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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, NUMBER 32 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FIIDAY-AUGUST 21, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $' .OO YEAR
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Diversification Of Cr I H. Small Erecting Work On Playground Tore

New Home Here


Seen In Fan : I Started Next Week
G. H. Small began construction of .
I new garage apartment here this !
o which will be used as living) 0 -
.ABOUT SAME NUMBER OF ACRES Employee I until such time as he Is Dredge Worker P. A. WORKMEN: AVAILABLEFOR
PLANTED IN SECTION AS to proceed with the construc j LABOR WHEN

LAST FALL North Shore i of a new ]some later on. The lot I Fingers In MATERIALS ARRIVE

in a nice location on the corner Materials ordered several weeks
/ _The farming area of Clewiston j from the home of C. E. Bern-
and the area reaching from Bare which was built last year. Lloyd Gilliland, an for construction work on Clew-
Beach to Liberty Point section will The first casualty on The garage apartment will cost one of the U. S. Engineer recreation park; began to ar-

have as many acres planted as usual --1 I the federal levee projects. $1,000 and will be lost three fingers of his this week and nearly all of the
in fall crops it.is said but instead chobee City occured last for occupancy by the middle last Friday night in an is expected to be here by
I of every farmer rushing to I night about 8J30: o'clock September. J. F. Tippey has the machine in Lake end of the week so that actual
!' plant the same crop there is more chie Hunt, 18-year old of the construction. It will The machine had just may be started by Monday
., indication of a widespread diversification I I of frame construction and the loaded from a barge onto If the materials fail to ar-
of crops than there has was drowned near the will have four rooms and bank and is to be used by that time work will start im
ever been here before. nor of the Hill Dredging I These will be partially ceiled rock barges. Mr. Gilliland I upon its arrival by the
Plowing has started on most tion, sub-contractors on ] I completed with panel board. operating at the time but of WPA men at that time
tracts which will be cultivated this banks-Pierce levee job. O. Ward is making several ad- ing to place some 1 .
fall and many farmers have already The government report ]I and alterations' at his home mats to be taken;! along ; The cost of this project will, be
" planted their crops. Seed beds for that there was only one I it is estimated, will cost machine. An, extra $3,500 with the Kiwanis Club
G pepper, eggplant and cabbage have the accident, O. K. Roberts, a thousand dollars. These all was being placed and he the principal sponsors. The
been planted and in some the plants chobee. According to his 1 l include the enlargement of ing hard to make the { will occupy the entire block
have attained considerable size. er had 'attempted to swim I living room and the construc square on the mat when of the Catholic church in which
Bean planting is expected to begin anchored pontoon. to the '' of a new porch. .' ly dropped with some force children's wading pool is now

tn earnest next, week which will : line.. He apparently I I ing his hand and catching This pool, constructed by
I bring that crop off near the middle and started to return' when the lips of the bucket. I American Legion has been do-
I of October. I from sight. i He was given treatment as a' part of the recreation
Approximately five thousand acres The body was recovered ), PLANIS Moore Haven hospital and In addition there will be ten
are expecfed to be cultivated in an hour and taken to his found necessary to courts, shuffleboard courts,

the area between Bare Beach and Kissimmee. According to ACCEPTED BY I first, second and third courts, various pieces of
the G. H. Williams place west of I report he was making left hand. He was' in the equipment, a bandshell
Liberty Point. This includes about without orders or without for two days and' will be shelters. -

3,500 acres in the Bare Beach sec sion. CO. SCHOOL BOARD tated for about six weeks. This project was started under,
tion of the South Florida Conservancy old CWA which was disbanded
District, 400 acres in the Clew- New Storm ---- Dr. C. T. Dyess the project was well under-
iston townsite, 400 acres south of a meeting of the county school and it has taken a great amount
the sugar mill and 700 acres- in the For School at ;LaBelle Monday night it LaBelle work on the part of civic organi-
Liberty Point area. moved and carried unanimous to secure approval of the
General farming conditions are regarded --- that the board accept 'the plan of I and get it underway again
as excellent at this time, particularly A WPA project was I refinancing as outlined by a Dr. C. T. Dyess, who 'a WPA project. It was approved
in the Bare Beach section proved and work has been :I bond firm. All mem in Clewiston for several I months ago but there was no

1 "Where considerable drainage work on the placing of storm were'present' as well as the year, died Wednesday available at that time. A
lias been done by the district during the windows of all county for the board and th'e act Belle following a week's 5)W. of labor next held it up but
Mlle past year to improve conditions secretary when the decision was was 55 years of age at time it is expected to go
I I immensely. Due to'the drought in with the exception of the his death. to completion without a

1 I the north and 'middle west prices High School. The local plan as explained will cost the Dr. Dyess moved here 'using the WPA force which
are expected to be extra good on not included because the nothing so far as an actual] Haven where he held a been at work on the Harlem
truck crops this fall but indicationsare were not considered I outlay at this time is concern- the Consolidated Land building. That project is al-
now that northern commission the cost of issuing new bonds, and at least a part of
windows with steel sash several years. After a few complete
houses who have in the financed two thousand dollars, to be
past will be available when
force
residence here he.moved to
!): at least seventy-five percent of There will be 222 of the- "to_ .the principal! which is yet He is survived by his -
the Lake vegetable deal will decrease constructed and the total be paid The school bonds are in one son, B. W. Dyess of Among the material items which
l their investments appreciablythis be about $1,400 of which about $25,000 in interest Lawrence A. Powell be received are 1200 bags of ce-
principal at this time and fear
year. school board has paid $200 : of Fort Myers had charge and lumber for construction
Although the principal crops .this donation. mandamus suits brought by al arrangements and it. is All of the courts will be sur-
:year will be the same in other sponsor's might very em-
as prove work on the
'with
stood that he is to be cpncrete 'j I
:years, beans peas and cabbage the 8)G. led the board to take the place. courts to be started first.
:strong tendency to diversify is seen JOSEPH SPADARO action. 'ftennis. nets have already been
in the planting of corn for roastingears WITHOUT INJURY IN date of bond maturity will HARTSFIELD-MINDER .

many places in solid fields instead advanced ten years and interest OF INTEREST TO Every organization of the town
of between bean rows as wind- Joseph Spadaro of Boca be payable at the rate of 3% contributed their efforts toward

breaks as in former years; an acre- head of the Spadaro I three years 4 % for five years The following account of work done on the project as
age of Irish potatoes which will be Company and well-known in 5% for the remaining twenty-I riage: of Miss Marjorie as possible. The American
only held down by the ability of the ton, miraculously escaped I years. It has ben figured that I Keith M. Hartsfield which the Kiwanis Club, the Gard-
:grower to raise sufficient financesfor Wednesday; afternoon when plan will save, the tax payers of I emnized last Friday at Club and the Catholic Men's Club
the seed; more root crops for V-8 coupe turned over county approximately $25,000 l both and
I Minn.., is of great interest all contributed money t
commercial sale such as carrots, on highway 67 near taxes over the period of year, of Mr. Hartsfield's here. He to the enterprise and when
f beets, etc., and .a considerable ac- Observers stated that the lighten the tax burden: because will a
played nearly three :rears the park prove ,
reage of pepper eggplant and i ompletely demolished suits will be averted and S. Engineers on Lake 'addition, to the town.
l., squash. The acreage of cabbage will when the car stopped .are based on tax collec- spent much of that time Much credit is due ex-officio mem-
be increased considerably while the Spadaro crawled out smiling for the past, three years, pos-/ ton where he made many o'f the County Planning Board,
acreage ''of beans is believed to be parently was uninjured 'with the worst in the history of the : His home is in Fort Myers G. Alston and M. E. VouMach for
much smaller. ception of minor bruises., so there is little fear felt but account of the marriage efforts in behalf of the park as
The acreage to be planted this fall to have called the the board will be able to meet ; chairman of '
from the Fort Myers as I. M. Pafford,
is about the same as was planted quarters in Moore Haven obligation as it comes dueTfomnow Ii last Sunday: .. committee 'in the Kiwanis Club. -l;
last fall but is spread over a much after the car and hired I on. VonMach have
. A wedding of special Alston and Mr.
t :larger territory due to the increased take him to Haines City l resolution was also passed to Fort Myers friends was I !' appreciation( of the coop-
'cane planting by the U. S. Sugar had started when the two new school buses for I Marjorie Temple Minder i given both in this project
I
""Corporation. cured. Felda and Fort Denaud districts.
school project
)" I McRoy Hartsfield, which t in the Harlem
.1 are all-steel bodied Chevro- .
i than grateful
emnized at St. Bernabas they were more
(\ buses, one of which will carry fine
for their
\ the Garden Club
other church, Friday, August 14, ;
Committee passengers and the ton Minn.; by the Rev. of landscaping and beautifying

: Safety They LaBelle were Chevrolet purchased dealer. six-I (Continued on Page ) I grounds.

I' of the buses will be $1,100 and I
Plans For Storm Contracts for' drivers for
;, buses 'were also awarded. President Praises Florida'sExhibit .

. driver was hired for the Clew- I
bus but this will be taken up
With the approach of what has use of that station to At Lakes ExpositionCleveland
I the next meeting in Clewiston on
come to be known as the hurricane j I advices from the
I evening, September 8.
season during the month of gard to evacuation of the
ber, the South Florida scptem-\\ and all the information I Aug. 20 ( the) of the states, 'affording -
mittee of the American Red Cross The station conies in well Biographies Given Florida alone among a f:ld of sev the people of the country an
has furnished each of their district 'I the Everglades region and eral hundred exhibitors at Cleve opportunity to learn of the resources. -
representatives with a brief of their of access to officers of the I Kiwanis Members land's Great Lakes Exposition, gained opportunities and problems of
plans: for this year as outlined at tee who will personally individual recognition from the I neighboring and distant states. It
the meeting held in West Palm broadcasting of all President of the United States, when was this particular line of thoughtthat
Beach on June 30 and whipped into mation. This will be sent Although it was disappointing to during a brief talk at a banquet given led him to the mention of
shape for proper functioning during in five minutes following I that Dr. Danne of the State
in his honor he specifically lllen- (Continued on Page 5)
the. interevening weeks. Weather Bureau advisory I Station at Belle Glade tioned the Florida Exhibit follow-"
One of the most important announcements effort will be made to see I away on vacation and could not ing a general tribute to the whole 1
bit of information be I present to address, the Kiwanis NUMBERS
is that arrangementshave 1 nay Exposition.Tis SPECIAL MUSICAL
been made with the, West Palm I Lake residents by keeping Wednesday night as scheduled, talk, non-political and extemporaneous AT CHURCH SUNDAY EVENINGThe
ceivers tuned to this I was a great deal of enjoyment :
Beach radio
station, WJNO, for the was given over to an expression -
from tho impromptu program
]
Under the present set-up of amazement at what had !! Clewiston Community Church
by J. E. Bcardsley.Mi1. .
I : severaI'special
hurricane is approaching choir las arranged
been accomplished in a ,
Beardsley asked each of the
COMMISSIONERS PREPARE Coast of Florida the members present to give ai' months by the enterprising businessmen :1 numbers for the service next Sun-to
ESTIMATE, OF EXPENSESThe the committee will responsible for the staging of day night and everyone is urged
outline of his history'and his
I
tablish contact with the U. ] this great Exposition."A attend.In .
for coming to Clewiston. It
I Board of County Commissioners ther Bureau representative II found out of the eleven mem- few years ago", the President I addition to the processionaland
I in special session this morning by private telephone and present there were nine states aid, "the task of creating such an the recessional, the choir will
prepared the estimate of county ex- frequent reports to Only Florida and Geor- extensive exposition as this would | render the anthem "0, Heavenly
penses for the fiscal year Beginning chapters'and branches in I had two native sons present. have been looked upon as a two orI I Ithree'ear Love Abiding." A'quartet composedof
October 1. The budget will be revised -j 1 communities and several of Following these talks there was job, ;yet you have Mrs. G. J. Potter, Miss Marion
and adopted at a meting to beheld Coast towns. Should I informal discussion of the /play- lished it in six short accomp-I Leydig, F. M. Wright and R. N.
on Saturday, August 5. I necessary, arrangements I project but no definite ac- Continuing, he expressed the; Smith will sing, "Still.. Still. With
made with' the Seaboard, .
The budget is published elsewherein I of any kind was taken due to thought that such events are play- Thee.
this issue for the perusal of any j I Coast and the Atlantic I absence of the chairman of that Ing an important part in breaking Rev. Headon has, a sermon. of special

citizens interested. (Continued on Page J I. M, Pafford. _' I down sectionalism and is cementing interest for the eveningtIIi. .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1936 I I.



1 1I Reward of Fault-Finding The Views of I
News Review of Current I Lofty Friendships it

After one has the reputation of King EdwardOn ,
I : finding fault, it takes years to

Events the World o I THE no commercial loftiest friendships element have in overcome it, even though one Marriage: "I don't think
: carefully finds no fault for
them; they are founded on months. any man should marry before he-
I disinterestedness and sacrifices. is thirty-two."

; They> neither expect nor Prepare for an emergency and On America: "The Atlantico -
I desire a return for gift orservice. nine times out of ten you won't c e a n has
noticeably
Councillfany grown
o'f Ten Unions Voted by Federation have'to meet it.
.Suspension Amid the tireless smaller. . People of these
Oil Men Indicted for Conspiracy- breaking of the billows on the The trouble with some average two great countries are growingever
shores of experience there is men is that they seldom increase more anxious to join hands

Metaxas Dictator of Greece. no surer anchorage than a their average.No across it."

friendship that 'beareth all one who is really sad and On War: "We learned a lot of

f' PICKARD things, believeth all things, lonesome makes a pose of it. He lessons, the most important of
W.
\ By EDWARD hopeth all things'."Cooper. tries to conceal it. which was that there should bEt

C Western. Newspaper Union. Did you ever stop to think whatis no question or chance of anotherwar.

John L. Lewis and his dents. 'Further it was charged Had we not faults of our own the essential quality of the ."

UNLESS in the Committee for I independent refiners, to aid we should take less pleasurein great? Courage: from Napoleonto On Son and Heir: "It has always -

I' Industrial Organization repent and plan, had curtailed their observing those of others.- Lindbergh. seemed to be luckier to ba

cease their "rebellious" activities of gasoline. Rochefoucauld. born the eldest son. You haven'tf
before September o, I This, said Mr. Platt, is Charity begins at home, but got to wear any of your brothers'old
the ten unions they what the oil companies did with as a general thing it is a mighty clothes." ,

::" head will be under approval of Secretary of the poor traveler.

suspension from the or Harold L. Ickes, What Is
MissingAll
,. American Federa- of the NRA petroleum code, llnckPgtLtJ "Manuscript Mill"One I

;:" tion of Labor. Such efforts were being made to limit that stands between most of the busiest firms in this

n '' c.'r i was the verdict of production of gasoline, prevent men and the top of the ladder is country today is a "manuscript.

f'k a4 the federation's flow of excess quota oil into : -: the ladder.A mill" that furnishes either a.

executive council ket channels, and raise prices wise young man'looks in the standard or an especially pre-

( which passed on the I that turbulent ,industry. mirror and decides not to try to pared speech on any desired sub-

r: ::harges of John P. He Won't Stay OutIf be a sheik. ject. The company also dashesoff

1s: LM: ..: 4 olio',." Frey.metal president trades of ; EXPERT that crop, as statisticians a result of a ma.i is a hustler he gets Sneering has its penalty. It 'for ministers briefs for lawyers, sermons
: the makes one's face pep talks for busi- .
K', J. P. Frey division, that the record breaking drouth, this busy and secures a key to the I ugly. ness men and even books for col- :_-:;:
insurrectionand corn crop will be reduced to door of success.It .
if.' CIO was "fomenting: lege professors. Prices start atl.25.Collier's
000,000 bushels which would be be pleasanter to give
;: rebellion. David Dubinsky, may Ban Inferiority ComplexUnder $ Weekly.
f:" head of the garment workers, cast smallest yield since 1881 except than to receive, but it isn't always I
the the disastrous drouth year of easier. a federal act of 1917 a
the only vote against suspen- Great ThoughtsOur
sion order. In that year total production Why does a man think a baby .foreigner may not be granted en- I
great thoughts
Lewis having definitely set him 1,478,000,000, but the acreage has to be "jounced," when it is try into the United. States if the affections, the truths ,of our our great life

self against any peace overtures, smaller than it is this season. something wrong inside of it that immigration authorities believe never leave us. Surely they cannot
the suspension Argentine farmers are makes it ? that he has an inferiority com-
it appeared that cry / separate from our consciousness
certainly would be put into effect. to profit to the extent of $ Eccentric BehaviorIn plex, a term that is almost with- shall follow it whithersoever that,
The next will be to the or more as a result of the out definition because it is usedto
move up shall go, and are of their nature
Tampa convention in the fall, competition for corn between the United States, "fame" is designate widely different typesof divine and immortal.

which will be asked to vote the ex- United States and Europe often little but the knowing of behavior and both real and

pulsion of the refractory unions. has recently lifted prices about your name by millions. imaginary feelings. Literary

+ The ten unions accused by Mr. cents per bushel in the Eccentricity of opinion can be Digest.

Frey a'nd'found guilty are: Aires market. forgiven but not so easily eccentricity 5 : AND 10. JARS

1,, Amalgamated Clothing Workers, of behavior.A Overbearing Burdens THE I0< SIZE CONTAINS 3/ TIMES
Sidney Hillman, president. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT man throws himself at a Money and time are the heav- -= AS MUCH AS THE se SIZE __ _
+ Oil Field, Gas Well, and Refinery visibly aroused by woman's feet and a woman iest burdens of life, and the un- WHY PAY MORE?

Workers, Harvey Fremming, pres- charges that the New Dealers throws herself at a man's head. happiest of all mortals are those

ident. seeking to reap political profit There- is nothing more uncer- who have more of either than they L4OROLI NE

Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, the drouth conditions. At his tain than a sure thing. know how to use. SNOW WHITE' PETROLEUM JELLY
conference he broke with the
Thomas H. Brown, president.
'' Ladies' Garment Workers, David' rule by permitting himself to --- -

directly quoted as saying: .
'
Dubinsky, president.
Thomas F. Mc- "It is a great disservice to
f'. Textile Workers,
Mahon president. proper administration of any
,
ernment to link human mDgSVSrI11IE3I'M !
Gler. McCabe up
Flat Glass Workers, "
v with
president.Iron partisan politics. : :

Steel, and Tin Workers, M.
is another
F. Tighe, president. THERE

,' Automobile Workers, Homer this time in THE BOY DOESNT HE HAS NO <. J WELL HE'S BEENCOMPLAINING 44..
r Gen. John Metaxas, premier WORRIED ; ry' :: L' '
Martin, president. nounced that a general strike ABOUT JAci<'s SEEM TO FEEL WELL ,' APPETITE, EITHER. % ABOUT
Rubber Workers, S- H. Dalrym- SCHOOLWORK.AND' HE'S NOT LOOK AT HIMHIS STOMACH -I ,

pIe, president. t e red by THE TEACHER SLEEPING WELL, c: < ME'S NOT EAT1NS THINK I'LL TAKE < ,

Action on the International Typo- munists was SAYS 'HE'S +..: EITHER.LISTLESS .. A THING / *., HIM TO SEETHE ,
to lead to : .
union whose president, ANDINATTENTIVE. v: DOCTOR
graphical SCRAM :::
;; C. P. Howard, is secretary of the disturbances, > '' UP TO YOUR 'rri' TOMORROW i PotVrdf4k. ,
.
with the '
CIO; and the United Hat, Cap and J'I RoOM WHY ": L1 'EMs
a Millinery Workers, part of whomare of King George ST/CK/ ARouND :. /;,; trr r TAKE YOU TO

not associated with the CIO, fir : he declared i '' AND LISTEN TO ''' ANY DOCTOR HAVE
: '
law dissolved I THEM CRITICIZE H A TANTRUM-KICK
,,
was deferred. The suspended un- 1. %
ions have a membership of aboutone liament, 'si i Ya u ? rf UP AN AWFUL FUSS
elections i V :
million, or nearly one-third of fl4iy
and mobilized
\ the total in the federation. ly
workers in
Lewis characterized the council's .

action as one of "incredible and Gen. llIetaxasservices such. < : 'J

crass stupidity" and said that it railways, in

was "dictated by personal selfish- that called to the colors, t ; r\ d '

ness and frantic fear." would be directly under ,
ment control. ,,

Strong guards were mounted
passengers and two pilots
SIX stations works and
instantly killed when a big power gas
vital points and all soldiers and
Lockheed Electra plane of the Chi- {
lice not on guard duty were
cago and Southern ,Airlines crasheda y4WNYflu
in barracks ready for action. :%
few minutes after taking off from
Metaxas promised the
the airport of St. Louis, Mo. At
ment of an eight hour day, a
this writing there is no explanationfor imum and social y BUT DOCTOR, THE RIGHT KIND :fir AL1. RIGHT
a "
the disaster. The plane was almost wage SOUNDS LIKE T PIDN'T KNOWIVECOFFEENERVES OF A HOT DRINKS\ :: DOCTORI'LLTRY
He remodeled the
new and the weather not bad system. ALWAYS FELT THAT BENSFrCIA1.RY ..- r TRY IT-IP YOU
inet, taking for himself the GIVING HIM T.lINK'7HE CHANGE
though skies were overcast. TO ME-BUr SURELY HE NEEDED A
The plane was bound from New navy, air and foreign affairs YOU'RE' NOT HOT DRINK / POSTUM- MADE WILL HELP
folios. HIM-
Orleans for Chicago, and five of the LETTING THIS -op COURSE -WITH-HOT-MILK

+ .: victims were residents of the latter BOY DRINK ', YOU NEED A HOT" I WAS .
city. One of the dead was Vernon 'DESPERATE fighting for in COFFEE / PRINK: -AND TELL saaua ',, OF THIS.AFRAID

Omlie, a veteran pilot and husbandof passes ;x'- EM ANOTHER THING/ :? TLL NAVE Tb ;.
mountains- north
Phoebe Omlie, a noted flyer. Guadarrama :' 4' y, s '.. VOU NEED IS TO BE ;._% h BEAT IT'IIis
Madrid was going on between r : ( LET* ALONE,' _ys L
government forces and the
CHARGED by the' government 'troops. Loyalist soldiers were r %, {
to violate the
I ried to that region, and
anti-trust law by combining to dominate claimed some victories. .' 'tssa
the purchasing of oil in the g
,_ I the Fascists on the northern
T e x a s, Louisiana a
and Oklahoma fields I t of the range were said to 'be ,.,. 4' ?1R ati.F .
sight of the capital and in
and to fix prices of
>:
gasoline in the Mid. for a vigorous advance. \ P\\ ;
The rebels scored in the
.
dIe West 58 persons +. :1:1iu
23 petroleum landing 2,000 Moroccan troops r '$
Ceuta after a lively sea and
concerns and three I ''*
fight in which two loyalist
publishing
compa- were driven off. The loyalists
nies were indictedby
also reported to have met
a federal grand near Avila, losing 600 men OF COURSE, children should
jury in Madison
some tanks and trucks.On never drink coffee. And many
j.:, Wis. Among the 4 -' ,too,find that the caf-
.: the twentieth day of the [ .ATJ- ;;; ; grown-ups
prominent defendants r. bellion the government > fein in coffee disagrees with them.

rp. are Edward G.H.11.. Dawes it had captured the provinces JACK, OUR WORK SA I ITS BECAUSE .. If you are bothered by headaches

k;"; Seubert of Chicago, president of Catalonia, Valencia, Murcia, SHOWS REMARKABLE 3'VE SEEN FEELING ?' or indigestion or can't sleep
i' the Standard Oil Company of Indiana Ciudad Real, IMPROVEMENT LATELY/ SO MUCH BETTER '' soundly..try Postum forSOdays.

L:- ; Henry M. Dawes of Evanston, ga Badajoz, and the northern { VOU'iL SOON BE OUR SINCE I SWfTCHEDTo Postum contains no caffein. It is

; Ill., president of the Pure Oil company city of San Sebastian. STAR THIS PUP/LAT RATE/ .,i: POSTUM-MADE simply whole wheat and bran,

f. and many officials of Stand- Fascist Italy has been -WITH-HOT-MILK/ A>z1HUR roasted and slightly sweetened.

ard Oil, Pure Oil, Deep Rock So- of aiding the Spanish rebels, S. ;: .... Try Postum.You may miss coffee 6\1

ii..._ cony-Vacuum and various other oil is asserted a number of atfirst, but after 30 days you'll
.. concerns and their subsidiaries. Also bombing planes were sent to love Postum for its own rich, satisfying flavor. It is

r. in the list are Warren C. Platt in Morocco. The leftist easy to make,delicious,economical,and may prove a

G-. of Cleveland, publisher of the Na- government naturally is in I '' J: ; real help. A product ofGeneral Foods.F {
tional Petroleum News and Platt's ,
with the Madrid
Oilgram his two thy R E E-Let us send you your fiiit week's supply of
; publications and and Frenchmen. unarmed
,
Postum fret! Simply mall coupon. O rose. o. r. CORP.
the Chicago Journal of Commerce.The been given permission to cross

indictment charged that the border to aid in putting down ,, GENERAL FOODS Battle Creek, Mich. w. N. u.-e.22-3*
defendant oil companies formed rebellion. German and 1' Send me, without obligation,a weci's supply of Postum.

pools in the east Texas and mid- sympathies, also, are ranged "
continent fields for the purpose of opposite sides, and all this Name-

purchasing: gasoline at artificially fears that a general war might StreetCity -

high prices from independent pro- sult. France called on all -State-

ducers, and in furtherance of sucha nations to preserve neutrality, Fill in completely,print name and address.If .
scheme were members of associ- Spain warned Italy and you live in Canada address:General Foods Ltd.,
r Cobourj,Ont (Offer expires July 11937.)
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jf, ______ I ----- _41 Lad Proves He's I Venetian LifeOn Indian Had No Faith : I
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BRISBANETHIS IMPROVED the Better Better returning from Venice, in Scales of WhitesA .j'
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL where he had been consul for four

) I Billy had taken to betting. His years, William Dean Howells meta redskin known as "Uncle 1

' WEEK SUNDAY uncle and his father decided to Boston publisher, with whom he John" one day brought some furs ,

Lesson cure him. frequently played shuffleboard or into the store of Cornelius Van-' :;J

The following morning Billy strolled the liner's decks. ausday to trade for salt. }

Vues By REV. HAROLD L LUNDQUIST. haled his uncle with: "Bet you a In weighing Vanausdal
Choses Dean of the Moody Bible Iistltuts. One day Howells remarked that used
6 of Chicago dime you've got corns." old-fashioned
Conscience-Proof steelyards with
ie
Furs 1.
Western Newspaper Unloa. was bringing over a manu-
,The uncle denied it, and removed light and heavy slides. "Uncle
Caterpillars and Weeds script on Venetian life.
his shoes and stockings. John" was puzzled as he watched
Wise Generosity Lesson for August 23 "Our scheme' is working," said Jokingly the publisher remarkedthat the mysterious process. :::J

An able Frenchman, long since the uncle to the father later, "I his firm would bring it out. At last his suspicion took con- ;

dead, wrote about choses vues- THE GOSPEL FOR ALL MEN won a dfiie from Billy. He bet'I Without a moment's hesitation the trol. He grabbed the weighing .::.::1

"things seen." had corns, and to prove I manuscript was turned over to device and threw it into the yard,. 3

___ There are still LESSON TEXT Acts 11:5-17; Romans hadn't, I showed him my bare.I him. It was published in 1866 and then picked up his furs and ".

many things to 11517.GOLDEN TEXT-For God so loved the feet." under:: the title of "Venetian Life." departed. "Uncle John'' was not '.,'

see and to hear, world, that he gave his only begotten Son "What! exclaimed the father. It well be said to be given so much salt for his
although there is that whosoever belleveth In him should "Only last night he bet me a may that this furs merely on the basis of light .
write but have everlasting life. John bare feet was the start of Howells' success- .i
Jr nobody to not perish quarter he'd see your and heavy slides of a weighing \
about them as 3:16.PRIMARY TOPIC-Peter Learns a Les- this morning!" ful literary career. device.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. ;.

that old Frenchman -
wrote. son.JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter Makes a Great

At the head of Discovery. SENIOR TOPIC Passing of the have penetrated remote places Battlefields Still Draw
AND
INTERMEDIATE and they have cheapened as wellas
the London -First Steps In World Brotherhood. Ballad Lamented More than 250,000 people a
f Times' "personal YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC ; multiplied the output of songs. year
are still visiting the battlefieldsof
I column," someone -Universal Brotherhood In Christ. Radio Is Blamed Music .is now turned on rather France. Most of them are

to print than sung by groups or individuals. -
pays found its
I Christianity early prog- French. Then come, Belgians,
''I'Ifj this impressive ress impeded by a difference of Ballad singing in America was And the very multiplicity and Germans take third place in
extract from the when new songs-composed for showsor
opinion. Such a difference once a dignified means of enter- numbers.
S Psalms: met in a Christian spirit will not bea taining a company. There was as songs for sound films, or Verdun alone attracted 14,700

Arthur Drlsbane "Seek the stone of offense, but when prop- singing at social gatherings, in for radio singers and crooners- Germans last year, though its

Lord fade and His erly and tactfully settled may bea parlors, in the games and dancesof lowers the quality of those that poignant associations and historic

strength; seek His ever'more. stepping stone to progress. young persons, as well as in are produced and impedes their forts were the goals of pilgrimsof .
Remember his marvelous works Jewish Christians at Jerusalemwere the chimney nooks of farm housesor chances of survival. One all nations.

ftl that He hath done; His wonders", disturbed by the report that by the stove in the crossroadsstore has hardly achieved circulation song All over northeastern France

1 and the judgments of His mouth. Peter had received the gentile Cor- in the abin, or cornfield, nowadays one sees groups of visitors -
before others crowd it out.
You spend a moment wondering nelius as a Christian brother with- or by the creek. How much less kneeling before shrines,
: what kind of English man or woman him to fulfill the Jewish Will anyone in the future wishto
out requiring there is of it now, and how much English, French, American, Ital-
,I strong in faith, decided to..put law of circumcision.Peter less there will be as time goeson recover our poular song hits of ian, that commemorate the heroism
that text before statesmen that today defended his action not by today and their airs?-Louise' and suffering of the years of

I seek, the "face" of Hitler, Mussolini asserting his position or appealingto Phonographs and the radio Pound in The American Scholar. warfare. .

I Stalin, but forget the greater his apostolic authority, but by :.;;

power of the Creator of those gen- relating what God had done. Henry

tlemen. Drummond once said, "The best :;-'.. .. t


Times: After this that,advertisement you read in the: same God argument Christian.has "actually for The Christianity best been at proof work is that is a :. & ,, ..: ,III 8= ;"f t ... i r (}/A : :...,I ;; 1 t i'... -

evi- JI'" .-. ). .. !\fI:" II
to present the unanswerable ... :.
"Furs humanely obtained that "" I / .5.-4' ,
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In thus 'ii Jt'J.
of redeemed soul. k -,
can be worn with a clean con- dence a ; :r 'f 11' :
science-full particulars from Maj.C. making his plea Peter reveals thatI. F H ail

Van Der Byl, Wappenham, Tow- He Had a Vision of God's Pur- 'm' .. ,7 'Ir rr (; 1. '.\\1 '" H"" ;....:,... rA I

cester." pose (w. 5-10). jS1o ...
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God had spoken to him. When we .- e > : ; 1. .
This being an ingenious and 1c biiF : ., & I
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touch with
who is in 1I
meet a man .
doubtless quite sincere appeal to r" .
God, we should at once give heed. "'
the tender-hearted Englishwomanwho and should be, ] JL'J : 4' '
be perhaps
does not like to think that the He may -:. Il
fur around her neck once belongedto the minister or a Christian leader, : ," '

but he may be and frequently is .
an animal that suffered for days :J;
unknown servant of 91 r '" 'iL ,
and perhaps weeks tortured in some humble, ? ''J'* }x ':'>i. 'Y A
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God. But if God has spoken to him f ]" ,, D \ I x '
trap. .
we will do well to listen. Peter had ";_. '"{ t.i5. ya. ''
the best "obtain T It.
Possibly to
way that what '
learned the great lesson '
furs humanely obtained that can be God had cleansed man should receive : : '
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worn with a clear conscience" is to as clean. r Lf I" l1fl' !

,buy and wear some of the innu-. II. He Had Seen God Work (vv. ItRI

merable furs, from rugged bearsto 11-15)). .
"
silky chinchilla, made from the The Holy Spirit had fallen on the
skins of rabbits that are nourished had been
/ ? J gentiles and they actually FIRST GRADE QUALITY-The Firestone Standard
new
in little hutches in the'suburbs of
the
that in
, it not singular
Is
saved.
:' Los Angeles, and fed with "rabbit early church they could hardly believe Tire is built of first grade materials by skilled i m f:y

hay," tender young alfalfa, grown that a gentile could be saved? workmen: and embodies the Firestone patented ifill J .;;'

.on the Mojave desert, a good deal Now we are astonished if a Jew is construction features of Gum-Dipping and two I \.
.
of it on a ranch owned and operatedby saved! Why will we in our unbelief extra layers of Gum-DEpped cords under the tread. I .CUT 101-mo TREiD I .

this writer. limit the Holy One of Israel? I .. '1
GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY-Every cotton fibre in 10' SIID MILEISE'
, When of the III. 1695
you buy furs, no matter The all-powerful gospel
MORE RUBBER 01 THE R010 '
; what kind, with a rabbit skin foundation grace of God.is still saving men and every cord in every ply is soaked in liquid rubber '.
TVO EIIRl LUERS OF CUll- I t
r, you may be sure that the women, Jews and gentiles, from by Gum-Dipping. This is the only process at DIFPEDClJROSUIDERTHETRUD ;

r animal suffered very little, if at their sins. Have you seen it hap- prevents internal friction and heat, providinggreater N.suM, -OIPPED CORD lOOT'lr \ J :i;

I all, and when you buy that fur, you pen? It is a great inspiration to strength,blowout protection and longer life. "AJJJJ' 4.40.21 L '.J

also buy honest American alfalfa, faith and service. God is 'ready so
t which is a vegetarian product. to encourage us-he is the same to- TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE UV (I1JIT .. >'f

t ...:-..- day as he was when he sent Peterto TREAD Patented Firestone feature binds whole. ;1 $'QIOti .,:

r F. C. Cobb wrote from the Boy Cornelius. Are we willing to run tire into one unit of greater strengthcushions shocks and gives extra STANDARD .

l' Scout reservation at Allaire, N. J.: his errands, proclaim his message? protection against punctures. SIZE PRICE '.
"The last four week-ends have III. He Had Received a Fresh In .
LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE--:The new scientifically designed nonskidtread .1
4,50.2- $7.45
Into God's Word (v. 16).
ben spent by our scouts collectingtent sight
1- caterpillar egg clusters from The best way to learn the mean- is wider, flatter, with more and tougher rubber on. the road, 4.50-21. .... 7.75 }

wild cherry and apple trees along 'ing of God's Word is to use it, liveit giving long even wear and thousands of extra miles. 5.00,19. .... 8:>90 ,::;

j', the highways of Monmouth and obey it. "If any man will do his THE FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE-Every Firestone Standard 52517... .. 9.45 .

f Ocean counties. Many thousandsof will, he shall know of the doctrine, Tire bears the Firestone name, your guarantee of greater safety, 5.5017 .... 10.70 '

l egg clusters, each containing whether it be of God" (John 7:17). dependability and economy. 5.50.19 .... 11.2.0 ;':

.on the average 250 eggs, have been Peter had learned anew that 6.00.17 H.D. 14.30 ,..}
destroyed" God's Word meant just what it said. See your nearest Firestone Auto Supply &. Service Store or Firestone
H.D. 17.45
No better work could be done We who are his servants should be- Dealer and equip your car today for maximum safety at these low 6.50.19 I

t by scouts and other boys. It is lieve his Word and act on it in faith. volume prices.yircsfonc. Other SZIS, Pried ProportionatelY low 1'

I far better exercise than perfunctory IV. He Knew Better Than to With-

rj>.lj| "hikes," often exhausting for stand God (v. 17). FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES :.'
Firestone
P. l :smaller boys. When God has not raised any bar-

The fathers of the boys, also in riers of race, creed, color, class, FIRST GRADE MATERIALS AND EXPERT SENTINEL

;\:7),::I need of exercise, can be useful or social position, it is not for his WORKMANSHIP-The Firestone Standard An outstanding value in Its
t not for his TruckTire gives long mileage-blowout class-backed by the .
followers, and assuredly price
weeds
, mowing along highways, excellent -
protection-dependable service. and ;
I. I work for the lungs and for servants, to build "fences" which Firestone name '
I' reducing the waist. he would not authorize or, counte- i /1.1 GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY-Gum- guarantee.

nance. e / / Dipping prevents internal friction and
One of the needs of our day is heat,giving greater blowout protection., '
Edward fc. Harkness
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generous that those doing God's work should 95 .
young New York financier, gave to TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM-DIPPED
withstand him and his will. He
not
:Lawrenceville School for Boys a -' CORDS UNDER THE TREAD-Binds the $5 0
who is the yesterday,, today,
same tread and cord into
sum that will make possible important body one inseparable \
6.0010
and forever is ready to work as
unit. rubber in
Specially compounded
: new building rebuild-
plus
ing and a more extensive system powerfully today as he did in the 1gIlIIr 0-i naorr.. lea... two outer plies from bead to bead rivets _

of small-group instruction with Jays of Finney and Moody, and in sidewalls securely to cord body. SIZE PRICE

unore teachers.Mr. the days of Abraham, Moses, Dan- ...So-21...." ..."
TWIN BEADS WITH CORD REINFORCE-
Let him STANDARD 4.75 L9. I e.
e
iel, and of Peter. us give
In larger sizes twin beads are used to s.o619.::::: b.ef:
to work in and through us, FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES
liberty .....
Harkness, who does not like give tire firm seat on rim. The beads 5.25.18. 7.60
;publicity, refused to make public not as we may wish, but as he de -SZE! PRICE are tied into the cord body by the FOR TRUCKS AND BUns

the amount of his gift of Lawrenceville sires. Who are we that we should 6.50.20... ..... $21.95 special Firestone method of cord 6.00.20 H. u.ee7pp,20

but he gave $7,000,000 to Exeter withstand God? 29.10 reinforcement. 30sS H. D.D'I' '.6S
V. In Conclusion (Romans 1:15- 0 32:1:6:: H. D. 31.70
j academy, $13,000,000 each to 17). 7-50.20 FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE Ihlf Sizes Proporlenal.l lor.
Yale and Harvard, to finance their 30x5. . . 21.30 Assures truck and bus owners greater
This portion presents a magnificent
'housing systems. That gives some declaration from Peter's coworker Ottur San PmM fioportioniltly Low safety, dependability and economy. T rest o n e
idea of the size of his gifts.
Paul, the apostle to the gen- COURIER

Some Americans will tiles, that the gospel'is the power of BRAKE SEAT pVRS A good tire for owners of
that
it is agree God unto salvation for everyone that K Q1.110s BATTERIES cl iiNiNG DOOPES Coe Chet small cars giving new tire
a good thing to have of c
mnusual ability men : believes, Jew or Greek. Regardlessof SP ,patat Grater starting power. conaot'o dos' safety at low cost.
accumulate wealth $ j9C s
condition all 1004 Lon erlira
race or we are unrighteous d or
wisely. and there is but one ilcsBu wgtbery = 69aCi
_
way of salvation-through faith in ;s.++ 95 530 uP upv .
In Europe, English French /
Ger- Jesils Christ. It is our responsibility Pn SefEtchanye
:man, Italian or Czechoslovakian lsp?
and to make this
privilege mes x498
will believe anything you say about sage known to ail men everywhere.Your AUTOSUPp fES '
American crime, and that is hardly neighbor and mine, whetherin AUTO RADIOS SENTRY HOME RADIOS Iutle Teel?Bet f tall

:surprising. the next house or on the other Seaatirul i"dynamic a Pwker TWIN HORNS 4 Tuba AC- ,w Steel a"f:
The heading ,clear road DC.DynamIc PRICE
"Chicago Politician side of the world, is our opportu tons nd DCOCtratiag Lbe 5*speaker. SQ 98 ,eebnr..,,, /fe
Dies Under Hail of Racketeers'Bullets" nity. Not one is unclean 'or untouchable 19S Clay a' ,ndudai Woe SI2.98 V eels' ,,,, 4.5621...... ff.10tonalt
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surprises
nobody. There although he be flVETUEiEweeS44.95 len-Ife,
may Sh
be mild Ahu lie ,..
might surprise if 433
the head-
, ,ing read, "Chicago Politician Does stained with the dark pollution oi T' NOW $1998 ceraett szl)
: sin. God is ready and willing to
, .NOT Die Under Hail of Racketeers'Bullets.
save. Let us tell men the good
NetworkIf
news I Listen to the Voice of Firestone, Monday evenings, over N. B. C.-WEAF
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1030

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News !!Ithe route "the Chief Executive Is to 1 S is for safety, less speed and more 2691 Lights, telephone and telegrams ................__..-........... ...-. 600.00

The Clewiston take through the city and throughthe care, 2692 Insurance ....................................................................... .... 110.00
Exposition grounds. Hope was I T' is for thinking, do you do your 2693 Incidentals ..../:...........................:...................................... 800.00
exhibitorsthat share'? 341 Maintenance of jail ...........--............................_..:..._........... 200.00 {
I
Publfshed every Friday In Clewiston, expressed by a score pf Is for the otherman's 537 Maintenance of cemetery .............._................................ .... 400.00 fa
visit their: U understanding
Florida., by the CLEWISTON NEWS the President would 562 Insanity inquest ..........................................................._........ 100.00
Inc. particular show. The brief period of I rights, 563 General welfare ...................................................................... 3,500.00
the President's stay and the extent I V is for vlsability so see to. your 699 Contingencies and emergencies ....................................... 1,000.00
of the Exposition, to say nothing of I lights.W 'I :

the crowds, makes this impossible. I. Is for watchfulness when approaching $ 17,080.00
Keathley: .Bowden, Editor However tour of the grounds has a hill. J: FINE & FORFEITURE FUND .

been arranged and while It will not X is for X-rays used after a spill, : 321 Clerk Circuit Court, fees and costs ............---.-................ 300.00
be Florida's privilege to entertainthe Y is for you, on which all this I 323 County Judge, fees and costs ..................:.......................... 1,700.00C
Entered as second class mail mat President as a guest at Florida. depends, I 324 Justice of the Peace, fees and costs .....:....................;..::...._ 300.00
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post Manor Earl Brown called a hurried Z Is for zeal, thus the alphabet 325 Sheriff, fees, cost jail guard and commission ...?............... 6,600.00i
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under heads I ends. i 326 Constable, fees and cost ...-............................................... 400.00
conference with department 329 Other court costs and fees ..._....................................."...... .- l,10ooO!
the Act of March 3, 1897. and out of this came, the suggestionthat j 361 Coroners inquest, fees and cost ........................?.......:__.... 200.00

an attractive "Welcome" sign II TUBERCULOSOS DEATH; TOLL I 362 Feeding and care of prisoners ...:............_......___....:............. 2,400.00
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. ] of some sort be erected at the 'entrance I DECREASED TO 003 LAST YEAR 699 Contingencies and emergencies .....:................._............... 500.00
of our exhibit at the head of: I
Advertising rates on application.
I "Blossom Way." I Jacksonville, Aug. 20 (FNS- I $ 13,500.00
Florida's tuberculosis death toll last ROAD & BiRIDGE; FUND ,
Stephens, artist, was com
I Byron 411 County Commissioners Road Inspection & mileage ...:..._ 3370.00
Devoted to the advancement and decreased to 903, to
missioned to paint a gigantic pictureof year according 412 Labor on Roads and bridge tender .............__....__.........-..... 16000.00
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry j the President to be artistically Dr. Stewart G. Thompson, vital sta- 442 Road Machinery and equipment ......._......__.....__..........._..__.. 4,000.00

County. I I framed, draped with the flag and a tistics director of the State Boardof 449 Rent of equipment ........................__..... ......._....__............._ '1000.00

welcome legended. So pulling off his Health. 461 Road Material ......................_............_.................................. 4,000.00
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coat he set to work. The remarkable Completion this week of a studyof 463 Payment to cities and towns _................................;.......... 300.00
Hendry county has reached the job he did was amazing. Working I tuberculosis records by counties 469 Supplies and expenses .................................................I...... 4,000.00
saturation point for slot machines. from a small photograph, he pro- enabled Dr. Thompson to state that 672 Purchase of securities ........................................................ 4,000.00
duced a painting measuring 4 by 6 better health conditions, in regardto 699 Contingencies and emergencies ........___............................. 1,330.00

Remember there's just one more feeta wonderful likeness, framed tuberculosis, is presented by Flor- '
week in which to catch that big bass. ida than in $ 38000.00
I it looks like a masterpiece-from an now many years. Tuber- PUBLICITY FUND '

Headline says Coughlin collapsed art gallery. Tomorrow just prior to culosis deaths in Florida since 1930 685 Money to be expended for publicity purposes ....:............... 1,000.00
at the President's arrival it will be set were recorded as follows: 1930- COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST & SINKING FUND
while making his speech Sunday
Cleveland. Might it be that some in place just In front of our main 1015, 1931-1067, 1932-1093, I I 761 Interest on $80,000.00 bonds outstanding ..-. 4,740.00 .
gate and can be seen the full lengthof 1933-1039, 1934-953, 1935- 762 Bonds maturing 2,000.00
small boy stuck a pin in him? "Blossom Way." So appealing, so 903.The I 763 Commission and expense. .. >..-- 20.00

startling and so striking Is the portrait study revealed that Collier, r.
And it begins to look as
now that we of the Florida Exhibit Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Lafayette $ 6,760.00
though the recreation park mightbe I HIGHWAY BOND INTEREST & SINKING FUND
from it. We and Okeechobee counties had tubercular
staff can't no
keep '
away
constructed at last. It will pro- 761 Interest on $285,000.00 bonds outstanding ...... 17,040.00
vide a much-needed amusement I know that it will prove the outstanding deaths during the year. In 762 Bonds maturing 2,000.00

center for both the youngsters and I gesture made by any exhibitor addition, there were no white tubercular 763 Commission and expense, ] .................................................... 60.00
I on the grounds and it is entirely deaths in Bradford, Baker, J
the oldsters of Clewiston.A .
: I I I in keeping with the artistic, Clay, Dixie, Flagler, Highlands, Levy $ 19,100.00
character of our whole display. I Martin, Suwannee, Wakulla and SPECIAL ROAD & BRIDGE DIST. NO. 2 INTEREST & SINKING FUND

squally condition reported in I Washington counties. 761 Interest on $39,558.90: bonds outstanding .:...................... 2,373.54
of the President's visit
the Atlantic this morning. By tomorrow Highlight : Completion of the state's new tubercular 762 Bonds maturing ........................u..u........._........ 1,818.80
night it will have assumedthe will be a luncheon tendered him at sanitorium 763 Commission and expense ........__........................................__ 7.66
now under con:
the Admiralty Club on the ShowBoat i.
proportions of a violent hurri- struction will further fortify Flor-
swankiest club the
on
supper $ 4,200.00
cane probably in the headlines of ida in its
limited to 400 and will be made up fight to stamp out the disease SPECIAL ROAD & BRIDGE DIST. NO. 3 INTEREST & SINKING FUND

northern papers. Exposition grounds. Attendance is authorities state. 761 Interest on $3,645.00 bonds outstanding .....__............_... '218.70

of local dignitaries, Exposition officials I 762 Bonds maturing ................................................................ 405.00
Florida is making a big hit at the political leaders and the 763 Commission and expense ..........................;..................._.._.. 2.30
Cleveland Exposition. Too bad we
like. A few newspaper men and radio -
couldn't have had an exhibit at all $ 626.00
boys will be permitted to crash
the other such shows this but Notice is further given that the Board of County Commissioners of
our northern advertising will year increase the gate in the line of duty. I ; :21u! Hendry County, Florida, will at its meeting on-Saturday, September 5th,

An atmosphere of tense. excite I FLORIDA 1936, at 10 o'clock A. M., consider and act upon the foregoing estimates,
steadily, now that the valueof
ment fills the air tonight. Every-' and as adopted the same shall constitute the fixed expenditures for and
such advertising' has been proven. thing is In readiness for a banner; against the general funds above mentioned, for the fiscal year commenc-

day. Plans for handling__ gigantic : ing October 1st, 1936, and ending September 30th, 1937.
u '' Done and ordered by the Board of County Commissioners of Hendry
along the President's route:
The U. S. policy of noninterference -I. already been carefully worked ; m I County, Florida, in special session, this the 21st day of August, A. D.

in the affairs of other nations A 1936.
out both in and out of the grounds i t mfljJ DAVE ALSTON, Chairman. \
sound,; good to us if they'll just stickto
We of Florida feel that our unus- : Attest: William T. Hull, Clerk. J
it. The lighted fuse seems to be ual ( 1
greeting cannot fail to impress'the [ (SEAL)
'
burning rapidly toward the Spanish President and we keenly await August 2128.NORGE .
pov dM' keg and when it goes off the the hour when his car will roll down [lJm I f P

Ursttfd Ftatlf'should; not be meddle the '
of "Blossom
length Way" at the \
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atound. foot of which, on a high knoll, rests REFRIGERATORS I

I majectic Florida Manor, the Flor- Rill.ilII
( Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
_\. state 'official in discussing the;I t ida flag flying gracefully from its Furniture and Homo Furnishings

possibility: of raising ramie, the material mast and our "tribute" to FranklinD.

4 used by the Egyptians for Roosevelt standing out like a glit- PHILCO RADIOS .

f making cloth to be used in wrapping tering jewel in a glorious setting.We 1
Lake Harbor Phone No.1'"
mummies, says the plant can be rais- are confident Florida will score Household FurnishingsInc.

ed in the Everglades and a suit again. I I

made from cloth spun from the sub- II I iABC'S I .

stance would never wear out. Nuf
sed. Let's plant some ramie .and OF SAFETY FIRST I BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, I
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there'll be Stop at the I Liberty Point Fishing
for
no excuse turning_ nu- By Tom Wlia.tley, Leesburg. Fla. I

dist. A is for Alertness which drivers I
Camp
should use, fiotel Patricia L. B. MershonAGENT
I Excellent Black Bass Fishing
orlaanennafMAanamaa, aaaoo.
B Is for brakes, to apply when
confused.C BOATS TO ENT

Too Late To Classify is for*. caution, to be used at all 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE;;., I Artificial Bait For Sale

tim'es,_ New York Life
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Follow Signs from Liberty Point
CJ3y 'R.cssell Kay D is for drunkeness, the worst All Outside Rooms With I Insurance CompanyARCADIA corner on old Clewiston Road.
driving crime.E .
Prhate Bath
J. L. TINDALE, Manager.
taa mZCMmaDa> ea..ort m..D.. BMI is for earnestness in driving a FLORIDA
load, COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Cleveland-This is a mighty big
Fis for fogginess so feared 'on the .
week for Cleveland. Father Cough Overlooking Biscayne Bay
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:S, lin the arrived horde of in followers town yesterday that make' while up road.G is for grade that demands lots I I Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and : iE ;}!...........................;..........................................................N..1...I...M...i.....................N1. .......N'...NN. +NN.r. ......NNI. .....I'F mIR

his organization The National Union of care Business Section. i --
II H is for hazards you'll find iI I
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for Social Justice, has beet erywhere.I v-I I, '' ..s.Iii .
I" pouring into town on train, RATES ,
every
; bus and boat. is for injuries so often sustained I'

, The convention of the organization ,J is for jails when .they can's 'be $1.50 Single I Iii CLEWISTON fiOLF l'iJ

.: is scheduled to open tomorrow, explained.K .
Friday, and for the past week Father -I is for kindness you show on the $2.50 Double '

!:" of the movement has been hold way, .. :: I ::
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.,:: ing the spotlight and grabbing off L is 'for laws which all should Special Family, Weekly & I

;.< the local front pages. obey. Monthly Rates i cov.RSE 111.

; Then came the unexpected news M is for .
morgue where lie all the ....
' that hit like a bombshell: President dead, S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor I .s.

Roosevelt would attend the Great I N is for negligence, the Court's
Lakes Exposition and inspect certain verdict read I._. ;.

'[',', WPA projects, and would arrive in O is for ordinances, supposed to --- ,- yrY
, Cleveland on Friday morning. be known

The President, it appears, is not P is' for pedestrians, who have J. M. COUSECounselor I Xi
at all concerned over the NUSJ con- rights of their own.

vention, if indeed he is aware thatit Q is for and Attorney at Law '
quickness of
thought,
is to open on the day of his ar when it's needed. Hopkins Building ;


;r",- I and land spection rival.informs trip He tour is makes the simply of press WPA no part that mention projects of his Cleve-j of here itl I R is be for heeded.rules, which should always -I Wednesdays 9:30 to and 4:00 Saturdays IJ I I i! iEji1! to the Public ],.. : I!



: and to view the Exposition. J ::: I :i:
: 'NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS .:. .:.
But the
just same it is a rather ,

, tough break for Father Coughlin, I *

,: for it compels him to at least share I Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of ... I
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the headlines and the spotlight. I Hendry County, Florida, has prepared, as required by law the following I 1:. ( ;
This is written Thursday eveningand estimates of the necessary and ordinary expanses of the various funds I .s. .

every indication points to tomorrow of Hendry County, Florida, contemplated for the fiscal year commencing yl I
October 1st, 193G, and ending September 30th. 1937. I ':" i. I 'i'
for the Exposition.being: a record The breaking day GENERAL REVENUE FUND :!: Moderate Green Fees I :!:

town Is lit- 212 Clerk of the Board salary ................L..u..m.......$ 2.400.00
erally swarming with people. Although -j 219 Attorney to the Board and Sheriff ..................:......_.....;-.... 1,580.00 .:_:= Exceptional Fairways ; ==

there was little advance notice 221 Clerk Circui Court ..................................._........................ 60.00 ,. .
of the President's intended visit 224 Tax Assessor!:: commissions .....................................__..._..... 1,180.00 I, interesting Greens ::
when. it did become J uown people 225 Tax Collector, commissions .....-..........-................................ 1.000.Oft I ':J'J i= III .
began flocking in to ;get a peekat 241 Maintenance of courthouse .....................__.......;;... ............. 2,400.00 j I I j :'
the "Man of the Hour." 201 Election and Supervisor of Registration ....................:!7..... 700.00 ':: 1 ::;

Police 262 Legal Advertising .............................:.................................. 300.00 ... _
and secret service officials 1 269 Stationery and ..................__........._ ........ ............ I' . . . . . . . .-:. : .1
have been in i iI printing f 350.00 I..:.NNNNN. .:. ....NN N.N...,NN. .................1................N....NN. .........................M;...N N.N,1 .NN. ..
a huddle mapping out 2690 Record books ..........................-..................A..................... 400.00 I


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I i rl .MNNNNNNh:..;NN MN:N:..:N:NNNNNNNMN' ..ti Mrs. G. B. Thomas returned home Clearwater who is' visiting her bro- of white organdy with floral deSign'1 wore white linen suits.
.'. Thursday from Lakeland where she ther, F. I. Hill and Mrs. Hill. a floor length, peplum skirt Out of town guests who attendedthe
.t. Personal I Mention has been attending the summer 1Irs.V'. M. Redelsheimer received high neck and puffed sleeves. Her wedding were Mrs. Della Apple- :
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:.!: school at Southern College. high score prize, a steak platter, hat was of white hair braid with a I yard of Fort Myers, Miss Abbie Tem-

I .iJIt'J, .'......................................................................................................:. --- Mrs. Hill second high, a kitchen set wide brim. Her jewelry was two ple of Portland, Ore., Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and and the low score prize went to I gold' bracelets, and she carried an Elliott Austin, Mrs. Marjorie McCoy
. Jlr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley spent daughter, LaDeen, and Mrs. Leslie :Mrs.:; M. M. Prewitt, a guest towel. arm bouquet of gladioli! and delphin- and Miss Marion McCoy of Sterling,
several days this week. in Miami. Miller attended a show in Pahokee Handkerchiefs were given to Mrs. I ium.The 111. .

!4 Sunday: Culbreath, Mrs. Mosely and Mrs. C'I matron-of-honor, Mrs. Mau- Before the wedding ceremony a '1
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent --- L. Moran, a tea guest. / j rise Dale of Fairbualt, Minn.,. wore I wedding breakfast and reception ?
P Tuesday in West Palm Beach. and A frozen salad, brownies and iced'!' a gown of turquoise mousseline del I was held at the Minder home which '1
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer
daughter Sherry, left ,Saturday fora tea were served by the hostess to |I I11Irs. sole, floor length, with a brown sash i i was attended by 100 guests. Those
J Mrs. H. H. Turner spent Sunday three week's visit in Charleston, H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. E. C. Mills, : and shoes, and a leghorn hat. She who assisted in serving were Mrs.

r in LaBelle with her parent S. Carolina.Mr. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. F. I'I carried a bouquet of yellow gladioliand Lloyd Graves of Minneapolis, Mrs. .
, Wright, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. H. baby breath. The bridesmaids, I I Robert Derrick of Tracy, Minn., and !
; Mrs. D. A. McGeachey. is visiting -- Bestor, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs Red-i Mils: Marjorie Forrest of Slaytonand Mrs. Vernon Pulyer of Windom, ::,
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B. and *
Mrs. T. Shelley
a sister in Tampa. and elsheimer, Mrs Prewitt, Mrs. Hill Miss Sarah Helen Swanson of Minn. '.-
Mr. and Mrs. B. J.' Schroeder left and the honored guests. Tea guests I Chicago, 111., wore gowns of orchid, Mrs. Hartsfield is the daughter of ',
j Miss Evelyn Hare was a visitor in Saturday to spend two weeks vacation were Mrs. C. L. Moran and Mrs. II (I' and yellow mousseline de sole with I Mr. and Mrs. Emil George Minderof '
this week. in North Caiolina. C. Kolstad. brown accessories and leghorn hats. 'I ;
Tampa one day ..: I Slayton and is a graduate of the
They carried arm bouquets of sal-! University of Minnesota school of .
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg left Sun' Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. G. B. I HA RTSFIELD-MINDKR:: I mon gladioli.The journalism with the class of 1931. 'I?

day for a vacation in North Carolina. Rackstraw and Mrs. M. S. Ludekeu51spent r I -- bride's- mother chose a gown I' Mr. Hartsfield is the ,son of Me. ':J
in West Palm Beach.
I Tuesday (Continued from page 1) I qf aquamarine lace with which she and Mrs. James N. Hartsfield of :,j
Mrs. J. A. Rumbley of Okeecho- Miss Mary Ann Rackstraw returned bert of Pinestone, Minn. A 15 min- wore a brown hat and a corsage of I this city, is a graduate of the Uni:1:
with them for visit with her father I
a
bee was here Tuesday visiting Mrs.J. recital preceded the cere-1 bachelor buttons and talisman versity of the South, at Sewanee,
W. Ezelle. and Mrs. Rackstraw. I. Orville Quackenbush of es. The bride-groom's mother 1'05-1 Tenn., class of 1929, and is a mem-
''a blue lace gown with a white ber of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. ,'I
entertained Minneapolis "Love Here is
Miss LaDeen Peters my
Miss Jewel Russell, Andrew Beery sang and a :corsage of yellow roses. He has been with the U. S. engineersfor :.'7
and Parker T. Wilson visited friendsin with a luncheon party Thursday Heart," and "Because." The young The best man was Carl Eric john-I six years and has been located

Okeechobee Sunday afternoon.Mr. honoring Miss Ann Pafford who just couple entered to the strains of the son of Clewiston and the ushers wereE. in New Iberia, La., during the past .:
returned from a girls' camp in Geor- .1
wedding; march from "Loherfgrln"and George Minder, jr., of Winona, year. '
and Mrs. Dan Deckman and gia. Barbara Broadfoot and Marianne i at the end of the ceremony, 'Minn., and Robert P. Minder of Madison Following a motor tour through J j

son, Dan Jr., of Canal Point visited Jones were the other guests.C. Mendelssohn's recessional was play ; Wis., brothers of the bride. northern Minnesota, the young cou 'Q

here Sunday. ed. All the men in the wedding party, pIe will be at home in New Iberia ; :;
V. Parkinson left the first of
The bride was lovely in a' gown i including the father of the bride, after Sept. 1.. J';:
G Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and the week on a vacation trip throughthe I
western states Yellowstone
to
family returned Friday from a vacation .. '.
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Miami Beach. Park. He was accompanied by his .. .; ;;;, ,,, __ ..,. .. ;
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visit in -= ,, ,,"''''. "' 4ci ""= """ ,.,; .c = d....=--- ,
I -- sister, Miss Edwina Parkinson, of
I Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore Washington, D. C. and Miss Berth

i Haven spent the week-end here with Gram of Moore Haven. ci

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. :
Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Pafford and

DIr and Mrs. V. A. Allen were daughter, Mary Kay, left Saturdayfor Announcement i

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday af Mt. Pleasant, Ga. They returned ;
ternoon.Mr. the middle of the week, their
daughter Ann, who has been in camp)
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and Mrs. A. O. Ward and there accompanying them home.


Miami daughters visitors, Mildred Saturday.Mrs and .Grace, were Mr.Sunday and Mrs.from R.a C.two Wilson weeks returned visit- f See Our Store for Many CioseOatsOn


Jack Herring, of Winona, with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and .
Miss., is the guest of her son, B. E. Mrs. L. R. Oliphant., Mis. Oliphant
Herring and Mrs. Herring returned home with them for a vis- Summer Merchandise That {

r it.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring and

Mrs. Jack Herring were visitors in Mrs. C. W. Wertheim, of .Jacksonville : ".', ,
West Balm Beach Tuesday. arrived last week for a visit : Are on Display
with her son, W. M. Redelsheimerand I
"' Mrs. Redelsheimer. Billy Redel-
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer -
and Mrs. C. W. Wertheim spent sheimer, who has been visiting SR GONE TO MARKET-Our buyer is on his way to the

Friday and Saturday in Miami. Jacksonville her. returned. home with I Eastern markets for seasonable merchandise.

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I ., Durrence Mrs. Roy were Alston visitors and in West Mrs. Palm Foy Mis. M. E. VonMach and daugh- Watch For the Arrivals During the Next Few Weeks '

ters, Sue and Eleanor are expectedto
... Beach Thursday. -:0Clewiston :-
5t .:. __ return Saturday afternoon from
. been
Myron Randman, who has
visiting his aunt, Mrs. .G. H. 'Small, been visiting and recuperating from, Ic
< left this week for Atlanta. a recent' operation. She is much improved Dry Goods Company
in health at this time. Mr. I ,

Arthur Sleil visited from Saturday VouMach will meet them in West
Wednesday at his home in Palm Beach. I "Where Quality Meets Econom '"

Fernandina.Miss I .
MRS. BESTOR ENTERTAINSWITH Clewiston Florida r rkt
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Nell Swindall of Moore Haven BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYMrs. j '

; visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen .., ,, ,..., ,.. .. ... ,. .., ,. ...... ... .. .... .
rzzza '
-' iYk J\o'v.: ;'' Tuesday and Wednesday of this :! ., H. A. Bestor entertained
1 week. with a bridge party at her home
( Monday afternoon. Three tables
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and i were in play. I
I .
1 sons returned the first of the week I A pair of hose was given to Mrs. j w
from a vacation trip to North Caro-
W. C. Owen as high score prize; a
lina and Pensacola. 1 1I box of bath powder to Mrs. G. E.
SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
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Smith as second high prize; lingerieto
I Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and daughter Mrs. M. R. Lawler who held low
Patricia Ann, left Wednesday to. score and handkerchiefs to Mis. C. --. J-.. ; .

join Mr. Meredith in Wilmington, L. Moran and Mrs. Virginia Mosely ,

Del. as guest prizes. | ) .', ',',
Salad, sandwiches and an iced Record of Dividends of
Mis. B. C. Flaniken and children drink were served to: Mrs. F. M. _" ""'" ...;': <", .:, '

r' and Miss Kathleen Flaniken vIsitedI Wright, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, ,' "; ; :'. ;:" :" ",'. ; Clewiston Home Building AssociationYEAR ..
I and Mrs. V. H. McCarter. in La- '. .: '.',' ::"' ) "1' 3
Mills ,
Mrs. ,
E. C. Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, :." )'. ',' -": .../{ ; : :
c Belle last week. Mrs. J.: W. Ezelle Mrs. :F. I. Hill, ; : -" ," : : <.' :, RATE RATEPERCENT

4 Mis. W. H. Redelsheimer, Mrs. C. .:d' .-
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith of Noc- L. Downs, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. .. '. PERCENT YEAR

, ," .! 0 atee spent the week-end with their W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt !! .
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- i :.r daughter, Mrs. Joe Cato and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart. Tea guests' 1928 <:):. : 5.5 1933' .

j'L Cato. .1 were: Mrs. R. V. #Allison, Mrs. R. j :..'.' .. ( 1929. .} :':, ,:;f... 7 1934 6 '. t
I Y. Patterson and Mrs. C. L. Moran. ..
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left this week Washington, Ind., .
'DIRS. FLANIKEN ,ENTERTAINS: I :. ,) ';J' :: 'f'-: '':' 1931 4 : 1936 6
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\. where they were called by the deathof "
WITH BRIDGE PARTY
Mr. Schuck's father. FRIDAY '':. ; {f;; ( 1 1932 ;'to :> 6. ., -

---- Mrs. B.. C. Flaniken entertained; .\ ,, ;.; ._ __
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and last Friday afternoon with bridge! .' ., ,, '. '
daughter, Fay Lou and Dorothy are party honoring Miss Kathleen Flan-!' .," '-1'" :

spending two weeks vacation. at iken. I II ', I CALL BY. THE HOME ..;
I
Crescent Beach. Mrs. M. T. .
Ironmonger was awarded y
I BUILDING OFFICE FIRST ,
high score prize, a wall minor;
Mr. and 'Irs.V'. C. Prewitt and Mrs. R. H. low I! Invest for and R I :,
Knight was and received -! your savings safety a good THING TOMORROW AND
Mr. and Mrs Geo. W. Sparks returned ,
swing
.a set; a handkerchief i \ '
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I' return. Home Building has never paid :
Sunday from a trip through the was given Mrs. H. O. Peters as cute TALK; THINGS. OVER '

western states. prize and Miss Flaniken received tii i dividends of less than 4 percent per year. : ': 1
powder jar and compact as a guest I .
Mrs. Virginia Mosely left Wednesday prize. In these days of reduced: interest on sayings

for her home in Clearwater after Congealed salad, cookies and iced I accounts and reduced returns on other ::
a visit with her brother F. I.
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tea were served to: Mrs. M. T. Iron- ..;
Hill and Mrs. Hill.Mr. forms of investment Home Building offers ,.
monger, Mrs. S. W. Houser, Mrs. M. ..
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R. Lawler, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs.V. the conservative thrifty investor the investment j
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and Mrs. James Dumas of Au- ,
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A. Allen, Mrs H. O. Peters, Mrs. -
burn, Ala., arrived Saturday: for a Leslie Miller, Mis. W. F. Simpson, best suited to his needs. Investigate ,
visit with their daughter, Mrs. R.
e- H. Knight and family. Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. V. H. Mc- Clewiston Home Building Association .
Carter of LaBelle and Mrs. I. M.
Pafford. ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME ,j
Mis. B. E. Nail, Jr., and daughter, -
Wilma Faye, returned Thursdayfrom MRS. KZELLE--GIVES-BRIDGE little as $5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING

land. a visit in Orlando and Lake PARTY It'On'ISITOHS $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION .
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I I Mrs. J. W. Ezelle enteitained Fri- Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. .t
\' Mrs. Carl Berner and daughters, day afternoon with a bridge party PHONES 102103If. "
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Carline and Bobby and Mrs. M H. honoring Mrs. 'T. Perman Culbreath,
i Crouch and daughter, Joan, are of West Palm Beach, the house guest
I spending a week's vacation in Miami of Mr. and Mrs. :W. M. Redelshcim-

I Beach. er and Mrs. Virginia Mosely, of
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THE CHEERFUL CHERUfr



DRAGONS DRIVE YOU I troubles dent mind now Hiving



For tiv&t is when my


spirit < row s

By EDWIN BALMER I Feel 50 sorry For


the folk.lho ,

Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service \ never have these

I'' useful \Joe.s.

. SYNOPSIS be much more enduring," he sahl. not? Oh, you little fool, why not sand into It. He'd thanked them and f\ 'CA""! a

I. "They certainly put up with more In That damned trial We'll marry hardly thought of It.

. Jeb Braddon, young and fantastically those days." and come back for It. Or I'll get you Davis turned again with more hopefulness -
r successful broker of Chicago, Is Infat- "What days?" out of it!1" toward the dark head on the

uated with Agnes Glenelth, beautiful "Of the old tales. Take her that "You can't, Jeb." pillow of the other bed.
f. : daughter of a retired manufacturer.
t:, Rodney, a doctor In love with Agnes, loved the Green Bear of Babbletree. "Was that Irish shyster here?" It was a month later that the res
visits his brother, Jeb. Rod plans work The Green Bear was, of course, right. "Jeb !1" ignation of Davis Ayreforth, as treas. WNU Service.

L'i at Rochester. Jeb suggests that he ly a prince, her true love," Cathal con- "Did you see the papers this after- urer of a canning company, took effect
I leaving.
': In make Rod a try there for Is Agnes a deeper before, obstinate tinued, "but hideously bewitched. But noon? I've left them In the car. ." and he sold back to the officersof

: decency than In Jeb. Rod visits Agnes though he was In his horrible guise, They were downstairs together. the company all his stock. Davis First Ban on Sports

';:". and tells her of his great desire, butrealizes she must recognize the soul of, him, "Sweet scented situation O'Mara's also sold sixty-five of his best bonds;
: It can never be fulfilled. Agnes'mother and seven long years must she follow trying to profit on. Lorrie, It seems, for It happened that Collltt had some- Excavations in progress at
k'.i: Is attempting to regain her hus- Pompeii may reveal the first
him the was Insured for two hundred thou what under-estimated
band's love. Agnes has disturbing over fiery mountain the new capital
recorded to be
sports ground
ever
f\ doubts as to what attracts her father though he might never so much a3 sand dOllars-fifty of which he had required, and so Davis put up, not.. because of disorder-
Ii?" In New York. Jeb tells Agnes he Is turn to look at her once. If she left In the name of his[ first wife as one hundred, but a hundred and fifty disqualified
lx', going to marry her. and together they the beneficiary; but dear little Myrtle had thousand dollars. liness by the spectators. Men
through seven
l f,: view an apartment In Chicago. Jeb asks perseveres years, working under the direction of
she breaks the he's her seen that he had her written In as But the firm of Collltt Ayreforthand
1:' Agnes to set an early date, but she tells spell ; prince ; Professor Majuri curator of the
f' him she cannot marry him. When the and she has him." beneficiary for one .hundred and fifty Remble was formed, and promptly ,
\ Colver offers to show them thousand. excavations, have brought to lighta
* agent, Mr. promoted and marketed their first
"" "Does she? said Amies.
; a furnished apartment. Jeb asks Agnes "The wall which is believed to form
companies paid today the fifty Investment line
'. to see It alone, saying he must return "She does, through everything." He' thousand to the first wife whom he part of the ground in which, teams _
and Jeb
to his office. Agnes consents repeated :
and Nocera
from Pompeii stagedan
I" ': leaves. A radio Is blaring terrifically divorced ; but they're holding up pay- Myrtle LorrIe, who now for over a
.'' from one of the apartments. Colver "Green Bear of Babbletree, ment of the hundred and fifty to sweet month had been In Jail, .decided to Invite athletic contest in 79 A. D,
:i the door, which Is opened History records that hundredsof
raps upon who draws Turn, thou, and look to me: little Myrtle. If she's cleared, by : Agnes to visit her.
If scantily clad girl,
by
a Nocerans went to Pompeii to
Agnes Into the room. Colver finds her Seven long years I've followed thee. O'Mara, Myrtle gets the hundred and Myrtle was not' having much of a ;
!l.: husband, Charles Lorrle fatally shot. Over the fiery mountain.[ fifty thousand Insurance as an ad- time. She was confined, of course, to see the match. While the result
f!. He calls the police Myrtle LorrIe asks ditional reward for the shooting." the women's quarters of the Jail, and was still undecided a decision of

Agnes to phone Cathal O'JIara. a lawyer tie had gone. Agnes was lying with therefore to the company of other the referee was challenged, and
to come at once. Agnes does. The closed on the chaise-longue in her Pompeiian and Noceran spectators -
police take charge. O'Mara arrives. The eyes CHAPTER VI girls and women awaiting trial. Most ,
;r officers are antagonistic to him. Agnes bedroom, when she heard her sister's of them were accused of serious of- came to blows: The matterwas

sides with O'Mara, Agnes Is to be a voice. Bee went In first to see: her Davis Ayreforth lay awake In the fenses ; for they had not been admit referred to the emperor,
witness at the coming trial. Cathal'sgrandfather Nero who disqualified the Pom-
ted to bail.Agnes ,
and father had lost their dark, with his wife asleep In the bed
peiian grounds for ten -
lives In the line of duty as city fire- beside his. He was not happy ; 'and years.

men, and his grandmother, Winnie, has he was trying to figure out what; he on the morning that Myrtle's Montreal Herald.Rub .
built her all around Cathal, who, being could do differently in order to make missive arrived, had risen for break-
1 ambitious, had worked his way through
Bee admire him. fast with her father.
is law school. Thoughts of Agnes disturb
Cathal. Mr. LorrIe had cast off the p She still loved him, he believed ; for She, the Light[ One, and Bee, the f
k, wife who had borne him his daughterto her let !It be a proof of love that his Dark One always had had breakfast'

marry Myrtle, and after two years 1 1A 1i wife physically did nothing, in respectto with him when they were children. He t
of wedded life she had killed him. The i
coroner's jury holds Myrtle to the grand another man, to which he could take ,vas never too hurried to Joke with

i;' jury. Agnes promises O'Mara to review exception, and that Bee continued them ; and he produced from his pock-

the case with him. When Cathal calls without complaint-Indeed, only too I ets surprises, on occasion, of thimble-
Mrs. Glenelth asks questions regarding complaisantly' be his wife. like things that inflated Into bunnies
marital problems in the hope that she
,
So Davis said to himself: "She and miraculous buds that needed onlyto
might get a solution to her own prob- Cuticura Ointment into scalp-
(em. i loves me; she loves me. But she float In a finger-bowl to flower. It
leave overnight-then wash with rich
admires Jeb more.. She doesn't was fun to have breakfast with lathering, medicated Cuticura Soap.
,
admire me at all. Father. Helps clear out dandruff relieves itchy
CHAPTER VContinued10 "It's because Jeb Is making so much Iler mother so Invariably had risen scalp and promotes lustrous hair

money," Davis argued with himself. with him that Agnes never had pic growth. Start the Cuticura treatment

"Than much that is done In a city" "Money is all Jeb has that I haven't tured breakfast without them together today.FREE Sample write"Cuticura"

he replied to her. got. until, last fall, her mother ceasedto Dept 32 Maiden: Mass. "

"Where do you live?" Agnes asked "It's not more money .she wants for come down before her' father lef:' :. J 9q

him, with sudden directness. 'If herself, or for me or for the boys. But the house. \,.,.
: "What am I, you mean-besides a she wants me ,to make more money. This signalized some decline In the

':1 criminal lawyer? I live now near Milwaukee I've got to make more moneya relations of her parents which Agnes}

I,,: avenue In the city ; but I was Ji lot of money, as much as Jeb Brad. felt but did not let herself define. '

,':;, born on Archer, as was my father." don. I can do It 1 He has nothingon "Talked with your mother about

(, "Your father, too?". me !" summer plans, Light One?" he sud-

'f, Cathal smiled. "I know why you Jeb, as every one knew, had made denly demanded, one sunny morning."No. : M ache
millions for himself To such a star, : What are they, Father?" .., -
ask. You wonder why I
speak so, heao
Davis hitched the weak of his "You're to make them."
wagon
when It was my grandfather that
abilities he wrestled in the dark "I? How?"
came over, and he a lad. His father k&& as
I what do. There's
"Largely by
brought him In the steerage; and on with his disappointments. you
the trial first, of course but they're
;tt another ship at sea at the time. was Davis' business was canning a ;
the girl the lad was to meet on Archer good business In Chicago, safe and moving that along. Then what with

I road and marry." "I'm Not Marrying Jeb This Springor steady, though never spectacular, and you, Light One?"

"Your grandmother 01. I ;, Summer Father." well suited to Davis, who was by nature "You mean about Jeb?"
"
a safe, steady person, though he "That's it.
"The same. You'll see her at the .
tried not to appear so. "I'm not marrying Jeb this spring ,
trial. She comes to all I'm defending." mother, so Agnes had a few minutes "
; more of dreamy reverie before her He was thirty two, a cheerful, or this summer, Father.
"Does your father too? sister pushed her feet more to the side healthy, stocky man of medium height, "Because of us?"

"He's gone," said Cathal. "He wasa and sat down facing her. It was six thoughtful of others and tireless when "I don't know why not, Father; oh,

city fireman, and his father before o'clock. he set out to do anything.Yet I don't know why not !1"
,; him He-my grandfather-was one He had to turn
"Your friend said It all seemed only to amuse away.
Myrtle's lawyer
,
x I:: of the twenty that went to the top Bee "seems to have queerly affected his wife. Even his excellence in golf, Agnes saw the lawn and "their" STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACK]
,
of the tower of the Cold Storage buildIng Mother." which once she had admired, seemed shore of the lake that she loved, Get Tettertna and get instant relief from

v. at the World's. Fair, when It almost to amuse her now. He did not through the mist of tears. any skin itching. 60c at all drug storesor
burned." "What did she say to you? sent postpaid on receipt of price.
understand why. What and who was she that counted -
"That perhaps we'd misunderstoodyour SHUPTRINE CO..Dept3.Savannah.Ga.
"He,was one of them that died that Millions now became the measure of with him more than her mother and
friend
.
murderous little Myrtle.3e "
day, as each of them did In line of certainly has done something else a man. The old slow, conservativescale her and all his memories here? What

duty, Miss Gleneith," said Cathal to Mother, too." of progress was gone. Salary, could she be to him, to mean so much?

proudly '"And his son, my father, "Yes." dogged, dependable work, was noth- Her father was thinking of that per-

s;: died like him, In line of duty for Chi- ", ing. A man went out, In these days, son, unknown to his daughter and,
cago. That's my stake In the city, I "What Is it, Agnes? and made-millions 1 scarcely more defined to his wife, but ,
mentioned. Who have "I think she came to see somewhat whom his wife had called "Cash."
can more? Davis did not want to do It at all ;
Would I sell It out by fixing taxes for differently why Father's doing-what he was, for himself, exactly suited. "Cash !" Wha,a name for her! It

clients for my living? I'll take the de- he's probably doing, Bee." But Bee-hIs 'wife, the mother of his had been fastened upon her by his

fense of Myrtle Lorrie, as I've taken The dark head, covered by Its smart boys believed Jeb the better man. wife; and in this manner:

others. But It's my speech that little toque, looked away. 4'A11 right, Jeb thrilled her; her husband, thoughshe On Friday of last week, which was

still surprise you. It wouldn't If if he helped her. "loved" him, bored her. the first of the month, Beatrice Glen- AFTER YOU EAT?

you knew Winnie." The Dark One wandered to the There was that fellow Collitt, who elth had gone to Chicago In the forenoon After you finish a meal can you be sure

"Winnie?" asked Agnes. window. g had come around to the office the oth for shopping, and she was to remain of regular, successful elimination? Get

a "The grandmother I mentioned. She "Who's that Jeb?" er day with Ken Remble. They were In the city for the afternoon rid of waste material that causes gas,

might have come over sixty hours in- "Might be," sal* Agnes, sitting up. forming a company for underwritingnew concert of the Chicago orchestra. For acidity headaches.Take Milnesia Wafers Each

stead of sixty years ago. Do yon Investments, real-estate developments twenty-five years she bad two seats, wafer for quick equals, pleasant 4 teaspoonfuls elimination.of milk of

know Padralc Colum, the Irish poet Jeb had had an exceptionally profitable There was millions In It, they which she had shared on special) days magnesia 20c, 3Sc & 60c at drug stores.

and writer, who was over here on toura day; and on ito day, within recent said ; .millions throughout the years with her hus-

few years ago?" memory, had business been bad. They wanted him to become a part band.

"I went to hear him speak," said Agnes The market for stocks-rails. Indus- ner and put about a hundred thou (TO BE CONTINUED) WNU-7 34-36

wondering what now was coming. trial, utilities, oils, amusements-was

"So did I," said Cathal. "For they soaring. Today it had been almost a D
"Domesday Book" Similarto 0 / /
Prepares.
told me he'd been going through Ire runaway.

.,"" land having repeated to him the last Bankers, merchants, clerks, barbers*. That of. William, the Conaueror
---------
:', of the old Celtic tales that had never bootblacks, shopgirls, dentists' -
I assist-I I When William[ the Conqueror of England whole land, the biggest survey of this
.t seen print. He was collecting them ants, hair-dressers, manicurists
know what sort of kind attempted in the world. Doctor
wanted to Just ever
t' to write them all down. I told him vator boys, street-sweepers every- IO you suffer burning, scanty ot
D
land he had conquered he sent his officers Stamp organized thousands of vol- backache
: he'd been wasting his time traveling.He body young or old, enlightened or Illiterate too frequent urination; ,
should have come straight to Chicago capable or stupid with millions to every hundred (a division of a untary workers who based their work headache, dizziness, loss of 'energy,

I" and he'd have 1 card them 0.11- or with a scraped-up dollar or county) In the country and in one on the ordinary ordnance survey, and leg pains, swellings and puffiness
for their lit- under the ? Are you tired, nerv
the records own eyes
the Domesday compiled
L: ,, from Winnie.' And 1 found In fact, two, was playing the market. And year they compiled ous-feel all unstrung find don't 6'know
'; she had one he'd never heard from whatever their state of mind, or of Book. tle villages or towns. what is wrong? ,

t: any other. The strange thing It was body or soul they were all making Dr. L. Dudley Stamp Is no con Doctor Stamp then toured the whole Then give some thought to your

V' always my favorite." money. queror, being Instead a geography pro- country by car, checking the results. I kidneys. Be sure they function properly -

'[. "You knew It?" Jeb was exultant. He had never fessor at the London School of Eco "To start with," he says, "the work for functional kidney disorder permits .

- "Knew it? Wasn't 1 rocked and been so right. He had made money nomics. But (five years ago he. too, was Involved completion in the field of ii2- excess waste to stay in the blood,
: know exactly 000 G-Inch on which were markedthe and to poison and upset the whole
taken with a desire to maps
reared them
,; on ? And this I could not only for himself but every client
what sort of country Great Britain was, utilization of every acre of land. system.
hear
never enough-the Green Bear for whom he traded and whom he ad
' "All the work was done by volunteers Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the
with the ,
of Babbletree." vised. He had lived In a chorus of how It had changed years recommendedthe

He was holding Agnes' memoran- acclaim and gain all day. and, more Important, how It should organized on a county basis. kidneys world only.over.They You are can get the genuine

dum of what' Myrtle Lorrie had said He ran halfway upstairs to meet Ag- regulate Its changes In the future.So Some of them were university students, time-tested Doan's at any drug

and done, after having shot her hus- nes coming down. he began a Domesday Book of school teachers, school children, or local I store.

band; and suddenly aware of it be "Glen, what a day We can do any- his own, which he called the Land Utilization surveyors. The surprising thing

contrasted it to the matter in his mind, thing we like-anything, when you say I 'Survey of Great Britain.It was that we often found the schoolchildren

"V and smiled. r the word !1" He caught her up on the will be, as nearly as possible a to be more accurate than the I O a

"The woman, Miss Glenelth, used to landing. "Now you'll say It? Why detailed account of the face of the experts. j i





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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1936 j



\SJ Foreign Words Right Leg Provedto

\ 'i and PhrasesAbusus Be the Wrong One


OUR COMIC SECTION non tollit usum. (L.) One day a customer asked an
Abuse is no argument against the enterprising tailor if he had any
proper use of anything.Auri trousers made especially for one-
sacra fames. (L.) Ac- legged men:

cursed greed for gold. "Certainly," replied the tailor.
Bon chien chasse de race. (F.) "Dress trousers?"
A good dog hunts from instincts "Yes, the best "
THE FEATHERHEADS AB ..52ru.o Introducing ; you've got.
e blood will tell.
Hurrying into the rear of the
I r J Coute que coute. (F.) At any store, the tailor snatched up a '
! L SAY/6UN/MOR -- I NEEDA --KIN 1a cost. pair of trousers and snipped off 4

FRieND BAD LEND METt4 Doux yeux. (F.) Soft glances. a leg, and presented them to the :.
Esprit des lois. (F.) The spiritof customer. ;,
BUCK ? the law.Favete '
"That's the sort of thing a aI
linguis. (L.) Avoid uttering want. What's the price?" j;]

1 /f1L' ill-omened words; main- "Eight dollars, sir. The price '
1-TTTrf: ;
l + tain silence.In is very reasonable." ,>1

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not clear. left leg off." i
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I DEC LARE of Lieutenant William / SHOE WHITE will not rub off.\
WERE UNTIL Contains Ingredients of Mufti Home Dry Cleaner\
tooK VERY UP ? Blight and set the commanderand to CLEAN as it Whitens large Bottles 251
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UNCoMFORTA
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makes it appear Blight's official
2'i- cruelty was extraordinary in the .
r& British navy and that the mutiny
J ': caused whipping of sailors to be
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I and sailors continued to be lashed ,J

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WHAT VoU DONi'T
RoBBBP/PIP NO-z-1
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WAS IT FORE olJ HAVE 1

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FOR ALL ITS LIGHT, CRISPY
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WHEAT RANKS IN FOOD
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VALUE WITH SOLID DINNER DISHES


8RE1 cSt COMPARE.1

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From Memory STYLE HINT Danger pffEE| ':MV BAEON ND COSEEEnst EDL LIVER

., Little Betty (watching her father McTavish was riding in a taxi QU .i 36.5 CALORIES (PEA ot.)
If' shave)-Do you always look in the whei. the driver lost control of the *** V* ff

mirror when you shave, dad? vehicle, which was traveling alongat DIGESTS FASTER PUFFED WHEAT
Fe.ther-Yes, Betty. Why do
you a rapid speed.
ask I /O6.O CALOR/ES(PEROZ.}
? "Hey," yelled the Scot in evident QUAKER PUFFED RICE HAS
i Betty-Well, can't you shave from II G concern, "what is the matter, THE SPEEDY DIGESTIBILITY
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"Darned if I know," replied the IN THEse HIGH TENSION TltAES.
A GREAT FIND driver, "I can't stop her." THIS QUAKER PUFFED RICE 1.02 M&ms.
BREAKFAST NO.I WAS 01CESTFOIN (IRON PER OZ.)
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Miss Frog-These big hats are so ACCORDING TO TESTS MADE flY
becoming. DR. PAUL G. DICK, CHICAGO. 1.30 Mgms.IIP.OJ .
@ c'k HER RULE INNER ( / PER oz)

Y'y Method in His Madntss
ti 1/ L-Q Lawyer My client's insanity

takes the form of a belief that ev-
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won't allow me, his counsel, to approach rJi I 1
him. "'/ 7
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Judge-Maybe he's not so crazy
after all.


In and Out \ \\ ? O

Mrs. Smartley-You are home
tell you old man, Maude: is early from court, Katie.
a for bright"girl. She's brains enough Katie Yes, ma'am. I got thrownout for Board-And, Mrs 1 I

"Then two when I clapped my hands when Stew, I pay as I go. ,
she's the very girl for the judge gave my husband three Mistress Stew-Very good, sir;
JI
you. months. I
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1036'

, EIGHT

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-
car at the Show Boat, the President'slast ner prescribed by law, for those of the East 1005
Committe inhabitants who by reason of age, infirmity North
Feet .
i Safety ,.
< view of the Exposition, as his or misfortune, may have '
claims the aid and sympathy of 752 Feet to ,
' ::. train slowly pulled out, was 'the society;upon provided, however, the Legis- Beginning ........ 1 43 28 100 Unknown: ...............-....-..... $ 12.19
:: (Continued from page 1) Florida Manor House and our beautiful lature may by general law provide fora
Washington Gardens ,
garden. uniform State-wide system for such
tropical '
t Railroads to have trains sent In Immediately I I benefits, and appropriate money there- Subdivision ,

t 1" to take out any of the for provide; but,benefits no such to general any person law shall who of N. W. ,,71\ "

residents who wish to avail them- shall not have been a resident of the 'A .................... Z 43 28' >
of leaving DREDGING FINISHED State of Florida for a period of five Block 14 Lots ""
? selves of this opportunity his ,
";, the area. Transportation will be years application continuously therefor next nor proceeding shall such 18, 19 ............- Will Newry ...................... 1.0G

;provided free of charge and trains general solely law provide on account for benefits of age to who any Block 17' Lots \ ., '. -. '

will be loaded under the supervisionof TO LAKE HICPOCHEEMoore person has not attained the age of sixtyfiveyears 11. 12 ............ lvira Weston ..........:...:..; 1,06

Red Cross representatives in the I by any; Provided law of,, the further United that States where, a Block 18, Lot 30 Elvira Weston ................:: .76

various lake towns. The trains will lesser or different period of residenceage Block 41, Lot 28 'E. P. IrvIng _.........:........... : ,76
? ( Haven Democrat) or citizenship shall be fixed In I ,
{,: proceed to Sebring where refugees I order for the State of Florida to par- South 2h of N. W. I

'? will tie provided with food, shelter, The widening and deepening of ticipate In any Federal grants that 1',4 of N. ".. /4 3 43 28 20 Oscar 1\Ialmberg .............. 1.66;
be made for such the .
Three-Mile canal was completed might purposes
clothing and medical attention by Legislature may prescribe such requirements S. W. 3+ of N. W.4 '

the Highlands County Chapter as Wednesday afternoon by the Mac- as to citizenship age and I ...............__..... 4 43 28 40 A. L. Kinzie ....................... .(..01'S.
Williams Dredging Company and residence as will be consistent with W. 3f of N. W. ,
long as may be necessary. and not in conflict with such FedeiaiLaw.
their plant 102, huge Marion steam ." 3, and N. "''. r '..
'
The Safety Committee is composedof dragline, left that afternoon to go Approved June 4, 193d 1.4 oC S. W. 3 6 43 28 80 Unknown ........................ 6.791
Red Cross Chapters of Belle North % of N. E. '
four-mile stretch J-
to work on a along
Glade, Canal Point, Clewiston, Moore I A JOINT RESOLUTION 14 ...................... 7' 43 28 80 Unknown .........................-. 'f. 6.79S.
the Caloosahatchee just south of -, .
.
Proposing an Amendment to Article .
.
Haven, Okeechobee, PahoKee, Se- E. 'l of N. W. '
a Lake Hicpochee.A VIII of the Constitution of the State ." -
bring West Palm Beach and representatives of Florida Relative to Cities and 34 and :mast .'As '

b': of the Army Amateur gap which had been left as the Counties. of S. 'V: >i. .. 8 43 28. 120 Unknown ..........-.--........:... 9.81
town at the Be It IteNwltcd fly' The Legislature of -
through
dredge came .
G Acres in S. W. I
the U. S. Army .
Radio System, and The Mute ot Florida:
The Chair- highway bridge was dug out last That the following Amendment to 1,4 of S. W. %. '

Engineers at Clewiston. week and completed the first of this Article VIII of the Constitution of of N. W. 1.4 0__. 9' 43 28 \\'illouyby Dyess .._........... 1.11S. .
committee is George of Florida relative to cities '
man of the the State .
\V. 'i of S. E.
week. The dredge was then loadedon and counties to be numbered Section '
Carr of West Palm Beach; vice- 10 Delia J ... ..........
a barge and with their smallest 10 of said Article VIII be and the ,4 'of N. W. 1,4 9 43 28 Prevatt : : 1.16

chairman, Dr. Wm, J. Buck of Belle same is hereby agreed to and shall S.V, %. of N. E. "

;' Glade and Mrs. J. A. Goodrich of machine, the little Sargent mountedon be State submitted at the General to the electors Election of to the be 14 and Lot 1 __ 10 43 28 86 C. S. Horrell .......{\ ............ '. 15.55
the back of the barge, was movedto
West Palm Beach is Secretary. held on the :First Tueday.afier! the Beginning N. W. ;: '

?'1 Weather Bureau under the railroad bridge for comple- first Monday in November A. J->. 1J3t: Cornel'S. W. ,,: :.' '. .',
The U. S. : ,
the excavation there. This for ratification or rejection, to-wit .. '. '
tion of JiofN, E,1': ", .. !. -
Earnest Carson, the Governor's Co- Section 10. The Legislature shall \ : .
Committee headed by required only a few hours-the last have power to establish, alter or Abolish Past"t.: { ;:"1; ,r+ly y

ordinating of the excavation in the Three-Mile a Municipal corporation to be : 4 8
Lt. Col. Vivian Collins, the Amateur known as the City of Key Nest, 'extending _
canal portion of the Caloosahatchee territorially throughout the South 70 ..
.. .
Radio Communications, the cooper- I present limits of Monroe County, in Yards West 70 ..' __. .,' ,( // ,-/ .
waterway. '
railroads and others will work the place of any or all county district '
n+ ating most Before leaving the Sargent was I municipal and local governments, Yards North ,' :.:, : :..: .: .,,',:\C; :,:,:-:,:,: : _;Jf {"1'
the comprehensive '
: "
together to present 70 Yards to =1 '
boards bodies and officers constitutional '
information possible to unloaded south of the bridge to .. or statutory, legislative executive Beginning .....:.. 10 43 28"' ".1 H:' S. Dyess 'u:.:;.,:. :: : _'i/ 6.03
-" shape up the berm and spoil bank judicial or administrative, Government Lot 'I '.
obtain to residents of the Lake area
and shall prescribe the jurisdiction,
:- particularly. of the portion recently excavated. By powers, duties and functions of such 2 ...................... 11 43" 28 62 C. B. Horrell _..::.:..:::: :::::; 9.51.

dark the machine had moved almostto municipal corporation, its legislativo, West 2h of Lot 1 13 43 28 23 E. Kelley ....__..........:........._ :,.-, WIg '
The plans made for tills year ar'emost unusually executive, judicial and administrative
Lake Hicpochee, making East 3-4 of South '
departments and its boards, bodies and
complete and the fact that this : good time propelling itself by officers; to divide the territory included I % of N. 1:. 'h I/- f .'' .

organization is ready to do every- throwing the bucket ahead and in such municipality into subordinate and that or"f',,, ..,' ,\ '. ,
districts, and to prescribe a just '
thing possible to avert loss of life : drawing the barge toward it. and reasonable system of taxation for tion of East ,1,{ "' ,'' n' ,' :

during a possible storm is expected I, such municipality and districts; and of N. E. 3i ofS ': :, .' ;
The Spadaro company completed. to fix the liability of such municipality : ." 'rof
to eliminate considerable of the hysterIa their gap at the locks recently and and districts. Bonded and other in- E'tar North ,> ,,:. : : > ;> ":::' :: '
G advancing Road :. : 'h, :.
) which is occasioned 1j by the debtedness existing at the time of the .. "
Residents the new canal is finished from the establishment of such municipality, 25 _..: ............... 13 43 .:.28 66: P. G. .Snyder .. : ::. .:' ;..;,. 5.11
hurricanes. are
I lock to Lake Hicpochee. shall be enforceable only against property 5 Acres In; S. E. ::" .> :' .,. :;iijZ: "F';:
.
until such theretofore taxable therefor. The .
urged not to evacuate ', ," .. '; ) f.c .ii \ 4'
the (/
A work crew of Inter-county Legislature shall, from time to time, Corner East % j .t
time as the Weather'Dureau gives Telephone and Telegraph Company. determine what portion of said municipality -.. of S. 'V. of '0' '' ;';\:. ,-- -r.it.,> :; 't'' + ,>:

out an official warning that this was here last week from Fort My. is a rural area, .and a home 1 N. W. s u..m.. 14 43 28 5 Unknown. -_:::.:..: :'.... =:_ : :: 1.6j(
stead in such rural area shall not be "
n may be necessary and it is stressed ers and moved their submarine cable limited as if in a city or town. Such Lots 21, 22, ', /..:> >; : ::<'t ,
that evacuation is not compulsory inany' I municipality may exercise all the pow- Palma C i a : ,
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sense of the word even after a down stream about fifty feet from : ers of a municipal corporation and Subdivision ......15 43 "28' : Unknown. :: ..::::::: = :'::...... ,, 1.96
shall also be of the '
j recognized -
as one '
its former location. legal of the State 2294: .' ,'.' :.. ::; .:;< ':' : .:;:: .': .
divisions Begin
warning is given. Evacuation plans with the political duties and obligations of a i __ bI ,' :-......' .. ., "" ,, -' ,,.,,,,,, f"'''....:....',.;..":;-; .
Feet West ,
have been made to care for those all the : ; : ';"
county and shalPbe 'entitled to I : '
Z who wish to go but it is generally Window in UmbrellaAn powers rights and privileges includ- E. Cornet' ; '\ :
3' ing representation in the State Legislature Government .i : ; /: < "i.
believed that there is little danger umbrella with a mica window Jn which would accrue: to it if Lot 1. West ; :

from the winds if residents will get one section Is a recent Invention tenable it were a county. All property of Mon- 593iA Beet-r, '
roe County and of the municipality in .. .. ,
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s into substantial buildings. (
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a pedestrian to see where he said county shall vest in such muni- North 353 't .
i While it is hoped that there will Is heading on a rainy windy day. cipal corporation when established as Feet, East ':: : '.
herein provided. The offices of the 23'i.: i ti
be no storms of consequence this Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff Feet, ; .;., /
year, there is no way to know when shall not be abolished but the Legis- 201 Feet, West :." i' ";' ''7 i.' '.. 't" bH', ,

lature may prescrilfe the time when 62 Feet, North ; : ,. ;' .. rf / .I' :. : .'': (.!: 5.:; .' .
one may come and the efforts of the NOTICE OF ELECTION and the method by which such offices ." r',1.: ';. L,:"1I'.f"'t 'M.'.';M1f.... \
shall be filled and the compensationto 24 Feet, North r \
Safety Committee result in the 4
may be paid to such officers and may : ''' '. :< ) -i'{ 4-R"? : > > :' ;:
77" West 335 ; '
the of 1935 -1 ,., c
WHEREAS Legislature ,
saving of numbers of lives. ';" : { ,. :} .
vest in them additional powers and ,' .! = ;.. Ti 1
under the Constitution of 1885, of the Feet To River ..' : .,:-.h< ." ; .J'>: r.f-l <; '

Resolutions State of Florida proposing did: pass amendments two Joint to duties.ished or No consolidated county offic with: shall another be abol-of- East Along <,;} :' : :::=, ,f S' /2\; : ,. : :;:: \ \'

fice without making provision for the River' to Point .
President Praises- the Constitution of the State of Flor- '
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e n
performance of all State duties now :
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ida, and the same were agreed to by a of Beginning, ; :" .
or hereafter prescribed by law to be ... -,.
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vote of three fifths of all the mem- '1 ;, -i .
performed by such county officer.Nothing South to Begin-
bers elected to each house that the .. .
; contained herein shall affect O'Neill :.. :............:_.r' 7.34N.
43.28 15 Mary
(Continued from page 1) voters on said Joint Resolution were Section 20 of Article III of the Con- ning .................. 15 .;>:, : : '

Florida. Pointing to the Florida Ex- entered, and, with upon the did their yeas determine respective and nays and thereon direct Journals -- stitution as to of such the .provisions State of Florida therein, except as- lV' ..;..i...of.....N......E..:.. 17 :;;28 '40 .Unknown------------, :; ; : {;;.;. ::-" :> 4.e7of
hibit he said "I to the they : : : : : : :
am glad see relate to regulatingthe jurisdictionand : j'i
that the said Joint Resolutions be sub- West of E. ,"--. ,. 't'- ., ; .. ,.. .,..'}. ,<" "I..J. ', ,
great state of Florida participating mitted to the electors of the State at duties of any class of officers, to I ;

here with, a beautiful exhibit." He the General Election in November and summoning petit juries and, to impanelling assessing and grand col- S. and '" :

made no specific mention of oth- 1936.NOW THEREFORE, .R. .A. GRAY lecting taxes for county purposes and East S: ; :; :
any I. to regulating the fees and : [; ;; : :
compensa- ; } ; ; : :

er But exhibit Florida on the and grounds.the Florida Exhibit Secretary ida, do hereby RHNUKAIj of State give of ELECTION, the notice State that of a Flor- tion izing such of the Municipal county establishing officers.corporation No abolishing law pursuantto author-of E.'/4 3'4 } W.34 ;: : : Ii'

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;( had been forceabli and pleasantly ida will on be Tuesday held in each next county succeeding in Flor-the this Section shall become operativeor of ',';; ofS. ( : ask. : ;

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effective until E. S. .
approved by
impressed his and a ma- I ,'
z' upon active first the said Monday Tuesday in Nov being t'nber the A. D. 1936 jority of the qualified electors partici- W. .... .. 18. 43' :'2 8'"15 O. Wm. J;. Conrad ..;..-..-.--:...;< 5.41
iI<,: alert mind just a few moments be- pating in an election held in said 3'4 ,
N.. W. :-
t TIIIHD II4.V OI1 AOM2MI1ERfor : N.. W. of ., : : .
county, but so long such municipal '
.:.: fore he stepped from his automobile the ratification or rejection of the as ,. :. ,'. ,
corporation exists under this Section li Less 2 Ac-
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if' to enter the banquet hall.. For said amendments Joint to Resolutions the Constitution proposing of the Legislature may amend or extend res near N W. ', .: .:' : .,.,:'

as Cleveland's Mayor and Exposition the State of Florida, viz. the referendum law authorizing to the the qualified same without voters Corner .............. 20 43 28 38 Unknown :...;...:.:__ ...._::::::.: 4,61

.::. officials took him on a person- A JOINT RESOLUTION unless the Legislative act providing East '/ of S. E. .' -1' .: :
Amend Section 3 of
Proposing to the '
. :- ally conducted motor tour of the Article XIII of the Constitution of for such for amendment or extension' shall 1,4 of N. W. 1.4.. 20 43 .28 20 Unknown .....:.:...__::....:.._" ; 2.81
provide such referendum.
', grounds, his journey down "Blos- the State of Florida Relating to Approved June 4, 1935. North 1h of N, E. __ ,:,: J. : '::.' : .
Provisions for the Aged; Infirm, and /4 gf N. W. 3f 26 43 28 20 Unknown m._ ;:;......: :....:..:: .- .66
: som Way" led him directly to the Unfortunate.lie I

. Florida Manor House which standson It Itesol\eil Fly The Legislature ol The votes cast in compliance with I East 3-4 of S. ;.:., s.
The State of Florida: said proposed amendments ,and the
a knoll visible for the entire dis- That Section 3 of Article XIII of the canvass declarations and returns I :
/: tance. Constitution of the State of Florida thereof shall be subjected to the same and Vest % ;
relating to Provisions for the Aged, regulations and restrictions as are : \
E'-': Anticipating his visit and alert to Infirm and Unfortunate be and the provided by law for general electionsin E.3S. ] :: : } ;i ,
G : do same is hereby amended and as am- the State of Florida. ;
Earl
everything possible
: Brown
ended is agreed to and shall be sub- I IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF and Nest ; ::,.,. ; : .
. had aranged with Byron Stevens, mitted to the electors of the State of I have hereunto set my: of East ; < .
: Florida at the next general electionto hand and affixed the Great
Sanford artist SE
the exhibit staff ,,
on
be held on the first Tuesday after Seal of the State of Florida -E. S. Royer':.::: ..:. ..:.._.... :\ 2.93
to paint a giant portrait of the Pres- the first Monday in November 193C fpr at Tallahassee, the Capital E. % ................. 29. 43 28. 50,'. :' ,. : '.' :
Ident. And this ratification or rejection; said Section this the 1st day of August, West 3 of .':,;
which
portrait, prov- 3 of Article XIII as amended shall A. D. 1936. -
1,2 of S.
ed to be a striking likeness in full read as follows: (SEAL) West J .
"Section 3, The respective countiesof R. A. GRAY, W. 3i of N. E. ,': ;..;

color, artistically framed and draped the State shall provide in the man- Secretary of State. i V ...................... 29 43 28 10 May K. Royer .... .=...._...... .- 1.76

with national colors stood as a ____ West% of N. E. .; ..

welcome and greeting at' the en- ------- 'I v& .m..__.............. 33 43 28 80 J. H. Cahill ............:.. mm .; 6.49S.
tratoce of Florida Manor. I ;:.: -
E. ,4of S. E. "
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While many smaller pictures of I NOTICE I I 3t or N. W. 5 44 28. 10 Unknown __......:___.............._, 1.06N.

the Chief Executive were displayed W. V of N. E. .

about the grounds, none could com- 34 of N. W. % 8 44 28 10 Clifford Adams ................ '. 1.06

pare with Florida's presentation. As I Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so West Ih of N. E. ..,

the presidential car neared the much' thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes 34 of N. E. 'i '

en- herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sales and of N. W ',i .._. 8 44 28 5 Olive B. Adams umm..u" 1.:6

trance fo our exhibit. ,' the picture i advertising, will be sold at Public Auction on the Seventh day of September S. 1V. ?4 .............. 8 44' 28 160 Nelson H. Tinklepaugh ...- 9.8.1

caught his eye;, his smile widenedand A. D. 1936, at the hour of 12 O'clock Noon, at the CourthouseDoor North % of N' 'V.i '

he leaned' from the car for a in the City of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida and S. E. 3i '. .

better look as, he gracefully lifted \ of N. 'V 'r4 ..__ 21 44 2'8 120 Wm Freeman ...__............_ 8.00

his hat high above his head and Government Lot : S

bowed his acknowledgement to the 1 __.-_._.---.-..__--... 6 43 29' 31 Unknown ...,................-....... .,J 5..6.8

staff of Florida Manor standing at Amount of Taxes Government Lot'

attention in front of the building.News Description of land g c 11.1 Owner I 2 Except a S

::: ci. I' and. Costs strip 222 Feet .. ,
photographers and g. : ca' ) .
report-I Wide on East .' '
ers had no advance m f-t c: <::: "-
Side and Ex- e
Florida's plan of greeting, and they cept a strip .:
East % of S. E. '
were as much impressed and sur- 210 Feet wide

prised as the President. Several U of N. E. tt on West side.. 6 .13 29 37 Mattie Buruette ..'....-.. .... 7,29 ,s>
and Beginning"N. : '
leaped from their cars and hurridly .. Begin at S. W. ,
E. Corner of', -
snapped photos for use in local pa- ,"":' .: r t Corner of Government .
West Vs of S.
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pers. I I Lot 2, .
E. H of N. E. : '
With Florid : North to North
so vividly ought % West 210 East .
Boundry,
to his attention, the President evi- Feet South '
1', 210 Feet :* : .. .
dently carried his favorable. impres-. 420 Feet, East. South to Dank '- .

sions to the banquet table. j i 210 Felt 'l' Caloosahatchee .

While Florida was 'well content]I I Ij North 420 River, Westerly ". I ..

with her glorious day, she was yet!!j Feet to Beginning along Meanders 7

to have another "break", for it 11ap'pens ; Also Beginning of Riverto -.
E

\ that the the only railway track entering -1 I Corner S. N.E. U ginning Point .of.....Be-...... 6 43 29 6 Olney and T, H. .O'Banlon 4-76
grounds directly passes West 667 Feet '
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the exhibit. So entering his private II South 41" 33' (CONTINUED. QN PAGE ONE, SECTION TWO; .. _. ..
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rl SECTIOX TWO CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, .' O' SUBSCRIPTION: 2.00 YEAR



(CONTINUED FROM SECTION ONE) Subdivision
Lots 13, 14 .... 4 43 29 Bryan, Keefe and Adams 3.80

South of East Block 42, Aiken 4Subdivisiojn
'y of Govern- '

ment Lot 3 .... 6 43 29 10 Edith H. Brown .............. 2.43 Lots 21 to 23.. 4 43 29 Unknown .......................-:. 4.56

West l/2 of Gov- Block 42 Aiken .
ernment Lot 3.. 6 43' 29 20 Frank Matusiak :............- 2.80 Subdivision, ..... a

Government Lot :. I Lots 39, 40 .... 4 43 29 Unknown ....._.................... 2.27 ,
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4 less Harding Block 44 "DotyHaynes" ; "
Subdi- -
Heights Sub-
vision, less division Sec- ;: I
Lots 132, 178.. 6 43 29 40 Frank Matusiak _...._....-. .. 3.37 tion B.,, Lot 25 4 43 29' F. Watts Hall :..:.............:,. 10.95

Harding Heights Block 45 Hedges -
Subdiv i s ion, Subdivision -
Lot 178 .._...'._. 6 43 29 Miriam Haines ................ '1.52 Lot 16 ............ 9 43 29 Unknown --.......:................ .- 3.80
Government Lots Block 49, West : '
5,6,7, ............ 6 43 29 114 Unknown ...._m..._:...._........ 8.06Government '/& Perry C. .
Lot r. Hulls Subdivision ., '.." -
5West __.....-........-..... 6 43 29 40 Unknown .....:.................... 8.06 Lots 9, 10 9 43 29 Unknown ...........---............ 3.34
% of S. W. ;: Block 5d and 51 -

Ji of Govern- ."..., IiiclcpocloeIieigllts ," ., .
Ment Lot 9 _.... 6 43 29 5 .Unknown ....:..-.....:_ ;..;...... 2.27 SubdiV V t ) ... ;'. ,

Laura V.: HullsSubdivision .' ',' ,':,;. ':. .> ,is ion ......-----... 9 43: X2J :
L of :.""," rGovernment .. '.0..1." ; ,.t \', ;:.' Block C, Lots 11, .
.>\ ,' .- -.n''': f: ''' '' 'J'-" 12 ....-............... S. D. and Sophia Ha-: .

Lot 11 in Sec- ': .. ': ;'. 1 boush ..........................., 1.52

tion 6 and Lot 13 ................ :- Unknown --........................ .92
Government : ,, ];' Lots 28 to 30 .... r. Nellie Mcquarrie .............. .92 .
Lots 2, 3, 4, in l'i) ,{ 'itfri- Block D, Lot 22 Unknown. _......._................. .92 c"
:
C' Section 7, Lot t ;, ; Block F, Lots 21, '
15 and North !J : 22 _...... Unknown .......................... 1.22Block
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360 Feet off ; -. : ., 58 LaBeiieHighlands I '
Lot 16 .0""'_"' 43 29- ;: ';..H. C. Thompson _...:........ 4.67 Sub- =
Laura V. HullsSubdivision :; ,'. ," r' division, Lot 32 9 43' .29 Unknown ....'............':..........- 1.52
-:
of = Block 63, LaBelle
GovernmentLot SUb- .
Highlands : V .
11 in Sec f.Government division __.._.._.... 9 43 29 Unknown .........;................ 6.84 oo

tion 6 and r Block 64, Mann- V
ing Subdivision '

Lots 2, 3; 4, in "". %f Lot 3 ............m: 9 43 29 Unknown .......;.................'.....-. 1.52
Section 7, Lot TV Block 72 Mann-
19Laura 43 29- Unknown ;4.84 ing Subdivision 9 43 29 8 Unknown .......................... 5.78 .'
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l' V. HullsSubdivision <' e Klocks;: 77, 78, 79, >-
V
of 80, LaUelle

Government ;, ." Terrace ....__.. 9 43 29 CB
r Lot 11 in Sec- : '._>-':'.... :, :Block B Lot 3 .... Claude E. Marble _........... .92

tion 6 and : : Block G, Lot 9 .... Unknown .......-................. .92 ..= w
Government : :,; :,' Block G, Lot 11 Unknown .........._............_.. .92
Lots 2, 3, 4, in : ; ;:ZJ'dP? ;( !; ..i ,'rl Block H, Lot 9 P. D. Finck .............._....... .92 )
Section 7, Lot ; Block H, Lot 11' P. D. Finck ...................... .92 =
t 26 .................... 43 .: 2?;.\):. .Tillie' Crawfofd,'.:. ; :........ '4.23 allock H, Lot 20 Mary M. Boas ;................. .92

[" i! Begrlll 528 Feet -'._, -_. ': :...; ..:> :.. dock 89 Goodnos o
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I of S. E. '..: ":... .u.: ... .. ...,.-..' i SubdivisionLot .

Corner Lot 32, 1 ................ 9 43 29 Unknown ........,.................. 1.52 h-
West 528 Feet :Block 95 Goodnos '' -V "' V <

i 1 North to River i Subdivision ...... 9 43 29 8 W. E. Wood .......:............ 6.54 .;.d
Northeast :Block 103, "Sha- .

erly along River dow Lawn .' ." ... ,- ... V I,
c' to Point : :'- tiC, Court" Subdivision -_ .V ." .
North of Beginning ., ""'""'
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,. Block B 4. : a
South Lot 8 .............. 4 43 29 Oliver H-Adler' ..;.....::.....: 2.12"Shadow .

i <,JS to Beginning; 'f"1 ,. ..- .,''''''' ...., .,." .', .,' Lawn ,. ... .. .'';. ";. V '
'. 1 Also Lot 33 in Court" Subdi- -
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L. V. HullsSubdivision vision, Block B. V .: V
of :xri Lot 13 ....._.._.0.. 4 _43 .,..-20) ". --". ,Hugh Sheppard..:..:::::::: :::; .:. 1:82
i Government -,, r .a. Block 107 "Palm ,. ',... .
Lot 11 .............. 7 43 2915" Unknowx'": ..:: :r C.94 Heights" Block. V ,

( City of LaBelle" : .' < B, Lot 10 ..:..._. 9 43 29' Geo. A. LaClair ..:::........... 1.52 ;
Sections 4, 5, Block: 111, Lots V =

8, 9, 43 29 F, 1 to 30 .._......... 9 43 29 Unknown. ....---..:......":...... 3.50 j
"Byids Subdivision Block 112, Lots V .' P.
} of Goodnos ?:, 1 to 30 __......__" 9 43 '29 Unknown .;..:..::.; ..:-'i....:...; 3.50 (C8)-
V V
Subdivision" ,- Block 113, Lots .': "
1 Block 1, Lots '' : .' :. I ,- 1. to. 30 ..._........ 9 43 29, 'Unknown ....;....:..: ::.:..:;.... 3.50Beginning :=aj
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8 to 12 inclusive '
0 ,
t .................. 4 43' .29 :. Unknown ...........'............... 4.70 Feet West ;n : :-:. .:; .': : :,., : :.:V <.'V," > : _.>
Lots 13, 14 ...----- -. -..%' y. C. E. Mcafea _.................:. 5.48 25 Feet South' ., .:'>' '- ,: ... ,.. ". ::,,.:, : -S
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I I Block 2, Lots 4 : :'I = of N. E. Corner ; < ,
to 7 .............._. '. :!- F. Watts Hall .................. 5.83 of Government V : :J ... I I
Block 2, Lots 8 to :, -. Lot 3, South 75 .A;t :0i > ; H .

14 m..n......... '. '." '-.May Byrd Smith .............. 4.26 Feet, West 150 i. ; ;: ({:: : '
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GoodnosSubdi-- / .. Feet, North 75 ;j ? :. o "'"'
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of Block 'j -
vision j -
Feet East 150 '
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5, Lots 38, 40 :.: .,' ,: .. ":. : "'-. V
..' .. :: ; Feet V to Beginning ., .
Less 50 Feet :"..:': .- 'yc} .', -:- : .;.... -. .00...._......._ 5 43 29 : V A. L. Heudrickson ....Estate 13.05 IHS ,
on East end .... 4 43 29:. :. Unknown ..:.:...._. : :::.....:.:, 20.39 Beginning 755 ":, .: V r./ : : : '-..' .. :: V'l
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Goodnos Subdi- .' '. ,,". '-. Feet South and <
I 1 vision of Block '-* :: <, 830 Feet West "U -'
6 West %, Lots' ';. .. of N. E. Coiner i
18, 19Goodnos .............. 4 43 29 .; Unknown '.m....:.....__........... 3.34 of Government _, ;;/'
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\ .'. Lot 3, West -
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vision of Block 120 1"4
6 West Va, Lots : -,'. North to opoooj ''i1

24 to 26 .""'.00". 4 43 29 Unknown ............__:...:....::.. 3.34 er, East r ,
Goodnos Subdivision S .. :. :: River to .
r I of Block 9 I ...'; r. ': North of ,)
: .. .:' <,> : i : .'11
.. 6S. IJ. J/i, Lots ; : : \ n' fling, South ;
V 3 to 7 ....._.......'. 4 43 29"-.-,, ;;;: Unknown ...........;..::;..;............-'. : 3.<1.1 Beginning : : : : .. 15.9'! .... .. 'j
Jones and Lara Riviera Vista ': 1

bees of Subdivision Block 7-, i division 11 Acres of: ,1 : : ;:; : } #? jIoodoo4. ;"J.

Block A, Lots 3 .. I Gover n m : :
to 20 inclusive.. 4 43 29 Lillian J. Miller ---.-...__..--:: 3.6t Lot 1, O ,
Block 8 West %.. 4 43 29 Unknown _........................._ 1.67 F, Lot 1 .. : .. 2.42 4? <-j
Block 8, West % Riviera Vis : .:.:
of East % ........ 4 43 29 C. E. Mcafee .....:.............: 1.97 Subdivision ; : f14.. :
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Block 16, Lots 8, I "1 East 14 : ..

9 ............._........ 4' 43 29 Unknown ........................._ 1.22 of : '
Block 16, Lot 10 4 43 29 Norman WarrinerUnknown ............ 1.12 Lot 1, : *a

Block alG, Lot 11 4 43 29 ........................... 1.22 F, Lot 2 : ', 2.42 *!
Beginning 5 0
"Howards ; '
Feet North of tion" A Lots"f: 9

S. W. Cornerof '.. vision of 4 :
Block 23, .. ,. '- '' res in : V
North 85 Feet, ,. "- :', .; .: 'J-' : .... -' V
.; L. ., : .. Part of
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I East 180 Feet, "'- .lo." b' 7 :' -" ,,, '" ment Lot ;"
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South .135 .; : .. 2.72
'..'...": Block A, .
I Feet, West 50-. .': V
4
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: Feet North 50 :(1" t:... Point" ..
I Feet, West 130 vision,
Feet to Beginning -
ing at a
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I ....-...-......... 4 43: 29 W. II. Reynolds .............. 5.74 50 Feet .
East % of West of A Point
% of N. E.'i Feet South
of Block 23.... 4 43 29 Jennie ClarkUnknown : .................... 4.14 N. E.
I o Block 29 .........-.... 4 43 29 ....................__.... G.24 of Section
Block 30 4 43 29 J. T. Murphy ...............' 6.24 South 285
I, Block 32 ..:.-........: 4 43 29 Unknown' ..............1'........... 4.72 West 150
Block 37 High- South 300
land Heights ,I
; West 300
Subdivision, I North 535
Lots 8, ,9, ........ -4 43 29 O. H. and Jennie King .... 1.82 East 450
Block 41, Bush Block 1, I
SubdivisionLot 1, 2, ................ 5 43 29 R. N. Miller ...................- 20.18
1 ............... 4 43 29 J. M. Magill ...................... 1.52 "Lynn H'i g h
Block 41 BushSubdivision Point" Subdivision -

f Beginning '
Lots 17,18.... 4 43 29 J. M. Magill .................... 2.27,, ,.._. at a Point
Block 42, Aiken 50 Feet West


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TWO 1" THE CLEWISTON NEWS SECTION TWO.


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of A Point 785 Beginning 132 5 '
I Feet South of Feet South of "e 11
N. E. Cornerof I N. E. Corner I'
Section 5, .., of S. E.Ji of
South 235 Feet, S. E. 5i of S. '

West 150 Feet, N.ViofN.E. -
South 300 Feet, .. }4, 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 Beginning -

21; 22 .............. 5 43 29 Unknown .......................... 8.7'6ClLa.Bello ..----......__.. 17 43 29 "..5 Unknown .......................... 4.22 rBe
Park", Bast Vs of 1 Acre '
A Subdivisionof Run East and
Beginning West =
: across ,
at Point 1347 South side of i
Feet South and S S.W.ofS.w' r
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1748 Feet West ,1% of S.V.. r

of N. E. Corner ]/i of N. E. 14 ..17 43 29 .5 Unknown .......................... 2.72 i
Section 5, South Vj of S. W. :
West 89.2! Feet, .. --- % of S. W. %
South 1301 of N. E.Ji less S S. cr
Feet, East 1552 I H Acre Run S
Feet, North '" East
','' and West ,
892 Feet, West Across South

North 660' 660 Feet Feet", S '_ Side"Luckejs......Subdi.:......:... 17 43 29. 4.5 Unknown ......................7... 3.47 o;

to Point of Beginning l' ,' ':,;' '.
vision" of East ,. '' '. (\ -
Block 01
2, Lot ,6 ...__..'... 5 43 29 Elizabeth G. Wolford ...... 6.02 of J/a of X. t/.l-: ; 43 29 -:'i ': c : : ';"a: '' 16'el3

"LaBelle Park"r'f., : ."- : Block 1 1, : ; l
A Subdivisionof 11Block .... .... .... .. ,
D. L. ,
: -- McLaughlin ..........
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Beginning';:;,:j; &&d :t: ) 1, Lots 12, .. 5- 5 5 5 5 :;. I
at Point 1347 --r: 13Block ............. ..... :i.(
., -- Ray C. Hull ......:.....__...m' 1.22 :.",'J;" :"
and \ : "
Feet South : .
: .. 1, Lots 14, ;'" ..t'; ; .
1748 Feet West :t.j;: '< I- '0.. ':', '>: 15Block ., ? UnknownUnknown ...__.......__.... ........ 1.22' .:" ', I

of N. E. Coin 2? Lot 20 t ........____........... .. .92 ', c
er Section 5, '? Block 3, Lots 14, S
_
o West 892 Feet, 15Block' ....................
Ray C. Hull ........._..._...... 1.22 it
South 1301 4, Lots 1, tI
Feet, East 1552 ; 2,12,13. ........ '.' I Ili
Granville Crawford. ......... .79
Feet, North --
"Fa\"01 s< Subdi- "
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892 Feet, West I \isioii" of East ".. . ... "_

Q) 660 Feet I % of x. v. .'
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North 660 Feet of X. U. V ._____. 17 43 29: J! '. '<, ,-
to Point of Beginning South 80 Feet off .' ,: .
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Block 5-5 ; Lot 4 ....-......... .. .-, ............................... 1.46 '."' .-.' -.: ;'" I
o 4, Lots 12, 13.. 5 43 29 ::,. Lenora: C. Kopp.. ".........:..... 6.02v& Lot 5South .................. Mary Cochran ........:......... .49 ,;'..f, -" .
"LaBelle Park", .. Va Lot 30. '
Franklin 'Vil
i l50n'Jr.; .... .92 : r D.\\
arSi A Subdivision Lot 57 ..: ............ 5 C. C. h '.

of, Point Beginningat 1347 lf;' tJ:._ : :. C; : ; Lots"Booths 9, Sub 10, 5 n.---- .49 ;:s SoiN r

Feet South and i ;j : division" East "> ; ;. .
1748 Feet West : V2 of N. W. U ;. ,
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OJ) of N. E. Corner ; of N. W. % of.
Section 5, :"i ] i : N. E.Ji? and -t'. _

= West 892 Feet, : :. North % of S. '; :r : s r
I :
O South 1201 .,, -; W. %! of N. W. ...> .i,, ,_.C5":" 'k! .. <.. .., _
Feet, East 1552 .' ;." :.t '4 of N. E. :M .. .17 4329 *** ; 1\
:= -1', ;" : ; y.. /.Cochrani;;::::.::.Z:; .:. *,;ir_ 3.32
Feet, North :S- : ); .; I Lots 24 to '*l : ;? Y lJ


CD North 892 660 Feet 660 Feet, West Feet, ?. I'f.,::\ yv;::..!. -._-,,-._ v.jft. ,'n..:" ,' .... "-.,,",.,-1, :" ,: ... '.. 5- i Booths Vz division"of N. IT. ; :-; : : : :"ri : .Q
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f = 3 ,,
1' I IpPrI ginning to Point, of Block Be- \ S 11'- '".. c .r.' _' -' S'."+ : ;...::"' '-' .. S N.of N.I.4 W. *A : [J .,

03 4, Lots 17 to 24 5 43 29 >A' Lenora .f. K.pp' .:.:.......... 6.77 I North X of '5- at'--'5- : N.
Andrews Addition : W. U of N. j

CD to LaBelle ark 5 43 29 Ji of N. E. % -.17 43 29'' C. C. Cochran ..:. .''__.:..'::.....: .> :.':?; '..4.84 i.
Block 8, Lots 12, -ti 5 5 Lots 1, 2, Royal ; < '

13, .................. Unknown ............... .5..__..... 1.22 Palm Estates -:1t. > : : ) :
.l-/- ; s.II .
Block 8, Lots 24, No. 1 Subdi ,::: .

25 ............__.... Unknown .....--..._.........__.... 1'.22Block vision" of West '. '." '. ..... S '",15. s' t .
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9, Lots 10 % of H u 5 II '
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= .
to 15 .-.............. A ::; .... Unknown ................. ......... 1.97Block of N. ZsE? of ; : :;: \ 6
9, Lots 16, e ,' :,; 'j.., C N. W. \ : :'i > }: ;7i ) ..JI No

14w 17 .................... J' "f C..1. Kirk: .-....................... 1.22Block cept 2 Acres.. 17 43.29..J, !,.' Lenora i.Kopp' ';':.: :: :.. .;. ::< ::. 3.02
9, Lot 22 ->> Unknown .......................... .92 Lot 3, "Royal I r
03E Government Lot -- ; Palm Estates -

6 ...................... 5 43. 29 39 H. Stannard Estate' .......... 11.i7Lot No. 1 Subdi 1 J
1 160 Feet by ...:, vision" of West ;, I !
= 25 Feet in "Av- .. % of West % '
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alon Place"S: ...- .. of N. E.i of
Subdivision of .':,' N. W. & Except SOlI
= -
Lot 1 of East. I 2 Acres ...17 43 29 Carrie ';Yeager'i.I.-ir' 3.02. ]

o = K of N. E. 'i.. 8 43 29 UnknownS .........'..............._. 3.94 Lots 44 to 48, Royal x:. y +; e. r Ea
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LaBelle Heights, Palm Estates : ]
U A Subdivisiqn ',:to' No. 1 +,; r ]
of Lots 10, 11, Subdivision of k .
of ,East X of N. S West % of "sl k. Sou

E. % .............. 43 29 J. W. Gallagher ............... 2.12 West of N. E. :Q
Belmont" Subdivision ,', % of N. W. tt ? J. 0Nog

o f.; Except 2 Acres 17 43 29-:;: ...,...: L il 'ra', C.! -'hnnn. '..::.. _' ._=.."ti.-J.f.. 2.n?
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I ." .. .-.. ; -., t -- -----.n. .. .. ..',. :>; ::, v -
West V of X. Lot 8 Royal '. : ," .' ,' .,;-, '\ '0 .. -:. '.. ,'. .
I E. Vt. ................ S 43 29 Palm Estates.- o
Block 1, Let 9 .... W. D. Hoffman ................ .92 I No. :5 Subdi ::: ; N.l
= L Block 5, Lots 3, ': .: .' vision" of West :; : .. i x if- 0 0s. o

Q.) 4 __.................... '. W. D. Hoffman .;.............. 1.22Block % of West % I S
:'" 7, Lot 1.... ''<' '0'.. E. T. Lindsey ............._.... .92 of S. W. 'i of N.
Block 11, Lot 14 .. '.: Annie Muller .................... .92 E. tt ____...__... 18 43. 29:*'.,c:- -'V., :: H. Cassels .1-l.: :":;.__...::' :;'. : 2.72 '
Block 12, Lot 1 '.".;" :' E. T. Lindsey .................. .92 Block I s. i
Flock12, Lots : 55 ', 14, I.
... 23, 24 5 ; -;:. E. T. Lindsey .................. 1.22 : Blo,

o Block 2Block....15....,..LotsT............ ;::1. ,'...: Amanda. and Alsada Ed- Nb. [7 If1t] :: ; 0Blo

... :."' ,., ,' wai dsUnknown ............................ 1.52 Vi ; tti i1 dodl
16, Lot 2 :. '. .......................... .92 S. '\ "
Block 16, Lots E. 18 43 29 Unknown .....:... -5 3.02 '
10, 11 ............ ;:+ :: C. A. HiersUnknown ...................... 1.22 \ ..
Block 16, Lot 24 ...;; .......................... .92 A Subdivisionof : ":'.: .,.. (
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Biock 17, Lots : f S. E. ',* of :
6o 1 to 4 ............ -; .t ;," : Grace Fogg ........_............. 1.22 S. W.Ji .___.... 18 43 29 5 j i0of
Block D, Lots 1 :':" : ., ;.. Lot 22 ..........___... Geo. A. Velie Co. .........:.. .92
to 4, "Engle- _' S : ,{ Lot 66 ..........__.... Geo. A. Velie Co. ...__....... .92
r .) wood Teirace", :' Lots 116 to 119 Geo. A. Velie Co. ............. .92 Dlotto

a Subdivisionof {: '\\ ': Lot 160 ....___....__. Unknown ...........____........... .92
East % of ; : ef; : Lot 162 .........:.... Geo. A. Velie Co. ......m.... .92 fi,
V. W. % of a'Nortli !> Lot 215 ......___..... ..' Geo. A. Velie Co. ..'.......... .9 2 I
J/2 of S. :,: Lot 228 .............. Geo. A.v Velie ''Co. ............ .92 i dij
E. U .............. S 43 29. '< .'-Railroad Right. of way :. 5.30 : Lot 229 .............. :" ,Louise. P. Abott ..............__ ., : ..92Beginning 'lS.
Block D, Lots 9 k, 5- at .;. '. ..5.

to 38, "Engle- Point 190 Feet ; \. ';, ... <:'; .:. Blot
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wood Ten ace" South of N. W. .. ":<, :: .:,' ... .. :, ,: .. -:- .;1.!", t4
a Subdivision S Coiner N. W. r :aS f

of East % of ., ,S U, East 210Feet : J \ \ j. ; d
; ;
S. W. % of South : : : I
North K of S. S \ 210 Feet, West ,5- S S S S ., _.''' ]
E. % ..u.u. .. 8 43 29 Railroad Right: of way .. 24.94 210 Feet, 1 n
North Vz of S. E. North 210 Feet .. :. < :: :?'r;t;:..:. N.

% of N. W. % 5- to Beginning .. 18 43 29. 1 Harry, W. Fleming. : '... .:.:.".'.'. '" Sli6: ]
and North Vz N.E.4ofS.W. -' '." .," .,,1 ..; ". ... r
and S. E. 14 of S Vt, except 4.8 55 ,.. .
S. W. U of N. S Acres in N. E. _" ',..

W.li ............._ 12 43 29 150 Came Slieelej" .................. IS.45 Corner and N. :':. ?r' '. .
i IN. E. '/ of N. E. W. 'i of S. E. I

% of N. W. tt ],4 ............._........ 18 43 29 75 Mrs. Wri. Messer ............ 6.69
and North U West "4 of West ) I I

of S.' E.JA of 5 Vs.All ........m.......".". 6 44 29 137 Fred A. Galbraith .......... 9.51
N. E. Vi of N. West of Hail-' -

I W. % -............. 14 43 29 15 Lee Yeomans .................... 3.J4 road Right of .
l.. East Vj. of S. E. Way Except) 1 N.PAGE .
:t.. I % of N. E. U Acres ................ 2 ,i 11 29 179 Standard Lumber Com -
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1 I. of N. Ei 14 ".'m 14 43 29' 5 Unknown .......................... 1.52 pany .............................. 153.60 I F,
i:'. South % and N. 5 Acres in N. W. i
E.J,4 and '\ Corner of N.
South % of N. W. U of S. E.
W. % and N. Vt, (110 Yards
E. % of N. W. East and West

........ ............. 16 43 29 600 Geo. R. Geary, Adminis- x220 Yards

trator ............................ 93.30 North and '







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South) .. ............ 17 45 29 5 Unknown .......................... 3.02 S. '\'. ?4 of S. S .
e 111 that Portion -\v. 1 4 of S. W.
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4 East %
; and
'CS.) E. 14 of .
of S. E. "4 of
STE. 14 of N. .
S. E. '4 of S. .
E.J4 ,
Lying W.lA .............. 10 43 33 20 Unknown .................:........ 8.48
West of High-
S way __................ 20 45 29 8 Unknown .......................... 2.42 East 1h of N. B. .'
W. 14 .............. 20, 45 29 160 Hurd L. .Reeves ............... 5.52 [1- 1of S. W. "4 __ 11 44 33 20 Nora D. Gofr .................... S.94:

\ 3. W. K of S. W. "I..incoln Square : .. '
*4 and South ., ...f .:; Park No. 1"
'" ,,"t'.' .,, ., :':
: ): : L ,,, ,,, S
% of N. W. 14 .";; Subdivision of
of S. W. 14 and i .: : ,", East % ........___. 33 47' 33 .
North % of S. ; S ...:. !:. ; Block 14, Lots .
E.J4 of S. E. ;% ; :: 30, 31 ............ Clifford Tilman .:.............. 1.22
:: < Block 15, Lots .
14 Less 2 Acres
; CH :
in N. E. Corner ; ; 'T ; : 29 to 48 .___.... ,'. .. Unknown ......n.................. 1.97
\\f,3'{ ; "
and S. E. U Block 16, Lots ?/ ,. .
_ ::7 of S. E. 14 of { ; : ; 36, 37 ___......... i :{ :' J. P. and Sallie Weaver. 1.22

'?- ':; ?y: S. E. 14 .......... 27 45 ,29 ;, 88 Hurd L.. Reeves ....:.:.....n 6.51 Block 55, Lots ." .,\ S
' ;. : ., [ Beginning N. E. .. ", '.1 ': 11, 12, 37, 38 ",''-' Unknown .......................... 1.22

w Coiner S. E. 14 ,, : .. '. : : "Liuooln Square :
55 .:'', : of S. E. 14 5 '1:; 1'ark No.Subdivision. 2" ":.

West 140 of ,
::, Yards, South : <.i1 .i\; West 'z of _..__ 3S 47 33 II.
70 Yards, East ; ,:< : '. Block 18, Lot 30, Daisy l\IcElwain .............. .92 I .

4 0 Yards, '... '.:, .' '. ... .; ';' !,.,' ,-- Block 18, Lots : .
North 70 Yards ... -' <. 'j: .:::':' '. 38 39 __....__.__. .-'. Remmel' Griffin .............. 1.22 I

to Beginning .... 27 45 29 2 John Nee : .:.: .:.:...:.::..'.:::...... 2.89 Block 25, Lot 8 Homer Stevenson. ............ .92
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West % of N. E. "" : :: ;.)-. '. .. Block 36, Lots .

14 of S. E. H .. 28 45 29 20 A. M. Lowery :,....:............' 1.97 I I 25 to 27 .......... Mary Toney..................... 1.22 I. ,
Beginning 947 ;< / ,.' "Garfield: Vark" .
Feet West of < .. : 0>" Subdivision of -
/ ,. > .S
7
Highway of 14. : .. < ;. ;;t.'., ", ', .' I I X. R % ........._.. 1) 48 33 5 .. -

of Section N. E. Line" 14 I "'.:1'' ,"','.,c. '.:,::../,'.)-"-' :.':"' ;d;"::,,,'-:" ,'ZI.:., "-. :.,. 1 Block 21, 226, .....Lots. ', ./ W'm J. Trapp .................. 1:212

i; ;' ;,;, (, ': "' Block 20 Lots ... '.: ..
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Run West to \ "P"7 ;'/": .: .
S. W. : Block 22, Lots ?:.' ;7: ,- '
of N. wJfSp of ., .:
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E. 14' North "J -. :1; .0: 1, 2, .n...__........ \ '':;': '-J'R.. F. Anderson .............. 1.22 .
QN Section :. .. ;; ;': ,".' Block 26, Lot 48 ', :::' -:";:''" Unknown ...___.................... .92

Line, East to ::" Block. 38, Lots :.. /:. : .
Highway :J' ;?J ::2o:::r, '::'/ -{ 37, 38 ............ ...,:._,.. :Mary Mack ..__.:................. 1.22
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South 846 FeetAlong : ., :. Block 8, Lots 1 : '. S S
Highway "', "' ', to 5, Ford Cen- ..
bS. .' --' :. ""' tel' Subdivision S.of :
W. 947 : ., 5 5 5
Feet, South 474 : N. W ? ".... 10 f48 .. 33'j .' Unknown .............::........... 1.82 8o
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of Feet Beginning to Point.... 29 45' 29 60"L.. : C. Sumner, Estate" ........ 7.27 Beginning Feet East 610 and ,':.s;i/:* ;! ,;'<: ,. :;: iA''t;,::f., ,:: : t> .

3. W. 14 of N. E. 275 Feet North : z t:; :'';..R .
of S. W. Corn- 5. .
14 and S. E. 14 .
of N. W. U .... 34 45 29 80 Unknown ............................ 6.84 er Section 14, : ".. _,".' pa IaI;(
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South % of S. E. North 100 -J : .. ; "

J4 ...____...__.......... 34 45 29 80 Unknown ........ ...n. ........... 5.53 Feet, East 130 .' >... : .' '
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,t, :. ,
N. W. '4 of N. E. :<. : Feet, South : 0' :. :;
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1. .. ; :., : ,
14 and N. W. "- 100 Feet, West ; .,
]4 of N. E. 14 .<>',, :.: :<; ,; ,::: .'.{ .<::: '" .. ] 130 Feet, to ,. .. :... : ._ =
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,. of N. E. 14 and '- *"" .- *. '," 'f Point of Beginning .. '
S. of N. :l ** :; I' ..__...........___ 14 43 34 .5. L. L. Lowe ...........:.......... 3.92N. o =
W. : vt and .. ( :v. : ; ; E. '4 or N. E. S' ; SS

U of S. ,, : r"'" ", 1 1,4 of .,. W. ; .. :l3 43' 34 10 .Carl 'D. Johnson". .....:....... 4.42S.
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.' '. E. 'S ot N. \V. S :
E. H of N. W. :" I .
14 .n..n............ 16 43 30 110 Unknown .......................... 10.16 of S. E. 1.4 __ 23 43 34 10 Unknown .......................... 6.12S.
N..uth2.. and B. % ot S. E.
t .Soufkj of S. i 34 of S. W. "; _23 43 34 10 Unknown .......................... 6.12 .
i 1 W. 14 ................ 22 47 31 409 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 17.50 I4ast'z af East % Sof ..'. .' r=o =
j N. W. 14' of N. E. I Ij S. E. ',4 of .
j 14 Lying Southof I N. W.4 and .,' :' 0o
5 S
Highway... 7 43 32 20 Unknown. ...n..................... 4.72 : Eat 14 of N. E. 5 5. =
$. E. K of N. W. '4 of N. W. 'f .. 24 43 34 30 Clewiston Corp ................. 18.80

:i '4 --.................... 6 44 32 40 J. C. Woolridge .............. 6.54 East % ef N. E. =
,, i S. W. 14 of N. W. ;; of N. W.4 .. 1 44 34 20 Ernest H. May ................. 5.94 pz.1fII
J j It .......nm __.... 6 44 32 40 H. E. Woolridge ............... 6.54 East. Ih of N. W.vj .
I s. W. ]4 of N. E. of N. W. ?& .. 13 44 34 20 George 'Vuest .......::........ 5.94
\ 1,4 .......m..m 6 44 32 40 F. T. Woolridge ............... .6.54 East 1,4 of N. "''.
North % of N. W. ?4 of N. E. ;4 .. 17 44 34' 20 Edw. M. Sturgis .....__..... 7.07

14 and East % ,'L' .. e. West 'F of S.1V. c
of N. E. 14 and .\. ... .J.:' Jt ..../' \ ': ?;, : of N. E. "4 ..17 44 34 20 Robert H.: Shields ............ 7.07 =Z9(

North % of S.'f. ,. 'i'-.., '" ': East 'z of S. E. I
W. 14 and S. W. . "; : "' ,;. of S. E. '4 .. 29 44 34 20 Nora D. Goff .................... 4.26 > U
,< .v ('S 5 *=
14 of S. W. 14 .> \ :" .,;',,"" .-...... : N. 'V. of N. W. S
and S. E. 14 of 0. : >;\'.- '4 of N. E. '4 =

S. E. 14 .m..m____ 6 '44 32 320 Unknown .....".:::::'':;.....:....... 25.09 and S. E. '4 of
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South % and N. ::>. :' S. W. ,,4 of S. ,'r

E. 14 and East .- 'r' ,; E. 1,4 ................ 1 45 34 20 A. R. Stewart ................... 6.84 ,
'z of N. W. '4 8 44 32 560 Unknown .......:.::....__......... 38.81 .N. E. 'i. of N. E. .
East % of S. E. :' "4 of N. W. "4.. 1 45 34 10 Unknown ..............: ....: .... 3.58S. r
J4 and N. W. ,' E. 11 of N. E. 00OJ

14 of S. E. ;4 .. 22 44 32 120 Unknown ...........:....._::...... 9.89 ?S of N. W. ;4 .. 1 45 34 10 S. A. Owens .:............:..... 3.58N.
South H of N. E. S E. of S. E.

% and N. E. % S I % of S. W '4 .. 1 45 34 10 W. G. Gordon .---.............. CS S
of N. E. 14 ...... 22 44 32 120 Unknown ...mm.n.............. 9.89 N. 'V.J,4 or S. w.
North y. of N. W. '4 of S. \V. V .. 1 45 34 10 J. H. Birren .................... 3.58
14 and N. 'V. 14 I East 'z of N. E. S j
of N. E. 14 ...... 22 44 32 120 Edith Gillman ......__:.:....... ._ 9.89N. 1,4 of N.. W. 4.. 5 45 34 20 S. Pickman Mann Estate 4,26East ) :
W. 14 of S. W. % of S. -w.-- ,
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14 and North % 14 of N. W. H .. 5 45 34. 20 Chas. A. Camalier .......... 4.26 '
of N. E. % of : .: ;. .' West % of S. W. 55 5 pssaasji ; ;

S. W.4 .......... 32 44 32 60 Unknown ...L.8.66, : : % of S. E. ;4.. 5 45 31 20 J. W. Rhodes .................. 4.26 ::; S
N. E. 14 of S. E. .55 '., j;' .. .; '..: East % of N. E.

% ..................__.. 32 44 32 40rS. L. Spicer ';"::' -:': : : 6.54s. 14 of S. E. 14 .. 9 45 34 20 Minnie Boetcher .............. 1.26 :
E. 14 of N. W. ,'.. .'i', ':S ,.: r" S. E.J4 of N. W.

14 ...................... 34 44 32 40 Unknown .m...:.. : ;........ 3.50 I 14 of N. E. 14 .. 13 45 34 10 Chas A. Camalier ............ 3.58 I

Block 8, Lots 25, .: S. \\'. % of S. E.
:.. 26, "ProvI-' ,' : ,:<.' .'::' .," .- '. : J4 of N. E. '4 .. 13 45 34 10 R. F. Lownes ......S........' ... 3.58
-0 dente City SubdiviSion 5 s 1 :. : East % of N. E.
.5 \{. .
of S. ''."' r. : '' -,:, ,' ',. 34 of N. W. 14 .. 17 45 34 20 D. C. Williams .......m...... 4.26
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W. 14 and W'est. S '. : East % of N.V..
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'4. S \2 of S. E. 14 .. 34 44 32 W. M. Bradley ...::...::..:... .:.. 2.42 J4 of N. W. 14 .. 17 45 34 20 Unknown" ..........;........__m.. 4.26 i
Block 27, Lot 11, ti West % of N. E. 03

"Providence 14 of S. E. 14 .. 17 45 34 20 Unknown .........m.............. 4.26
City Subdivis- 5 5 5 West % of N. W. '
ion" of S. W. >R. li of S. E. ir.' 17 45 34 20 Grant C. Misuer .............. 4.26

1and West 15 .J 55. ;. .. { West % of S. W. ,
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of S. E. 14........ 34 44 32 Nancy Mitchell ...:..:.:.::;.: '( 2.42 11 of S. E. U'a .. 17 45 31 20 Peter H. Hoener ............ 4.26
Block 4, Lots 21 ; = West % of N. W.
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to 30Gar- : ',4 of N. E.: 14 .. 21 45 34 20 John Hovendon ................ 4.26
field City Sub f S. E. 14 of N. W.
division of S. E. 14 of N. E. 14 ...25 45 34 10 Jacob Fruch '........:........... 2.74
% of N. B.4 *, -, *-, >* dT'C, S. E. 14 of N. W.

and East % of rsK 14 of S. W. 14 .. 25 45 34 10 Geo. G. Renneker .............. 2.74 .. .
S. E. 14 34 44 ';' 32 ,. :.......................: 2.72 North 14 of West *
Block 5, Lots 21 r 1$ of N. E.J4 '"

to 24Gar- of N. E. % .... 33 45 34 5 W. T. Little .................... 1.52. I;
field City Sub W 14 of S. W. -
division" of S. .z' <' ,' ".'. .' ," '.' -'- ; ,' ',' 1 I IS.I 11 of N. W. 14 .. 1 46 34 10 N. Scott ...m..m........:....... 2.74 J

E. H of N. E. {L: '9 :>/....., ;' .. :: :;',:::';' :' I S. E. Vt of S. E. I
11 and East % : < : ; ', H of N. E. 1,4.. 1 46 34 10 L. B. Fox ........................ 2.74
of S. E. tt ........ 3444 32'j. :.' Annie Collington .....:.(..::..",.- .:;.: 2.72 S. W. 14 of S. E.

N. E. '4 of N. E. 14 of :S. W. 14 .. 146 34 10 Unknown .......................... 2.74
J4 and S. W. 14 \ West % of N. W. S

of N. E. 14 of S li of S. E. 14 .. 13 46 34 %William Mayfield ............. .4.26
N. W.4 and East % of N. W.

East % of N. 34 of N. W. 14 .. 25 46 34 20 Margaret S. Dwyer ........... 4.26
e W. '4 of N. W. West % of S. E. I

14 and N. W. 14 of N. E. 14 .. 25 46 34 20 Abram S. Woodward ........ 4.26.
'4 ofN.W. '4 "Towns o f 5 I
of N. W. 14 and I Clew ist on" -

East % o fS. W. Block 17, Lots 1, '

14 of N. W. >4 2, ...................... 10 43 34 Anna M. Hopkins ......'''''' 2.50Block
-of N. W. '.4 ...... 35 45 32 85 Stafford Luckey .............. 6.47 27, Lots 1,

N. E. H! of N. E. S 2, .................m.. 10 43 34 Anna M. Hopkins ............ 1.74Block
14 of N. TV1. 14 .. 35 45 32 10 Unknown ...... ................. 1.22 139, Lot 12 10 13 34 Cora A. Keller .....:....;..... 1.18
East % of S. W. Block 139, Lot 13 10 43 34 E. J. Keller .........:.......... 1.18
/ of S. W. 14 Block 160, Lots

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

14 of S. E. 14 16 to 19 ........ 10 43 .34 Unknown .............:............ 3.02 I
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36, Z6 ___........... 10 43: '34 The Clewislon Cornpany. 2.50 11 ................_... 1-5 43 34 n. B. :Martin ....... ..n....... 1.48'
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Block_,19,: :10 173; ,____.Lots......... 10' '* 34 ::, 1<'. L. Williamson ---.......-. &.i Jf.12.40 2, 3. ........-.....00.. 1'5 43 34 J. W. Troeger .................. 16.20
'; 'R Block 36'9, Lot G 1.5 4334 Mrs. LitHe John ............ '3.10 Let The" I I
Block 173, Lot 10 43 34' :- Elbert L. Stewart ......-..... 7.43D' mock 369, Lots II II
21 ""'n"-" /J/: 13 to 16 .......... 15 43 34 Unknown .................'......__. 3.02 I
'irk ....173.....,.....Lot.__.... 10 43 34: Unknown ......:........... ..... 1.48 Block 369, Lot I
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J' .de.r ._17G_, ...L't....... 10 4. 34: T fnknown ..............:.....:...... 1.48 24 m..h.n.m... 15 43 34 1.. 1\1. Harding ..........:.._... 1.48
.r, .76 ;. .' Block 371, Lot 1 15 .43' 3.1 P. B. Lord ...___ ..:......._.... 1.18 I
,:" .. .,.....Lot.. .... 10 43 34 Tom Skelly .........___...........' 7.43 Block 374, Lot 2 15" 43 34 H. F.. Conway I ........,....00.. 1.18 :NEWS
Block 378, Lot .
i3;x' .i05__!_:......__Lot_...... 10tZ- 34: A. 1\t. Algeu '.....:.---."_.---..- 1.48 19 ._ ................ 15 43 34 M. G. Hay. Estate ...........: 15.94.
201, Lot 6 1043 Y4 E. J. Malone ......00..._...._... 1.18 mock 883, Lot I ,
Lock 202, Lot !. 24 _................:.. 15 f .13 34 Andrew 'W'illan .........h.:. 7.43
Block 1.1 ____....00.......... 9 43 34. l\f. 1\[. Conway ................ 1.48 Block 403, Lot 4 IS 43 3.1 C. E. Olin .................'....... 1.18
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Block 16 .29......_.........., 9.) 4'3 34 :- L. H. Dorsey --................ 1.48 11 ._.................. 15' 4334 Unknown .....-.:.................. 1.48 Fiii--
204, Lot 3' 9 A3 34.- G. Coffey .........................: 1.1S Block 411, Lot 2 16 43 34 Unknown ......---.......-...-._... 1.18
13locI Block 204, Lot 8 9 43 i:4: Annie E. Anderson ...-----.. 1.18 Block 4'11, Lot 7 15 43 34 Unknown ....................__.... 1.18
:l08, Lots -1 !t Block 411, Lot ? .
Block 3, 4,- ___.......00.... 9 43 34 I.' W; A. Isaacs: .m................ 1.74 94 .........._00...._.. 15" 43 34 G G. Kuhlman .............. 1..48'Block i
355, Lot ;;;'1 \[..Sa 412, Lot7 15 43 34 1\1. P. Compton ................ 1.18
Block 22 .___..._........... 16 43" 3411" J. W. Supthen 0 ................ .1.48Dlo..k mock 412, Lot 9 1-C ,13 34 Fred Henrick5 ......__...... 7.13 Your Next
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25, g.; .............. 15 43 34 ; H. D1H'ke.. ......................'..... 1.74 40 ..-..............00_ 15 43 3"4 L. M. Harding ................ 1.4 8
35.7, Lots L v f Bloc. : 41.'i, Lots
Block 29, 30 ................ 1.5 4. 34 t' [ Unknown ..............__.......... 1.74 21, 22 15 42 3'1 J. C. Curti&"S ...:..-........___.. 1.74
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Black 3G2>> Lot f' flock 423, Lot 1 la 48 .:H A. Tishlei' ..............-......... 1.18
:l3 ..........._....... IS' 43 3'4. 3 L. 1\1. Harding ...---.._-..--..-u 1.48 Block 423, Lots '. '
Block: 31, Lot g'T 25, 26 .............. 15 43' .34 The Clewiston CompanyL74 ,
10 ... .............. 15 .U .34 J. G. O'Neal .::..............:.. -. 1.48 Block 448., Lot. Pi'intiiig1Yourself
Block :6l: Lots' 1. ....m............. 16 43 34 Unknown ...................-....-. 1.48
30,21 _............. 15 43 34 A. FishIQf..n.. 1.74 Block 451, 'Lot 8 16 43 34' D. B. Allen ............;......... 7.13
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Block 36i, Lot 1. Block ,-198, Lots Ol.c1.el1t'
3U ...';............-...-. 15 43 34: \ N. B. O'Kelley ::.............:: 1.48 12, 14 ....00....-____ U .13 34 1. M. Conway .-........-..... 1.74 -
Block 363, Lot
22 ............00........ 15 4: 34 A. TonIis ............__..00........ 3,40BIoik FRANK A. DOUGHERTY,
367, Lot 9 16 43 34 O. H. Benson .. 1.1S
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