.. .' .' : '

S. W. 14 .......... 32 44. 32 60 Unknown ........,;. ....... ':. 8.66N. 14 of S. E. 14 .. 5 45 34 20 J. W. Rhodes ..........-.. 'u... 4.26 I'
E. '4 of S. E. : .' ', ;::,;y?;{..;"-:. East % of N. E. :. .'. .,
"I .....m.............. 32 44 32 40 S.. L. Spicei ........:.:..:::::'::; ._ 6.54 14 of S. E. li .. 9 45 34 20 Minnie Boetcher ............ ..;.. 4.26
!
{ S. !f'I.4 of N. W. : .. ... :';;: .f4._ /" E. 1of N. W. 'V '- V
! ...................... 34 44 32. 40. Unknown, ...............:.. ..:;-.'.;: 3.50 IS.I 'of N. E. J/4 .. 13 45 34 10 Chas. A. Gamaliel ............: (.,.V 3.581 I
Block 8, Lots .:- '. : .., : S. W. % of S. E. :.
: 26, ot; ....: ;. __ :. .(.,r.:;. i... :,:Jatf.. H: of N. E. H .. 13 45 34 10 R. F. Lownes ...............:.: 3.58
dence City Sub '..- ... ..; ,.,' :' ';;;%:X:: : East y> of N. E. :..<
division" of S. : 0 '; ).::::7;'. : % of N. W. 'i .. 17 45 34 20 D. C. Williams ..............:: 4.26 E
W. 14 and West n.' ': '\:'.. East to of N. W. i

." to of S. E. 14 .. 34 44. .32 .r.,,. W.. M. Bradley'. ;....:....:.;t.::. 2.42r 1of N. W. H .. 17 45 34 20 Unknown .......... ............. .. 4.26
: Block 27, Lot 11, :;.t '::- West to of N. E.

"Providence .. ; .','''' >." 14 of S. E. '4 .. 17 45 34 20. Unknown .......................... 4.26
" City Subdivis- ':.: .. :', : :.. :..{ West % of N. W. "

I ion" of S. W. .., .- ': :: i" >,, ' Ji and West to West to of S. W. '
of S. E. li........ 34 44 32' ''':' .... Nancy Mitchell .": .... : :: 2.42Dl ?4 of S. E. li .. 17 45 34 20 Peter H. Hoener ............ 4.26
4, Lots 24 ** West to of N. W. '..

to 30, "Gar- 14 of N. E. 14 .. 21 45 34 20 John Hovendon ................. 4.26 .
field City Subdivision L? ;f ;: ; S. E.1 of N. W. .

of S. E. ." Land ,;' t I II 14 of N. E.J4 ..25 45 34 10 Jacob Fruch .:.................. 2.74
14 of N. E. 14 S. E. V 4 of N. W. -
*
East to of 14 of S. W. % .. 25 .45 34 10 Geo. G. Renneker ..:......... 2.74
I S. E. 14 ............ 34441. :-32 Unknown''. -....:.... ...:.::: .". 2.72Block North '4 of West -
: :: : : :
.
.
, 5 Lots 21 li J4 ,
'. ;' .- ; "',' :" of N. E
; to 24, "Gar- .. ,. ; '.''''-.7 ::' :_: i'i of N. E. 14 -... 33 45 34 5 W. .T. Little .................... ,1.52S.
i field City Sub- ; J :'.."'ti;-' ::. : W. li of S. W. ( -
:
-
division" of S. ; .Jd'i I 14 of N. W. 'i .. 1 46 34 10 N. Scott ............................ 2.74
''i E. ?4 of N. E. S. E. U of S. E. I

14 and East to 14 of N. E. 14 .. l' 46 34 10 L. B. Fox ....................... 2.74
;r t of S. E. 14 ........ 34 44 32 .Annie Collington .............. 2.72 S.W.34ofS.E.
i N. E. 14 of N. E. J4 of SV.. 'i .. 1 46 34 10 Unknown .......:_................. 2.74
.
Ji and S. W. 14 West yj of N. W. '

of N. E. 14 of 14 of S. E. 14 .. 1316 34 20 William Mayfield ............: 4.26
N. W. 14 and East 'of N. W.
[
f East to of N. J4 of N. W. 14 .. 2516 34 20 Margaret S. Dwyer ........... 4.26
W. 14 of N. W. West Aof S. E. '

jand N. W. 14 of N. E. 14 .: 25 46 34 20 Abram S. Woodward. ........ 4.26
, '.4 of N. W. '4 i "Towns o f -
'
of N. W. 'i and Cleuiston" '

East to o fS. W. Block 17, Lots 1, V .

'i of N. W. 14 2Block, ...................... .10 43 31 Anna M. Hopkins :........... 2.50
of N. ,,"\. 14 ...... 35 45 32 85 Stafford Luckey .............. 6.4 7 r 27, Lots 1,

N. E. 14 of N. E. 2. ...................... 10 43 34 Anna M. Hopkins ........:... 1.74
i of N. 'W. li .. 35 45 32 10 Unknown ..........,................ r 1.2:2 Block 139, Lot 12 10 43 34 Cora A. Keller ................ 1.18
East to of S. W. Block 139, Lot 13 10 43 34 E. J. Keller ..................... 1.18
% of S. W. 3i Block 160, Lots .

of S. E. 14 and 25, 26 .............. 10 43 34 The Clewiston Company.. 2.50 .
West to of S. 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 34 Unknown .......................... 3.02
and West to of Block 167 Lots




ot





r
.. ..



.' ---; A "" ? "'."r" : .' -7--Yr'C., ':" '. ': "'' :.:-:'.--; .""" .. '. -. ? '." r.
: :
,, m-1 Y : :"t. .
.. ,
j "- .
.
; : T' .
; ., \ '
'
". .' "" .: <,' : .
:. .. :" -, ; : ": '-' :" ': : : ;: : :: -/ /-:; \:


.
;s1SS3Y 7r f.'
nn.. FOUR TIlE CLEWTSTON NEWS I 7 > I SECTION TWO. I ,
---- ---


35, 26 .............. 10 43 3.4 The: Clewiston Company. 2.50 11 .................._. 15 43 34.." n. B.. Martin 1.48 1 "' : J ..'
: Block 369, Lots .... .
Block U, 20 173,.....Lots......... 10 43 34 ,' F. L. Williamson ............ 12.40 2, 3 .................. 15 43 -z4'n' : I.n I '
q" Block 369, Lot 6 15 43 t,34 : : Let T : :
Block 21 ....173......,.....Lot....... 10 43 3.t _" 'Elbert L. Stewart ?.......... 7.43 Block..369. Lots.- ..I. ; uf: ; : ; .
Block In, Lot' .: 13 to 16 --........ 15 43 34 ,. ? : H..:, 1 ., '._ .
...._.............. 43 34 Unknown t ...;; 1.48, Block,. a6R, .ot.t _, .. ... '\
.. 10 0. ;"
;Jock 24 176, Lot 2 10 4334 J. Y. Shaslcy ...................- '. 1.18 17 I __...........:.......15 r43' .. 34' >1 '. I I '. I. X14 ,
; Block 369. Lot ""'1':;'
oak 176, Lot ........... .... ..____............_. ... ,
............._..... 10 43 31 Unknown. .......... 1.48 24 15 43 34 ,:
; I Block 371, Lot 1 15 43 34 1' u S ;
Block 176, Lot ..................... 7.43 Block 374, Lot ;" :: NEB :
.. ....,............... 10 43..34 Tom Skelly 215 43 .34. .
( t } .. Block; 378, Lot l t
:
Block 195, Lot .... ...:..........u... n. 1.48Dloclc :' __...... 10 4..4 '. .: .
..........._.._.._.. 10" 43 34 A.1Alger .n..m. .
23 Block' '. ..,
........ I :
10 43 34 E. J. Malone ...00....... 1.18. 383. Lot. ;;
201, Lot 6 "2'4 :__................. 15 43 34 :. .. .;. =-
Dlock-
14 .202....., .....Lot..._...' ..9 43 34 0 1\[. 1\1. Conway............sl '',;."1.48nlock .' Block .403. Lot 4 15 43 = '34 "b ., .... .,
; } Block 410, Lot.
:
16 .202............Lot......- !9) 43 34 L. H. DOl'sey ......00.......... 1.48 __ .11 j___................ 15 43 ".34 -; ; : i :i Fjiir] .. 'J'i .
Lot 3 9) 43 34 G. Coffey -............:............ 1.18 Block HI, Lot 2 15 43 "34' r : : _
204,
Block .
.
......... I
Block 204, Lot 8 !9) 43 34 Annie E., Anderson 1.18 Block 411, Lot 7 15 43 -' 34': -
Lots "' :} ; ;J Block 411, Lot > "ida'1" : '-' ''
Block 3, 4 201., ........m..m 9 43 34 W'!. A. Isaacs ...m..n.n.. 1.74 24 ........._.......... 15 4334r...;,..., i .: '1 :.
b' Ja. Block 412. Idt 1115 ; 'J3 34 "' '
Lot
Block 355, ; J. 'T. Supthen' .............. .1.48. EElloek i '412, Lot D 15 4314' I eit" .
22 .................... 16 43 34 '' ,. : Block 415. Lot -t.. r .. A : N .", ..

Flock 2'5, 26 356,.....Lots......._. 15 43 34 :k: H. Burke: ,t':..I................'.......... "'' 1.74" ."': .O.' ">___. .__.._...... 15 43. 34... ,.,.,. .., .. .
I :
r- 1'I Brock >
417 Lots .
Block 357. Lots ; .
29, S0 .............. 15 43. 34 Unknown.1.74' ", ., 21. 22 .._........... 15 43 :.' 34 ', : l ,. "'.;" .'
1 1lo'cl( 423- Lot 1 15 ; ; '
Lot if.fl.. 43. 34 .
Block 23 .35S................... 15 43 34 L. :M. Harding .................. 1.48 Block 423, Lots .r ......,. :
.
'Pl
Block 361, Lot i. 25, 26 .........__.... 15 '.13 ; iriting :
..................... 1.4 8 0' d :. ,
16 ..............: .... 15 43 34' J. G. 0'Neal. Block 448, 't ot .
Block a62, Lots '; : p- 13 .........._____..... 16 434'3 4 :1 c"I "
20, 21 .............. 15 43 34 A. FishIer ...................-.:.. '1:74 Block .451, Lot 8 16 43, .34, ( : -I ; ,, d" ,
; .I ;
:
Block 453,
362, Lots Lots
Block 28, 29 _............. 15 43 34 'y. Unknown' ..'.......................: 1.7'4' 10 "t'o 15 .......___ IG 43' ..34 ,(.. ':. .:. : .
:
.. :0' r ; "
Block 362, Lot ? : ....'.. Block 498' Lots Order ,
30 .............._..... 15 43 34 N. D. KeUey l'.......m...... 1:4; 8., .. 12,. ',14 ._.._......... 15 43 v.. 34. 1 ., .r.\ .,.:I' .
Block 363, Lot
.......................... 3.40 .1.. :; ; 'J
22 ..._................ 15 43 34 h A. Toulis .. .. : ,
Block 367, Lot 9 15 43 34,..,. O. H. Benson. ................._ l'H I ,. .. H :: .

Block 3'7, Lot''. "..":.I. :" .- ', .; .

,., '" ... A
.. '.
,=' (liht $'II 1r. 1In i'frlffJ! 1i i ; i iiJiiiwii-jMiHiiiiii IIIIIIII v r -' : _

r _..
.a.rr S"j i ar.l-- "::: : : : .L I.

,. I '':::, : .. ., :i Y r ... .. 1y ,. e .

8S1 ", ,' ,_. .,T .'j,', f *.S -; ; ':.. .. -... .. .. :o..1t..l, f u0 0< :\t. f't .
:: M* f .".. '.
': .
*Jv' T*; -tf*'? : fj? 0 < .
.. : f

i : if' .. : ...n I.. I.'i ,
: ; :
1P I ourc.e \0.. .I I :. "
: : :
: ,. .Lr f : "
I: J t ..."." .. ,1 .. ... 1\ I 't '.I .. f r/ I .. : .. t .:..:, .. ,./:_'. ..t'....'!'"...:: '..:" I... .. .

: .. . : .. I" / '; : :(: '
.
; 'fl. "i ... ; :
< ,
& = t : : .. ,: : ;- : .. .. f{" yQ..r.U1. > ;

f fb <:'" / ;'. -. .. .. ."'',\ .. ... 'yR -. <." ,,- ; ,. { :. ," ... .. .. .
..O ; : ?'1 i. :, c il ; ; rj a"1 ..a... .. '
LYijs x '
,; :: :.: ; .1 : <* : r "t -. '


.t-. ... ;!.,,. .. ...1.. o ..- ";...., .. '...... ..... I ,... ..: ... _

; ... : '<:*.lt 1 ::; ... ,, '. ', : :< h .. .*- t'r,::>.'.' .

7-' I :!:: ::'>.t 1.),: f:<.qi v4"T. ::1.ICY: tffc ,_ ..n "*> ," 1 ,
ah

..." . ? r : ;:: -": : : : : > > \j .0:1'C .; n -

J : ." ., } {i : : : : : :; fJ

,.. 1 .. .", f\(. It t I.i. '... \ 1 '. ,
... :: ....
t. '.; ;> :;'

rI "l ; ., I


-i .our. "orne Morchat. : : : ;
"
8- : PS I own ,< <: 'o'ofJ


i" ": i. r> ) i : i "' -. .. ,, .. i ;
.. '- '' '<, J '" ,;
_
,I } "- '< H..1. ... / 'p" nr ) c->tt- t '

;-; !f- : ': .: i ::: '< < Y .. .. a ,. I I1C . 1' -i i.c
-t rL : ".b ti ;j ; Jo
.. : ;
l........, ,.;1 .;;,-...:.. .. .... ,_ "",..r .., q-.I. ..; .."H >., 'r'''' ; I.r.-t :;'J.-- ,. ',. . .

..".,. ...q :;: 6 i :,. .. : +;::1 E r a. t orjlyt: -. : ,. '
.c //i \. : : : < :
f . ... ,. ... ..
-
2S '- rr e ', f .. .You

.-".-.-. S.- :,, : ;: : ; : >'l !sft{ j di ::: : ::: : s: 4 11',0--.- : helpI > : :: "

.
I I : i : !t, +; .li'.. : ; : :v-i) ',Fz: I{ :. : .. ; : ; : ,
!
? -j
r? j ? \\'ii:; . .
:" f _-a IS Jt.f i.to : F. cot Of" '"* +.; .f{ /


[ --.u.N t-J' : f> '<" -' : ; :: ; 'wyli..li.'',ii /\: :':' .;; V*: 5: .' I :'r rJ: :: :: ... ., :. :7., i' ?;;- \ ,:/,/,:.: .


, .. ,...d't J. .:r.IN; f G -. I ., ..1 :;.. .. .,.:.'\ I \,

:?'. .. 1, : (. I .. .. .-,<, I "IU' ("..: .c';.<.;'.;:.., '0;; I -.:::
. '
A'- J '. "

::: 't -! r: a d e. .. ..,. A .[" >.. : 0 ill: e.: : :';J' ..I I.: i

'" ... 1. ll : :.. '....,. t I. .


*33 i.







y i >. "
I

J- For when yo ( -trade at home' .youincrease: i t-f volume of sales which enable' ,


,

.. ,.. ... ., .1" \. '" ,. :

: your merchant, to operate' ona .smaller'. margin. ; of profit and: gives I

) ; i' .. ;


: :' :-: you .theb: :: enefit.of' :: this. reduced pi'ofit.". r : ';:/ :::', _H -". ..

.
.. ;
.
.
: .
1 i.> '.:. :;. :: : :: : .. : :: : I -A- 4U ':-; C.i: ;' "'i'f:':' -: L : ,

'_. ... "
.: ". -,- .. ... ...,r '. ...; .. .. ./1 ,. .. ,
." ..,.... .. .'
3 : : : ': .. : : : : :: i'-
.
; .. : : : 21

1r' !) : I II I t:_.11:1:,, ,I :;A III II l I -I I. I _r ._i/1'l' I r I, t R r.. Illllllt I _I /I I I Il-I ,-. I,,,,i I 0I 1I r lI' f llil ;9.an I1i'I I au"/ I I lIm ,:I J !III e. IIIII1IIIIIII! I ;1I1I1II1II111t I?:,>i c I Ia mn"II'! K r I llinillffi1jr I I I )r?:,>Il'fln.iIIiIITI' I I IuU Ih. r'+ i:u':;JI IJ .s
-- --
..; .
:



.


.- ---.- --- ----. .. .",' ..-'._., -' \\ .
-''-- ''- '--
-