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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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"OLUIE 13-XmI I EIt ;JO nf.i\viSTft\v, I.'L OItIDA. PKIDAY. JUNE 12. 1942 SUBSCRIPTION" S52.00 PER YEAR

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\ ;WILSON ANNOUNCES Kiwanis Speakers Stress YOUNG MEN 18-21 American Legion Is I I DEFENSE< COUNCIL TO '


Club's 1942 ObjectivesBeginning Invited To LaBelleOnly

SET-UP TO HANDLE WILL REGISTER AT HANDLE REGISTERINGFOR

a discussion of Ki- a handful of 'members, of

i. r CAMPAIGN FOR USO members wanis objectives of the local for this club year spoke, three on DRAFT OFFICE 30THThe Clewiston American Legion Post GASOLINE BOOKSR.

r No. 93'braved the torrents of rain
.j three phases of one of the three
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II : falling Tuesday afternoon to make
'
:', '. J. H. Wilson, Clewiston's' USO major objectives, Strengthening of new draft registration for the trip to, LaBelle for the regular Y. Patterson, chairman of the
chairman,, announced this week that I Democratic Institutions, at the
youths: between eighteen and twentyone monthly meeting. Hendry County
Defense Council
meeting of the Club at 1 1 ,
ttneInn
he is awaiting'only the receipt uf
I will be held on June 30 betweenthe Those who did take a chance was notified this week that the
Wednesday evening. .
certain supplies from national hours of seven a. m. and ninep. were gratified to learn that it had .county defense councils would be
W. Owen __
C. spoke on the need
headquarters before beginning the m., according to information not ?rained in LaBelle and Rt expected to handle the second
for of churches in their gaso-
drive for this city's USO quota of support from the local selective
service office Hugget's Corner, at the Chamberof line rationing registration and Mr.
spiritual aims, J. E. Beardsley on
$260. this week. Commerce picnic ground, they Patterson
is
of I now at work organiz-
1 the emphasizing character development
:Mr.' Wilson has appointed Hub in education and Dr. J.- This registration will includeall found a delicious supper of barbe ing, a set-up for this work when

I Spooner as campaign director, those men who were born on cued pork and ribs, swamp cab the registration dates are set.
: W. Ezelle on preservation of the
Keathley Bowden as publicity director or after January 1, 1922, and on bage, pickles, baked sweet pota Mr. Patterson states that he will
j home as a source of sound nationallife.
I i and' R. :M. Bishop as" treasurer I or' before June 30, 1924. toes and other delicacies awaiting call for volunteer workers to take

and has received assurance The registration will be con- them, provided by LaBelle)) mem care of this registration and those
Other phases of the will
program ducted here in the office of the bers. who
Selective are willing to help with the
organizetions be discussed at future meetings.
I : There was also a lengthy dis- service board and in La- Most 'of the meeting was taken work should communicate with him

:I I ,I I assist with the drive in every way cussion relative to use of the Belle at a location yet- to be an- up with the supper and no attemptwas at once. A simpler plan of regis

possible. cross-state canal for barge trans- nounced. made' to transact business.' 'I tration has been devised for this

,j The fund will be collected by I portation of oil and other commodities Eighteen-year old youths are not However there was held a general second rationing program and the

petition, one being circulated at I and necessary action which likely to be subject to induction ; discussion of the air raid warning registrants should 'have little difficulty -

i the Sugar Office, one at the Sugar would be necessary to focus more I immediately, according to infor- service and the part of the Legion with it.

I'i J House, one at the P. M. S., one at national attention on this 'waterway., ''mation from Washington, but will could and should take In making The tentative plan calls for six

I Riddle Field, one at the U. S. The matter was referred to the form a reserve and be subject 10 this service more effective. There days for the registration, these

Engineer Office, one, for the busine Public Affairs Committee'. call sometime later. was no direct, action. dates to be announced later but

i I '" s district and one for the residential i- The local office sent, on June :3, probably the latter part of this

eight colored boys to Camp Bland- month.
district. Books, presumably similarto
; 3Vhile the quota is only, $260 I I Eight Inches Of ing for induction. Six of these 219 Garments Leave sugar books, will be issued !in

Mr. Wilson is' hoping to raise much I were transfers to the local board two series only, A books .for cars

more than this for all over that Rainfall Recorded I and five of them were 'accepted.Of Clewiston Friday In and D books for motorcycles. Application -

amount ''be the two local ,boys sent only one forms will be handed
may retained by the local to
chapter to finance such expensesas Here During WeekMore l was accepted. There were several Red Cross ShipmentA all other drivers who feel that

'may be incurred in feeding passing others called but one was delinquentand I they need more gasoline than is

I troops or in furnishing entertainment four others, had their induction given them by A books and these
t than eight inches of rain- postponed. shipment of 219 garments left
i and recreation to visit- are made out by them at home
ing service men. fall have been recorded in Clewis- James West was the local colored. Clewiston Friday for National RP d and mailed to the rationing board

I ton at the Townsite station of the youth accepted for service. Cross warehouses' and is part of where their petition will be acted
Much local interest has been ,expressed United States Sugar Corporation I
.
: in the drive and the fol for the week ending Wednesday the 3000 garments which have been ;upon. The registrar's responsibil-

:lowing ladies and the organizations morning and several showers since made by volunteer workers in Clew ity ends with the issuance of the

I ":they'tasted represent Mr. have already con- that time have probably increased QUOTA, IS SET FOR iston for war relief purposes since' application.The O. P.. A. plans to hold schools,

Wilson and promised the fall for the ten-day period to the organization of the productionroom of, instruction for registrars
every assistance. ,Mrs. W. H. near ten inches. It has been one priorto
L'anier:!' president of the GardenCl of the longest periods of rain seen SALVAGE PROGRAM in January, 1940. the registration and it is imperative .

bIrs.; :: W. C. Owen, presidentof here in many years. The fifth quota, assigned the that these 'volunteer workers -

the Ladies'' Aid:; Mrs. M. C. The rainfall has beer well distributed IN' local chapter ,by national headquarters be : listed within the next few
'Vowell, president of the W. : HENDRY COUNTY days. Registration 'here will be
'M.
S.; : however: with no singleda's' -
,
'Mrs. W. D. King is now in, production, at the school house as before andA.
president of
the
rain
more than two inches ,so
i Altar 'Society; Mrs. R. Y.' Patterson city pumps have" been able to handle I consists, of, children's pajamas and L. Taylor, vice-chairman of the

i, chairman 'of the Clewiston Red the excess water, ji fair-'sh Not Clewiston is asl\: d.. to\\ join in a convalescent robes (heavy bathrobes defense council, will;arrange for the

:! ) ,.'_,Cross, Mr: all "
:
Red Crasss, production old rubber' and metal tv ,ojher: communitiesJn the westernside
work. south''where itis : ;
:
I reported in the nation for- war purposes. R. blue ana* green sweater s of theeonrity: ".

: that district pumps' have not been Y. Patterson, chairman of the Hen- to be knitted.' Patterns 'are simplein .
Ration Board ListsCertificates able to keep ahead of'the rainfall order that the worker who is
i I dry County Defense 'Council, has Fire and Gas Classes
despite, twenty-four hour top-speed received notice that the county'.squota not so proficient will have no

i t! for May pumping. -is 15,711 pounds of rubber, trouble getting the garments together To Start
Heaviest rainfall of the week an amount sufficient to provide all properly. Both sewing and Tonight

----- was recorded at Runyan, in the needed rubber in 9 medium sized knitting are on hand to be given

I Following is a list of those in Eastern Division; last Wednesday, tanks. It is also expected that the out and any who wi volunteer. to More than a hundred people
t the Clewiston issued 6.10 inches and Azucar station had help with this work'are asked to
who
I t area were county can and will salvage 52,370 j were on hand at the high school
I certificates for tire and tube 5.13'inches.. On the same day pounds of steel and iron. icall at the Red Cross room Mondays auditorium Monday night, despite a
Ritta showed 5:32 inches, South I or Fridays in the afternoon.
purchases
during the month of May The rubber supply is a vital downpour of rain, for. the organization -
the Bay 4.50 and Miami Locks 3.44. The list of
I by local rationing board: question since the normal sourceof garments completed of classes to study firefighting

1: Dr. T. S. Gowin, doctor at Riddle Clewiston escaped with 1.43 inches.Monday's supply has been cut and the I and shipped since January, 1940, is and poison gas control and the
Field, four, passenger tires. rain was the heaviest, here an impressive one: I
construction of tanks and other I first of the four two-hour study
I I. Bell with 1.90 inches recorded and Sat- Sewing 2488 earments. includ
$ constable, 1 held
passengertire equipment for our' armed ,forces periods will be toni,__ ht_ of Oho
----- n n -- ---
and tube. urday was almost as heavy with will I ing 25 hospital garments, 48 wo I auditorium.:
I
need all)) the old rubber that
: t M. C. Doke, mail carrier 1.80 inches. I men's dresses, 126 children's dresses -
one can 'be salvaged. Old tires, garden I Other classes will be held on
I passenger tire. Fortunately most crops are now 10 pair boys' shorts, 12 boys' I Monday
hose, bath mats, rubber heels, rubber night and Friday night of
I J I Rev. Louis H. Brannen, ,one out of the way and little damage balls)) rubber dolls) all articles I shirts, 2267 layette garments. next week and the course will
I passenger tube. will be done to farmers aside from Knitting, 405 garments, includ- close of
I made of rubber not in use now are on Monday night the fol-,
II '; R. L. Pierson, defense worker, making it difficult to save 'many needed.A ,ing 40 men's Brooke type sweaters lowing week. One hour each night

I I ,two passenger tubes. thousands of dollars worth of' bean 38 women's cardigans, 128 will be devoted to gas study un-

G. M.' Ford, U. S. Engineer, two seed.,, special effort is being made t-> children's sweaters; all sizes up to der the supervision of Fred W.
i passenger tubes. get the scrap, metal collected and 12 years 1 child's knit suit, 1 5
I Hardest hit by the rains in this in to Davis and the other hour will be
I Clewiston'Motor area is Riddle Field central storage places before child's pair ribbed stockings, 60 taken with of
, Company', three where training the up a study firefighting -
winter
adds its
I I truck tires, four tubes. routine has been disrupted con- problem of mufflers, 1 yard long, '63 menus; methods taught by Jimmy Wil
transportation difficulties. The socks, 22 beanies (knit ), 48
Murphy caps
Construction
Co., 4 truck siderably. Auxiliary fields are being
\ tires factories not only want metal for pair mittens, all sizes, 4 peasant son.Carl
: 4 tubes. used largely for landing fields H. Berner, who organizedthe
immediate needs but,
I Mrs. F. G. Johnson, one truck during the periods between showers a reserve sup- shawls, crocheted.The study courses in his position as
' ply to' draw when
,on winter
comes.
: tube. when it is possible to fly. service knitting which 5s chief air raid warden, is particularly -

I I L. H. Hall, trucker at airport, '4 Hendry county's quota of metalis practically completed and will be anxious that all of those who
, sufficient 'to manufacture: 1 shipped June 30th consists of 70 i
tires, 4 tubes. Gasoline finished their Red Cross courses
Unit Value light tank, 1-4 ton Blitz-buggy, 1 pairs of olive drab and blue
j Paul Emrich, salvage dealer, 2 navy take this course and fully qualify
75mm Howitzer, 3 50 cal. machine I socks and 40 olive drab sleeveless
,
tires, 2 tubes. themselves for their defense occupations -
Raised to Six Gallons guns, and 1 3 inch shell. sweaters.
I C. F. Wheeler Construction Co., as required In the nat-
i 1 tire, 1 tube.iniercounty Mr. Patterson plans to make the ional set-up. Those who did not

i y Telephone Co., 1 Although it has---r-not been officially I rubber and metal salvage campaign Bowling League take the first aid courses are also

i tire, 1 tube. announced through the local office I a genuine salvage operation, urged to take this course, qualify

I Thos. E. Burgner, molasses of the rationing board, daily and hopes the county will not stop Started TuesdayThe themselves to this partial extent

trucks, 3 truck tires. papers this morning announced that when its quota is reached ,but will and then take the first aid course

1 ''I Edgar Z. Wells, 3 passenger re- the value of the units on A and B I continue to save and bring in every when it is again offered. This is

I treads. gasoline cards would be raised bit of scrap rubber and metal eighteen teams in the, United likely to be the only gas and fire

I Rev. Louis A. Brannen; 1 passenger from three gallons to six gallonsat available. I States Sugar Corporation bowl- course taught here.

I II i retread. midnight Sunday.. ing league will have, played their Any others are invited and it is

, '(Continued on page 5) Sears Store OffersOutstanding first round when the final two hoped that the classes will be very
I This raise in value was made in
teams and the league
1 ;r -- meet tonight large.
order that all drivers
: may secure play will continue on through the
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Cadets Graduate ServiceThe
'\ enough gasoline from the cards they summer. Rain and Priorities
have to them
carry to July
15 instead ,
The league started off with the
At Field Next Week of July 1 as originally praY
Fort
}- Myers retail store of Personnel and Warehouse teams Slow Water 'ExtensionThe
ned.: The new and Sears
and
more stringent Roebuck Company
an- and the General Office and Har
coupon rationing system will be nounces this week in advertise-
Another class of 43 RAF : vesters playing the seven o'clock
will) be graduated at Riddle cadets Field started on that date instead of the ments in this issue that, in their I matches. At nine o'clock the P. city water department recently -,,

next Wednesday and will) leave first of the month. It will require j special furniture sale, they will, M. S, met the Real Estate Team received an order of cast

shortly thereafter for Canada to fully as much conservation of gas to insure satisfactory delivery of and the Research; Department play- iron water pipe for extensions of
to make the present cards i
await transportation to whatever last until furniture. stoves and household ed the Office Scrubs. Last night mains to the areas in which the

,battle field they 'may be called that 'time as it would have to goods, send a factory-trained service the Commissary and Field teams new houses are located which has
-
upon have
I 1 to serve. gone ahead on three-gallon man with all sizeable shipmentsto started play with the L. and C. been ordered since March and now

I :' These boys finished their flight units to July 1. see that all shipments are prop- meeting the Sugar House Blues, the that It is on the ground tiie heavy

I training this week, most ot them erly uncrated and assembled Electricians playing the Steam rains have retarded the laying of
; SUGAR STAMPS Bus fare will be refunded to all
1 on Thursday and many of thg boys makers and the Dixie Crystals play the' pipe.
I \ : are off to Miami today to'spend d W. customers to 'and from Fort Myers ing the Centrifugal Whirlwinds One line has, been laid along
N. Martin, chairman
*- several days before the of the who make furniture purchases Tonight's match is between the San Pedro Street across the high-
wing sere rationing board, stated
mony is held. It is understood that that this week while there of $50.00 or more and Sugar House Crackers and the way, a six-inch feeder line but four-

: no public ceremony is planned such some confusion exists relative easy payments are still afforded on Doollttles.; inch pipe was only delivered last

, as were held for the first of thei of to the half-pound per person ration orders of ten dollars or more. No results of these first matches week and little of it has been laid.
sugar. It Is that
I, 'graduating classes. true each person -- Exceptional furniture values as have been given but arrangementsare Continuation of the daily rains

,','" Another' class of cadets Is is allowed only a half-pound well as values on other household being made for a summary of may delay somewhat being able to
ex of sugar a week but one stamp ,is articles are advertised this week
pected in the latter part of all games to be published each provide service to these new homes
nextweek good for two weeks and its value_ and others will be listed
j to replace the outgoing class. Is one pound. I in subsequent week with individual players' scores as soon as they are ready for oc-
advertisements.
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I Wooden Ships That Pack a Punch I 7IfP 21. :. .1'.1'I 1... I I



When steel became scarce, New England builders of fishing trawlers

went back to wood. They, convinced the navy they could build swift, ..

useful auxiliary ships of wood. Today Uncle Sam's one-ton feather R E EN 4 ehs

weight mosquito fleet-unarmored and made of plywood-is somethingto

be reckoned with. They have sunk transports and warships, and it >T"".,_
was a mosquito boat that got General MacArthur out of Bataan. Washington, D. C.

HENDERSON'S WARNING I I

Price Administrator Leon Hender- s ,
son told the house ways and means
committee a" lot more during his i

secret testimony than he afterwards

disclosed to newsmen. Here are ,

some items which weren't made 5' ,44
\\ t public: f .,.
+ \ r\ that if the
S Henderson predicted _
TlI S current levels of earnings are maintained -

f' : the total national income this 1

year will approximate 117 billion:

/ : W dollars 1941.On or 25 billions more than in A : :_: 41r' (


the other ,.hand, due to the
I
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I
\ Ate 3 .k enormous war production demands,
the goods will
supply of consumer
z
w be 26 per cent less than last year. ; Sri 9'

This wide disparity between purchasing -

power and available con-

r h' sumer goods, Henderson warned, is
k i a St 2 :
trV the great inflationary "explosive"factor. ,
V < : .Ca< With a lot more money in
Y 3e
C ..kw people's pockets than supplies on
which to spend it, a competitive "---"' -' '

situation develops that may set offa A Bride's Cake to Greet You at the Reception!

catastrophic drastically price controlled.runaway unless ( Recipes Below.), I'I'See


"'A fir Kv 17-Billiion Excess. Wedding Receptions This Week's Menu

Illustrating this problem, Henderson -
After the "I do's" have been said,
about 31 billion
pointed out that : Wedding Reception
of the estimated 117-billion national and you have remembered to wear Chicken in Molded Egg Ring

Above is a typical logging scene income will be absorbed by taxes: something borrowed, somethingblue Bride's Salad .

r in Washington. A coast guard and savings, leaving 86 billions in and something new, besides ,Hot Rolls and Biscuits
to sOme
cutter is shown in the circle. Lower spendable money. However, there throwing your bouquet for Salted Nuts Preserves Olives

left: Workmen engaged on one will be only 69 billions of consumer lucky the reception.bridesmaid, you are ready Bride's Cake Coffee

of the minesweepers being built commodities. The reception is: among the more Recipes Given
This 17-billion excess, he declared,
for the navy at Rockland, Me. is what must be kept in checkin elaborate forms of entertaining, but
because of our Y pound almonds
order to prevent'it from setting in 1 sliced
wartime status, large can pineapple
motion an inflationary spiral thatwould this year's event t % pound marshmallowsDrain
smash the nation's economic f's' will undoubtedly and cut fruits. Chop nuts

system. ; be more simple. and 'cut marshmallows with a wet
Tough as this problem is, Henderson scissors. Make the cooked
following
however
ft XI I I Simplicity, -' .
predicted that the situation will f
'1 does not imply dressing:
be in 1943. He estimated
even worse
C
cG' '
S Y.J.t. lack of charm Yolks of four eggs
hat by next year purchasing power r
; or graciousness,, Juice of one lemon !
will be three times greater than in
indeed, it often
Yi evaporated milk
1932 while the supply of consumer cup
enhances it the more. i
goods will be only the same as in Yi teaspoon mustard

> that year, the pit of the depression. Chicken in Molded Egg Ring. Combine all ingredients and 'let
(Serves 8))
The price administrator told the unflavored cook over hot water until the mixture -
2 tablespoons gelatin
t.V committee that the only way' disastrous Yi cup boiling water thickens. Cool. Fold in 2 cups

:" inflation can be averted is by water whipped cream. Combine with fruit
3 2 cup cold
.,..,..'..., the most stringent government con, lYz cups mayonnaise (well drained), add nuts and fold
trols. in marshmallows. Place in mold
a ,
4
tablespoons lemon juice
I\ < { He said he fully realized that Ys teaspoon salt in the refrigerator-overnight. Serve \
such measures as rationing and 1 tablespoon grated onion surrounded with endive or lettuce.

...'..fd.w",.!.," .., ,... price ceilings might cause boot- Yz green pepper chopped Bride's Cake.
F' : legging and "blackmarkets."' 2 tablespoons chopped parsley 324 cups sifted cake flour

| Torpedo boat or But he expressed the belief that 12 hard-cooked eggs 1Y teaspoons double acting bak-
I
j 'mosquito boat. patriotic public opinion would 1 recipe of chicken salad ing powder

T ....':.: E7.D tfW.FFf: ] powerfully militate against such Soften gelatin in cold water for 5 154 cups butter-
lawbreaking. minutes and dissolve in boiling wa- 2 cups sugar

.. fSSSc 77p "In England," Henderson pointedout ter. Cool. Add mayonnaise, lemon \\\ cups egg whites, unbeaten.

"bootlegging of food and other juice, salt, onion, green pepper, Yi teaspoon vanilla
L scarce commodities is causing so parsley, and 10 eggs, chopped. Cover Yi teaspoon almond extract 1

much public resentment that many bottom of mold with one inch Sift flour once, measure, add bak-

are demanding that those who buyor of the mixture. Slice remaining eggs ing powder, and sift together three

$! .r .. sell on the 'black market' be and arrange slices around side of times. Cream butter thoroughly,
taken out and shot." mold. Add remaining mixture and add sugar gradually. Cream together -

chill until firm. Unmold on lettuce, 1 until light
fill center with chicken salad and and fluffy. Add
a BIG BUSINESS MIRACLESNo
garnish with salted almonds and to- F egg whites, Vt
one ever would have"suspected 1
mato Serve with at a time,
wedges. cup
mayon-
it, but Harold Ickes, the New Deal'smost
naise or french dressing. beating three minutes '
violent baiter of big business,
Chicken Salad. after each
has been performing
some quiet
2 cups cooked, diced chicken addition. Add
miracles in' obtaining big busi-
t"
flour small
French dressing a
ness cooperation.Not .
Ys cup diced celery amount at a time,
a. only is he now on good terms Y'i teaspoon onion juice beating well after each addition. Add
with 'the of the
moguls oil industry
Ys cup shredded, toasted almonds flavoring and beat vigorously. Turn
including such bitter political op- Marinate chicken in french dress- into a 10-inch tube pan which has

ponents as Joe and Howard Pew, ing for an hour. Drain. 'Add re-, been greased and lined on the bot-

leaders of Pennsylvania Republicanism maining ingredients with just. enough tom, sides and around the tube with
but he has also been
getting cooperation salad dressing to moisten. Season heavy, waxed paper. Bake in a
from the railroads and
with salt and pepper taste. Chill slow (275-degree) oven 1 hour; then "
trucking companies.This increase the heat slightly to 300 degrees -

is one of the few good things well.Make the reception a really mem- and bake 50 minutes longer,
that has- come out of the war until done. Insert favors if. desired
orable occasion by serving a beautiful or -
Ever since trucks began hauling Bride's salad, all fruity and wrapping each, in ''waxed pa-

freight, the feud between them and creamy with the Egg Mold. Here's per, and pressing into small slits in
the railroads has been the toughest how to do it: the cake. Spread ornamental but-

problem faced by the Interstate .Br de's Salad. ter frosting smoothly on top and

: Commerce commission., (Serves 8) sides of cake. Decorate with sim-

/ ./; But now Petroleum Co-ordinator 1 large can pears ple borders and rosettes of the frost-
: : Ickes has persuaded the ancient rivals 1 large can white cherries I ing, and trim with silver dragees.

'4 %.'+' C''i to make a friendly division of i Serve on silver tray or platter with
the tremendous oil transportation I delicate sprays of fern, cosmos,' or

,,, business whereby the railroads with- Lynn Says: I, bridal wreath. Place special bridal
wrY' """" ; =- ":>:Wl drew from short hauls, and turn favors on top of cake; or, tie small

business over to trucks, thus releas- Here's help to solve your gift wedding bells or other favors to
I Picture at top shows ,,a coastal minesweeper. Below,: Coast guard ing tank cars for the longer and problems for the bride: Linen white ribbons and intertwine through

cabin picket boat, 38 feet in length. more economic hauls. minimums include, the following: sprays.

>r For instance, a railroad tank car, 8 sheets, 6 pillowcases, 2 pairs Ornamental Butter Frosting.
with a capacity of 8,000 gallons, op- blankets, 2 wool coverlets, 2 bath- 4 tablespoons butter F
I ICS Ir erating between Whiting, Ind., and mats, 8 bath towels, 8 face cloths 5 cups sifted confectioners sugar
i the west side of Chicago, requiressix and 12 linen hand towels. 2 egg whites, unbeaten t
days to make the "turn'around." For the dining room, the bride 2 tablespoons cream (about)

But a tank truck, capacity 7,500 gal- will need 2 dinner sets with 6 to 8 1Yz teaspoons vanilla

lons, can do the same "turn around"in napkins, 3 breakfast or luncheonsets Yi. teaspoon salt

five hours. 6 to 8 extra dinner napkins, Cream butter; add part of sugar '

'l4t( 't Thus, one tank truck, working 24 12 tea napkins, and 2 hot plate gradually, beating well after each

hours, (and all such equipment is mats.If addition. Add remaining sugar alternately -
on a 24-hour basis) would relievethe possible, the bride should with egg whites, then with
equivalent of 16 or 20 tank cars. have a set of 6 in each of 'the cream, until of right consistency to
following pieces of china. If she spread. Beat after each addition
These cars, in turn, are being placedon
? ; the longer hauls from the Gulf to expects to set up housekeeping on until smooth. Add vanilla and salt.
larger scale this list be rosettes and
the East coast. a may Spread cake. Make
expanded to 8 or 12 pieces. China forced
Result of such economies and borders with frosting throughthe
4 overtime operations is that railroads set includes: salad plates, soup pastry tube.
r y yy R : plates, cups and saucers, dinner household 't
1srS' which normally move practically no Have you a particular or
oil to the East coast, are now mov- plates, sauce dishes, bread-and- cooking problem on which you would like
barrels Tankers butter plates. For serving dishes expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Cham.
day.
ing 650,000 a
the following are "musts": 1 bers at Western Newspaper- Union 210
.-. r... (ships) normally supply 95 per cent large platter (for meat and'vegetables South Desplaines Street Chicago, Illinois,
but
of the East coast requirement,
), 1 covered dish, 2 open explaining your problem fully to her.

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1 CHAPTER XIIIK Pat's brown eyes were troubled. eyes fastened, as though hypnotized, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) victory is corned

"Well, ,I don't know." upon Karl's face. now

t The light revealed a desk, a short- Karl took ,,her hand, "You must "You need not be frightened," In each
'- wave ,radio set and three large fil- tell me," he insisted. Karl told her. "I am principally Lesson for June 14 covrageous
\ ing cabinets. He drew on a pair of "I suppose now that we are en- interested in Paul. Too bad he has He' ..rt. (

gloves. "Don't touch anything," he gaged, it's different," Pat admit- such a talkative sister." Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected 1l4Eenn! a
cautioned Joan. ted, ",Inyway it's really nothing for "So Pat told you? Council of Religious Education; used by
Joan's heart was in her throat. you to be jealous about. You see, Joan marveled at Paul's indifference. permission.

"Oh Paul, what if Karl should find Paul is my brother. He's using an SUNDAY: THE RISEN CHRIST
assumed name because some time "Yes. It. might interest you to
: out here?
we were
AND HIS DISCIPLES
i'' "By that time," Paul replied grimly ago, he used to work for the govern- know that she thinks brother-in-law.I am: about" \..., .
to become
ment. your
"it will be too late.
LESSON
TEXT-Luke 243348.
il "Indeed?" Karl Miller said, rising At last Paul's anger was aroused.
Joan looked curiously at the radio GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are witnesses of
t quickly. "I find that information "You dirty rat! these things.-Luke 24:48.
set. "Do Karl has a WNU Service.
you suppose extremely interesting." Karl smiled. "I assure you I
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receiver too? It seemed to Joan that Paul was have no intention of going through The glory and gladness of the
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"Probably, though where it would with it. As no doubt know I
!!-o... taking an unnecessarily long tune you resurrection morning drove back
I be I don't know. looking for the code. She watched already have one wife." the darkness of the tomb and replaced -

He opened a drawer of the desk. impatiently as he rechecked each "What have you done with' her?" the disciples' 'sadness ,with ,.

J i "Doesn't seem to be anything drawer, wondering at his calm de Paul demanded. holy gladness. God's message to
here ." liberation. "Shut up! Give me that envelope I His people is one of assurance and I

; "Wait!" Joan cried. "What's "Please hurry, Paul! Let's get out We're ''getting out of here. Comeon I hope. The night may be dark, but

I ,/ this?" She seized a gray _glove ly- of here." Joan,. I'll keep. you with me." the dawn will surely come.

: ;, ing among pencils and bits of pa- "Queer I can't find it. They. must Paul walked ahead and Karl followed Two of Jesus' disciples had been

: ::1 pers. "This is Sybil's glove!" she have it here somewhere." with Joan. His grasp on her walking sadly along the road to Em- Kootq 0

said excitedly. "She always wore "What does it matter now? We arm was painful but she did not maus when suddenly a stranger was

I I "I these with her suit, and she was have the other evidence. You said wince. She was too proud to let with them, telling them what the

wearing that suit the, day she dis- these papers incriminate Karl. Karl Miller- see that he had hurt Scriptures taught about the Christ-

i ; appeared." Isn't that enough?" her. ,\ His sufferings and His glory. Their

I Paul gazed / speculatively at the "I always like to do a thoroughjob There was a long ride down the hearts burned strangely within them

I slender gray glove. "It could mean while I'm at it."* Embaradero. Neither Karl nor Paul (Luke 24:32), but they did not recognize If You Bake at Home .
I that Sybil discovered this room, "Wait! Oh Paul, I hear some- spoke. As they went through the ,Him until He broke the breadof We have
I that she knew what was going on in thing! Someone is coming down the warehouse and up the swaying stepsof their evening meal-and then He absolutely prepared free and will send

I here, and that's why Karl put her hall!" / the gangplank, Joan was sur- was gone. recipe book full to of you such a yeast
out of the She to the panel and at her calmness. She grand
way. ran open prised own But now they had a joyous mes- recipes as Oven Scones Cheese
j; Joan pressed the glove againsther gazed through the office to the hall- was no 'longer afraid of Karl Miller. sage which sent them,hurrying backto Puffs, Honey Pecan''''Buns, Coffee

cheek. "Oh Syb!" she wept."I She followed Paul's example of superb Jerusalem to the eleven who had Cakes and Rolls., Just drop, a card
still think Sybil is alive," Paul indifference.
i gathered behind locked doors to with your name and address to
said, "Karl is saving her as an ace On deck Paul and Joan were led discuss the reports which had 'also Standard Brands Inc., 691 Wash-

,i up his sleeve. ,In that way she is to a small shabby cabin, and the come to them of His resurrection.And ington St., New York City.-Adv.
of more use to him living than dead. I door locked behind them. suddenlyI. -
Anyway that's my hunch. It, will "
? Paul
"Cozy grinned. "Jesus Himself Stood in the
be better if you can believe it too. RI: II:: Soothe and relieve heat
"Paul! You act as though,you actually Midst" (vv. 33-43). AT rash
"I'll try, Joan gulped, controlling enjoy this." H; on you or baby,with cooling -,
What blessed and conclusive
a THE Mexican Heat '
herself with an effort. Powder.
J Half hour while Paul'snimble His face grew serious. "I don't confirmation of their report. He, n' Absorbs perspiration,often
passed
J an explored the contents like it for your sake, Joan. m But so their beloved Lord and Master, stood ;;;;;rforerunner of heat rashes.
fingers
of drawer after drawer. far as I'm concerned, it couldn't there before, them, alive and speak-
1 have worked,out better." ing His tender message of "Peace." .
walls but
He tapped the they revealed Releasing a Secret
i "What do you mean? The disciples, however, were be-
r ] nothing. It was Joan who He who gives up the ,smallest
J "I counted on Karl's finding us at wildered and slow believe. Observe -
"Paul Look this desk.There's to of
cried, at part a secret has the rest no
I Ii the beauty shop. I wanted him to.
i something odd about it." how kind and patient He was longer in his power.-Jean Paul
I think he'll lead us to the rest of
I with these frightened and unbelieving -
There seemed to be a panel on the Richter.A .
side of the desk. "You're right," the gang this way. men. And note what a splen-
I I Paul said, and gently forcing the Joan sat down gingerly on a dirty, did testimony it is to the truth of
faded chintz chair. "But you said the resurrection that they who FOR RELIEF
wood, he pulled it to one side. "Herewe QUICK
are!" he said as they both those papers were enough., knew Him best expected proof be-
Paul lit a cigarette. "They were, fore they believed.
gazed into a small hidden compart- ,
but I still have few ends to tie.We're .
a
Before we condemn them for lackof
ment. Eagerly Paul thrust in his
hand and drew forth a large enve- not, in any actual" danger yet. faith let us ask ourselves if we ANTISEPTICUsed Soothing S A LV E

I lope. He opened it. "Look Joan! Trust me for that. would have done better, and let us by thousands with satisfactory re-
I Paul 'watched Joan as she explored be thankful that their hesitation suIts for 40 '
These are the plans for that bombing : A"valuable ingredients. -
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I their tiny prison. "You have Get Carboil at drug stores or write
made He
assurance doubly sure.
plane. We, were right! Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn.
, I Joan ,peered over his shoulder at more nerve" than any other girl I 'was really there-::alive.. 'I ,.
I ever saw, he said, admiringly, repeating '
the unintelligible writing. "What do He next gave them a-sure foundation \4'
what he had said the night
'First Step
they say? for faith.
Karl killed Strom and Joan had The doorstep to the of
Paul smiled'excitedly as he ran temple
II.uThen Opened He Their Understanding" -
promised to help trap Karl after wisdom is a
knowledge of
i his eyes over the pages. "Plenty! our own
44
(vv. 45).
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Paul revealed he was'an FBI
There's enough here to convict Karl man. ignorance.-Spurgeon.
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1 I and Mrs. Murdock as well as "My knees are shaking, Joan ad- understand -
some others!" mitted, smiling, "but I wouldn't let the scriptures. Their
, I Karl know how I felt. It would give minds had become confused and He
" "Let's get out of here, quick, GAS
them. We ON STOMACHWhat
literally "disentangled"
Joan begged, glancing back at the him too much satisfaction.
half-open panel which had admitted L-W a "Good girl!" Paul approved. need to have the knots and kinks many Doctors do for it

I them. "And," Joan continued, "this may taken out of, our thinking. or When heartburn excess doctors stomach proscribe add causes the gas fastest-acting lotzritomaeh

II "While we're here I'm going to r.J y @,"1\\\\' ll be your idea of 'ho actual danger'but Dealing with the entire Old Testa- like medicines those In known Bell-ana for Tablets aymtomatio No relief laxative.-medicines If your
I take a last look around to see if I it doesn't seem that way to me." ment (divided by the Hebrews into very first trial doesn't prove Bell ans better return
Joan his ,shoulder at bottle to us and Bet double your money back. 25e.
can find a copy of that code." peered over The gentle throb of the ship's en- law, prophets and psalms), He
Joan watched his brown head bend the unintelligible" writing. "What do gines warned them the freighter was thus gave it His endorsement. Men

over the drawer. Her heart went out they say? moving. "Here we go," Paul said. may deny but Jesus approved the

to him in gratitude for his kindness. way leading to the street, but she "Try to trust me, Joan, that this is Scriptures of the Old Testamentand TO CHECK It IA
"This is really the end of our search could see nothing." the best way. I took you with me we are ready to take His word.
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then?" she asked. "You're just nervous," Paul said. tonight deliberately because I was "All things must be fulfilled" is

"It looks like it." "I'll be through in a minute. Sit. afraid that it' would be "worse, for His statement concerning Him-
"I wish we were out of here," down and relax." 'you if you were left behind." self. There is our Lord's guaranteethat t666U'

Joan repeated. "I ,have a feeling "I'm sure I heard someone. What "What about Pat?" the promises of His second

something else is about to happen." if Karl has found out?" Joan said, "Pat doesn't know anything. They .'coming, and all that is associatedwith

Paul laughed. "You women and sitting down at the desk where Syb- won't be apt to harm her." it, as well as with His future

your intuition!" il's glove remained among the pile In the dim light of a small electric reign, will be fulfilled.

But Joan shivered nervously as of papers. "He's too clever to let bulb they waited. As the ship This time of''fellowship with the

she waited for Paul to finish. us get away with this." rolled more, Paul said, "We're go- Lord around the Word of God was 9 :

'\ "Karl's not as clever as you may ing through the Gate now. We'll strengthening tb their faith, but it actes and pains ,

In a downtown hotel, Karl Miller imagine," Paul told her, "or he soon' be on the open sea." had another purpose. The blessingsof RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
was dancing with Pat. wouldn't leave these papers for me "Where is Karl taking us? Can't God are not for our own satisfac- 4.tw
"You're a darling!" he murmured to find." you tell me that?" tion alone, for it is His will that

t against her hair. "It all seems too easy," Joan in- "I'd rather not. The first thingto there be-
"Oh Karl, I love you so much." sisted. "There must be a catch to find out is how he intends to get HI. "Repentance 'Preached in His M9NElUS

"He smiled. "You are happy, it." rid of those plans," he added, Name" (vv. 46-48).

liebchen / "We've waited long enough to get "Might ship them to a submarine." There is a message to go out
"I still can't believe it," Pat said, Karl," he reminded her.uI knew "A submarine!" Joan cried in dismay through His disciples to all nations.He .

turning her radiant face to his. that eventually we'd catch up with died for the sins of the world. BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF
i "Just think Mrs. Karl Miller." him. Haven't you ever heard that "It's not a pretty picture, is it?"
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three months yet, Karl told her. don't want to know too much."
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Pat gazed down at the emerald a !" unlocked the door and mumbled ,
magnificent jewel which flashed "You're a sweet kid!" Paul said. something to Paul in Ger an. "He Fellowship with Christ and an un-
, green fire frojn her hand. "It's sucha "And you've been a big help to says he'll show you to your cabin" derstanding of His Word which does WNU-7 23-42
beautiful ring! Joan will be so me." Paul explained."I'd not result in aggressive witness for

surprised." "Please let's get out of here!" She rather stay here!" Him is quite useless.To .

"No doubt," Karl smiled.. was on the verge of tears. But Paul advised her to go without be a witness involves knowl-
"And Paul too?" Paul glanced around the small objection, so Joan followed the sailor edge of a fact, to the truth of which
"Paul? WhY' should Paul ,the individual can bear testimony.The BackacheMay
be He
I surprised room. Papers were strewn on the out on deck. opened door and
I'' ?" I floor, even carelessly over the radio motioned for her to go inside. Hes- disciples were called to be witnesses -
The music had stopped now and equipment. itatingly 'she obeyed. "not speculators, philoso- Warn of Disordered

they returned to their table. "This untidy mess will be quitea There was a bunk with a quilt phers, moralists or legislators. Kidney Action

"What has Paul got to do withus surprise to our friends," he com- folded neatly upon it, a washstandand They had neither to argue nor to Irregular Modern habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry and
?" Karl demanded.Pat mented. one porthole through which Joan dissertate, nor to lay down rules for drinking-Its risk of exposure and infec-

looked embarrassed. She had "Are we going to the authoritiesnow could see the deck. Fog envelopedthe conduct, nor to ventilate their own tion-throws the kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become workof
promised not to reveal Paul's iden- ?" sea and it was impossible to tell fancies. They were witnesses,, and over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
under circumstances. their business was 'to tell the truth and other impurities from the life-giving ,
tity any "Oh, Paul picked up the envelope. how far away from shore they were. blood. ,
nothing," she faltered. "Right. And in here we have enoughto In a' few minutes she heard the the whole truth, and nothing but the You may suffer nagging backache;

But Karl was not to be side- keep Karl Miller out of circula- sound of footsteps, and sitting up truth" (Alexander Maclaren). leg headache pains,,dizziness swelling-feel; getting constantlytired up nights.
tracked. "What is there betweenyou tion for good." she saw that Paul was being shown It'may be difficult in our timesto ,nervous all worn out. Other signs
and Paul?" send witnesses to distant lands of kidney or bladder disorder are some
Joan took Sybil's glove and put it into the cabin next to hers. Even times burning scanty or too frequent
Pat laughed. "Are you jealous?" in her purse, but before I she could though the door was locked behind for ships are busy carrying the urination.
"Jealous? Of course I am. I in- fasten the clasp, Karl Miller's voice him and a sailor remained on guard men and implements of war. Butright" Try Doc,,'. Pills. Doo '. help the
harmful body
kidneys to off excess
pass
\ sist upon knowing. came to them from the open panel."I outside, Joan was comforted to know. in your Jerusalem there is a waste. They have had more than half a
"I promised I wouldn't tell any- thought I'd find you here." that he was near. spiritual need, in your little townor century of public approval.everywhere.Are recom-
one," Pat hesitated. His powerful figure filled the small Joan'had not expected to have any rural community,. in the city mended Atk your by neighbor grateful users

Karl's voice was smoothly per- doorway. He mid a gun. Paul rest that night but she found herself where you live, in your home,

suasive. "But, liebchen, we are go- reached for his coat, but Karl was overcome with fatigue. She wakened office, shop, or school. You whore
ing to be married. You must not too quick for him. "No use trying to feel the warmth of the sun d this who are in the service of 9I
have any secrets from your hus- that, Mr. O'Malley." upon her face. I the country will find a "Jerusalem"in
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blocked and readyto recruiting mobile unit with Yeoman ings will be held in the band
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Clewiston News ..:..:..:w: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : be shipped. the piles of sewed Charles Benson aboard spent 'a day I room at the Community Center.
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garments are truly an impressive in Clewiston. He has shown unusual -
During this period the Scoutsare
sight, and makes one's chest swell aptitude and has been selected -
RAMBL1NGSBy
in Clewiston, ; taking a nine weeks training
Published' every Friday NEWS, with pride. The card file of ac- to attend the service school, a r
Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON I B. B. tive workers I Is also an impressive privilege ordinarily: reserved for course relating to National Defense

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..-:-;..: -;' sight Is, not but bursting In the opposite with cards manner.It of. those has. of more education than Joe, with Scoutmaster J. WT in Beardsley charge. ,The' assisting Scoutsare i

KEATHLEY BOWDEST Editor active 'workers. They are tucked,
Last Friday an extra; shipment down in one corner, and they are Charles Turner, also in the also taking part in the gas

Entered as' second class mall matter weighing 87 pounds and contain- pitiably few in number. It is Navy,. has been receiving training IE and fire courses which are now-

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in ing 219 separate sewed and knitted amazing (to paraphrase Churchill) radio work out in Oregon. He being taught.

March Clewiston 3,, 1897.Subscription Florida. under the Act of articles, was sent from the Red that so few have done so much for wrote his mother last week that The boys are trying to earn

......1.------- Cross work-room in the Community so ma'ny. Mrs. Duff, production he had been promoted to a squadron money for summer camp and citi-
Center to national Red Cross head- chairman, has kept an accurate as aviation radioman. Mrs.Turner's zens who have, odd jobs suitable l-
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Rate ?2.00 J'*r Year. ratIngs for the boys to do 'are asked to J
quarters. These 219 articles were record of each person who has knowledge of naval

AdiertlBlnK Rntcti! On Application. "extra" because they were made made an article since the begin- is not, letter perfect, and she communicate with Scoutmaster J

by local workers over and above ning of the work a little more than says it sounds like he has been Wilson. S .'

Devoted to the advancement and wel- the quota specified from materialssent two years ago. With our quotas promoted into the Pacific. Con-
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. here by national Red Cross.In completed which contained total gratulations, Charles, and the best Ration Board-

other words, by skillful cutting of 3085 garments, there has beenan of luck to you. \

and careful knitting and con- average of 30 workers on each

MEMBER scientious saving of every scrap jf quota. Scout Meetings To Be (Continued from Page 1)

/ FLORIIU PRESS ASSOCIATION .\ material and wool Clewiston work- There are at least 150 other women L. E. Place, flying instructor 2 J'

I NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ers made 219 more articles than in Clewiston who can sew or Held In Band Room passenger retreads.
1 1 national Red Cross workers ,special knit and who could give two hoursa R. L. Pierson, Instructor pass- i

fied to be made from the material week to the Red, Cross and 'not enger retreads. .

miss the time from their daily rou Scoutmaster J. 'H. Wilson an- H, J. Maths, farmer 2. truck ,

DEFENSE TAKES ON NEW sent.Our' New England ancestors ,who tine. You think you have plentyto nounced this week that for the retreads. {
MEANINGIt of necessity utilized every scrap of do otherwise? So do those who G. M. Ford, two passenger obse-
next eight weeks Boy Scout meet .
cloth and every drop of grease in are working steadiest at the job. letes.t'tt"tt

was almost eighteen months the household would rejoice at the Name them over-and maybe you'llbe ---
ago that the state defense councilwas in which the local Red "too busy
manner as ashamed of your ..
organized and skeleton or- in their :MMNNNNNNNNMNNMMNNNMN:..:":":":..:MNNMNNNNNNNi:i iiMNNNM:_:Nt1 :
Cross chapter is following excuse" as I am of mine. There's
ganizations formed in each of the foot-steps. Mrs. Mumford and her Mrs. Bogart, who does all of her .. X; ..
several counties of the state. fellow cutters are so careful in their housework and laundry for her '

At that time we were not at war. placing of patterns on the ma- family including 4 year old Lynn : CLEWISTONGOLF :_:

Most of us' believed that it wasa terial that approximately one-fourth and who knits an average of a t

matter of only a short time until | yard is saved on every garment. sweater a week. There's Florence 'j :i:
we would be at war but there were This gives extra yardage for extra Hackett who with two underschoolage 'IL COURSE

still many at that time who believed garments. The knitters are care- kiddies, seldom missed an hour '
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that even if war came our ful to save and turn in every inch ,that the Red Cross room was open ; :: .

isolated location made impossiblethe of left-over wool. These small that she was not on hand helping, :f S .- Public Invited I ::
sort of thing that was oc- pieces of wool are placed togetheras besides her knitting that went ... .
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curing in Europe and other nations. long as there is sufficient fora along home with her. If you can- .;) <1"I ')_!y" ; < ::
Many of us accepted positions on 's. t. ... .::{,. '.
completed garment and this results not stay and work at the work- .' -- ,. "- .' .:... IY >
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the county defense councils moreas in extra knitted garments. cut-out
room, drop by and get your
a civic duty and because we I Then the shorter lengths, together garment, inspect a finished one so ..t.. ?
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were asked than because we ex- with odd scraps of wool which you'll see'how to put yours together 4
to really be compelledto .:. ... .:.
pected ever have been 'donated are being knit- and take it home and sew it on s. .'.

function in these offices. ted into squares for an afghan. your own machine in your own time. :: i
all different Bombs i Showers installed in locker ::
It's now. Some of these squares are stripedof Or get the wool and directions and ,
have already fallen on North various colors, so if you have start knitting. Let's fill the file. :s: \ +
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America soil, sinking of vessels by enough wool of one color to make with cards of active workers, and It1.s. '.'.

the score has occurred almost with five or six rows of knitting on a feel that when a box of garmentsis rooms ''.'. '.....
in stone's throw of the Florida : (it :
five-inch square, the Red Cross shipped from the Qlewiston Red '
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coast and we are up to ou-r necksin would like to have it and will putit Cross it is part and parcel of the :: v ,; ) :.': .1- : : .. ::,
the toughest war that this i j .
young to good service. whole town and not of just thefaithful + '- i
nation has faced. Few of us i ::
ever
Much pink and blue flannelettehas and valiant few.
have any doubt that our enemies, I been- used in the making of And need: I add that it will not Greens in excellent condition :_: J
feel inclined to take the
should they layettes. The workers cut the only be good for the Red Cross .=. .:..
risk' could drop bombs a considerable -
scraps into small squares; these work it will be good for you? When f *
distance inland from are sewed together to form aditional you read of triumphs of our forcesat y
either of coasts and Florida, ?
our Y
blankets. of
baby Scraps Midway, and your heart swells' 3
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with more military objectives than heavier material went into a hit- with pride you will have the '
any other area of the same size in or-miss patchwork quilt. Every definite feeling that you've done I :: Keep physically fit Play Golf :;:

the country, would. be a magnificent scrap of goods is used in some use- your part and when you read of Y ?
target for. Axis' bombs. ful and attractive article.
the sufferings of the heroic defenders -
Defense council chairmen and ,
Since production for war relief of Bataan and Corregidorand ..
sub-chairmen are now frantically .s. : 1
purposes was' begun in mid-Jan- you wonder what fate and the
searching through old'' files to : uary, 1940, thelocal workers have Japanese have in store for those
the various and :: :I: '
cover numerous 'un-'j YEARLY MEMBERSHIP
of 2488
shipped a total sewed gar- parts of the'' earth where war
structions which have been
ments, and 405 knitted garments. strikes hardest it will warm your
from the state office and' filed away Prior to the entry of the United heart a little to feel that you have DAILY GREEN FEES / I Ift
with little more than a passing
States in the war these garmentswere contributed even one sock, or

the glance need and for the it set-up is realized is now, slowly, as sent to Britain; but since that sweater, or f robe to serve those in .;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:-:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;
time local production has been for need.
beginning to function. '
American war relief purposes. At
We've given it little thought pos-. j
present workers are completing a \
sibly but Clewiston has
objectives and it isn't inconceivable military Quota_ of knitting for our_ __ own -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
service men; this includes 70 pairsof j
that we'll be called to .face
upon I
olive drab and
navy blue socks
emergencies before this struggle 's Recount
Savings
and 40 olive drab sleeveless sweaters. -
finally settled. The defense coun- With
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cil set-up must function but those j
In addition to relief for others
'who have taken the various
the workers are building up a local gives you '
chairmanships are also compelled to i
work on their' jobs to make a Hy loan and emergency' closet of f' a Our Boys r

ing. They should not be requiredto garments which may be needed in A ,

give of their' time for this service case of local emergency. At pres- ,

and also to paf' the necessary: I ent this contains 16 hospital gar- L in theService

expenses of such an organization.And .I. ments, convalescent robes, bed j r'' ,..
to create efficient jackets and operating gowns and .
an set-up I ;
6 partial ii! I
layettes.
they must be given every assistanceby 1 .
the people of the community.It The packages of .sweaters, i all \ .it brings
,
is understood that the county J' .

hoard turned down a request for
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$150 a month for hiring a secretary and I believe I am' qualified to N.N:1.:N.N:N.N.N:N.N:N.N.N:N:N:N.N:N:1.:N:N.N.N:N:N:N: ,, the assurance
and paying expenses for the recognize modesty self-discipline you \

' county defense council because of and an ability to be. of service.
the fact that they failed to budgetfor My worthy assistant was all of Joseph Leiter, who enlisted ir face
been sent t need to
the Navy recently, has
such an expenditure last year these as well as competent and you
schools of th
to one of the service
and have not enough reserve to well trained in giving first aid.
take care of the 'expense. But if If she reflects the spirit of your Navy at the Training Station i in

the defense council will carry' on, entire Corps, you should indeed be Norfolk, Va. Joe .is one of thE life without worry

perfect its! organization and be proud." local boys who enlisted when th::

helped by the board as much as .
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possible until the new budget is setup INSURED Often youA swtirujs t_

we feel that the new budget I l-

will additional make expense.arrangements for the I SEARS OFFERS account 1UNU..I1 Ite I'

It's a case of 'everybody getting

together and working for county An Outstanding'Service

unity" as well as national unity in :..:+-o---oo

the face of the crisis which now .
confronts us.PHYSICIAN. \

PRAISES WORK To insure their customers satisfactory United States Defense Savings Bonds Are

OF .MODEST RED CROSS GIRL S delivery of furniture, stoves, house i \
Available In Our Office '

Two speeding cars collided in the hold goods, etc., a factory trained serviceman : .. '. \
early hours of a foggy morning

leaving a passing New York physician -. will accompany all sizeable shipments -

with the task of caring for
five seriously injured victims.To to their out-of-town customers to "

his aid came a member of -'
the Red Cross Motor Corps. make certain that their merchandise is

Trained in first aid, she helped the
properly uncrated and assembled.
physician render
emergency care
then, when her task was finished, ati MM

slipped away into the darkness. vl )1
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Recently the physician Dr. A. 'tTHE

Bictor Payne joined the U. S. Sears Roebuck & Co.

Navy. Before assuming his duties co a
he wrote_ to the Brooklyn Chapter ,

of the Red Cross: Fort Myers Fla.

"I have worked with people, for .

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I r Noal E. Chandler of Okeechobeehas I BRIDGE CLUBS supplies and $109.99 for new}

i moved to Clewiston and has books, and has, on hand $120.06.The J. T. RUSSELLBox

i accepted a position as surveyman Mrs. C. J. Nielsen entertained committee made out, a list I

Personals JI with I the Sugar Corporation engineering : her bridge ,club at her home Wednesday of new books which are being or- 647 Belle Glade

'II department.Mr. I afternoon. High score was dered at on<<.e. Special emphasis isl I Authorized Distributor [

I won by the hostess and second high being put on worthwhile: books for, i .
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
+ and Mrs. Willard E. Dilley by Mrs: W. E. Dilley. A congealed young people and a few dozen : ,
j
'I. I are' leaving today for a two weeks' salad was served to Mrs. F. E. books in this classification will be
and Mrs. Otto Larsen spent
Mr. I vacation. They will visit their Conkling, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.J. added to the shelves in a short ,
in Miami. -
the week-end parents in Greenville and in New E. Beardsley" Dilley, Mrs. time.

-- Castle, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Blanche Otto Larsen, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and There are at present 232 usersj

\James Winn, who is stationed in Turner is accompanying them and Mrs. K. Bowden. of the library, which is located in J. M. CO USE
Key West, spent Saturday and Sunday -
will go on to New York City for a the Northeast wing of the City

F here at his home. visit with her sister, Miss Caroline Mrs. George E. Crow entertained Hall building. The library is Counselor and Attorney at have :

\ \ ,! -. Churchill. Mrs. G. H. Small will with a chicken supper for membersof open Tuesdays and Thursdays In Hopkins Building ,
Mrs. Paul I. Williams, of Tampa,
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is ,visiting her parents, Mr. and also accompany them as far as At- her bridge club this week.. A the evening and on Saturday after- Wednesdays and Saturdays ;:

lanta and will visit her mother, buffet supper was served before the noons. Library privileges are extended -, : .
Mrs. E. S. Knight. 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's
! i! who has been ill, and other rela- card game. :Mrs. A. C. Carlton won to all adult residents of

tives. I a towel set as first prize and Mrs.:: Clewiston and to all children whose
; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet and
I Curtis Thompson lingerie as sec- will card
parents sign a permit
Sharon Crochet are spending two
j
l BAPTIST WOMAN'S MISSIONARY ond prize. Others playing were for them. The library is a free

''I weeks on Miami Beach. SOCIETY MET AT CHURCHThe Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. J. H. library, but a score of the newest : '
'Fish Camp
Wilson, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. purchases are placed on a rental I
Cecil V. Parkinson left this weekto
monthly program and business A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. Foy Dur- shelf for a short time. After thes3' : (Near Hurricane date) I
spend a few :weeks\in Waynes- .
yule, 'North Carolina. meeting of the Baptist Missionary rence. have been circulated sufficient to l : Clewiston, Fla.

4 Society was held at the church justify their purchase they are Boats and l\Iot'ors-Guide Service
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Tuesday afternoon. A very inter- COMMUNITY CHURCH added to the free shelves and new Rates Reasonable '
Mrs. E. J. Bussell left yesterday .;.
I to spend a week in Charleston, esting program was given by the books purchased to replace themon W. H. Johnson, Mgr. !

South Carolina, with Mr. Bussell. members of the Winnie Ayers Cir- Sunday School, !9:45.)" the rental. shelf.

,I 4 cle on the theme, "Whatsoever Church, 11:00.: The library' is sponsored by the! FOR SALE.-.-One pony, very gen

,1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson things are of good reportthinkon I Sermon: "The Spirit Filled Business City Commission and is maintained tie, and saddle. Apply H. T..
"
" [ and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor were these things. Those taking Man." by a group of ladies appointedby Vaughn. J12.ltc.. ,

, 11 : visitors in Miami Saturday.; part were :Mrs. E. M. Cornette, :Mrs.C. A Junior Christian Endeavor the Garden Club officials. It

M. Allen, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick is for public use and all residents.
Society was organized Wednesday
i ,';1'' :Mrs.: R. C. Gramere, Sr., and Mrs. Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Henry afternoon with Mrs. Wallace Arey are invited to enjoy its advantages. FOR SALE, RENT or LEASE-Stpre

W. M.. Redelsheimer'of Miami visited Davis and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff.Mrs. as sponsor.. Officers elected were: Many new and worthwhile booksare building, 100 x 25, tile, July' I*.

'i friends here Friday. Miss Hazel V. C. Woodward 'conductedthe Mary Louise Thomas, president; found on its shelves. 1942. See Cottrell Motors, Moor

Prince accompanied them to Miami. business meeting. / : Rachel Miner, vice president; Car- Haven, or First Bank of Clewis...
I Others attending were Mrs. D.
line Berner, secretary; ,Shirley Probably ',No More ton. J-12-2tp.
R. J. Blount Mrs.
of Fort B. Allen, .Mrs. ,.
Norma Jean Thaggard
Owen treasurer Nevin Gardner,
;
I Hillary Burke, Mrs. C. .R. Krueger,
week here
Myers is spending this chairman. This organiza
I with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs. H. C. program tion for boys and girls from 9 to Florida Fairs Until Kay, Mr. Brorein, Mr. Jackson, R.,

Mrs. ,B. L. Thompson.I Meador, Mrs. Eldon Walker and 14 will meet every Wednesday afternoon J. Bin-nicker, F. ,J. Gannon, L. A,.
After
The DurationTAMPA
Mrs. A. H, Vann. '
Bize, J. A. Griffin, Ray B. Crallet
i I Ii at 3:30 in the church.
I :: M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. W. H. i Nevin Gardner will lead the meeting .- M. B. Fisher and David E. Smiley.:

,J Lanier, Mrs. G. A. Yon, Sue Von BUFFET SUPPER I fAT KEEN June 17.
HOME SATURDAY NIGHT: on June 10-(FNS)-Although -
I' :Mach and Dolores Yon were visitors The Community Church wel- the Army has taken over $13,850.00 WORTH OF SAVINGS
: Tuesday in I West ,Palm Beach. -affiliatedwith
all who not BONDS1 ARE PURCHASED
I A group. of friends enjoyed a comes are the Fair Grounds and in all prob-

Land Mrs. J. H. buffet supper at the home of Mr. i a local church to join with ability there will be no more Flor-
Mrs. Hubert .
Keen them for study and worship each ida Fairs until after the war, the BROOKSVILLE, June 10-FNS: )
Waldron and and Mrs. Manning Saturday
Pressley, Mrs. Urey :
Sunday morning. Our aim is a'
The surprise Florida Fair & Gasparilla Carnival -Before noon last Monday, citizens.,
Shari Land were visitors Saturday evening. party was a friendly church for those of all ,
Association met last week and
shower''' Mr. and Mrs. re-
in Fort Myers.Dr. complimenting denominations.' of Hernando County purchased
Reddish their first wed- elected Carl Brorein president and
I Carlisle on $13,850.00 worth of war savings-
re-named C. A. McKay first vice
: J., W. Ezelle' and daughter, ding anniversary. 'MINER ENLISTS bonds, a per capita of $2.45 for-
Emma Jane, returned Saturday ,Each of the group except the president, Frank D. Jackson, sec- residing in the county.,
every person
visit with relatives Reddish's 'contributed to the buffet ond vice president, Howell T. Lykes,
from a week's Tt the first 'county in the
I Neal Clark Miner, son of C. E. was :
I treasurer Russell Tvay
secretary,
i! in Graceville, Fla. supper. A shower of appropriate"paper" Miner of Clewiston, was sworn in United States to meet its quota and'
t the and P. T. Strieder, general 111 anagel' -
to.
given
: gifts' were I i as a Coast Guard volunteer In did so in the record time _of th.re.0.,
.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Arey spent honored couple.
l Tampa on Sunday with: the large hours.IS .
Sunday in West Palm Beach. Attending were Mr. and :Mrs. Comprising the executive
group in celebration of the six
; '- Carlisle Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. mittee are J. Edgar Wall, com-j
i Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Wilson months of war. He left this week
I Fred Cato, :Mr. and Mrs. Manning Orleans man, Mr.. McKay, Mr. Lykes, : YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID-
were visitors Sunday in Miami. for New to enter camp for
I Keen, !\II'. and Mrs. Raleigh Mock, _
I, a special training course. L
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson, Mr. I I-,

Mrs. E. W. Durst; Miss Ardis Bol- and :Mrs. Paul Mitchell, Pat Cato MOVES FURNITURE' I

ton and Miss Mildred Durst were and Bernie and Gene Thompson.GramerePrince .

visitors in West Palm Beach yes- \ Parkinson's, Inc., is moving their I SADIE YOUNG :,

terday. N stock of furniture which has beenon "

1 display in the'Cottrell Buildingon !
Mr. and Mrs. 'R/ W. Turk left I ,. :-* ,
Francisco Street, to Moore Ha- is again Senior at
this week for Gainesville where, Mr. Miss Hazel Prince became the operator
ven where a display: room has been j. f
Turk is continuing his work to- bride of Richard C. Gramere, Jr.,!
rented on Main Street adjacent to
wards Master's degree at the in beautiful arid simple
a a ceremouy
the Parkinson store there.
r.'i University of Florida. which took place Saturday night .it Clewiston Inn, Beauty Shop

--- nine o'clock' the home of Mr. Committee I II

Miss Renee Wethington is leaving -. and Mrs. William M. Redelsheimer, Library

'today' for Arcadia and will have I, in Miami. I At 1 Offering a new Victory haircut at $2.00A

her tonsils removed at the Arcadia I I Dr. Everett S. Smith, minister of Holds Meeting

1 General 1 Hospital. ,Mrs. Mary Small the First Christian Church of Miami Victory $8.00
permanent : .
of
is accompanying her for a few days. I I performed the single ring cere- Home Mrs. King I

I mony which was witnessed by '\
friends of the bridal couple. As a
I Mr. and jMrs. W. C. Nail and I Ij I At a meeting of the library com- \ I ,
standardsof
for the
j children, Miriam and Billy, and I setting ceremony mittee, held at the home of Mrs.

; \ Mr. Nail's father, W. F. Nail, moved were white arranged, gladioli at either and side calla of lilies the W. D. King Tuesday afternoon, the A ;:Victory permanent.is easily kept bybrushing

I to Clewiston from Moore Haven annual of library activitiesfor
mantle in the living room, and report .
,
r Saturday. They are residing in the I the just closed was made t.. '
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bowls of daisies and year i > "
Shasta
; roses : '" I' "
W. A. Read residence on the government .
completed the decorations. by' Mrs. W. L. Lott, chairman. i \ .; ",' .-
: reservation. twelve month period
I the
i 'The bride entered with Mr. During
i I Ppdplsheimer by whom she was ending May :31, the library circulated -

Mrs. 1'W.. DeLozier and children -II' 3,193 books and periodicals -
I given in marriage. She wore a
Marion and Billy, left, Wednesday ; collected $64.43 in rental fees, : '
white lace gown of princess .style Ideal ''for Summer.
for their home in Connells- $57.52 in overdue fines and made
I with leg of mutton sleeves, extending -
'ville, Pennsylvania, after visitingfor $105.32 on ,a benefit card party.
in her hands.. Her
several weeks with Mr. and I points over I The library has spent $30.20 for I

: Mrs. I. D. Leydig and family. = finger-tip veil 'of illusion was draped -I .

t \ She from wore a a coronet string of of pearls tiny ruffles.and a 1-=:-:NNNN.:NNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:,,--N ::N,1:":":.':":": :":":":":":":":NNN:":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:N:NNNy : : :-::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brink are -
;
41 gold link bracelet, her gift from y ;
parents of a baby boy, who was :: :!:
"
the groom. The bride's flowers ; ,' .
born in Jackson Memorial Hospital '
were a colonial bouquet of white :: : : A SUNDAY NIGHT 'SPECIALTY :
i Miami, Friday June 5th. The :< :
\ baby has been'named Michael Ridge- loses and steph'anotis.Miss ; :,. .. ',-;.': ",,_ f I )..:
.
Mildred Durst, of Clewis- _
way ounces.and weighed 9 pounds 13 ton, 'who was bridesmaid, wore a : '* BUFFET DINNER 6:30 TO 8WV :t
I'
i :yellow marquisette gown fashionedwith ,, ,. .
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'" a full skirt edged with ruffles. : ,'" '; .
-i t! ) Mrs. Charles Congdon, accom :;: :, '. ::;
She carried a bouquet of pink
panied by Miss Lois Alexander of '' ,: ; fIce'-:;
Radiance roses. The groom's at- : -
-: Fort Myers, left this week! for Los ::: : :
e tendant was John Cockrill, of : J :s:
Angeles. Miss Alexander's .. Ij' ., '
I mar- ;
"
.s.'s'
I Clewiston.Mrs. i .1 ..1. ..
.f riage to James 's' l"i;..: \ : 1 .s.
Congdon will take R. C. Gramere, Sr., motherof .
I place the latter part of this month the groom, chose a floral jersey ::: f. .0.:":":N N N:N N":":":N:M:N':N:":N:":":N:N N:":":":N:":":..:..:..:N: :-
:s:
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in California. .!. ,/ '.;;
gown and wore a corsage of gar-
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denias. 'i' ; : I

I'I Jack Charley- accompanied by a After the ceremony, guests were ;.

friend, Robert Holser, of, Brooklyn, I entertained at a buffet supper and TheClewistonNNNNNN. Inri- !

y '1 11, came up from Fort Myers for a : reception at the Redelsheimer home. .. R ,

\ short visit Friday with_ friends here. : Roses were. used as decorations anda y

The boys are members of the 98th tiered wedding cake topped witha y.s. A .:.

Bomb Squadron and are being miniature bridal couple occupiedthe 's'r ..}:,

transferred from Fort Myers to center of the lace-covered bride's .:s.: ..:..:..: :..:..:N': :..:..:..:..:...:..:..:NN:..:..:..:.:,:..:..:NN:. :::
i Lakeland. table. White tapers at each end ;
I
of the table shed a soft light over 'y.. .f ..s...

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Haynes and the table. .r' ..

l daughter, Valerie, are leaving The bride is the daughter of J. co A "Cocktail Hour"
Every Day
I I Clewiston this week after several M. Prince, of Pahokee, and has | ,

I d I months' residence here. Mr.. Haynes lived in Clewiston for several years. ... .s.

I i(I.I i is Embry-Riddle:: being transferred Flying to School the new in She iston was Inn connected Beauty Shop.with the Mr. Clew-Gra- :|;: FROM 6 TO 7' IN THE COCKTAIL LOUNGE. TWO "' ::::

, ''I: Union City, Tennessee.. Mrs. Haynes mere, a former resident of Clewis- ,

I \ and ''Valerie will spend the summer ton, is employed by Pan American | DRINKS WILL BE SERVED FOR THE' j

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II at the Huckleberry Mountain Ferrying service in Miami, where

Artists Colony near Hendersonville, the couple will make their home at
!ii i N. :|: ,.' PRICE OF ONE. j:
C.
Mrs. Haynes will
join the 791 Northwest 43rd Street ; ..s.I .
i II leaching staff of the colony, which The couple has a host of friendsin 's. : "' .

I is owned and conducted. by Miss Clewiston wish them c, 'c ., i
to happI- | '" :.

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OUR COMIC ,SECTION SHADOWS are in reality, when
sun shining'' the most
conspicuous thing in a land .
I scape, next to the highest lights.

I ,Ruskin..

B'rU Sorvr, Pity makes the world soft to
i the weak and noble to the
strong Arnold.
Little Stories AboutWellKnown PETERB.
The bravest battle that ever was
People:
fought 6
;
Pearson and Allen like to tell this Shall I tell you where and when?
.story about F. D. R. When he PEEVE On the maps of the world you will
was a young lawyer he was retained find it not:
to handle a difficult civil case. The (uk/y .r ..qOSPL It was.fought by the mothers of men
rival attorney was an effective jury YYa JOAQUIN MILLER .
pleader and he completely outshonehis The only good copies are
youthful rival in the argumentto r COL0 2t 4y3FLAG 'j those which exhibit the defectsof

the jury. However, he made one ( DQy bad originals.-La Rochefou-
fatal mistake. He orated for sev a '%r4 Ue t1O D cauld.

eral hours. As he thundered on,, .
Roosevelt noticed the jury wasn't
paying much attention. So when r
his turn came he rose and said: Playing the Game ,

"Gentlemen, you have heard the ev .
K I II
idence. You also have listened to Oh I Unseen Power that rules
my distinguished colleague, a bril- r and controls the destinies of the
liant orator. If.you believe him and children of earth; teach me the

disbelieve the evidence, you will decide (WNU Service) symphony of life so that my nature
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in his favor. That's all I haveto L----J may be in tune with Thine If

say." I win, crown me with the laurels
The jury was out only five min- (I RI lU HEY MlsraI\ 1 WISH Id CALL YOUR fitting to be worn by a victor, and
utes and brought in a verdict far 'I Ill I ll PEEVE Y0u\// ATTENTION To YOUR FLAG? if I fall, may it be with my face f

F. D. R.'s client. (GOT Y0URHAN6IN6 FIAT WINDOW 'NE 57AR5I to the 'foe, fighting 'manfully, and
: WRON ( INJI4E falling, fling to the host behind- ,
I Thi114
This is the reason for the H. i,. J' ) SFIOVLP BE play up, play up, and play the
that goes before Mencken's name. S.cOTNEIZCoR.N>rR game.-William J. Robinson.

As a youth he had a little printing : ; r, --
business and used to print cards

with his name on for advertising PERFECTGROOMIUJ .
purposes. But his father smashedall
M 1IDJlBNE
his black letter lower case "r's"so \
he had to print his name,H. L. HAIR TONIC:
Mencken-instead of Henry L., and t
that's the way it has remained
When armored knights met, it
was customary for each knight to ,
Years in Wisconsin, a
young
ago
raise the visor of his helmet as a
man was chopping wood and 'acci-
means of identification. This ges-
dentally hit himself in the foot with
ture has come down through all
He moaned and groanedand
the axe. armies in the form of the salute.
face contorted in pain
his was
Traditional, too, is the Armyman's
while his shoe was slowly being re preference for Camel Ciga-
the*wound could be treat-
moved-so
rettes. In the Army, Navy, Marines -
ed. However, when the shoe was
and Coast Guard, actuaL
taken off it was revealed that hewasn't
sales records in their Service
scratched. One of the
even Stores show Camel is the favorite.
onlookers commented that he had a WHAT DOES "ZEao" ;; TO YOU Favorite gift with service men 'Is

wonderful imagination and would MEAN, SIR V also Camels by the carton. Local I
make a great actor. P. tobacco dealers are featuring
His name-Alfred Lunt. c % '
r : : Camel cartons to send to men in
the armed forces anywhere.-Adv.
When the piano Beethoven com-
posed his music on was exhibited in

a European museum, visitors were
given the thrill of sitting down and

playing it. Everybody,took advan- Pain goes quick corns i

,tage of that honor-except Paderewski. .0P you speedily use thin removed BOO thing when,
When the museum guard asked cushioning Dr.Scholl's t
him why he didn't 'sit down and Zinc-pads. TrythemlMan's

play, he replied: "I dp not feel
worthy enough to touch it."


Henry Clay, the eminent states-
man, knew how to say the, right LotI
thing at the right time. A pretty am a man and nothing in
young thing once reproached him man's lot can be indifferent to me.

for failing to remember her name -Terence.DoublePurpose.

But Clay was equal to the occasion / ii* NOTHING. t

replying gallantly: "I didn't

recall your name, because ,when we
last met I was sure your beauty

and talent would soon compel ,you Laxative Gives
to change it."

More Satisfaction
This is one of .the best
squelches we have ever come Don't be satisfied Just to relieve your 1

across. A friend once told Vol- By I, > present constipated condition. Meet
this problem more thoroughly by
taire: "It is good of you to say intestinal system.
toning up your
such pleasant things about an J. Millar Watt For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.

enemy when he always says : .. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
Tonic Laxative. -
Powder-an Intestinal
such nasty things about I
you. and
It not only acts gently
To which Voltaire replied: thoroughly but tones lazy bowel
"Perhaps we are both mistaken. muscles-giving more satisfaction.
." Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
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Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
When Marshal Foch visited' Amer- dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
ica he went to see the Grand Can- to as Biliousness,when causedby.
yon. As he stood looking down into Constipation. Use only as directed. 1
15 doses for only lOc. Large
the depths of the amazing natural I'LL KEEP A SHARP family size 25c. Adv.
wonder, reporters all around him 1.AGLE'EYE: FROMTHI& f& a
waited breathlessly for a comment O(35ERVIN'( f POST d

that would go downtin history. Aft Pop ; iIu o Relieve MONTHLY
er a few minutes of dramatic silence -

the Marshal observed: "Whata
FEMALE PAIN
beautiful place to drop one's moth I
er-in-law!"
If you suffer monthly cramps backache -
nervousness, distress of"Irregularities"
,Among other things, Oliver Wen- -due to functional
disturbances-try Ljvlia: E.
dell Holmes was a doctor, but he C Plnkham's monthly Vegetable Compound: at
wasn't very successful in that pro. oncel I Plnkham's Compound la one
fession. Seems that people were a / medicine especially you for women.can buy today-made

bit doubtful about the flippant medico Taken regularly thruout the

who posted this sign above his s'P month helps build-Pinkham's up resistance Compound against
shingle f"Small fevers' gratefully re nBell such symptoms. Follow label directions -
ceived." worth trying

LYDIA E. PINKHAM' COMPOUND

Among the better tales about Cal- Syndicate. Inc.-WNU Service
vin Coolidge's brevity is this: A reporter -
o was interviewing him. "Do 1
;you wish to say anything about pro WERE. cSURROUNDET}
hibition?" he asked. i POP! SOMEONE HOT BEACONS of
"No." ,- r ME FROM OVER THIS

"About" the farm bloc?" WAYS -S FETY-

,"No. \. 0
"About" the World Court?" OLike a beacon light on

"No. OKE the height-the advertise-
The reporter turned to go. "By
the way," said Coolidge, "don'tquote ments in newspapers direct
me." o you to newer, better and

lc5kATTERrL4J easier ways of providingthe

- Albert Einstein once had the mis- / things needed or'

.fortune to be a guest at.a very dull P ) desired. It shines, this
party. Throughout the evening ( r beacon of newspaper c
wild At
yawns ran the end of
advertising-and it will bet
:the affair the host remarked sym By 0
1
;pathetically to him: "I'm afraid you your advantage to follow
C. M. Payne
were terribly bored" Einstein it whenever you
smiled and replied: "No. On occa- I .. make a purchase.
.sions like this I retire to the back oJ JWNU 1 .i -

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of certificate, $1.50; Clerk's search,
DRAINAGE DISTRICT TAXES. lands is available for public in-
,--:. j $4.80; Abstract information, spection during the business hoursat

j ..:' TOO LATE TO f $17.20; Court costs $23.25 ; Master, the office of the Tax Collectorfor
-:.' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County of Hendry in the
0:. $5.00; Witness fee, $4.00 ; Clerk's all lands delinquent on July 1, 1942, Court House at LaBclle, Florida, and
.:. recording fee, $7.50 ; "Special Tax for non-payment of EVERGLADES inquiries as to lands included In said
..:. DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes for the delinquent list, by mail or by telephone -
.:. CLASSIFY Attorney," $31.84 and $25.00 year of 1941, or so much thereofas I or In person, during business
.:. with just about everything in the may be necessary to' pay the hours' will be fully answered by the
'.i. X amount due for taxes on said lands office of said Tax Collector.
.... -- .*. Court House getting a break but for' said year, together with the cost R. N. MILLER,
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of sale specified in the laws govern-
: the janitor. Tat Collector of Hendry
... ing said District will be sold at
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" .:. By RUSSELL KAY \ _|. Now let's consider the case of public auction beginning at twelve( I June 5, County 12, 19,, 26 Florida., 1942.
:: I who o'clock noon on the 1st day of July, I
I the other widow was wealthy 1942, at the front door of the Court _
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:: President Florida Press Association | and wise. She owed the same state House in the City of LaBelle, Florida,
\.. and IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
until said sale
continuing Is
1 ... . . . . . . ; - - -.:.. and county a total of $183.59. She
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Florida's vicious fee system and to make another check torney" too, but she paid no at-

i delinquent tax collection racket is for $431.03, It didn't make sense, tention to it. She let her property -

going a long way toward offsetting but the "special' attorney" said go to. sale and a relative boughtit

i all, the pretty picture books andglanorous "You can pay it, or else"-so the back at the Court House door,

II State Exhibits employ- frantic widow begged and borrowed settling thetaxes for $18.36, or ten

I'Il I' ;I ed to entice people to this com some more. cents on the dollar, throwing the

I monwe lth.'While Jn patience and humility she state and county for a loss of I
had met demand of a friendly I
every $165.23.The .
it may be a glorious haven
who and benevolent state and county, of turning delin-
for the smart tax dodger practice
could she have' her
"Please
knows all the tricks, and a delightful now quent tax collections over to A
could NOT. It
paradise for the political favo- pr.operty-She "special attorney" is costing the
seemed there had been another
rites who ride the gravy train, Florida taxpayers of this state millions of
I chamber} little oversight. In his eagernessto unjust and exhorbi-
is a medieval torture ; dollars, while
I I widow the nice
for the poor unfortunate, uninitiated help a poor tant "fees" and "costs" milk themat
attorney" had entirely
property owner and taxpayer when "special everyturn. Tax dodgers are not
I
\ overlooked another little item of
the "system" entangles him in its called to account. and the honest

I fl ,greedy meshes. $7.50. Like a midway "grind," it taxpayer is penalized outrageously.No .
r. seemed to be a case of "Never givea
A shining example of how' the break." wonder people are beginningto l
sucker a
: } "system" works is evidenced in the The friend paid the $7.50 under form taxpayers' associations and lI I '

I ,: cases of two widows, one a poor protest and got a receipt, but no wanting to know "HOW COME!" ,
I : non-resident property owner, the 1 1I
cancelled certificates, and demanded I
I other a wealthy socialite of one of an explanation of the charges Haphazard spending on food and (

: our best families. : that forced a person to pay $438.53 clothing is, an insult to the men 1I I ?use in

I : The 'non-resident widow owned a I in order to settle a $318.44 tax in khaki and blue. Your dollars,

,1 sm'all cottage and two adjoining I bill. It was ALL perfectly legal invested in War Bonds, will move AIR

I' lots, rented for $10 a month, which and according to Hoyle. Here's tanks and float ships.

.she had struggled to hold in the I J
I I _ _ _ CONDITIONEDDependable
I hope that it would serve as a FlorIda -

i home in her declining years. NOTICE

;1 Bereaved through the loss of her '
Notice, -is hereby given that the following described lands, or so. much .,gomjo/ll
; lusband, without funds, she found thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
herself unable to the taxes. opposite to the same, together, with the costs or such sale and advertising,
I pay will be sold at public auction on the sixth day of July, A. D.. 1942t beginning -
i She might have enjoyed the 'at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the CIty of Clewlston, Service

benefits of the Murphy Act if she Florida R. Y. PATTERSON,

:lad quit paying soon enough, but Tax Collector, City of Clewiston. I Low Fares

unfortunately her delinquency came

later and finally she received notice Amount of I

that her little property was to be DESCRIPTION OF LAND ': OWNER --- Taxes Costs and Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

:sold for taxes. and the North.
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Unable to hire a flock of tax experts Lot 1, Block 6 P. S. Maynard _____.___$50.30
Lot 23, Block 22 __..__ J. E. Beardsley, Agent __..___.. 6.30 Northbound
I or high priced attorneys, and Lots 30, 31, 32, Block' 23 ___ Colts, Inc. ______.. : ._.._.._.M. 21.30 Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1:25 PM
II 1 assuming that all she need do to (I Lot 31, Block 26. _.r._.?_ ..__ \ J. E. Beardsley Agent ____ 5.30 Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM 6:55.PM Costs Less than Orivin
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Lots ,3, 4, 19 and 20 __ Elbert L. Stewart __._____ 20.30 Ar. LAKElAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM I
save her property was to pay the Lot 8, Block 139 ____ J. E. Beardsley, ,Agent __..____ 5.30 Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
I' $318.44 in back taxes, she appealed Lot 19, Block 139 ___ Joseph Robbins ___..____..- 4.70 JACKSONVILLE ,- 3:15 PM il:45 PM Way Trip
I Lot 11, Block 141 _-'--_ B. C. Flanlken _.____..__.._.__ 5.30 Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM
I to a friend in Florida for help, Lot 15, Block' 146 -.....- ---' Jewel Sigler _w......______.._._.____ 4.30 Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : $ 4:70 1.65: $ 300:
asking that the taxes be paid with Lots 9 and 10, Block 161 ...::-' Hendry County Motors, Inc., ____ 8.30 8S0
she had bor- Lot 5, Block 162 ,?_.___...._ Leon Bembry _____.--.:__ 3.50 Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.0S
I money managed to Lot 6, Block 162 __.____: .. W., A. Davis ....__._....._.....____.....- 3.50 Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.3S 4.25
Lot 13, Block 162 _._.___ Mary Hayes Davis _._._..__._ 6.30 ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
: TOW.The friend, glad to help this distressed Lot 14, Block 162 __.___ Mary Hayes Davis __._______ 3.50 1 DIRECT CONNECTIONS. AT JACKSONVIllE, TALlA. TALLAHASSEE 6.2S 11.25
Lot 7; Block 167 ___ J. E. Beardsle, Agent _.........,_.::._ 5.30 J HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
, I. soul, went to the tax cols Lot 2, Block 168 ________ William J. Harty ......_.._......::...._..._._ 3.50 I fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.1S
,:; lector's office only to be informed Lot 9, 'Block 172 ___?__L..._ .' A. O. Ward __.____.T____...:,,_.=-- 6.30 MACON .. 7.25 13.03.
Lot 10, Block 172 _-.-----.:- : A. O. Ward =--'-_.____ '5.30 5.80"; '
-that the whole matter _. __ _.. : Agent Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 10.4.5lVr
was now Lo 14. Block' 172 :: : ; J. E. "':--0--- 5.30
in the hands of a "special attorney. Lots 11, 12, Block 173 '.___._.__ J. F. Tippey _.____.._- _;.___ 10.30 CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.as
Lot 4. Block 176 _._.....:____._. Ruth R. Beardsle _..._.?_..._.__?._ 6.30 Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.0i
, ) The kind attorney who helped Lot 8, Block 176 ._::______... Victor :[. Robins Sr. -..__....___? 6.30 CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
I people'with, their tax problems Lot 20, Block 176 ____ Dora GImpel ..._;__..._.._....-/:-._._.._..___ 7.30 ReturnIng NEW YORK 15.85 28."
Lots 21, 22, Block 176 __.__ Ruth R., Beardsley ___.'.._._...._...._?_ 114.30 Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
I ; was not in his office but the young Lot 24, Block 176 -___,. Ruth R. Beardsley ___...'_.._....._ 8.30 Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM, 4:55 AM
lady in charge explained that youdidn't : Lot 27, Block 176' _______._ W C. J. Hermann _.__._.:__._.__ 4.30
Lot 29, Block 176 _.___._ W. J. Costello ___________-_ 4.30
really need to SEE the guy, Lot 30, Block 176 ___ Jas F. Costello ,j.____?.._._.__ 4.30 DR.. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
! she could take the dough if you Lot 36, Block 176 _.___.__._ Ruth R. Beardsley __._____ 5.30
' Lot 34, Block 201 -_..___._ J. B. Sigler ...___..___.._.,--_.___ 40.30 PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
wanted to pay your taxes. Lots 4, 5, Block 202 _....__._.___ B. C. Flaniken ..__.. ___.........._...._.._..._ 8.30
After a hurried look at the records Lot 9, Block 207 ....._.._._....._..__ Ira T.' 'Doxsee ._._._ ._.._..______?__ 4.30
l Lots 7, 8, 9. 10, Block 208 R. R. Hooks ...._..__.\_.__?_._.?_.__ 12.30
the clerk nonchalantly announced Lot 22, Block 355 .__.__.__ J. Woodward Sutphen ._.....__..___ 2.30
that it came to exactly Lot 4, Block 358 _...___.___ ,J. E. Beardsley, Agent _.:.____ 4.30
40428. "But Lot 19, Block 358 .__._._.____ W: C. J. Hermann _..._..____..__....__ 4.30
' stammered the Lot 16, Block 361 _....____ J. E. Beardsley', Agent .'-...___ 5.30
t -widow's friend, "I understood it Lots 1; 2, Block 363 ,_."__'" J. B. Sigler _.._..__..._._ _....___.._.... 28.30
'$318.44. her Lot 12, Block 363 _____.:_ H. L. Davis ...__.._._..__.___.__..,_._ 32.30 /
L was only : Smacking Lot 13, Block 363 --.___.._ Ruth R. Beardsley _.:.._._...___.._...:. 50.30 I oall N'usak frrv z ,
t i gum, the charming receptionist patiently Lots 34, 35, Block 369 _____ N. C. Smith _....___.____:?..____ 12.30
explained that the additional Lot 38, Block 370 _.._._____.._ Ruth R. Beardsley ..._.._.__?___..._.. 5.30
Lot 18, Block 372 _.........__._._ C. T. Clark __.....__...___._.__::__._ 2.70
charge covered "costs" and "fees." Lots 32; 33, Block 377 _.____ American Oil Co. ...__._-_____._ 22.30
I This necessitated telegraphing Lot 19, Block 378 _.._..____ Mabel Rankin Hay ___._...?_..___._.. '32.30
i Lot 13, Block 385 ___.______. L. O. Holdsworth ________.._ 5.30
: and explaining, but a few days! later Lot 17, Block 385 ___..____ L. O. Holdsworth __.......__._..?._..__ 4.30
a check was mailed to the Lots 1, 2; Block 389 .._.__.1....__' W. A. Bishop _._._____.__._._ 36.30
Lot 5, Block 451 .......?...-.._-.-__ Wade L. Winn _.__..__..__..._.....___... 30.30
"special attorney" for $404.28. It Lot 1, Block 453 ____:.___.___ '\C. A. Davis __.._...___..____?__ 4.30
''I was promptly returned with a' Lot 34, Block 453 .-_:.___.__ 'V. A. Davis ____._.._.__...._.._...._._... 5.30
Lot 35, Block 453 __..___....___ \V. A. Davis .._._.._..__.__.._...__._.._.. 6.30
curt note to the effect that through Lot 12. Block 495 -..._.._,...___.._ Ruth R. Beardsley .__.......__._.._.?_. 28.30
! a "mistake" certain "costs" had Lots 13, 14, Block 495 -.--_..__. Ruth R. Beardsley __._._.____.__... 6.70
, Lot 15, Block 498 __.___.___.__ R. N. Miller _._?..:..._.__.__...._.__._..._ 2.30
I been overlooked and it would be Lot 14, Block 505 ._-.__....-..-_.._ 1V H. Heagerty and Co. _..__.__._ 1.30 I .
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AN(J TIE information on various subjects Greeley, famous editorof

? II ? the old New York Tribune, was
t'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-ot'-o C'.C.C.C.C.t'-o C.C'..C.C' t'-ot'-ot'-ot'-o C.C.C'-.C't'ot'oII notoriously absentminded.One .

\ The Questions 7. Which is the oldest royal fam- cold Sunday morning, Mr. On Time, Too? She Gave It to Him
ily in the world? Greeley stepped into the Tribune "They're going to remove your "You're looking downcast, old
II 1. Whose motto was this: "Ev office after church. Taking off his father's appendix, dear." man. What's on your mind?"

erything comes to him who hustles The Answers boots, he sat down before one of "Goodness! Has he got that on "A piece of my wife's."
while he waits"? the hot-air registers to warm his the instalment plan?" .
2. What' was the "Invincible 1. Thomas Edison. feet and read the papers. -So That's It!
f' \"'\.) Armada"? 2. King Phillip of Spain's fleet After a while the janitor hap- Famous last words: Recruit (to It was at a musical comedy. "Whyare

I' 3. What fraction of a mile is a that tried to capture England in pened by and, seeing the boss commanding officer)-"I've been all the" men in the front rows bald-
furlong? 1588. there, exclaimed: "There's no here two months now, how abouta headed? she ashed.
"Because their tickets
4. How many railroads enter the 3. One-eighth. heat coming up from downstairs, raise? from scalpers they,".he bought replied.
City of Chicago? 4. Forty-one. Mr. Greeley. The boiler is being --

5. In American political history 5. Slavery. fixed." Same Jean "There was a time when I be-
i the Free-Soil party sought to restrict 6. California. The editor glowered at the man. Jones-They say brunettes have lieved my husband, but that was
I II what? 7. The Japanese. The present "You fool;" 'he yelled. "What did better dispositions than blonds. before we were married."-Wife

6. What is the second largest emperor is the 112th of his line, you want to tell me that for? I Jinx-Bunk! Jean has been at court. A case of "wed" and
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urged to keep in close touch } .82 Eighth Ave. New York same song?"

I with their Red Cross chaptersso Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to "It haunts me."
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Address...............,..............' Waste of Time
:S When war was declared whole- Mrs. Bjones had only one fault to
sale cancellation of applications find with her maid. She ignored the

I for discharges from the army on telephone when it rang.
Facts About Flies
"You really must answer the telephone
.the grounds of dependency upset
One of flies to Clarice," she said in exasperaZion.
families' plans for, the immediate pair can multiply .

future. Likewise, the transfer of 335,923,200,000,000 flies in 10 weeks, "Yes'm replied the girl glumly. Talkln1 to a fellow the other day I
troops'from one station to another, if ''all their offspring live, according "Seems sort o' silly, though. Nine times couldn't help think In' that Jots of
and orders for, departure from the "to Alan Devoe in Reader's Di- o' it's !' folks claim they have an open
out ten for you. mind when the fact o' the matterIs
country, left many unsettled prob- gest. In writing about "Our Ene- it's only vacant.
lems. These sudden shifts creat- my the Fly," Devoe says that a Heartily Sick of 'Em Which reminds me that If you
ed an unprecedented increase of fly egg hatches in 24 hours, the Defending his client, who was really think straight about vita-
work for. the larva becomes an adult'fly in less with mins, you'll see why I keep tellln'
chapters. charged 'stealing ducks, the folks about KELLOGG'S PEP. An'
''Ii However, with its resources generously than 10 days. Thereafter. at 10- lawyer put up a strong case. that's because this swell cereal is
fl'! contributed by the American [ W day intervals, for, 8 to 10 weeks, First, he pointed out that,it had extra-rich in the two vitamins
the female 100 The most often short in ordinary mealsB
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, j total for nine generations of a sin- prosecutor had lost ducks
to relieve immediate hard- any ; is a mighty slick-tasting' cereal. f
: ships of the service men's fami- gle pair thus amounts to trillions secondly,. the ducks found ,in the Why don't you try it tomorrow?

lies and to help them plan adjust- I 'of offspring."We accused's house were not the prop-
ments to wartime conditions. must' fight continuously erty of the prosecutor; thirdly, the M/"JIP Ip
against adult flies that get into accused had provided an absolute
I Officials stress the fact that our houses;wielding old-fashioned alibi. .

this service to dependents is swatter, spraying, using fly, Then, just as the judge.began to A delicious cereal that supplies per serving
(1 oz.): the full minimum daily need of
"
a legal and moral obligation of, paper, says Devoe., sum up, the man in the dock askedif vitamin D;1/4 the daily need of vitamin Bi.
the Red Cross derived from its
he could say something. When

I "congressional charter. Hence_ ...., r ?ret'lIphl'ILIIII'llUhI permission was_ given, he remarked r
when families seek help 'from I ; -. *."- .4 -- ,
I Will of .BattleshipAmerican I : -
the Red Cross in coping with 'that
"All I've got to say is' I'm
difficulties caused the soIdier's (
by .darned sick of those ducks. I wish toO//HINDS GIANT
absence they are not "
naval vessels have I'd never seen them!
asking either favors or charitybut 7272 their own bank accounts in whichare SALE ONlY 49 fOR

'a service which is theirs deposited 'profits made from A Bright One BIG $1 SIZE !

by governmental right. GET} your rug cotton and begin the canteen store, soda fountain, The older resident at'No. 10 was L

I Young wives, and children. left on this crocheted Indian, rug! laundry, barbershop and tailoring surprised to see the new tenant( at
! stranded far from home; parents It's lovely in any room and, of service, and from which' are with- No. 8 hard at work in his garden
r I. who are hard-pushed to make ends course, you can do it in four drawn money for welfare and rec- before breakfast. So he remarked: y {,, yrM

I i meet; younger ''brothers and sisters strands of string, too. reational purposes, says Collier's. "Fancy you getting down to it so

;j ; \ in need of food or clothing Recently the U.S.S. Augusta madea early! I'd never have thought of
:' these are just a few of the thou- will directing that in case she such a thing."

,': sands of situations which are being USEHOLDYTS becomes a total loss her bank "Neither should I;"'" said the
taken care of by local Red balance is to go to the Navy Relief tenant at No. 8 dismally. "It, was
Cross home service'workers. e society. the wife's idea."

i \ If a service man is reported I f..
: killed, wounded or missing the Red
Cross will obtain information NEW ll DDEAS E
through its communication facili A fine spread 'for lunch sand-

ties. The men of the armed forcesare wiches: Cover a pound of dried M
dlo.me-
likewise served by the thou apricots with water and' cook until M. 4 v

sand or more field workers tender. Then add an equal
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on dutyat By RUTH WYETH SPEARS
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all major military and naval quantity of apples (in bulk) and ;:- .'o7aRR
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stations at home and abroad. The cook all together. When it is -J CHINTZ check over things on hand. Moss,
minds of men on duty are relieved cooked, sweeten to suit the taste. COTTON horsehair and even fathers from
by'the knowledge that,the Red discarded upholstered pieces may UMITED TIME

Cross will help clear up the unsettled Luggage, brief cases, men's o be sewn in a cheese,cloth bag and
\. problems they left behind. belts, books, leather chairs, ,card washed before using again. Worn AT TOiler.GOODS !

Prepared Exclusively for WNU. cases, purses and handbags shouldbe draperies and bedspreads usually .
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do is an effort, do as millions do-chew a servingof .
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;)>AGJ.; 'TEN' :'_ THE CLEWISTOX NEWS 1 '. FIIIDAY, JUNE 12, 1043 1


oard Asks "Applicants," Mrs McGehee con- a party of hunters who I invadedthe to Pt of beg., W 669 ft. .:.:.' -5 ,,t:
Welfare $ help establish their : S 100 ft. E 669 ft. N. .' .' .
tinued, "may Big Cypress hunting grounds, 100 ft. to beg. .......__._..__ 32 42 29 1% C. C, Cook .__ .:.. ". \ : 1.48 1
J.W
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Assistance need by bringing in property deeds, for which they paid $160 in fines imfenhaiiglin Add s to '-Y 1. '-. .

ForPublic insurance papers, bank statementsand and court costs. Lalielle, Strip of Land .,. ;.' _..
"
356 ft. Wide Off IVEVi L
-.. I other information which wouldenab Arrests were made in the Ever- of NKVt ....._.. ._.__. 32 ..c'i S. S ;
Lots 8 to 12, 21 _......._.... -
gasoline the visitor to gain an Friday --- Mrs. M. A. Burnette ___ 1.12
e ac- glades breeding grounds by
Hampered by and tire Lots 14 to 17 ....._.....-.- Mrs. L. M. Jennings .-:..__ .90
restrictions which prevent staff curate knowledge of their circum I Game Warden Frank Turner. Without North T.allelle, a part or. '
In this connection I feel AWJ,4 of NI:'/ -.. ...__ 32429
words all
stances. they
and a waste of
making as many home Blk 2, Lot 1 E
from % -- Unknown _. :___._ .58
refererice: calls as in the past, the that it is informative to state that pleaded guilty to hunting in the Lots 9, 10 ?_ .--- J. J. Fussell -__- ______ .60! L

)I I under state and federal laws assistance breeding grounds before County Lot 14Block -____.___....___ + J. W. Whldden ...._____._ .58
District '8 Welfare Board is asking 3, Lots 1. to 3 ,-.- T. E. Hedges, Est. _.__ 483
local applicants for public assistance I I is given by the welfare Judge R, H.. Harris, promptly paid Lots 7 to 15 ______..___ U. G. Hedges ___* 1.78

for their cooperation in 1 board only to those ,who are in need, charges amounting to $40 each, and Block 12, Lots 1, 8 to 12', U. G. Hedges ___*____ .90 .1

in the amount which home.Second Lots 20, 28 _.-----.. Unknown ._________. .61
and then only left for
Securing necessary information to I Lot 21 ---....__.._______ Conrad Compaguir __ .58
.their applications. represents the difference between Lot 25 -_._____ C. H. Hall ___ .53
%u port their income and their reasonable Lots 29. td 36 _-_.- U. G. Hedges *'_'__''','_'__ '1.12
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, district board Barge Trip With Block 13, Lots 1 to._4 '--- C. H. Hall __..:.-...___ .90
member from Hendry County, today living expense. In determining I Lots 5, 6 ".'_"'_?_"___'_ Allen Cook __.______ .69
consideration 'of i Lot 20 -..------ W. H. Crawford .____ .58
suggested that applicants could be grants, course, Oil Is Now UnderwayHendry I Lot 25 -_..___..___ Mrs. L. M. Jennings M __ .58 J

helpful by bringing to the district must also be given io the amount of Lots 26 to 32 ._:...______ Allen Cook _____.____..__ 1.83
available' and the numberof Block 17,_ Lot 4 _____ Mrs. S. C. Whidden Est. .58
welfare office such data as they money Lots 10, 11 ...___..__.*._-=-: .. Frank E. Hutchinson _' .69
eligibles." Lots 21 to 21 _.__..___ _
( County News) -- :: U. G. Hedges _.__ .78
possess. Lots 25 to 36 _.__.__--=- ;:: Sam L Farabee ::::== 205: 6

In connection with Old-Age As I The tug "Pioneer is scheduledto Blk. 26, Lots 11,:12 .....-?._.- S Chas. E. Hill Est. *_.__ 3.74
sistance, he ,said: Practical i Joker Has thlOUglf: the' Caloosahatchee- Lots 13, 14 ____.__- ."''I{ U. G. Hedges _.___ .69
pass : Blk. 27 .. .
interested I Lot 3 W% -- ":: G. E. FisherSolomon _.__' .69
"Persons who are in Okeechobee waterway today with a Beg. at SW Cor of SE'/ ' of NE'i. N 209 ft. E 103 ,r, .,.
applications for Old-Age Fun With .
making Druggists steel barge carrying
second tow, a ft. S 209 !to W 103 ft. to : \ ;,

Assistance can speed up the process about 160,000 gallons of gas for beg. _..............................:................_.._ 32 42 29 ,Whidden ..,___.. 5.19

of establishing their eligibility if delivery to Miami. The journeywas Beg at NE Cor of SEVi of \':, *. '.,> '. :. ".' ", 1 ....- :


they pel'Sand will bring look to through the welfare their pa-of- the HOLLYWOOD Hollywood, June Herald 10 tells-(TNS howa ) to by Fort inland Myers waterway then through from 'Tampa the AV NEU.L ir.W ft.St.669,to ft.E?jJ t kf: ::; ::> : ': ':.:: t:;(''I ; ti; \


fice any available material that practical joker had fun with local cross-state waterway. to E ; j : ., ,
to ',6 Sec. line E 817 ft. ... ,
to prove their age and resi- druggists last week by calling made last '' .? -.r' ,' ; .'f'Ja'i ;,- :*e!l .
serves
The first trip was to Section line, N to Beginning : ': ::. : -
dence. In the case of the foreign them on the phone to' inquire if week when smaller tug towing I .....?........._.........._.._...- 32 42 29OaU 27 ,; W. F.. -.Daniels ...R'--.I., .f'X.... 8.04
.. 32 42 29 S
: I'.irk: sudMixioii -- '. > .
born, citizenship papers must also they had any "Builit Cologne.. A 70,000 gallons passed through: Lots 31 tc 33, 36 ..._............_.... Unknown .:._.___.__. '< : ,.;..1.33 I

be produced.'Applicants. leading druggist sent his clerks here traveling east from Fort NE'{ of NW%, of SW* 32 42 29 10 T.,. Williams ;..- ;1.02
... ; .
Beg NE Cor of NEi of .. .
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be 65 of scurrying to check the perfume : .
; must years Myeis. and bound for Jacksonville. SE( W 817 ft. to E -" > .. "r.. .
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age or older, and this fact must be counter sand regretfully reported For the benefit of tiaftic which line Bridge St. RWY S ...''- rti' {,.,'.: ', .j.;
that had in stock but & Parallel St. RWY f ,.. '-.... ,..:. -'Q'l -
they none _
established by proof. It is not pos- of '. ,. ..
will follow it is keeping a log 642,5 ft. E 889 ft. to / : ; r-. '- \ .
sible for the welfare board to accept would try and get some. progress for the army engineers and Pt S of' beg.. N to beg. 32 42 29'C.: C. Cook: -:-;.-- :5.79

:the statement of the applicant One druggist, recognizing the other federal agencies. No particular E1f.s SW'i of' Wof of SE.--Lot 1 mMannings 32 '42. ''.- 29 ,,9.%' .<:-'C. J."C., '.Cok." '.: ..._''.:.'.<_.il.l1TAn :: ":. ; ".,. .'f:2.73

alone, and affidavits from relatives gag, promptly replied that I the effort, it was explained, is Add. to '. : ., \. .I.: ". I.'.!}, .
)legg. 50 ft. X of XAV '
.:Sue not. considered satisfactory evi-I RAF has "piiorities" on "Burnt being made to make time, the pur- Cor of ;n C, nnxers ," x :" I. <:':.)" '. ':. j ,:<.._ :>.. .;.; t
Uerice. Affidavits, in fact are date it Add. to Laltelle, N 6 .' \ .4.deg. .
Cologne" to but was expected pose being to establish that the ; ._.. '. ,: : ;. "
r. :: :
., E C30 ft., H 411 ; '. t
rarely used, except from persons to be available to Americans route can be used and to note dif- ft., S G dc.g., W C30 ft., ., "J! '. : ;" :;. ::, '.: .' ...'.( ,_
to
,who have known the applicant all just as soon as our Air Force got I ficulties 'which can be ironed out W 111 ft. to beg. In ( t :;?; '..' b- .; i
32 42 29 t .
his life and can give specific information into 'action over Germany. for subsequent trips. Some delay 1..0"1"9':& of SOD'/i -:::- :;= '. G.> A. .Hill".':.:..::...,.. f.'__...::..-. ." .73
regarding his age. More Dell MillTerracewSd., "
.
was reported to have been ,occasioned .. 'I

acceptable sources of proof are old Invade Big Cypress by war time regulations against SH'of/ of swy SW'/i&. .'V,_/_.__ofM1 _._ 32 42 29 "5 ..--=:.'r

family Bibles. U. S. and State travel at night it Is understood tint' Lot 4 .....__ _.._._..__..._.._.._._ ".. Jane Hune .___._,____._ j!:- .53
Census old voting registrations, Grounds And Lots 5 to 9.M'12 to 19 7' Dr Ethel Eisner ____.;_ .2.09'Lots : I
_
Hunting this rule will be abrogated if reg- 10 143'5; ':Mrs. O. D. Hatfield ___' ,78

church records, marriage certificates ular service is instituted. Lots 23, 24 _.........__......:.._..__ k: %, -''-;, '. Mra. Emma Freeman .?__ 7g
.
:
U.' S. Army and Navy records, Are Fined $40 Each Lots 11, 25 to -28, 34 to 44 ,; ...".. T. L.. Williams _.___ .!)O'
Both the tow to Jacksonvilleand Lots 29 to 31 ._ ____._., ..p' *' '.: Leola B. Crews _'__ :78
medical and hospital records, old r- the one down the gulf to Fort Lots 53 to 55 ..u._._._..._____?_ ... .' Tax Delinquent _'_ .90
insurance policies, old hunting 'licenses Lots 59 to 62, 65 'to 81 ..j; '. .>:, Tax Delinquent ..__.__,__:- '3.12
:Mr.! and Mrs. brooks Batemanand Myers and "across to Miami is being Lots 82, 83. 92 ........._..__i_ ; S Unknown _...____.____ .78
> and citizenship papers. W. H. May of Palm Beach sponsored by Gordon Duke, headof Lots k84 to 91, 93 ....______:- <} ;: Tax De lnquent _"_'.-_,- 1)6
Mrs. 'McGehpe pointed further Lots 94, 96, 97, 99 to 105 ."t Tax Delinquent -.,.-.-_- 1.66
out County together. with a negro servant the Southeastern' Oil Co., an in- Lot !98 ....______............_......__._...._ '., ;-." Unlno"n' _........___.__._____ .53 1
that applicants for Old-Age Assistance __...._ ___. :.." -: '.
named E. B. Wone, made up dependent concern at Jacksonville. Lots 109 to 115' ,I. : Tax Delinquent ___ 1.23
or Aid to the Blind should Lots 118 to 122 124 to 132 /",: :::1"'r Tax Delinquent _._..-_:_ '..1.99
Lots 136 to 142, 141 to '
show letters, insurance receipts or 1 163 & 165. 167, 170 ..___ ,'t S '.". Tax Delinquent _..,?..--___ 3.50
papers which may help to prove Lots 171, 174 to 176. 180 : ) ; '

to 195 ..._..__.._....._.._._..___ :x .;;:_: ,'_ Tax Delinquent ______. 1.86
residence in the state for five Lots 200, 204, 205, 208 to. '.

.years of the past nine and' for the SEEDLESSGRAPEFRUIT 210 ................-._.._,..._._.._____ ,,v /ft \ \ Tax Delinquent _---- 1.42
Lots 206, 207 ....-...._....._____ :-'7; W.. G: Hang; Sr. ___: .78
pear immediately preceding the Lot 211 -........_._............:. ___ "' 1 : .i ,- R. E. Kurtz ___..:-__ ::58..
filing 'of 'application. If.no. such Lots 213 to 220, 223 to 228 '. t. 7" s'' .; Tax Delinquent .._..___._ 1.99
Lots 229 to 231 ..__._._.__ .' \ .; Henry G. Crapo. Est. __ .78
papers .are available, the applicant Lots 232 to 239 243 to 245.. .w. ?* ( 1.. .

:should prepared to furnish the 251 ._........._......._,...__..?_...__..,,_, ,,? '. .'', Tax DelinquentMrs. ______.__ 2.08 t
Lot 240 ._......__?;.-.____.._.:.__\. :;(*:iI'k. "i"-<" Lillie Kmg; ___.;._._ .58
welfare v!ito.rwitl1._ names of per- Lots 241, 242: 252 '__...._ _." ;.:;. A.>:_,... y Tax Delinquent ___1__ ..78

sons who can make affidavit relative Lot 250 ....._.._.______ .:. ':*" f Anna. Wonderly ____.__ .69 )
> Lots 254. 216 .........-.....__.__ \: : Miss IO.' T. Giradean ___ .78
:
to'his l length of residence.The SOME PINKS MIXED Lots 255 257 to 264 .-..-.. J/ '. ;: ,. J R. E. Kurtz _, _..:.._____ 1.44Lots

requirement in relation to 265 to 275 285 ___._ ,' "' 1.; Tax Delinquent ...:.-::;_...:.: 1.78
Lots 276 to 282, 285 to '
: .
Aid to Dependent Children is one 293 __...........__..._:...._._._._.__.......___ Jas. A. G. Sweingler. 1.5..
year's residence in the state prior Look Rough and Tough But Inside Full Lots 286 294 to 297 __..... I', R E. Kurtz: __._'"--_':, -1.01
Btixers Add. to LaUellc,
to the filing of application on the E'Lot 1 '_'__'. :.::....... 32 42. 29 ,

part of children included in the of Juice and Flavor. B1U .\, Lots 13. 14 less E
application. .' 125 ft. .......___._......___ H. G. Davidson ___._. 1.03
/ Blk CKlhnrado..........___...__.-_.._...__.__ ,Mrs. Homer Dryer -7---.J.... 502E. {
< ; Sd. of IJIks. D 1, ,
I
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,& K of H users Add. to S
SPARE TIME TRAINING 50c BUSHEL' Laltellc ...._.._. .??. ._-. ._.- ,3: 42 .29; I

that helps you I Lots 10, 11 -..-..,.:_-.--.-.- D. Douglas Company $ 1.12

Lots 12, 13 -.--...---..-_.- .Tax Delinquent _....___._.__ 1.12

: SERVE .and PROSPER II At Hopkins Bldg. No Deliveries Kirloiood:In KEY ,Purl of Sn'/i!sd lying 12A .
.
Went of Ilouil ._._.._ 32 4_', 'N-) '

in this national crisis ............................................................"..,; Blk. 1, Lots 3, 5, 7, 13 ..._' .. J. P. Moore .._.__._______ 1.33
Lot 9 .m.._.__.'_'_'__'__ Tax Delinquent ._.__ '.69
Bll2: Lots 6. 8, 10.11 __ .. ,.y H. S. Gove _.._.:_______ '1.33 .
.. You want to serve .your fullest in Blk. 3, Lots 1 to 3, 15 ..- J. C. Jackman ___: .__.... 1.33
this Defense situation, do your utmost The Beardsley Farm Lots 4, C, 13 __M..Y___ Tax Delinquent ._.._.__.._ 1.12
to help our nation. You want Lots 8, 10. 12, 13 ._.---- J. P. :Moore .._..___ 1.33 i
also to advance yourself in position Blk 4, Lotsto 10, 12 to .

and pay-win promotion and moremoney. II 13Lot ..-....-.------.....-...-..--.-..... 'J. C. Jackman ____ 2.08
11 .. .. ._ .. ., Tax __"
: --- --- --- --- -- Delinquent .69
You 'can do both at -'the .same time. PHONE 66NOTICE '. NEi of NE% & NY: of
Our nation needs many more men ,. NW% ......_...___.__.___.._ .1 43 28 120 Robt. Howard _".___ 1.63
for specialized and supervisory. positions SW. % of SEW..i.slilnKtoa -.-._.._._.._-._ '1. 43. 28' 40. J. .C. Hurd _.____.._____._. .3.29
: -to help defense productionand \\ Gardens' Sd. .
business growth. Thousands.: of \''' /, _.?..,_, .._ 2 43 2S :
scores of thousands-must fit them- Blk. 3. Lots 15, 16 :.:.-?..- f'! t Bessie Stewart _'_'_ .66
selves quickly for these better paying Blk. 5. Lot 41 :.,""'--"."-" Nellie Jones _.______'- .6&
jobs in offices and stores and Elk. 6, Lots 18 to .21 --..- :Moses Seroor _.______ .76
factories. They must train as accountants \ r Blk. 33, Lots 4, 5 .-' J. H.' Ramsey ____ ..6&I
salesmen, managers; foremen : :;: I Blk. 41, Lot 28 _...-.-.- n E. P. Erving _._.._____: '.56

traffic managers, general foremen : Blk. 45, Lot 38 .j. Will Lowry ._.._....____ .56 t
office managers inspectors etc. ,". Blk. 49. Lots 35 to 38 Nora & Green Mills, __ .66
I If. you wish this advantage, simply .. Wide Acres Hxt. No. 1 Sd. '
'. mark on the coupon the field of business \ of Siof- Sl % ._____ 2 43 2S
in which you are ; most interest'Ed. Blk. G. Lots 11, 12 I' Nettie 'B. Vice _____ .66 '
:We will send you -full information Lot 1 __._ i Tax Delinquent __._' .66
about the opportunities in that Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much Blk. K, Lots 11, 12 .,..-..-- Harriet Furnade ___ .66
field, tell you how our ''complete successbuilding' thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set Lot 15 -.._.._...,.____.,_.._...____ Mrs. 'Vm. H. Sebastain _._ .66
program helps you plan opposite to the same, together with cost of such sales and advertising, will NVi of N% -... 4 43 28 154 Ge-o. D. Williams __ 3.60
your future, trains. you in your spare be sold at public auction on the 1st day of July, A. D. 1942 at the hour WH of NW i of. NEVi &
time and works with you all through of 12 o'clock noon' at the courthouse door, In the. City of LaBelle, Countyof W% of SWH of NE 4. & \
>your career. Send the coupon 55 NE1+ _.._......._.__._......__...__.. 5 43 28 40. .Jas. Sweeney' ____ 2.51
LaSalle -tell.siol1' UniversityA R. N. MILLER, E 3-4 of SEH of NE / __.. 5 43 28 30 .Jas. Sweeney _____ 1.31 \

Tax. Collector of Hendry County! ,Florida. SV2 of SWi ."'-'. 5 43 28 80 A. H. need ___. __::____ 2.48
Cbrri>oDd &ee Institute NE' &. Nay of NEVi or' '

Dept. It 121 Chicago NW% _............__._..__...___ 6 43. 28 180 A. H. Reed _____.. 4.20
Elh of SEli & NWV4 of I

Pfease send me full Information regarding : \ SEV .._..__._...._._._..._...?..__m.. 6 43 28' 120 A. H. Reed -. ______.\ ,.3.79 .
the success-building trainingand NE 1'a. of NW'l & E' less r .
service I have marked with .an I. I' \ Elf, of SE% of SE% of
..
X below. DESCRIPTION :_, r Co Amount NE& less Nlh of I \. .. .

-. I I NE% of NEB of NEVI 8 43 28 350 A. H. Reed ___":-.._, --.8..u
'-business1Mahngeln'entt:: Trafning' 'for = : OWNED> of Taxes* .
R Q I Beg. 70 yds. E of NW Cor
Official Managerial Sales and Departmental OF LAND I' .= a tt ; of SW% of NE i ,of _.
Executive positions. .. :i = :: And CotttM 1 NW'E 70 'ds., S 70 {I '
"'.Modern: alexnianMhlpi: Training for C = vI \l" ;...'
y '
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,.
>'ds. W 70 yds., N 70 : '
position. ,as Sales Executive Salesman I rIJ Eo< = '< : ;, .' ,<:
yds. to beginning _. 10. 43 28 1 Fate
I -- Ballard'j: 2.0*
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Sales
Trainer, Promotion Manager -
Beg. NE Cor of SWt of : '' : J. __.'
wholesale, and all positions in retail,I NE% of NW'4, W 70 ... ''. ',,s.;> .. -If" ;
or specialty selling. S K/4 North LaBelle Hdtx. yds., S 70 yds., E 70 ; '" ,' ._' .

*--Higher Accountancy ; I'ubdhblon ......_....__.._-,. 31 42 29; t '" u yds., N 70 >ds. to beg. 10 43 28 ,I 1.Unknown :"i-._ ."S 1.46 1g
for .
: "Training Lots f4t 10Lots ._? Maurice Less .. .. ._, .6 I Beg. 140 yds. E. of NW .. ". "
position as Auditor, Comptroller, to: 39 :::::_ __.? Maurice -- ? ?? ---- 1.1 2 CorofS'Vl.4otNE1; of 'j: ;:
Less 1 ,
Certified Accountant Public etc. Accountant; Cost Lots 43 to. 52 ....---.--...-..?- I Maurice Less ::=::::::=::: .6 g I NW1',. E 10 yds., S 70' ,. '.,. ; ... .
LoU 57 to 65,' 69 to73 yds., E 70 yds. S 150 .,: }' .
-- S Maurice Less __._.. 7 g ) "'' f r ::.
, raffle Management ''Training for Lots 75 to 78 -...........--.-......? Unknown ._:..._......_._-__--__-_" ::9 I )"ds., W 220 yds., N 150 1 \. .: '. .;
:' Truck : Lots 79 to 80 : Edna'. 1\1.,, Platt .. ...,.... .. 6 9 I yds., E 140 yds., N 70 '. ,. .. L
position Traffic as allroad. or Industrial Lots 92 to 94 ===:::: : Unknown ......._ .... :?.. -. _- .7 g I yds. to beginning .......-... 10 438: 7. Geo. D. Williams .....:...-:._- .2.71
Manager Rate Expert Lots 95 to 97 ,._. --- SWK of NW& ....... .... 13 43 28 40 A. J. Evers ______ .
-? ----:----- Millre Freed ..___._..___ .7 g I --- ?- i.n
Freight Solicitor etc.Laws .
,
Lots 105 to 107 .... ._ ., Beg. 110 yds. E of SW Cor, ... ,
? -- Edna, 1\[. Platt __._.__._._. .7 g I : ;
-'"- .LL. B. Degree. Lots 125_ to 130 _..?.__.- Edna .1\1. Platt ._: 1.0 LotI. E730ft. Nto .. .1' ," '
Lots 141 to 142 ...._--;._.,_-_ Unknown _._.....___--_ --.__ 6 1g I Rlv., W alg. Riv. to .Pt' < -' .'.:. .
-Modern 'PoremnnHhlp.'Trainlng for I Lot 143 ......----_-..-_._;_- Tax Delinquent _._-..__ .5 N of beg., S to beg. ..._ 14 43 28 14.60 Tax Delinquent' __ 1 ,: 3.18 '
Lots 172 to 179 -.--..--, Thos E. Est. 1.1'Lots 6 A. in SE Cor of E& of \' ,
positions that of in Superintendent Shop Management General, suchas 180 to 208 :---: : Maurice Hedges less .... -.--. 1.1';; SW',4. of NW11 _.._._.,.._ 14 43' 28 I 5 G. L. Sweeney" __-_._::..."..';::1.11
--- ---?-- >
Lots 209 to 221 .. i 'V% of SE'4 of NW'%, less S ,
Foreman Foreman Sub-Foreman --- Tho :, E. Hedges. pst. ._ 1.2 3 I '
,
Lots 258 280 ,___ wide &
to a strip 8V. ft. -. ; '
.
etc. ? -' Maurice Less .. _. .7 g ;; "
,
::: : ---- ---
Lots 282 to 288 H. E : Delaney; ........_... ._. ..8'; 80 rds long on East .1.r S '.,
"Industrial 'Management Lots 289 315..L ilraurice: Less ? ..... side ....._.__.__..........__...._._-... 14 43 28 19.3-4 Mrs. J. G. Bentley ____;_. ,,530
for Works lIanagement."Production: Training Lots 317 toO 319 -;;;.-_== T .t 1935 _.... .?_-..,...---- 11.1. g t Lot 31 In Palma Cia Sd. ?'." 15 43,28 Tax Delinquent1___-.-: .56 .,.
-- -- ---- ,
L os.1 3 to 355 ....., WIh of SEU of SEt of
Control Industrial Engineering etc.Modern ------ Maurice Less ___._.__ .5 g I
Lots 356 to 366 .... ._,._ of SW
::- Ed'na' .11. Platt ... 1,5 6 Eli & E% ; '
Business Correspondence Lots 3fi7/ to 375 382 to 408 Maurice Less ...r"-.. ... '" -..._-.-.. 2.6 of SEH ofNNE .................. 15 43 '28 10 W. P. Andrews .._.._._ -> 1.46 i
Lots 376 to 381 _...__ .Unknown ....... .. --.--... .... 1.o 3;; ElS of SW >i .- 15 43 28 20 B. : E. Poor '_.__..-_......:.-.: 1.97
Expert Bookkeeping Lots 412 to 421 429 to 431 ....,.aul ceo Less-..-. --..- .7c I Government Lot 4 .-..-- 16 43 I 28 14 R. E. Kurtz .____.:__ 1.47
---- ----
Lots 422 to 424 .--__-._, ._ E'of NEVi & Nof .
Edna M. ._.__. ._____ S
Platt .7
--Commercial' Lot 428 .. .... Unknown ........! .. .. .5S NEK of SEiriEJ _.........-......... 17 43 28 100 Marvin. Wood ._...._...___ 4.80(
3T.=:: -- --- ----
:
t I Lots 432 to ..==, A. L.. Watson ...,...-..........._--.- .78 of SW i, Exc 1 A' re" ,
Lots 435 to 437 in SW Cor of SEi of
C.P.A.. Coaching ----- .Henry Marshall ___. .7 8
.. Lots 438 to 456 : SW'NW's of SEV4
/ ,
--"- -- Maurice Less ... .
.90
--,- -- & N', of SWU of SE',, (
Stenotypy Lots 457 to 463 467 to 489 .. +
Edna M. Platt. .._ ... ... .G 5
--- ; & Beg. SE Cor of $W4of
Lots 490 to 617 .......____ 1.
Maurice Less .......... ... .6J '
----- -- SEtf N 220 yds., \V.
Name ... __ ,_._.. .... ......_._..__.....'Age._...._._._. Lots 627 to 769, 776 to 788'Beg. Maurice Less _n_ -._ -- 1.78 405 ft., S 220 yds. E :
SW Cor of SE'/4. N '

Present Position ,__ _. ._._ _"._.. 850 ft., E 705 ft. S 850 405 ft. to beg & Beg. I I
ft. W 705 ft to beg. 31 42 29 14 Lou Jacobs .. 2.00 1065 ft. W of SE Cor of I. .f

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DescrlptioD S T R Owner Amount '
1 1 J If\ : W End .--- R. N. Miller _....___-::_, 1.18
...-. SW%' 'of' SEA N 220 ., Lot 27 N% ------ R. N. 'Miller __.__ .81
yds. W 225 n: 02 Sec. Lot 28 ---- 'R. N. Miller .... 1.18
line} S 220 'ds., E to Block..47, Court House'Sq. Ui .
beg : :Subdivision, ___-.,.__. 9 43.:9 "f",. ,
------ -r---. 17 43 28 149 A. H. Reed _. 9.12 Lot 1 _._. ._ _._... .. .
.NE;: less Gov. RWY ___ 20 43 28 160 A H. Reed ._ 3.69 -- : City of LaBelle _...___ .94 '
--- Lots 2, to 7 _:;: __
NE% of .NW% & Gov. Lot ---- -- I Margaret Caldwell 2.24
1 ---.-- 20 43 28 52 A. H. Reed" 1.87; Lot. 33 ----.:...-- !rI. O.,';Oliver : ..____ .81
t -------
N% of SW% of NW" 20 43 28 20 C. L Arbuthnot 1.26 Block 48, }Iendry's Subdivision .)iH..9f.'
._______.. .
9' 43 29 .
I S1h of SW14 of NW20 43 28 20 R. E. Kurtz __ 1.26 r:
/ Lot 5 ::.:.:;:....
'WY. of 'NW3 "" ------- Francis Hendry .
: 22 43. 28 80 J. E. Bretch Est. ___._ 2.88
Nof NEy of NW'26 43 28 20 J. N. &. Tommie Barfield 1.0& Lot. 6 :.... ,.1 Ralph Hendry .81
I W% of NW'; & SE33 of' :' )" :' ; Lot 7 ----.-..' Clyde. Hendry ____ .81
N'W4 & SIf.: of NE 4 of : "'/ Lot 8 -.---- =-_ Mrs. Clara 'Forman __._ .81 .
.N1V4 ___- _. i 26 43 28 140 C. W. Starnes-Mrs. Lot 9Block -...----;.-...: ..:_ Francis.Hendry .SI

I I. Barfield ________ 4.19 49. W% of Perry f}..
;:C. Hull's Subdivision C :.. 9 43 29 :. ,
Gov. Lots 1 2 43 -
291 28 84.15 Tax Delinquent ___ 6.52 "
6..: Gov Lot 3, -._..,,_._._.....,_,_. 29 43 28 33 Tax Delinquent ___._ 1.67 Lots 9, '10 __.;;;::._.--_:..::l>..},f .: A. C. Wright _____ .94
I..... Gov. Lot 4 ---.--._ 29 43 28 2941 S. C. Bass Est. ___ 2.48 Lots 12 to 15 ..-._-- Elsie Stalls -. 1.89
Gov Lot 1 & SE3 __ 30 43 2.8 66 S. C. mass: ''Est. ___'_ 66.15. Lot 16Block ___--1.._ Jim Goe ____ 1.18
1 SE% or SW3+ & Gov. Lot '..r :: 49, JkEV Hedge's ...+w

: 6 _______ 30 43 28 80 R. E. Kurtz"' ._ 3.18 ;,.Subdivision _.._-._. 913 29 "> : ') .;.
." NE% of NWV .....!.!::.._..;..'_ 31 43 28 40, R. E. Kurtz _____ 1.47 Lots 17, 18 ?.,...-_..--.-:;.....;:..:.. Tax Delinquent _,_. 1.18
Beg. N\V Cor of S\V 4, S .4' ,' ; Lots 21, 22 .:-.-...-----_....;...: ;t C. J. Smith .M 1.18
I 245 Yds., E 440 Yds., N .?5246 ?; Lot 25 .. -.-,.---..__ R. N.' Miller _._____ 1.18
yds., \V 440 yds. to "' :' Block 49, S% of N% of -..-- vw''' .

beg. -.--.. 31 43 28 23 l Walter Edw. Colton 2.16 SE'9 43 29 .. '. )? .. .' ,
Beg. 1323'YdS)'N o1 SE: CO'r r.:. N'4 of N% of SE'4 : Ben F. Guy _._r_.___ 2.24 I '
of S\V7 of S\V-N' 503 "' :','," ''", .; _.. ... i, N'h'of S% of SE; _':_._ Flossie Luckey 1.06 ,. ,
i jiyds.J" :Wu,. 440 yds., j.S: ''SIh, of S%, of SEH Mary F. Luckey ___- 1.14
635 yds., E 220 yd8., i Block 5O & 51, HlcpocheeHdts. ,' -I If!
' N 132 'ds., E 220 yds. to Subdivision 1)t3 29 ( .''
.'I f. beg. -__________ 31 43 28 51 Tax Delinquent _____ 3.47 Lots 3, 4, in Blk. A ____ Carrie M. TIeWolC __ 1.18
W1h of NE'4 ___ 33 43 28 80 Alma Cahill 2.07 Lots 7. 8, in Blk. A __ Mrs. J. F. Bradshaw ___ 118
,I', NE ot NE'4 ... :: :6 U 23 40 R. N. Miller _.____ 1.41 "Lots 27 28 ....--_ Carrie M. DeWolf ,____ :94
Elf.: ot SW} -of SWMof '"J, ,. : ...i.iI ; Lots 15 to 17 in Blk. B __ G. N. Alchediak :_____ 1.18 ,
"NE% .&. W.1f. of. SEA : .- Lots 28, 29, in "Blk. C __ ,Tax Delinquent __\ ..81 .-'
of SW%. of.' NEW"' 5 U 28 10 Tax Delinquent ____ 1.46 Lots 21. 22, in Blk. F Nellie Pelky.' 3.A_'__ ".81
I SEV of SEA/. of NW II.::: : 5 U 28 10 Tax Delinquent. ____ .86 Block 52 ---- .___.__.._._ B. F.t'Magill, ____ 2.10
N1h ot NEuE of SW'44 & (. ;J Block 55, LaBelle HighV '1 .! ,
SE3+, of. NEI''of, SW 4 5 44 28 30, R:' N. ,Miller '__ 1.67 lands Subdivision __. 9 43 29 I l'J, : :
SW 3 of NE; of SW7 __ 5 H 28 10 Reglne Landregan .76 Lot 24Block -----...-.-- R. J. Love
Wlh of'NE4'" or NEo1 .1 LI i. <. 57, LaBelle. Highlands .71
'NW3.' _._______ 8 H 28 5 Mrs. Kate, Ii;' Simmons 1.06 : Subdivision .,_....._ 9 43 29 .
, NW'A of, NE; 'of NWT 8 44 28 10 Tax Delinquent __ .86 .:.. .;- '.
: J Eof. NEof SE-. of iJ c 'I ,Block -:8;--LaBelle ; :Mrs. C. P. Clark. __: .94

,I : NW 4 _._..____._ 8 H 28 5 Mrs. Grace' S., Dawson 1,06W'14 lands Subdivision ._. ._ 9'; 43 '29..' .'.'
of SW 4 of SEA/. of .
Lots 6 7
: :
I NWI/ -..-.-..----.-- 8 H 28 5 Tax Delinquent- ._.__ 1.06 ,Block 59 .--.. '-"-_. -' 9 43 29 Mrs. C. P. Clark 2.24
--- --- ---- Annie
7/ E." Hall .____ 2.85
" 1 E1h of- SW3of' SE4 ot Block 60 .. 9 43.29 ,
I I, NW* ___.____ 8 H 28 5 Tax Delinquent ___ 1.06 ,Block 61 -. -. ._.-.--_ 9 43 29 C" P Gaulding __ 2.85 "t;' ':..
'Tlnklepaugh ---- -- R. N.Lorena; Miller' _._..:. 2.85 ,
..
SW1/4 .. 8 U 28 160 Nelson 3.69 ..' ,
, --- ----- Block 82, S% Lorena Sub'e .
,
SYz Exc Atlantic Land & .. division ._. .._ V _. 9 43 29 r. .?9..t; .
I' Imp. Co. RWY ____, 17 U 28 308 Consolidated. 'Naval Lots 26 to 40 -- ,_ K: \,
Stores Co. __.-...:.-..__._._ 13.18 Block 63, __::,..__--- 9 43 29 R. N.. Miller Royer_ 1.66 '
N3:. of SW3, _'_ __.__: 18 H 28 80 S. L. Kelly( ___ 2.88 Block &4, Manning Subdivision __ 2.85_ .
Sof SWV _.._-_--..- 18 H 2S 80 R; rN.- Miller :...____ 2.38 !' _. ....._.__.-; ... 9 43 29 I"1. : .
SE3 _.__.______ 18 H 28 160 Mrs. J.\JHY Nelson __ 2.30All Lot 4 less .8 ft.noff'WEnd .

Frac. 1 4S 29 198 W. F. Daniels I _,-_ 14.79 .____ .._._- Beasley & Stoudmire '
Sof Eth of Gov. Lot 3 6 43 29 10 Edith ;iH.Brpwn: :_.__ ..05HardlDg Lots 5 21 .._--- R. N. Miller _______ 2.49 1.11
Hdts. SI!. of Lot rf Lots 28 30. 32 J'd
); 1 ; R. N. ,Miller
bend __. _
Lot 2178_. . .. ..__- 6 4S 2299 V., I V 65 ___. .;y 9 43 29 ... .- 1.18'. ;
:---.L- V V M. Hayes .94 Lots 1 to 21 _.--- R. N.. Miller 2.85*n
,, L. ". Hull Sd."of GOY. Lot Lot 22 .-----_ Tax Delinquent
11 lu . 8 43 ::D .', '.. Lots 23 to 28 -- Mary Manning Blount 1.18.71 ;
_
d Gov. Lotlll 2 to 4 ID 7'.43D Block 70, less 1 Acre in x __ :
Lots I, 2, 4, 5 Mahala S. Royer 10.00 NW''' Cor .--......-..- 9 43 29 J. C. 'Jackman" ._
3.15
Lot 3 ________ R. E. Burchard ._____ 5.23 1 Acre in NW Cor., Blk. ; '"--- .

Lot 8 (5 A. off E End) 5 Ray C. Bull ."... .--- 3.45 70 -_.._ ., Stafford' Luckey ____ 2.54 I r +

Lot 8 (Exc. 5 A. off E. ; Block 71 -:.-:..._..-,;_-,*?>._ 9 43 29 J. C Jackman ______.._ 285 "t"JT
r" End) 12 Lillie; H. r,rBurhands __ 7.93 Block 12 -i-r--Ti. .---- 9 43 29 J. H. ..caldwell Est. ____
Lot 12 _..::._.______ 6 Everette Burchard __ 4.05 Blocks 73, 74 Suberb V : 2.85. "

Lot 19 __._,_ 4 Tax Delinquent .__-- 2.85 I 'Beautiful __.........',1_... .t 9 43 29 I' y :. :
Lot 25 ;-rid 1 6 Ray H;: Hull ;i/_:__ 4.05 Block 74, Lots 16 to; (18",_ >
,"I Lot 26 ______0 6 T11let ,Crawford ____' 3.74 Block 75 :._:..._ 9 43 29 Mrs. Felecia Pereda .81.,! CT
------- C. Jerome Morrison 2,851,
I} Lots 27, 28 __.____ 12 C. J. >Kirk ______ 1.63J Blocks 77 to 80 LaBelle 1 -

J Lot' 30 ___._--:...- _. 12. Perry C",, Hull ._. 4.77' Terrace _._.. .___. ..__... 9 43 29 \i.i:
; Rlvervlew Terrace Sd. .' -
Lot.
I Lots 31, 32 ,__.w-._ 13 R. N. Miller _....:.-.._ ,4,05Lot Lot Block 21Block .A_,___1_._ .::..... ; Walter Plumacher __ .11 ..
J 33 _..______:...___ 10 Chamber of Commerce 3.45 B Lot 3 .- Unknown __'_ .71 hi'a .
,I Ey':' of SEvi 7. U 29 80 Ralph E._ Smith Est. 5.23 Lo-t Claude. E.. Marble __ .71 .
-- ____
.71
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of LaBelle .-d, .t.. ff'T 1F Lot 19 _. _..._.. ,
I : City -- .:..-..:.::..: Margery. F. Salberger __ .71
,
- City of LaBeHe, B-rd'lII Sd. 1 < -.I Block C, Lot 4 :, ;.y' David ,S.. .
a ._ ---- ; Resing ___ .11
: ::: '
of Goodno. Sd. '-- 4 43 29 V _. .. Lots 13. .14 '-.'_..... :.,. .;v.. /o. < --- >,_:... J.. Eo'. Robins '._ '.81 .. 00' q '.. V.
Blk: ,I, Lots -13"; 14' ....:::....=- V .;. C. E. McAfee} -1:29 Lot 17Block __.__....-._':..-_ J. E Robins __-_'':'_--''_;;'';'';''' .71

Beg. 50 ft. N of SE Cot, ". / I F, Lots 4, 5 -_L-= :..,__ J. E. Robins ...,..0 .._._.,., ..81V
,Blk. 4 'V 100 ft., N",75 Lot 16 >... < \
; _
I ; ---- "-- ''' ..!.' E. J. Coyle. ______ .71
ft. 'E' 100 ft., S 75' ft. Lot ._..:. '. 'J\!.4 )
18Block _.. : __-.:..._ C. M. Baker _.___ '
.71
I to beg. __.________.._..._ 4 43 29 I r'j Ray C. Hull ___ 6.13 G, Lots 9,11 -_ Belle Werner ____ .81 S" "

I Goodno'lII Sd. of Block G Block H, Lots. 1, 6 to 8 .;. Tax Delinquent _____._
: Lots 9, 11 _..__.____.....,..._ W. F. Daniels ____, 1.66 Lots 9.11 ..._-.:_._____._.:.- P. D Finck _______ .71.81
''I Lots 18. 20 _"_' .,_.:--- Mark ,Poole ___._.__ 1.77 Lots 13. 14 .._ _____.. J 'E .Robins __ .71 .
' E" 50 ft of Lots 36, 38, : Lots 15, 16 ..w.._..__.____ :Mrs. Robt. Haish _.__..; .71 '
'I : 40 less F .15 ft. .___ Hendry County News __ 9.73 Lot 20 -----.._____ Mary ,M.../Boas'Cf ____ .71 ; CD" "
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, Lots 38, 40 less 50 ft. .pffE Lots 23 to 25 ___..__ Jerome Morrison ___ .81 "
End --._,--- J. H.. Caldwell Est. ___,12.70 '
Block 89, Goodno Subdivision '
f' '
, ",, GOOdDO'S Sd. of \V1h of 'I __._. ._._'. .-_ 1)13 29
Block 6 ._.____ 4 43 '
Lot 1 ._ _.!._ Mrs. Jennings ..____ .58
N 2-3 of Lots 1. 2 Frank Turner __ 1.15 Block 95"Less 8 ft. off c ',a

Goodno'll Sd of SEtA of W End ...._.? ....___._ -9 43 29 LYkes Bros. _____ 3.15
Block 6 __'__'__' .___ 4 43 29 Block 98, Gov. Lot 3, less rte)
Lot' 8 __...____;.;......:--'..:.. City of LaBelle -=--. .94 > Rwy ??_.__ _?_____.___ 4. 43 29 11 3-4 Cyrus Q.' Stewart __ 2.67 '
Goodno's Sd. of NE% of 1\
Block 6 ..... .___ 4 43. 29 Block 103, Shadow Lawn ..
Court _. 0'
_
Subdivision 4 43:9
Sd. __. .__
Park Place
Lots 1to 5. 8 to 19 ...:___ Mahala S. Royer -:_..__ 2.85 Block B. Lot 12 -.--.___.__ J. Russell Hall ...-:._ .71 = ....
Block 8 Wlh of E,4 _._.__ 4 43 29 C. E. McAfee _.__ 1.41 Lot. 15Block __..____._._ J. C. Jackman ___._ .71
Block D E'Riverview Sd. 4 43 29 100. Palm Heights 'FTI

,. Lots 1 to 8 __________ W. F. Daniel' _____. 2.62 Subdivision .._, ";-_._ 9 43 29 Q.
Block 13 Sd of _____ 4 43 Block A. Lots 16 to 19 ___ Amry A. Manley _i__ .79
Lot 3 __ Tax Delinquent __._ ..94Stewart'll Block 107. Palm Heights yCO
--V Subdivision __'_' .:.._. ...' 9 43 29 .
Sd., Blocks 15,
; 33, 34 .___. . ._._ 4 43 29 Block BLot 10 __r._ Geo. A. LaClair __ .71
Lots 7, 10 __.__.____._ J. R. Ross _______ 1.18 Block 111. Lots 1 to 30 '''_ 9 43 29 Mrs. Jennings _._____ 4.05
Block 16 Sd. . .____ 4 403 29 Block 112, Lots 1 to 30 9 43 29 Mrs. Jennings __'_.__ 4.05
Lot, 1 .__..__,--__.__ Sara L. Hill ____-_ 8.39 Block 113, Lots 1 to 30. 9' 43 29' Mrs. Jennings. ___.___ 4.05 l
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Block 17 ___._.___ 4 43 29 4 C. J. Kirk ---_-_____ 3.45 Hendr?'* Subdivision No. t
Block 21, Davenport Sd. 4 43 29 2 of Beg. 755 ft. S A I

Lots 1.2, 7 to 10 ,; 1 Guy B. Arnold -_ 3.32 950 ft. W of NE Cor z "

Lots 3 to 5 ...__.___ W. F. Daniels __ L89Lot' ; of Gov. Lot 3, W 128
11 _______ Roy Green 2.10 ft. N to Rlv., E Alg.Riv. .
Lots' 15. 16 __________ W. F. Daniels 1.66 '. to Pt N of Beg.,
Block 22 Wlh __._-_ 4 U 29 2 C. J. Kirk -.-____._ 2.85 S to Beg. _..:.._._.:-_,- 5 43 21

Block 0 2. _.___._ ..__..... . 4 43 29 Lot, 3 -.._-._.._----_.._-- Clyde Hendry _-_____.._ .81 (I)
4 ._...._.. ._ ._ _..._.. .. .
Lot ,
'V1h of E'h of NEyi \ H. C. DeLaney ___._ 1.41W --- Pearl Weaver _____ .81 u,
% of WVx of NE3 _.___ H. C. DeLaney -_ 3.74 Lot 5 --,--_..__.---.--- Clara Forman; __ .81 (J1
Beg. 50 ft.' N of SW Cor 1 Lot 6 -__ _.-_--.-------- Raymond Hendry _____ .81 c .-
,of Blk. 23, N 85 ft., E Lot 7 ..-...-.---.-- Francis. Hendry -.,.._.__._ .81
'130 ft., S 85 ft..' \V 130 That part unplatted ofHendry's t V ...i 0 "
ft. to beg. ____._....__. 4 43 29 W. H. Reynolds ___ 4.95 Subdivision No. > s
Beg. 130 ft. E of SW Cor 2. --__...._.___..-..v--_,?_.. 18 3-4 G. M. Hendry _____ 3.68 J :
ot Blk. 23, N ,135 ft., E ",' Riviera VistaSubdlvislon ,
of E 14 A. of Gov. Lot ) .
ft., S .135'ft.V 50 fie
too beg. _..___ City\ of LaBelle -___ 2.56 Block _._. ._.._.........,. .-s: 43 2P + S. f :

Block :4 ._._...___. _.__ 4 43 l* : C, Lots 4 to' 9, __ : Tax Delinquent ___ 1.6&
50 ft. .off S Side of E 1.3. Block D, Lot 4 -- :} \ n Tax Delinquent __ .11 I

of NY.t ___'-- R. E. Burchard rd _-- 15.09 Block E, Lot 2 --.----. Tax Delinquent -_....-.... ;71.L ,
Block 25, 50 ft. strip on Block F, Lot 1 -r-..,-.--- Tax Delinquent --' '. >
W side ot Eth & Beg. Lot 2 -.....---:..-.------- Mrs. Loulse'Coakley. ___ .71..,. \ .\.
Cen ot Blk. on N side Howard's Add., A Subdl. ;. ;t' ; ':
V W 22 ft.: S 145 ft., E '",111101of 4 Acres In 'W. >
V 22 ft.; N 14G fn to b' g. 4 U29 Ray C. Hull --._______ 2.86 Part of Gov. Lot 1 .:_.: 5 _43 29

Block 29 _.____.__ 4 43 29 Samuel S" Davidson 4.63 Block, A, ,Lot 4 : __ Sallie Gravely _____ .71
Block 30 ___.___ 4 U 29 Tax Delinquent -.._____ 4.05 Lot 5 Triiiiiirririti.iiiBlock .. 9 Minnie Hammock __. .71
Block 32 4 43 29 C. J. ..Jlrk --.-.-.__._ 21.95 'Lot 8 Unknown ; <....____ .71
Block 3'2" Illg1alaJul HKts. r i { B, Lots 1 to 5 _._ J. 'J. (,Wigglns. _--- 4.05 ,
.V Subdivlalon. 4 43 2 i :2 A. InV' part of Gov. tlJ ;
Lot 1 = n. ::: C. J, Kirk ____.._ i.iS Lot 1, .ly\ns\ W r, of ,.
Lots 2 to 5 _.______ R. N. Miller -__ 2.85 Creek _'._'-_._"__'_ 5 43 2!? 2 L. R. Miller ___,__ 1.54 .
Lots 24 'to ,32 ____._ Mrs. :Madeline Preiss 2.62 Gov. Lot 2 Exc Cal. Canal .
,
Ok48"" Quested Sub'I i:"r .Rwy, -_.._.....__._ .. 33; Ray CHull _____ 3.75

dlvlaloa ...:..._.. .___ oS 4 :::& r ., Lynn High: PoInt'Subdi. ....._ ,
Lots 1r"-; .,!,' ?__t.____". ':''I'!>: J. C. Jackman ---- 5.23 : ,, vision.'', Be*., nt,'aPt SO a J it f
Lot 7 -.---.-.-..---.--- Irma :DeLaney -. ,.-_ 1.18 ft. ,\* .of a Pt 785'.S of
\ Lots 12J to 14E 15, 16 Ray C. Hull --..':" __ 1.89 NE dor .-See JS, >, 235 ,ft..
Lot 18 .:._....:.-r---r--- JqC. .Tackman -_ 1.06 W ISO ft., S ,300 ft. W r .
Lots 21 to 21 __._---.- Ray C. Hull ----__ 2.13 '300 ft.. >N 535;ft.,' K; 45O
Lots 28, 29 :..________ L; V. McLeod -...--______ 1.41 ft. to beginning :./... .4- :5 ,43 29 ,
Lots 33 to "36 ______ Ray C. Hull: --__ 1.66 Block 2. Lot 2 .....--M- ti... S. 0.' Godman _. ._.. 1.18
Block I"J Buab Sabdlotavlaoei" ". < Lots 19 to 22 .:... -w -___._ Geo. Poole _, ._______ 3.74:
I ....-. '4 32 :0 -,. College View A Snbdlvisr ._ L J
L 1, 17, 18---l.,1"'t_..::.... HC. DeLaney .----_ 1.66' Ion of Part of Fraser t:
Lot 10 ___ r _.,__.. Mrs. Jennie Clark ___ 1.06 j"Tract: ..:., .----ioo/-{ / >:} "V'
Lot 19 //f' T c"V.. Thigpen _. .81 Lots 1, 2 -a ,,-_---:-;;,-- Perry C. Hull --- 405 1
Lots 33, i-:::::.:___:_ Tax :Delinquent _,w._ ? ?1 3 Lot 3' ---:..._-- Joe Risley -'-- 111 .
Block '42, Aiken Su1uU. ,. ,r::' r Lot 7 --.-..------ J. H. & Susie Booth 4.05
--... 4 43 29 Lots 9 to 12 --.- Perry, C..HU11 r- 1.66
L"3'1 11, 12 _--.1.--tr1:..._ C. L. Yeomans ----_..__ 3.0 8 Lot 13 ._---.---- Steve Thumps .7', r *'-- .J85
Lots 13, If -.-_ .,. Mrs. Ida Cox ---- .79 Lot 15 ...,_ Jas. Lucky'Lllla : ___'_.-_ '.81
Lot 16 -'- '--'-- Tax Delinquent--- .9. Lot 16 ._.__ _.._____ Hampton __.:.-.__ ,.8}
Lot 17:' __, ___ Ray C V Hull --- 4.62 Beg.. 530 ft. W & 50 ft V ;
Lot 18'' _..,. E.. M. Cornette V --_..__ .94 'N of SE Cor Sec 5, N 475 ';t, : .
Lot 20 ________ Tax Delinquent ---___ .94 ft.V 108 ft. S 475 Vt ',0'',f n\; --"---'"y._.rh
Lots 21 to 23 -...--- Spencer Aiken, -----...,.. 11.21 ft., E 108 ft. to Beg. ._ I 5 .43 29 Mrs. Carl Driggers /-L 2.67
Lot 29 Tax Delinquent .94 Court View Subdivision, *
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Lots 39. fO _...____ Tax Delinquent. -.-_ 1.41 a part of Gov. Lot 3. 4, i. .;. :.rT i;.... s'
S2h-, Exc. 100' tt. Sq In ; E:4i'Hl.: ; .'See. 5, Beg. SE?Cor.,W V t. :(
SW%; filk 43 ..___.. : 4 U 29 Annie, ------ 62.59Slh. ASS 'ft.-to'beg.,,,1V 525' ft..
of leas Rvf y W 420 ft.;, S 25.ft., E '
N.J
: 4 Annie, E. HaJJ __._____ :12.70 ft. to .
St. ___ ___..__ 4t201 beg., '--'-r -* 5 43:9 .
Beg. 185 ft: E ot NW'. Cor, f'. L ------r------,, I W. C. Butterworth 1.18
E' 24 ft., S 210 ft., W Rlverview Park A Subdivision i .
210 ft.. N 23 ft., E 185 Annie E Hall of Bounded On ,':.,I
ft., N 187 ft. to beg. __ 4 U 2t -- 2,5.
DIOk 45, Hedges SubtSl. _' bell '9t., S by, ..Fraser "
yl.loa --....-._. 4 43 29 o r .-' Aye. W by GOT Lot' 5 5 43 2 t
,:.fa.... Lots 12 .to 14 -' -- Lots 1 to.. 6t 8' ft--**.}* '. R.* N. Miller ___ 166
Lots 20, 21 l"R/ 8 ft. off N MillAr ? 1.!8 Lot 7 -..-..._,_.,. Mrs G. O Klutz --0;.....___ .71

Lot 19 _, _____ -. _I.. E. W,' Simmons' 1.66


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Description ,S.'.;., T; R A Owner Amount t Description ST.. R; A.. Owner' Amount

Lots 25 to 48 -- ':i. :" F. C. Saffarans _M 4.06 I ft. to beg. --__...:._ 17 43-29 lh :Mrs. Harry Wilkison _. 2.14
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Lots 49 to 50 __ ,','..' Tax Delinquent .._---- 1.06 B ego 1AEofCSElof N1of PJ : \. -..
Lots 51 to 57 __ J<'. C. Saffarans __ 2.13 SW of SWJA ,i
W. P. Andrews .-- 1.06 of NEW 165 -, .
59 .. --- ftN ', ..
Lots 61 to 93 less Gov. .100 ft., E 165 ft.,. S 100 "

Rwy .. F. C. Saffarans _----- 4.35 ft. SWtCoofr beginning 17 43 29 Jas. Luckey'r.r. _.:.::...::':"':' '1.91'
LnBelle Park Subdivision, .- Beg of N1h' of... -,' : :' -' .
Pt 1347 ft. SWof SEi4 of sw% '
DeK at n .
S&1148ft.WorNE ;.., ': r Sf SHE 165( ft. N 100 '. ..." ., .J'.' ; "

Cor of Sec 5. W 892 ft., ft., W 65 ft., S iooft. to '.f :'

S 1301 ft.. E 1552 ft., pt of beg. '________.._ 17 43 29 : Unknown _.:_._._ 1.91
N 8f>2 ft.. AV 660 ft., .': \. Beg- 132 ft. S of NE Cor I' I
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N 6GO ft. to pt of beg. 5 43 28- of SE', of SE% of '
Block 2, Lot 6 ____ Elizabeth 'Volford' ____ 1.06 SW4 of NEt s 66 ft.; \.
Block 4. Lots lto 7 --.- R. N. :Miller _------ 1.66 W 330 ft., N 66 ft., E .

Lots 8, 10, 11 _-- R. N. Miller ____ .94 330 ft. to beg. -'W'--' 17 43 29 % Tax Delinquent. ..,_ 1.91:
Lots 14, 15 _-' R. N. .Millcr'--- .81 B ego 18ft. S of NE Cor' .' '
Block 5, Lots 1 .to 22, 24' R. N. Miller _..---.----. 2.36 of SE% of SE of .... '" <. -
Lot 23 .______M-. ., R. N. Miller ________ .6= SWJ? of NE'i, S'66 ft., y S
Block 6, Lots 1, 2. --- R. N. Miller _.__, .71 \V 330 ft., N 66, ft, '. '" ; ,.:

Lot 3 _-_-.--.-- R. N. Miller ___'M'___ .58 E 330 ft. to beg. __ 17 43 29Royal ''h" ,Tax Delinquent, 1.91,
R. N. Miller ____ 2.13 '
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Lots 4 to 23 -- Palm ; .
_._. Tax 'Delinquent .58 Estates No. J.. ,' .' -. .
24 '---
Lot -- ---- 2 of S of ( ,
N I'
"f of SE1,4 : ; .
4 Clara B. .71 "
to Taylor
Block 7, Lots 1 of XE1,4 _. .__. ._._ 17'43D : .. '"
R. _____ .S8
Lot 5 _.... Sarah N. Miller ____ .81 Lots 7, 8 M' Mrs. :bara: Powers '.:' ,.
Lots 6 7 __M-- Hughes .
__ 2.15 Thomas ----.-- 1.48
24 R. N. Miller _
8'to ,
Lots 12, 14 to M Lots 27 to 30 ___ __ '. .
R. N. Miller ____ ,58 _, ._ Rev. Wm. Brayshaw _'M .81
Lot 13 -_ LaBelle Lot 59 ----____ Mrs. F. E. Johnson _____ .81
.Andrews Add. to Beg. 343 ft. W & 25 ft. -
Park __. ._' '-----' I 5 43 29 t
Nell Jackman _.. .U S of NE Cor of N>,4 of ,':" .
Block 8, Lot 1 --- --
J Slh of SE1A of NEVV '
\V. P. Andrews ___ ..94I
3 --
Lot ,.
\ 137 ft.. S 140 ft. "
Hi,
.94
I '> Chas. A. Moore _
\ Lot 4 ----- Mrs. D. L. McLaughlin 1.11Lot 137 ft.. N 140 ft; to beg. 17 '43' 29 % B, A. Wiggins _'__ 1.91
Lots 5, 7, 8 _-
6 ______._- _--,----.- .; Methodist Church _____ .58 Royal Subdivision Palm Estates No 1 .' '
of W% of'
Lot 10 :..._ ; W. 'Andrews .94 W/a of NEV4 of NW= .
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Lots 11, 12, ._- .-. : Louis O. Gravely M.____ 1.29 Exe .2 acres '. ?_. ._ 17 43 29 -
Lots 14 to 18 .r------- R. N. Miller ---:---- 2.24 Lots 34, 36 _____. :- Mrs. Lillian C. Robinson' .94
Lots 24 25 ___ C. J. Kirk ____M 1.41Lot Lot 42 ____ Jos. F. Gorecke ___ .71
26' _.____ __-- .'; W. P. Andrews ____" 1.06Block Lots .49, 50 ___.___' Mrs. Lillian C. Robinson .81
9, Lots 17, 16 L. O. Gravely ,, 6.20 Ben Avon Subdivision of

Beg. SW Cor of Gov Lot ',I'. Lots X, 6 InV/4 of '
5. E 44 ft., N 3 degrees NW,4 Exc 2.85 acres InS I
y 23', N 730 ft. E 452 ft. % of Lot 6 _, .__ 17 43 29
N to Riv.. W alg Riv. ,I" Lots 2 to 8 Tax Delinquent .71
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to pt N of Beg.: S to Lots 13, 16 to 21 _.__ Tax Delinquent .9S'.
beg. _._._.____ 5 43 29 6 Geo.: J. Stannard. _.:- 4.35 Lots 22, 24 to 35 M. B. Rasmussen :.._ 1.0&
Avalon Place Subdivision I '. : .,-. Lots 36 to 44, 49 to 60 Tax Delinquent 1.18; i

of Lot 1 of NE% of ,,' ; Lots 63 to 66, 69 to 82 ::_ Tax 'Delinquent __ 2,01N
NE1,4 ".._ ._ G 43 29> ,. .-. % ofNW'fc Nof SW1/ of .
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.Bep. 100 ft. S & 10o"ft.. .;I -M_ 17 43 29 10 Gee. D. Williams 1.48'
W of NE Cor., S 100 I' Sly of Sly of SW% ofNW14 '

... ft, W 50 ft., N 100 ft., t./ .---,-_.__ 17 43 29 10 :Mrs. E. E. McKinley ____ 1.U'
I E 50 ft to beg. __ 6 43 29 J.' C. Jackman __ 8.63 Sth' of N1h of SE1,4 of .

Lots 2, ;3 J. C. Jackman _.M'--- 4.05 NW'4 ; :_ 17 43 29 10 Mrs 3. A. Reed 1.48.:

Lot 11 __.:..- --- J. C. Jackman 1.66 W% of .Eli of } :.........: 18 43 29. 40 3. L. Irvin, r 1.89
Kaplan .
21 22 __ Mrs.: Fannie ; -:. 1.66Rosenberry'
,' Lota ------- LaBelle Estates Subdivision -

Subdivision 8 43 29 ., of N',4 of NE% of .
Lot 2. E- of RR less E NE% of NW=4 .- 18 43 29 .
108 ft & less S 25 ft. __ 8 43 29 W. P. Andrews .__ 2.54 Block 2, Lots 10, 11 Nannie .Whidden .8L. 1
LaBelle Heights Subdivision W% of NW% Exc 1 A. in ; .

of Lots 10, 11 of E% > NW Cor Exc beg. NW S ,.
of JiEYi '._... .__. .- 8 43 ?'I Cor Gov. Lot 1, S 390 .- ,. '

.-c Lot 4 less 8 ft. off E ft. to pt of beg., S 400 I ., ._....'c..0.W' 1
End John W. Gallagher 1.36 ft. E 680 ft., N 400 ft., j ,
.... Lots 8 to 10 .____ Dr. Chas. S. Farriss 1.66 680 ft. to beg., Exc a '. '. : ... .'. .," .. ,. '.
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", .'.' ..I Lot 12 _____ Rosa Smith _"'---_ .81 ,35 ft. strip on W Side 18 43 ,. 29 :'" 27.A.: Huggett ''._: .. 3.21

Lots 49 to 52. -..____ B. K. Braren. ___MM__ 2.61 Beg. NW Cor of Gov. Lot ,.: ., .. : ,, -. ,.' :.' .. ':. ,'-:',! :

Palmdale Subdivision of S 390 ... ; ., "',. ; ." .. '.
eI 1, ft. .to pt of beg., s '-" .. ; "
Lot 12 of E% of NEVi 8 43 29 S 400 ft., E 680 ft., N '. ', ':. 4...,... \. ':'_ .>: .. ,: -+;..' ..:'.:'..
Lot 8'B..' F. Jilek ::-:-_ .81 I 400 ft., W 680 ft. to beg. : ,.S.t,, "',: .6 :'. '!. \:,. .;; .('
= Beg. 1088 ft. W & 30 ft. Exc a 25 ft. strip on W ;. .:.: '_ ,. :: .

.,, -I S of NE Cor of NE%, ,.- Side _.__.__: 18 43 .29 >, ... fi+Geo. :Burchard_ .._ .,8.51'.
Sec 8, S 660 ft., W .330 .'., W 3-4 of SEi of NW . -... ,...... "- ?.>.; .-4i .; I. t
ft., N 660 ft. E 330 ft. less RR Rwy, less beg. '1 -; z ';' '- '. >;; ':-j :'*' :'H "
to beg.: -. < 8 43 29 5 W. F. Cothern. 5.83 182 ft W of SE Cor., W : i) :*<1 ,v' *t ,'t :,
Belmont Subdivision of 417ft.N418ft.E417 ''-- -' -
.- of NE4 843 29 Ft S 418 J-
Wy ft to beg *
Block 1, Lot 2 City of LaBelle ___ .94 (4A) less beg NE Cor S J ; ; 5 b,,
Lot 5 Tom Abdoo' ____ '.94 1333 ft to SE Cor., W < s, ;. .,rr..., : I
.. JIIIIf Lot 8 ':(.' City of LaBelle .94 182 ft, N 1191 ft, NE'lyalg : ;, .:ems: t.i;
03CJD Lot 9 ,'. .", '. W. D. Hoffman .94 -. RR to pt W of beg-, / :
Lots 10 to 17, 20 to 24 .'' City of LaBelle 3.57 E to beg- (5A) Also less O' ,
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00' Lots 18, 19 -,-'. 0'.:' :.; Mrs. 3. Murdock 1.18 beg. 809 ft. W of SE .7y'..' ." N- .'.t., .. ... .....:. ",, : ,. 11 /.r. ., .
o Lots 33, 34, 36 'c {!: :.; City of LaBelle ____ 1.18 Cor of W E%, W ., : : ( ;' ', ': '.; ; :
Block 2. Lot 1 -- .... ; : A. L. Wise __' 1.18 105 ft, N 180 ft, E ,105 '::r > : -: : .: .

Block 5, Lots 3, 4 -. '1=: w. D. Hoffman .94 'ft., S 118 ft. to.beg.. _._ 18 43 29 20A. Huggett :_':":":-'-_. _'. 5.08 ,
z. Block 7, Lot 1 E. T.. Lindsey __ .81 Begat a pt 190 ft S of .. .,., ., ..,'," '< S "
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Block 11, Lots 4 '.. + R. M. Cason .81 NW Cor of NW'A=! E 210 ; :", t.\
Block 12, Lot 1. _______-c." ':,;c}' E. T.. Lindsey' .94 ft., S 210 ft.. W 210 ft., '. '
Lots 23 24 ___ .:}, E. T. Lindsey M .94 N 210 ft. to beg. __ 18 43 29' 1 Mary Fleming ...__.,_._.2.'L71
Block 14, Lots 15, 16! r. .. L :.\ ;.: Mrs. May Feazell '_ .94 Mary Evelyn Subdivision ti' ,f" ,.
Block 15, Lots 1, 2 -.:..- ',_f. ; Amanda & Alsade. of Pt of NE4 of SW%, i ": .
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Py': '. ....;- ...., r.wrr ... .. Edwards__ :,....,....-__: 1.24 bee. at NW Cor ot'NE1,4'' ,': '.">' > ::. .: l
Lot 11 M____ --- -- --_ ; .. Mildred Aylward .__ ..81Block of SW/4 E 420 ft.,. S .- ,:, ;:-.: "..- 1.:...:.' J":. ;
......c 16, Lot 2 ; '. ; Wm. C. Wood ,._. .81 518.57. ft., W 42O ft., N -

CQOP Lots 89 c' ., Tax I Delinquent '.93 518.57 ft. to beg. ,_. 18 43 28 y
.Q Lots 10, 11 '_._::__ C. A. >Hi-ers __ .94 4 Acres _.__ _.......- 4 C. M. Swindle '. 1.41
Adalrs Add. to Belmont 8', 43 29 Evelyn Terrace Subdivision -

Lots 1 to 4 ______ W. w. Mag-ruder 1.89 of SE% of SW/4 :.. 18 43 29 : 5
= Lots 5 to 12 _-. Josephine Hay Est. __ 4.63 Lot 1 P. C. Smith ___ .81

Ford Park Subdivision of Lot 25 _..______..___ T. P. Walton ___ .81
rf1. SYx of NWi/4 lens 5 A. 'Lots '116 to 119 -_____ Iona S. Otis' ,,94

In NE Cor & 5 A. In Lot 157 __...__________ E. C. Kammerer ."!.81
Q... NW Cor _. . 8 43 29 Lot 159 Geo. W. Filbert Co. _. .81

Sec 1, Lots 1 to 85. 88 Lot 162 _.._...__-.;____ Iona. S. Otis .________ .81::
to 162 -_ City of LaBelIe 2.66 Lots 167 to 169 __..____._ Tax Delinquent .81

Sec 2, Lots 1 to 165 City of. LaBelle ___. 2.49 Royal Palm Estates No. 5, t

Ro enberr-'s Subdivision Subdivision ofV>. of .
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',. of X""IA of 1\V1,4 __ 8 43 ,28Lots W% of SW% of SE/4 18 43V .

1, 2 less St Rwy 18 R. E. Burchard ____ 4.05 Block 4, Lot 8 ____ :Mrs. F.. M.. Woodruff ,
Lots 3 to 5 ,- :Mahala S. Royer __ 4.05 Willen -, ,__. 1.11
Sunset Park Subdivision Royal Palm Estates No. \ ',
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CIS 43 29 -
of W% of S\V1A S of
7 Subdivision of E%
Sec A, Lots 1 to 26 R. N. :Miller _-..:-_-- 1.18: \V/2 of S\\7y of SEV4 18' 43 29 ,

= Sec B. Lots, 1 to 51 -' R. N. :Miller ---,--_...-- J.ffi Block 3. Lots 13, 14 _.__ C. A. Grimmet __, .81
Sec C, Lots 1 to 51 -..-- R. N. Miller' _---.:._ 1.86 Block' 4, Lots 4, 5 _.-....__ Ella C. Meachan .81

Sec D, Lots JL to ,,51 less Block 5, Lots 6, 7 _____.._ .Ola Jean Patterson .. ..81

seWl. ___- : _....t5iS: ; ; R. Nr Miller '__'___'M 1.96 Ei& of EIof SWi of ,, 1
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Lots 1 SE% (Royal Palm Es- ,

ca Rwv '-' .-. -. t. R. N. ..1iller. -....------.. 1.96 tates No.8) .._._.._.___.... 18 43' 29 10 Unknown ____.=___ 1.54
Sec :r Lots 1 to 51 less '
: W'/fc ofV 1$ of SEU of ,
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Rwy R. N. Miller __________ 1.96 I SE'/i (Royal Palm Estates ,. '
H Sec G, L..t..i-fo..S1-----: I R. N. :: -..----.....--- No.9) .__"...___._ 18 43' 29 10 Unknown __..__--.:. 1.54
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sc ::=:::: < o.lPller 1.6666
52
H, Lots 1 to R. N. :: ------.---.-- S. LaBelle Manor Subdivision -
Sec I. LOtS 1 to 51 ":. R. N. ..'oII11er:: ......-.-.... .--....- 1.66 I of SEJ/ of :NW4Lots 3 44 29
Eec i o..s'r to 71 b"R.. N. :Miller ----:...- 1.66. 1416 to 1888 ..........._..:_ 40 Ray C", Hull _.________ 1.73
< ;I' errnce"u: ,.': \ E'of NW'/4 .____......._.__M 6 44' 29 80 R.- E. Kurtz _. .-___ 2.07
division of E* of SW4 'I. .: E\t of SW14 .._.__.__ 6 44 29 80' Jas. L. Nicholson ---._. 2.07

&. N% of .SE'/ 8 43'V'. 5 A. in NW Coryof' NWi .

Sec A, Lots 6, 7 <--- .-:: 1V. 'r. Bontol1' ,"._......_....-.......- 71 of SEi; (110 yds EV "
B. 1 '''- .' ."" '-' o.lrs.:: Ella R.. Bryan _,M__ .81 270ydsN& S) -_....._.._..:. 17 45 29 .. C! J. Kirk. ___-_....M--; .54
Sec C. LOt to 8 5 A. in SW Cor of NW% .....
-. i ,:,. R. N filler! --..-----..--- .81 \.
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Lots 10 tOos138 less RR : : of- SE& (110 yds E & .,. .
n. N. Miller ... 1.66 .
------ _.... _
39 to 81 ::' : ..._._ 17 45 29 .5 Gec F.ritche3" _,..w. "': 1.54
Sec D. Lots ': : R. N. Miller M___ 1.06 W, 220 yds N & S\\ ; ,. .
Sec D. N% of 84 to .113, ".: '.' Nof NW1 of SW7" of ... .; ... ,
1
& N of Lots 115 to : .
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... ......._ ', SEi _1__ 17 45 29 5 Geo. Fritchey' 1.24.;
120 __________ : -- R.N. .II'Iler 1.41 '-""
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Sec E, Lots 1 to 80, 82 N'A of NW'i of l'E'SE / 2.19
20 45 29 30 Emory Taylor : --.
of NW of NE i !
to .. 1.91: & ;i ,
-- ---- R. N. Miller
l5t ----------- ,
,. E% of NEiJ of NW;4 of
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t.t
.... Sec 100 R. N. Miller ___._ 1.66 ', .
Sec G. Lots 3, 50 Marie' Hellman ___L_,..._ .81 SE4 less begNW Cor.. .. ,. :;.
Lot .20 -_ W. M. Banton _..:.-- .81 'E 210 'ft N' S 420 ft"beg.W.20 45 29 3 Robert P. Holland .--- 3.74.
210 420 to
ft. ft
Sec J, Lots 1 to 73 R. N. Biller- ___ 1,54Sw '
'. of SE ii _._...__w 8 43 29 R. N. Miller __.____.--: 5.23 E1. & S1h: of SW 14 & "
{ NW1A ..___._...._.._-'-._ 12 43 29 150 Mrs. Carrie Shealey 1.11 NEJ/i of NWU & NW& 450 C. J. Kirk 20.11
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29 -- ,
... 21 45
NW?i of NE 4 & 'V1h of of SWiJ of NW i : I

. ., ,- Wla, of NE 4 of NE114 43 29 50 W. F. Daniels ____ 2.54 Beg. 893 ft. W of NE Cor .,
SE1/ of SW% of NE% & of SW'i. W 1327 ft. to : ,. ', .

j S44 t, of SEi of NEtf of pt 420 ft. E of NW '. I .... .

NW14 _.____.._____ 14 43 29 15 B. F. Magill ._'_::___.- 1.66 Cor of SW 4 S 567 ft., .. .
"y
E1h of W% of NE% of E 1327 ft. 'N 567 ft. to ; "I. ::_ __. 8.0'>.
Thomas .
117 Jesse ; "
29 "':'--
22 45
'NW1/4&E1: of W% of begSep. _....?....._ J

W% of NElof NW114 43 29 15 Mattie Thomas ___ 1.78 SE Cor of SW ". run ; ,.', "I,,, ; ,)'.. '
,I' Beg. 1980 ft. S of NEtor..J' N 3037 ft. to NE Cor of '
1110 ft W 5280 SW%. W 893 ft, S 3037 .. 2.88
46 Jesse Thomas ._.. : -
,. 29 .
ft. E 893 ft. to beg 22 45 '
E :
/ .. 1110 ft. to 4.27,
Purr
jc on fin A fl.
'. .. I begLuckey's-. :....__.:.: -- 16 43 29 133 Alexander 'C. Zarbriskie' 5.53. N1of NW4 _...__.___.__ 26:i '10 29 60"3, 40 W. E. Gibbs 1.61--
: N1of Nth of SW14 _._... 26 45 '.
Subdivision of of of NW4 of
E% of NEVi of NE% 17 43 29 Eth NE1'4 NE14 Exc 1 A. In SE ..

Block 1, Lots 1 to 5 '-- W. H. Poole _____ 4.63 Cor & ofSV>+ of.
Lots 8, 9, 12, 13 .. Tax Delinquent -----:-. 1.41 I NW* fE4 NE% .____ 27 45 29 9. Mattie Thomas --....!.-.- 1.84
Lots 10, 11 ---.-- -._-- Mrs. D., L. McLaughlin .- .94 An acre in SE Cor of '
Lots 14, 15 Ray C. Hull .94 NW4 of NE14 27 45 '29 1 C. 3. Kirk _-.' 1.08
Lots 21, 22, 25, 26 Tax Delinquent __'_ 1.41 W1h of W1h of NWv4" of' : .
: Block I, Lots 23, 24 -_ Mrs. D. L. McLaughlin _MM .94 ______ __ 27 45 10 R. L. Lowe 1.24
Lots 16 to 19 ------ Ray C. Hull ..___"_'_M'__ 1.18 NE1o N NE% 27 45 29 10 Jesse B. Thomas .94 L .
Lot 21 _____._ Ada Keen .__M-_ .71 SW4 EVof.._ 27 45 29 40 3. T. Perry :....___.-- 3.00
Block 3. Lots 3 to 6 Tax Delinquent _.___ 1.18 Wth ofNE'A of N'V-* 27 45 29 20 3esse', B. Thomas --'-- 1.41

Lots 7, 14, 8 __ H.V.. Luckey _---- 1.18 of of NE 4 of
Lots 9 to 11 ___ Oscar Luckey ____ 1.18 W1h SE1.4 NW14__.._ _____ 27 45 29 5 Mrs Martha Lowery. 1.10 1.24SW1,4 .
Lots 12, 13._,--_'_-. G. A. Hill __ -" .81 ot NE1.4 M of SEv4 27 45 29 10 C. H. Dunaway .'
Lots 15 to 17, 19, 20'_ : Flossie P. Luckey _._ 1.89 SE NE14 of :.'
of
N1of
! I Block 4, Lot 13 __ Granville Crawford ___. ..71 SEl,4 ___%M ._..__...:...___:. 27 45 29 5 W. 1L Dunaway -- 1.29 t.
Lot 17 _._______-_- ------ Mattie Burnette __ .71 SE14 &.
Nth of SE% of 7.98
: Favors Subdivision of E% r SETA of SE1.4 of SE% M_ 27 46 29 30 Hurd ,L. Reeves ---, ,'.

of NW4 of NEVi .t .. An acre in NE Cor of E2 46 1.08
W% of NW% of NW/4 of NE1.4 of / _..__ '28 ,,29 1 Tax Delinquent -. c ,

of NE/4 .._...---..-__. .__ 17 43 29 SW'4 of NE & EIh of 6.48'S. "
J' S 80 ft., Lot 4 -=: -- Ollie Kirkland ___._ .81 SE1/ of NW'28 45 29 60 Jos. Weintraub -- 2.19 .
Lot 22. __'-- Carlos Booth ____. .71 SEA of SW4 ___ 28 45 29 .0 Mildred Taylor --- : '
of. E% .' 28 45 29 40 R; 'E. Kurtz q7, '
Booths Subdivision NW1,4 of SE1.4 __.____ .. 4
f NW1.4. of. NW14 of i tNEV1 Nth ot NE1/4 less 21h A. .
., A N% of SW% in NE Cor 'of NE% & 8.23. .'a
of NW/4 of NE/4 le.lI. NE ,4 of NW,4 __._ 33 45 29 11'11A1. Mildred Taylor -- ., ,
r.
I. RD Hwy on East Side 17 42 29 .
1i Lots 7, 8 ..M'W.. N. Stallinga....._. .81 Eth of NEof NEh &_ 29 60 Jackson Grainger Est 3W12 \ '

Lots 9, 10 24 to 30 .---- C. C.' Cochran _.-.__ 1.11 SEtA of NE1 _.___ 34 45 29 20 C. Jerome Morrison 1.4
Lots 13, 14 Tax Delinquent -_____ .81 of 'NE* of NE14 '1
Lots 20, 21 _._-- Thed Yeomans __ .11 SW1A: at 'NE14 & SE14___ 34 46 29 80 Nuly Davis Ex -- 3.29 i
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Lota 22, 47 to'50 ____ Delia V. Surrency .94 of NW 4 ___ 34 46 29 40 3..A. Steele 2.37. '
SW'A of NW'A ____- .
Lots 36, 40 _____._ Tax Delinquent .SI '. '
Sth of NW% of SWVl of Beg. 850 ft. E of NW Cor r. .
NE2,4 less Rd Rwy on of NE14 of SW14. E to '. ,:" ',;;

East Side __ 17 4S 29 5) Tax Delinquent 1.78 1h Sec Line, S to SE Cor :' : ;ry" :: ..
i N* of SE% of SW2A. of of NE'A of SW 1A, W to ; -' ; ti. .. ,s .
17 U:9 G L 1.4S a pt. S of beg. N to Kirk .2.76 ; '
NEJ,4 ___---- W. Reynolds .' U 46 28 14 C. J. '
Beg. NW Cor of :N% of beG' StiV1A ._ 34 45 2' 40 IIrs. .Jesse 13.. Thomas ._ 2.3'1 t
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SW% of SE>4 of SW% ;i' ;:. SW14
's t N h. of SE1.4 less strip of
of NE%, E 330 ft. .'
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Description S T R Owner Amount Desertptio S 'r R ,A' Owner: Amount .::. .- ..'.
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j strip being 30 ft. on t ( EJh ot Elh' of S\VJn, S of i ,
each side of a line ,. ". 9 Mlle Canal _......__ 12 43 33, 11 R. E. Kurtz _:_'__' 1.65
beg. at a pt 990 ft. 'V' : ', NEJ/; of SE;: & N% of' I
of NE Cor, S across ;, SE'of SB?: N of 9.f > .' "
NE A of SEU to a pt .' .' Mile! Canal --.-'---':' 12 43 33 33 A. I.' & Pauline lc- :. .: {
I. on S line 990 ft. W of Mullen R.----. :._: .5,10So ", .
SE Cor public Rd. :_ 34 45 29 78.2 Neeley Davis Ex' .:_ Y? 5.39 of NE;; of SE4 & : i < \ ." "
, E4 of NEBof NE?. of Nfr of SE?; of SE?. S. .' ,. '
; I NEU _-___ 35 45 29 5 J. L.. Maddox _.-__.___ 2.56 of 9 .:Mile Canal -- 12 43 3323 A. L. & Pauline Mc- : "
1I I W1/ of NEU of NEU of I' Mullen _____.___ 3.89 -' .
f NEU 35 45 29 5 'J. L. Maddox '-___-.,-_.._ 2.56 NW?; of SE4 --'-'- 12. 43 33 40 R. E. Kurtz ____ <-?_::._;. 5.51 '
Gov. Lots: 3, 4 _......._._.._._ f 43 30 84 W. F. Daniels _-? .__ _., 2.85 SWiof SEAN ot 9 ,
j All Frac. ...__.__._._____..__ 1 43 32 19 Glades Land Co. M.,,_-,,.,_., 1.10 Mile Canal _"--_ 12 43 33 8 B. I.... 'Vllliams ____ 1.76 .
S All Frac. ____.._.. .; ..-. 2 43 32 29 Glades Land Co. _____ 1.35 SW?; of SE?. S of 9 : i
All Frac. _._.__.__:.;___:_ 3 43 32 5 C. C. Cook 00_.____..._ .72 :Mile Canal _. 12 43 33 28 D. L.: Williams _.___.__.... 4.29 .
All Frac. ____'.._.__.1-._ 4 43 32 13 'C C. Cook _..-___ .83 W2 of SW?,'., of SEJof F., '
All Frac. ___:...:..__...._ 5 43 32 56 Glades Land Co. __..._..._ 2.23 SE?. _______-_._ 12 43 33 4% G-: II. Cox .:.....-.......___..._ 1.76
.All N & E of Hwy. _..._.___ 6 43 32 40 Glades Land Co. ?..____ 1.73 SE?; of SE14 of SE?. _. 12 '43 33 9 Mable, Rankin Hay ____ 1.25
All N & E of Hwy .?.__ 7 43 32. 59 Tax Delinquent ______ 2.23 NE?; ......._........__..___._-....._ 13 43 33 141 C. Jerome MorrIson .__ 11.83 ,
NW l,4 of NE?; lyg. S of All __....._...____.____ 14 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent _._._...__ 23.19EJ2
Hwy -;:-.- 7 43 32, 20 Lykes Dros. _______:...:.._ 3.92 &. El of S\V4 "--.-'-'_ 15 43 33 383 C. P. 'Gauldlng __.,..___.._ 15,61NW4 .
'All N & E of Hwy 8 43 32 418 Tax Delinquent __-:._:.. 13.59 & Wlh of S\V4 ..-.. 15 43 33 211 Tax. Delinquent .. -'-___ 8.04
I, All Frac. --'--.-.-.....---..:....-... 9 43 32 583 Glades Land Co. __...._._._ 18.77 N2 & SW;, & 'V% of .
All :---'---- ------ '-- 11 43'' 32 618 Glades Land Co. --._..__ 19.91 NW4 of SE1/: -....--.,:. 16 .43 83 467 Arlpel: Farms Co. __.__285.60 ..
II J All Exc N% of Nlh of SE;{ less, W4 of' NWJ16 43 '33 139 Tax Delinquent _____..._._ 4.20 ,
NW U _._....,-___.w______' 12 43 32. 582 Glades ,Land Co. _...-.-_ 19.07 All _.____......._________ 17 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent .__...____375.46 ., /
NJl.. of N% of N% of : All _..___...:.__.__..._...__..___ 18 43 33 611 Glades Land Co. _..__.._ 23.19
NW?. _.._..._..__:...__._.. .12 43 32 19 F. Dean Duff ---......---...... 1.40 All ___.._....._..._._-__._ 19 43 33 631 Glades Land Co. _.__ 16.33
S2 ofNWU' Nof Nrof I All __...:._._.__..-__. 20 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent _.__-:._380.19
--__.,.__......:-__--:... 12 '43 32' 20 John 'V4 :Myers -..---...-....-. 1.40 I I All -._---.-,-.----.----..- 21 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent ..__.._........377.88 _. '
f SWU .& Elh __..___ 23 43' 32. 480 Unknown ______ 12.57 All .._...__. .-_. 22 43. 33 610 Tax Delinquent _, _.._._ 15.61 .,
I E% & Elh of ,'VJh0-":" 29 43 32 480 Tax Delinquent -..-__._ 12.57 All _.._.___.__.._...._... 23 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent ____ 16.12 '
All Exc S',4 of NWU of. .\VJh .____..___..;.... ._.. 24 43 33 304 Glades Land Co __?._. 8.04 .
.' SWU of SW4 ...-....-'-- 36 43 32 606 Glades Land Co. ..-_.. 15.91 'W'h. ._ .-.- 225 .43 33 30245 Glades Land Corp. r__ 8.04 '
I i SH. of _NWU of SWU of. All ...__....._______.._..____._..... 43 33 Tax Delinquent __ '16.25 : .
,I SWU ---':"--'---->_..- 35 43 32 ,5 Glades Land Co. _'___ '1.13 All ...:....____._: __...--_.._ 27 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent __----'_... 15.67 .. -
I All ----...:.-...---.....:-'-.- 1 44:12:: 639 Consolidated Naval All ...._._______...________ 28 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent' __..___ 16.25 .
I Stores' _.._._.___._........:.._.._.__. 16.04 All ...__...._......._--:.._?.___w__ 29 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent _.___?, 16.33 ." .. -- .
i All --_.-...,.-.--..:..--:.... 2 44 32 638 Consolidated Naval All _.._._,.__.._.___..-'-__ 30. 43 33 631 Glades Land Co. ___.. 16.33 '' ';. .
o' '. ',' Stores _______.......__....._ 16.04 All ._.._......___...._ '______ 31 43 33 631 Glades Land Co. ___... 16.33 "/ ,
I'II NEU .of'SEU __-.-.- :.. 6 44 32 40 E. F: Dunn .:---. _. 1.66 ;All _.._..__._.__-_.::-___ .32 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent __.__.__._ 16.33 ...
All ____._.._...______-'- 10 44 32 640 J. C. Jackman __: ._; 15.74 All -..-..V.._....?-,.--:-- ---- ,33 43 '33 625 Tax Delinquent! M__...:_._. 16.33 } '. I
All ____._. ._..___ 11 44. 32 640 Consolidated Naval All ..:-..___...._.___..____ 34 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent '_'---' 15.87 .
.. Stores .__....... : ..__ 16.04 All _........__..._....__.__._ 35 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent __ __ 16.33
.: Slh .....-_._.,._.____..::.__ .12 44 32 320 Consolidated Naval All .....?._;__..:.______._._.. 36 43 33 609 Glades Land Co. ____.- 15.87 -. ,
Stores ---- 8.39 All .....,,,...__._.._..:.__:_._.._ 1. H 33 605 Glades Land Corp.. --:..- 15.61
I All __...:..:____ __ 13 44 32 640 Consolidated Naval All .__..._.._...__....._. .. ._. _'_ 2 H 33' 615 Tax Delinquent _._.__.___ 15.98 .
Stores ___.._._..._...,- '16.04 All Exc Rn Rwy --:....__ 3 44 33 599 Tax... Delinquent .... .__......; 15.94 ;
All ..__..._...._._.._..__..___. ........ 14 44 32 ,,640 Consolidated Naval'I All ......... ....:....._-r---- 4 44 33 613 Aripeka Farms Co. ___:_. 15.98All ,
Stores ,_____:-_ I _..._.__....__-_ 5 44 33:: 618 Aripeka Farms Co. -.__._ 15.98 "
All __...:.....:...__.:.:..-__......_'_ 15 44' 32 640 J. C. Jackman --'..__._. 15.74 All _._ __.__.-.:.._ 6 H 33 610 Glades Land Co. .__...__ 15.87E 1 \.'
Nlh of NE?4 & NEU of % __..____.__._ 7 H 33 320 Consolidated Naval '. .
NWU & EI h of NWU Stores _.__. .__ '"''__'? _'__ 8.84'Vlh '.' :
of NWU --..--..-.---.- ,16 44 32 140 J. C. Jackman .......;....-0----. 4,40W4 _.___...._.____._..._ 7 H '33 32 Wm. A. Boetting _.___ 8.54 ,
I of NWU of NWU 16 44 32 20 David Puhl ._._.._..,.L..__ 1.18 All _.__ _..______ 8 H 33 640 Tax Delinquent _.___' 16,61E4 ,'' -
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Slh of N* & Slh _.__._._ 16 44 32 480 Tax Delinquent _'_'''_'''_?'_''_ 11.91 of S'VJ of NE4 __ 11 H 33 20 Rebecca Collins ___ .97 / .
All __._.__.._.__.._____ 21 44 32 640 Hflliard Bros. ._.___. 15.74 W?2 of SE14 of NEJ4, __ 11 44 33 20 Tax Delinquent _____.:: .97 '. .
I NEU of NE JA. & S'l' of E1f.z of .NEi of NW14 _... 11 H 33 20 Tax, Delinquent: __ .97 "
i NBU :..j_____....._...._.__.. 22 44 32'' '120 J. C. Jackman _-_ 3.62 \v of, NE2/ of NWJ,4 ;& I ? '
NWU of NE / & N% of W4 of S\V of NWIA ,11 44 33' 40 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 1,76WA :
NWU -.__....._...:-_ 22 44 32 120 EdIth Gilman -________., 3.62 of NW4 of mv 44 __ 11 44 33 20 Tax Delinquent _._ .97 #?' ""
1 S'/4 of NWU .& NWU of E2 of SWI,4 of NW?. __ 11 44 33 20 Tax Delinquent ___ .97 .'
r SWU .__._. .. ._ .. 22 44 32 120 C. L. Arbuthnot -_ 3.U 20 ..../ ,1 : SI
, i -- ---" E" of SE4 of. NW 44 _.._ 11 44 33 E. R. Caven ___:._ .97
t NEU of SWU, & S% of E lz of NEVI of SW'44 _._.._ 11 44 33 20' Nora D. Goff _____ .97 ( .
j It. SW?4 _.__....__._...._.:___.__ 22 44 32 .120 J. C. Jackman __......_ 3.62 E4 of NW1W of SWJ,4 _... 11 H 33 20 W. F. Bennett _.-._:.-- .97. .
E. % of SEU &NWU of Wlh of SE of S1V1A. & '. ,
-SEU ____.._ ______- 22 44 321 120 J., C. Jackman _-:-....-__ 3.62 EJh of SW 24 of SEJ,4 & .
SWU of SEU, --_._...__ 22 44 32 40 C. L. Arbuthnot. .--__..__ 1.41S2 W?2 of SE4 of SEJ.4 11. H 33 .60 Seaboard Highlands Inc. '2.58 -
__..__.____._.____:_. 23 44 .32 320 Consolidated Naval /' All _.___________ 12 H 33 627 Glades Land Co. 18.25 ,.., "
Stores __._.__.._..M____ ,8.39 All :.__...._..._._________ H 44 33 627 Glades Land Co. ____ 16.25
: Nlh ...__,______ 23 44 32 320 Unknown ._.......__ _....___._. 8.09 EJh of NW% of NEIA & 1/+. '
All -..-........-..-------.-.. .-- ,25 44 32 640 Consolidated. Naval SE4 of NW( ._...__ 15 44 33 60 L. S. Remsberg __ 2.28 \. .
Stores ._..._.,.r. ___..?._ 16.04 W%' of SW',4 of NEV ._ 15 44 33 20 Mrs. I. N. Turrell __ .97 ..
I All _____...._..._.__...___._.. 27 44 32 640 J. C. Jackman _.__.__,. 15.74 NE? of NW I4 ..;..__ 15 H 33 40 L. S. Remsberg __ 1.46 .
NEU & E lh Of SEU _..._ 28 44 32 220.J. C. Jackman ..___._.. ....._.._._ /'i.71I EJk of SEJ,4 of NEl,4 15 44 33 20 Tax Delinquent __ .97
I NWUNEU _.._..___._.::._.,___._ 28 44 32 160 Mrs. J.' A. Yerke __._ 4.27 SE% of SW?* __.. __ 15 044 33 40 L. S. Remsberg -._:.'_ \ 1,46W1z Q..
of SWU ._..1..,___.___ 28 44 32 '40 J. C. Jackman _?.____ 1.41 of NW; of SEJ.4 15 H 33 20 Mrs. Lillie Hartman, '
I,' W% of SWU _._.._.:..._...._.__... 28 44 32 80 C. L. Arbuthnot "'--'\71.41 Adm. ___._.__..__....___ 1.27 ,
II, E% of SE J4 of SWU & 'V2 _...________._ 17 H 33 320 Consolidated Naval "
i NWTof SEU of SW28 44 32 30 'V'_ H. Adams .....___.....?...._ 1.48 Stores ._.___ 8.84
,,I SWU of SEU of SWU ". 28 44 32 10 J. C. Jackman ---..-:,,"_ ,81 'VJh __- ___ 18 H. 33 318 Consolidated Naval .
NWU of SEU & NEU of Stores _______ 8.84
j SWU of SEU & W2 All __._._._....__..___ ,19 H 33 639 Consolidated Naval
of SWU of SEU .-_._,_ 28 44 32 70 C.., L. Arbuthnot ____ 2.13I I Stores '_'_"_ 16.91 I -
i I WI 4 Of NEU____.:__. ...: 32 44 32 80 C. L. Arbuthnot _.._.____ = .
, I NWU of NWU _.____......_ 32 44 32 40 Horace G. Stuthard ; ,
''I NEU of SEU .,..._._.... ._.__ 32 '44 32 40 S. L. Spicer __- .._' = "
\ NJh of NEU .:.._...._..:....___ 34 44 32 80 Earl Anderson ______
''I I SW' of NEU & EH of .
: NWU -:....:......--_--?.- 34 44 32 120 C. L. Arbuthnot' -_.__.,:._- P-tt
I SWU of NWU w.__._?.. 34 44 32 40 Lawrence Me han __:-I. : o '
: I Providence City SuhdlvU- :
, lon of SW'/i & W% ;:'ofLots .. ,
!i'EJA ._:._.... ._ 3-Cf 44 32 .' .- : : .. '
25. 26 in Block S w M. Bradley '.:.__... .__. ::: : ,
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Lots 45, 46 in :Block 15 1 Phoebia .DarQer'r..c.<. :'.
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Lots 39 to 42 in Block 20 :' Melvma erry. __?..".--- : : ; ?
Lots 34, 35 in Block 23 Jessie M.' Foster __-_.....__.__ ; \ .
Lots :I": 37. Block 23 ___ "*...;. .. Earl Stewart _._.._____._.
Lots 32, 33, Block 24 .._.__._ ; .-".' .' Lorenza Keenheel ....-;-- =
Lots 34 to 36, Block 24 ,.{, ..Jas. ,N. Desane .____ ,
Lots 23, 24 in Block 26 ; ,.. Cora Thomas __-,-._.__,
Tot 11. Block 27 ..... ........_ -v. -. .. Nancy, Mitchell ____
i. Lots 21, 22, Block 43 __ W. A. 'Barnhfll ___ ,
Lots 46 to 48 in Block 46" ';,' Mrs. Ada Doykon _;-__
Garfield City Subdivisionof :"
SEU'of NEB & EH 'f' : :: : .
of SEU Exc Lots 11, .., .'., ,. .' .' ::
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', 12, Block 1: Lots 15. '16; ., :.,:.;: '- ', ..
24 to 27, Blk. 1:, Lots .. r" '., : .
1 to 3. 7, 8, 24, Blk. 2; .' : ..:: .," ..- ,
Lots 25 to. 28, Blk. .3. .. .. '' '. .
I Lots 23, 31, 32. 42. Blk. \ r ',c' '.i ;;,
4 : 'Lots 1. 2, 21 to '24, ': '. ";" ; ,
45, 4//;, Blk. 5: Lots 21, :. ? '. ; .

,I' Blk. 7: Lots 21, 22. Blk.. ; ,' .,.: '
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8; Lots 45, 46, Blk.' 9 ; *. "J" \ O.

Lots 21 to 24. Blk. 14 '' 34- 44 32'Block 114 Luther Austin.:___:......:.._._
1, Lots 11, 12 ..-_-....-. Curtis Avant ..._.__..______.:_ ,
I \ Lots 15, 16._._....._.._..._.__.......... + 'Kelly Strong ..__.._. .____ ; M, *
Lots 24 to 2., > J. J. Thornhill --._._.. '
Block 2, Lots-.2-.3.----, r Mrs.: J. C. Weeks ._:__c
Lot 24Block ...-....' -; ...-....--..--.....- ., Laura Taylor ..........?.._ : a' .
: 4. Lot 23 '---"--"'-"_ r Fannie A. Beatty '.._.__...._ ,
Block 5, Lots 45, 46 -:--', ';.:' Wallace & Ethel Bran- : {; ::

'' ham ....--._............_..-.............._.--..._ !
Block 9, Lots 45, 46 -..-...,. :. Lillie Butler .... ..._..._._,.... !._ : : ." .
All "...-.-_-..-_._.__._.._.._...._.-_,.? '35. 44 32', 640 Consolidated Naval? ? ?. ; .

Stores .. .,....: .. .... :... ...
NE 2',,,' of" SB14 ......--............_.._... .-3 45 '32 40 Tax Delinquent-.; -....-....._-....--....-_ : :; ; '
T:2oY NB / & SwNru : .of' 00." .
of 'NW14 & E14 of ,
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NW14 of NW11. & NW14.of I
NWI4of N'VJ4, & Elf 1 '. .
of SWW?{ of NW of ;
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51NW4of/ ............_.........-.................?...... 35 45. 32 / 85 Stafford Luckey, : :
;sExc .SE.ofSE4 .. ------- \

S of NE;. .............-.._:.._.. 35 '45 32 70 'Clifford Luckey =. .......... : '
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N\VJ.,'., of NE2,{ __ 35 45 32 ; .
-' '"' ''' 40 W T Hull ......... ..
I SEJi of NW14 ....._._._.__;: 35 45 32 40 Clifford' uc k.-- ... ;.? ;
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I N'VJ' of NEJl of NWT35 45 3" ....-...............?. (
I I SEA/4noff NEJA of NWIA' _::::: 35 45' 32 1100 SnlaffocrdHLUllckey.......-..-..--.---. ; ; ;
'- / of Sz of 2.64"n; :
Swl'a of NW4 .....:_.._._.._._.. :::15 41 32 5 Ray C. Hull _.__..___.__
SEV of N'VJ% _. ..36 45 32 40 Eura Lee Durrance __.._ : : : : ,
All ..........--.__.._..,_._._._._.___.__. 24 46 32 640 Geo. W WhitehUl'st ___ j : : ''' .
All .._._........._._._.._____-1...___ 26 46 32 640 Geo. W. 'Vhltehurst ._.._ I : ;
'N% & SW;. .:.._..._._:._.__.... n dR 99:: 480 Trustees 1. I. Fund _-.-__ :
Sib _._.,___.___.__._.__ 28 46 32 320 Hilliard Bros. .m........................ !
All _.______.__.;..._ .30 46 32 640 Hilliard Bros. ?--_---- :
1. All -.._.._....__....__.__....._.........._.. 32 46 32 640 Hilliard Bros. ..............._.._._.._
ii'. An ---...,.-....---.--..:..-........... ::14: 4/J2/; : 640 C. P. Gaulding --:.....--?.-.- J,
'All .:..-...........__._..._...........__.__.?.. 36 46 32 640 C. P. Gaulding _._____ .
N'U'JJ. A i'uhdh.lon of :
I ROII.'a Subdivision . 4 48 32 I
,I Block 25, Lot 8 Lucian C. Hatler ____,___ .
All ...-.-.--___,-- 6 48 32 640 Clarence H. Green, -.-:.?..-

All Exc Slh, S' ,,_.__?_ 34 48 32 Florida Land & Timber .

Co. ___:........_.....__._...___._
All Frac. -.......__ ?_._' ____? 6 43 33 13 Glade LandCo. '?_'.__, ,
j ,All __:-.._.__.....___._..:.._ .7 43 33 628 Glades Land Co __..._.-. ,
All ,..___.......__.__..:.....__ 8 43: 33 628 Tax Delinquent ._..........__..?...
All .._-"'-_,_..,_.._____ 9 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent _.___ :
All -_.....-..--.--,.-.--_- 10 43 33 612 Arlpeka Farms Co. -.__. I
E% of NB'Wh of" : :'
I I \ .NEU N of 9 :Mile Canal 11 43 33 136 R. N. Miller _________ \
Ei/4 of NE* S of 9 Mile :
I Canal 11 43 33 1, Tax Delinquent ""
That part Ivpr. S of 9' M.. ----1".
Canal of SWU of NEU i ,
I & W of SEtA -__ 11 43 33 100R. N. Miller ,_.__ 1.... .
W of 9' Mile: Canal ....__ .11 43 33 M Unknown ,, -,,-,-----.... : .
w'S: of 9 Mile Canal : : \

less E% of EV- of. SWU 11 43 33 238 Tax Delinquent _._ ____
E% of EH of SW'11 43 33 '.40 Aripeka Farms Co; __ :
E% of SEAS Of 9 Mile .
Canal __._ 11 43' 33 68 Tax Delinquent _.___
'E% of SEU N of9Mile .
Canal ,11 43. 33 12 Unknown __..._ _.___ .
N% less ACL RR Rwy 12 43 33 320 Aripeka Farms Co. ...:_.._..
WJh. of W% of SWU & ,
W% of Ei/4'' of W% of : "
SW% N of 9 Mile Ca- '

nal __.___....____...____ 12 43 33 23 F. TDeane Duff ___-_
W% of E% of W% of
RWU & WIA of W% of f, :
S SWS of -9 Mile Canal 12 43 33 23 F. Deane Duff ...:.____ ..
,WIh' of EJh of W% ot. :
SWU S of 9 Mile Canal 12 43 33 9 :A. G. Lincoln _.., .L.: .... :
E%' of E% of Ei/4 of E* : : :
of War of SWU N of.9 -'_ :
Mile Canal 12 43 33. 3 Curtis Golden _____ '
E% of EH1 of EH of EH ; "
of WH of SWU S of 9 : !

Mile Canal ______ 12 43 33 '.2 Curtis Golden. __..,.. ........ .
.WJh 'Of EH ,of SW.U N of' '. ::: :: : : g : ::: ;
9 Mile Canal _'_''', 12 43 33 25 Alma F. Yetter' _.____
Wlh' of EH of SWU S of "
III 9 Mile Cana 12 43 33 12 Alma F. Tetter ___ ,
EH of EH of SWU N of .
9 :Mile Canal _R___ 12 43 33 25 R. E. Kurtc;' ..;___.._---: ., .,

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lHUf1' ft1)f ,,__ .Deollcrlptltnt, ., ST. .R-A-. t.faY bwaer'ctf' ''' :nv Amount I.Description S ,T R A. 01'nter' t'; ..i.'otNS.EE1 ;

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-------- ---- --- ft. to beg., less a 70 ft. of SWt4 of SE14 ...... 13 45 34 10 Chas. D. Young _....._...___......, .83
............_.:.. 14 43 34 30 Elbert L. Stewart ._-- 16.61 / Exc W1b of SE1& ._ 17 45 3'0 140 T..ykes Bro ._._...._.: "5.51
BegrIP6lO nftNE81"& 275 ft. 'SV1J.: of SE14 of NE1 __ 17 45 34 20 Seaboard Highlands' Inc. 1.21 l
N of SW Cor of Sec 14. '' I of NW1,4 & of
N 100 ft., E 130 ft, S c.,. NWJ.4. of NW 3W14 .
ft. W 130 ft to Efhf EI4 of NWV4 _._._.. 17 45 34 120 Lykes Bros _...._,.._.._._..___ 5.0
beg.100 .... __.......-.......-......"...***.- 14 43 34 1 L. L. Lowe ..___-- 5.59 E"o.. NNEI4 of N'VI4 -- 17 45 34 20 D. C. '""Vllliams ._.--.....---- 1.21 4
Begat pt" 610 ft. E of S'V' of NW, .__ 17 45 34 20 Tax: Delinquent LUSW14
of Sec 14, E 220 ft., Exc W1h of W14 '
N Cor 105 ft. E 50 ft, N 50 I;,;. I of SWu4 ._ ...._,:._. 17 45 34 146' LykesBros.. 6.11
270 ft, S 151)) ft. ': Wof SW14 of SWI4 _'_ 17 45 34 20 Rica E. Egbert Lit

I to ft, b g. .:......_....................."-..... 14 43 34 13-4 '.T. J. Geiger >....'-____. 8.45 SEJ/ Exc W1h of NW of >. .
.. 4.20 y.SW14
of SEH _. 1-1' 43 34 10 F. G.' Johnson --: -- "
SE/ of SEU -- .. ... N\Vb4 of SE'/ & Wth of
Beg. 610 ft. E &- 375 ft. '> of SE% _.:..._..__ 11 45 34 120 Lykes Bros. ___ 5.61)
\ .N' of SW Cor of Sec 14, o :; W1/a of N'VI4 ''of '''SEJA' .. ._ 17 45 34 20 Grunt C. Mint"r! __.____..._ unwsp
"D 270 ft. N 114.63 ft. ,r of SW% of .SE%.' __ 171'5' 34 20 Peter. H. Hoener :-_::,._-' 1.21-

114 63 ft. to All ._._. _._ ..... ___ 18. 45 34 16.61
.W 270 ft., S 4.22 ? ___.-.;;_...-; ? 627 Glades Land Corp ,
::.;*....::----- 14 4.3 34 1 J. W. Lolly _-;---- E3of 'EIh & E% of Wl '; .

Harlem SubdHUIon, Tract "of NE14 ._...._......___:___ 21 45 34 80 Lykes Bros.' _._;__......__._ 2.79
000 'X' 1610 ft. In 11W4 2O 43 34 W1z of E14. of NEu4 ._:... 21 45 34 40 Seaboard Highlands. Inc. 1.911
K'Lot : : G M. Tobias _---,-_..-_. 2.92 W of 'NW 4 of NE'.4. _"_ 21 45 34 20 John Hovendon ___ 1.21
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Block : .' .____.____ ... 2.02 NV/K : '" .: i
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Lot 23 ...._...__... d-._ Mary Mills? d. Exc'Vlh of NEI.4. .. :' .
_._ :.--.---.- .. J. H. Johnson -y--- 2.34BlockL .ofNWt,4 & WVor: .
L.ot,30 "Lot 1,-' 2 _'__"_ ClewistonlRealt)' & Dev. .. : ..SW4\ of NWt4 .._.._:_._._ 21 45 34 120 Lykes Bros. '__ 5.60
.. Co. _.__....-,...-------- 5.70 'VIh' of NE14 of NWI4 ...:.. 21 45 34 20 A. L. Richardson __.____ 1,21W1

is.ot.11 ._.......-....,.__.... .--A_ Geo. Tobias _--...--- 2.92 {J of SWI4 or N'V'4 21 45. 34 20 Tax: Delinquent _...____._... 111SW '.
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2.92 '
20, '21 __-.._.---_ Gladys Taylor -- -- -- 4 Exc SElh, of''SW'h "
Lots 24 27 __.___.._..._-_ Clewiston Realty. & Dev.: -of, SWu4 & W.1i: of SV14of .
Lots. Co. __- ___....__ 3.22 SW 34 ...:.. ..:....._:.:._.. ....-.- 21 45 34 130 Tax: Delinquent __._ 5.9'
Lots' 33 to 34 _.- -.y-.. Alma Anderson Polk &. I I 5E4 of SWof swt.4 __ 21 45 34 10 Albert N. Doerschuk ___ ..81i
.- : Margaret .AndersonMosley I i w3/z of'-SW14 of swJ4 21 45 34 20 Seaboard Highlands,, Inc. 1,21SE'
__.__ 7.90 of l
Exc
... --- / Elh of NE1.4.

DeS- at a distance pt on Meander of 67.89 22.: .. .. -- .;SEV4 SEi &_.E3__._::.._of.....__NWJ.4..;......:......of- 21, 45 34 120 Lykes' Bros _._ __._.._-- 5.60" SEW

., ft.line from a NW CorfJ thence of NE; of' SEW .__ 21 45 34 20 Fred Weimer _____ 1.21

N 89' deg.. 29'.24" ;; E Elk of NWJA of SE% 21 45 34 20 R.. foffit ______ 1,21N'
560.16 ft "v alg.. ,S..line of NEV of NEu4 _.+ 25 45 34 20 Tax Delinquent 1.21
Hooker Pt. Rd;.. thence SE'4 of NWJh of NEH4 -_ 25 45 34 10 Jacob"Fruch __ ,83SE4
S ,10 deg. 42' 36" ,E alg. of SEt"% of NEu .? ". 25 45 34 10 Miss Maud Fredricks-..._d 1,21SEV4
Wiy line of-,'.?aid. ,Rd. -. of NW't of NWI4 .. 25 45 3-i 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. U
389.97 ft. thence S 10 r. r..' '' NW% of SW34 of NWu4 25 45 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. ..83SEu4
deg. 42' 36"-.E 11.17 ft: r:'. .of NW1 of S'V'4 ... 2515 34 10 Geo. G. Renneker '':''_-.".. .83
tor meander 'line;:, thence :. NWJ,4 .of SW14. of SW4 25 45 34 10 E. N. Turner ____+__--- ,62SWu
N,58} deg.. 29 06" .W' alg. .- of SEt4 of S\V1,4,. .. 25 45 34 10 John "Wood--:._._._._ .83
meander line ',744.50 ft. NE1of SEtA:. or S1v/4' 25 45 34 10 L; S. Remsberg __.- ..91SWV4
to beg. '-'--'T--7----'t": 23 43. 34 2.54 Jewel S. Hooker ,..Y--- 5.34Tom' of SW'/ of SE1/4 25 45 34 10 Geo. 1;. Peters _.,. .._ ..nNEI4
;
Subdlvlllien of _...__.:..::::.._....::..... ..; :..___.._ 29 45 34 160 Lykes Bros '____.___ 6,51NWu4 +
NW Geiger J,4,1...._;-:...-... 23 43 34l Exc NW'/ of'NW 29 45 34 120 L"kes Bros." _._.______. 5.00NW14
..._....... 29. 45 34 40 James W. Head _.___
Darrell & Pansy Smith 2.24 of N1.V24 __...:_ : : 5.30
.... ...... .. 34.
t: __.____w.: : ; 29 45 34 120 Lykes Bros: _.__.___ -
( SW1l. Exc NW14 of SW34
2.33
6 ..__._...__ 1-3 Earl Dyegs "' "
...__ d" "
Lot ,_...__ __ u E. B. Bethea.Jr., Ex. _.- 5.65 NW14.of SW'.4 ..?....;.......... 29 45 34 ,10 AM.: Hogan ----.---._-- 1,98SEu4 i iN.3 I
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.13 __: 1-8 Blshop-\Vllson Lbr Co.. 173NE3 ___._._._:.:._...?. : ....___. 2,9 45 34 160 Lykes Bros. _---- 5.00
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Lot 23 --
I 34 10 Ruth E..Beardsley .. 4353NW34 of W.ofj NE144 of
% of N Wu'of of SW24 SW3& ___ 23 23 43 43 34 10 Glades Purchasing Co.--'-- 44.90 :"'_"_'''__'' ,,'__'.''''_..''__'__ 33 h 34 5 '1V. T. Little. _"'__ 1"NEI4 .U-.
of SEy4 __ S 3-4 of of NE144 of -
23 43 34 38 J. M. Couse _._ 168.90 W1/
Canal
"' NE- of SE34 less less "' .. ; tar 1E14 _....._'........ _____.......... -- 33 45 34 15 Mrs. Fannie Davis ..1,27EVi
SH"'of"NWH"-of. __. SEW.... 23 43 34 19. J. 1\1. Couse- .:. __._____._._ 84.99 pt 'SE1h, of NE%. _: 33 45 34 20 Geo. P. Horch __..____ 1.21
Canal .. -1 ; _. 1.2
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w. r-1 34 10 J. M. & Ann CouseI.I.44.90 ,W1/ of 5E14 of NW% _'_' ,33 45 34 20 Dr. H. B. Bryan :--
"TE1.of. SWH. less of. SEH Road vWH 23 24, :43 43' 34 80 Unknowns f. ._.-!--_-_..,347,71 W% of NW1of SWJ.4 ...... 33 45 34 20 J:. ',L. Boland .__.__.____.__ 1.21
of NWH T .. ,.,-. ,. Wz .of SE14 of SW33 45 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Ina 1.21
WH of EH of,..NWH' & I n W1h' or'SEl{ of SE14 ..... 33 45 34 20 Seaboard'' Highlands, Inc. 1.21

WH of EH of SEH of 34 50 F. J. '''Tokeeda __...__188.84 SEth -NEI{ of' NEt,4 1 46 34 ,10 Mrs. Ma.rtha" Crane _'.- ,83SET4
.. 24 43
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-NWH: -r, ;; :'- 1-- of SE'4 of NEI4 .._, 11 46 34 10 Hazel' 0: Duncan _.__-__ .83
', S 4-5 of EH. of 'EVi of 511//4 of N'VI4 of NWV 1 46 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .83 iNWV4
... SE%"- of NWH ___.:...._ 24, 43' 34 8 Glades Purchasing Co. 34.73 of SWV4 .of NN34: 1 46 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .83
All : 31 43 34 625 Glades Land Corp. -_-_ 39.98 SWI/4 of SW14 of NWT .. 1 46 34 10 N. Scott -:-_--=--_..__ .83
rr ET"SEH"oT"sWH" & 'J ,. ; ; : :, 34 Seaboard. ighlandsi Inc. .83
46
: All N.WV4 of SEu4 of NW.4, 1. 10. 1NEu4
; ",SWH of SEW: ____ 32 43: at 545 Glades Land Corp; ;,-... 35.15 of' NEI,4of S'VI4 1 46 34 10 Wm. .J: Winte ____..__ ..83NEV I

of SWH & SWH of of NWI of SWI4... 1 46 34 10 T.. L.--: Hogan' __._.s;:_.-::.::.. .83
SEH,SEH --- -. 4 32 43 34 80 U.' S.' 'Sugar Corp ---- 5:81: NW3/' of SW% of SWI.4.. 1 46 34 10 Mrs. Lee.Edgar _._._._._ ..8:1NWt :
I ,, -"---.i: 33 43 34 .609 Glades Land Corp. --- 38.34 /, of NE34 of SE/4. ... 1 46 34 10 Seaboard Highlands Inc. ..83SSV14
rIJ : (\n"T-"____-_-_> 3t 43, 34 616 Glades Land Corp _._ 39.35 of NE34 of SEI4 1 46 34 10. S.. H. Furnas _.__ ..83SEb4 :
W AU'r"----of NWH, of NEH 35 43 34 20 AA" BIQemer ....;__-. 84-.06 of NEIof SEV4 1 46 34 10 Geo. Hughey _'___'_"_ .83
.. of NWH of NWHKVH 35 43, 34 20, U.. S." Sugar Corp 84.06 SE'% of NWI.4' of SE'4.; .. 1 46 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. ,83iSW4
.. Qrxl ID EH of NWH of NWH.EH 35 43 34 20' Geo. W.Hughey; ..,.-- 84.06 i of SE%' of SE% 1 46 3t 10 Tax Delinquent ________. ..83V14
of NWH' of; SEC35 43. 34 20, Nathan .Cole "'"' 0---..: 84.06 : of ; -:- 9 46 34 40 Meyer Cohen d__"__ 1972M .
WH of NW'of"SE1A' 35 43. 34 20 Clara A. Garber84,06; Elh of % 'of- 'vNE' 9 4 34 20 0:.'. W, Carter -----..-- ,

0)S EH or NEH of NW;4 '1 44, 34 20. Ernest H...May 75.48' of Wt, .or NEI4 of i :) ;; r : ::
'WH; of NEV4ofSWV4, __ 1 44; 34 20,, John C.- Hammond" __ -1.98 NW'4 '&"'W 34'of E'of "' + -

an of SWH of SWH _' 1 H 34 20. Robt.- C. Von- -__ .1.98 NEt,4 of N-'VtA ..............._ .. 9 46 34 20 Ray C. Hull -...-._--.- .- 1.70
All' _:'-"""':"''tjr,3; : H, 43 605 Glades Land Corp. --.- 23.19 E1 of SEW" of NWV4 :_ 9 46 34 Ray' C. Hull _______ ..91'SVth
.. 44 34 605 Glades Land Corp ____ 23.19 '
"GfllOB A1l1 ____ 5 44 34 605 Glades Land Corp. _._..._.. 23.19 I of SE,.. _.._.._....___.. 9 46 34 40' Susan 'Barnard ____ 1.4C
___.___ _._
All. .. ___ ___-_ 6 44 34 605' Glades Land Corn,. ____ '319All' All _.._.____._:._.:.:...!.-...::.'-- 10 46 34 640 Ray C. Hull _______ 16.61
AlL 44 34 600 Glades Land Corp. -----..23.19- All _._...____.___........._..__ 12 46 34 640 Ray C. Hull --.--_._..-_- 1461 t
of SE34 __ 'T ---
Exc SEu4 WH of __ 13 46 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. ?97
of NWH
627' Glades Land Corp. __ 23.19W34 SEH
S / All ___._..-d'd'8.. H 34 20 Glades Land Corp. 1.46.._ WH of NWH of SEtA _._ 13 46' 34 20 Wm. Mayfield __..____ ,97
,.. ... or NW3< of NEu4 ,_ 9 44. 34 U 20., Tax Delinquent --" 1.46 NWH of NEH '::_:'...:__.._ 21'. 46, 34 40 Seaboard. Highlands, Inc. 1.46
of of, NE% 9 U. ---- :
fZ E34
E% of of"NW" 9' 44 34 20 Fred Bergmann' ..--..-: 1.46wih NWH of .rSEH 'of' NEH) of J> ? '."'
of SWB of' NW __ 9 44' 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 1,4EE3z ,SEH of SDH &- NW% -
ot of sWW 9. 44' 34 20 Seaboard 'Highlands,, Inc. 1,4EE'y of NEH of SEH -..-....... .- 21 46 34 70 Ray C. Hull -.._..':".-.._____ 2.70
..... .1 of NW24 ot SW34 __ 9 U' 34 20 Glades Land';Corp.. --- 1.46 SH of NEH of SEH ...._..._ 21 46 34 20 Seaboard Highlands Inc. .97
E1h of SW1 of SW1A __ 9 44 34 20' Tax Delinquent :_. ::".. 1.46E1h' EH of NWH Of NEH, ._.- 25 46 34 20 Seaboard Highlands Inc. :.97
0) of SW34 of $E%,' __ !9 H 34 20 Tax Delinquent. _:-..- 1.46 I WH of SEH of NEH -... 25 46 34 20 'Abram D. Woodard ::..._:_- .97

All ; : -...-:.:...,-.- 10''' 4i, 34 627: Glades Land Corp. __ 23.1: WH of NEH of SEV. ... 25 46 34 20 Tax Delinquent ___---.-_ .97
---.w.-- of of ..... 25 46 34 ,20 Margaret S. Dwyer ___ .97
NWH
EH NWH
__ 1,4EEVa ;
E% of NE3& of NW3& ._ 13 44 34 20. E., F. Slattery _d' EH of SWH of NWH ._. 25 46 34 20 Unknown '___:-_____ .97
44 34 20 Geo. Woest ..:. ___ 1.46
13
: -
of NW 4 ---
of NW34 NH of NEH of SWH .... 26 46 34 20 Tax Delinquent --- .97.
____ 23.19 iWh
A11. ....._ ,..,-- -...__....- 15 4,4 34 627 Glades Land; Corp. .. .: : (
&
-- -: of of SWH
f8't\\ <* All _._.;........: .._.._.._ 16 44 34 640, Glades Land Corp. :.:-_.._ 23.19 'S% of NWH SEH of SWH __ 26 46 34 40 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 1.7S
10.56W
20' Gunderson
ESh of of NE1 SWu4 of'of ,NE NE34 4 __ 17 17 'H.44 34 34. 20, ,Robt.Peter H. :Shields __- __ 1.46 NWH of NEH -:::...__.:. 33 46' 34 40 Edmund P. Wilson ._ ___ 1.46

W14 of SEy4 of' NEV4 __ 1744 34 20' Seaboard ,'Highlands,, Inc. 1.46 NH of SEH & NH of 4
== GOV"4 W of SE14 of, NW117 H, 34 20. Tax Delinquent ----_ 1.46 '.SEH of SWH ....._...._.._. ._ 36 46 34 100 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 3.29
of SWV4: of SWI4 _. 11 44 34 20' R. L: Woesner __..:......___ 1.46 EH of NEH of' 'NEI,4.' ._ 1 47 34 20 Wm. T. Black _._._.____. .94
fi'\ E1.4 El of SEK' of SW%. __ 11 H, 34 20 W. M. Koken ___...,_.__" L46An. EH of NWH of SWH ._. 1 47 34 20 W. H. Lowe ...:-____ .94

.. ;. ____-:....::';::...- 18 44 34 617 Glades Land Corp. ..__.... 23.19 EH' of SEH Of SW 14 _._ 1 47 34 20 Harvey F. Cornwell '-_". .94

: All _...::.::....: _.....:....:..:...::.:.....__ 19 44. 34.% 617, Glades Land Corp. __ 23.19 EH of SWH of. SWH ..,_ 1 47 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .94
_....._ 66
_. l.f
All ___._.._.:..._.____..:.__ 20, 44 34 617' Glades Land Corp. _.?__._ 23.19 WH of NEH _._.....-..:.,._..,- 13 47 34 80 C. L. Arbuthnot ... .94
"* of NEu4 of NWV4& WH of SWH of NW113 47 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc.
Wiz' Wiz of NW144.of NWu4 21 44' 34 40' Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 1.76W'h WH of NWH of SE% .... 13 47 34 20 Seaboard Highlands- Inc. 9.4

of NEu4 of SWu4. _::. 21 44 34 20 Sarah Hughes ..__...d'"''_''''' 1.46W1z WIh of SEt, of NEH & .
of NW3; of SEW':'r: 21 H 34 20 Glades Land Corp. _._'_"_ 1.46Er E% of SW% of NEH _-_ 25 47 34 40 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 1.48 4W36
'
of NE% of SE1/. ,_ 21 H 34 20 Wm. J. TImble __.. .-:- 1,4EAll of SEH of NWH __ 25 47 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .94
___. ,. ._.. + 22 44 34 627 Glades Land Corp. .........:... ;3.19All WH of SWH of NWH _- 25 47 34 20 Rachel B. _Watt _.._:.__._.._. ..94
:OS': __. _._.-_- ___:...---r-.;.___._ 23 44 34 627, Glades Land Corp. ____.... _3.19An WH of NWH of SW; __ 25 47 34 20 Mrs. Alex G. Fortiner __. .94

-_,_,_'_ 24 H 34 627 Glades Land Corp.' .-.-...-. 23.19 All _...._._.._....__..,..._._--,..___..- 32 47 34 640 Century Land Co. ___....._ 18.60.
& All ,.._.....____-._._.._.:.__.___..___ 32 47 '34 640 Century Land Co. (190
3 ESh. of NE of i NW34 of NE34NW4 of NE* 25' H 34 30 Tax Delinquent __....._.._. 1.90 : taxes). ....__.,...._._......_......._........ ._ 25.58

E1, of SE1 of N'V14. __".' 25 H 34 20 Glades Land Corp -.--...... 1.11i I
W1!2 of NE. of SEC .''_ 25 44 34 20 Glades. Land Corp. -_.-....-. 1.46 I CITY OF CLE'IS'I'ON" S T R aloe O WISER Amount

a All _.___. _..__.___.......:..._.-. 26 44 34 627 Glades Land ''Corp. __.__ 23.19 '
-\ All: ...._._..._....._. .. ...._....:::._-......._.; 27 44 3.1 627 Glades Land Corp. __'_" 23.19"All Block 22. Lot ,23 ...._,.____ 10 43 34 $ 50 C. L. Arbuthnot _.___ 2:3&:
__...._.__.__. .___..:____._ 28 4434, 627 Glades Land Corp. 23.19 Block 23. Lots 30 to 32 350 Colson Inc---------------_.. ..-... 9.05! ,
R W1 of NEu4 of NW14 _._ 29 44 34' 20 Tax Delinquent ;;..._-.-_...- 1.46 Block 26. Lot 31 _.__..? ._ fiO E.. B. Northup .___._ 2.11
EtA of NE'4 of SW14 _._. 29'. 44 34 20 Jos. C. Rea-ling ...---.-.--- 1.46W'lh mock 139, Lot' 6 .....'____ 10 43 34 100 Alice G. Rothrock ____._ 3.25
... of NE14 of S'W14 ..... 29 44 34 20 Lawrence Meehan -..--.- 1..16 mock 139. Lot 8 _.._...____ 100 C. E. & Josephine. Miner 3.25
( E1h of SE% of SEt, ..... 29 44 34 20 Nora D. 'Goff -......_-....._._ 1.46 mock 139, Lot 19 __.._.._..._ \ 100 Joseph & Lola Robins 3.25

All __ ._._ .._.. .... .. __.._.,.-...... 30 44 34 640 Glades Land Corp. __...__ 23.19 Block HI, Lot 11 d".'_'___' .' 150 Unknown _...__.__..._____,.. 3.36
v. Block 167, Lot 7 .__.__ ;. 200 C. L. Arbuthnot ...._....__ 3.74
4). E'-h of SW1i of NE14 .&_ 33 44 34 40 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. 2.41 Block 169. Lots 1. 15 _....__ 2500 Evelyn J. Shelley __._._. 35.22
of NE34 .
of
E1A SE'4 N\V14 "._' 33 44 34 20 Glade Land Corp. .._.____._ 1,46W1 mock 171. Lot 10 _.____ '_ 200 A. A. Wright __......_.-_ 4.51
W1of of NW3&NE1 of of S'V.24 __ 33 44 34 20 Tax Delinquent -_... .....: .. 1,46W1 Block 172. Lot 15 _.:_.._... .r, i..:, 200 Ben Bolton ....___.. ..___ 2.69
20,, Sarah A.. Hughes 1,46W3 Block 176, Lot 4 ....._.___ 300 T. H. Jones, Sr---------- 5.00
34
of SE'4 _._ 33 44 -----
of NW14 of SE34 33 44 34 20 .Tohn L. Walker -...__.._..._._ 1.46 Lot 5 _.___.______.____.:.._ .'. ..",', 300 J. N. Pinkerton ...___.____ 5.00Lot

... All _of._SE34._.. ......____..._.... ._..:.. 34 H 34" 627 Glades Land Corp. ........_ 23.11! 8 '-'-__"___"____ 300 V. Robbins Sr ..._____ 5.00
All __.._.____.._._____: ._.._ 35 H 34 627 Glades Land Corp. ,_,-_ 23.19 Lot 9 ..,_...__._\..........:..._.._._.., ._._ 300 Joseph Hoban' _..-_.-....---.-__._ 5.00
NE14 of NEi of NE;; ...... 1 45 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc. .83 Lot 16 ..___..__...__........__.__ .-: e; ; 300 G. E.', Etherton _..._..._._.__ 5.01
,. 45 34 10' Geo. C. ,Knabe .:..._ .83 Block '176. Lots 21, 22, 24 .::" 950 Ruth' R. Beardsley __ 14.73
1 --
SW%. of NWV4 of of NE34 NE34 .__. (45 34 20 Tax Delinquent -'-'- 1.21SE Lot 26' ...__..___.__..,._-.--.- : ..-.: '. 1500 Z. GA Mertdeth ._.,..-..___ 6.91!

., E34 of SE'4 of NW14 __ 1 45 34 10 S. A. Owens _._._-. .-...._-. .83 Lot 21 .._......._____.______ : .... 200 'V C. J. Herman ..... __ 4.00
NE34 ,. "
\ ; of _. .. ..... .=. 200 Ralph & Mary Bishop 4.00 t
of S\V14 __ 1 45 3-1 10 J. H. nirren --._-.-- .83 Lot 28 _._-_-- -- ; --
NWI4 of SW14 of _... 1. 45 34 10 H. D. Edwards --._.-.- .83 I Lot 30 _"_d"___'__'_'_".___. -' 200 Mrs. John A. Stone 4.00
S.W1,4 of SW 44 SW3&. Tax Delinquent _.. ... .. .83 Lot 32 __....._.____.._____ ..."., 200 Mrs. Frank H. Roach ._.. 4.00Lot
10 '
NWI4 or SE'/ of SW4& __ 1 45 34 .- 36 .....____._r.__ 250 Ruth R. Beardsley _"d'_ 4,63
NEJA of SEI4 or SW14 _._ 1 45 34 10 W. G. Gordon ---.- .83 Block' 190, Lot 4 ____ .' 200 G. E. Etherton .._?.____ 4.25
of SEV. ._ 1 45 34 10 Glades Land Corp. _._H"_' .83 _____ 3.20
of NEu4 _
Arbuthnot
c. L.
NWI/a, Block 195, Lot 2 _______ 100 r
...._... .83
'F.14 of NE3 of. SEI4. _..._ 1. 45 34 10 Tax DelinqUent -- I Lot 6 _...I---. 150 B. C. Flanlken _____, 3.81
SW14' of NW14 of SEI4 1 45 34 10 Seaboard HIJrhlands. Inc. .83 Flock 201, Lot. 11 .., -1.. 200. C.. L: Arbuthnot __ :3.74

NE14 of 8\V1h of SE'4 ..I... 1 45 34 10 The Layman Foundation .83 Lot 33 ..... ____.ML 200, J". D. Gortatowsky --- 3'1"
,
Van Dyke _...._...... ,83SE34 ; ---
45 34 10 Ralph M. ... __ :
of __
,SE1/4 of SWI4 SEI4 1. mock 202. Lots 4, 5 _._ 9': 43 34 400. 'no C. Flanlken ,-
of SEtA of SEtA; _._ 1. 45 34 10 Seaboard Highlands, Inc .83 Lots 10, 11 _.___ __ ; < 3500;. T.. E Durt'ne.r' ____.__ 11.M
.___.. _.. 4.45 34 640 T. O. GoolsbY :-__a_ ._.__ 16.6"NE14 -:- .. : 4.10
AU _.... ___";; : Lott 15 ,.._.____"""'- -..-.J 4 ;. 200 Ada.B.. Kerr ---
t Exc Eth of NE34 of rNE Lot: 17 :,::._.__......___----:::\'..-. 200. J" A. Schindler _--?._- 4.10 .
%. ._._.,_______ 545 34 140 Lykes Dros. _...__._..._.. 6.07 mock' 203, Lot 7 ___"d___::':' '};. 2,000 D., G. Alston _--._--_ 8.U .
Wiz of NE'4 of N'VI4 ._. 5 45 34 20 Lykes Dros. --..--.----..- 1.21 Lot, ,20 _.______..__.:' ''.. 150., Edward J. Host)" _____ 4.0.1.
E1, of N'VJ,4 of NWV4 d'_' 5 45 34 20 Lykes'Bros.. d...___..___ 1.21 mock 204, Lot 6 ___.._....._ 200' A. E; Oliver .___d_____ 4.60
W1h or SWI4 of NW1A 5 45 34 20' I.ykes: Bros. _..__:..-_.__ 1,21E1,4 mock 207, Lot 5 --.."- --. 200 'hos. Astgard: l1.; d.___'_ C10 .
or SW14 ofi N\Vy4 _'.. 5 45 34 20 Cha.s. A. Camallar -.-?- 1.21 Lot ..:.. -- 200 h T. Doxee- _..;__ ---...- 4.10

SEy4 of NWu4 __:....._....__..._ 5 45 34 40 Lykes Dro-l. .-.----.?..-- 1.98 .T.ot,<< 11 9'f"r.:_:._._.._.___-_.__ 200. C. :M. Pirkle ......___.._.__ 4.91
EJ,4 of NE34 of SWI4._ rf 45 34 20 Seaboard Highlands, Inc 1.21W14 'Block' '208. Lots 5, '.6 ..:.__ 9 43 34 300 C. H. Terry Adm. ____ 5,77Lots

of NE34 of SWI4 _._ 5 45 34 20 T.ykt nro' _.____...?__ 1.21 7. 8 __.._,.._____ 300 B. C. Flanlken __.__.__ 5.76
\V1l2 NWUW of SW141\ ..__ 5 45 34 20 Lykes Bros. __...._.._..:...._ 1.21 Lots 9. 10 .._.:.,.:z.--: :; 300"' J. ,, Hule ___ 5:11Rlock' :
SWI4 ofSWV4' :.z-._. 5 45 34 40 Lykes", Dros. __..______ 1,98W34 '354. Lots 30, 31 __ 16 43 34 800 Mrs. Helen S. Sadler 12(27T.ot ,
of SEV4E of WI4 __ 5' 45 34 20 Rebecca Collins _..-.--. 1.21Et 29 ..._ _.,__._ 400, Mrs.- Mabel 'Bennet ___ G.31
of SE14 or 'SW'4' S45 34 20 Lykes Bros. ..__._._._._.__. 1.21 Block 355. Lot? 23 :-": ,'f \.'; 100 R. N. :Miller '2:48

E1h. of NE14 of SEV4 ._ 5 45 '34 20 Lykes Bros. _____.-_ 1.21W ,Lot. 24 ..._...._r------ 100, J. D. Gortatsky-- 2r4S
of NEI4 of SEW __ 5 45 34 20 Rebecca Collins _- 1,21NWu4 Tot, 21' __ : 100 Frank Carey ..___...___ 2.48.

of ..SE14.rJ.....__. 5 45 34 40 Lykes nros; ,_'_d_"___' 1.9& :Got! 28 _..__/M"---___. .;-.-- 500; C. M. Baker _._.._ 3.06' .
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of __.. 5' 45 34 20 J. W. Rhodes _._d__..____. 1.21'E1h 10:58: 4.
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Block 356- Lots 18' to, 22 15' .43: Di. ----
of SE 34.--. 5 45 34 20 ,J.yke Bros, __.___-.__ 1,21W34 _____.. 3.15
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of SW24 __ 150 4 .
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or SEI4 .ot. SEV 5' 45 34 2A Lykes Ulros- ; -- / 400 R. N. MIller $.74 .
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of SEu4 of'' SE'5 45 34 20 John L. Walker _--._,_ 1,21w6 mock 358 Lot 4 _-r----__._ .i 150' Co' .L'", Arbuthnot ..--._.__ 3.21 '
I __.. .______..:1:1.-;_ 6 45 34 t20 T. O. Roolsby ___.____. 8.58 Lot 200 W. C. J.; Hermann .. .-- 3.79

I All .._.___._._._._..._..__.._;:.:....-.... 7 45 34 607 Glades Land. Corp., IS.91; mock 19:1 359, Lot 6 ._.--- .. 150... T. H. Jones Sr. ..--.- 3.15 \
All. ExcE% of SW3' of T ,mock '360. Lots 16. 11 __.__. 800.. H E. & 'Mlldred Walker: 5.05 ,
I SWV4 ____.....__ 8 45 34 627 Glades Land Corp. --.- 16,91Eu Block 361, Lots 34, .35 500? G. Dubois __..__- 8.10 :

of SW% of SWI4 _.. 8 45 34 I 20 Glades Land Corp. -- 1.21' ,Bloc)!;. 3.6.2, Lo .24 ....._0:..__ ; '. 250(; J., B H9yes': '__..__..._.: _.__ 4.U :

N1. of NE1,4 & SW34 of 2.79' mock 363, Lot 13' :._'r_-- ;.. 2,30.0. C., E. Robbins -------. 9.U I
_____,.. __. 9' 45 34 120 L'kps: Bros. ___.--..-?_ 1,000 Robt E. 'Valfiron 5.00..
'NE14 -- Lot 24 ______ ; ---- I
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9 45 34 20 F. O. Stone __ 3.60
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or NEI4; 150. Warren
Wiz of SE14 Block 368. Lot 11: _.___._... Mrs. Esther
Wiz of NE14 of m\? __ 9. 45 34 20 Seabnrf1 Highlands, Inc. 121E1h 13- to 17.. 400 A. E. Kirchman ......- .__ 11.40
Lots
ofNWu4 of NWI4 __ 9 45 3-t 20 Arnold Fllnzer _.__.........._ 1:21 1.21 Lots Block.34 369., 35 _.._...:_._ '. 400.., T1!: H. Jones _....___?___ 7.23
WI/ of NWI4 of NWV4 9' 45 34 20 I..ykes Bros. :- Lots .21r .22 .:._t.._.::_...__:- 400 Mrs Violet J. Reasone//! .2.13
S'h of NW34 ._ "__..___._ 9 45 34 80 Lykes'' Dros.' ..._._?_ 2.49 16 _..__ 150 PetefChristens.en ___-... 3.GO
NEu4 of SW/4 _.........._-,._ 9.15 34 40 Lyk's Bros. ...._.__..__ 1.98 Block 371, Lot Lot 18 __ : 100 Connie Clark ..-.....;...;.- __Y 2.99
E'.4 of NWJIi of SWt,4 _. 9' 45 34 21) B. T.. Lord ,__-_..__ 1.21 Block 372, 13. 14 1000 L. L. Shirley _;.-- __ 14.81
Lots
Block 377
Wlh of NW14 of SWV ...... 9 45 34 20 Lykes Dros. _'__'___'_ 1.21Wih ___ 201), C.t L. Arbuthnot .. .. 3.K5
Lot 15 _.__._.;.___ -- -
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of SW34 of SWV4 ..... 9 45 34 20 I..ykes Bros. _.. 800 Darrell &'"Pansey Smith 12.:19:
of SW',4 __........._.__._. 9 45 34 0 41\ .vkes Bros. .._______ 1.98 Lots mock 32.378 33 Lot_ 19--.: -_- 1800 Mabel R: \ Hay :--._-- 25.08
EJIa ot NEVI of SES 4' i'9 45 34 20 Minnie Boetcher __._ 1,21ES4 Block .381;. Lot 2 ___-_ 51) Lillian' CJ Herlity' _..,.._....:. .2.31
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45 34 20 Tax Delinquent __ ... l
ofSE' or SEt ,9' ? Block 385, Lots 13, 17--_ 200 F. G.,' Johnson -; -----:-- 5.M 4
W34 of SEu4 & Wiz or' _...,,._ 5.iLydia .1. Ev1lIsizor 1.90
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ESh of SEV4 _..._.............:... 9 45 3. 120 I.ykps nros. _______ 5.30 mock 418. Lots 21, 28 __ 60 R. N. Miller ;.:......-----..- 2,99 t
Alt ....__.__________.......... 10 45 34 640 T. O. Gool-lby .___ lS.61 Block Block 422. Lots 25. 26 100 Mrs.Evalo1.PoweU ._.-.... .3.34 '
423.
NE14 of NEl of NES 4 ..... 13 45 34 10 i1as Zwight __._ .83 Block 423. Lots 28. 29 100.. Rj N. Miller' --.......--_ .3.3.
SEt,4 ot NW34 of NB14 ._ 13 45 34 10 has.. A.. Cnmallar __ .83 Block 495 Lot 12 __' 25 C. I.... Arbuthnot. .,-....____ 1..n
SWu4 of SE14 of NEV4 __. 13 45. 34. 10 Tax Delinquent __..___ .83 _,_ 25 J.V.. Dougherty' ___ 1.U .
ot N'V,21 .._. 13 45. 34 10 Tex. Dp1lnouent ..._.___. ,83SE34 Lot 8 50 H. Sr. __' ,2.11
SBJ/ T. Jones
SW14 of ..83Nm1 Lot 10 ...___._....ll---.I-: ... ;
of NF.1h'of SWJ, _... 13 45 34 10' Tax Delinquent _- 13 ___ 1200 Rutin R., Beardsley _.-._- 17,60
of SW14 ..... 13 45 34 10 G. J. Gierburg .__.__._ ..83NEt4 Lot _.::: .
of SWt 14, ___.__._____. 600. maude L. Beckett .. :. 10."S.. r
of SEt of. SWu4 ..... 13 45. 34 10 rah'l Johnson ---.....-...-- .83,83NE3 Lot lock 505._Lot.h 7 _..__ 50 T. H.: Jones,. / of SW34 of SEV4 13 45 34 10 The Layman Foundation h ; .'
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