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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 11, NUMBER 27 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, .JULY 16, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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ry.<.", '" ,' I I LAKE DRUG COMPANY FIRST GOOD BANK FINANCIAL OF CLEWISTON CONDITIONThe HAS SCHOOL BOARD HAS CIRCUIT JUDGES RULE

vv.} [WASHINGTON

IS ROBBED BY GANG splendid financial condition of RECENT MEETING TO MURPHY TAX LAWCONSTITUTIONAL
a : 1 I the First Bank of Clewiston and the I


ON TUESDAY NIGHTSheriff I dull amount summer, of money months on deposit is a direct during resultof the NAME BUS DRIVERS I

a general improvement in business

I conditions, believes Elbert L. Stewart,
.' H L. Delaney, Deputy H. H. cashier. The county school board at a recent In a joint decision denying an injunction -

iV> :McCall and Constable O. E- Tyler are meeting held in the court house to restrain operation of the
Mr. Stewart states that. he "doesn't I
}j :. I working diligently on clues which may in LaBelle named Carlisle Reddish bus 1937 tax redemption act in Lee coun-
know where the is coming from
lead to the arrest of the robbers who money driver for the Clewiston district at a ty, Circuit Judges George W- White-
< FROM CONGRESSMAN but it's there." There were
no great
broke into the Lake Drug company : Salary of $70 per month. Other bus driv- hurst and W- T. Harrison'yesterday
sums of left. in the region from
!i. > .:. .rJ. HARDIN PETERSONTHIS about two o'clock Tuesday morningand money ers'were appointed for the 193738tem upheld the Murphy bill as constitu-
: produce men, as the were
r ,: stole approximately $150 worth ,of crops very and include F. L. Dunaway for Fel- tional in permitting the settlement of
mediocre and the market '
merchandise. The robbery almost par- even poorer. da and Sears to LaBelle at a salary of current as well as delinquent taxes

alelled that of the Alston Drug store In fact, the farming season was pretty '$105 ; Lwrence Enloe the Felda local on bids as low as one dollar. Judge
COLUMN IS initiated in an nearly a flop only few isolated
a
here on June 29th, but officers declinedto bus, salary $60; Harvey Dyess north I \Vhitehurst announced the decision
effort: to present to constituents of cases of any real money being made
comment on whether they believedboth side of river to Denaud at $90, and late last night after returning from
the First Congressional District a I from crops this year. The construction
were by the same gang. Clyde Crawford south side at $90 sal Bradenton where he conferred ,with
picture of in the companies which
l. developments Legislative during the past two
The difference in the various bus Judge Harrison The order will be
Dr. J. G. Niblack, proprietor of the ary.
Executive, and Judicial branch years have carried on extensive oper'?
routes accounts for the difference in entered here today.
Lake and who
Drug store occupies an
ations
es of the National Government. I and correspondingly large pay-
the second floor of the the salaries of the drivers. Holding that settlement df
shall avoid presenting controversal apartment on rolls in this section have completedtheir current

issues other than to give their status.I building, was awakened shortly after work and moved away. The pay- Other business transacted at the taxes was the only point on which

am led to ,believe that readers of 1:30 a. in- by strange sounds that seem- is very nearly at its usual level for the board meeting included the purchaseof the injunction was sought the two

this paper' are interested in those oc- ed to be coming from the direction of summer. Mr. Stewart can find no real a used all-steel ,bus for $299 cash judges found that, the validity of

-\ currences because of the inquiries re- the drug store. Becoming suspicious Dr. reason for the splendid way in which I from B. B. Cantrell of Ft. Lauderdale, "including subsequent and omitted
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ceived in my office through the mail. Niblack dressed and hurried down I the bank's business 'has held up this and the beginning of negotiations of the taxes in the sale of a delinquent tax:

I stairs to the street., But by the time he purchase of two new buses. certificate" had been affirmed by the
it is
I summer, except that from a general -
,COURT REORGANIZATION got there the thieves had their loot i economic improvement. Other Harry H. Turner of Clewiston was supreme court, in a 1930 decision.

loaded into a waiting car and were I I banks in this low bidder at $285 for' electrical workon When his attention was called to
though some opponents of the Presi- portion, of the state bear
dent's court reorganization plan, claim speeding away.L. out the belief. They' are all enjoying the LaBelle school building. The the \Vhitehu Harrisbn. decision

sufficient votes to defeat the bill as, I A. Turner, who operates a bar- good business with deposits holding up board, awarded him the contract for while stopping off in Fort" Myers
it ber shop .in the same building and also above normal for summer. this work and planned extensive plumb- last night, Attorney General Cary D-
was originally sponsored, others
suspect that .a compromise would pass I lives upstairs, heard the noise beforeDr. % It is a very hopeful sign to find ex-: ing repairs at LaBelle and at Clewiston Landis said he "saw no legal reason"

the Senate. It looks as though there Niblack did and preceded him downto cellent business. with no definite or local also. why the county clerk should not deliver -.

will be a nice tough fight ahead for I the street. He had his gun with him. reason for it. I I Theboard decided that there would : tax certificates to high bidders
When he gained the sidewalk he couldsee despite, advice from the state
: both Houses as well as for the President be no music teacher employed in the comp-

dimly 'someone at the Seminole 'county from public school funds, since troller.
Engineer Officials Are I
door. They evidently saw him about the finances would not permit the ex- "The. comptroller has been enjoined -

the same time and started to run for Here pense.L. by the circuit court of Leon coun-
On
BLACK-CONNERY WAGE AND Inspection
HOUR BILL-This bill is one which the car. Mr- Turner fired but the shot 0- Gravely as' attorney for the ty but that order does not apply to

has received much attention from went wild, and the car raced down the school board and for the county board the county clerk here or elsewhere,"

,the various industries, farmers and I highway. Neither Mr. Turner, Dr. Nib- I Col. Earl North, district engineerfor attended a meeting in Orlando with said Judge Landis. He said his office 4

lack nor MrsNiblack, who had heard the Florida district U- S. Engineers, representatives of similar boards from has given no opinion on the con-
the labor and the Florida delegation '
in groups Congress. The Senate the disturbance and joined the others, accompanied by his assistant, Captain all counties affected by delinquent rail I stitutionality of the ,Murphy bill and

mittee reported out on the com-I could tell whether the men were blackor K. F. Hertford: of the Jacksonville office I road taxes of the A. C. Land S. A. L. is prevented from doing so by a supreme -

white nor how many there were. made an inspection trip of the Lake railways. These two corporations have court ruling that all administrative -
practically an entirely new bill, shear- '
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Dr. Niblack immediately notified Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee flood con- I made extensive deductions from their state officials must consider an
ing the board of much of its originally
Sheriff Delaney here and in just a few trol project this week. tax assessments, claiming the valuationis act of the legislature valid unitl the '.
proposed powers. This 'wage and hour ,
,,, bill exempts seamthi railroad employees minutes the sheriff and his deputy, H. ,The visitors spent Wednesday in the set too high. The 'county representatives i I I courts rule otherwise.

1-- and sponge- fishing, and other H. McCall were on their way to Qewis- Okeechobee neighborhood, viewing the will employ counsel to fight the i The Murphy bill came into "court

ton. Up to the time of going to pressno levee work being done there and arrived case and defend the assessments which when School Commissioner Baker
bill, agricultural and fishing employees
and fihsing and other ,arrests have been made. I in Clewiston to spend the night at were set by the state railroad assess Whisnant sought an injunction to

similar industries-sponge Senator, Black of Among the items reported as miss- the Inn. Their inspection trip carried ment engineer. stop sales under the law which provides -

Alabama is chairman of the Senate 'ing, Dr. Niblack has listed several them around the south shore of the I for not only the cancellation of

committee reporting it out, and Mrs. fountain pens, watches, clocks, electric Lake. Thursday was spent on the Moore Washington News Letter]I I the tax certificate but settlement of
irons electric fans electric toasters and Haven to Fort Myers waterway. bids low '
current taxes on as as $1.
is chairman
Jersey the of, the
new
House committee. other sundry items impossible to checkin Captain P- AFeringa, who was From Cong. Peterson.This The Opinion -

short time. Two slot machineswere formerly associated with the work
so a "The above cause having come on
I also broken into and the jack pots while .,in the Jacksonville office, accompanied paper is delighted this week to for hearing before us on bill of complaint J
RATIFICATION-The Senate has the visitors here. He has
recently -
taken outGideon : begin a-' series Washington News seeking temporary injunction .
ratiifed the eight treaties negotiatedat I been ,transferred to Fort Leav- \
Letters, contributed by our congressman. against the clerk of the circuit court
Buenos Aires in a conference of enworth. Kansas.
Provides J. Hardin PetersonThe idea for of Lee county, from compliance with
American Republics in January. Pres- .Brown Carawan Nelson, civilian engineer ,
I the column is not original l with :Mr. I the Murphy bill, upon the 'alleged
ident Roosevelt opened the conference who is in charge" the project: con- '
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., '. Fun For KiwaniansGideon I Peterson as other members of congress I ground that said bill is unconstitutional ',:
in 'person. The chief interest of these ducted the party on the inspection trips. '.
have used a similar column to make a and 'void in that said bill pur-
treaties from the: Latin American H. Brown enter- '
provided
of their activities. Mr. Peterson
I report ports to authorize the full amount
viewpoint' is the fact that the } tainment for the local Kiwanis Club
Young From writes "We will the material
Resigns treat the current taxes when said taxes are
roe Doctrine is defined in .Ion-\I'.Wednesday evening, although he had
: from a news viewpoint rather ,than unpaid and that it makes no provision -
the common interest of all 'no part in, arranging the clever pro- Flood Control BoardThe controversial, and feel that it might be). for the rebate or other like equal

ram.. Mr. Brown a recent bridegroom, of interest to the" local people." ization (for a taxpayer who has already :"
INCREASE IN EMPLOYMENT was defendant. in a mock court, being )We that readers will I said bill ':'
Okeechobee Flood Control Boardat are sure our paid his current taxes. The : .
Employment by class one, railroad in tried on a charge of "marrying withoutthe '
meeting in Tallahassee the latter find it interesting and helpful and will further alleges that throughout the <. ;
the past twelve months has increased concent of the Kiwanis Club". Court a r,"
part of the week accepted the resignation appreciate the efforts of Mr. Peterson entire act. as may be seen by a casual '
from 1,049,723 to 1,131,030 reports' the officers were E. E. Kelly, judge ; Jim
of A. W. to keep his constituents informed of reading thereof, the act purports to ::
Interstate Commerce Commission. Beardsley prosecuting attorney; Tom I Young as secretary-
told the board its work congressional matters. It will be helpful cover 'subsequent levied or omitted
Payrolls in the same period advanced I Shelley, defendant's attorney, and Dick Young wasso '
4: from $148,993,648 to $163,953,073. Hall, bailiff. H. H- Turner, B- E. Her- nearly'completed that the district to know that ,all matters affecting I taxes', the plaintiff alleges that such j i

ring and J. G. Niblack formed the engineer, Ben Herr, could handle all the district will be reported in the taxes are current taxes and as such 'r
t
.'v the" administrative work and save an weekly letter. Mr. Peterson writes that arc not susceptible to satisfaction E
RELIEF The
new relief bill has
jury.The additional salary.F. he will appreciate any suggestions you for less than the full amount thereof. :.,.
now become a law. The reduced am- trial proceeded in the manner of .4
may have for improving this service.If .'X
Deane Duff of Clewiston, a mem- Validity Unquestioned
ount has made it necessary to cut a regular court, except that the term-
numbers off the relief roll and to I I inology was slightly varied. Attorney ber of the board, attended the meeting, any reader has any suggestions he "And it ,further appearing there is I" 'r;

cut non-relief supervisory personnel.For Beardsley made a splendid case against which was held largely to familiarizethe may send them direct to J- Hardin Pet no question raised by the complainant's .,.-

with the work of the dis- erson, Washington, D. C., or to this ., ,'.
several years we have been Brown and Tom Shelley proved an able governor bill as to the validity or constitutionality l

trying to get the WPA officials to ',defense- The defense. contended that ,trict. This was the. first meeting which paper to be relayed to him- of the ,Murphy bill other f i
Governor Cone has attended. The Rev. and Mrs. A. :M. Glisson, .
recognize our Florida seasonal prob- there was nothing in the Club's consti- than as stated above- And the same :'::2:;

.: lem, and this year the cut in percentage ,tution or by-laws which prohibited, a Mrs-' Ella Carson, Mrs. Eva Yeomans having been duly considered by the I .

I 1 in Florida is the lowest of member from marrying without theClub's Durrence Lands Two and Nancy Ruth Glisson motored to court upon the motion to dismiss ':

any state in the Union. We are en- consent. Beardsley contendedthat Fort Myers Tuesday. Rev. 'Glisson attended heard in connection with the applica:1
Tarpon In Gulf a meeting of Baptist ministersand tion for injunction and after :\c
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deavoring at the present time to get common usage had made the law temporary :
the rest of the party visited in
the wage scale in Florida increased. and that Brown should know from experience extended arguments of counsel, ,,:

of other members that the Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence returned town finds as follows : the one and sole ,:".:,

SUGAR-The Florida delegation 'Club's law was violated when a mem- the first of the week from a vaca- $1,0:>0,000 ALLOCATED TO WPA question raised by the complainant's ',:

has been vigorously fighting for an ber married without consent of the tion of a week in Fort Myers made bill, namely, the constitutionaltiy of a :

\. increased quota for Florida. Due to Club. Shelley's reply pointed out vari- notable by the two tarpon which Mr. Jacksonville, July 8 (FNS- law authorizing and directing the inclusion ":

'' llic new type of cane developed and bus Biblical characters who 'had mar- Durrence caught and the 15 pound red- :Frank P. Ingrali, state administrator of subsequent and omitted tax- '.\
of the WPA, stated this week in the sale of delinquent tax cer- ..;
the recent researches into developmentof ried, apparently without the consent of fish-landed by' his wife. I es '

r by-products from cane and sugar, their local Kiwanis Clubs, and no men- Mr. and Mrs. Durrence visited their I that Florida the allocation for July operations of $1,050,000 would to tificate, has been previously determ"' ;:f1

immense development in Florida would tion of any violation of any law was brother, D. O. Durrence and family, I permit continued operations with the fined 'and decided valid by the supreme ,,

'. result from an increased quota. I made in the Bible. and spent many hours deep sea fishing full quota of 24,000 persons. About court of Florida in the case of Ridge-

4 have vigorously protested against a The case was finally, gvien to the from the Donnie, Durrence's boat Mr. 400 persons were ,dropped from the way 'vs Peacock. ; '

At the conclusion' min Durrence's '60 and SO rolls 1. f.'In order determine whether .
system which places quota on" commodities jury. of a three tarpon weighed on July to .

on which there is no surplus ute deliberation the jury was reported pound I or not this identical question was cler- ,.

raised in this country. The en- deadlocked as the jurors could not a- Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon S. Mobley iy presented to and determined by the ',.

tire Florida delegation is active in gree on who should be foreman. After } Miss Kathryn Carter, who is visiting have as guests in their home on the supreme court in the Ridgeway case, :

fighting for the increased quota that matter was settled a verdict of 'fier uncle' and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.Ezelle reservation ]Mrs: Mobley's sister, Mrs. we have been aided 1 by a copy of the .

MARKETS-We have been endeav- guilty was read The judge sentenced i / for several weeks spent the E. .B.- Spence and son, Harry, of Or- original record of said 'case in the, ..'.

oring to get farmers' markets start- 'Brown to make a tour of the lobby of i week-end in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. lando, and her father, H. E.' Rcichard supreme court, which we have .care- :

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News Review of C,8rrelt Events Abiding Satisfaction 'Biblical ManuscriptsWhen Quite Likely She

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fountains -of abiding people speak of the "orig $)
WE'RE STILL "IN THE RED"Treasury THE are within. No inal manuscripts" of the Bible, The actress had been very, very

outside well can give us the they are speaking of somethingthat lucky. But, naturally, she wouldn't
Report Shows $2,707,347,110 I I Deficit for 37 waters of satisfaction and is not known to exist. What admit that her success was due
They have all been they probably are referring to are to anything but her own charm
New Court Bill Offered Nazis Jail Church Head i tried peace., and men and women are the various early copies of the and skill.A .

foolish I to try them still. No, Biblical manuscripts. There are certain"well-known playwrighthad
our well of satisfaction must be now known: (1) Hebrew manu- been engaged to write 'a new'
one that is not endangered by scripts of the Old Testament dat- play for her, and for weeks she
change of circumstances: ing from the Eighth century; (2) had been pestering the unfortunate
H. Jowett. Greek manuscripts of the New man to tell her something
Testament dating from the Fourth about the plot, without, however,
True taste is forever grow- century; (3) Greek manuscriptsof any success. _

ing, learning, reading, worshipping the Old Testament translated "Well, you might at least tell .
laying its hand upon from the Hebrew about 227 B. C., me this," said the actress at last.
its mouth because it is aston- and copied about the Fourth century "Does my new part give me a
ished, casting its shoes from ; (4)) early translations of the chance to please my public?" .
off its feet because it finds all Scriptures or parts thereof in Syr- "Yes, I should think so," came
ground holy.-Ruskin. iac, Latin, German and other lan the bored reply.. "You die in the
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Riots continued as steel plants attempted reopening.SUMMARIZES t: :.y



I W. JOiduuul Quality Rubber at Lower


THE WORLD'S WEEK Cost! More Efficient

Western Newspaper Union.

Manufacturing! Lower
Uncle Sam Checks UpUNCLE and the like. It has recently under-

SAM wound up the 1937 gone such a revival at the handsof
Distribution Costs rir
year with a net deficit of one Rev. Martin Niemoeller,
'$2,707,347,110, or about $150,000,000more leader of the Confessional synod,
and his that of late the
supporters
President Roosevelt estimated
than THESE SAVINGS PASSEDON
last April, according to the churches were overcrowded.' Rev.
report of the United States Treas- Mr. Niemoeller fought to keep politics TO YOU IN THE FORM
out of the church.
OF EXTRA VALUES AT NO
ury.The gross national public debt Lately the fiery'minister had been

climbed to a total of $36,424,613,732as examined almost every week by EXTRA COST!

of June 30, it was shown. prosecuting attorneys in Berlin.
Receipts for the period just closed Then at last he was arrested by the IN PLANNING your Fourthof

were the largest in 16 years, secret police and taken to jail while July trip, plan now for the
his wife and six children looked on. FII
amounting to $5,293,840,236, com
SAFETY of yourself and family by
pared with $4,115,956,615 for the He was charged with "stirring up (. )
1936-37 year and about $70,000,000 in hatred in his speeches against lead replacing your smooth, worn tires
excess of estimates. Expenditureswere ing persons in the Nazi state and with a set of new Firestone Standard

$3,105,158,547, including $103- movement." The police raided his Tires!Firestone makes savings

933,250 for debt retirement origi- offices and seized many documentsand by controlling rubber and cotton

nally planned for that period but about $12,000. Said an official supplies at their sources, by more
carried over into the current year. communique after Rev. Mr. Niemoeller's efficient manufacturing ''methods,

Completion of the debt retire- arrest: by selling in such large volume that
ment program as previously con- "He has spread untrue reports distribution costs are lower. These
templated would have called for the about measures taken by/ Nazi authorities -
in the
savings are passed on to you
expenditure of $404,525,000, which in order to incense the
would have placed the gross deficit population. He also called for resistance form of extra values.

above the $3,000,000,000 mark. to state laws and decrees.His EIGHT EXTRA POUNDS OF

In the 1936-37 period, recovery and statements were part of the RUBBER to every 100 pounds of
relief costs were more than $400- steady fare of foreign newspapers cord. Extra value AT NO
000,000 below the total for the year hostile to Germany." EXTRA COST.

before, amounting to $2,846,462,932 -
PROTECTION AGAINST
against $3,290,927,869.Reliable' _' _
Ford Tests Labor Board BLOWOUTSbecause Gum. ,---.v.v.w.
authorities around the .
national labor relations Dipping, that famous patented -*
capitol said that as soon as all appropriation THE
bills for the 1938 fiscal is receiving its most exacting Firestone, Process, makes these tires run up to 28 //1/ I t7
test in the hearings at Detroit cooler. By this fiber of
year were cleared, the President degrees process, every every
would direct the heads of all.government on the United AutomobileWorkers' cord in every ply is saturated and coated with pure, rll
departments to impound 3JO union complaint that the liquid rubber, counteracting internal friction and
Ford Motor is
of
per cent of their appropriations, exclusive unfair labor practices.company The guilty U. A. heat that ordinarily destroy tire.life., Extra safety
of fixed charges, in an at-
tempt to balance the budget. Ex- W. U. is a C. I. O. affiliate; Ford is AT NO EXTRA' COST.PROTECTION o PRICES
opposed to the unions.It AGAINST PUNCTURES
said that ,
perts a maximum of $400-
000,000 could be saved in that way. was expected that the hearings because under the tread are two extra layers of AS LOW AS '

The prospective net deficit for 1938 'might take a long time and may Gum'Dipped Cords. Extra tire strength AT NO
estimated eventually reach the United States COST.
was at $400,000,000. EXTR f4O1
Supreme court. After the hearingsin
-*- PROTECTION! AGAINST SKIDDING becausethe
Detroit a board examiner will ,
'Compromise' Takes Bow draw up "intermediate findings"and tread is scientifically designed to prevent this _

SENATOR M. M. LOGAN, Dem- send them to the NLRB in danger. Extra safeguard AT NO EXTRA COST. ) :_

: Kentucky, presented the Washington, accompanied by'a Don't take chances with worn tires on your
?; "compromise" version of the President's transcript of the evidence and briefsof
Fourth of July trip. Join the Firestone SAVE A
: both sides. The board will then
Supreme court bill to the
LIFE Campaign today. Let your nearby Firestone Dealer or
senate, either order the Ford Motor company -
apparently
, Firestone Auto Supply &. Service Store equip with
with the blessings of to "cease and desist" its un- your car a
'.:, Majority Leader w :A' fair practices or dismiss the union's set of new Firestone Standard Tires-today's top tire value Firestone

Joseph T. Robinson ? : charges. Appeal may be taken to STANDARDFOR
Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Margaret Speaks,
the United States circuit court of
\: and the chief execu s PASSENGER CARS
Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network
tive. In form an ) appeals, which has the power of
' '' amendment to and A enforcement which NLRB lacks. 4.50.21. .. .. ...... $9.05
i- J substitute for the old The case may reach the Supreme DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE ON THIN WORN TIRESDO 50019. .......... 1O.3O

''to Ashurst administra-'j ,, court if the Constitution is involved. YOU KNOW 55017. .... ....... .%.50

0:, tion bill, the new i One of the allegedly unfair practicesto THAT last year highway ;;} 60016. .. ... ... .. 1395
:> draft authorizes ap- which the U. A. W. A. objects is accidents cost the lives of more 'it ; 6.25-16. eo .. eo eo. .$.65
, pointment of one 1 distribution of anti-union literatureby than 38,000 men, women & \
; ) I HEAVY DUTY
,. and children?
new justice to the the Ford company' to its em- -
,'' court each year for Sen.Robinson ployees. The company charges thata THAT a million more were C' ] .. 4.75.19.$11.75

,* every justice remaining on the court denial of this would violate con- injured? f' ": 'k ./ 5.25-18 .. .; .. .4.%;
than of
after reaching the 'age of seventyfive stitutional guaranties of free speech these THAT deaths more andiniunes 40,000 .

's- years. Under its provisicns the and a free press. caused directly by punctures, S dlon b"fJOIh, Seetion ojnetoFirestoneblowouts firesfoneSENTINEL
lrewhchlSslIsce llhl4 T"e. NollI rolecllon
: President would be permitted to -- and due
slcaddlng punctures, blowouts H against ,,
;:., name one new justice this year (besides Isolates Germ to Unsafe fires? QM skiddin H panc7xresand6lowouts.1 .
Paralysis
t filling the left 45021. .......... $635
vacancy by the
rj:' retirement of Justice Willis Van WHAT the medical profession 4.75-19 ........... 6.7O
!i'i:'. Devanter) and assure him of at a major step in the 5.00.19. eo.eo.... '.%0Firestone
conquest of infantile paralysis
was
least
one new appointment to the
} court in each taken when Dr. Edward Carl Rose- .
: remaining year of his ,
now announced to 100 physicians, I
: ; present term of office. All of the appointments COURIER
and medical
surgeons research

: ;, of justices would hinge seventy-five on the decision workers in Glendale, Calif., that he 44021. .. ... .. $5.43

11/,"'. '.- older on retirement. had isolated the germ which causesit. 30x31/2 Cl. . .. 4.87
--icI Dr). Rosenow! is professor of experimental / OTHER SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOWIt'll
bacteriology at the
==-. His Sermons Were Popular
foundation
Mayo in Rochester.,
FOUR years ago the Protestant Minn.
I;' in Germany was thought Work with spinal fluid taken from
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The low class is'he' who makesno I
man e VMiUi _n re.s .
SUNDAY less demands: on.himself. The. high. Resurgam; (L.) I shall rise .
n andWeight class man is he.who, disciplines himself again. ,no more.. .
-- to the service of great ends beyond Presto maturo, presto' marcio 'I Feel ricK
f I- fc3 : ads
himst'Ir..Havelock Ellis.
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean (It.) Soon ripe, 'Soon rotten.
of the, Moody Bible .Instituteof ByJAMES' A.mind, if it he open, may change ,Lis' litem general.L.:) Strife be' :the.y. '
Chicago. with each new day but a spirit and a ...
i1 {;L. Western Newspaper Union. DR. ,W. BARTON heart is as unchanging as the tides.. gets strife. : I :now CS.TX buy.
:,.i\; ,,' ;, Bell Syndicate.-WNU. Service. Owe D. Young.I Hominis est'' errare... (L.), It is .' ..
: have a feeling that, following ''its common?for man to, err.. .. .. -:: :mo5t yth1ng-
}.1.: ':': Lesson ,for July: 18 WHEN 'a middle-aged 'individual sojourn in Gethsemane, the world is ''\'Bacio; di bocca spesso cuor My boss, just. "

(!>':..J/.r.r to be losing weight going to emerge a pleasanter placeto non tocca. (It.) A kiss oU'the'

,,; ,,: ," LESSON' TEXT-,Exodus 3:13-16; 4:10.16; there ,is, always the possibility of live in.--Peter D. Kyne. r mouth often docs not 'touch the raised my"'b
fs?: : 5:1. Without will .
force justice always heart.- . .
GOLDEN _TEXT-The Lord ,will give tuberculosis, but the'physi 'n :usu- .
;t' J- p' .y.
\ : : always
.. ', 2911. be thwarted because there arc :Contra ,fortuna no vale arte nin-- .
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\\f: 1, strength unto his people-Psalm ally has in mind diabetes or even ; ft.C"N? .
;: PRIMARY TOPIC: -When. Moses, Was wicked people.-Edouard! J!er:- ( ) :There is fence
SIJ.t
I ;;.l:: : cancer. When neither of these' conditions guna. ,, no ... : .

I {,;,: ', ,,: Afraid.JUNIOR. 'TOP IC:-:Moses Made Ambassador. : is present then I the cause of' riot.Soup is 'no 'good \ lth salt alone, against fortune. .

I : "' :the loss.'of weight is sought from and intellect '''is' but the salt.-Lady ;Fide, sed cui vide.-' (L'.r'Trust. .. ,
flf : : INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC other' less but see whom. "
serious .
or (Standpoints.. Reading. ," .. '
I (- God Stands by His Workers. II n'est sauce quo d'appetit: .. .
I ) '.,: YOUNG PEOPLE AND.ADULT TOPIC-; If it' were. youngster the physi- .' : (F.) Hunger is.th. best sauce., WNU Service.-

:1.1"t-;;. ':. Strong,. in, the I" 'Strength, of"Gods cian would find I that there was not ....
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' :'". :' God. enough outdoor, play
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:. Never ina_ hurry"Who! ? "
: perhaps to create an
I <' :.: He needed a human leader to bring

i i ::.'::::., his chosen pepple up out- of the 'X .rA' : '},.' outdoor appetite ,or play so-that much ffOl/felJO/d @ FOR/FLAKIER PASTRY ,

!:;' bondage' of Egypt,'and,he spent 80 the w snot .'..' ..
,f youngster, .
, ;(. 40
years?getting f him ready- years -r- getting enough @ QUeJiOllfCooking
.THAN YOU'VEEVER'
learning .all the wisdom of Egypt,
i rest or perhaps the
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and 40 learning the"'lessons of
years youngster''' is being
God, 'patience and humility, on' the Sour Fruit-Sour fruit BAKED BEFORE
allowed' to stay up '
P-. backside of"the desert.. '--? too' '''late at night. will require much less sugar, and r
Infinite and omnipotent is God, be more digestible, if a dessert- '
> Thus nourishing
more '
and he may"move with'' 'faster'-than- food and more spoonful of syrup and a pinch of ,, V" ,' ''

lightning speed..:Bit'i ,usuallywe'find: : '" A rest or sleep is bicarbonate of soda are. added. aft'i' V..
gen- < '" -'- -- '- '- "
him working out, his blessed:_ pur- I cooking. : ; :: :
all that is
erally nec-
but,always Dr. Barton. *
poses;'normally, quietly, essaryto
"on time" < increase ,To Prevent ; Scorching-Leave Find.out why
--, Our lesson brings before us the the. child's: .weigh, : in such cases, one small 'section of a 'gem pan millions(prefer ,

': 'J' meeting with God which preceded, To some extent'' the same treat- empty when putting gem batterin this Special 4. ,
i: I the appearance of Moses as the ment is applied, to adults-more; pan. Fill'this "s 'ction with wa- Blend of fine ,

.:" .,- head of the nation of Israel, in its sleep,.more. fresh air, more nourish- -ter., 'and. .gems 0..0.will h '.never* ..., .scorch..,, .. cooking fats to '
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,:, :. :', mighty 'conflict: with; Pharaoh. We ing.fo d.- ;* any other short'

' ., : find him first.,proceeding with _com- :.
'..' Effects. of Infection. Keeping Brassware I Bright ehng'regardlessp; w
." \ mendable ,care: but then going, on in 'Often however the physician Brass ornaments will ..remain, of'price! .-.for ,. ; ,
,
:. unfortunate humility which amounted bright- longer if after polishing, frying, deep. t
.;. finds,,the blood, thin, the blood pressure ( pan
; almost. unbe.lief and which re- '' they are given a thin coat of white frying, delicious '
sulted in the substitution of his low. and a feeling of weakness ,
'
: present. As these are often the effects shellac.. cakes hot
',' '" brother.:,Aaron'.....as.his_,spokesman! ,. of some infection in the system '* '' breads, etc
but eventually we do see him going made To Freshen /Coconut-Shredded
close examination is
..,., about his difficult task with resolu- a ,
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coconut which has become
. of nose and throat and sinuses, the idry, .
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tion and courage. ..
dentist can be freshened, by .soaking ,it "
teeth checked the
by ,
; are up
E.xod. 3:13-'
Caution
I. Justifiable (
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.. including an X-ray examination of in sweet milk a few minutes; ,be- "

; 16)Neither). God nor man dare\:: entrust all the teeth. If there is indigestion ,fore using., WNU Service. Advertisements .Tll.at.'WiJl Save rOll Money

:' : '. :a -high.. and difficult commission ,to;I .perhaps an: X-ray examination ofstomach

....; ..'J afoolish, 'man who ". brusquely intestines ,and gall bladder -
: (is made. ,
'Hrushes-.lin. where angels fear :totread.

'. :"-'-The fact that one feels, If after'this complete examinationnose

fully 'dnd unhesitatingly qualified' ',- throat,. sinuses, gall blad

: ."'. takeover such a responsibility is derstomach! and intestines, examination .9 ,)1rYr:{;;,:?{ r}
\ almost a certain indication that he of blood, blood pressure, ,

is not the man to assume it. heart, lungs, urine, no infection can OMAN .. C'MON Look,BETTY.... U6H.' CAN'T' YOU
\ *",.The ambassador must have cre- be 'found, then the physician believes THES k'' ET'S'gNOCK' AREN'T-'THEY' THINK ,OI=ANYTHING

dentials. God's representative, has ; as]he may have, believed before !>1E JOYS ARE- THE/R LITTLE BEAUT/ES, BUT EATING.. EVEN

them.'When "they shall say"whatan ;: he started the examination, JUST OFFOUR i ;. BLOCKS ANDr rWAJTUNT/L.,, ON YOUR'VACATIONS '
important and difficult situation hat: the patient has "something on I you SEE How' ,

f.ll.. that creates. The one who speaks his mind," some worry, some anxiety '6"000 7HEy 0f4I

-- for God' must expect not only the or fear, that, is disturbing rest,

scornful bitterness of God's en- appetite, and digestion' ,. thus. caus-,
emies, but also., the unbelieving ing loss <*f weight.! ,- '

questions of those he.seeks,.to serve.; Seeks Cause of, Worry.
"What.'shall I say?.',' asks,, Moses,
and God answers that" ,he may say If he is the family'doctor' he may 'k1 -

that "I AM" had sent him. This know something of the conditions

:. "name of God reveals. him as the which are upsetting the 'patient's
_,. mind and through the mind the,
: "eternal, independent, self-sufficient, '
:' "self-existent,' immutable personal whole digestive, system.:. 'Having
I"- made the thorough examination he
:' being. Consider, Christian"-brethren,
is now in apposition to tell the : t
:',: whose we are and whom"-we serve. pa-
:i. .Here indeed is "inspiration in ex- tient that after this "complete" ,examination -
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": cess of duty" real equipment 'for in which no, organic con-
t Christian life and 'service. dition has been found, there must

:, ,, But Moses seems to be unable; to be something disturbing his mind g f
,:;: ';' see beyond his owiihumaninfirmity'y ; and that he would be glad to talkit I

:'y:: ..". even in the light of such a ,glorious over if, the patient 'thought', he IF YOU'RE SO WELLF/ YOU'D '
':.: revelation, supplemented, as it was could be of help. FOND OF FISHTHERE'S A LIMIT YOU WOULDN'T LISTEN TomE
YOU CAM CLEAN Y AROUND CHIRPING DOCTOR you
.. TO My PATIENCE ,
miraculous the emotional
Once
and of the
:..: by powers, we find cause 'EM AND COOK 'EMj 6ETT/ I'M SICK EITHER F YOU HAD WOULDN'T HAVE TOMYHEADACHE
; : him showing an disturbance-worry, anxiety, fearis -. YOURSELF..-IM 1 AND'TlRED OF YOUR BE SO GROUCHY

,' :' ., ,' II. Unjustified Humility (Exod." : discovered, discussed 'openly and NO HIRED/ /\ BEING SO CROSS AND HADN'TSLEPT .ALL,THE TIME IYOUWOULDNYKNOV

"" .' : 10-12). freely with the patient, ,and; the,patient GIRL ALL THE T/ME.,, ALL "
/ When God calls a man, he, knows sees a possible(way ,out of, or :'

:. .., his limitations-why then should one an effective way of meeting, the
';: plead them as an excuse for not trouble, then he can get, his rest

--. serving" ?, The excuse of Moses and sleep, will be able to go out and
: that he was not a fluent'speaker has about and meet his friends (or. foes) ,

.. been the stand-by of unwilling'workers without, too much disturbance. "'J
." all through the ages. When'asked *

to: lead a prayer meeting; teach' a Prolonging Life in Heart Disease. Q ;

Sunday School class, conduct a N OW that heart, disease stands ycQLa73o
young people's meeting, thousands oy
f first as a cause.of death, physi-
e have lamely thus excused themselves -
cians everywhere are advising their
...,,1
and missed a, blessing.
,
; patients that despite leaking valves,
The perfect answer of God in v.ll
irregularity in the beat, enlargement -
,merits attention. ,God made, A 1
your ,-high blood pressure and other one
mouth and mine. He gives us the
disturbances, life can be prolonged
power of speech. ,He, asks not the if the individual can prevent further -
I ,r eloquence of polished, rhetorical, pe- infections, eat small easily di- THE DOCTOR TOLD YOUTHAT DAYS '' :#
riods, or the flights of, man's yoUR HEADACHES } SHE WAS SAME
imag- gested meals, and not do much workor LATER : '< :' ,- .. THE
,' ination. He wants but the incom- take much exercise. AND SLEEPLESSNESS (' S, OH,, Y J.' .,, T; WOMAN NOW THAT
parable eloquence of his own wordson WERE CAUSED BY COFFEE- /ANVTHNSSERVES. % '.:SHE DOESN'T HAVE
our lips. Dr. Richard Ellsworth rhe heart does a, great deal of .' WHY DON'T you J I TO KEEP ix HEADACHES AND ;1

Day in "Bush Aglow" rightly points ti pumping about four quarts or TAKE,HIS ADV/CE.AND / VYoUQU/ET// / ,C.,SLEEPS, WELL/ .' I

out that this was the secret of.'.the one gallon of blood per minute from TRY" : POSTUM FOR. \1
power of D. L. Moody: each ventricle, one ventricle pump- 30 DAYS ?

: III. Unnecessary Substitution ing blood .to the lungs to I be purifiedand ..
the 0 Y SWITCHING To
other blood
(Exod. 4:13-16). pumping to all f ?
Loving and patient is ,our God' parts of the, body.It Jra goy c Q.T / VfOSTUM\ SURE

but there is a boundary line to:that will carry on this regular work' / ( :WOMA of

patience. Moses went too far, in his day and night and the rate and Yr' '
amount of blood will not be' increased _.r
.. humility and reflected on,the ability 4 -
of .God, who promptly substituted much if _light digestible 4K

Aaron as the spokesman. meals are eaten' and' little. r'no. exercise -
.' Gracious He in taken.;
was thus' providing '
,. a helper for Moses. But' one Dr. George L. Walker, Griffen,
.. ''wonders what Moses' missed of Ga., in the Journal of the Medical

''blessing and' power "because, of .his Association of Georgia, says, "Aheavy I,
slowness of heart. _meal increases. the output of

.. r. IV. "And Afte :w.ard." J tExod( ; 5:1). blood from the heart by 50 per cent. ".
,.It Commissioned In anger, resentment, and apprehension '
bearing) creden- &YoUR MONEY SACK---\
"'. tials from the infinite and, eternal an increase of 25 per cent or -/FStV/TCHfNG:/ / Tb PQSTUM'J dress General Foods, Limited, Cobourg, Ontario.) .
"I AM and with eloquent more is frequent; 'accompanied bya U DOESN'T HELP you > s''? Postum contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat '.' .
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a strong and
,, ..,,,;: and bran, roasted and slightly'sweetened:Postum comes .
brother, his rise in blood pressure.' Exercise 3 Cy Cereal the.kind. boil
by side Moses in two forms..Postum you or perco-
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'stands before Pharaoh to say in often increases the output of the If you,cannot safely drink coffee..try ,Ilate...and,Instant Postum made; instantly in,the cup. It
,. God's name, "Let my people ," heart to 25 quarts per minute, Postum's 30-daytest., Buy a can of is economical,easy to make,delicious.You may., miss coffee
go which is very much more than when Postum and drink it instead of coffee for a full month. at'first,but after 30 days; you'll love
and ,
Preparation the'holy privilegeof the individual is at rest. If...after 30 days..you do not feel better, return the Postum for its own '
fellowship with God are to, makeus top of the Postum container to General Foods, Battle ,rich, full-bodied, fla-
ready for service. While it is "The normal and even' the diseased Creek, Michigan, and 'we will cheerfully refund the full vor. A product of d
folly to go unprepared, it is double heart (unless' it has reached purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in'Canada, ad General Foods. ;OoNT'BEA GLOOM,
'. 'San-.advanced stage of disease) will "SDRINK PoRJM .: .hy
folly to prepare and then" fail t$ gf Copr.1937.Klne Features Syndicate,G. F. Corp Licensee (This offer expires Dec. 31,1937)
when God commands. deliver exactly the amount of blood
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i The Clewiston New.sI. I such a hurry for a few short years be- the Owens to Tennessee- The W. C. burn as anyone could ask for, and itl I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

fore. And so we quit paying taxes. Prewitts are in Mississippi and the G- was so cockeyed hot for a couple of

did. E. Smiths are in Tampa. hours I was wringing wet from pres-
Or did we quit? We thought we :
Published every Friday in Clewiston We let our land go back to the state And some people are doing so much piration, but there was none of that

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. because we didn't pay the taxes on it painting and remodeling at their homeswe depressive feeling you get from a hot r ly

Inc. Then we found prices going up and don't see how they can leave them. day up country.

up. Some of the price advance was due The Bournes have just finished paint- Then along about six at night a

Keathley Bowden, Editor to other causes 'and some of it to the ing theirs and the Bestor home re- thunder shower came blowin in off

simple fact that various taxes were -eivcd a complete renovation inside and the Gulf and the wind with it actually _

Entered as second class mail mat- added up to make up for the real out thisspring.. Fred Henricksen has cold, an hour's hard rain followed -

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post estate tax, which had become a thingof -omplcted an additional porch ,and other and it was so cool for the rest

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under, the past. new work on his home. Carpentershave of the night that I was glad to have.

the Act of March 3, 1897. And now it 'is claimed hat if you just begun an additional wing on a cover.

are an average $19.00 a week wage- the Ezelle home. There's a fascination You can go runing off somewhereelse /

:Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. earner and don't even own al! car, homeor about a paint brush and a hammer and for your vacation if you want

Advertising rates on application. anything of that sort, you pay $116a saw that's hard to resist, and no won to, but I've tried it several times and

.. year in taxes which are added to. ier-for they do transform' appearancesand have ,learned that when it comes to

Devoted to the advancement and your various purchases. You are unconscious give a sense of satisfaction that real comfort and pleasure there's no EASY WITH

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry of the fact that they are taxes, far exceeds the expectation.And place like Florida, and with all our IT'S

County.A but you've paid them just the same now for the week's silly sym- charming beaches lakes and pleasure $Jp

And if you have a car, every time phony and then we'll close : resorts fellow can have a whale ofa 1 .

you put 10 gallons of gasoline in the Two Englishmen, who had already. vacation without ever leaving the PAYMENT PI.
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lady visiting in New York wrote taink you pay 70 cents tax. When you lingered long over their i* cups, were state.
'us the other day: I'm homesick to be send a telegram or make a long distance -
train when them
travelling of
by one You can pack the family in the
;back in Florida- Up here folks think phone call you pay a tax. These Give your children every
of window and asked
the
'qpked out car and start out in most any direction opportunity they deserve in !
they have to wear shoes, hose, hats and taxes are collected by the companiesand
"Is ? The other
thisVembly" gazed and find plenty of entertain- your own home. A playroom,
:%'e gods, even gloves No wonder there you don't recognize them.If thoughtfully and replied "No, ment regardless of what your particular den, workshop, complete

have been nearly 300 deaths from the you are lucky enough to inherit day"So'm I. Let's ThUrS-j tastes may be. Why dont freedom. All these plus

heat wave up there. We have better .a_fortune, ,the government takes an :rink.I take my advice and "Sec Flroida First you security are theirs and yoursin
weather here and dress more sensibly awful slice ,of it in taxes. The govern- your own home. You can .
than half the mil- this summer- purchase a home now and t .
lor it. too. ment got more 25 -
pay like rent over a long
lion dollars left John D. Rockefeller
by 9Cl8QQQAdItgI000Eit7iif9EfgldAt7q11QpToo period with our Budget
WORSE THAN MAD DOGSA and 60 of the 80 million left Monthly Payment Plan. It's
by the late George F. Baker. Late To The Seven SleepersThe advantageous to buy or build
ClassifyBy
Seven
Sleepers Face
were seven now in of rising prices!
feature story in a Dallas news- And so the millions and billions being noble youths of Ephesus, accord-

paper pointed out recently that no one paid back out of the pockets of qfassell KayQQQQQQQQpQQQQQQQL1p0AQQMdRt1 ing to legend, who fled in the De-

has died in Dallas from the bite ofa the -people. And don't ever think you'll : cian persecution in A. D. 250 to a
cave at Mount Celion. After 230
mad dog in more than two years- escape for everyone pays the taxes. I ,
or in some versions, 309 years, Clewiston Federal
but that 23 have been killed The only solution is a middle coursein
persons of awoke
This is the season the year they but soon died and their
within Dallas city limits by drunken government spending which will when thousands of folks who swelter bodies were taken to Marseilles, Savings and Loan

drivers in those two years.A eventually brnig about a return to and sizzle under the blistering sun France, in a large stone coffin,

plain statement of fact that no normal taxes. in the north and middle west console which Js shown in Victor's church. AssociationNOTICE
Their are Constantine Dio-
names ,
comment will emphasize whh'
themselves the thought that it
\ nysius, John, Marimian, Malchus,

NOT IMPORTANT BUT I .................-........................................................................... might be worse and moppin' their Martinian and Serapion. m
fevered brows say "It's terrible, this

INTERESTINGIt RAMBLINGS heat, but. imagine the poor devils down; I
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in FLORIDA.

will make in They just can't seem to it
no difference the get
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history of the nation, but it is interest-' through their heads that heat and
The tennis courts are providing a NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or'so much
ing to know hat a special song was humidity are one thing and sunshineis thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite -
lot exercise and sunshine for lot
of
written for use at he wedding of F. D- a somethin else., They have been to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising, will
R, jr., and Ethel DuPont. The song of folks these days. They have stayed taught to think of Florida'as land be sold at public auction on the second day of August, 1937 beginning at
and twelve o'clock noon,' at the City Hall of the of Clewiston
deservedly popular, many people City Florida.
was titled "You Are The Reason for My of warmth and sunshine and conclude
concur in our opinion that their con- R. Y! PATTERSON, Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.
Love Song"? and part of the chorus is that since we enjoy a mild climatein
struction lis the finest thing in the
as follows : winter, it must naturally follow
sports line that has ever happened to ri
"You are the reason for my love song, that our summers are unbearable. I u5 : Amount of Taxes
A melody that never dies .. Clewiston-golf course, handball court, They lose sight of the fact that Description of Land o en Owner ';
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Love me, dear, only diamond ball field notwithstanding. the same Gulf Stream that tempersour I
I'll never leave you lonely:' I And it. is really nothing short of am- atmosphere in winter plays an equ-I C -r-

Say you'll be true to me tooYou azing to watch the progress some ot ally important part in maintaining 1 I

are the reason for my love song, the youngsters and oldsters too are :ven temperature here throughout the / s5

Sweetheart, I'll give my love song to making at the game. Three 'months ago summer They also overlook the workof 50'x115'Lot 1 ,Block Off S. 6 End............ First Bank of Clewiston ....$ 68.60

you." there, were a few good players and a the ,Master: Architect in providingus S. 85' Off Lot 9 Block 9) Alston Drug Co. ........__........ 42.80A.

-=-----'-- I I I swarm of amateurs, and today the situation with natural air conditioning cool- Lot 1 Block 17 ............ M. Hopkins .._.................... 3.70A.
CHILDREN is decidedly reversed.Sit ing showers and friendly gulf and Lot 2 Block 17 ...._....... M. Hopkins __...............-.... 4.55C.
IN COURTBy i the sidelines Lot 13 Block 20 ............ V. Parkinson ,_................. 4.55
Judge Malcolm Hatfield on any afternoonand ocean breezes, that sweep across the Lot 23 Block 23 ......_..... Hollis Lanier m..................... 5.40
you'll hear the balls crack for all I staet almost constantly Lot 24 Block 23 ..-......... ....' .;. Hollis Lanier __..................-..- 5.40
The price of a half fare bus ticket the world like the radio sounds when And the thing that makes me hot- Lot 25 Block 23 __......-... ':' Hollis Lanier ........................ 5.40
proved the maens of landing a thir- lOU tune in on the national tennis ter than the heat wave is the fact Lot 26 Block 23 ............ .,J,* Hollis Lanier m........_............ 5.40
matches. Lot 30 Block 23 ......-..... .. Colts, Inc----------------------------- 6.25
teen year old girl in the juvenile court that no matter how hard you try to Lot 31 Block 23 ........_... -" ; V. Colts, Inc. ............................ 6.25
today. The courts enable you to while away explain or how much indisputable Lot 32 Block 23 ..__..-..::. ::t:':" Colts, Inc.----------------------------- 6.25

Twenty-four hours before her ap- I many a pleasant hour, and if you are vidcnce you present the average bird Lot 23 Block 26 ............ .,f r< "' B. W. Jenks, Sr' .............__m 4.55'B.
perhension by juvenile authorities for not on your vacation or if you don'ttake who has never been here in summer Lot 24 Block 26 ............ ': ',..' W. Jenks, Jr. ................ 4.55
there's Lot 25' Block 26 ............ .';is B. W. Jenks, Jr----------------- 4.55
stealing from a vacation no need to miss won't believe word : .
a ten cent store this just naturally a .'* Jenks 'Jr----------------- 4.55
Lot 26 Block 26 B. W. ,
child had heard her mother tell a ill the benefit of one. Just map out you say. v I Lot 27 Block 26 ------------ .,, : B. W. Jenks, Sr------------------- 4.55B.

bus driver that she was eleven yearsof your day's schedule to include a coupleof I can imagine just what our folksit Lot 28 Block 26 ............ *\' W. Jenks, Sr: ,............-__..- 4.55
age. While the mother saved hours there, and you'll find that the Florida Exhibit in Clevelandare I Lot 29) Block 26 ............ U' B. W. Jenks- Sri ............_..... 4.55B.
a Lot 30 Block 26 ............ \, W. Jenks, Sr _.....-.___:....._ 4.55
small amount, of money by' misrepresenting j-ou are rested and refreshed ,even going through right now trying ; Lot 1 Block 27 ........... ": ,:" Anna M. Hopkins ........._.__... 5.40
her daughter's acutal age, this though physically you're tired and hot. to convince skeptical Clevelanders i Lot 2 Block 27 ............ .,\, :.y Anna M. Hopkins ......__..._____ 5.40
proved to be the most expensive ,ticket Speaking of vacations reminds us that:: Florida is a much more desirable Lots 3 & 4 Block 27 ...'. :'t.,. The Bromar Corp ,.....___...m 102.30

she ever purchased for an example of of many folks who are vacationing now. place to live right now than Ohio.. ". Lot 19 Block 27 ........m. '',-' ,' (.:.": The Bromar Corp __...__....... 5.40
I Lot 20 Block 27 '''.''...... .- ; The Bromar Corp---------------- 5.40
dishonesty was set which the child Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baker (Lefty and They can point out the fact that not Lot 27 Block 27 .....m.... :.;';.c Elmer G. Case ....-............... 2.85 j
was not slow in adopting. Mary Snail) are in North Carolina visiting one single death or heat prostrationis Lot 28 Block 27 ..........:' ,- ,J.' Elmer G. Case _.............._____ 2.85

relatives for two weeks. They recorded in Florida and that such Lot 29 Block 27 .._......... ? ; V,' Elmer G. Case .................... 2.85
WHO PAYS THE TAXES? will return to Clewiston and Lefty will fatilities unknown here- Lot 30 Block 27 ............. .. Elmer G. Case _................... 2.85
are They can Lot 31 Block 27 ........"'_ '. ':: Elmer G. Case ...........-....._.. 2.85
he a machinist for the U -S. S. Corp-, temperature readings in vari- sLot / ...... ...
compare 18 Block 36 m..m '. W. T. Fergson ...-....-- .- 4.55 i
So much property has been taken off and Mary will again teach in the high ous cities throughout the country to Lot 19 Block 36 .........:.. W. T. Fergson .?...___......__...... 4.55 I
the tax rolls of the counties that we school" Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Morrisonare prove the advantage Florida enjoys, Lot 20 Block 36 .""'.''''''. '. W. T. Fergson -..................... 4.55 'I
wonder sometimes who does jn Michigan, where he is playingball. avail Lot 8 Block 81 ........._.. .', E. W. Metzner .................... 3.70 (
but all J
pay taxes. to no Lot 2 Block 136 _........... e Walter R, Tweedy ....._..... 4.89C. !>
Well, the answer is simple. Everyone They too will return before No matter what you say it is accepted Lot 15 Block 138 .......... E. Shaw......................... 2.85E.
I pays the taxes. True, the matter wouldbe school opens. as just so much hooey, and you Lot 4 Block 139 ............ -' M. Petterson ..__.............. 4.04
much simpler and taxes more even- Some of the teachers are at sum- might as well try and convince them Lot 6 Block 139 m__....... ,', Mrs. A. S. Rothrock _.........._ 5.40
ly distributed if we had remained mer school, and according to their ideas Lot 9 Block 139 ........... ', Mrs. R. H. Sanders ............' 4.55
in that white is black. Lot 12 Block 139 .......... ; Cora A. Keller _................... 4.38E.
the throes of "the good old days", when I of work and play, it isn't much of aacation. I'm not contendin' it don't get hot Lot 13 Block 139 ........_. j' J. Keller ............._.......... 4.38

everyone or nearly everyone 6wned a \- Mrs. Thomas and Saundal in Florida ; it docs, every so often Lot 19 Block 135 -......... .,' Mildred Wheeler ..........-....... 4.04
little bit of property of some kind or Watson are in Southern, both of them the sun I bears down and for an hour I Lot 2 Block 141 ............ George Beiow ...................... 3.70
other 'and will receive 'their Bachelor's this Lot 9 Block 141 ....-......._ Margaret Klick .................... 3.70
the once a year wandered into degree or two we may be downright uncomfortable Lot 10 Block 141 '........._ Anna Pavlik ..............._........ 3.70
courthouse and paid the little bit summer. Lucile Hampton is at Tallahassee but it is a different kind of Lot 11 Block 141 ......__.. Elmer G. Case ...._................- 4.55
of taxes assessed on it. and Dorothy Craig also plannedto heat from that experienced in the Lot '13 Block 146 .........i ,.. Walter Moore ..................:... 4.55
However, we didn't remain in "the attend the F. S- C. W. summer session north 'and west that settles down on Lot 14 Block 146 .......... Walter Moore ...................... 3.70
good old days"We all got big ideas. Prof. and :Mrs. Herring Lot 15 Block 146 ....--".... Sadie O'Meara ....:.......-......_ 3.70
We are sum- ou like a blanket and smothers you Lot 10 Block 151 _......... Elmer G. Case .._...............-. 3.70
acquired a good deal more property mering at the 'club house here. Dorothy for days at a time with no let. up Lot 11 Block 151 .......... Elmer G. Case .................... 4.55
,than we had any earthly use for. Lockhart and Mrs. Beardslcy r'e in day or night. Lot 12 Block 151 ..-....-.- Elmer G. Case .................... 3.70
We voted bonds, and built roads, built Gainesville at summer school. I d.n't know whether ,you've Lot 13 Block 151 .......... Elmer G. Case ..................._ 3.36G.
schools, and increased Mrs., no- Lots 1, 2, 3 Block 152 L. Espenlaub ......__.......... 51.30
the functions Dotterer
of John and -
baby daugher :iced it or not, but here in Florida, Lot 4 Block 152 ...._.....-- First Bank of Clewiston .... 17.30H.
government to cover nearly everythingon : are in South Carolina with rela- .t matter how hot it may be out in Lots 5, 6, 7 Block 152 Etherton __...................... 37.70G.
earth. We established bureaus for tives. Helen Knight and two sons arc he sun, if you get in the shade of Lot S Block 152 ............ E. Etherton ...._................. 7.10G.
this boards for that and commissions nt, her parents in Anniston. Alabama. Lot 9 Block 152 ............ ,. E. Etherton ..............:....... 7.10
..... ., for the other. Most of which Mrs. Schiffli and 1 tree or even a telephone pole you Lot 10 Block 152 ......-... W. C. Owen _........__............. 7.10
well the
fl was three youngsters always find it several degrees cool- Lot 11 Block 152 ...._..... First Bank of Clewiston .... 7.10
: and god, except that w'hen we awakened arc at their summer home in Highlands :r. Then the nights are generally, Lot 12 Block 152 _......... First Bank of Clewiston .... 7.10
r f ; .. lo the fact that the property we i I North Carolina. Mrs. Scharn- cool, just as soon as the sun goes 35' Off S. Side Lot 1 38.od t
'. bought wasn't bringing in any revenue berg is still with relatives in New down it starts Block 156 _................. -.: First Bank of Clewiston... ,-iA\
to cool off and many .................... ..... 7.10C. '.
f\:: and that there wasn' sale York Boston. Lot 4 Block 156 ............ C. C. Klutts -
for it or
: any times before morning a guy is apt EV of Lot 5 Block 156 C. Christian .............__..-: 17.30
> .'. we realized that even a normal tax is MrVbnMach is seizing the opportunity to and '
get up go prowling around W of Lots 5 and. 6
{: 'a burden when :you dig down in your of a couple of weeks away from trying to find a blanket. Block 156 .................. Elmore & Chagaris ............ 31.20
>, pockets for it. And the taxes weren't the office to enter Bay: Pines hospital Lot 7 Block 156 ............ George A. Heinz ............:.._.. 7.10
) normal. They were skyrocketing for treatment ; and I Yesterday is a good example. I Lot 24 Block 156 .._...:... Robert George .:.................... 56.40
to every and Mrs. VonMach stood out in the sun: trying to foola I Lot 1 Block 159 ...,......_. Theo. Gottleibt ...................... 3.02
: year get money to carry on theDOLds the children arc at a nearby beach. The fish with a casting rod and a wooden / Lot 6 Block 1C1 ............ George Crowder ..........._........ '2.00
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iir, and bureaus, pay for the schools, Ezelle and Owen families are leavingthis minnow over at Bradenton Beach I Lot 2 Block 162 :........... Mrs. J. E. Frederick'. -..-.......- 3.02
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JULY 16, 1937

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' .... . . . . the home F. Cross ervisor of probatoin assistant C. D. Newbern. THey fine "'.'-
) Pafford will haveas at of J. I were a
meeting super-
I N M N N N N N N N N N N N N NN. :N.NIN.N.N MN.. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. r :.(
'I' .:i': .:. their guests next week Mr. and Mrs.G north of LaBelle next Thursday even- visor of probation, chief of library group of intelligent youngsters, asking !

:: Personal Mention P. Blackerby and son, Pat, of ing, July 22 at seven o'clock p. m- service division, specilist in public lots! of questions and 'carrying notebook -


: .x.....................!....................-..........................................................y... Brunswick, Georgia. The meeting was called by Mr. Cross libraries, specialist in school libra- have .as We good tried time to help 'the, boys
: and Glades County Agent G. C- Hodge ries, junior agricultural,engineer. a as possible.

I I ? .. ,' Mrs. J- F. Curry was. visitor in Mr., and Mrs. J- A. McGehee and who are very enthusiastic in their efforts -

West Palm ,Beach Monday. children, Pat, Wilbur'and Rhunelle, returned to organize the beef cattlemen 'of FLORIDA PROJECTS-First Dis- V -V.-'. ;
I from of the Western "i
Friday a tour -
the two counties and an invitation has trict-Many local projects for Floridaare L. B.
A. J. Livingston of West Palm Beach states. MershonAGENT
been extended to all of them. i now ,pending and receiving approvals -
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here 'eter- iI
was transacting Business
day. The rivers and \ !
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day. Irs.V.. F. Simpson, Mrs. J. E-
EXAMINATIONSFOR harbors bill, which has just passedthe
MERIT SYSTEM
Lovvorn, Mrs. James A. Rumbley and New York Life "
House, contains the following .
WELFARE BOARD JOBSD. surveys '
S. Arvidson of West Palm ,Beach Mrs. G- Wallace of Okeechobee vis- Insurance "(
on bills which were introducedby CompanyARCADIA
in Clewiston.Mr.
Wednesday
business visitor Wednesday in
was s.
W. Ireland, chairman of the Dis- ; myself: Hillsboro river, from the FLORIDA i
Clewiston.
and Mrs. Fred Joss reutrned to trict No8 Welfare Board has announced upper end of the existing project to

Stuart afer vsiting her sister that there will be a written Merit Sulphur Springs ;Waterway from An-

W. F. Nail of Moore Haven is visiting Mrs. B.Saturday J. chroeder here for a week., System examination on July 24th for dote River, by way of Lake Butler, NORGE REFRIGERATORS

, his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs Schroeder, returned with her and all, persons qualified and interested in to a point near Safety Harbor on Furniture and Home Furnishing "

and Mrs. W. F- Nall, jr. Old Tampa Bay Anclote River
spent the week-end in Stuart. doing social work under the State Welfare ; ; PHILCO RADIOS

Board. Persons wishing to take Pithlachascotee river, and Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker of Miami creek in Pasco In additionit Household FurnishingsInc. n.
John B. Dotterer returned from a this examination are urged to make ap- county. r
spent the week-end in Clewiston as plication to Miss Martha Nelson, Di- authorizes the improvement of St. x
week's visit with Mrs. Dotterer and .
guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Foy Durrence. rector of District No. 8 Welfare Board, Petersburg harbor, to provide a chan- BELLE "%'"
/- their daughter, Sherrie, and with his GLADE FLORIDA ;,
J Cleveland Building, Fort Myers, not nel 20 feet deep and 200 feet wide; /
parents Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dotterer
r Miss Olive Laurenson is spending later than July 16th. a lock in the 'St., Lucie canal, witha ,
in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
t, a two weeks vacation with relatives -, in order to be eligible applicantsmust usable width of SO feet and a depthof ::

in Orlando. Dr. R- V. Allison of Gainesville vis- have a high school education plus not less than 8 feet to tie into J. M. COUSE .::1

ited his father-in-law, F. L. Williamson two years' experience in related fields the Caloosahatchee River and Lake Counselor and Attorney at Law j'

Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and son, Billy here Monday en route to Belle Gladeo such as teaching, nursing, etc., The state Okeechobee canal project; modificationof Hopkins Building ti:

.a'] were visitors in Fort Myers Mon- \: attend 'the funeral services of Dr; merit! committee will rate all new applicants the existing projects at Charlotte Wednesdays and Saturdays !:,

day. Ardian Daane. as to past experience and ,edu- Harbor to provide a channel 30\ feet 9:80 to 4:00 .;

cation before permitting them to take deep and 300'feet wide. increased to -- -- ''

Mrs. W. E. Welles of Sanford spent Mrs. James E. Beardsley and Miss the written examination. Those' who 700 feet width at the bend, from the :

the week-end here visiting her daughter Dorothy Lockhart, who are studentsat 'arc eligible will be notified the exact Gulf of Mexico to South Boca J. M. BLOW

Miss ,Genevive Welles. summer session of the University of time and place of the examination. Grande; Sarasota Bay, a more pro-

returned tected channel seven feet deep and TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS
Florida at Gainesville, home

Miss Audey Wade, manager of the Friday evening to spend the holiday. I Pooles Receive Posts 100 feet wide east of picket in Jew- OF TITLE

Inn Beauty Shop, spent the weekendin week-end- fish Keys. An unsuccessful effort was HENDRY AND DADE COUNTIES

I West Palm Beach. \ At Capitol Seminary made to get Clearwater Harbor into 318-22 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Fla.

i the bill in the House, but another effort -
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker who spent
will be made before the Senate
Foster Meredith and Zerney Mere- the summer in Ojus have returned to

dith returned the latter part of the week Clcwiston- Mr. Baker is employed as Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole are leav- Committee.

from a stay of several days in Miami. machinist for the U. S. S. Corp.. and ing this week Washington, where \ HAY PEAS-CROTALARIA

Mrs. Baker will be a member of the they have accepted positions at National BOY SCOUT JAMBOREEFutureFarmers SPECTABILISAlso

Mrs George A- Yon of South Bay school faculty.; Park Seminary, Mr- Poole as busi- 'and Agricultural Students a full and complete line of

spent the week-end here with her brother ness manager nd Mrs. Poole as official Washington has been the host to the I all farm seeds. Write for our

John Kettl. Miss :Martha Nell Alston left Satur- hostess. The Seminary is located at Boy Scout Jamboree, one of the most special prices.

day for a visit with her grandmoher, Forest Glen, Maryland, a suburb of inspiring assemblages ever seen in CAIRO SEED WAREHOUSE

Miss Carlye Hendry of Jacksonvilleis Mrs. J. J- Albritton in Columbus Ga. Washington and has quite an extensive the Capitol City. The boys left here CAIRO, GEORGIA

visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Pre- She 'accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lawton plant. tired, as every minute of their time
Sims of Canal Point \vho also visiting
vatt. are The school has recently been pur- had been filled, but they reported

I relatives near Columbus.Mrs. chased by Roy Davis and an associate.Mr. a fine time- Our Scouts made up one I
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Sherwood Hall returned,. Saturdayfrom Davis, formerly U. S- Envoy to of the largest delegations and received rVr
F. Deane Duff spent a few days
a two weeks' visit with John Panama, is a brother of Mrs Poole. compliments upon their sanitary
the latter part of the week in Palm
,Poole in Palm Beach. Mr. Poole was connected ,with the condition and orderliness of their
Beach with her mother, Mrs. F. EdWard ai a, s
-- U., S. Engineer office here for several camps. In addition to sightseeing and
Bryant, while Mr- Duff made a
:Mfr and Mrs. J. M- Couse and daughter business trip to Tallahassee to attenda years and for a few months has been other official items on the program,

Jo Anne.(of Moore Haven visited superintendent of construction for the boys had a great time swapping
meeting of the Okeechobee Flood
b, friends here Sunday. Control Board. Smith and Yetter of Palm Beach. The alligators, horned toads, petrified
FA. wood rock, shark teeth arrowheads.
Pooles were very active in. Clewiston

j .:Miss Beth Nail, Miss Virginia Saxon -I community life and many friends here whips and many other articles were,
Mrs. I. M: Pafford and daughters,
Merrel Lowe and R. L. Coker motored will interested. to learn of their new daily exchanged.. Florida, alligators
Anne and Mary Kay, and MrsR.. N.
to Miami Sunday. location. were in great demand-
1' Smith and son, Bobbie, were visitorsin
'- In addition to the Scouts this week EMINOLEACKSONVILLE
Fort Myers Monday. Anne Pafford
Miss Mary Belle Warren of West temained Girls 28 agricultural students from Fort
for a week at a Junior Miner Wins Prize
Palm Beach spent several days in Clew- Meade and 36 Future Farmers of
Camp at Fort Myers Beach The campis
F iston visiting her sister Mrs: G ,W. ,America from Hernando and adjoining J
conducted under the direction of As Insurance SalesmanC. FL0R14r'0GARNETT
Simmons.Mr. I counties were here last week. The
the regional Christi Endeavor ANDREWS,Manager
Fort Meade boys were in charge of
and Mrs I. M. Pafford and ENJOV -SUMMER COMFORT at this
.Among those attending the showing E- Miner, local insurance agent, modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down
daughters spent the week-end in Palm in his office in the town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
of Anthony Adverse in Moore Haven is proudly displaying
Beach visiting Mr .and Mrs. Grover I shower, soft water, ceilms fan, radio, fitted(
Monday night were Mr- and Mrs-: B. J. Hopkins Buildnig, a floor lamp which j I'he summer door.Every Bed with innerspring
Poole. mattress and reading lamp Running ice
I Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner, received recently as a prize in a water on every floor.

t'( Miss Florine Moore.Mrs. J- W. Moore, hew agent's contest conducted by theN ?71tZ/UFwP/DA AIR CONDITIONED
Mrs. G. A. Yon of South Bay spent COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SHOP
II Mrs. Ezelle Mrs. M. E. Yena- ew York Life Insurance company.Mr. .
a few days the latter part of the week J.V. DINING AND MEETING ROOMS '
with hert brother John Kettl and other wine, Mrs. A- L. Hackett, Miss Fran- Miner sold more life insurance for I Rates-Single with Private Bath t
: that during than 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
friends, here. ces Morgan and George Bestor. company May any I 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms S3.50
-- I --- other new agent in the state. 10 Semple Room .[& Private Bath $400

Mr. and Mrs. RJ.. Lee went to D. O. Durrence of Fort Myers, Aubrey IiQ If] Slight mutate 'o' double occosjncyOiv

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I 8 POUND Hoi.li
Lakeland Sunday for Skippy Cothern : Durrence of New York, Mr. and GliJ HOTEL PATTEN 'Q HOTEL DCSOIOS
,Mrs. Lucius Woodcock and Mrs. Leona -l\iews--- "W 0._,..T._ S,.."'..',0.
who has been visiting his grandmother :. Washington ... :--:; r _-+ ,;:- ,:-....."!
Mrs. Cora Cothern.Mr. ,Durrence of Glenville, Georgia, were [
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- (Continued!'from page 1) RilWII


and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and ba : rence Wednesday.MRS. cd in Plant City, Palmetto and Fort ............................;................................... ..........Na1. ... .It!.. .
by son have gone to Columbus, Mississippi -
Meade. Some of these items have
HALL HOSTESS AT
for a visit with Mr. Prewitt'srelatives.
WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB been approved and some are in the Qi1 SJ IiJUil
Good Fal.lll
,A- process of approval.

Mrs. HR Hall hostess the W. P. A.Certain funds arc ear-
was to
-V_: Mrs. O. A. Jones and daughter, Mar- '
Wednesday Bridge Club at her home marked for schools where elections
ianne, have returned from a visit in Land-
this week.A have been held. well other
as as spe-
Miami Mr- Jones drove down for them .
over the weekend.Mrs. chromium tray was presented to cified types of projeets. This column 1141::

Mrs. T. B. Shelley for high score will carry details in a later i issue when for Rent: :

prize ; Mrs. Leslie Miller received a the P- W. A. make its new rules.,
J. W. Moore and daughters,
Wall flower pot as consolation prize FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT
Misses Carrie Louise and Mary, R. N. Stop at the
and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine a luncheon President has instructed departmentsto
Smith and son, Bobby, made a business I
cloth for cut prize. Miss Kathryn Carter work out a cut of ten percent jiotel Patricia - trip Friday to Fort Myers.Mr .
was given 'a handkerchief for guest Appropriations already have been reduced -

I prize. in many instances. Goversment
and Mrs. Carl E. Berner and
Others playing were Mrs. J. ARum- departments in Washington and in 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
children, Carleen and Bobby, left Saturday TrespassersWill
bley of Okeechobee, Mrs W. H. Lanier, the field are cutting off large num- u
l morning for a trip to visit rela-
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. Ivcy Paf- bers. This reduction in forces i is ,caus- Outside Rooms With Be
tives at various points in Georgia- -
ford. ing many formerly employed gov- Private Hath ,

ernmnet service 'to seek employment ProsecutedClewiston
Miss Elizabeth Terrell of Fort My- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
LADIES AID BENEFITAT elsewhere. person coming to Wash-
ers was in Clewiston Thursday on
business connected with the 'district INN NEXT FRIDAY ( ington seeking employment is disap- Overlooking Biscayne Day

welfare office.Elizabeth ; pointed after making the rounds, as -
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
The Ladies Aid Society will sponsora it is difficult for them at long distance i

Winn is spending this benefit party at the Clewiston Inn to realize the situation. The established ,Business Section.

week at a Junior Girls Camp on Fort next Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. agencies are all under civil

-. Myers Beach James Winn accompanied In addition to bridge, monopoly and service and any vacancies occurringare \, RATES

'. her to Fort Myers on Monday. I other games will be played. Admissionwill iflled through civil service ap $1.50 Single And
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I be thirty-five cents, and play will pointment. In order to keep the pub- Realty

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Meyers, Miss start at '3 o'clock.J. lic posted as to pending examinations, $2.50 Double
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I 'Lena and Johnnie Meyers returned we will each week list new civil ser- DevelopmentCorporation

I Wednesday to their home in Sour Lake, F. CROSS TO BE HOST TO vice examinations. Pending examin- Special Family, Weekly &

I Texas; after a ten days visit with Mr. CATTLEMEN OF SECTIONBeef ations at present arc as follows : 'Sen- Monthly RatesS.

r and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken. Henry Meyers ior cabinetmaker, senior carpenter, D. McCREARY, Proprietor

who accompanied them on their cattlemen of Glades and Hendry senior electrician, senior painter, chiefof

visit here, left for New-Orleans. counties are being invited to attend a probation and parole service, sup- I ., ,.'N:..:'.H:H'N, :..:..:+:--1."':":":.":":":":":..:''''

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:.' W.HI T, ,.walking down a .

crowdedI) city street, the
BE"AUTytS DAUGHTER other day, "

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.,..' .', ... I. . ,;. 'j ; : O.Kathleen" Norrla I'd be happy as a clam,
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Could never mix wit' nuttin"dat

: s- was ugly, mean or bad,
: '. ,' SYNOPSIS ., enedln"the. morning-"unless some- I In ,the morning after' she and' rust the'same I'll bet you some: Oh, lots of times I t'ink how

I!1." 1 .' .' =-:--! --1 .. .,.. ... > body'd bang'me, just the simplest Quentin had shared their early thing. Vic, that he finds 'out tomorrow -I nice ''twould bejjee whiz,
:'. Victoria Herrendeen, a vivacious little breakfastV'-Tbuf Vicky was not sofortunate1. breakfast, and after the usual visitto who she ''IS.." If a feller waS de feller dat his,

; girl had been too:young to ,feel the shock She lay awake most 'of the kitchen 'and 'to they surgingand "Mother. 'you're incorrigible!" I mudder t'inks 'he 'is."

:'' that came when her father. Keith Herren- the night ''trying ,to fit her mother shouting Victoria -Will S. Adkin.
nursery
They were at: home yawningly
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lphUe.furjotjVjiffvesoul ,
los A ;
fortune.
deen.; ,1)1sj into'her completely changed life, somewhat ..' ,'! \ ..
ii' be Is now employed as an obscure so : wearily prepared: ..a,tray, dragging themselves up the long

../ chemist In San Francisco. His wife. Magda. wondering.what,.would happen now, not forgetting the continental touch; .stairs. "I'll bet 'you a., chocolatebar .' .. : ,,' .'- .

;: cannot adjust herself to the change. and She disturbed 'by a hundred? vague, ,impressions of ,a.pit h.er.of, hot milk, .and adding 'that he -never mentions i her .. 'I .. r .. .
Is a beautifuliwoman.fond* of pleasure, .. .. .
<:: a magnet for men's attention. Magda and and. fears of she knew a tiny clear greep..glass vase in again!" Lace
fi'Y'f'. Victoria have been down at a summer resort not what. Her poor faded' mother, which sprawled three stiff brilliant : Spread That
:,.. and Keith joins them for the week-end. 'so' gallant in"the laces and 'frills. nasturtiums. Mrs: ''Herrendeen was They1 were"n the house the following 'Reflects- Good 'Taste

P.t; leaves for bridge party,_excusing afternoon 'when Quentin : ; ..
.' Magda I the'outworn, badly 'worn finery! awake when: her daughter ,came, in.
herself for being suctf' a "runaway. The came in to smile wearily at Kenty
There was no' alternative; Mother "Oh; you darling.child, with allyouhave
Francisco and '''Susan, '''who were cavorting When you dress up your''bed for
: must he made a guest of honor in ,to do-and the newspaper,,
about in to discussthe seek distinctionthe
;; Magda's mad social life and they quarrel this, already ,crowded. house .for as tod-but I .shall' miss my Paris japer pajamas, and company you -
frequently. Magda receives flowers and a products ,of the Argentine 'with purpose of this. lacy spread.
she chose to, But these Am'erican'papers
stay.
t diamond' from :Ferdy, Manners._.a, wealthy long as ; never' Gwen, Magda was playing solitaire A true. reflection:. of your own
tonight's glimpse of her had: have in them tt. .
;' man from Argentina whom she had met less even anything : by the 'fire. good taste is this stunning 6
t c than a week before Manners arrives a few 'made Vicky feel upset and unsure ''"Did you ;sleep,"Mummy?".., Vic work open- "
f. hours later. Magda takes Victoria to Nevada. of 'herself.: '- I : asked with her'kiss "Oh, listen, Vic, remember the design, one easily achieved' 'C
y to visit a woman friend who has a daughter I blonde Venus in the box last night?" by crocheting. simple, single me-
'"If I had" character I wouldn'tdo "I slept divinely always sleep
named Catherine. There she tells her she any dallions of''strin'g.. A stunning
: Is going to.get a divorce vViptorja soon is in this!'*." she 'reproached 'herEelf."Things.ahvays.'look divinely,". \the other \ woman answered Quentin presently asked Magda

fi'r''< boarding school' vrtth her friend Catherine. different in ,the Viler cheerful voice and looked up and Vicky turned ,with a iri.-i' -.; :;' :: "" 'lif..i
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Manners and, they spend little color'in.her face'from.a minute .. .'..(01"4 .'. lWI !(, G n.rl"
Magda marries, wItness ;
freshened face it.
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.
bad it bearing to a.. .
.
two In Victoria has, stud morning; nothing is as, as ;- .( .( ; '..; ;,. ;::>> '-,
Argentina. :
k; led in years Europe and at eighteen she visits her seems at night!" "I meant to lie awake," she wenton inspection ,of ,Susan reputedly I : :. ; Jl.h:.c.
'beautiful home: I I ; her "and burned finger. "She's an English .!. 1; :!=;4't. .!',.;: )" ,., k4
rentS beginning ;
mother when Ferdy 'a She .really knew very little of breakfast, or' "' ..'!.. .,'.. .' ... .qJl0 .
Mrs. Harrison Robinson ;;
Magda is unhappy over Ferdy's drinking Ue'had think"what a' sm'iri''child'-I 'have; Morrison or .''' O :, .""! ";(..
what her mother's been in .' '' HIe': .. ( .
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her entin'said. : :
and attentions to other women When or something, Q : ; rU' :
i- mother an'd'stepfa return to South America the last ten 'or eleven years: Vic: .and. what a lovely home,this,is. )...t1; .'. !.rl ;. ,;
Victoria refuses to go with them be. toria 'had been too much absorbed (Quentin; liked' 'h r1.1h t 'was a "I telephoned Joe Younger today- 'i f ..; \1 / ':@'::: :.

cause of Ferdy's unwelcome attentions to think great help. Magda had still the I wanted to 'ask 'him something '; : g:tl, :() ;:J
in her own affairs to much of secret I .
:i.. __her. Magda returns and tells Vic she and about the golf club anyway. Her .. .J ?. ''i ... }t! .y
Keith her mother's, and Mrs. Herrendeenhad of pleasing _and ,interestingmen {5. j
Ferdy have separated Meanwhile husband is an English officer. attached :..;;... I7.l.l ::

has remarried. Victoria is 'now a student not written very often. In the whatever" 'it was. Faded" to the foreign office or something ..:i. 4", _'Y'I/III'.'(......i\., ;:.:, ., ..._:;!,.,
nurse. Magda: has' fallen In Iovevlth Lu beginning Vic remembered there fussily dressed, affected and 'artificial L ..' :':. ..... <: .
a ih'd.
cius Farmer. married.artist. While she '. "':"': they left today for China. I .,... ..... ...,,",,' ..-.tj"Ii ..... .
,. 'A '
I
had been yetthere' was something land ;,.
a long, rious"'explana- re I '" .
He fell' a' half-smile ." .
and Vic prepare for a trip to Europe Ferdy musing, on 'cr. '! ...Yu "4.f e-.'
takes'a suite"In"'their'hotel.The night 'be; affectionate' and clinging in' her his face. "That, was certainly one ..:: .:"& .. ....: .).

fore Magda and Vic are, to sail. :Magda f 'nature .that all males liked.. ,Abouta beautiful woman!" he said. f d.l. a.! ::":,,

' elopes with Lucius' Farmer While nursing ; week.after. b.rettrl1 Quentin I J;ii- : 1
the children of Dr and Mrs. Keats. Vic his ,? .* II
brilliant electrified. ., wife by suggesting "' !
;' meets Dr.' Quentiri Hardlsty.! "If you 'want to hold'a man like ,
that make up"a : : ,:;
they party forthe -
physician much sought after by women; to-well flirt "' ,
rrl Quentin ought ,
you
who is a widower with a crippled daughter first'nighf' th'e'opeia. "'Stern:'had withhim!" Magda said.,. : f.. '.::: :v.A-of.,'.,' :.;..:....;,-=...;;:;,';.Zf..-.'. -.7 gM'1. .:
.
A In a tete-a-tete at the Keats home he kisses sent him a box; Stern was on'the !l ; ;' --:::: ..:. p .
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Victoria laughed. .
Via Several days later he invites her with _
committee,.. be, '-- ..tl : -, :.P.tj
"might rather .: ;. .
.
.
.
.
other week-end at his : .. .
guests to spend a I Icabin. J .19 ) .
husband? >
"Flirt with
.,my own. ... .... .. .. ..
.'Vic,is enchanted,with.J.b.ecabD..and! fun. .Quentin, who: ; never,. wantedto I ;.yr.O ; t
like that. Not flirt'
with the dinner; Next morning she and ,go anywhere: !. .. ? "Something ..' Pattern 1443
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and return The: exactly but-interest him, Magda
Quentin go hiking ravenous. I ,
"Fun! Vicky echoed excited and
party Is ,disrupted SUnday' afternoon by 'the' : said! a little_ at a loss for the exactwords dresser or;'table'' scarf or :
interested. It'would 1je' the time of i ; per
arrival of Marian-Pool a divorced woman.
Vic jealous of Mrs. Pool 'and 'a few days all times to' return,.the Perrys hospitality she' wanted. "Keep him busy: i chance a cloth could also be ''your.

.,'. later tells Mrs. Keats she is going'to Hono. i ; and for ,a"sixth they might I Unless a man is kept busy. he gets I choice. It may be done in one or
lulu. In his office Quentin questions Vic into 'mischief especially a sheik
_
" : a combination of colors. Pattern
ask ,old ,musical Dr. rWard.. I
i' about leaving. He proposes to her.. She' nice, like Quentmr. with' a voice all, the 1443': contains detailed' :directions

accepts him,and they are married. Vic and .. ,.. J. ". '.._ ;' .._,,.' ..,_ for.' '
women, fall for making the' Mf! %ch' medal-
r Quentin are Idyllicly happy in their home. .
f
.
.
ii-: During six years Victoria has four children. '' CHAPTER VII ... "I don't know that all the women lion shown and joiningit' for a ,

,:-- '- fall for his voice," Vicky said,"un- variety of articles;' illustration

f(, I It..was. at the,.opera,that, they first;: alarmed. "And as for keeping him of" it-and 'of 'all ,stitches: used;
CHAPTER
VI-Continued
ri-: 10 saw Serena Morrison.; 'busy;'T:'don't" k 1cv'vhat would keep, material: requirements; color! ; sug
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Not that Vicky or in her' "
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anyone '
man busy if an exacting 'profession gestions. .
a
,
f-i About an:hour later, :when party l neighborhood knew who the woman I
'five' children', four servants, a Send 15 cents in stamps or PI
; of six had
just harmonIously'settled
was, at first. With four men, she'' coins
wife and a' mother'don't! (coins preferred) for this

t'';:. was down an to' interruption.Sunday's' cold It supper began there with was sitting' '' in the' ?;forward seat'of'' "Oh,.Lord, not-'that kind of busy!" I pattern' 'td' "The "S wing! Circle
an in'"a '
a box; ashen blonde black.velvet ; Needlecraft -Dept., 82: Eighth
c l a ring at the doorbell, but that was with Magda scoffed.: "I don't.meanworrying ,' '
petalsmooth.bare''shoulder
gown, about. the furnace,,or, if the Ave.; New York; N/Y; -
,,
f';::: nothing in a doctor's household; nor s'aid" !S' firiber : .
oeep Please write ad-
f' was Meta's appearance a moment new electric light bulbs came., And. your name
shadowed eyes. Everyone in the; dress and pattern number plainly.
curvature of the spine
I don't ,
?: later, What was unusual was the mean
' house was looking at her when the'curtain"went .. ...
A have
appearance of the woman who followed either. man's got to some '-
'
ii Meta the'sound'of'her voice. } down and the' lights' play, Vic.: The sensible thing for a ",' Sfafionary Sun '
. ;. ., went-upj; but'if'she' was conscious of, do '
is all,
woman like you to cut out When that ,the has"
( For. a moment Vic didn't, know the,admiration andcilriosityshe..ex- we say sun ,

,. the 'voice at all, or the little tinkle "Mother!" She Said. '. cited she gave no,.sign of ,it. 'this nursery stuff; have a hair-do set we use a term which is quite
. 'every week get a.. new: lipstick and incorrect. The does not riseor
of the in sun
high laughter or
person tion "That's.Joe that
certainly not a confession but Younger- stout lie
i the, lace-edged hat and frilly silk 'fellow said .some "'peau de jeunesse' and set, for as far as the earth is'concerned
there, at.least ;fia'd: been,along explanatory with her, Quentin laying '
3, : around, in the mornings, reading' it remains sta i l ljr..
coat frilly blouse frilly sweeping or
l letter and down his glasses after"'a frank
gay confident,
,
'
skirts who stood there. Then the unashamed, .".unapologetic. Magdaand inspection.: "By gosh, 'she is beautiful ,fashion; magazines, I The 'suri appears'h' the"morning"and
: "I don't know where you'd be to- di appears at night because
, whole world turned upside down and her Lucius" hadbeen, in'' a lov- "' !"- ,,1' ... I
; she got to her feet and tried to day you'd clit'out'all this nursery the earth revolveson' its own
ers' paradise in Tahiti then and "Oh '
Quent1, 'you know'! him!W
than axis this revolution
speak but couldn't hear her own stuff! Vicky wanted more and daily ex-
their escapade had seemed to them said forwardin
Vicky eagerly leaning
,
'to good-naturedly. But she to the sun for that,period
voice and tried again with better their ''happi- once say' poses.us
justified by complete
her old chocolate lace to have
i luck. ness..J" '_ never ? which we,,call .a day, : .
% another look!* "Couldn't you. slip : did.TO..BE CONTINUED) "
"Mother! she said. .
.
\
After ayear of'that1;they had trav- over and''meet; her?"- -.; : *' ,
t- "My dear the l'ba penny checks
proverbial -
, eled, first to South America, and "No, time now,-I will in the nextentr'acte
Mrs. Herrendeen laughed, then to. :Europe, and.' finally had !P" .Quentin whispered as Fire, Air, Earth Water, LLL MALARIAin
coming in to sit down at the chair
found themselves "divinely placed"in the house lights fanned down and the Elements' of Climate three days'uuu
Quentin providedand about ; .
looking
'
tiny' German town 'with the "B'ut
some went
'up. before
the circle gayly. "Well you're hav- footlights' Aristotle, one of the wisest men' COLDS
Rosa taking care,of them.: "It costs the next' act there the familiar ;
was '
mat
who lived believed that .
ing she said. She ever "
a party 1. was 'fust da>
LIQUID..
us exactly nothing, Magda had in the I back of, the box. TABLETS :
introduced, all the voices spoke to- whisper : ter was1' made 'up 'of four elementsfire SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 nunutes.Try .,
gether cordially. written ,her daughter, "and that', is Vicky had resignedly, expected. it; it air, earth and water. These
.
the main,consideration with beg-- always came somehow when they "Rub-My.Tism'-World'5 Best Liniment .
the
four entities no longer are exclusive (t
"Vic looks astonished and well <
gars like ourselves! Lucius can paint were: daring enough, to go to the ment ,, matter.. Theyare
she may! the ,newcomer said be- to his heart's content: ,' and ,rean' at theater. however cornp ; the elements.o of. cli-
,
ginning daintily' on 'her meal. "No, Worms expelled promptly from the human
last catch and '
up :on 'some ,reading "Dr.: Hard/sty"theJwhisper/ saidin Beckin
mate, writes Dr. Thomas M.. system with Dr.'Pe ry'3 Vermifuge "Dead
no wine Quentin, she said easily on with French "-which' thesehectic "' does the trick 50c.
go my the"dark. 'The hospital on the the Chicago Tribune.By Shot. One single dose .
to the son-in-law. had met only a ye'arshave sadly interrupted. ..' All Druggists.:: -
telephone 'D ctor. 'Dr. Bruce. 'He '
moment earlier.' "I'll have coffee. ; fire .s meant the sun, of D rPeer isa
Paris is.near. enough for an occasional said' it was urgent.", '
Would I be a horrible pest if I asked course. Without the sun the earth

for hot milk-I've had my coffee spree. And then' Quentin was 'groping in would have no climate or life. 'Everything J ,. 'f 'f rtl1I
That had been the last heard.from : the gloom for his hat and coat, and the of the
for so long with hot milk that I, including gases
can't seem to get used to it any Rothenberg. Just *why or how ,this ,off, in full evening regalia for? some atmosphere, would be frozen .into : f Vermifuee

other way!1" ideal arrangement: had terminated hot, odorous surgery, with the val- 1 a., lifeless, motionless, solid mass. :' Wrists Pill Co. 100 Gold'Street. N. Y. City

She loosened the frilled coat; Vic: Victoria'never had known. But hermother's kyries' wild scream'interrupted half The sun is continually giving off'

toria noticed with a disturbed heart. next letter had been from way. It was"'too bad, but it wasn't a tremendous amount of energy, of '28-37

that her'mother,. under the first impression Biarritz, and'not nrthat nor in any the first' time' and, wouldn't be the "which the 'earth receives ''roughly WNU=7

of fussiness of frippery in subsequent letter had she ever mentioned last, Vicky reminded ,her ,mother two-billionths.' Yet in spite 'of this
:, .
.
her clothes- also gave a distinct effect Lucius Farmer,. again. She philosophically when they,were in dilution the ,amount of' solar energy

of shabbiness.The had usually. been with "delightful the ,car going, home.: ,, .,' received ,when the sun is directly

friends," or she had a "tiny diggins"in "And lucky,for, you. top."!!" Magda, overhead amounts to about a dozen
group broke up early; they Paris, 'in Florence, in Monte Car 'responded. : ." calories a minute for every square

were all tired, and Magda especially. lo. And always the cramped note "Lucky?" inch exposed. This rate of heating Don't Neglect Them I ,

so. She took possession of Victoria'sone of money shortage had been, there. "Well he' was perfectly mad is sufficient to'melt' a one-inch layer", Nature designed the kidneys' to do tt

small''spare room gayly ob-. Once she had been "selling darling about, that blonde woman, whoever of ice in less than two hours if marvelous lowing blood job stream Their free task of is an to excess keep the of

serving that she did not mind it at 'Sibyl Hudderstone's 'divine' things=: she was. He wasgoing over to that completely absorbed.If toxic impurities. The act of living-liitstlf /,
all her trunks often had is constantly producing waste
; to stand giving them away, ..ratherI"andonce box just toJIl.eet.herr, l iBut I ,.thoughtyou the earth were a one-sided disk matter the kidneys must remove from

out in the flat hall.and Victoria, suddenly she apparently had had some. handled that- -very. .cutely. ,,Vic, ," perpendicular ,to the suns.: rays ev- the When blood the if kidneys good health fail to Is function to'endure.as
feeling discouraged and r -
sort of agency for powders and per- Magda said. ery part of it always would be' Nature intended, there Is retention of
that the long day 'had been too fumes; "because one must makeone's "Handled"what"Vicky was waste that may.cause body-wide dj-
: genuinely exposed to sunlight of this intensity.
tress. One may suffer nagging backache
much for her and that it .
was a poor- Jittle 40 percent if one 'amazed. :' There would be no climatic differences persistent headache attacks of dizziness, J'" ;

formidable busy husband thing to houseful be 'managing of a can," she had explained. "Oh, saying she was lovely,'and' I for everything would be heat under getting the up eyes nights-feel swelling tired nervous, puffiness all .;:tI''

a chil- The last letters'had, 'quite frankly you'd like .to'know who she was. I ed to the same temperature, which. .worn out '
dren, five. servants and to be fac- Frequent, scanty'or burning passages
besides asked for financial help; Vicky was That.was .smart, Vic.", ,' ,. i would be somewhat above that of may be further evidence of kidney or
the
ing prospect of illness married >now, and,.if she could help "There was nothing smart to boiling ,water. The fact that the bladder disturbance.The .

and herself fresh with responsibility' satisfied her Mummy; ; just ,a. Jittle it would that!" 'Vicky laughed,' in* 'generous' .. earth is almost spherical. in shape .Is s diuretic recognized medicine And to proper help the treatment kidnpya

only 'afew weary moments be such a godsend. "For we don't' amusement: But' she feltjiJst. a' tempers such: heat. At any given get nd of excess poisonous. body wsste.
of conversation with her Use Doan'i Pillt. They have had more
count ,money here. as. you .do,' darling -' little chilled; 'neverth l ss. "A bleak I instant the sun is directly overheadat than forty years of public approval. Are'' -
mother, as the latter prepared herself ," Magda had reminded her breath of, wind..from' an'almost-for-' only:,one spoton the globe, 'that endorsed',the country over. Insist on"Doen'a.
-r for bed. : ; Sold at all drug stores.
- .' r- daughter. ,"What you spend on those gotten country"seemed,to..touch hen, closest tof.the ,sun, and ,half of the

Mrs. Herrendeen assured her frightful ice-cream sodas and on cheek. "Quentin admires beauty," earth's surface is completely shielded

daughter that she would be asleep movies would take care of a whole she presently said. "But that's as from the direct effects of solar

in ten minutes and must be awak family here. far as it goes." radiation.







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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1937 .
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A Murderer at Heart j 1
I IJ' Others' Troubles An impulsive man'swears when \fj
he gets mad; many a self-con :'i
ii& SECTION W E REALLY know so littleof trolled one holds his tongue and I t ::;,
' OUR COMIC the personal troubles- i commits'murder in his heart. '>1
or the personal joys even-of l People who raise their children ;i
those who are nearest to in to '
I us "express their personality" on .,,,
I life. And what we call ill-tem- all occasions are likely to be a
per may really be due to some- nuisance and so are their children. f'i
I thing that would surprise us if Married couples who don't expect lw'
we but knew. But one point is too much of I
certain: The cheapest thing in themselves a great marriage deal of, save r:
pain.
;, 0 I SNOOPIE 10I the world is hate; and it is the 1 i
most devastating. And the only Legislatures were always making f flaws
to
antidote is love. compel, things to be thatcouldn't 1
; but they ,never passed j!, "
i one demanding that the lions lie : "
Look Within down ..'
= with the lambs. ,
i i When your children wish you to V : .
I Within is the fountain of associate with them in their play, V ;i.':
I i! / good, and it will ever bubble up don't hold back. ;
if thou wilt ever dig.lln.c.ktJIzil. We never,, resented a public stat- \
ue. When general opinion goes I .
Irll that far it seldom makes a ,mis-' ".
'fQ / Ir I I III take. ;'

,l' I It Really Living {j'1
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I If one enjoys his vocation, he ''
;
t t. l has,got about the best thing there f
I i iI iI is in life; and it lasts. '
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I II mp Good manners can be learned (
I II after one has passed twenty, but
)
I! it is much easier before.
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l I I II IIF III \\ Not to Say ImpudentOne Children in the old days "liked"I 1 I;
''i tfI may not want a man to to eat at the second table. I
\ "look you straight in the eye." was no prim restraint on them.
I I Those pin-you-fast looks are some-

times People impertinent.seldom credit a man's' FOR BURNS j

Z. vice.If virtues. as long as he has a single MOROLuESHOW I; ji i

we have any judgment, we all WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
want culture; and the gate to it is

never closed. Ask''' For
There might be a certain spirit-
ual uplift in admiring another BLUE STEELOVERALLS
I man as much as his dog admires
I
him.No
one really wants leisure; he
"Big and Strong"Hot
only desires time enough to do the
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Beware of Biliousness !


HERS A CAR 16- -CAR 'Ife- 812, Have you ever noticed that In These are, some of the more
CALL PER TWO AND FROV/ ] GREEN -v/A CANT very hot weather your organs of common symptoms or warnings of
US. SERISEAIsf STBOYS LOT BOYS BLIILPft4& digestion and elimination seem to biliousness or so-called "torpid
FIIJNCy PLAYING BALL become torpid or lazy? Your food liver," so prevalent in hot climates.
f B Bi Bt IH ON HIGHWAY- BON FIREWONDER sours. ,forms gas.'causes belching, Don't neglect them. Take Calo- .
: heartburn, and a feeling of rest- tabs, the improved calomel compound -
IN \ lessness and irritability. Perhapsyou tablets that give you the -
may have sick headache, effects of calomel and salts com-
i nausea and dizziness or blind bined. You will be delighted with
I lI N'IIl spells on suddenly rising. Your the prompt relief they afford.
j I : IjL'Vjl tongue may be coated your com- Trial package ten cents family _
N- plexion bilious and your bowel pkg. twenty-five cts. At drug ,
: actions sluggish or insufficient. stores. Adv.) "

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l Time Is Foolish As You Trust
What a foolish thing is time! Trust men, and they will be true '
i I : y. 3 And how foolish is man, who to you; treat them greatly, and I
would be as angry if time stoppedas they will show themselves great.R. .-

OF if it passed! W. Emerson.

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EIGHT THE CLKWISTON NEWS '-.,--
FRIDAY,
JULY 16, 1937

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Ezelles Building f (Continued from Page 4) 1 Lot 8 Block 361 .........1... O. C. Bryan ........................ 3.02
Lot 9 Block 361 ............ Robert Barnby ...-................ 3.02 ,
Lot 6 Block 162 ............ J. C. Windheim ................:. 3.021
Lot 10 Block 361 .......... Robert Barnby .--.................. 3.70
Addition To HomeJ. Lot 12 Block 162 .......... Ruth R. Beardsley............. 5.40 I Lot 16 Block 361 .....:.... J. 'C. O'Neal....................... 3.02
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Lot 15 Block 163 v .. E. L. Alston 21.55 Lots 23, 24 Block 361 Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 238.30
Block ............ Herbert Goldstein ................
Lot 5 .167 3.70 Lot 25 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins _....... 3.36 f"iL:
F. Tippcy, contractor, is constructing Lot 14 Block 167 ............ I Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 26 Block 361'.......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.36 : Q. ,
........ Nora Ott ....................,.... f
an addition to the J. W. Ezelle Lot 15 Block 147 : D. 3.70 Lot 27 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.36 ,
home which will add greatly to its Lot 16 Block 167 .......... Emory Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 28 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ......._ 3.36
The is Lot 17 Block 167 .......... Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 29 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
size and attractiveness. wing will on Lot 18 Block 167 .......... Pete M. Lanehart ................ 3.70 Lot 30 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
the south side of the house and Lot 19 Block 167 .......... Pete M. Lanehart ............:... '3.70 Lot 31 Block 361 .......... .. Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
contain a bedroom and ,bath, and a Lots 35 & 36 Block 167 T. B. Shelley..................... 41.10 Lot 32 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins.3.02

screened porch which opens on to the Lot 2 Block 168 ............. James Hartz ...................._... 3.70 Lot 11 Block 362 .......... ("K Rebecca Lutz ........................ 2.85
Lot 1 Block 169 .....:._... Rebecca Lutz .......:.................. 8.80
living room. Lot 12 Block 362 ..........., Ttebecca Lutz ........................ 2.85
In the remodelling the partition will Lot 3 Block 169 ............ Clew. Home Bldg Assoc. .... 29.20 Lot 20 Block 362 .........: Adolph Tishler ................... 3.70
Lot 8 Block 170 ._.......... \ .: Victor Baron ........................ 3.70 Lot 21 Block 362 .......... Adolph Tishler .................... 3.70
be removed between the present living ............ ............ ...
Lot 9 Block 170 Victor Baron ...... 3,70 Lot 28 Block 362 .......... Hattie S. Baker .............: ... 3.70
and so that the living room I 171 .......... Kemp ............ ......
room porch Lot 12 Block Leslie A. 5.06 Lot 29 Block 362 .......... Hattie S. Baker .................. 3.70N.
Svill be increased to nearly twice its i Lot 14 Block 171 .......... ; Jenie E. Barber .................... 5.06 Lot 30 Block 362 .......... B. O'Kelley .......... ......... 3.70
present size New floors will be laid I Lot 26 Block 171 .......... Rebecca Lutz ........................ 5.06 Lot 32 Block 362 .......... Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi .?......... 3.70A.

and dining rooms, Lot 10 Block 172 .......... Emanuel F. Selz .................. 4.04 Lot 12 Block 363 ...,...... M. Coleman .............:.....: 2.68
in the living room Lot 11 Block 172 .......;.. I Mrs.. J. E. Frederick ............ 4.38 Lot 14 Block 363 .......... W. R. Griffiths .................... 2.68A.
and many other mprovements will be Lot 21 Block 172 .......... F'. G. Hunt .......................... 4.04G. Lot 22 Block 363 ............ Toulis .............................. 19.00
made on the interior. Lot 1 Block 173 ._......:.. H. & Frances Small ........ 6.42D. Lot 24 Block 363 ,......... ', Mrs. E. A. Schult & Clew.. Co. 19.00

Lot 2 Block 173 ............ F. Woodward ................ 4.38L. Lot 24 Block 365 ........ Edward Boyer ...................... 2.85
Lot 21 Block '173 .......... _. M. Harding ...................... 5.40C. Lot 1 Block 367 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ..............._ 42.80
Lot 24 Block 173 .......... E. Shaw .......................... 6.25 Lot 2 Block 367 ............ -- Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 24,10
Circuit Judges Rule---- Lot 8 Block 175 ............ Joseph W. Smith ................ 3.02 Lot 3 Block 367 ............ <-J' Mrs. E. A. Schult ....:..........: 13.90
1 Block 176. ............ Conrad .................. :
Lot : Thorpe .1 4.55J. Lot 4 Block 367 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 13.90
One) Lot 2 Block 176 ............ \ : V. Shasfcy ................ :........: 3.70 Lot 5 Block 367 ............ John O.: Stendahl ................ 2.34
(Continued From Page Lot 4 Block 176 ............ ., '. Allan E. Heyson ...............:.. 3.70J. Lot 8 Block 367 ............ *... Clewiston Dry Goods Co. .... 2.34
fully examined- 6 Block 176 ............ Clinton Moorman .......... '
Lot .;. 3.70 Lot 9 Block 367 ............
O. M. Benson ........................ 2.34
raisedas 8 Block 176 ............ : Victor J, Robins Sr. ............
"The one and only question Lot :': 3.70 Lot 10 Block 367 .......... Emil Hunsbourg .................. 2.68E.
Block 176 .......... Mrs. E. A. Schult .............. .
above stated, having ;been previous- Lot 10 ; .. 3.70 Lot 13 Block 367 .......... W. Hathaway............:.... 2.68
Block 176 .......... Mrs. E. A. Schult ............... -
Lot 11 3.70 Lot 15 Block 367 .......... ,
supreme court adversely Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 53.00
hrdecided by our Lot 12 Block 176 .......... Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ '
'c- 3.70 Lot 16 Block 367 .......... ,Y Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 53.00
to the contention of complainant Lot 13 Block 176 .......... .'. Mary S., Cooper ......... ........... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 367 ........ Milan A. Farah .................... 2.68 .
the court is of the opinion that Lot 14 Block 176 ........:. Lucille A. Lewis ....:............... 3.70 Lot 20 Block 367 .......... ;:. : Frank E. Miller .................... 2.68 :J-'t'

the temporary injuncion should there- Lot 16 Block 176 .......... Ella M.: Johnston ................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 369 ............ J. .W. Troeger ...................... 29.20J.
be and the is hereby denied -. Lot 20 Block 176 ., ......._. Dora Gimple' ............................ 3.70 Lot 3 Block 369 ............ i W. Troeger ....................._ 29.20
fore
same Lot 21 Block 176.......... Gustav C. Vos ...................... 3.70 Lot 11 Block 369 .......... \ Mrs. J. W. Scott .................. 25.80
the complainant's bill is hereby Lot 22 Block 176 .......... Ruth R. Beardsley.............S 3.70D. Lot 13 Block 369 .......... ,.,; Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn..... 3.70
dismissed' and complainant allowed 15 Lot 23 Block 176 .......... .. J. Johnson ...................... 3.70A. Lot 14 Block 369 ...... .... .. Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...:.. 3.70
24 Block 176 .......... \ V. Bristow................
days within which to amend as he Lot ..... 4.55E. Lot 15 Block 369 .......... Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70
Lot 28 Block 176 .......... W. Hathaway............... 3.19
be advised-" Fort Myers News- Lot 16 Block 369 .......... Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70
i may 30 Block 176 .......... James F. Costello ........ ..
Lot .. .. 3.19 Lot .17 Block 369 .......... :' Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70L.
Press. Lot 32 Block 176 .......... :. ,''. Frank H. Roach .__.........._... 3.19 Lot 24 Block 369 .......... .- M. Harding ...................... 3.70

I Lot 36 Block 176 .......... Ruth R. Beardsley............. 3.70 Lot 25 Block 369 .......... Guy Pearl ....... ............_....... 3.70L.
Lot 6 Block 195 ............ Walter Jussell ...................... 3.70 Lot 26 Block 369 .......... M. Harding -.-.-..........,......... 3.70
Lot 10 Block 195 ...........- r Janet J. Stockbridge .""""..'". 3.70 Lot 33 Block 369 .......:.
John H. Spies ...................... 3.70
: Gideon Brown Provides I I Lot 23 Block 195 .......... Chas. W. Keenan. ................ 4.55 Lot' 34 Block 369 .......... Elmer G. Case .................... 3.70

i Lot 4 Block 196 ............,, Thomas B. Hall .................. 3.70 Lot 35 Block 369 .........: :: Elmer G., Case .................... 3.70
-- Lot 5 Block 196 ............ .'<: Blanche Dean ..................
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/ 3.70 Lot 14 Block 370 .......... :; J. C. Vickery ...................... 3.19J.
(Continued from page 1) Lot 6 Block 196 ............ Maurice E. Vaslow ..........:.. 3.70 Lot 15 Block 370 .......... I. t C. Vickery....................... 2.85
the Inn with a tin in hand and to Lot 7 Block 196 ............ Ella ..........
cup A. Nugent ............ 3.70 Lot 18 Block 370 .......... Bertha A. Taylor ................ 2.85
each person present repeat "I am a Lot 8 Block 196 ............ '.' Ella A. Nugent ...:......_......... 4.55 Lot 38 Block 370 .......... Ethel I. Button .................. 3.70
newly-married man and am starting Lot 20 Block 196 .......... .H. C. Kolstad ........................ 5.10 Lot 1 Block 371 ............ Mrs. T. B. Lord ...............'..... 2.85
Will Lot 4' 'Block 201 ............ Claflin Garst ........................ 3.70E. Lot 15 Block 372 .......... .,. Cornelius Bodine .................. 2.34 1
for
fund Junior. you give mea Lot 6 Block 201 ............ J. Malone .... ...........
>\ ........ 3.70H. Lot 10 Block 377 .......... Mrs., Frank C.. Deacon ........ 2.68R.
penny? The bailiff accompanied the Lot 7 Block 201 .......'..... R. Hopkinson ................ 3.70M. Lot 15 Block 377 .......... ; A. Lilley......................... 3.36
'defendant to see that the sentence was Lot 11 Block 201 .......... ,'. B. Rothrock .................... 3.70 Lot 21 Block 377 .......... ; .;. Unknown .............................. 8.80G.
executed, and Kiwanians peered Lot 20 Block 201 .......... :' .:- Mrs. L. K. Muir .................... 3.70 Lot 31 Block 377 .......... .. C. Voss ...../ ..................... 2.00
around every conceivable corner as Lot 34 Block 201 .......... ..,:.'. M. Koenigsburg _................... 3.02 Lot 32 Block 377 .......:.. r' Mrs. Mary E. Moon .._........: 2.00
Lot 1 Block 202 ...:........ George A. Heinz .................. 4.55 Let 33 Block 377 .......... Mrs. Mary E. Moon ............. 2.00A.
Brown solemnly made the rounds. Lot 4 Block 202 ............ Walter F. Carrie ................ 3.02 Lot 34 Block 377 .......... V. Bristow..................... 2.00
An additional fine was imposed of Lot 5 Block 202 ............ : Walter F. Carrie ................ 3.02 Lots 14, 15 Block 378 >.. Wilber Goff .......................... 17.30
one five-cent cigar for every member at Lot 10 Block 202 .......... 'Y'. .. Florence O'Meara .................. 3.70 Lot 17 Block 378 .........: .. Agnes Bitzer ........................ 7.10

the next meeting. Lot '11 Block 202 ...:...... Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 3.70 Lot 18 Block 378 .......... Mary Hayes Davis ................ 27.50B.
Lot 12 Block '202 .......... .' I Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 3.70 Lot 19 Block 378 .......... & B. Cash Grocery Store Co. 27.50

Incidentally, Mr. Brownwho prov Lot 13 Block 202 .......... .. : James J. Carroll ................ 3.70. Lot 20 Block 378 .......... Alston Drug Co. .................. 27.50
ed such a good sport at this week's Lot 1 Block 203 ........... 1 A. Reinert ........................:.. 7.10 Lot 2 Block 381 ............ Lillian Horowitz ................ 2.00

meeting, will probably provide a quite Lot 3 Block 203 ............ Dora Gimple ....................:... 4.55 Lot 4 Block 381 ............ .. Otto H. Schuler _................... 2.34S.

serious and worthwhile program next Lot 4 Block 203 ......v..... ''dI' ",. B. A. Doerk ................'........ 4.55 Lot 5 Block 381 ............ .."- 11. Paulson ...................... 2.34C.
Lot 6 Block 203 ........:... :' Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ........ 4.55F. Lot 10 Block 383 .......... t.ii. : E. Stedman ...................... 2.00 -
meeting, when he is expected to makea Lot 11 Block 203 .......... '.,. W. Iverson ................. .. ... 1
... 4.04 Lot 11 Block 383 .......... C. E. Stedman ...................... 2.00 ,
report of'the International convention Lot 12 Block 203 .......... :. :<" ;., : Helen A. Sadtler .................. 4.04 Lot 22 Block '383 ........... ._:;;.'>. D. R. McEeachren .............. 2.17D. c

: Lot 17 Block 203 .......... Crumbie Davis ........................ 4.89 Lot 23 Block 383 ....:..... .1'.''... R. McEeachren .............. 2.17
Lot 18 Block 203 .....:.... Julia Shaikey..................... 4.04 Lot 13 Block 385 ...:..... Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &

Lot 19 Block 203 .......... Mary King ............................ 4.04 .'. .f :.' Robert J. Olsen .................. 7.40
r ; Lot 20 Block 203 .......... Ella Kane ..............:................ 4.04 Lot 14 Block 385 .......... _.' Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
Peace Is Within Lot 22 Block 203 .......... Laura L. Logan ...........'......... 4.04 : Robert J. Olsen .................. 7.40
If we have not peace within our- Lot 1 Block 204 ............ Emily D. Rickmeyer .......... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 385 .......... 'i. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &

selves, it is in vain to seek it from Lot 2 Block 204 .....:...... I Emily D. Rickmeyer ............ 3.02 :. Robert J. Olsen .................. 7.40
outward sources Lot 4 Block 204 ............ '/. Mrs. H. A. Rosenthal.....:. 3.70 Lot 16 Block 385 .......... /) Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &

Lot 8 Block 204 ........... Emma E. Anderson ............ 5.40 .".;:.r;..rr Robert J. Olsen .................. 7.40
. Lot 13' Block 204 .......... .. Edwin G. \Boon .................. 3.70 Lot 17 Block 385 .......... .'f':/ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth. &

Lot 2'Block 207 ............ ". ''Y' .. Lillian H. Wright _.........__.._. 3.36 -'.'. .- Robert J. Olsen ..........:..... 21.00C.
.., NOTICE Lot 3 Block 207 ........J... .), Charles W. Wright ............ 3.36 Lots 1, 2 Block 389 .... ; { 1t.: E. Miner ........................... 11.90
Lot 4, Block 207 ........;... ''J.. Mrs. Minnie J. Starke ........ 3.36 Lot '2 Block 396 _........... ':.' Jessie Kinderling .................. 1.66

Notice is hereby given that the Boardof Lot 6 Block 207 ............ '\,. Helen M. Hathaway ............ 3.3.13 Lot 15 Block 403 .......... ,,\ W. E. Chenot ........................ 2.00
'Count '. Commissioners of Hendry Lot '7 Block 207 ............ '" George W. Garber _.........._.... 3.36 Lot 12 Block 405 .......... ', 'r..' John W. Meyers ...............:.. 3.70
County Florida} will meet with the As- Lot 13 Block 207 ........ ,:';;y Francis D. Nieman, Trustee 3.70 Lots 1, 2, 3 Block 407 .. '...,: -- Gulf Refining Co. ................ 51.30
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of Taxes, for said I Lot 19 Block 207 .......... :'' ) Amelia M. Hall ............__...... 3.02 Lot 11 Block 410 ........_. Anna M. Hopkins ................ 2.34
. sessor County at the Lot 20 Block 247 .......... ", James J. Carroll .................. 3.02 Lot 2 Block 411 ............ Anna M. Hopkins ................ 2.00L.
/ office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Lot 22 Block 207 .......... Marie Pavlik ...........'........... 3.02 Lot 6 Block .
' ? 411 ............ / L. Lynn ............................ 2.34
\ of said County, on the 3rd day of Aug- Lot 23 Block 20? .......... :. ,;. Marie Pavlik ........................ 4.38W. Lot 7 Block 411 ............ 'l;' : Anna M. Hopkins ................ 2.34

.' ust; 1937 at 10 o'clock a. m. for the Lot 3 Block 208 ............ ,,.." A. Isaacs ........................ 2.34 Lot 9 Block 411 ............ I George Wiebe ...................... 2.68
p. purpose of hearing complaints and receiving Lot 4 Block 208 ............ '.' >: W. A. Isaacs ................!....... 2.34 Lot 1 Block 412 ............ : Clewiston Laundry Co. .:...... 42.80A.

i testimony as to the value of Lot 5 Block 208 ............ ;i'::'' W. P; Didlake ...................... 2.34 Lot 11 Block 412 .......... '.:' .. J. Wilders ........................ 2.00A.
; any property ,real or personal, as fixed Lot 6 Block 208 ............ Y,: W. P. Didlake ...................... 2.34 Lot 12 Block 412 .......... .; J. Wilders ........................ 2.00J.
by the said County Assessor of Taxes Lot 7 Block 208 ............ Lawson Payne ...................... 2.34 Lots 15, 16 Block 412 .. :',. B. Seig er ....._.................. 22.40W.
, of the tax assessment roll of said Coun- Lot 8 Block 208 ............ .!ti' M. Huiue .............n................. 2.34 Lot 21 Block 412 ..........: 'c ;>. ," G. Ames .......................... 3.70 :
r. ty for the year 1937, of perfecting, reviewing Lot 9 Block 208 ............ ". J. W. Huiue .......................... 2.34 Lots 26, 27 Block 412 .. :; ".:.' Mabel Francis ,....................:. 3.70 I
and equalizing the assess- Lot 10 Block 208 .......... .: J. W. Huiue .......................... 2.34 Lots 1, 2 Block 414 ...... :" ,. Royal Lumber Co. .............. 30.90L. I

ment, and will continue in session for Lot 11 Block 208 ..-....... r,. John C. McCoy................... 2.34 Lot .40 Block 415 .......... M. Harding ...................... 2.34
.': that purpose from day to day for on'c Lot 21 Block 208 .......... ,-. Lewis F. Mor ........................ 2.34: Lot 1 Block 417 ............ .,. Charles O. Ostertag .............. 3.70 i
. week if Lot 22 Block 208 .......... Lewis F. Mor ......................:. 2.34 Lot 2 Block 417 ............ Charles 0. Ostertag ............ 3.02 I
' necessary, or as long as shall Lot 24 Block 208 .......... 'l;- .' H. F. 'Bycioft .._...................... .
' : I be i 3.02 Lot 21 Block 417 .......... ; : Ida L. Curtis .................:...... 3.02
f, This necessary.the Lot 25 Block 208 .......... Emma Willard ...................... 3.02 Lot 22 Block 417 .......... Ida L. Curtis ..............:'......... 3.02
,; : '. SEAL 6th day of July, A. D. 1937. Lot 26 Block 208 .......... ;; Emma Willard ............. ........ 3.02 Lot 19 Block 422 ........... ', ':* Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02 rr
r.. ( ) DAVE ALSTON, Lot 28 Block 208 .......... Miss Caroline Pavlik ............ 3.02 Lot 20 Block 422 .......... *:.. .". Hollis Lanier ...........1............ 3.02 it
: Chairman, Board of County Lot. 29 Block 208 .......... Miss Caroline Pavlik ...........: 3.02 Lot 21 Block 422 .......... Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02
'ri 'Commissioners, Hendry County Lot 27 Block 354 .......).. Mrs. H. S.' Sadtler '.............. 3.02 Lot 22 Block 422 ........,. .> Hollis Lanier ........:............... 3.02
'if.: Florida. Lot 28 Block 354 .......... Mrs. H. S. Sadtler .............. 3.02! Lot 23 Block 422 .......... .',. Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02

:' ATTEST Lot 29 Block 354 .......... Alice G. Rothrock ................ 3.02 Lot 24 Block 422 ....__.... Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02
; WILLIAM T. HULL. Lot 30 Block 354 .......... Mrs. H. S. Sadtler ................ 3.02 Lot 27 Block 422 .......... I Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02
,- Clerk. Lot 31 Block 354 .......... Mrs. H. S. Sadtler ................ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 422 .......... : Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.70
July 16, 23, 30, 1937. Lot 32 Block 354 .......... Jennie Barber ...................... 3.02J. Lot 1 Block 423 .....__..... Adolph Tishler ................_..... 3.70
Lot 33 Block 354 ........... K. Baker ........................... 44.50 Lot 23 Block 423 L : Fred A. Clelland .................... 3.02
Lot 1 Block 355 ............ John S. Banks ...................... 3.02 Lot 24 Block: 423 ...::..... "V Fred A. Clelland .................... 3.02
!NOTICE OF Lot 23 Block 355 .......... Olaf Olsen .............................. 3.02 Lot 27 Block 423 .......... n.- H. R. Hopkinson ..........__...._. 3.02
LANDOWNERS' ANNUJLIEE'rING:! OF Lot 25 Block 355 .......... Bernard R. Payne ......:........ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 423 ............, ': Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02
DRAINAGE OF CLEWISTON Lot 28 Block 355 .......... Mrs. H. J. Warner ................. 3.02) Lot 29 Block 423 :......... Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02
DISTRICT. Lot 25 Block 356 .......... H. Burk .................__............. 3.02 Lot 35 Block 446 .......... ; .' Jordan Eilers ........................ 3.70 S
Notice is hereby given that, ptki- Lot 26 Block 356 .......... H. Burk ................................ 3.02 Lot '36 Block 446 .......... '.' Jordan Eilers ...............J........ 4.55
suant to call of the Board of Supervisors Lot 28 Block 356 ..:....... Julia L. Sharkey................ 3.02T. Lot 13 Block 448 ...:..... Mamie H. Blacksmith .......... 2.85

s of Clewiston Drainage Dis-- Lot 30 Block 356 .......... P. Waddell .........._........... 3.02 Lot 10 Block 453 ..._...... Lilyan-S. Cook _..................... 3.70
trict, the annual meeting of the Lot 39 Block 356 .......... Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02 Lot 11 Block 453 .......... i Lilyan S. Cook ...................... 3.70 I
landowners of Clewiston Drainage Lot 40 Block 356 .......... Timer G. Case ...../................ 3.02 Lot 12 Block 453 .......... f Lilyan S. Cook ................:..... 3.70
District for the year 1937 will be Lot 41 Block 356 .......... Timer G. Case .............,........ 3.02 Lot 13 Block 453 .......... Lilyan S. Cook ...................... 3.70
, held at' the office of said District. Lot 9 Block 357 .....,....:. Alice A. Menge ..........:.-........ 3.02 Lot 14 Block 453 ..........,. Lilyan S. Cook ...................... 3.70
! in the City Hall Building at Clewis Lot 22' Block 357 .......... Helen S. Sadtler .................. 4.55 Lot 15 Block 453 .......... Lilyan S. Cook ...........:.......... 3.70
;. ton, Hendry County, Florida Lot 29 Block 357 ........? / nna M. Hopkins ............... 3.70 Lot[ 33 Block 453 .......... H. L. Gramstadt ...:.............. 3.70
on Lot 30 Block 357 .......... / M. ....._..........
; Tuesday, July 27, 1937 nna Hopkins 3.70 Lot 10 Block 495 ..........
at four Mrs. M. L. Porteus ................ 2.34
o'clock, Lot 3 Block 358 .....i...... O. H. Schuler' .................. ... 3.02 .
. P. M., Eastern Standard Lot 12 Block 495 .........: Ruth R. Beaidsley............... 8.80
.. Lot 4 Block 358 ............ .
Time Narjorie L. Durgin .............. 3.02
. for the purpose of: Lot 13 Block 495 .......... Ruth Beardsley ................ 8.80
Lot 4 Block 358 ............
1.. David R. Larson .................. 3.02
-Electing a Supervisor; Lots 15, 16 Block 358 Lot 14 Block 495 .......... Claude L. Becket: .................. 3.02
Mis. E. A. Schult ................ 25.80
2.-Receiving Annual Reportsand Lot 17 Block Lot[ 15 Block .495 .......... Annie L. Marshal............... 3.02
358 ........ Mrs.
E. A. Schult ................ 17.30
taking action with respect Lot 21 BIocK" 358 .......... Lot[ 16 Block 495 .......... Tillie Pavlik .......................... 2.34
Anna J. Kuhlmann .............. 3.70
thereto as the land Lot 22 Block 358 .......... Lot[ 9 Block 498 ............ Mary C. Sims ........................ 2.00 '
Anna J. Kuhlmann .........._... 3.87 .
owners may determine; and ''Lot 23 Block 358 ........,. Lot: 10 Block 498 ......... G. W. Fuquay....................... 2.00 \
IM.. Harding .............. ..... 4.55
3.-Transacting such other Lot 24 Block 358 .......... Anna J. Kuhlmann ............. 3.70 Lot: 15 Block 498 .......... Edith Taylor ........................ 2.00
business as may come\ before Lot 25 Block 358 ......... Lots: 24, 25 Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnell .............. 2.68
.. Edith A. Becker ................ 3.70
the meeting. Lot 29 Block 358 .......... 3.70 Lot: 2 Block 503 ............ Lulu C. Griffith .................... 1.15
Marjorie L. Durgin ............
'\ BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 0CLEWISTON Lot 34 Block 358 .......... (Yew Co. & Mrs A F Huffer 3.02 Lot: 7 Block 505 ............ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth ........ 1.15
DRAINAGE DISTRICT ? Lot: 14 Block 505 .......... .. 1.15
Mrs. E. C. Norton Dawson
Lot 43 Block 358 .......... Hilda Toenberg ......:*............. 3.02 .
Lot 7 Block 544 ............ Emory & Marie
By F. D. DUFF Lot 18 Block 360 .......... ,M. W. Young ........................ 3.02 Flickinger
President. Redelsbacher ...................... 1.45 !
Lot 19 Block 60 .......... M. W. Young ........................ 3.02
Dated, July 6, 1937. Lot 4 Block 361. ............ Lot 4 Block 550 .:.......... W. T. Frith .......................... 1.15 'i
Cora A.t Keller ...:.,.............. 3.02
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