The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00682
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00682
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r ;:.: OVERFLOW CROWD Pepper Thanks Votersof SPECIAL ELECTIONTUESDAY Potato Growers to I[ TEN SENIORS OF '38

; for Hold Referendum


the People of Hendry County Commercial potato growers of

ON MOTHERS' DAYx : You have been my true friends ON SCHOOL BONDSA Glades and Hendry Counties 'will MONDAY

'{} and I shall always remember with hold referendum to determine
:'; a Saturday -
'{S"' ",',' the deepest gratitude your loyal special election will be heldat -
I} whether or not they wish
: '' x Day was beautifully and valuable support. I want the City Hall on Tuesday, May !I Commencement exercises held in,
to enter into under
an agreement
': you to know that in me you have I 17, in Special School Tax District r the school auditorium
:; observed at St. Margaret's Church Monday
: not only Senator, but a friend of the the Agricultural Adjustment Ad-
!,, ,,-".' Sunday morning as members of St. your 7, for the purpose setting evening for the ten members of
: and whatever I can do to furtherthe millage for the ensuing year, for C'orthe 1938
ministration crop the graduating class
p: ,-r;; Mary's Church, P a h o k e e, and were attendedby
fc- ; interest of your great county, electing three school trustees, and a crowd that filled the audi-
, /, friends joined the Clewiston congregation -
to make for better conditions anda for voting upon the proposed year.The torium to capacity.
Lv : and filled the church to i referendum is beingheld
fuller and richer life for all $50,000 bond issue for the district. -
pcT:: overflowing. The choir loft was The speakers and graduates
under' the auspices of the A. A. A.
The bond election has been requested -
<>:;.," filled, and several stood just out- I want to do. through the 'County Agriculturaland entered to the processional,
&S; : side the door of the church as ,From time to time I shall look by petition of 90 per cent I, "Priest March," played by Mrs.
.'' Soil Conservation Committeeof
of the district
of the ,
-jf,:", there ,was no space left within the forward to visiting you again, so I John H. Doty. After the invocation -
who desire to erect a High School the two counties. Voting places
I church. I may know you even better and i r Betty Hooks, salutatorian of
I building for Clewiston school. will be at the courthouse in Moore
:, The altar was appropriately decorated keep in the' closest possible touch I the class, welcomed those attending -
Plans for the building have been Haven and' LaBelle and at Alston's -
:' with white 'vases of white I'with you and your problems. on behalf of her class-mates.
drawn by L. Phillips Clarke and Drug Store in Clewiston
X' and red garden. flowers. The With every good wish to you M. E. VonMach, chairman of the
associates of West Palm Beach
from 10 a. m. until 4 p: m.
:\)> boys' choir of St. Ann's Church all, I remain, and have been approved both by county board of public instruction,

*f' *$ sung the Gregorian mass. The Sincerely yours. the county school board and the'! addressed the graduates and the

r--'Safr mass is entirely in Latin and the CLAUDE PEPPERM.E.VONMACH state board of public instruction.The audience in a splendid short talkon

%'y*'' boys sang without aui instrument, present building has been BACCALAUREATEBY "leadership." Pointing out the

2;\ so their beautiful rendition of the the I I great ''need for intelligent leader-
for two
quite inadequate past
f, .'' music is all the noteworthy. ship, the speaker
more urged the grad-
*)' .-' I IS years: and the school 'will lose its REV. MARTINBaccalaureate
i?,' ,-, The Rev. Fr. Bryant, S. J. pastor place on the accredited list of the uates to choose for themselves the

'f;-:' .. of the church in Palm Beach, state unless more commodious line of work which they intendedto

<,>, delivered an inspiring Mother's KIWANIS SPEAKER classrooms are available. The follow and to train themselvesto

I t'-' Day'sermon.." The celebrant of the proposed building will contain an services were note- better follow their professionor

I': mass was Father Walsh, pastor ,ofF -- auditorium with a seating capacityof worthy Sunday evening in the career.A .

> St. Margaret's, Church. The local M. E. VonMach, chairman of more than 500, six classrooms; splendid sermon preached to the vocal solo by Miss MigonneSt.
of 1938 and their friendsby'
'f; choir closed by singing for bene- the county school board addressedthe including science and home eco graduates Martin was followed by the
the L.. Martin
Rev. Fred
< pastorof
!. fiction of' the Blessed Sacrament. Kiwanis Club Wednesday even- nomics, laboratories office, supply Class History given by Gladys
the Methodist Church of Pa-
?:" ,The congregation joined in the ing and gave an interesting descri- room; boys' and girls' rest rooms hokee. Warren, the Prophecy by Carlisle

closing hymn, "Holy God." Redish and the Class ,Will read
- "v. ption of the proposed high school and dressing rooms off the stage.M. Rev. Martin chose as his text
c-: ":' Following the service members building on which voters of the E. VonMach chairman of by Conrad Clark.
the Biblical selection expressingthe
?Y> ." of the Altar Society served a buf- Clewiston Special Tax School dis- the Hendry county board of pub Principal B. E. Herring intro-
three questions, "Where did I
';, fet breakfast at Father Walshes trict will vote next Tuesday. lic instruction, estimates that taxes I duced the speaker, Rev. Fr. P. J.
from? "What I
you come are you
",(< home to the members of the choir, I Mr VonMach described" the on the average Clewiston lot will doing" and "Where 'are you Cotter, of Deland, who gave the
i t./r-s: Father Bryant and. the two sisters growth of the school to its present be increased only about $1.50 per going?" commencement 'address. Fr. Cot-

;; ,". who accompanied, the boys I enrollment of nearly 300, and year by the bond issue. First tracing the history of ter spoke of the Class 'of '38 as an

",'" from Palm Beach. told of the need for a new build- The hours of the election will be humanity from the earliest man investment of $10,000, pointingout

iuc. It is planned to constructa the same as in the recent primary. he ''summarized the progress made that the cost of educating a

t modern school and Election ,officials T. E. Mar- child the 12
: high building are downto trough grades to
Winners of Field through past centuries and
: -. auditorium on the lots between kette, special deputy, Mrs. Edith the present ,age. In answeringthe high school averaged $1000 per

the present ,school building and Ra'ckstraw, clerk; Mrs. Josephine "What doing I child. He said the investment is
question, are
: Day Events Named_ the Bestor home The, present Wright, Mrs. Hazel Prewitt and ?" he described conditions as I a good one, because upon students

f :''j school ,building will be ample for Mrs. Beryl Bowden. inspectors.Proclamation. they are today, and reiterated his who graduate from high school

all school needs for falls the task of leadership. He
:(". Winners in the field events held grammar faith and confidence in the honesty

': annually at the Clewiston school many' years and sincerity of the younger gen- stressed the need of keeping a
,The 'efforts of the board to secure "healthy mind in a healthy body"if
eration. He said that the
i'-- in connection with the celebration I youth
financial help from federal one is to realize his ambition
)[fl ';"" of May Day have been' announcedby of today pas an ,important and.responsible'"nart -
: ;
;' I funds was told'the club. If ,the ,J --, '' .,to'-play'' the-pro- :*I in, ,life- and make a successof his
M. E. Morrison, athletic di- I
bond election next Tuesday carries, The week of May '15 to 21, of civilization. chosen career. H'e' described conditions
rector. gress
The first event was .the, chin- i the board:has all plans made to 1938, has been designated by the Passing on to the third portionof in various. European coun-

ning-bar contest, limited to' boys: go forward immediately with the United States Postal Service as his sermon, he urged the grad- tries today and pointed out 'the
bond issue and sale and begin National Air Mail Week. different exist in
con- conditions
from grades 1 through 4, and was the First uates and other youths to ,take which
won by Gene Mills, who chinned struction of the building within a Whereas, this date observed the serious thought, of the question America, largely because the

') 13 times. Second place was Raymond very short time. twentieth anniversary of, the inaug- "',,"'here are you going?" "Set a great portion of Americans are intelligent -

.j I' Trice with 12 times. The members enjoyed Mr. Von- uration of air mail service from goal in your life and work con- and educated. Father

Esther Brewer won the '20-yard Mach's talk and felt that they Washington to New York, May 15. stantly toward it, and you will Cotter closed with a quotationfrom

dash for girls of the same grade I were more familiar with the needs 1918, andW'hereas. find that your life has traced a Henry Van Dyke's poem-
for the building and with the mail servicecoye'rs America for Me.
and Mamie Trice placed second. new the air straight course and that your

In the wheelbarrow race, open 1 plans for its construction an intricate system of 62- achievements have been in the Dorothy Hare valedictorian,

to boys through the sixth grade. 826 route miles flying a total of right direction," he pointed out. gave the farewell of the Class of

Henry Chapman and Gilbert car-I Federal Jury On over 70,000,000 miles last ,year, The services were held in the '38, and expressed their pleasurein

mouche were winners. making it one of the greatest as- school audltorium,-which had been, their years in the Clewiston

McLeod 'and Henry Chapman won River Inspection sets to the business life of the beautifully decorated by the Gar- School.

the man-on-horse race, and Hen- I nation and of inestimable value to den Club. The senior class attended Mr. VonMach then presented

ry Chapman also won the ---- our people generally, and. in a body, and were dressed' high school diplonias to Dorothy

ward race, with Jim Ivey back-I Members of the federal grand Whereas the state of Florida in their graduation caps and I Bethea, Conrad Clark, Dorothy

All these races were for boys jury' which is hearing testimonyon ranks among the leaders in the gowns. Special musical numbers Hare Betty' Hooks, William John-

through the sixth grade. I the condemnation suits for development of this service, added interest to the program and son, Bernice O'Neal Carlisle Red-

Marie Robbins won two first right-of-way along the Caloosa- Now, therefore. I, F. D Duff, were greatly enjoyed by the scores I ish Mildred Wlard Gladys Warren

places-standing broad jump and I hatchee river, came from Tampa mayor ot'the city of Clewisto/, who attended. and -Jack Wynn
football throw for girls. Barbara yesterday and inspected the righ"tof Fla., do hereby. proclaim the week
I Rev. F. C. Taylor presented theschool's
Smith won first place in basket- way 'in question.U. of May 15 to 21, 1938, as First
American scholarship medal to
ball foul shooting. S. engineer cars were sent National Air Mail Week, for the LegionMeeting
Gladys Warren, explaining that because
William Johnson was winner of from Clewiston to meet the groupin purpose of encouraging and stimu- '
all of her senior 'was
the standing broad jump and Lawrence Fort Myers and drive them to lating air mail service and respectfully on TuesdayThe year
Clewiston school,
not spent in the
Guthrie of the running broad I LaBelle. There they boarded the ask all our people to cooperate .
Mrs. Warren was not eligible to
jump. Munselle Stone' was first engineer cruiser, Kissimmee, and in every possible way. of the American
Clewiston Post compete for class honors, but her
in the hop-on-one-foot race. made the trip down the waterway Done this eleventh day of May, Barracks
I Legion met at the fine scholastic attainment for her
The athletic events were plan- from LaBelle to Fort Myers, inspecting A. D1938. welcomed
Tuesday evening and a four years in high school entitledher
ned so that all pupils of the the disputed rightofwayen (Signed) F. D. DUFF,
I Legionnaire, M. E. Hanna as mem- to the medal. The VonMach
school had opportunity to enter route. Mayor.CLEWISTO .
ber of the post. This brings the medal for the best debater was
some event, as part of the group -
I membership to 46, or two to LeRoy Hare.
--------------"----------------------------- present presented
a athletic activities of the school.
above the quota set for the Certificates of perfect attendancefor

,I AIR MAIL PICK-UP SERVICE AND membership campaign. all grades were presented by

Hendry Buys Large Routine business occupied mostof County Superintendent S. A,

the monthly session.COMIIIUNITY .

Tract of Grazing Lands SPECIAL CACHET HERE ON MAY 19 CHURCHThe Graves.The American Legion medals for

the highest scholastic average for
the year were presented by Capt-
B. of the ,vested junior, choir of the
Joe Hendry one FLA
N Duff
4 ain F. Deane to Dorothy
largest cattlemen of the Glades Plans for the par'ticipation Community Church sang 'at the Hare and Dick Patterson.

and Hendry cattle area has recently of Clewision resi- HOME OF special Mother's Day service Sunday Following the benediction by the
morning.. Two speci ,numbers
purchased all lands lying dents in National Air Mail Rev. Taylor: the graduates marched -
south of the Cross-State Highway AIA MAIL WEEK; "When I Remember from the auditorium to the
Week next week will include "
Mother and "Hope In God" were
the Devils' Garden road west MAY 15-21,1938 ,
,9 from air mall strains of the reccs ional,' "Tann-
pick-up serv- beautifully rendered by the choir.
to Goodno and south for five anda hauser March"
ice, and special. plane
a The Rev. Forest C. Taylor delivered -
half to six miles. The tract is has been designated to ooaoooOOOQ" a beautiful and appropriate The graduates were dressed :for

all located in Hendry county. The leave Clewitlon 'a.t 1 p. m. Mother's Day sermon. Membersof the exercises in caps and gowns,

laud will all bo used as grazing next Thursday May 19, DDQDDDOODO the choir are Lee Pridgon, the girls in white and the boys in

land for his large herds of cattle. and connect with 'north' DQQQDD Beulah Guthrie, Maxine Doty, gra)'. A lovely bouquet of multi

Mr. Hendry also purchased last bound planes at West Kathryn Graham. Florence Graham colored carnations and other flow-

Friday 45 mature breeding bulls Palm Beach. LARGEST SUGAR HOUSEIN June Hooker, Roberta Spicer! ,' ers was presented to each of the

' for his herds in the area around The plane to pick up THE UNITED STATES Anne Pafford, Barbara Bioadfoot girls in the class by the Clewiston

Lake Hicpochee. "These bulls were Clewiston's mail will be and Elizabeth Winn. Mrs. J. H. Garden Club who also providedthe

purchased from Cary C.' Carlton.Mr. flown by '\V..f'i g h t Ver- "PRODUCTION OF OUR OWN Doty is accompanist and Mrs. J., decorations for the stage for

Hendry has been very active milya, Jr., and will be NECESSITIES MEANS INCREASED G. ,Niblick, director, all the commencement programs.

I', in' pasture development and Wactf cabin plane No. EMPLOYMENT IN AMERICA I _.-
herd improvement during the past 17702. Clewiston and j named by Postmaster A. W. Sias, NEW ARRIVALS

year Belle Glade are the only stops The local postofflce ,hopes to ex- and includes Mayor :F. Deane Duff, I '
; scheduled for the flight ceed the mark set during Florida "honorary chairman, A. W. Lawrence Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. ,Hacke'tt are,

Miss Livonia Congdon, popular The special cachet which will be Air Mail Week last fall. W. W. Perry, E. E. Kelly the proud parents of an 8 pound(;

teacher of the sixth grade of the affixed: to all air mail letters leaving A local committee to co-operate 1 B. E. Herring, Taff' Cason, rs.'I baby girl, who, arrived on Thursday >

local school left Wednesday. for Clewlstoii during the Week is with postal authorities in making 1'Mary Hayes Davis, and. Mrs. K. May ,5tl1, The baby has.' been

(" liar lieuae iu Alvth. reproduced oa this P iB' ..... ajT 1\ I nun,.. 'week'" a !succeeds>; hill been'I I BQwd nl, ..' ._ ,* _.,:.: :..- named' Anosin, L.P ..-. .' "- .



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(I A Run in Your Hose? I AROUND Items of Interest }

to the Housewife &
the HOUSE &1
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Boil Canned Fruit.-Tinned fruitis them with the white of an egg if'
. greatly improved in flavor if you wish them to be a shiny Breaking' It Gently \,
turned out into and brown. -
a saucepan "Granny, you promised me a
boiled for one minute. quarter if I was good> at the party .
Proper Heat for Cake.Ange'lfood ."- ,
Cleaning the Tub.-A badly- cake is apt to be tough if "Ye syilie.JJ: !] "
stained enamel, bath can be the oven is too hot; 250 degrees "W ell"."you've, saved a quarter.".
: cleaned rubbed all Fahrenheit is the 3 J .
1 A by being over proper temperature.
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with a cut lemon. Leave for a .
Always remember, a close shaven
short while and then clean in the *
ak s for a smooth love affair.
ordinary way. One Creamed Dish In selectinga
i soup for a meal remember that
To Brown Pies and Tarts.Usea creamed soups_ should not be Let's Hear It
small pastry brush to apply milk served when there are creamed Teacher (to Bert, who has come
lightly before putting pies or tartsin vegetables or creamed fish to fol in late)-You should have beer
the oven. To glaze pies, brush"Quotations" low. here at nine o'clock.-
Bert-Why, what happened?

Parks Public HeritageNowhere IT'LL-STICK .

SSS--S.S. ",,,",., oi >;6 else in the world is
.1 f
_l -v- there contained so diverse, so stupendous -

Cheer up, Miss and Mrs. America o.. ,,x ; or so colorful a parade of
True lies in going be-
pride never
Science is working day and natural marvels, curiosities of na- 0
neath your own standard.ElinorClyn. ture and sublimity of scenic effects -
night to find why stockings wear t < '.tf .
out,.and what to do about it. Staff as are included in the 18
members of the Pittsburgh Test- It is sometimes wiser to cross the great national parks of the West
ing Laboratory, who test everything : road than to stand in the middle.- and Alaska, with their combined
from hosiery to steel, know Dean Inge.In area of approximately 11,500
more about it than most women. cities it is' winter all the time, square miles. They range in size .
humanly 'speaking. There is no from the little Abraham Lincoln """ {"IIlflllllllfll... ::-< , "

F neighborly acquaintance and little park, containing the tomb of the "Brown is going to retire from /
neighborly help.-Henry Ford.It Great.Emancipator in Springfield, business for five years."
is impossible to separate nature Ill., to Yellowstone, with 3,438
miles.'Patrolled. "Oh,:I've heard him'say, that be
from Sir Fox. square
}At nurture.- Cyril fore."
I've good philosophythat by rangers-those
got a pretty "
"This time the judge said it!
courteous friends of all who
I've used throughout my life. come
When I get in a jam or a tough spotI to admire their parks, guardiansand
lovers of the flora and fauna It takes two to make
'S/S go to work. It's been a great cure- a successof
r5w all.-Howard Chandler Christy. -the parks are truly a heritage of marriage, but only one to say:
i F Y S the people. "Put it on the bill."

j. "Test walkers" recently workedfor
the laboratory. In the morning
they were dispatched by A. R.
Ellis, laboratory president. Each
night their shoes were removedand ,
the stockings examined. Experts -
washed each pair in its own r ) Irium contained BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Powder

4 P+1 I private beaker .every night, then and Pepsodent Tooth Paste
+ examined them for the first sign
A Far too often dull, masking surface- means do Pepsodent containing Irium.
i i of wear. T : ; q c stains hide the true -natural radiance of This new,modernized dentifrice-with
S'' your teeth. 9 chances out of 10-you've the help of remarkable Irium can
....._...wnssr _.._ m'mA"NOW"___ v tried and tried to remove these unsightly gently brush away dingy surface-stains
F- i1 stains ..brushing your teeth faithfully ..and SAFELY polish your teeth to a
Some startling morning and night dazzling natural brilliance. Contains NO
facts were discov- % But have you succeeded?If not,then by all DRUGS, NO GRIT, NO PUMICE!
ered about the -1 $ 4'Y i

wearing qualitiesof
various kindsof


runs clerks in and their get stenographers more hose /p+ ,{rgt Can You Bake a Good Cake

than waitresses.But .
,, A2Zg
waitresseswear ....

their more stockings holesin -- Your Recipe May Win a Cash Prize

than stenogra- -
phers. More hos-

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than in
legs other part of any the Nothing to Buy No Letter to WriteHAVE


The "test walkers" came from I favorite with filling.Or .
you a gether a cream
every "walk" of life. They wore recipe that never with meringue.
topped a
hundreds of pairs of hose, pur-
I chased in 50 different cities. Much fails to delight your family $2500 Just send along the recipe,
and friends? Possibly it is
interest was shown in wear by wom- attaching the coupon on this
en in various occupations. famous all over town and page, including the information -

you are always asked to First Prize called for. That isyourfull
rN bake it for benefit sales and
church name and address, the
suppers. Or perhapsit
( x GGaf has never been served name of your local newspaper -

outside your family. $1000 and the trade name of

Here is a .chance to win the shortening, baking pow
der and flour used in your '
nationwide fame your Five Second Prizes
recipe.All .
cake and at the same time .
recipes must be
earn a substantial cash prize.
marked not later than May
The dietitians in the Kit- $500Ten
31, 1938, and prize winners
: maintainedin
will be announced as soon as
New York City by C. Third Prizes possible thereafter. Prize

Houston Goudiss are inter- winning recipes, together
r ? ested in GOOD cake recipes. 'with those receiving honor

And he is, offering 16 cash no restriction as to the typeof able mention from the

prizes, ranging from $25 to recipe you may send in. judges, will be printed in a

$5 for the cake recipes ad- Perhaps your specialty is a booklet to be distributed na.

judged the best by the experienced Chocolate Cake-a Devil's tionally.

home economists on Food, a Marble Cake, or Write out your 'recipe today

against Stenos meet their Waterloo his staff. Lady Baltimore. It may be and mail it to C..'Hous
rough edges of desks.
I And since their office work is You have nothing to buyno plain or frosted. Baked, in ton Goudiss, 6 East. : 39th -

light, they may dance at night.: y ,aryra'i,>4A'.Jtil root'ti; ?F 1 letter to write. There is layers or in a loaf. Put to- Street, New York City. ;}
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evening comes. She's more to (Brand name of flour)
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jJ) DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"CHANGE" By Joe Bowers "Milton, Scott, Defoe, Bach
Lat owering Geniuses .
/ ARE you A .. ,
A ,LEoPA> DCAN'T LEOPARA .Nd O.K.HANO 1-'was YO\11'\g"r' '
i '
CHANGE Cervantes 'fiftyejghtthen ,
HIS OT5' 7 ;'the' first :{part of ,''Don Quixote". used to think ,. ,

,was. -given to the public. .:. Th.t. : I'd"be"rich 'd ..

Chaucer.'s "Canterbury ,Tales" great, 'arch stdntly ,
wer ."the product his old age. but lttcon5"trtdred
Milton ,was sixty when he began, \ ,
to compose "Paradise Lost." : [ to 5 V,

Daniel Defoe was fifty-eight Ive. Felt' some smvl1

when he produced "Robinson Cru- doubts .stirrincS

( I'll. CHANGE IT jc RoM YOUR PoCKEI (JKTO MINEr soe." ; Fziritiy. J

.... Bunyan did not begin "Pilgrim's '
I q"1 t
Progress" until he was

/. 'to' i) ,more,than forty. .
;: /'' r Sir Walter Scott was forty-three

:: ('(C. before he began to attract atten- J V I
tv >; tion by his writings. .

/ Bach did not compose until he

I o was past' forty. 'WNU Service.. .

i I WHAT TO EAT Have Ask C.You Houston a Question Goudiss ? F Blouses to Knit in a Jiffy I II I

and. WHY C. Houston-Goudiss*- has put at _' /-oo tern) ; illustrations 'of blouse and I

the disposal of readers of this news t. : :>>J stitches.

paper all the facilities of his famous I Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

Experimental Kitchen Laboratory in, 1 (coins preferred) for this patternto
New York City. He will gladly } The Sewing, Circle, Needlecraft

e.l/ttUJtttn. jtturlijj Noted FoodAuthority answer questions concerning foods, ,. Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York.
diet, nutrition, and their relation to ". -- '.f Please write your 'name, 'address -
health. You are also invited to con. and pattern number.plainly.
sult him in matters of personal

0'9 hygiene. It's not ,necessary to writea Hail to Mothers
Describes the ACIDand ALKALINE-
letter unless :you desire, for post-
card inquiries till receive the same Bruce Barton, the nationally-
ASH FOODS and Explains Their careful attention. Address him at 6 known writer; and advertising executive -

East 39th Street, New ,York City. tells of an incident, that
Role in Maintaining the ACID-BASE happened at -a celebration in Bos-
ton in, honor of the landing of the
which taste acid in the mouth,

l. ,BALANCE of the Body leave an alkaline ash following I after Pilgrim several fathers.laudatory He says speecheshad that

digestion. But the fact,is that the ; ?>
body performs a clever bit of -cW ,3.pia. been made by'men' a woman
By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS i got up and said: "I am 'tired of
chemical engineering and the final
6 East 39th Street, New York City. the dill.Le,1 hearing so much praise of the Pil-
effect on blood is alkaline.
CIDITY' is the topic of the hour. On every side we hear A4 grim fathers. I want to say a

fl, people complaining that they have-too much acid in their -*- word about the Pilgrim mothers.
Homemaker's Responsibility They had to endure all that the
that they suffer from acid stomach acid headaches
systems, ,
.A balanced diet must include Pilgrim fathers endured, and they
\ acid mouth, acidosis. In fact, most adults fancy themselves sufficient base-forming foods to had to endure the Pilgrim fathers

victims of a great battle between acid and alkaline forces neutralize and counter-balance besides."
"...-,.,. ..,..,.."-r '''
with the acid having the better < the effects of the acids formed in

metabolism.That Large needles.: four-strand of Seek to the EndI
of it.They
such over-eating
causes as even .
is one reason why it is so string, pearl .cotton or wool-a
confuse gastric acidity when fatigued, or consuming at important for the homemaker, to simple stitch! You'll knit this believe in Truth-the Truth we

-which is entirely normal, one meal too many foods that are provide her family with plenty of blouse in no time.' Pattern 1709 may, never find, but which, hope,

for the healthy stomach is always difficult to digest. It, therefore, milk, fruits and vegetables, in ad- contains directions for this blouse fully even though it may be hope-

strongly acid-with the becomes apparent that thousandsof dition ,to the necessary meat, fish, and a ,plain knitted skirt in sizes less, we must pursue to the end.-
people are contributing to their eggs and cereals., 16-18 and 38-40 (all in one pat- James Hilton.
potential acidity of foods' discomfort result of fear
I own as a ,
In ,general, one is likely to feel
which leave an acid residue following ignorance, or a blind belief in mis-
I better when base-forming foods
digestion. And many of leading claims which are opposedto predominate, at least slightly, in To Make Windows
them are convinced that they scientific facts. '
the diet over acid-forming foods.
should take drastic to Higher and Wider
steps over- Some authorities believe that this are quickly relieved with
come the danger of acidosis. Yager's Liniment. A Doctor
Acidosis Uncommon
may be due, not so much to their
that he it for backaches
-*- Thedanger is not from acidosis, effect on the acid-base balance as THE windows shown here are sprains and rheumatic
The Vogue of Acidosis but from the fear of this bugbear, to the fact that they provide such same size. The center one pains.' Buy Yager's Liniment
There are fashions in disease, and from self medication in the be- ''splendid amounts of vitamins, is made, to look. taller ,by addingan today. Let it help you rub aches
just as in dress, home furnishings lief that certain remedies are required 'I minerals and fiber. .y- extension at the top. The one and pains. away. In use over 50
25c and 50c bottles.
and automobiles. to overcomea fancied con However, one must not make 'on the right is made wider with years.WORMS

Ten years ago, we dition. For in spite of the large the mistake of becoming so enthu- extensions at the sides. ,Tall win I '
heard much about amount of acid produced in me- siastic over building a highly alkaline dows lend dignity' and a note of

.) the evils of auto- tabolism, the blood normally remains diet that one overlooks good formality. By placing the tie-

intoxication, and it remarkably constant and foods necessary to round out a backs quite high this effect is em-, '

yn 3 i ?ri was some time before slightly alkaline, due to a highly balanced diet. phasized even more. quickly removed from
people realized efficient buffer system. To those homemakers who take Wide windows often make a children or adults by using the

that they had been Perhaps you wonder, if this is seriously the important job of room seem larger and give wall famous remedy, Dr. Peery's'

misled by the extreme so, why doctors and dietitians talk' feeding a family, and wish to, be spaces better proportions. Exten- "Dead Shot" Vermifuge. No

,claims of I so much ,about the acid-base bal- correctly informed, I shall gladly castor oil or anything else is
I II those 'who had ance. send a chart showing which foods needed after taking "Dead
i I some sort of rem- -*- are alkaline and which acid. It Shot." 50c a bottle at drug-
edy to sell. And be used in gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100'Gold
The Acid-Base BalanceTo can as a helpful guide
now it is acidosis that is the most planning a balanced diet. i i iA St., New York, N. Y.Everything .
understand this
phrase, you
talked of complaint. Friends cau-
Send for this chart and increase
must know that food leavesan
tion another this every ,. .
one against or .
food In the - '"
that food, with 'the mistaken idea ash when burned in the body, your knowledge. .- ..- '-" '. !: .:.... -
just as ashes remain when coal or meantime, don't under any circumstances ;: ; :- if:
that it causes or aggravates an allow misguided indi- itr-." .,... ,
wood is burned in furnace. In -; J ;
a .
acid condition. Food faddists have viduals to frighten you into join- ,,-. ,N."E"W-, -). "'"K' J';'K1' .
ash consists
the body, the of valu- I n' I t ..
frightened thousands by suggest- ing the Vast of acid-minded ... -".' 2 '
that acidosis is about able minerals which are requiredin army ; .. .. .
ing '
brought T> -- ---"p --
who concerned B
people are so over
by mixing various kinds of foods. large amounts to maintain optimal -
health. the possibilities of acidosis that CE O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.

Health-EndangeredIndeed "{ Some foods, such as meat, fish, they haven't: time to enj.oy'life. F Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4

have to I eggs and cereals, leave an acid 4 i doubte. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.
we come a point
where the fear of a so-called acid ash because the predominating AnsweredMrs. I
I Questions
minerals chlor-
condition is assuming proportions are phosphorus, sions at the sides may also be ; < '
ine and Other foods
which indicate the possibility of used so the draperies will cover .mWoodstock

real trouble unless the American chiefly milk and most fruits and ,S. T. R.-No, ,egg whites 'less of the window, giving more -.,?.! iV :::,*A .-::Jhf"
people get the true facts and put vegetables, leave an alkaline ash most certainly are not toxic, except view and sunlight.To '
aside these foolish delusions. because the remaining mineralsare to people who have an allergy make a ,window higher, TIMES SQUARE ; iNI < 6

Physiologists believe that fear principally calcium, magne- toward this food. For all merely screw blocks of wood to

and worry have a detrimental effect sium, potassium and sodium. normal individuals, they offer an the top of the frame as at A andB Hustle While You Wait

on digestion, and, in turn, on These are the base-forming foods. excellent source of protein.Mrs. with metal straps such as ,may Everything comes to him who,
Besides the alkaline ash and '
the general health. Thus eating R. McK.-Generally speak- be obtained at any,. hardware hustles while he waits.-Edison.
meals in constant fear of acidity acid ash foods, there is a group of ing, the ideal weight for men and 'store. The curtain rods 'are then

may upset the digestion and bring foods, including sugar, cornstarchand women over thirty, is their nor- screwed to the wood blocks. To

about the very symptoms that you I purified fats, which are so mal weight at the age of thirty. add width, screw the blocks to '
are trying to avoid. One well- highly refined that no minerals From that, time on, the scales the sides of 'the window frame asat :
known authority contends that remain after they are burned; and should be watched, and the food B and C. If tie-backs are to .

perhaps 90 per cent of digestive some other foods, such as butter intake reduced as soon as a' gainis be used, extensions for them may
,. distress, attributed to the kind or and cream, leave a balance of the noticed. When maturity' is be added as at E and F. Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
combinations of food eaten, is ac- two types of ash. These are knownas reached, food is no longer required :Draperies like the ones shown Harmful Body Waste

tually due to unfavorable mental neutral foods. to support growth, and unless here may be lined or not according Your kidneys are constantly filtering
matter from the blood stream.But
'" or emotional states, and other, -*- muscular activity is '''main- to the weight of the material waste kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
t Cannot Trust Your TongueThe tained at a high level, the total used. ;My book SEWING, for the. act aj Nature intended-fail to re-
J that, if retained! ,
move impurities may
of taste cannot be
sense relied energy requirement will gradually Home Decorator, shows you ex- poison the system and upset tho whole
Send for This upon as a guide in determining decline. actly how to make them either body machinery.
which foods are, acid and WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938-10 way and, how to make the French persistent Symptoms headache may be,attacks nagging of backache dizziness.,
i FREE CHART which alkaline. For example, ce- heading. This book also gives di- getting up nights, swelling, puffiness'

reals, which are bland to the rections for making slipcovers; anxiety under the and eyes-a loss of feeling pep and of strength.nervous,
Showing Which Foods Are taste, have an acid reaction following all types of dressing table cov- Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
Acid and Which Alkaline Bread likewise order may bo burning, ecanty or too
ce ers; seventeen different types of frequent urination. '
-'A'- is acid forming, although you A curtains; bedspreads; and numerous There should bo no doubt that prompt
4 lJ NE of the principles in planning would not suspect that fact.from D other useful and decora- Doan's treatment Pilla.is Doan'f wiser than have been neglect.winningnew Uso

a balanced diet is to include at its taste. On the other' hand, potatoes tive things for the home. Readers friends lot more than forty reputation.Are years..
least enough!; alkaline, or baseforming though somewhat similarto wishing a copy should address They recommended have a by grateful people tho
foods, to balance the acid-form. bread in flavor and food value, Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., country over. Ask your neighoon

ing foods. are one of our most valuable alka- Chicago, 111., enclosing 25 cents
: To help you distinguish the foods line foods, and dried lima ,beansare (coin preferred) and the book will
1 that belong in each group, C. Houston the most highly alkaline of KillS INSECTS be sent by 'return mail.
Goudiss offers to send a free any food known.If .
chart listing the principal acid.ash it seems curious that such ON flOWERS' FRUITS
and alkaline-ash foods. Address C. bland foods should have an acid VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th St., ash, you may find it even harderto Demand original scaled iiffliiilii @

,New York City. believe, that oranges, lemons, bottles, from your dealer

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The Clewiston News The tragic decision which the BRIDGE CLUB! MEETS I Florida Second In that he, would immediately move
parents of little Helaine Colan of AT MRS. PAFFORD'S HOME .
to get authorization, into the pending -
Chicago were called upon to make -

- Published every Friday In Clowlston, brings to the minds of local Kl- Mrs. 1. M. Pafford was hostess CCC Enrollment rivers and harbors bill.A .

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, wanlans a recent visitor to their Wednesday afternoon to members .. 10-foot, channel .will conformto

Inc. club. Robert 0: Manoghan blind of her bridge club. Mrs. R. N. the depth maintained from
musician and entertainer, spentan Smith won the high score prize Jacksonville May 3.-(Special)
Punta Rassa to Fort Myers and. on '
Editor the club in Feb although far from -' ,',,'u_,
KEATHLBV BOWDEX, evening with Mrs. K. Bowden the cut and Mrs. Florida being '.;'
ruary and was- something in the W. H. Lanier the consolation. the second state of the Union the East Coast inland waterway, -:. i:!

Entered as second class mall matter way of a revelation to many who The prizes for high score and from the standpoint of population, thus making the cross-state water'f:: : !
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in enjoyed his talk and entertain- for cut were cakes baked by the< available to plying
ships now
Clewiston, Florida under the Act ol ment. It is hard for those who hostess and the consolation/ prIze< ranks second In per capita enrollment i way r-/Iii;,
!Ma.rch. 3, 1897.Subscription. 'the coastal waterways. At < :;:.
present : T--
have normal or nearly normal, was a jar of honey.Ice in the Civilian Conservation '.
tht controlling depth of the "
to realize that can :
sight a person cream, cake and coffee were Corps. o
Rate $2.00 Per Tear. live a fu'n. happy and useful life served by Mrs. Pafford to Mrs. M. Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee water- .<:.t .;
Advertising Hates On Application. without sight. It seems that E. Yenawine; Mrs. T. B. Shelley, This information was made pub- way is nix feet but this will be .-:}; t
lic here by Dean Snyder, of Washington remedied by replacement of the St. 1 ', /
other senses are invariably quick- Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. W )
ened in a blind as though Ezolle Mrs. : D. C., administrative officer Lucie lock already authorized and '1..
Devoted to the advancement and welfare person W. H. Lanier Mrs o" !;
of Clewiston and Hendry County. some of the strength which would.1 K. Bowden Mrs. It. N. Smith and for CCC selection U. S. De- Mr. Herr said little additional work's 1' ,

ordinarily have gone to the eyes Mrs. B. C. Flaniken. partment of Labor, now making a. :would' be necessary to provide 10 '; ,:..'

was transferred to other organs. visit to the 16 CCC camps in the feet, all the 'way.Reporting :. : ,<

VOTE FOR THE NEW SCHOOLAn Perhaps it is only that the blind CLEWISTON YOUTHS ATTEND I State and the 12 district welfare on the status of the .;< : -

use their other sense organs more PAHOKEE UNION .MEETING offices. Snyder is accompaniedon coast guard station at Punta Ras :,..: ,
election which is not creat- than the normal the swing around the circle : ,:
person. by sa, ,authorized by passage of a billl :
ing a great deal of exciement, but We have known rather well two ,The Everglades Young People' Jack Home State Welfare Board which he introduced at the last, "'"' ,',.

which will mean a great deal to blind girls, who moved about with supervisor of CCC selection. ;; '
residents of Clewiston and vicinityis normal with little hesitancy. Union met at the Pahokee Metho session, Congressman Peterson: ."- .. :
How Florida got so far out in said he expected to have funds fcr: '
that which,, will be held next dist Church on Wednesday even:" .. '
They were girls! happy person. --.
front "earmarked" '
was explained by Snyder. I construction in the
to determine whether or
Tuesday alities who were intent upon increasing ing and heard a very interesting "
not bonds shall be issued for "Credit must go to the alertnessof Ine i r building program to be adopted ". J. :
their usefulness. Of their talk by Harold Emery. '
funds with which to erect a new know noth- your State CCC selecting agency before congress adjourns. That ._ : r;:;
today we
high school building in Clewiston. Following the address there was; in always having desirable recruits Avould. make it possible to begin ',!- ;. '::-:;
ing, but we venture to say I l.'
Those familiar with the problems -I they are offering prayers, along a.; regular business meeting, a ready for enrollment when other work this year. Coast guard plans '. ,

ot.the present school realize with thousands of others, that the short devotional service including I states failed to make their quotas he said call foi' a "super station,"

fully the great need for more life of baby Helaine will be spared the group singing of several familiar ," he said."Florda's which could be expanded' as traffic :-

space in the class-rooms. Certainly and that she may grow up to hymns. During an entertain- I CCC enrollment is 49 needs expanded. .

everyone who attends the vari- healthy, happy childhood and ment period following refresh- percent more than it, is' entitled to Congressman Peters also said ; ..'." ;

ous school plays and pro'grams young womanhood.Next on a population basis," Snyder that he was confident of a favor-

realizes the truly desperate need ments were served by the Pahoke e< continued. able war department report on a .<

for an adequate auditorium. week is Air Mail Week, hosts. survey for the West Coast inland /+
Commenting on what the CCC
These needs will be supplied an excellent time to catch up Attending were the followinj waterway which is now In progress. 1
means to the State in dollars and
with the erection of a new school with your delayed correspondencewith young people from the several cents Snyder said: "In Florida It is doubtful if the report will be -
building. The plans are ready and distant friends. Particularlyif ready for consideration by this :"
church groups around the lake;: there have'been, selected and enrolled -
have been approved. The location there happens to be a stamp congress but Mr. Peterson said

has been secured and is ideal. The collector' or cover collector among Virginia Larrick Mary Jameson since 1933 some 31,300 funds to start the work would be .

plan will give the high school a them an air mail letter with the Jimmy Hall Ralph Bishop Craw- young men. These men have sent appropriated in the near future. ."-

building of its own and leave the distinctive Clewis ton cachet af- ford .Royal, Florence Graham Ed- home to their families, as allotments This improvement will provide a -: >:'
school the present fixed, will be doubly welcome. from their own pay, the
grammar ward Dick Patterson June inland via the "'
Brown amountof protected waterway
total 7200000. Each
building, which will be sufficientfor '
Hooker, Kathryn Graham Beulat Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee canal' ;:
the grades for many years. The The Clewiston school has just enrollee regardless of whether : '
Guthrie Lee Pridgen, Roberta for yachts cruising between the Miami ., <;
buildings will be located near closed its record. year. The com- I stationed in or out of the State, .
Spicer Hugo Quillian Dick Owen and
area Tampa bay. .
enough for the same athletic field mencement exercises Monday remits $25 monthly to dependentsat .-
Bill Owen, Jimmy Quillian J. U Members of 'the Okeechobee -
to serve both buildings. night were a fitting climax to the home.C. :
Owens, Rev. F.C. Taylor, Mary board attending the conference with ,
Clewiston needs this building record of the Clewiston '
new year C. Codriugton, state welfare
Salavatore Jack Paulette Eva '
,, and the cost to each tax- school. The largest attendance, dene commissioner commenting on the Congressman :Peterson were Capt. 1I
Moree Mike Sanders Juanita -
distributed a period of and the largest graduating class in F. Deane Duff of Clewiston, ...
payer over I ..
Howell, Loyce Robinson Harold d value of the CCC to Florida, said::
years, will be small and easily the history of the school. The chairman of the executive committee ,.
Emery, Beatrice Herron, "It is very gratifying to the State I "
paid. The erection of .the build- stage was particularly beautiful to'be Carl Adams of Miami and "
ing will be an asset to the town with its new curtains and new Calvin Spooner, Polly Grant, Welfare Board officially assured Carl Hanton of Fort l\Iyers.- -. "' .-

and willl enhance the value of scenery and Garden Club 'members Catherine McKay Muriel Merriam, by a representative of'the Fort Myers News-Press.. ....'

property here.It who annually take care of the Mildred Lane, Mary Merriam' Col- U. S. Department, of Labor that it
ley Thompson Ellison Watson, I is carrying out its CCC program
is hoped that those entitled stage decoration as a courtesy to
to vote in this election will be< the school say it was,, much easierto Gladys 'Hill, Frank Kelly, Erma I I so effectively as too secure this
Justice Carolyn L. splendid opportunity for our your?
sufficiently interested to make the decorate this year. Through a McDonald J.
trip to the polls Tuesday _and misunderstanding the lovely bou- Merriam Mrs. Larrick Sara San- men, and to realize that it has:;

register their vote. quets which the Garden Club pre- ders, Kermit Dell Glennia Bet contributed towards bringing such Good FarmLand

sented to the graduates were not zner Carl Redmer Doris Read a large sum of Federal money Into

used on the stage. They were John Schug, Donald Weeks Har- the State to further stimulate bus .

. .:-:..:..:..:..:. however truly beautiful and each low Sims Lee Pennington, Dan L iness. The Board feels deeply its
girl was most apprecaitive as she Beardsley and Moye Bishop. responsibility in this connectionand

.X.o.oot.RAMBLINGS. left the school building with her is offering the Department of! I

flowers. KEPORT FROM STATE Labor every cooperation" "

The Hares Dorothy and HOTEL COMMISSION for Rent l .
.:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..: went home practically burdened Leroy. I
Approval of 1Q-Foot
Today is Friday the thirteenth down with medals and honors. Tallahassee May 11.Special) ,

. perhaps it is your lucky day. Dot was valedictorian winner of -W). M. Taylor state hotel com Channel ExpectedA S

the American Legion scholarship missioner reported today that Hen- H

Last week we attended the exhibit medal for girls and of Mr. Bit- dry County has 16 licensed hotels
of school work and ting's cash award of $25. ,Leroy 4S
the apartments and rooming confident'forecast that the

closing play of the school at Harlem -. won the medal presented by Mr. houses, with ,a total of 342 available present session of congress' would -
and were amazed at the fine VonMach to the best debater. Dick rooms. authorize improvement' the Ca- : Trespassers '
things being done Patterson received the American
school almost in our by midst.1th this little Legion scholarship medal for boys He made the' announcement on loosahatche '-Okeechobee" waterwayto I Will Be

but two instructors and with and Gladys Warren received a completion of a thorough check of a depth of 10 feet and piovidefunds

equipment these colored boys little and school scholarship award. Our all such hostelries licensed with for a $200,000 coast guard l I ProsecutedClewiston

girls are getting a real foundation congratulations to them all. the; hotel commission for the current station at Punta Rassa was, ex

I that will mean much to them it year. pressed by Congressman Hardin I

in later years. If you are unacquainted J. 'B. Hodges Dies The breakdown of the various I Peterson after a conference in Fort I
with the work being types of places showed eight li- Myers with members of the Okee- II II I

done with the children of Harlem, Sunday in Lake City ceased: apartments in the county chobee flood control board. I I

attend one of their programs next with 168 available rooms three Ben Herr engineer for the district _

year, and you will be pleasantly hotels with 88 rooms and six has'prepared a comprehensive -

surprised, we assure you. Lake City, May\ 11.-FNS-) boarding and rooming houses witha showing of necessity for ,the And

Stricken with a heart attack, total of 86 rooms. '10-fqot channel which is now before I I Realty .

A busy week-end. Graduationand Chairman J. B. Hodges of the "We compiled this information the army engineers at Jack-

Mother's Day. And the supply State Democratic Executive Com- for the special use of chambers of 'sonville. Informed recently by DevelopmentCorporation

of gift wrappings of the town mittee died at his desk here Sun- commerce and other organizations Colonel North of the Jacksonville

was practically exhausted. There day night. interested in ascertaining exactly office that 'a report would go forward -

was hardly a package of tissue Hodges was the center of a the number of facilities available to Washington shortly Congressman
paper left when the tired clerks storm of
controversy last winter for holding Peterson said he expected -
closed the conventions conferences -
store doors Saturday when he became a critic of certain and that It wouldbe favorable and J .,
night. meetings, Commissioner .
Roosevelt policies and, an ef-
Taylor said, "but the in- ;r.
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fort was made to oust him from for it." --
A beautiful day was Sunday, the state chairmanship last Jan- ',

and beautiful and appropriate were uary, without success. I :" :': '
I 'u ,.. :
the church services UNGRATEFUL ,. .
Sunday morn- Born in Georgia Hodges HITCH-HIKEK n f ". ., ,.,,111- :
ing in commemoration of Mother's came ,"rc-.0::\!:I
to Lake City at the age of 15. He -
Day.A boys' choir of more thana Daytona Beach, May 11.FNSThe ) 4 ..
was admitted to the bar in 1904
score of soprano voices sang the danger of picking hitchhikers \ .
up -
difficult Gregorian and was recognized as one of .
mass at the
Catholic Florida's ablest lawyers, was evidenced in the case ..
Mother's Day services. of J. B. Steger of Overon Texas,
Their Chairman of the State Dem-
boyish voices without instrumental who picked : ,
accompaniment and cratic Committee for six years; up two hitchhikersonly ;f : "

without visible direction were truly Hodges stated it was the .only po- to have them stick a gun .in I1- ',-,, ,. '
his ribs. .
take car
inspiring. The group has been or- litical honor he desired He announced I away from '"i'J'
him and dump him on the side of : ;,?
ganized, we shortly before his death
understand a scant _".' .
year but already they have won that he would not be a candidatefor I I the road near Ormond. Police ; .-- -' ../;:
later found his { '
much car abandoned .n" '
favorable on -
comment from re-election to the chairman- ,: :. '
music critics of the East Coast ship. I a side street! here but the men +5'0' One of the really fine things in .? ;-j

city. This away was from their second their own appearance escaped.Mr.: '.Carlton ,is following scien- -- life is living in a home of your own.rou.rw ;'': .

church. Their efforts were greatly Burro Ranks High tific breeding and herd development ; !a We are ready to help you choose < :<
Through Mexico
and the Central)
appreciated and ill
it is 'Iioped'that .thods with his herd f
American states the burro > finance home that can >:( ,.t
they will return to Clewiston as a beef cattle and has increased 'iLs and you .
again.. beast pf burden ranks second only annual "calf) in it Let .. ;': i
The Junior to man. The burro will scarcely crop considerably under Mo41Nt-Y pay for while living :. -:
of the Cojnmunlty the control
Church consists- entirely- carry more, though he may, pack used breeding method e'AE show you how you can attain t: debt? .
it over 'greater according:! to Grover C.
e sic rls.for They the provided morning all service the mu-and more the borro moves along so I I Hodge, county agent. RNo w* free home ownership through small _' .: '

sang two 'special( > numbers freighted down by his cargo that i ?t. monthly payments like .
commemorative A ,
one New York.
scarcely sets him whil t.le department storesyndicate I
of Mother. Their human cargador's burden, .owenng : paid $100,000 this week
blend their
beautifully and nigh above his shoulders his to' acquire the
'shows ma singing
the result of much herculean
labor the more obvious. a 1ga'so on the old Ft. Dallas
patient 'practice. It seems particularly The cargadors' of Mexico CHewiston Federal : .
man forman building in Miami last week. On Savings .
appropriate that the Junior are not the equal in weight'litt1ni they Rite
will be

}Un to1'choir! provide Mother's p Aily. cI ;atlsml!ability l*1 the. carsaSors. ... Of the of tho largest department"constructed.stores one!In Bpd Loy Il AssQciatioQ: .

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l! 'J l' All _..-._.- _..._.._.--_....._....__ 31 ,43 :8: 6iO Florida Industrial Co' 26.50
= l much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for'taxes ,All .-..........-....-._.._.._.,_._........_._ 35 43 8' 6lO .Florida: Industrial Co.. 26.50

herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sales All .:..._...........,_.__.....__._....,....___. 36 ,13 28 640 Florida Industrial --Co. <' 21.29
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and'advertising, will be sold at public auction on the sixth day of All _..:._...:..........__..._.____....._._ 2 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.23

iEMWOLE June A. D. 1938,' at the 'hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthousedoor ,All .....-..-_...--__...__.....__._._.....__.. J H 28 640 Florida: Industrial Co. 21.29

in the city of LaBellc, County of Hendry and State of Florida.DESClilPTIOST All .:.....-..-........__= -..;;_..::::._._,:;-.;.. 1 it 2/1/ 640 Florida Industrial S Co .21.2'
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SE a.. of BE ?4_..._....._...... '5ii 28 80 Florida Industrial 'Co. 3n

JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA An ._--.___.___...__._.___.._ 614 28 64Q. 'Florida Industrial Co 21.29
.It. All .._._......:......_____....._._._.___.._ ,7 44 .28 639 Florida Industrial Co. 2.2J:
-" ... ; NE \..._......____.. ........__._...ft.__... S H 28 ltiO Florida Industrial Co. 5.61
S'V 74. ot NW ;i.. ._____. g H'2.8 AO Ida
r L AMOUNT Wood --...:... ..____; 3.05
GARNETT ANDREWS'Mn/er C il< C Owt : All .._...__.._':'_.1......._..___... .9 H.:8: ::640. Florida Industrial Co 21.29
ENJOY SUMMER OF LAND {d OF TAXES All ....___.___,-s..?__: _._. 10 g' ..zg 64Q Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
etoJm, fireproof hole! In the hart of W, 'i. All ......._._...____::L: :._._ _.._.... lZ H 28 640 Florida Industrial 'Co. 21.29'
Town Jacksonville. Every room with tub nj Eoc"f: ; t All .._..__._ _....______.._._......_,. 13Ii 28 6.10 Florida Industrial Co.-' 21.2!

shower, tort water, ceiling fan, radio, iJjtttd All ._.........._...........;......;..._......__.._..... 14' '44 28 640 Florida Industrial: Co: 21.29
5, E. "North La-
summer door... Every Bed with Inneriprinjntttrcil All except N'V i.-----_.. 15 H 28 480 Florida Industrial Co.. 16.08

ind reading limp. Running; letter Lots Belle 432.elghts"D 433. 434 31t:: 29 ISO A.. 'L. Watson. _._ ,._.._.: _.._.__,__$ 1.40 N % ___.__,_____:.,__.._ 18 H 28 320 Florida lus.trial; Co. 10.88
-- "
-, on every floor. Tracts 6 7 9 N. 3h of S1Vr? ..-...-_..__,._.._. 18 41 28 80 S. L. Kelly __..; 4.62
COCKTAILILO CONDITIONED D-B No., 19 P, 521, S '. All ...___._.._.:.. ....____ 22 44 28 G40 Florida Industrial Co. 21.2

COFFEC SHOP D-B No. 25 P 596 32 42 29 14 John H. Caldwell Estate...,..._. 15.16 All ______ -_____.__ 23 H 28 640 I"lorlda Industrial Co. 21.29
DINING AND MEETING ROOMS "DiffenboiiKh'H Ad- All __....;_....._: __._._._??_. 24 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21,29:
ttt.-Single with Prlvite Bath( dition" to La- All ----i-. --.-.-.--..-. 25 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
I I Rooms $2.00 60 Rooms $2.50 Belle, strip of All __..? :..._.__..___ 26 14 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.2:
I All _.._.__....?.___......._..__.____ 27 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co 21.29
Rooms land 330 ft. wide
} $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50 All ...__.._.__......___?.__..__ 35 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
I Swnpl Roomi wlih PMV.!. Sit! S400 off N. E. 4 of All _____.__._..___.__._____ 36 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
N. ,.,__..._. .1: 20
E.1.. 32 -
Slight Incrtlit (01 doublt .ccup.... All .___.._.__....ft__..._..._......_..._ 13 45 28 6.10 Florida Industrial. Co. 21.29S
:Mrs. M. A. Burnett__.___.._ 5.15
Lots 8 to 12-21..... ,
0..., I. B POUND Hour! Mrs. W. A. __ .....____. 3.27 ?' I of E 1,4 of Govern- ,
Lots 18. 19, 20.._......_ Traver. ? ? 10 f
ment Lot 3.-._._.___----. G i3 29 Edith H. Brown.._ _,., 2,06
"North LaBelle/
0_.. T._ !......*. G. L. Y. Hull S-D or Govern- S
1:1.: _ _':"__ ..., _" "' ._ _"'_ n part of N. \V.J4 ;. went Lot 11 (n.__._?_._ 6 .j3 :0
of N. 1'::. i432 42: 29 and Go, ernDlel1t Lots 2, .

I Block 12, Lot 21 Conrad CompagnuirSam 1.40 3, 4 in..,.._..____ _____.__ 7 43 20
Block 17 Lots .
28 ".' L. Farabee .___. 9.22 Lots 1 to 5 ___.._.___ 30 Carl E. .Royer ____.. .7.2&'
to 36 ___..... .../. ?
? ?? }
lock 27.: Lots 14 ",: Lot 20 less RR R-'V._.__ 3 'E. L. Stalling-s. _u__.__ 7.23
?I. J. Clark .... .. .... .. ....... ... 6.40 Following part of Lot 21. r '
,; to 17 _......__....-.....,. : < -- -- --- .
I ,
: beginning128 ft., S of .
S 6 A ofV 13A
] NE corner 'V 229 ft., N ." '
I of S. 'V.J of .; .
.. N. E. ..._.. 32 42. 6 E. .L. Stallings.._...._,.__._??...., 5.75 : 128 ft., 'V to N'V corner \ :. .
; ; of Lot 21 SE and N '. .
; on : .
... --I E 28 rods '..'. ,'I.\'?,. .s '.. lines of Lot 21 to point ', ;' :.". ....... : .
of SW corner : .
of SW "-, > .- of beginning ._..__.__.u 5 E. L. Sta1l1ng. : .: ,:;;..... 3.93-
rof SW .
: ;. .
., ',4 N 40 rods E ( .t <' \:. . \ t-..( ; ,
,..; .
:' 12 rods, S 40 .. : '. E 1S: of- SE ;! __,____ 7 43 29 80 Ralph E. Smith .Estate 20.81
.t .'0""i.,..;. 0 \ '" '. ':" .: City of LoBelle ..._.__....,__..u 4) ,
W 12 .
rods ,
: _. : rods : ,r :. : '
29 '
v 43 '
d) "
(3A) and begin- : : \
:' '. -
':; '; '.". ncr ning of at SE SW Jof cor- .-_._..':'" M t ,- ; ..' >.. f.t..: .... I 0)) ... -
SW % of SW ',4. 1 1 f* B'rdfIJ S-D of Gooll1o S-D 4 43 :0
':. .,-, ; f} !:rlfr- C.i .
N along W line \i" ; f *i. : Block 2: .

.. of SE V of SW :: Lots 4 to 7..,.;,_?_..__._...____ Alice .E. Hall._.____.._ .4.65
iof SW % 660 : Lots 8 to 14 _._.____...._ May Byrd. Smith.._ 1>.20
'.- +. ft.. E 66 ft, S .- .f .' }p. ;S _.' Beginning 50 ft. N of SE ,
660 ft.V.. 66 ft. ; : w I :., corner Block 4. 'V 100 '
'.-; to point of beginning ft.. S
W. H. Russell .... ...__.____,,, __ 8.07 N 75 ft., E. 100 ft., ,
(1A _.._ 32 42 29 4., ?
', 'r ) S 75 ft. to beginning._ 4 43 29) Ray C. Hull _.._.___ 8.13
KcII-Mill Terrace Goodno S-D of Block :i..... .j .j3 J
Sub" SE i/4 of : Lots 10 and 12___._.____._..- Catherine 'Valdron __ 3.08
.' # SW 14 and W Lot 31 .._._._.........____.___ Inter County T. & T. 14.02
't A; % of NE % of .'', ::". '.. ; GOOdDO SDest 1/z of S -

SW '4 .?_...____._ 32 4:9 60 Block 6 __..M._...___ .4 43 29
:;. Lots 5 to 9, 12 No. 2.3 of Lots 1and 2...._ Ralph Hendry _.___' 3.84
C LDr.1 to 19 "' Dr. Ethel Eisner _..____..._.___.. 7.33 Lots 13, 14 _____._,: Carl E. Royer '___No 6.56
'. 5.': Lots 10, 43'----! 5-- :Mrs. Osarita D. Hatficld.___.____ 1.40 Lots 16, 17 _.._.M.....__.?_._ J. O. Davidson_._._..._ .t.SS
Lots 23-24 ilrs. Emma Freeman. _...__._.,..._ 2.33 Goodno S-D NE % of .. -

: "r .; Lots 82-83._..:.......:: : .-. Unknown _.-:_.__.____._:_ 1.40 Block 6 _.._..._._.....__ ._._ 4' 43 29
Lot 92 __?.._.?___?? Unknown _______________.__._._ 1.40 Park I'luee S-D

Lot 98 .__...._.____._' --. -. Unknown -_..__..____.__..__ 1.40 Lots 1 to 5_.__,._.___::.__ Carl E. Royer __.______ 3.84

E i,xt' of W % of I Lot 6 _...__..___._.. ":_"':.__...' Unknown _.__.____._ 1.80
Lot 1 in SW Lots 8 to 19.__..__...........:__.;.._ Carl E. Royer _.__ 5.88
._.__ 32 John II. Caldwell Estate..___.._ 8.58
of SE 74* _, 42 29'. 12 Stewnrt S-D Blocks 15. -

'. 33 and 34._.._.__._...____.__ .1 43 :1) ,
"Busers' Addition Lots 7 and 10.__.._._...._.__ -.5 Joe R. Ross _.____.__ 7.23
:: :IE to LhBelle" E % .Lot 8 ..___.,_.___ Unknown _______ 1.13
of Lot 1.____. 32 42 29 .. -. Block -\6 ..._....__.__.,-.._..__ 4 43 20 :
Lot .5 I _...._.__.....__._....__ Norman 'Varrmer __ 2.03
'. Block C"Manning's_...__.........___. ;.4!:' :. ;r' Mrs. Homer II. DreycrBeginning" ... ._...._ 21.45' Lot 6 .:..:...___....:......-____ Unknown ___"_ 1.13
Addition : : -- j Block 17 4 43' 29 4 C. J. Kirk _'_"_"___'__u 4.52
to LaBelle"beginning .' : 4.- "', > ,, : ., I Block 21 Davenport S-D..._. 4 .j3 21)

at 50 .i,;' ...:. _..'.... ': '":' ,: r. ,.';.. ..'C". .r", l..., '", :'l. Lot 11 _....___.__.--.Jo...___._._ ,_ .. R. M. Luckcy--" 3.81
ft. N of NW corner \ ''' .' .-..-- Block 24 west 1-3 of.

.. of Block C .f.f ': ".' ',: ; ):- :r': (Y4Ihtsern' : : N % ....?:.._._.__,_.__.__._._ Jefferson Life Ins. Co. 9.53
Additionto : ; : ] Block 32 .--u 4' 43 29 C. J. Kirk __,.___-- 6.56
. .. .
La Relle. N 6 '',,.: '" ,.,:f\,. !::" ,'- .f.L. ., .. .--..... ...: Block 40 hQuestend" S-D. 43 29 r .
J- degree E 636 ,'. ... ._ : : Tots 28, 29 ...._..___._?____ L. V.' McLeod _.__.:L..1.80:
ft., E 411 ft., S 6 : l' .., .t,.. .. : -.-',.... '-- I Lots 30 to 32 __.__..__._ :Mrs. Frank Tiffany. 1.80
degrees, W 639 :,-" : ';.'. :-- r_, Block 41 Bush S-D.__.... 4 43 :0

ft. to point of Lr:.' ,; : Lot 10 ___.___ Mrs. Jennie Clark --.Y.._ 1.13
beginning In NI5Vi "; :". "". Lot 19 ,_______.__..-:, J. O. Davidson__ : .. 1.47

; -li-: of SE 14-. 32 42 ::9.:x. 8! Block 42 Aiken S-D..__._ 4' 43: 21 '
:: Lots 1.6. 7, 12 to ,!: Lot 17 ... Ray C. Hull ____ 2.49
miss Alice K. Higgins ... .. 13.9. -
., ;
29, 32. 33 34. - Block 45: .ledge S-D.- 4 43 :9
.,;. :,...tJ Lot 35Beginning.._...... :._.......: Miss' Alice. K. Higgins ......____ 13., 8 Lott ....__._..._.._.:_.__._.. :Mrs. May Cohn ___$ 2.49
; at NE _.;. ':. '. : -. .' Lot '17 to 19 :._...___.__ ___ S Sam Carson ______ 2.49

'. corner of NE 14 :. .. Lot 31 ..__....,._.._. ......w---: ._' \Vcisman & Cohn _--: 2.49
of SE JW 819 '- Block 41 Court House :,. .

ft. S 641 ft. E : '''- !< : .; ', '_ ,_ Square S-D _?.__._.__. D .j3 29-J -..
921 ft. N 631 ft. .-.- ; : Lots 2, 3, 4, 7.... _.____._ Fannie Park ___'_'_ '::, 2.<19
to point of beginning "' '

.. __. 29' John II. Caldwcll ,Estate._._...... 1C.36Willie Lots 5 6._..___._..__. Park ., __.. 1,50
.'.j< .___ 32 42 <: 12 ,. .. .. ,, .. ," ,- __ Fannie :- -
$ '. ::: Washington Gal'0 - Lot 33 ........._.___.__..________ 1\1. O. Oliver __....____ 1.13
;: '
,, dens S-D of '. ,i..,' 210 ft. s(1. in NE corner .. '
.. :NW: 1/4 ..,_._ 2 43 ::8' Block 48 ..._.____._._...__ 9' 43 29 Ralph Hendry _'_--:-:--. 2.33
Block 5. Lot-41--_-..._._ Nellie Jones '-_.__._-:__:.__..._.._.___ ,.98 Block 4D "r 1/z 'Peery V. "- __._

Block 15. Lot 38_._ .. ". : Miss:: Lowcry. ..;..--..-..--.- .98/ lIull' S-D _._._____ D -43 2'0 _'

Block 32, Lots 18, Lots 1. 2. 3-._..____..__ 'Vcisman & Cohn __..... 3.17
= .t. 19 ......?._....._.....____.?_ '. Rev. U. S. G. Dogan..,._____.__ 1.28 Lots 4, 5 __.____...._??.__ '- E. M. Cornette ___.___ 3.84
>+; Ulock 41, Lot 28___ E. P. Irving -.-.- .98 Lots 9, 10 _...__.__._,___ A. C. Wright ___.__ 2.49
.. : '; vI I. Block 49, Lots 35 Lot 16 __._....._____._ t, Jim Goe ___.____ 1.24
; to 38 _._....___... Nora and Green Mills.,_?_..__." 1.53 Block 1.9 S of SE 5 --:0-
: '!J ?1 .
..' ':i Wide Acres EMtntefl except %, A.' in SE cor. 9 43 29 I"Iossie Luckey _____._ 2.10
'" No. 1 S-D ? A. in SE corner of S 1S '

: of S Vt of SE 1/4 2 43 '28.: of SE ?4. of Block 4:1: 9 43 29 I"Jossic ,Luckey ___._ 1I/
t 3' Block K. Lots 11
12 .._._.....____....._._ Harriet Furnade ...._...__..:._....__._ 1.28 Blocks ,0 and Gl Illckpoebee ,
W rj ..ofV %__.._ 8 .i3 2'8 160 E. "' D. Underwood ._..._.__.._.__.__.' 10.88 HeIghts S-D-_._._ D 43: :0
Block;: A, Lots 7, 8.:_.._..__._._ Mrs. J. T. Bradsbaw.._ _1..17
: : BE J",4 of NW % Lots 9. 10 ___.______.,.__ J. O. Johnson ___.___ 1.47
: and E 'ti of SW 0- S -- Lots 2 to 24 _._.____...____._ J. O. Johnson ___...- 1.13
Jt ,. .._ 8 13 28' 120 Layton: Sowcll _.-._::._.._....___.. 8.86
11.of--NE ? Block F, Lots 21, 22._._." .John Pelkey ,_____ 1.13
NW .4
.. ', m" and SE U of .. :Block 58 LnBelle Highlands -
:':i ,NE J,4 Of NW ',4 10 1.3 28 50 J. P. Hcndry .,._....,.::_..;._..._;_....._._._. 4.18 S-D .___._.__.._._. U .13 lD 5 .

t ') :' be- .' : .. Lot 12 ._.__._..._.._...__... G. .. Anchors, Jr.......... 1.13
; SE H of NW U and -- "
sInning853 ft. E of NW .. : Block 62: S JA= Loreno S-IJ 0 .13 :9 S
t "' .' _" Lots 26 to 46 ___.__.__.- Lorena K. Royer -.. 3.17
corner of SW }4 of NW :
: '
:-- :, ; ; .; .. ; Block" 71, 78, 7D. 80 Lp- .
: ?i. S to river, E along '. .. -.. ....
; river to point 698 ft 'Y" .' ,, i':.'-' ..: :'- Belle Terrace 8-0._.._ D. .j3 ::JBlock

.. ,'- of SE corner Lot 2, N ;;.'_ ':;';:': ,,: ;: 9D.: .. __ _. __ .. "' '. Milton J. Woferman- ___ 1.13
to N boundary of Lot 3, .. .,. ;:. '. .is. '/: :.:.:,. .:', / : 'Lot ._ ___.. r...
W 622 ft, N 132 ft. \\' ..:"-; ;:: .<: : : '. Block Ca .' -' : -
: ':" 3: to beginning ._.._...._..__,. 12 43 28 :18 B. h1"Guyer; "'_,__...__.ft...._..'.. t.. Lots 13, 14 _.....__..______.____. ; .; J. E. Robbins _____.. 1.13
.,' ", .. ._ 'i C. Werner _____ 1.13
Beginning 110 yds. E of ". Lot 15 _?_ .,, __. ,____?_ J. '
"" '. ..._ .. .. Robbins 1.13
: ::' : SW corner Lot 1, E .. Lot 17 ------ _-_-.'..--- -.;: ''- .' J. E. --::--- "
730 ft. N to river. W Block Fa "

i;: }; along river to point N Lots 4, 5..__,..._.........._...__.._........._ ;1::: : : ... J E. Robbins --.-----.... 1.13of
of beginning, S to beginning 16 ___:__..__.___?_ E. J. Coyle ----..--..- 1.13

___.__.._..___.__._.- 11 43 28 14.60 Unknown ...._..__..._ ..._.._..._ 6.1H DI '
, :; ; :;' Government Lots 2 and :3 I t t Itiill17.ii) Ck1.I,I:14 -.-._-?.-.?.?-...-_..- '" ,, c. J. E' Robbins _____ 1.13
: ., and' NE % of SW Vt....- 1C 43 28 113 Am. Fruit Growers Inc. 131.01N Lots IS, 16 ...__.____ j 1\1rs. Robert Halsh__ 1.13
?ti of NE 14 of NE i,4 Block 103 Shadow I.awn '. .

; .i: of NE U: ._.._,___._:_;._... 19 43 28 5 R. F. Lewis __..............M..- 1.711' krtB S-D C--------- .j 43 21, _
_. 1.13
Elizabeth Hall._
; W i, of SE 1,4 of NW % 20 43 28 20 J. C. Jackman __._.._,__.. 2.54 Lot .. Ann
, j W M. of W J/i of Govern- Lot 1' -.., ....--..-.-..-..-..-..-..---.. ,-, J. Russell Hall ._:__ 1.13
\ } ; Lot 13, .._.___.._......_ ____...__ laugh Sheppard'-.,..-_: 1.13
ment Lot 2. .._?.?.... ,_.__?_ 20 43 28 16 J. M. Magill Estate.......... 2.8 '
; Government Lot 3_...._.___.20 43 28 10 Unknown ....?....._?...-?._?._._ 1.41 Block 108 1'0101 Heights
: E 3, of Government Lot '3 S-D 9-13.29

and Lots 4 and 5__.____ 21 '43 28 125.75 Unknown ......_.._......._......._...... ll.U Block A--"i.: r-2 :::::::= +6", Mrs. J.- E. Cloughlcy1.47
., ,.,.\: All except RR-W, State Beginning 755 Ct. S & 950 _. -
,;,- c-J highway and SAL Ry. ft. W of NE corner of '- ., -

='.,\:'. 'i"' except all N of State Government Lot 3, "r .'
'. highway i ___.._._..___...._....__ 23 43 28 i49Florida Industrial Co. 6.56. 128 !t., N to river, E '
All except R-W State along river to point of '
; highway and SAL Ry. beginningS, S to beginning .. ; r -

except all N of State I ..'........ .._.___....,_. .__..._._.._ Ii 43: 29 Mrs.... Willie J'. Hendry v 6.4e

yti \ J highway .....__..._.._._..____ 24 43 28 564 Florida Industrial Co. 22.19 Biiiera Vista S-D of E ; S

; All _...._.._,....__...................._.__.___, 26 43 28/ 640 Florida Industrial Co. 23.90 14 A. of Government ,. .
NE 1,4 and Sk-"_-""-"-'-'''- 26 43 28 480 Florida Industrial Co., 18.6 Lot 1 ........ ___. _._...___ 5 .j3 29-
'. ,' All except R-W State hock C, Lots 1, 2, 3__.? t Ella M. Holder --., 1,133lock

: : : highway and SAL Ry. E, Lot 7....____.._.,, J. O. Johnson .....---.. 1.1 :;
: ?v : } except all N of SAL Ry. Block E, Lot 10..__.___._ J. O. Johnson -.-.. .-:-.. ._. '
\., t'D) '.-; except State highway flock F, Lot 6 .__.....-.._.__....._ '. ....;. J. O'= Johnson ....--r---: : ...: 1,13
"." ....- .' .. R-W .._.._..... .__.._.. 27 4328 314 Kloiida Industrial Co. 17.28 ;ourt View S-DJ a S-D of -
'> i-iJt S i/4 except that part of part of Government Lot % ; _. e-

. ; NW U of SW 14 lyingN 3, Section 5, beginning .' .
: : of SAL Ry. R-W except c:. ; : : nt SE corner, \V 638 ft. ". '. ...'
,.,- ,.:. ,..'" all that part of N .- ': to beginning N 523: ft., '
: '
!: : = % of Ski i/4 and NE % ; W 420 ft.. S 525 ft.. E ,"

.. .. of SW 1/411ying N of SAL .... .j20 ft. to be-glnnlng.__ .:; .43' 20 .. : tl'
'.. R-W ...... ..__._.._.....___.-.... 28/ 43 28 218 Florida Industrial Co. 15.80 Lot 1 N..........__ W. C. BUtten, or ._...,...? 1;80
Government Lots 1 and 2 29 '43 28/ 81.15 Unknown ...__._._._..... 13.48 "'ItIvcrvlewI'nrk," aS-11 _. .."
E3.4ofSW4 of NE U of, bounded on :N b}' Cnl. ,
,.... andV % of W % of SE rh't"r. E Campbell Ht.. ..\ .' ,
i,4 of NE iand i W 'V
% S by Fraser n'e., by S
of E V-; of'SE'' ?L oCNE>i, 29 43 28 50 E. S. Ro'cr _____.._._,_ 2.40 GOernmcnt Lot :;.--...-.?.., :i' .&3':1) '
I E % of W % of SE 14 Lot 'G" 0 Klutz 113
Of NE 14 _._._.__...___ 29 43 28 10V.. K. Evans-_ :-____ 2.84 Lot 179 ::::::=::=:::::::::::.: :. 5 5 y- W. Simmons :=:::: 1:80:

Government Lot 3 ._.__ 29 43 28 32.50 Unknown __._.__._.__ 4.62 Andrews Addition to LoU- : '
en SW Yt less SAL R-W less Belle Park 5 43 29 .
all that part of SW J,. Block 8, Lot 1__..___._ Nell H. J ae k man ........ ... 113
lying generally N of SAL Block 8 lot 2. Ie' Watts Hall-.L-talc i.Ii.I:

' ( 1 Ry. _......HO_._.___....,,.....,,,,. 29 43: 28 J23 l'I lriQI.IndQ tr! 1 Co. 8.64 Block 8LQt/ 4..:::::. :::::=:: ... .. :.' C1as i J' : A. 1.1J

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.Shcppard- -,-.. 2.49 AU ____..._._______ 26 '4i 32 640 ., FIa: Land & Timber Co. 41.17 'NOTICESNOTICE -
Block 9, Lots 12. 13,14.15 Hugh -- NE 1 4 of E 02 ot SE '/,_ 28. ;,44 32,. 320 Earl Anderson ._______ 20.81 LEGAL
"Avnlon Place" S-D of .. SEJ '4 of SW .4 of SE 28 H '3Z 10' Mr: Annie Clark __"_'" 1.13
lot 21 of NE 14 of NE V 8..43 20. Fannie KaplJn._. 1.80 N 14 of NE 'I _-- 34 H 32 80 Earl Anderson ._._____ 6,66"Provdence
Mrs. ,
Lots 1, 22 __ ; City s..n" of. .
Beginning 100 ft. S and 5W and W' l of .. .
sA .. .
100 ft. W of NE' corner;, I tiE .____ .________ U 44 32 In compliance with Section 305
S 100 ft:, W 60' ft., N 100 .. 6.10 I Block 20. Lots 39 to. 42__ Melvina Berry. .._..__. 1.13 Compiled General Laws of Florida,
ft., E 60 ft to beginning 8; .43 29'. unknown. -- ---- Block :6. Lots 23. '2f_"' Cora'. Thomas :-__....___ 1.13 notice Is hereby given that the Board
FalrvleTr S-D of Lots 4: "Garfield CitySD"- ofSE of. County' Commissioners of Hendry
to 9 of, B 3S: o!' WE U ,.8..43 29- : E' *. .. County, Florida; has appointed the -
; .. ... ..... 1.80 14t of NE' 'Ii
Lota. 70 to73 ...:...:_....:...-. Unknown --- -- --- of 5E 14 ._ ...__.__.33 44.. .3'1 following election officers for each
"LaQelle :"HelirhU.". a !loOn! Block' 1;,' lots11, 1 :____ Curti.. Avant ..__.__.__ 1.18 of. the precincts of Hendry County,
of; Lots. 10. 11 of.: K; *4. .. Block 1, Lots Hi, 16:.._.___ Kelley. Strong ____ 1.13 Florida, to hold the Primary. Electionon
of: WE' U .---'--.'. -3....43. ZD.: :.. Oallssher..._ 1.47 Block 2, Lot 24 ._.,__._.___. Laura Ta.ylor' __.____ 1.13 May 24, 1938:
._...., : JobB "W. __ ....... 1.13 Precinct One (1), Clervlatont
Lot ... 1.13 Block 4. Lots 31. 32;.....____.. H. 'V: 'Sa.nford '
ls Mra. Maude ::Sprf>5g. ; -
-- :Mrs. L. C. Miller Clerk.
Lot _----_- ---w------77 Block 5. Lots is, 46. _._ 'Val'eo & Ethel Banha.m 1.13AU ,
"B lmont" S-D. of TV".' H. ... ______.___...._.___._....__. 36' H 32 640 FIll. Land & Timber Co. 41.17 Gratton George, Mrs. 'R. C Nowl-. '
I3lotk XE toil';",4 ": -- ::1 r; 8': ...43. >.>. .. J.. O. SwJft.B. -.--....._... 1.13 SE 3i.< .:-.._..______.-_..::.__..._ 27 45 32 160 Paul. Blount lIa.rdln. ..__ 6.66. ing.Robert William George Hooks. Inspectors..
6. M._.Casori ____._._.. 1.13 W' 'fs1 of SW % of NW ; .' Special Officer .
Block.. 11.' Lot 4._._-", .'..11Sophia.. C.- Diosa 1:13: ;4:.of NW -.._.._....- 36 46 32 S Henry'' Smith ___-=._ 1.U Polling Place: City Hall.
Block '11.Lot 12' 1.80 S ,',2 of N 'II except g 21. =:- :- Precinct Two (2),:'Eallt'LI1Dclle
C..C. Christian ---- Mrs. M. ,-
.3 J
Block 16. Lot 6_ 018 '1.1 of SW 1. of NW Bush. Clerk.
"Adalr Addition. to.Del. 'A and N' lz or HW !, -. 1':. : ,. Julian Bussed Mrs. Annie Frier-
moqt" -'-: S43 SO-. ........_ 46 32 130. ._..._.__._.... 11.62All son Mrs. S. L. Stewart. Inspectors.M. .
------ : ., .-'. ,." .. W. ;lacrruder .... 1.80 of NW" % .__._._.,. __ 35 Unknown! -'
Lots '1 to 41 _-.__-_ -- except S\V ,4 of SW -. : F. Yeomans, Special Officer.
"Ro. nberry'ii" S-D of.1'f' t 1 f of SE '.4 and W 'h Polling Place: Old" Rdlet Office.
% Of NW 35x. --"r--:--.- S. ,43 20. ... o'. of SW %. of SW ll4 of Precinct Three (3), West LnBclle.
Carl E. Roycr__ __ 7.23
10. -
""' R J.
1. 2 ... : -..... = Moon Cleric.
--- SW ?+ and E % of BE
Lots 3'to' 6 _____,.? Carl 15. Royer --- 5.88 1'4IIof SE V of. SW 1i,_ 10 43 33 692 Arlpcka Farms Co._.._ 62.72 C. C. Cook W B. Manning. Mrs.
"En -lewood Terrace,". a W / at E 1f.a of SW '.4-- 12 4.3 33 C9 Alma F. Yetter___.__ 6.88E Ella Carson. Inspectors.
S-D, of E Vz of ,SW: % 11.: .of E 'h of W, % of Polling Place: Old Bank Building.

RactDldo, N % of SE ',48',43 R. 1.13 sw4 ____.___...__._ 12 4.3 33 20' :Mr. S. L. Lang ___ 3.47 Ed. Yeomans Special Officer
... B, Lot; 'l---_-' Mrs. Ella BrJ'Ln-: W % ____._____ 7 H 33 820 Wm. A. Doettlnger 24.20 Precinct Four (4), Dcnnud:
B Lot 8. __ Mae C. Cole and __._ 8.84 R. M. Burchard Clerk.J. .
Section : Turrell
W: % of SW 1,4 of NE 'A15 44 33 20 Mrs. I. H.
Jessie Safford ., 1.4
; ,-I i. + I,;. M. G Bates,,......_ __....._ 1.13 E. W -._.___-_ ,..__.__._ 18 44 38 820 Fla Land & Timber ,Co 24.20 M. Walker,' L. D. Baldwin, Mrs
____ May Lineback Inspectors
Section F; Lot; 81. AIl __..____ 20 H 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95E
Section G; Lot3_..,.,,..._ .: Mary Hellmau -_--- 1.13l.ll lh of SW .4 ot NW 1 4-- 23 H 33 20 Louis A. Kline ,-'L ?..,: 3.84 H. L. Keaton Special Officer.
Section:, G, Lot'' 50__ Mary Hellman -- ---- W: -'AI at NW 'of SW .4 23 H :3. 20 Chas. H. Butts .__.______ 3.84E Polling Place; Mrs. Duval's Garage..
Section J, Lots 1 to. 73__._, Unknown .-----.7'- 2.4Sil.78 ;2 of NE '4 of .SE ',4...... 23. 44 33 20 G. H. Daugherty -. .::._ 3.84. Precinct Five '(5), Keldni
City Ijlmlta NE '.4 of SW: %___-?.- 27 ,44 33' 40 Inez DL: White _..____ 7.23 Mrs. Nell J. Skclly. Clerk.C. .
W % of S- 1-3 of 8W- %' All _______.__._.._._._._ 28 H 33 6eo Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 O. Willis. W. G. Evans. M. N.

of SW % of NW % of .. All .__;______._...__._'..__.___._.. 30 H 33 G40 Fla Land & TImber Co. 47.95 Taylor, Inspectors.
NE .4 ____...____ 17 43 29 .50 Matt. CrawfordUnknown :.--?: An _.._.___.__-.:-__....:.. ___.. 32 '44 33 6eo 1.10. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 Marvin Perry, Special Officer.
"Henry Smith's" S-D of N ( .'. "LIDcoln Square. Pa..k Polling Place; Wheeler Store Building
1 of NW % 'of SW" Vt .. .. No. 1 SoOn of FJ '-_...- 3i 41.,33 .
of NE %l of SW'4 leaa :. I Block 4. Lots H to. 47.;._: C. C. Jones ft.-_. ; 1.13 SEAL) DAVE ALSTON.
road R-W--on E' alde17 .43 29 I Block Lots to 24_.. Sherman Smith .___..;. 1.1.3 Chairman Board of County
Section B, Lots 7 to 12 -......-.._..._..___ 1.80 I t Block .45. Lots ,21. 31. 32...., Lettie Haham ?.__ 1.13 ; Commissioners of

"South LaBelle" S-D of Block 76. Lots 30. 31..___ Jestlna Major __...__. 1.13 Hendry County Fla.
N Vt of N % of N % "Llneoln ark No. Attest: WILLIAM T. HALL.

of SE '4 of NE V_.-. 17 43 2a '' Square ....._._ 3S"U'; 33 I Clerk.
Lots 105 106--- C. D. .!< Jsher ._?.._...._....___: 1.13 Block 2 S.D"14, Lots of W-.1.12, 13___.__': ..' Mrs. Hattie Bryant: .__ 1.13 CN IT/ May 13. 1938

Beginning 33 ft. W and : '.. 37 39.., Oscar Lovell -: .......,_, 1.13 .
Block 15. Lots to - - - - -- - - -
25' ft. S. of NE corner'of Block 25, Lot 8..:_.._.__....__. Homer Stevenson _.__ 1.13 -?
N % of S % of SE % of "Gnrfleld Park S-O 01 _
NE %V W ,310, fC. 'S:140.3 J. M. COUSE

ft., E 310 ft., N 140.8 ft. :: NE ',4" _._. ._.___?_._._.. 0 48 33
to beginning 17"lloyal 43 29 1'' Bennett. Crawford ....0._. 2.74 Block 2, Lots 31, 32__...._._ Joseph Springer _____... 1.13 Counselor and Attorney at Law
Palm Estates No. : Block 4. Lots 37, 38_?_._ .Ransom G. Michael.?,._ 1:13:
1 S-D" of W 1. of W Vt ...,'" ."..i:: Block 14. Lots 47, 48____._ ..._....__?___--:...:._- ...___ 1.13 Hopkins Building
= ) ."Ford Center s-n" of .
of NE i/4 of NW V except 1INW '
2 A .___.___..._._ It 43 29 : ','" __..?_.__,_..____ 10 .is 33 '.' -',: Wednesdays and Saturdays
Lots 1. 2--...:-____ .Lenora ,C. Kopp ..?-:-_._ x 1.13Lenora' Block 27, Lots 1 to u_...... { ', Joseph Neily. .;.._.......;..... .,,1.13 :
Lots. 44 to 48, C. .Kopp _._,*_.. 1.80 9:30 to 4:00
Lots 49. 50 ___._ Mrs. Lillian .C..Robinson, 1.13 of Rine-Mile : -
and scat of Hoed -
"Ben Avon S-D" of Lot .. ; rat l'; '
24.6 : ; ; :
5OlnWofNW /: .
except 2.83 A. In S V> of itJ 24.2 : ,: ; ; t :- r.

Lot 6 ______._..12 43 20 :i, : --
Lot Lot7ofE14.ofW'1 61 _.___.:......-..:._ Unknown- _._._....__._..__?... 1.13 _13.8 2,7 : ; .AGENT.

"Mary of NW Evelyn% of NW S-D"%_of 1743 29 10 ., E. L. 1 Stallings. .__.._ 2.79 Total Acres 89.6 ___?___.._._ 7 43 84 90 : Aripcka., .. Farms. .Co.. ..::..?,.. 16,83Beginning L. B. Mershon '
"'.- -
702.6 ft. E of : .'
part of NE .oV. SW' % ..
;N\V- corner E 1405.2 ft.. I
beginning at_NW corner
S 1.000 ft., W 14052. N '_. New York Life
NE % of SW _%. E 420 _
,1.000 ft. to beginning .
ft., S 518.57 ft., W 420 ft. .- I
N 518.57 ft. to beginning 18 43..9 4 C. M. Swindle...._..._. 3.30 less a. 70-1't. strip on
"Evelyn Terrace" a S-D ( N side .._.__._.....; -- 14 43 34 30 Elbert L. Stewart.8.06' Insurance CompanyARCADIA

of SE K of _SW }ic._:., 18.. 43 28 ," A.: in NE corner of SE \ -

Lot 48 ___ ._.,._ _-- W. J. Simpson________ 1.13 '4 of sw n SW: _' H 43 34 .CO Unknown. __.____.__._ 1.43 FLORIDA
Lot 168 _._. _._ ., -_.-- Geo. A. Veils _.__. 1.13. 12 3-4 A. NW '.4 of ,
"Bell La Case" S-D of N fraction N Y.a ot old Meander .
% of NE ,4' of SE V_,. 18 43 SO \ line ._:_:.._._____. 23 43 34 12.75 U. S. Sugar Corp..__._._ 2.01

Block' 8, Lot 1 _____--..: D. Widclity __.__._._., 1.131'Roynl NW 'of NE 'k'. of- SW 'h 23 43 34 10 Julius C.: Addor._.__ 3.17
Palm..Estate'* No W 1h; at NW %_......__.__ 24 43 34 51 F. G. Johnson .--""'...:......_ 14.03 NORGE REFRIGERATORS
6" S-D of E % of W % E of NW".4 ot NW 4...__ 1 H 34 20 Unknown .:__...:.:____:.. 3.84
of S'V..4 of SE. .%_.... 18, .43 ZO -...... All ___..________.__ 16 H 34 640 Glades" Land Corp...:.....;.. 34.38 Furniture and Homo Vnrnlshlngs
Block 1, Lots ,6,. 7_ R. A. Thagard. ......___...._... 1.13 E Y.J Hof NW of NE %..._ 17 H 34 ?0 Ed Sturgis: __.___?_._._._ 3.81
"Royal Palm Estates.. No. 'V 1h ot SW 1 of SW 'A.J 33 44 34 20 E. A. Stone _'-__. 3.81 PHILCO KA1J1OS
7" S-D of '\VofE3/ W 'f.I of NE '4 of SE .__ 6 45 34 20 Anton Gillis ______ 3.84
of SW i/4 of. SE. i/i,.-.-.. 18 43 20 W 'A: of SE '4 of NE V_. 9 45 34 20 F. O. Stone.._______. 3.84 .
Block 3, Lots 8, 9.______ L. P. Watts _.__,._._ 1.13 E 1h of NE 14 ot NW '4..__ 9 45 34 20 M. G. Bates:_______.__ 3.84 Household FurnishingsInc.
Block 4, Lots 4; 5___ Ella C. Meacham .____ 1.13 E 1h ot NW ,, of NW 14.__ 9 45 34 20 Arnold Flintzer __.___ 3.81
All _______- 19 ,43 29 623 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 NE 1/4i of NE % of NE 1,413 45 34 10 Silas Zwight -______ 2.49
NW 4 of S 14less RR Sl 1' oL SW: 44. ot SE %._..,13 46 34 10 Chas. D. Young _..__"_ 2.49 .
st hy. .____;:--__._. 20 ,4329 480 Florida Industrial Co. 27,89 E 1h of NW 14 ot SI .__ 21 45 34 20 H. Moffet ...._._:.:__.._._.. 3.84 -
All less R-W st hy.....-._ 2141 23 629 Florida .Industrial- Co 34.88 NW 1.4 of NW '4_..___._ 29 45 34 40 James W. Head _?-_._ 7.23 BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA.J. .
All less R-W st hy. except I, S\V '/ of SE *____._____ 29 45 34 40 J. C. Campbell trustee 7.23
all lying: generally E of SW: 'K' of SE 4 of N'V 1A. 1 46 34 10 M. D. Carmichael ..._.__._ 2.49
state highway w;?___.___. 28 43 29 23 Florida Industrial Co. 2.40 NE ot'NW, 4 ot SW '44' 1 46 34 10 T. L. Hogan '?_._.._.._.__ 2.49
All ...;.___.______ 29 43 29 640 Florida Industrial Co.34,38 'SW % of SE 1,4 ot SE 3/ ..1 46 34 10, Unknown _._,__?::.-____ 2.49
All ___.., ... ,,. 30 4329 624 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 ; S. CAMPBELL
E ,of SE .4 ot E *__ 9 46 34 20 G. ,V; Carter. mgr..____ 3.84
All ___________..31 43 29 624 Florida: Industrial Co. 34.38 111F._....._.._.___..:.:......_ 19 U 34 640 Unknown _...____.,__._.. 34.38
All ______ --:.,..._.. 32. 43 23 640 Florida Industrial. Co. 34.38.
All less R-W st. hy. "tt'ownslte of Clewl.tott"Block Jeweler
cept all lying generally ex: 17, Lots I, 2__..._ 10 43 34 Anna Hopkins- & WatchmakerAll

E of State Highway,.. 33 43 29 54 Florida Industrial Co. 4.44 J. E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00
NE __._ ___._ __ 160 Block 20. Lot 10_?__._.._ 10 43 34 R. E. Kurtz, attorney 2.24 Kinds'of: ( Jewelry
U 4 44 29 Wm. N. Stallings. .,.._._ 8.79. Repairs
All except.NE % less R-W c. Block 27, Lots 1, 2__.__ 10 43 34 Anna M. Hopkins- I

State Highway and except .' J., E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00 I Optical Repairs

all E of Stat Block 80, Lot 24___.__ 9 43 34 Unknown ---_--_-.- 1.80
Block 80, Lot 25...___._ 9 43 34 Unknown ___.__.._,....._ 1.68 AT CILRISTIAX'S
Highway except NE 'k4 44 29 72 FloridaFlorida Industrial Co. 5.00 I i IJAllbER SHOPZLtl'U'LOiuDA
All ..___ 5 ,44 29 641 Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 139 Lot 19__._..10 43 34 Mrs. Mildred Wheeler 2.49
E % ,_,__-___: 6 44 29 320 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08 '!lock 141 Lot 9_..._.._..__ 10 43 :H i Tax Delinquent _-_".. .. 1.58
,All ___._.,.____ 7 4429 608 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 162, Lots 1, _2, 3,.-_. 10 43 84. Jeo. L: Esnenlaub __...:: 10.75
All ____.____ 8 .44 29. 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 160,. Lots 25, .26_._ 10 43 34 Henry J. Oglesby__ 2.25
All less R-W State High Block 167 Lot 30. .:.-.__.:.._ 10 43 31 Clarice W. Nowling...__ 3.97
way except all' E of Block 168 Lots E '02 15,. 16 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _______. 1.93

State Highway -__ ,_..__ 9 44 29 65 Florida. Industrial Co. 3.65 Block 169, Lot 1___.._____ 10 ,43 34 Beryl Bowden ..__. ..__.__. 2f 3
All ______..__ 17 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.60 Block' 169, Lot 16__.____. 10 43 34 Evelyn J. ,Shelley..__.___ 7.14
All __________..__. 18 44 29 602 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 B lock 172, Lot 3.______. .. 10 43 34 Clewiston Realty ,
All __.__..._._.___ 19 ,4429 598 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 & Development Corp. 2.79
All ______. _.20 44 29 640 Florida Industrial. Co. 26.50 Block 172. Lot 7____.._..;._ 10 43 34 Gratton George _.___..... 2.49
All: less R-W ,State Highway Block 172 Lot 10___._ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ....?_.__ 1.58
except all E of Block 172 Lot 15 ._.-___._ 10 43 34 Agnes Y. Thomas._.....___ 4.47 1iJj.
R-W State Highway lessA. Block 173 Lot 2._.__._._ 10 43 34 D. F. Woodward '._?, '_?, '" 3.06 m
L. & Imp. ,Co R-W..., :1. 44 29 45 Florida Industrial Co. 3.43 Block 173, Lot 4_.,_.___._.._ 10 43. '34 Tax Delinquent ..._....:..__ 1.98
.All -.- : 29 H 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 173, Lot 21_..___ 10 43" 34 Lester Harding _.....___ 3.29 gJ; t tI
AU ZZJIZZ17IZZZZZZ.7: 30 "H 29 698 Florida Industrial Co.21.29 Block 173. Lot 23..__..__.. 10 43 34 May S.' Ames _...._..?_..__... 19:58:
All _.__.___-.:.___' 31 44 29 595 Florida'. ." Industrial, Co. 21.29 Block 174 ______._____"... 10 43 34 Park .__..__..._..._.__.__......._.. .54 l !i1
All less R-W State Highway Block 175, Lot 6._ ... ._.__ 10 43 34 J. W. Jones _._..__.___.._ 2.12 I !
__._.__M__ 32 a 29 638: Florida Industrial Co. 21.59 Block 176. Lot 3_____._.__ 10 43 34 V. E. Jacobs _...__.._.._ 1.80
All except N % of N 14 7. 45; 29 444 Florida Industrial Co.- 20.81 Block 176, Lot 4____ 10 '43 34 Allen. E. Hey3on__.,_._. 1.80; IJ Qi1 Wm liG
.11 less R-W: State High- Block 176. Lot 22___._._.____ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ____ 1.12 4
way and except all less Block 176, Lot 23___ 10 43 34 D. J. Johnstone ._..M_ 1.80
R-W State. Highway and Block 176 Lot 24___.._..._ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent :____.... 1.80 '*' UiJ
less S % of NW *ii t of Block 170, Lot 28_.._.____ 10 43 34 Madolyn Hathaway ?.. 1.13 .
SW % and SW % of Block 196 Lot 20_____._ 10 43 34 Geo. Terrell ..___:;___... 2.27 sa SlIiI /
SW % -_____.. 16 4G 29 55 Florida Industrial Co....._. 3.99 :Block 201, Lot 11______ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.__._?_. 1.12
SW % of SW % of SE Vt Block 202 Lots 11, 12_....._. 9 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon._.__ 3.12
and S % of NW la of Block 203 Lot 1._.__.___ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent _..__._ 1.58 I ilIi51 ; .
SW % of SE 1,4____.__... 17' .is :9 15 Ruth Ellen Hull __ 2.40 Block 203 Lot 6._.____ 9 43 34 E. Rickmeyer ____..._._ 2.89
A111 _. 18 .45 29: 590 Florida.. Industrial Co. 27.59 Block 204 Lot 4____..__.,.... 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent _._____ 1.89
of N % of SFt14 Block 307. Lot 11_._.__..,_ 9 43 34 A. G. Farnquist _.__..,. 2.84
Of NE % of NE i,,___._ 20 4.5 29 2.60 J. W. McDanlcl __?_.._ 8.:3: Block 354, Lot 29.,.____ 16 43 34 Tax Delinquent ..__...__._ 1.22
c S % of N % ofSE "i Block 355 Lot 17.-___ 16 43 34 Morris Wiggins ......._..__. 1.13
,' of NE '4 of NE 3 r....?..... 20 is 29 2.50 Lena Ethinffton( _.__._ 1.43 Block 355, Lot 27_____ 16 43 34 Frank Carey _..___.._ 1.80
+ N % of NW '4 of NE i.l Block 356,- Lots 26. 26..__... 15 43 34 H. Burks _._.._____....... 1.80
and SE4 of NW '4 of _. .' Block 357, Lots 35.36___._ 15 43 34 H. C. Crofts _..___,.. 2.57
NE 14 --._-____;__ 20 45.: 29 30 Emory. Taylor: _____' _... 3.09 Block 359, Lot 6._..____ 15 43 34 S. Fisher ___.....__ 1.86
N % of SW Ji of SW % : r Block 360, Lot 25_..._____ 15 43 34 D. J. Voss ________.__. 1.80
of NE 14 and SE 'U 1 Block 361, Lot 8._:"'__._ 15 43 34 Dr. O. C. Bryan ,__-_..._. 1.90 Stop at th. '
of SW '% of NE % and "lock 361. Lots 28 to, 3Z.-_ 15 48 94 Anna Hopkins _.___.._... 89.52 ';
SE 1 4i of SW ',, of SW Block 362 Lot 32..::...,._.__' 15 43 34 Mrs. Rena F. JacobL,_ 1,90' 1a

% of NE % ...__. .._._ 20 45 29 17.50 E. B. .. Hull ,__,.-__ 2.70 Block 362. Lot 36.-_ 15 43 24 V. E. .tae.)hs -. -_._.___ J.OO tlomt PatriciaJ
W, % of SW "4' of SE }4 Block 363, Lot 10._,-..____. 15 43 34 John Nagel __....._.._._ 2.27
of NE '4 ------'M 20 45 29 5 E. M.. Cornett_____._._... 1.43 I Block 363 Lot 12__._____ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent ..._..__ 1.58 J
Beginning SE corner of Block 363, Lot 14__.____.... 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent .__._,_ 2.27
SE4.. N 210 ft. W 374 Block 367, Lot 9._.__ 15 43 34 O. H Benson,...._...:.--._._ 1.58 .1
ft., S 210 ft., E 374 ft. Block 367. Lot 19_:___ 15 43 34 D. J. Voss _______.... 2.27 312 3. E. SECOND AVENUE

to beginning ___._. 20 45 29' 2.50 Marlon Wheeler ,__.. 2.03 Block 369, Lot 24_.______ 15 43 34 Lester Harding ...._...?'?_ 1.90 4I
All less R-W State High Block 369, Lot 26______.__ 15 43 34 Lester Harding _...___ 1.90 !
way --_____..___??_..._.. 21 45 29 638 Florida Industrial Co. 34.68 Block 369, Lots 34. 35.___ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent _._..._..._ 2.67 All Outside Rooms With ;..
N 1f. of NW %__._._.___ 26 45 29 80 A. G. Carr ___.__ 5.88 Block 370. Lot 38._:____._.;_ 15 43 34 Mre. Ethel I. Button._.,. 1.90
NEW; % of SE" |4 of NE '4:7. 43: 29 10 E. L. Stalllugs. ..__._ 1.80 Block 377 Lot 10._.___._._? 15 43 34 Mrs F. C. Deacon........ 2.20 Private Bath
% of }. of NE. %; Block 377, Lots 13, 14___ .16 43 34 Esther V. Hogben ____ 3.34 ,'1
of NW % _'___ 27 45 29 10 Cecil Grainger _......__.__ 1.43 Block. 378. Lot 19______ 15 43 34 Mabel Rankin Hay .._. 14.03
W % of NE : Block 381, Lot :3.._____. 15 43 14 E. A. Erickson .___.__ 2.20 COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
14 of NW 14 27 45 29 20 Unknown _...._..__.._._ 1.80 ', .
SE K of NW % ___..,_ 1 27 ,45 29 40 J. E. PerryUnknown _"- 3.17 Block 410, Lot 11_._?_?___ 15 43 34 Anna HopkinsJ. -
One acre in NE corner of E. Beardsloy, agt. 1.64 Overlooking Biscayne Bay fi.

E % of NE % of NE 14 28 45 29 1 --=__.___ 2.10 Block: 411, Lot 2____.__ 15 43 34 Anna -Hopklns- .,
"Favors Felda S.D"V. 14 J. E: Beardsley, Agt._ 1.64 Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
of SW % 'of' SW 141___ 28 43 29 Block 411, Lot 4_.____ 15 43 84. Leon ',Ecklund ..___?.._. 2.03 J.
Lots 12, 13, 14, 16____? Harriet G. Pope. _......___ 1.80 Block 411, Lot 5__-__,_._. 15 43 84 A. G. Farnquist ._.._ _?. 2.03 Business Section.
S % 33 45 29 320 Florida. Industrial Co. 14.03 lock 411, Lot 7.,._.,_.__ 15 43 34 Anna Hopkin t \ i
Beginning 520 ft. E of NW J. E. Beardsley agt. 1.65
corner of NE y, of SW 'Block 412 Lots 12, 13.___ 16 43 34 Mrs. Bessie Schuck _.- 1.13 RATES ,
J4, E 330 ft. S to S line Block 412. Lot 21___.__._ 15 43 34 May S. Ames. ._?,_._.___. 2.39
of NE %, W 330 ft., N Block 412, Lots 26, 27.__.,_ lu 43 84 Aaron 1': Francis ._._...._ 3.20 }
to beginning Block 415. Lot 40_..__. 15 43 34 Lester Harding .____......_.._ l.SO $1.50 Single
NW 14 of SW 31 45:9: 10 Mrs. J. A. Stephens ....___ -2.83:: Block: 423 Lots 23. 24.._ 15 43 u Tax Delinquent _........._.... 1.89 : ,
V 3i
SW % of SE % Of NW 3G 45 45 29 40 Cortez, ,L.: Campbell L::.: 3.17 Block 448,: Lot ,,24__.._._?_...., 15 43 34 Clewiston...Home Bldg.
14 29 10 J. L. Taylor' :__.._.__ 1.13
.. Double
Association _.__ .... 5.28
SW 4 of SW __._
> %-- 35 (1) 29 40 Mrs. .Ellie N.. Pciry__..._ 1.50
All except NW 44 of NE plock 451, Lot 8______ 16 43 34 Clewiston Realty & ?
% and NE 4 of NW J,', Development Corp.__. 1.88
and Lot 1 _____._. 7 43 30 114 Florida Industrial Co. 7.83 Block 495 Lot 10.___,,.?.___ 16 43 34 .Mary L.. Portteus___,.?_ 2.57
SW '4 of NE 1'4 -..-..? 16. 43 30 40 Harry Rogers ..__.....__..? 3.84 Pock! 505, Lot 7-- .. 16 43 34 Mrs. Holdsworth .....__?_ 1,13, I Special Family Weekly & tJ.

All unsurveyed _.___.__..._ 1 43 31 57 Unknown "-. -:..._.__-: __.._._ 7.23 : I Ii I Monthly Rates i'
All unsurvcycdN __.__._..._ 2 43 31 68. Unknown ___..._._ 7.23 i 0 ''T.
N 'h -_.--. _.._.:._____._ ,12 :44 32 320' C." J.. Kirk _________ 20.81 C FRANK A. DAUGHERTY : : I I S. D. :
W 1h of NW '4 of N 'i 16',44 32 20 David Uhl ____ McCREARY, Proprietormt ; ,

..._...._..........-->.-.--.-..:_- --..... ;4 ,44 32 640 Fla. J.anc1'Tlmb r.Co. 3.84', I Tax Collector .
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I '<............"......................".............."....io-.................H"K"KK"X"H"H"KK..H................ .............................................. YOUNG 'VO IEN'S CLUBIS B.' E. Herring assistant treasurer.Mrs. SHIRLEY "'ANN OWENOBSERVES '
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l ,.:. }. conducted the BIRTHDAY
'ei. devotional service. Mrs. E. C.
The Young Women's Club met

: PERSONAL and SOCIETY ;_I Wednesday evening at the home of 'Mills, retiring president, presenteda A ,party at the homo of Mr. and
1 :Miss Florine Moore, with Miss lovely bouquet of flowers, to each MIE W. C. Owen yesterday after-
) I I Moore and Miss Billie Johnson as of the new officers. On behalf of noon was in celebration of the

.J \ 'ie.-. r ..!. hostesses the society, Mrs. Hall presented a seventh birthday* of their daughter,
o.:.-.:... ":..:..:..:..:..:.:..:w:..:..:..:<<...>-w :www:..:..: :..:.: :.:.. ..:..: :..:..:..:..: :..;......:..: :..:..:..:..:--:. match As entertainment was held, in a which spelling the linen luncheon set to Mrs Millsin Shirley Ann. -

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker are Miss Evelyn Schutz and her sister words were to be spelled with the appreciation of her year's work: I Games and contests were en-
'on a vacation trip' to Lakeland and Mrs. Lucile Bowers left names of South Florida towns and as president. joyed on the spacious lawn, and

North Carolina. Wednesday for their home in Up- rivers. Attending the meeting were Mrs. delightful and ice refreshments of birthdaycake
I per Falls Maryland Miss Schutz After the business meeting, dur- cream were served.
A. C. Brewer, Mrs. A. R. Broad-
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami has Just completed a term as instructor ing which it was decided that the The guest list included Gene and.
'spent the week-end, in Clewiston of Latin and English In club would have as its theme the foot, Mrs. 'E. M. Cornette, Mrs. W., Solon Mills, Jean Yenawine, Nancy
-with friends. the local school. topic, Travel, for the next few B. Cate, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. Wright, Dick and John Schiffli
weeks refreshments were served by Olin Carleton Mrs. John H. Doty. Sally Graham, Emma Jane Ezelle,
,f. Mrs. Claude L. Carline and Bob Berner, Kay Bow-
: FosterMeredith returned Satur- Downs and Mrs. the hostesses. A short social Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W. "
day from a visit in Jacksonvilleand Don Young spent a few days in I hour followed. den Kim Kolstad, Mary Louis _
Birmingham. Miami on business the first of the I Those present were Misses Mary Ezelle, Mrs. J. J. Graham Mrs.B. Thomas, Richard Knight, Patsy
week. Sherwood Hall accompaniedthem I Markette, Mae Whitten Pearl E. Herring Mrs. H. R. Hall Meredith, Louise and Ann Prewitt,

4 Mrs. W. C. Prewitt; and Mrs. M. to Miami and is spendingsome Brantley Helen Carlson, Hazel I Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. V. H. Charles and Rachel Miner, Jo Ann
M. Prewitt were visitors in Fort time visiting Billie Redel- I Prince, Florence Slonaker, Kathryn Headley, Mrs. O. A. Jones: Mrs. Crouch, Corinne VonMach, Harriet
Myers Friday. sheimer. Graham, Florine Moore, Billie H. C. Jones, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. and Carol Alston Jeanette Smith,
I Johnson Mrs. J. C. Taylor and A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. O. C. Nelson Bobby Smith, Vollney Robbins, Sue
Mrs. Grace W. Hoffman of "West Misses Dorothy Craig and Saun- I Mrs. J. W. Moore. Mrs. Martha Ludekins :Mrs. I. D. Cornette' Walter Vaughn and Ed

a Palm Beach spent several days dal Watson, both teachers in the ( Leydig, ,Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. E. ward Bourne.
transacting business here this week. local school for the past term, left II WILLING WORKERS CLASS C. Mills, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs.C. .
Tuesday for their homes' for the HOLDS MEETING AT AUGUR'S Nelson, Mrs. W. B. Nelson Mrs. J. E. Beardsley spent several
Captain A. -L. Hubers of West summer. Miss Craig goes to 'Tarpon -i ---- I W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, days in Gainsville this week. His
Palm Beach spent the week-end Springs and Miss Watson to Jean Augur was hostess Friday Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mrs. Joseph father, D. W. Bearsley, who ac-
with Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Quincy. evening to members of the Willing Robbins, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. W. companied him, returned to his
Workers Class at the home of her F. Simpson Mrs. F. C. Taylor, and home in Chicago after spending the
Mrs. 'L. C. Miller Miss Marcia. Mrs F. C. Taylor, Mrs W. B. I parents, Mr. and Mrs F. C. Auguron Mrs. O. C. Landon. winter here at the Beardsley Farm.
.Avant and Wilbur Goff were visitors I Cate, Mrs. W. F. Simpson Mrs. the government reservation. .
,:,, in Miami Wednesday. I Olin Carleton, Mrs. O. A. Jones, I After the transaction of business
Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mrs. R. N. members of the class played games 'i"i.'f' .

t t. _. Mrs. Werner Amrein of Jacksonville Smith. Anne Pafford and Marianne and enjoyed a pleasant social hour. ey
I 4L) arrived Saturday for a visit Jones attended a music recital in Attending were the teachers I. s -
-' with her husband.r Moore Haven Tuesday evening. M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. .' :
r Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Augur, y: ELECT

r E. Beardsley attended a meet-: Members of the Christian En- and Sheila Foster, Anne Pafford, y y !
ing of the Everglades Drainage deavor who attended a meeting of Marianne Jones Barbara Broad- :: :!:
District. board in Miami yesterday. the Young People's Union in Pa- foot. Jean Augur, Mamie Trice H. Wilson]
hokee Wednesday evening were Marilyn Davis, Ogle Arnette Sally :!: Clyde ::
Dan Fagan left Saturday to Jimmy Hall; Florence and Kathryn Graham, Nancy Wright, Gloria and y .2.
join his father in New Orleans for Graham, Dick Patterson, June Betty McDuffie: Grace Ward, Cleo y
1 a few months. Hooker, 'Beulah'Guthrie, Lee Prid- Scott and Mauryne Prewitt. y.f' Able Hefavors .'.
: gen Bobbie Spicer, Dick and Bill. ,s.

Miss Lois Prince and Sir. and Owen, and the Rev. F. C. Taylor NEW LADIES AID Ol<'PICERS'INSTALLED t /
Mrs. V. E. Woodward spent Monday and J. U. Owens., BY REV. TAYLOR i '
f I o'n a business trip to Okee- I[ ::!:: Impartial! the :.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence
chobee. The installation of officers occupied .i.f '.
fro and W. M. -Martin visited in Stu- the attention of the Ladies :.t': :'f.:
: A native of old Grand
: Mrs. Blanche Turner, Charles art Friday evening. Mr. and Aid members at, the regular May f; .. -
Turner I and Mrs. Foy Durrence Mrs. Lawrence represented the I meeting, which was held Thursday y ss +
; spent Wednesday in West Palm Clewiston Kiwanis Club at the afternoon at the home of Mrs. :!: ::
13 aeh.I meeting at which the charter was Carawan Nelson with Mrs. Nelson this 'Circuit Jury System !

presented to the Stuart Kiwanis and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. joint f
Mrs. August Oberhaus of La- Club. Every club in the south- hostesses.The X x
Belle was the guest of Mr. and eastern Florida district sent rep- election of a 'president, .. Your e:.
Mrs. C. Nelson the latter part of resentatives to the Stuart meeting, which had been left over from a
the weeek. a total of two hundred persons previous meeting resulted in the f *
attended the event. unanimous selection of Mrs. W. B. STATE ATTORNEY

" Mrs. J. W. Moore, Misses Mary, Cate to head the organization for .t' .:. I
., ._ Louise and Florine Moore and BARBARA SMITH HONORED the ensuing year. ?

, Mrs. J. G. Niblack ware visitors WITH PARTY ON FRIDAY I Rev. Forest C. Taylor made a ::_: Twelfth Judicial Circuit ::::
Saturday in Fort Myers. splendid talk -on the subject of
.. y
._ Al Mr. and Mrs John} Doke and Miss Barbara Smith, who left ducted installation the impressive of officers installation and con- :;: SECOND PRIMARY, MAY 2 4, 1938 ?*

daughter, Anita of Fort Meade, Saturday with her parents to make service for Mrs. Gate,- president/ t.
were guests of friends in Clewis her home in Tampa, was honored Mrs. H. R. ,Hall vice-president, :;: (Paid Political Advertisement) .' '::

" ton Sunday afternoon. with a surprise party given Friday Mrs. J. H. Doty, secretary, Mrs. H. ,
evening by- Miss Margaret VonMach, C. Jones, assistant secretary, Mrs.J. ': ';-.: \

"I M. E. VonMach was in LaBelle and Miss Leah Richaud. 'G. Niblack, treasurer and Mrs. X....... ........... ..,....... ................ X>
The .:.: : : : : : : : : :":": : : : : : : : : : : : : : ;":":":":":':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":0..
party took the form of a
. I ,Saturday afternoon attending a
meeting of the county board of scavenger hunt. Runelle McGehee II
;J public instruction. and Harry Vaughn were prize win-
ners, Runelle received a box of <
; Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Augur have handkerchiefs and Harry a knife.
as their guest, Mrs. Augur's Sandwiches, cookies, punch and .
{ mother Mrs. Hessie of Jacksonville ice cream were served by the hostesses .
"rZ who arrived Saturday. Oglesby to,Misses Renee Barbara Wethington Smith, Julia Roberta SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!

t( Felix H: Williams, of the Jacksonville Spicer, Florence. Graham,
office of U. ,S. Engineers, Edith Cornette June Hooker
";- is spending a few days in Clewis- Runelle McGehee and Dick and
f I ion on business this week. Bill Owen Pat McGehee Harry
i Vaughn, Junior Waters; Morris
Ford, Carlton Prevatt, Dick Patterson '
,' Mr. and Mrs Frank M. Rodriguez -Attend the
t. returned this week from a Ed VonMach, Dan Pagan <
and J. D. Hooker.
visit of a few weeks at their old j I
) -
,home in Gretna, La.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Smith and HONOR TEACHER AT r Annual
daughters, Barbara and Mary Ellen, I PARTY'I
' I left Saturday to make their future Miss Livonia Congdon 'I) ,
i home in Tampa. of the sixth grade, received
prise shower of miscellaneous gifts
Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Vaughn and from her pupils Friday afternoon
family moved this week into the following the close of the school :
house recently vacated by Mr. and I year and the promotion exercises DOLLAR DAY

Mrs. Glen E. Smith. for the %sixth graders : .
A hiking party- had been plannedfor
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Edmondson the. class, money which the
of Summit, :Miss., were in Clewis- class had won*as prizes in P. T. A.
ton this week calling on old friends attendance contests, was used to .
during a vacation trip to Florida. purchase the refreshments. Aftera
The Edmondsons resided hereabout hike to the Research laboratory Sponsored by the 'r '

six ye'ars ago. the class and Miss Congdon enjoyed }.
.i refreshments of drinks, ice cream MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION of .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bats who and cookies at the playground.
, 1\\\ formerly resided on the government Attending were Marianne Jones
;. ;j 0 reservation here came out Barbara'Broadfoot., Inez Haven West Palm Beach
f from their home in West Palm Evelyn Corbett Betty Jane Perez, "
l' Beach :Monday and visited several I Mauryne Prewitt Eric Belcher .
: friends in Clewiston. Junior Kerce, Philip McLeod, Billie :
w' T Perry and Gilbert Carmouche.

\ :Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Edmondson -sr
j 1': of Summitt Mississippi, were in ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS AT
i Clewiston this week calling on old SIRS. VONMACH'S HOME
friends during a vacation trip to I TUESDA Y MA Y .17

: Florida. The Edmondsons resided:! The Altar Society of St.' Mar- ,
I here about six years ago. garet's Church met Tuesday after-
I t noon at tho home of Mrs. M. E.
t Attending a family reunion held VonMach.Mrs. '
j 4- at the home of Mrs. M. C. Hooker G. A. You, president, con- The official Dollar Day card dis
' near Palmdale Sunday were Mr. ducted the business meeting. After
) and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and chil- routine business was completed, played in Store 'Windows is your ,

!. dren, Billie Jr., June J. D. and plans for helping with the details guide to Certified Values and Great "
t..t Elbert. Others attending included of the Mother's Day service were
l; Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hooker Mr. made. Savings. -
i and Mrs Earl Hooker, Mr. and Attending were Mrs. J. F, Tip-
I : \ Mrs. Charles Duffin and Mr. and pey. Mrs. Zerney Meredith Mrs. H.
$ \. Mrs. W. J. Bradley of West Palm I J. Oglesby, Mrp. P, G. White, Mrs
4' Beach, and Mr,- and Mrs, P, H, H, T. Vausnn, Mrs W. p, Vaughn, STORE HOURS: 8:30 A, M. to 6:00 P. M.

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CHAPTER VIII-Continued room. That's such a beautiful life of a little boy tossing with feverin was that half the expenses incurredby Has anyone ever analyzed success l

-11- room, Corinne." far off Cape Town., the arrival of this first son of so that you can understandit
"Offended! How could you possi- "Beautiful? That shows your ignorance Her first son was born in Englandon theirs, were paid by Carl Venable, ? We think not, or more people k
bly offend a Lambert Martha after of such things, Ned." Cor-' a May night. The winter had who would have paid them all had it would have achieved' it. >fIn

all you've done for us? But there's inne spoke as one with authority. gone well As Carl Venable prom- been possible. do so without arous- climbing the ladder of success r
more to this business than you un- "I'll admit it has a sort of charm; ised, Don's "Letters from Capri" ing Don's, suspicions. All the young there often seems to be amissing t
derstand." The man's face dark- but it's no special period, so in an were welcomed with enthusiasm by couple ever knew was that the bills rung. Here's where one f
ened. He was recalling a hot June artistic way it's not correct. Why, the London editor; and the same were far, far less'than they'd anticipated has to make a .struggle. .
day-a blow that had left his jaw cowered letters (supplemented by thumbnail ; for Nora was very sick in- l

lame for a week. "There are thingsone sketches by the great Venable) deed. How to Make a Good Living
can't forgive, or ." there are silk hangings at the win- found a ready market in America. Don sometimes wished he could '
making such an er that time,when the From Five Acres of Land r
He paused, not knowing just how dows! Imagine And living in Italy was inexpen- forget nightmare
And the bed and bureau firm hand of doctor Security is assured and
to proceed; and the woman said in ror. are sive. Nora soon made a home of an English even'
the gentle way she had told him early American, while the rug the tiny pink villa with its glimpseof thrust him unceremoniously from comfort and luxury may come to
many truths in the years gone by: which- must have cost your fathera sapphire waters and rocky hill- the bare, white room which shel- the family that owns and wisely r

"Excuse me, Mr. Ned but there's small fortune, too) is Oriental. sides, which Constance Venable had tered Nora. operates a small,farm. Not only
nothing we can't forgive-if we care Besides, so many books are out of 'ready for their arrival. "Get outside and sit down, my can such a place supply the food 4.

enough. Run along up now. Run place in a bedroom. Any good dec- "This is the most heavenly spot," dear chap," he commanded brisk- requirements of the family, but it t

up and see your father." orator would tell you that. But (she wrote her father) "and I'm ly. "She won't suffer any more." may produce abundance,, sell, t
; Nora refused any advice, you know; fast becoming a thrifty Italian He had a very ,English accent, often at higher prices than those of

"And when I got there;'i Ned told and that room's just like her. Aw- housewife, or should be if I weren't.compelled ,that doctor, which made Don won- the general market. t
his wife later that evening, "Dad fully pretty if you admire that sort to stop my work every der if, the man were quite efficient! This is the subject' covered in

was sitting in the big wing-chair in of thing, but-well it's really a few minutes to drink in the beau- 'There was a bench in the corridor the new 369 page book entitled ,

Nora's bedroom. There was a fire hodge-podge." ties of this twin-humped .camel of and he sank down on it, very' weakas "FIVE ACRES," by, M. G. Kains, \

on the hearth, and the place did "A damn fine hodge-podge, retorted an island, kneeling so gently in to knees; wondering how long which has proven so popular that.
look more-well, more cheerful Ned. "And it was that early the blue, blue waters of the Mediterranean this horrible,business would go on; it is now in its third printing.,
American bed that made the trou why the universe had to be1 popu- It will be shipped to
perhaps, than the rooms downstairs.He .' It's well worth the effort you postpaidon
was reading a letter, but when ble. I've always thought the handsomest of climbing the million 'or so lated in such a' manner- ; and what receipt of"$2.50 by addressing '

he glanced up and saw me he bed I ever saw. I stopped steps that lead to our front door (I for had they sent him out and 'let- Brandt, Aymar, Dept.' 16A, 400 j
beside it to admire one of the posts. Connie Venable stay inside? Madison Avenue New York
stuffed it into a pocket, which mademe City..
wonder if it was from Leonora.I 1 never expected to stir Dad up And after an interval which -Adv.
Corinne I sort when I asked where it came from. seemed hours, there came from be- .I
thought-honestly, ,
of felt that he didn't like my find- He didn't answer right away so Cor-I ,f'i, /y/. r yond that door a cry like nothinghe Old and YoungAs
turned around and-honestly, } '
had ever heard before, but Don
him there. He right
ing got up
inne he looked as if someone had ) of ayouth that,has
; approve
said "Why didn't telephone? '' knew it instantly for the wail of his
: you struck him. Then he pulled him- first-born. It was then that all the something of the old man in him
If I'd known were coming over
I'd have been you downstairs." self up and said: 'It came from a remaining strength went out of him so I am no less pleased with an
country auction down in Maine. It and he wiped the sweat from his -old man that has something of
down then?
you go was a rainy day. Only one antique forehead and said: "Thank God it's the youth. He that follows this rule
"No. It was plain he wanted to; with and he didn't
dealer to compete be old in but
over!1" But no one came from may .body, can never
but I said: 'Sit still, Dad. I'm only know his business. I got that bed Nora's be so in mind.-Cicero.
except a nurse.
going to stay a minute. Did you for forty dollars.'
know that Nora sailed for Italy this bar- had a blanket-wrapped bundle in
"I said: 'You certainly' got a
afternoon?' You see', Corinne, I gain, and any time you want to get I tm1A her arms, and was hurrying so fast
.she didn't see him; but when she A
thought it was better to speak right rid of it .' "
.. what Martha'd returned a minute later withoutthe |SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
out. I felt, after Corinne her
"Well? prodded as sM1 '
said, that it might do him good to husband stopped. bundle, Don caught her skirt, LARGE JARS StANDlOt W
and though his question wouldn'tseem
talk if he once got started.
"That, it seems, was my mis- to come, the girl appeared to
"What'd he say? ,take. Father said,_ and his voice understand and told him hastily: Our EffortsTo
"Nothing, for just a minute. I was exactly as cold as if I'd been
"It's a boy. A splendid little boy, be truly and really independent -
think my question took him a bit some smart Aleck trying to get the ,
but is to support ourselves by our
off guard. But you know Dad I He .. better of him in a business' deal, And with that "but" he was left own exertions.-Porter. '
can always pull himself together.And 'That bed is not mine 'Ito get rid of, alone again. The door closed

after a minute he said quietly: as you unpleasantly put it. It be- though during the moment it had '
'Yes, I know.' That's all, Corinne.It longs to my daughter.' Just that, '
and sickish MEN
.ter opened a strong scentof LOVE GIRLS '
made me feel almost uncomfort- Corinne.".
Y ether drifted out to him. It was
able-as if he'd said: 'It's none of Ned's wife sat suddenly
up so on Constance Venable who came next
your 'business, Ned. Get along" the chaise longue that the great (after a lifetime, it seemed to Don, WITH PEP
home. You know what I mean. American novel dropped unheededto with that nurse's'ominous "but"stUl
If you are peppy and full of fun, men will [invite -
"Oh, yes, I know! Corinne's eyes the floor. ringing in his ears) ; and with you to dances and parties. BUT, if you
narrowed unpleasantly. "He made "He has no right to answer you one look into Connie's face his are interested.cross, 'lifeless Men don't and like tired, men won't be

me feel that way just, after Nora like that Ned. .I hope you told.him heart stopped beating. Literally.He For three generations one"quiet""woman girls.has told '"
left, when I was trying to tell him so." told Nora afterwards' that he another how to go "smiling through" with ..
"What do I about Lydia E. Pinkham's
care a son. Vegetable Compound. It "-
that he'd done exactly right. I'm "Oh, calm down, my dear. I died for a minute. And then Con- helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen-
fond of your father, Ned, but there didn't have to. I guess he saw by can hear 'Don't stance sat down and took his hand. ing orders the which discomforts from' the functional dis-
you say exaggerate women must endure.
are times when" he irritates me to my face how awfully surprised I Nora. It's a bad habit'!1), to She said: "You've a son, Don-a Make a note NOW to get a bottle of worldfamous -

distraction. was, for he came over and put his gaze down'on, this wealth of flowers beautiful little boy-" and, he brokein OUT FAIL Pinkham's from your Compound druggist-more today WITH than a
A vision of the faithful Martha arm across my' shoulders-said, I and foliage. Nature was in a lavish harshly: "What do I care about million women have written ia letters reporting -

slinging teacups, caused Ned Lam- mustn't pay any attention to him- mood when she fashioned Capri. I a son? What's happened to Nora?" Why benefit.not try PIN HAM'SSoreNoMore

bert to smile a little. Then his wife"asked that he was upset'about something.We wish you could see it, Dad. In fact, Constance was still stroking his' VEGETABLE 5 kEDt

:""Did you speak of Nora any didn't quarrel. Never have, you the only thing needed to make me hand as he'd seen her stroke the
more? know.: We sat down again and supremely happy would be to look hands of her children when she
"We did because I rather forced talked about nothing in particularthe out some day and discover that wished to calm them. She an- Salve

the subject-not because I was curious stock market-the weather-=- my handsome father had overcomehis swered:' "Nora will be all right,

you know, but I wanted to anything in fact, except Nora! He prejudice against every countrynot Don. I don't care what they say, Quick relief from asthma, croup,boils,
help him if I could. Dad's had sucha promised to go to bed soon as I flying the Stars and Stripes, and she will be all right! There were- bums, piles, chest congestions etc.

lot of trouble through his family, left." was climbing that rocky path, complications something no one Mrs.Gladys Keller,Hutchinson,Kans.,

Corinne. I've always-ever since I though he wouldn't have breath had foreseen. Just at. the last we says be:a"Sore-No-More wonderful relief Salve for many has provedto things.I .
was old enough to think' about it- But James Lambert didn't go to enough to,kiss me when he reachedthe very nearly-lost her; but she will would not be without it."

wanted to feel that I, who've never bed just then. ,He sat quite still ,in top ". be all right." FREE With each order for two 50c

gone against his'wishes, had madeit Nora's big wing-chair ("I want one "The Venables are only five min- Then, after another aeon, the door will;send you jars a of formula Sore-No-More that makes Salvewe 2'/i
'up to him. But tonight, sitting big enough to curl all up in, Daddy utes walk (perhaps I should say opened. It was the 'English doctor gallons of delicious beverage or jelly juice
there in Nora's bedroom, it came !") until he heard the front door climb!) away; and if you could look -the man with the accent. He from 1 gallon of either fresh or dried fruit.

over me that I was accountable for close and knew that he would not upon the seascape Ven's paintingnow threw one significant glance at Con- Writ SALESPEOPLE WANTED
for intirtsHm trofotition
this last break that's hurt him more be interrupted. Then he drew froma you'd mortgage the house to nie and laid his hand gently on WOMACK MEDICINE CO.

than anything since" the trouble with pocket the letter he was reading possess it. Incidentally, they havea Don's shoulder. Established 30 Years

my-my mother. when Ned came in. Not that he ,beautiful piano on which they "She needs you, old man," he Box 216 Greensboro Ca.
"You accountable!" Corinne didn't know it pretty well by heart, seem to consider it an honor for me ,said-just that-but Don knew, and
closed the most talked of novel of having already perused it, a dozen to practice; so my fingers won't Constance knew, what he was think-

the month, forgot its 50 unread times, as he did all Nora's letters. grow stiff, as I had feared they ing; and Connie still held Don's KILL ALL FLIES
pages, and gave him her entire at- His eyes lingered the signature- might. There are four young Ven- hand when he crossed the threshold p

tention. "Of all the absurd state- those childish black crosses belowit. .ables ranging from sixteen to six- of that quiet room. Placed Killer attracts anywhere.and Daisy kills flies.Ply

ments! What would your father James knew instinctively that such jolly youngsters! And their He stood there looking down on ocw i.convenient-Cannot Guaranteed, effective. Neat Ii1Wllinotsohorlnfureanything.-,
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have had you do when that fellowhit she had .kissed them as she used mother is every bit as good a mother Nora, a Nora as white as the bed .
? Turn the Lasts all eeason. 20o at all
you cheek? i to in the days of little-girlhood. The to me as she is to them, thoughshe on which she lay-as white as mar- dealers. Harold Boners, Inc.,
"It was a jaw, dear," Ned reminded I same Nora, and yet not the same can't be fifteen years, my senior ble. Her eyes were closed. Don 160 De Sal Av&.B'Uyn.N.Y.

her in a feeble attempt at Never never, he vowed with ." could not see her breathe. He won-
humor. He "hated his wife to get stubborn bitterness, would she be This was quite true.' Nora had' dered And then the doctor

"worked up. the same to him Never again not counted on Constance Venablein spoke, softly: "I'd take her hand,
"If that's supposed to be funny," would he let her get near enough to vain. "You say it's to be in my dear fellow, if. 1. were you." SMALL SIZE c, Ef LARGE 20zE ,
she retorted, "I don't see the joke. hurt him May?" the older woman questioned His voice, despite the accent 60e ,. $ .

Why you were black and blue! If And then, softly: "I wonder if thoughtfully. And then: "We must which had sounded so la-de-da an

your father hadn't stood by you he'd she could possibly have seen me, take you to England. Not that bam- hour before, was very kind. And -
have been a beast, Ned.. Well what there on the pier I don't be- binos don't arrive daily in Italy!" because no one had thought to bringa i -

else did you say?" lieve so I kept well back until she smiled; "but my Phil was bornin chair, Don dropped to his knees -c/ 'V ,

"Not much. I ventured the remark the very last, and there was such a London and I had a most skillful beside the bed and took that white, QjiJ Brings Blessed Relief

that I wondered how their trip crowd But it was strange, too, I doctor. The nurse was a wonder, strangely transparent hand into his from aches and pains of
was financed; and Father answered the way she waved at the last moment -I too. I'll write at once and engage own. He had forgotten the nurses RHEUMA11SMNEURITIS

with that uncanny way he has of very strange I could ; her for you, Nora. I'll arrange ev the doctors, and Constance Vena and LUMBAGO.
understanding something you have sworn, even at that distance erything. You'll want 'a room in a ble. He said (so Connie told him Try a bottle Why Suffer? *.." .
haven't said: 'Well, I didn't financeit that her face brightened ." nursing home; and I'll write the doctor later), "Come back, Nora. I can'tgo : OMALtT: : ..GO.ODODRUGCSTORES.WNU _

If that's troubling you.' That We were planning to sail for on without you. Come back,
riled me a littlo, I'll admit, but I CHAPTER IX New York the first of May. I must dearest ." -7 19-38
kept my temper. I felt so sorry tell Carl to 'put it off another (TO BE CONTINUED)
for him, Corinne. I've never It is a wise Providence that blindsour month." MAGIC CARPET

thought of my ,father as being an eyes to what lies ahead. Nora And no protest on the part of ,
old man; but he looked old Leonora would make her Daily ThoughtIf It doesn't matter what you're thinking of buring .-
little thought as she stood on the change."Of you wish to be miserable, think -a bar.pin or a baby grand a new suit
old and unhappy. I decided not to deck of the Larino with Don's handon course I shall stay with you!I" about yourself about what for Junior or a set of dining-room furniturethe :-
say anything further about Nora; hers, that she would be twice she said almost you best place to start your shopping tour is.
a indignantly. "Don't want, what you like, what respect in an easy-chair with an open newspaper.The
and then with the best intention in mother before she saw her native you know that our Alice wouldn'tbe people ought to and thento turn of a page will carry you as swiftlyas
pay you;
the world, I put my foot in itl"! land the magic carpet of the Arabian Nights,
"How?" was to descendinto here it weren't for Don? He you nothing will be pure. You' from one end of the shopping district to t.h.
the shadow of death herself- kept on working over her when everybody will spoil everything you touch, you other. You can rely on modern advertising
Ned smiled, regretfully."It as a guide to good value, you can compare
that she
was to watch fine lines told him it
was useless. will make misery for yourself out prices and -leslabncs and finishes,just as
was this way: As the atmosphere etched by the ruthless hand of Care Nothing you ever ask of us, Nora, everything which God sends you; though you were standing ia a store. _
seemed a little strained I got gather about Don's happy, sea-blue will be too much." will be as wretched as you Make a habit of reading the advertisement 416\
.' ,.up: .- and began moving about the eyes-that she was to fight for the What Don and Nora never knew, choose.-Kingsley. time in this,energy paper and every money.week. They can save you _,Q.

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,IMPROVEDmwUNIFORM I Name Is PoetryIt Once
Upon a Time
Wise and Otherwisev

Liver and I INTERNATIONAL, '- should seemed'curious be named that"Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobw any: place- 'There Was" a-: ,:A .. .... : "

I Some: people look on the ; 1111 ; .,
Gall" BladderBy SUNDAY Lesson bright side, ,of things so per- andysiliogogogoch." Yet, a. little Baseball announcer '. who .announced ,"

'sistently' tha'trthey; wind up the Welsh village bears' this 58-let- an entire game ..without _
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. proud possessors 'of "-.gold 'tered name It is:a- locality of ,utilizing'the; adjective "beautiful" f

Dean of the Moody Bible'Institute. brick. ': .; : charm and b auty'LIari' is in describing, ,the weather". the ,
"" of Chicago. union. "church,::' Fair' .is' ,"of crowd, or the play: .
DR. JAMES W. BARTON Western Newspaper Some men make, money hand; Mary, ..
Bell Syndlcate.-WNU over fist. And ,theri--.their'--wives. PwlJ. Gwyngyll is "the' pool of Book reviewer. who-never wrote :
Service. '
Lesson for May 15- make; fist,hand 'over' money.: Whitehazels'!','Goger :is "rather ,Ui f.it was' "a": Book you simply, '

Big men get the best : jobs, 'near," while' Chwyrn Drobwll is can't',put':,.down." 4 '
I BELIEVE that: most physicians -, TESTING DISCIPLESHIPBY 'm told. Because the small "the swift whirlpool," and Tysiho : t Neighbor: who, when scooping

including myself, SERVICE men are so often overlooked?. gogo goch is. "of Tysilio of the snow or mowing the yard, went
when there are abdominaland Then there was the man who red cave." Is. it not therefore several feet past his boundary line '

stomach symptoms that LESSON GOLDEN-TEXT TEXT-Come-Mark 101731.. and follow was 'so lazy he bought' Great: : suggestive, of'romance and beau :into' his neighbors' territory. :'

me.-Mark 10:21.PRIMARY Dane he wouldn'thave tostooo ty'enough to visit the village of Group of relatives '
so who didn't
not acute and there not
are are TOPIC-A Young Man Jesus 'the Church of St. Mary by the .
over to pet it. heckle the male'member
Loved. : young
definite symptoms of ulcer, JUNIOR TOPIC' .- What a Rich Man Money doesn't grow on trees. 1 Pool -of White hazels near the :;of the household'by inquiring as to I ,
cancer or appendicitis, are Needed. swift whirlpool of St. Tysilio's his status with .
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR'TOPIC Just the same it's the smart ; girls, and add,<'
likely to blame a sluggish liver Proving Our Loyalty to Christ by Service. birds, that get it. Church of the Red Cave-Detroit ::'whether it 'was true or not, "Lookat
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC News."What him blush-Kansas'City'! Star.' ""
and gall bladder. :
Marks of Discipleship. ',,,,
As two of every three ,individualsof I
middle age really have Ielv- "The almighty dollar"-how tri-
Australian Camel PatrolThe
er and gall bladder umphantly it rules in the affairs of Knows He of Enqland

disturbance anywayinflammation nations and of the men who makeup Australian government
nations. The world's measureof maintains its own breeding and
: o r
: .,. gall stones-the phy- success is how much one can Who Only England Knows training stations for camels. The

as sician is likely to be "make," and "no" questions asked"as two greatest fences in the world-

4 right two out of to how one made it, if he but one that bars the pestilential rab-
"Even after months in England : paper bonbons that explode when
J three times. The avoid the legal pitfalls that may bits from entering the great
my wife sometimes had to call pulled. wheat belt of Western Australia '
symptoms are discomfort land him in jail. Even that is no ,
the housemaid to translate "Our kind of bacon is 'streaky the other
F nausea, gas longer a disgrace, for men who upon erected against wild
pressure, clay-col- have defrauded others serve a term some item in the laundry list, or to rashers'; a slice of ham is a dogs and rabbits along the borderof

ored stools.If in jail to "pay their debt to society," interpret between her and the 'gammon rasher,' and the best cut New; South Wales and South

the adult is in I and then return without shame to grocery boy," declares Mr. HarryA. of beef is a 'piece of topside.' Australia-are both maintained by

; ( s good health, exer- i enjoy the use of their ill-gotten Franck, the irrepressible Gasoline is 'petrol kerosene is government camel patrols.

-:" cises to squeeze the gains. Skill'in the arts and sciencesis globe-trotter, in "Footloose in the 'paraffin,' and paraffin is 'paraffin Today in Australia, in a countryas
;>J.u': ,r, liver, such as long rated according to its financial British Isles." "In England a wax.' An English cook does not large as the United States,

;::'. deep breaths or bending exercises, value. Brains and beauty are com- 'vest' is an undershirt, not a rinse the dishes, she 'swills' camels stand as an importantmeans

t :: < keeping the knees straight, are modities of the market place. Liq- waistcoat. 'Suspenders' are gar- them. When my wife told the of transportation in the

n: .; used. uor is permitted to destroy our peo- ters, and 'braces' are suspenders.A nursemaid to bathe the children, arid and semi-arid central and

.> :'. About the only medicine given ple because it provides a profit. child's underwaist is a 'bod- or to give them a bath, the maid western 'areas and, in some remote -

<::." :, may be small doses of Epsom salts The minds of men and women of ice,' while rubber boots are 'Well- proceeded to 'bath' them or give areas, are the onlY'means of
ff'i: ><': daily for one week in each month. decency and intelligence revolt at ingtons.' The word 'sweater' still them a 'bathe.' transportation at all.

::; ";{:' : Diet the Chief Thing. the whole situation. Let us encour- strikes many of the English as a Imported from India originallywith

;C.,' The of age them as we improve the oppor- trifle low-class and odoriferous; VirtueBees their Afghan ,breeders and
principal the treatment Growing
part -
;.1. ", is by diet and book tunity today to present God's moral they call it a 'jersey,' jumper' handlers, camels "were introducedto
I "' so every and spiritual standards: pullover or 'cardigan.' will not work except in Australia as soon as the drynessof
I!; on diet now has diet for liver
:' .l'; and gall bladder disturbances.a Thus I. Self Before God (vv. 17-22). "In the draper's shop (which darkness; 'thought will not work the interior became known. Spe-
drygoods store) unbleached -' except in silence neither will cial beasts and picked
;::, means ; men were
-t "Practical Dietetics, Dr. Sanford The rich young ruler had many ad-
i muslin is 'calico'. and virtue work except in secrecy. Let ferried from India, for instance,
Blum the and virtues. He
i ." gives following vantages was
-.- tions sugges- calico is 'cottonprint.' Cheese- not thy left'hand know what thy for, the benefit of the famous explorers -
: young, life was before him, vivid
. cloth is 'butter muslin,' and instead right hand doeth! Like other Burke and Wills who
May take Vegetables was his imagination strong was his
: especially of using cutting flannel for a plants, virtue will not grow unlessits crossed from Melbourne on the
r geen ,ones ,limited of body. He was educated, and devel-
; quantity child's pajamas one buys 'wince- roots be hidden, buried from south coast to the Gulf of Carpen
boiled, mashed or baked oped intelligence is an honor to any
potatoes; yette' and asks for' a 'sleepingsuit. the eye of the sun. Let the sun taria on the north as early as,
farinaceous foods-rice farina barley man. He had position, which can
'1, be used .' A spool of thread is a 'reel shine on it, nay, do but look at 1860. And in 1886 camels were
arrowroot, cornstarch oatmeal always for good. He had
which of cotton.' An.American who asks it privily thyself, the root withers, imported for all general service,
cooked breakfast foods water min- money, rightly gained
; [for crackers will get firecrackers and no flower will glad thee.- and in general service they remain.A. .
and used is
eral and honor-
water, tea, milk, buttermilk; a powerful
fresh meat or white fish or gameor able possession. Above all, he had o: r a package of those Christmas Thomas Carlyle. :- R. Wetjen in Globe Magazine.

poultry once a day; eggs in mod- the priceless jewel of good character. -

eration; cottage cheese; limited Notice that he had kept the .

amount'of: butter; toast, bread, commandments, that he came be-
zwieback; plain cake and puddings; fore the Lord in humility seeking

fresh fruit-apples, 'grapes, pears, truth, and that Jesus "loved him"v.

peaches, figs, oranges, grapefruit, ( 21).
pineapple juice; salads of fresh Almost any father would be proudto

green vegetables, raw or cooked. own this young man as a son.
Many churches would welcome him
Should avoid: Salt, canned, preserved -
i and spiced meats and fish; to membership and even to leader- 0

herring, salmon, sardines in oil, ship. Jesus dealt with him honestly

1./,: mackerel; stews? goose, domestic however, and went to the root, of

.'_ duck, oysters and shellfish; old his Difficulty which was that he \
j" low j' himself and his possessions
cheese, American cheese, Swiss _
-Ij,,: cheese, cream cheese, except cot- rre than he loved God. Therefore' / / _

; .:--:. tage cheese; dry beans, corn, ue must give them up before he 1 r f

wr--- sprouts, cold slaw, cabbage, caulV could really follow Jesus. Sad I in-
I?;:: .' flower, sauerkraut, onions, garlic; deed was his refusal. He came run- 1 0 I se
tw-';;', rich soups; berries, preserves;' gra ning (v. 17)), but he went away sor-

.,:" ,vies; nuts, sweets, pies; pastry, rowful (v. 22).
>t\ fats and ,oils; alcoholics.9Sa' What stands between you and a
I .
:'S full surrender to Christ? Face it 0
:: honestly. Be thankful if pastoror
."r' Infection and Insanity. your
a friend frankly points it out.
; ; Some I
years ago wrote of a New
Jersey state hospital in which the Shun those who would "pat you on
Firestone Can Give You
the back"
' *': : "cure" of a assure you that all is
young woman occurred
well. A cancer will kill unless it I
r,"::; fected within two teeth months were removed.after some She inI is cut out. The, surgeon's knife Such a ,High Quality Tire

may hurt, but it is an instrument'ofgood.
: had been an inmate of the institu-
tion for over two years. This so a
f", Note that the of Jesusin '
impressed the
that nu f
rir 3 verse 18 is not a denial of His

f!,';:4 immediately eye and other dentists specialists, nose, throat, deity, but a definite claim that He BectZ1t4e Firestone saves money

z r called in to clear up or remove were any is God. He says in effect, "If you by controlling and securing rubber SOU
infection in teeth call me good you must recognizethat and the and
tonsils, sinuses I am God." cotton at source by
.- or elsewhere, with the
result that more efficient manufacturing and
'.:;t_n' about 40 per cent of the .inmates II. God Before Self (vv. 21-27).
-t were able to return home. The disciples who evidently distribution. These savings make

." ',' 'Today practically every mental shared the common opinion that possible more extra values at low ,

-': n institution has a dentist giving his money could do almost anything prices.,
entire time to the patients, and other were surprised to hear that riches

specialists-gynecologists, derm- were really a hindrance to spirituality New High Quality-First choice

. atologists, general surgeons-hold I because (v. 24) of the tendencyof rubber and cotton selected that CONVOY
clinics at regular intervals. Thus men to trust in their wealth and
; many of those whose mental symp- forget their need of God. conforms to Firestone's high For Passenger Cars

-.;; toms depend mostly upon some or- Jesus does not leave the rich man standards and rigid

ganic trouble in the body are en- without hope, for ,he goes on to say specifications. I 4.50-20.$7.60
abled to become normal again. that what is impossible for men

Now there are many of us who and even for the rich man himself is Long Mileage-Safe; silent tread design 4.50-21 . ,.90

do not do such foolish or unusual entirely possible with God. made of tough, slow wearing rubber
4.75-19: . 8,15
things that we are considered "men- Two things need emphasis in this
that long bars and rugged
assures mileage.
tal, yet we come so near this at connection. First, let those of, us 50019. . 8.80
times that our friends and we, our- who have little of this world's goods notches give protection against skidding.
selves, begin to wonder if be thankful that have 52517. . 9.25
we are we at least, Blowout Protection-Nine extra pounds of rubber are
just quite sane. been delivered from this tempta- 5.25-18 . 9.65
_._ .: ,We may undergo a severe shock tion. It may well be an expression added to every 100 pounds of cord by the Firestone

.l or other emotional upsetment and of God's love and grace toward us. Patented Gum-Dipping process. Every cord in every 5.50-17 . .10.45

our reactions to this-Ioss- ambi Second, let us thank God for every ply is saturated with liquid rubber which counteracts 6.00-16 . ....80
tion, laziness, change in behavior man of wealth who has given himself .
: is blamed on the shock or emo and what he has into God's internal friction and heat that ordinarily- cause 6.25-16 . .13.15

tional disturbance. In a great many hands. blowouts.

cases the emotional disturbancecauses in. The Last Before the Puncture Protection
the above symptoms becauseall First Firestone's patented TIRES for
the other body processes have (vv. 28-31). construction of two extra layers of Gum-Dipped

been ,"hurt" for the time being. The ways of God are confusingand cords under the tread protects against punctures. Trucks and Buses
However, when the average sane humbling to the flesh. The way

man or woman, whether or not he ''up in spiritual things is to go Let your nearby Firestone Dealer or Firestone Auto at
or she has undergone shock down (Mark 9:35). Those who are
a or
and Service Store of these sized
Supply set large
put a
emotional first in the of ;
disturbance, begins to act eyes men are often Proportionatelylow
"differently," then a thorough last in God's sight. Others whom rugged, long wearing Firestone Convoy Tires on your

search for infection by physicianand men count as least stand highest in car today, then your car will be ready for',trouble-free Price
dentist should be made. God's sight because they are faith-

ful and true to Him. The world looksat summer driving. Listen to .

Construction of N. P. Railway the missionary of the-,cross ands THE FIRESTONE VOICE OF THE FARM THE VOICE OF FIRESTONE

The Northern Pacific railway says, "H e has sacrificed every- Interviews with the Champion Farmers of Featuring Richard Crooks and Margaret Speaks
constructed under an act of con thing," and knows nothing of the America, featuring Everett Mitchell. Twice 1 and the Firestone Symphony Orchestra, under the

gress approved by President Lincoln "hundredfold" reward even in this weekly during the noon hour.Consult your local t\ direction of Alfred Wallenstcin, Monday evenings

, .tJ-- on July 2, 1864 and was completed life, "and in the world to come eternal paper for the station,day,and time of broadcast over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network
in 1883. life" (v. 30).



best interests of the public free #
Fraud Activities Are schools of Ilendry County, Florida .1

LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE and of said Special Tax School Dis-
trict No, 7, that said bonds be IssuedIn
, Halted ,In State the principal sum of Fifty Thcu-
'Y sand (50000.00 dollars which said
bonds be dated July 1st, A. D. 1938
bear interest at the rate of 6 percent
per annum payable semi-annually on
A fraud order Issued by postal I Notice is hereby given that a Spe- the 1st day of July and the 1st day

authoritlen has halted jna.il activities cial election will beheld at the usual of January of each and every year,
bonds be payable at
of the Associated voting place In Clewiston, Florida and that said
Adjusters L- I within Special School Tax District the Chase National Bank in the Cityof
York, and be numbered from
of Milwaukee PYrt New
Wisconsin, it was Number Seven Hendry County. Flor-
each bond to be for
1 to 50 inclusive
announced ida on the 17th day of May: A. D.
today by Insurance Commissioner dollars anJ
; one thousand (11,000.00)
1938 for the purposes of electing
+a r.
W. V. Knott. ',n three trustees for said Special School that the bonds mature as follows
/ Tax 'District to for two to-wit:
,, serve years
This concern has been conduct* I a1Lfir and for the further purpose of determining Two Thousand (2000.00 on July
1st of A. D. 1941 to 1965 In-
Ing an extensive advertising -campaign I tho amount of millage to be years. ,
In Florida theco'mmle I assessed by; said Special School Tax clusive.BE, IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
:; District for the .next two ;years.
be and the same is
eloner has received many Inquiries Notice Is further given that the- That an
hereby called, for the purpose of determining -
have been
following appointed as
as to its reliability. 'K ott,' who f ( 4 election officials to conduct said whether or not the said
also election Viz Mrs. Beryl Bowden. Mrs. bonds shall be' issued as requested'In
state treasurer, mode a
'Q9 that said election
said petition and -
.Et r:" preliminary investigation :and,' turned M Itt Inspectors and Mrs. Edith Rack- bo held within the said Special'Tax
School District the 17th day
the matter' over to postal auChoote straw Clerk. of May; A. D. 1938 and that for the
M. K. VON MACH. purpose: of holding said electicn the-
& Chairman. following inspectors and clerk be'
LOUIS O. GRAVELY appointed within the said Special'Tax

1 ". :'f" ,; S. A. GRAVES, Florida;
Directors Elbert L. Stewart, John Fahs, J. H. Peeples. Supt. INSPECTORS: Id rs. Beryl Bowden:'

Henry H. True, Schvyn hes and Henry J. Mossbargcr of April 15, 22, 29; May 6. 13., Mrs. Josephine Wright; :Mrs. Hazel

the Route 19 Association' Prewitt.
CLERK: Mrs. Edith Rackstraw.
DEPUTY: T. E. Markette.
RESOLUTION AND CALL FOR AN And that said election be held In

I ELECTION ON MAY 17, 1038. the usual voting place in said precinct -
ASSOCIATION TO PUSH interested citizens from the eight and as provided In the general -
191f 'election law of the State of
ml CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAYA counties to be traversed by the Resolution And Call For Election To Florida.BE .

route met in Avon Prk Authorize An Issue of 50000.00 IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
April 12. IlondH By Special Tnx School DIH- That this resolution be published in
broad, safe, modern high- A six-man directorship was trlct No. 7 Heiitlry County, Flor- the Clewistoii News ra newspaper of

way, sweeping down through Central ida. general circulation published in
elected-with two 'more countiesyet The Honorable Board of Public Instruction Hendry County, Florida, for four
Florida's rich and scenic agricultural to be represented. In additionto of Hendry County, Florida, consecutive/ weeks.
section, is planned by met in regular session in their office Mrs. Homer Taylor a member of
FaUs, the board includes J. H. at the court house in LaBelle the Board of Public Instruction of
a home Today the Route 19 Association, accord- Peeples, Moore Haven Florida, on April 2, 1938. with Chair- Hendry County, Florida, moved the
ing to' John Fahs of Leesburg, vice presi- man M. E. Von Mach, presiding, and adoption of the foregoing resolution,
dent; Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston, members Mrs. Homer Taylor and Mr. which motion was seconded by Mr.1
president of the recently formed Roy Messer present. Roy Messer, member-- of the Board
THE average American family that organization.The secretary; Henry J. Mossbarger, The petition of the taxpayers of of Public Instruction of Hendry

does not own their home has Miami; Judge Selwyn Ives, Sebring, Special Tax School!;! District No. 7 County Florida, and havnpr been
own association was formed when Hendry County Florida, was read as duly put was unanimously carried.
actually paid enough rent to have and Henry H. True, Lake Wales. follows to-wit: The Chairman of the Board and

bought home. Start l The PETITION to the Honorable Boardof Superintendent were instructed and
a being association is
thrifty thorlties. an unincorporated -
Public Instruction of Hcndr authorized to prepare the form of

with YOUR rent money today, and Knott said tho compauyls: pro- non-profit organization, County, Florida. ballot for said election and were also>
let us help choose'and finance devoted We, the undersigned qualified free directed by motion duly made sec-
you cedure was to advertise in "male to the following purposes: holder electors of Special School Tax onded and carried to cause a notice

a home that will be yours.* OWN help wanted" columns of news- a-To co-operate with the Flor-' District number seven, Hendry Coun- of said election in addition to the
a.*. Mxt home PAY FOR! ty, Florida. DO HEREBY PETITIONThe foregoing resolution, to be published'in
you papers. On answering, the appli-, ida State Road Department in securing Board of Public Instruction of the Clewlston News_ for four consecutive

cant was asked to send $5 for the Hendry County, Florida to call a weeks as required by law..
necessary rightsofwayand
'. Special Election in said Special School
material and a listing in a directory otherwise to promote the Tax District to determine if said :M.! E. Von Mach ChairmanS.
Clewiston Federal A. Graves, Supt. and Secr'y.-
District shall issue and sell Fifty
to be mailed insurance
com- earliest possible construction of I Thousand Dollars in Bonds for the 1 Louis O. Gravely Attorney.;

panies. Federal Route 19, extending from purpose of building, furnishing and
Savings and LoanAssociation repairing buildings, etc.
Rarely, if ever, according' to Leesburg to Miami, Fla. H. J. Oglesby; R. C. Nowlinpr;I:

Knott, did those who sent their b-To the Mrs. H. C. Avant; H. C. ,Avant; NOTICE
secure designation of J. E. Beardsley; Malcolm W. BigcrW. ; I HE: Snsarlnnd Drainage District'
remittance receive .any business. Federal Route 19 as a markedU. W. Perry; R. Y Patterson; ,V.
I the Year 1038
Taxes for
C. Prewitt: E. E. Kelley: Elbert L
---- highway. Stewart; G. H. Small; Mr Crochet:

c-To promote the constructionand Frances M. Small; A. O. Ward: L. i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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: ,
: .):.i't :
t1a4, improvement of roads connect- Elmore; Peter Chagarls; B. E. Nall, Chapter 18287. enacted at the 1937'
ing with and giving Sr.; Mrs. H. J. Oglesby; H. A. Bes-' Session of the Legislature of the
access to Fed- tor; W. C. Owen: F. D. Duff; R. G State of Florida and approved by
eral Route 19. George; Keathley; Bowden; T. J. the Governor of the State of 'Florida -

When new Geiger; C. M. Christian; G. L. Can- I on May 20, 1937, the Board" of'
completed the
road ti ell; Harry II. Turner; Dorothy D. Supervisors of garland Drainage'
will link Leesburg, Haines City, Turner; Joe Griffin; O. F. Schiffll. District a drainage district organ-'
M. D.; G. H. George; Dan B. Allen; ized and existing under tho laws'of
,'," ,. Lake Wales, Frostproof, Avon G. 1':. therton; W. A. Goff: M. D. Florida, and embracing lands;

Park, Sebring, Childs Crossing, Bled'-oe: E. M. Cornette: Mrs. DaveG. within Hendry and Glades Counties.,
!: Alston; J. G. Niblack; A. W. has caused to he prepared a budget
.';' .,. "', : ', J: ., Moore Haven and South Bay.: From Sias; Mrs. A."r.. Sias; A. W. Lawrence of the debt service requirements and
;,', South Bay, alternate routes will t :; Mrs. A. W. Lawrence:' C. H.I of the costs of maintaining and operating -
Berner; Mrs. C. H. Berner- Mrs. R. all of the works and improvements -
:::: .. > branch out to West Palm Beach, C. Nowllnp; Dave Alston; Marion F;. of Sugarland Drainage'

For :. Fort Lauderdale and Miami. I Leydig; Viola F. Owen; T. A. Mc- District and of administering the
Gehee; L. M. McGehee; Mrs. Thos. affairs of the district generally dur-
".-, "Completely new construction B. Shelley: M. H. Crouch; Mrs. :M. ing the year beginning the First
,, > I will be necessary from Leesburg I H. Crouch; Mrs. Keathley Bowden; day of November, 1938 and endingon
.' Edith L. Rackstraw: Dr. J. W. the 31st day of October. 1939.
Haines City," says Mr. Fahs. 'From Ezelle; Mrs. G.' B. Thomas: R. C. Said budget. among other things
Haines Wilson; Jewell Hooker; W. C. Hooker shows the amount of Unit No. 1
City to
Childs Crossing : John J. Kettl; W. C. Kolstad. ,Debt Service Tax, Unit No: 2 Debt
"' r. r the road will follow the approximate The Board of Public Instructionof Service Tax TJnlt No. 1 :Maintenance
: He-ndry County having duly con-I .Tax and Unit No. 2 MaintenanceTax
; route of State Road 8 sidered the petition and discussedthe per acre necessary to be levied

but will be relocated throughoutmost same, and being of the opinion' upon the lands within said district ::,
\ that it was to the best interest of for the year 1938.:: 1\'
i of its length to eliminate the public free schools of Hendry I The said budget is now on' file -

Printingf present highway hazards and in County Florida, and of Special Tax and may be examined at the office
Y: School District No.7', of Ifendry of the Secretary of the said district -
order that sufficient rightofwaymay County, Florida, being fully advised at ricwiston," Florida. The

be secured. as to the needs of the public free I Board of Supervisors of Sugarland
": schools said district and particularly Drainage District will meet at 10

;,. ::,.' ::5 "At the present time, only two in the town of Clpwiston. located o'clock'In the forenoon on the 24th
in said district and it appearingto day of May, 1938.! at the office of
;;.r: roads give, access to l\Iiami-the the Board of Public Instruction the Secretary of the district in Clew-

: : ; Tamiami Trail and U. S. 1 down I of Hendry County, Florida that said iston, Florida, for the purpose of
: petition was in proper form and substance hearing objections and 'complaints
; ';: : the East Coast. As a result, U. S. and that the same was signed with respect to the said budget and
: :" [ 1 is' dangerously overcrowded. by more than twenty-five percentof for the purpose of transacting such
the duly qualified electors resid- other business as may properly come
f Traffic authorities agree that when ing within said Special Tax School before said meeting. '

; \" -; .... ." completed, Route 19 should re- District and that said petition set DATED this 2nd day of May. 1938.
forth in general terms the amountof .BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
"'" lieve U. S. 1 of approximately 40 bonds desired to be issued and ,SUPERVISORS OF SUGARLAND

i' : ;c" c' per ,cent of its present traffic. It the purpose thereof, and that the DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
proceeds derived from the sale of By F. DEANS DUFF.Its .
is interesting to note that the such bonds shall be used for the purposes President.

I ,: li 'I \ : mileage differential between the set forth in said_ petition: May 6. 13.

} : Jacksonville-Miami East Coast route RESOLUTION ..
WHEREAS A petition has been
: : and the proposed central route IB filed with the Board of Public Instruction FOR RENT-Furnished garage

practically negligible., This factorcan of Hendry County, Florida apartment with water and electric -
signed by more than 25 percent of
; : / '; be depended upon to influ the duly qualified electors residing light service included. See
,: I
< .. '. I ence tourists toward making a within Special Tax School DistrictNo. F. L. Williamson or call 376.
7, Hendry County, Florida and I
loop the state.
.i2' WHEREAS The said petition has
0. ; been carefully considered by. the FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
present construction is
Meritee ''' un- Board of Public Instruction of Hen- bedroom suitable for' one or two
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'' derway on the southern end of the dry County. Florida and it appearsto '
Phone at
: the best interest of the public persons. 376 or call
: L project-between South Bay and free schools of Hendry County, Florida premises. F. L. Williamson.

;; Miami. On the remainder of the and said Special School District
hat said petition be granted, and
l.. route, a State Highway Department bonds be Issued for the purposes : Fresh Fruit Juices, Inc., a Lakeland -

:1+- survey is nearing completion. therein THEREFORE requested BE now IT RESOLVED: concern will process 100,000

; "Any person interested in the That the Board of Public Instructionof : cases of orange juice at the, plantof
) Florida for and
; objectives Of the Route 19 Associa- Hendry County the Lakeland Cold Storage Company -
_, ,_ !'n behalf of said Special Tax School
tion may become a member by District No.. 7 of Hondry County, i this season.
Florida determine that it is to the 1
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-. :' \, \ writing either myself or Secretary .
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',. I Elbert Stewart. Membership Involves -
f. .no dues or assessments- NOTICE OF TAX :SALE: FOR DELINQUENT
'. ; ': \' '\ .. : merely Interest in the early completion DRAINAGE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all lands delinquent on June 6th
-' S -"'. of a road of vital import- 1938, for non-payment of EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for
." ", .., .. I the year 1937. or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount,
., '. ance' to Central Floridians and the due for taxes on said lands for said year, together with the cost of sale
. ..L \ : :' entire state," Fahs concluded. specified "In the laws ,governing said District will be sold at public auction
I beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the Eta day of Juno. 1938. at the

.. ;. .: ',:-" Members present from Glades front door of the Court House in the City of LaBcllo. Florida, and continuing .
said sale is completed. ...'
.r until
I and Hendry counties were as follow available. for inspection i
. ,',. A complete list of such delinquent lands is public
: / during the business' hours: at the office of the Tax Collector for
.J, I House LaBelle/ Florida, and inquiriesas
; the County of Hondry In the Court at ,
f ,_ I J. H. Peoples, Moore Haven; to lands included in said delinquent list by mail or by telephone, or in
hours will bo fully answered by the office of said
person, duiingbubincss
J. F. Cross, LaBelle; I. E. Scott,
Tax Collector. -
Vii' Moore Haven; Jy.. Adkine, FRANK A. DAUGIIERTY,
Tax Collector of Ilendry County, Florida.
Moore Haven, and Elbert L. Stew-

art, Clewiston:'
Notice of Tax Sale for Delinquent :11>:J7 South Florida
ewifton ergs Conservancy District Taxes '

"' Notice is .hereby given that all lands delinquent on June 6th, 1938!),
Abbey Dates Froni A. D. 570 for non-payment of SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICT Taxes for

I I There was an abbey, at Buckfest the year lUo7: or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
before there a King of Eng-' due for taxes on said lands for said year, together with the cost of sale
was specified in the ,laws governing said District, will be sold at public auction
I land. Its origin is shrouded in the beginning twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day of June 1938. at the front

mists of antiquity but il was' probably door of the Court, House. in the City of LaBelle. Florida, and continue until
/ said sale is' completed.A .
.. founded by St. Petrock, an complete list of such delinquent lands is available for public Inspection -
I evangelist, of Cornwall and Devon, during business hours at the office of the Tax Collector for the
who died about 570. The Black County of Hendiy in the Court House at ,LaBelle, Florida, and inquiriesas
to lands included In such delinquent list, by mall or by telephone. or in
:, ';, \ I Monks, who frequent the place at person, during businesrti( hours.. will. ,be fully answered by the orfl'.o'O. said
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",{" ': r ; \- the present day, were of the first Tax Collector,

"iJ !;'_ ': '''' s",': I brethren.-Rocky Mountain Herald* FRANK A. DAUOHERTY'
-.7 _., 'I' 'o'o'- Tax Collector of Hendry County Florida
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