The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00684
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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 27, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00684
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clyde H. Wilson, young Sarasota In the, passing of W. I. Evans
I'I prominent Miami attorney the
! attorney, nosed Roy D. Stubbs
Everglades section has lost one of
II \ of Fort Myers out in the race for its staunchest friends. Mr. Evans, -

,! state attorney by approximately. --- senior member of the firm of

1,600 votes in Tuesday's run-off ) h; '. "*; '. Evans, Mershon and Sawyer, diedin

) primary, according to a summary Washington shortly after mid-
The New Clewiston Inn night Monday, after a few minute's
j of unofficial returns ,giving I illness. '

:Wilson 0,694 ,to Stubbs' 8073.

I ; It is, however, a safe majority., ... -. -. .uuuu__ --.',... .-- I Mr. Evans is credited with the
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with only a few precincts in outlying CLARENCE R. BITTING WILL I I' creation of the Everglades Drain- '

I districts remaining unreported LARGE ENTRY LIST BE HOST AT DINNER REOPENING OF BASS Flood age district Control and district the having Okeechobee drafted -

at that hour. At the same time ON OPENING NIGHT
the bill which passed the
Judge Elwyn Thomas of Fort Pierce legislature -
i was the winner over his opponent, IN DUVAL JEWELRY The new modern, fireproof Clew- SEASON HAILED WITHDELIGHTBYANGLERS of former during governor the Doyle administration E. Carl-

J. Tom Watson of Tampa, for, iston Inn will be' formally openedon
ton. Mr. Evans was- also instrumental
:Supreme Court Justice group 2, the evening of Thursday, June -

I in a count of 122,284 to Watson's GOLF TOURNAMENTThe 2nd, with a dinner to be given by: in securing the reorganization -
of the industry of
83,563. Also in the state group, "Mr. Clarence R. Bitting, president sugar
the Everglades, and has been
I Eugene S. Matthews of Starke:) for 4 of United States Sugar Corporation.The Florida's fresh water fishing
closely associated with the sectionas
Railroad Commissioner group 1, Duval Jewelry Handicap I. construction of this splendid season, closed for the past two

was a safe bet, with Bruce; Davis, Golf Tournament, open only to Everglades I hotel is evidence of the present months opened Saturday morningat attorney for the sugar corpora-'.

his run-off, opponent, dropping out golfers, got under way last and future ,importance of Clewistou 12:01. o'clock giving scores of tion for several years.
I' of the before Sunday at the Clewiston Golf Club and its furnishings W. I. Evans' was born October
race .. Other for the building' anglers from this section an opportune -
,. state wide nominations were decided with one of the largest entry lists are comparable with any in 'week-end outing.No 15, 189.3 at Bay St. Louis, Missi

in the May 3 primary.. of any golf event ever held in this towns of much larger size. 'startling catches have been ssippi. He attended the common

Stubbs, incumbent, and" Wilson section. Fifty-seven names were The City of ,Clewiston is locatedon reported though some luck has schools of his native city then
on the board when the club closed started to work at the age of 14
were high men in the run for state the southern shore of Lake followed practically every party. A

attorney in first primary, HenryL. Saturday evening, ample assurance Okeechobee, half way between Fort fisherman had pulled three bass, in the law offices of McDonaldand
that plenty of interest is Marshall in St. Louis.
Williford, also of Sarasota, was being Myers and West Palm Beach, on two of them about three pounds) '
shown and plenty of golf will be He took up the study of steno-
eliminated when he came' in third Sugarland Highway (State Road from the canal between Clewistonand
played in the 'effort to cop the graphy and typewriting and did
man in the count. 25)) and, with the adjacent negro Fred 'Vhidd n's yesterday afternoon -
beautiful considerable court while
championship being reporting
Thomas and Watson ran one- cup village of Harlem, has a popula- ; Many anglers have tried
presented by the Duval organizaon. studying law. He was admittedto
two :May 3, winning places in the .ion in excess of 4,000. It is the their luck on the lake and at Or-
the bar in Mississippi at the age
run-off over Truman G. Futch of leading community in the prosperous tona locks this week. Residents of .
The draw showed '0. G. Mc- of 19. .
Willistou. The winner will be unopposed sugar-cane and winter vegetablebelt this county who donot plan to go
Whorter, Everglades champion, will the lines not At the age of 20 he came to
'I! in the November election, around the southern shore beyond county are
succeeeding Chief Justice WilliamH. meet Parker. Wilson of. Clewis- I Lake 'Okeechobee. .".,.. '-. required to 'have a :fishing license. Florida: and became a, law clerk in

Ellis, who announced his retirement ton, with a handicap difference of During the construction of the I but those making trips into other the office of H. M. Hampton. He'
exactly one stroke a hole, which was admitted to the Florida bar
and didn't seek renomi- Lake Okeechobee Flood Control counties' should purchase permitsat
means the reformed Tennesseean and in 1915 moved to Fort Laud-
and waterway the county: judge's office in La-
(Continued on page 8)) facilities, including levee .
must really be on his to get
game 'from Stuart on the east coastof Belle. erdale. He married Miss Tommie
past his very first encounter. E.1I. Standley of Ocala in 1917. After
the State residents purchase licenses -
Florida to Fort Myers on may
Alan S. Russ IsKiwanis
"Doc" VanLandingham, Everglades -'
his return from military servicehe
west coast, Clewiston was the for $2.50 per year. A non-
', Handicap champion drew abye. moved to Miami in 1920 and
j headquarters of the U. S. Engi- resident may purchase a three day
I Speaker .. Emmett Shelley of Clewiston, established the law firm of Evans
I neers in charge of such work.. The license for $1.75 or a year's license -
; 61 Everglades runner-up, must face maintenance shops and administra- .< for $5.50. and Mershon with M. L. Mershonas
Alan S. Russ who has seen 19 the Everglades Handicap runner-up, tive offices of the U. S. Engineersin The state law on bag limits for partner. Herbert S. Sawyer
Louis of Pahokee and
Gold present became a member of the firm and ,
follows .
is :
'and one day as
of maintaining oper-
years 'service in the United States charge
him with four strokes in the bar- "
his name was added to the firm
Black Bass 12 speckled perch,
such facilities have been established ;
Army, was guest speaker at Kiwanis ating
the Clewiston
gain. Shelley
Wednesday evening. Captain at Clewiston. 30; jacks, 16; bream, 30; shell! (Continued on page 8) _
seige gunner, meets Mark Challan-
I Russ served for three yearsin Adjacent to the City is the sugar- crackers, 20; "warmouth perch, 30;
in of South Bay, the handicap
the Canal Zone and spoke difference being 17. Mrs. F. Deane house of the United States Sugar redbreast, 30; pike, 30; any other Federal Jury Awards "
J the largest cane-sugar bream, 30; mixed string of'any or
'\ largely of his experiences there Duff of Clewiston, the, Evergladestop Corporation, '
; the' United States. The all species above mentioned, 40. In Damages
and of the situation of the' Canal feminine performer, plays Ralph house in v : $15051

1 'Zone in its relation to U. S. de (Continued on page 8)) administrative offices of the Sugar -

fense. Corporation are housed in a stucco Heavy Rains End- '

\ 'I In addition to the canal, Captain building, directly across, the publiQ A federal court jury in Tampa

Russ pointed out, there is Paul Smith Low square from the new ClewistonInn. Period of DroughtA this week awarded a total of
compensation 'to Caloos-
only one; connecting link betweenthe 15051.57
Bidder On FencingPaul L for
Atlantic and the Pacific in Clewiston has an excellent water ahatchee river property owners

the Isthmus of Panama, and that supply from Lake Okeechobee' half-inch of rain Tuesday damages to their lands caused by

link in the.. U. S.' owned and oper through a modern water supply afternoon followed by light showers the Okeechobee flood control _and
H. Smith Haines City contractor -
ated, Panama Railroad. The Canal plant, completely rebuilt during the and a 2.32 inch rain yesterday navigation project.

Zone itself is ten miles wide and was apparent low bidderon ,past two years; it is also served afternoon brought relief to Clewis- The verdict was returned after

fifty miles. long. The< ,entrances the fencing of some thirty-five by local light and power' facilities; ton and vicinity this ,week from the more than six hours deliberation.The .
miles of levee in Glades and Okee- I
i to the canal and the entire length it has a local telephone exchange, long extended drought and indicate trial in the condemnation case
of the canal are well guarded 50'that chobee county when a final check providing long distance service that at last the rainy season is began May 9th, and the jury heard
was made at the U. S. Engineer. made
and a
evidence in Tampa
it would bean. impossibility through both Bell and independent underway.The .
office in Jacksonville of the thirty- of the 'property
is personal inspection
annual rainfall many
for any fleet ,to endanger the canalor connections.
.b three bids submitted.. Smith's bid evidenced for this time along the water way in question.The .
to enter ft.Approximately: Travel through the City, as inches below normal
8000 troops are was around $18,000.The by the number of visitorsto of year in all parts of the state. suit was an action of the

stationed in the canal zone by the fencing in Glades county the Sugarhouse, has shown a Grass fires, woods fiires and in the U.. S. Government to determine the

United States g yernment. Thereare will consist of a fence along the constant and' healthy increase. The Everglades muck fires have beenso amount of damages that should be '

four infantry regiments, one landside toe of the levee from i opening, expected within the next prevalent that low clouds of paid to the property owners as a

signal 'company and one engineer's :Moore Haven to the Lakeport road" twelve months, of State Highway smoke have caused much annoyance result of the, dredging and straight-
I I and from there to the end it from and inconvenience over almost ening of the Caloosahatchee river.
regiment. Randolph Field on the 26, providing a direct highway '
Pacific side of' the Canal Zone, when will be placed on both sides.. About Miami to the Everglades and hence the entire southern part of the Awards to owners of the various

it is completed, will be the largest twelve' miles of the total is in northward through the center of state and have extended ,as far parcels of land ranged in amount

air field in the United 'States. Okeechobee county along the toe the state, should result in a very north as central Florida at times. from $1.15 to $4032 and 17 owners

.France Field is located on the At- of the recently completed levee substantial increase in travel The showers and yesterday's shared in the verdict. The owners

lantic side. \ there. through the city. The old 'Clewiston heavy rain have done much to less- and. amounts awarded each, follow:

Captain Russ described the Inn, with 46 guest rooms in en these fires, and if they continuea Harold B. Magill, $11.04; Henry

Gatun locks, which are the vital Wakefield Improving the hotel proper and 10 rooms in normal situation will soon prevaIl Fatic, $115.20; Edith Howard

I L spot in 'the operation of the 'canal. an annex, often, during the harvest over South Florida. Brown, $144; Sallie C. Gravely,

.' The canal will accomodate ships After Suicide AttemptEarl I season, turned guests away, I I $74.85; J. J. Wiggins, $460.80;
106 feet in width and weighing and during the other six monthsof $5,000 Loss TuesdayIn Preston Polhemus and

35,000 tons. He, also described the year seldom showed an Polhcmus, $489.60; B. F. Lewis,

'. the natives of Panama, their cus- Wakefield, 32, secretary of occupancy of less than (60%. Belle Glade FireFire $547.20; Hugh Hull, $39.57; PerryC.

toms and characteristics. the South Florida Conservancy district The new hotel proper consists Hull, $1.15 on each of two parcels -

The talks was Illustrated with with headquarters at Belle. of three, two story and attic'wings- of land; Laura V. Hull, $1.15.:

a large map of Panama and proved Glade is reported as improving the central,' or west wing, the south Monday night and early I George W. Tyrrell, on four parcels -

, I. very interesting and instructive to in the Memorial Hospital at Pa- wing and the north wing. The Tuesday morning destroyed a res- i of land, $115.20; $1722, $4032 ,, __

\ \1' Kiwanians. I hokee where he 'was taken following single story apartment, or east taurant and damaged the Lutz and $34.60; Rufus M. Buchard,

\: I Il I a self inflicted pistol wound I wing, provides closure for a patio Pharmacy, Dr. S. J. Simmon's, office $56.45; American Fruit Growers.Inc. .

t CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WILL Sunday. '- I 70 feet by 110 feet. and a nearby bar in Belle ., on two parcels of land, $259.2Q

l 'DISCONTINUE HI E E TIN G S Mr. Wakefield was wounded in The apartment ,or east wing contains Glade. The fire !is said to have and $1440; Eduah L. Hills, $643.40

the chest, but the bullet missed four one-room apartments, originated in the kitchen of the Agnes M. Balsly et al, on two

'- The Junior Christian Endeavor the heavt for which it was evidently two 2 room apartments and two 4 rostauran parcels of land, 114.88 and

.._ Society which has" been meeting in intended. The affairs of room apartments. All apartmentshave The restaurant was entirely des- $574.40; and Claude M._ McAfee on

' l the Community church every Wednesday the district and his books are said' baths and kitchenettes; the troyed and the drug store and I three parcels of land $143.60.
afternoon has discontinued to be In perfect order. He had small apartments have bed closets physician's office almost completely $1723.20 and $189.55.On .

Wits meetings for a few weeks but lately been in ill health, and no so" ds to convert into a living room ruined by 'fire, smoke and water. two parcels of, land, awarded

the meetings will be resumed a other motive for his act has been and the two large apartments have' Newspaper reports 'bav& estimated, $1670 and 123.03, the owners were

::: little l later learned. dining alcoves I the JOBS at $5';000, not listed.. ., .....
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of Current Events It's a Change Witha
Review AROUND Items of Interest
Bit of CompanyThe

BRITISH MEXICAN ROW the HOUSE!: a,3 to the Housewife- rural postman was describ- -

a : ing his job to a visitor. "Yes,

Diplomatic Relations Ruptured John W. Hanes I sir," he said, "being a postman on

of the I Ready" Paint Brush.-To have a all trimming, buttons and buckles, a round like this means a lot o' '
Named Assistant TreasuryOn
Secretary paint brush always ready for use, and rip out hems, pleats and leggin' about. Twelve and four.

keep the bristles suspended in raw linings so the dye can penetrate teen mile a day- very often. But

., ",,,, < \..!,. linseed oil. evenly throughout the fabric. there, I mustn't complain. My va- ;
* .
Viar cation is due soon and that'll put '
a; .\\ 1a.}';\x: Brown Griddle Cakes.-If a tea- Luncheon for Children. Ba- me' on my legs again."

spoon of molasses or brown sugaris nanas sliced over crumbled gra- "And where do you propose to ,
added to griddle-cake batter, ham crackers and served with spend your vacation?" asked the
the cakes will brown more easily. milk make a delicious luncheonfor visitor. '
children. ./
Protect Mattresses. -.Mattress young "Well, sir, it be like this," said

pads help both sheets and. mat- Fruit Gelatin.-To prevent diced the postman. "They generally

tresses to wear longer. fruits dropping to the' bottom of a sends a young feller from the head

gelatin mold, chill fruits and add office, and as he's _a nice sort of

When Dyeing Clothes.-To pre- when gelatin mixture has partly chap as a rule, I go around with

pare garments for dyeing, remove congealed.HOW.. 'im just for a talk."

d ,

; r; Strange Io I With.Mice Kittens Play Facts I o. !Tqy SEW I I1r

a u a TT IS often said of an alluring Ruth Wyeth Spears c

r woman that "she plays with a

man as a cat with a mouse." Now 1 2 3; 6 8

mice are playing with cats. Pho- -

the eve of National Air Mail week the first air mail and passenger tographs to prove it were takenat : : ,'

service between Juneau and Fairbanks, Alaska, was established by the a pet exhibit held recently in ; ',\ .

Pan American Airways as the first link in its route connecting southeastern New York city. t

Alaska with the interior. This photograph shows the scene at Juneauas As a hobby breeding and cross

the plane, a twin motored Lockheed Electra, was about to depart for breeding of mice and rats is saidto 4 / ,
Fairbanks. be widespread in the British L : _

Isles. But the American Mouse (r .
Fanciers' is old
club only a year
and has 45 members. Among the
&aitdWPLeLzitd .
rats and mice entered at the pet
. 1; show were red, chocolate and cafe
Western Newspaper nIORLD'S parfait males, and female mice of 8-
lilac color. b'

Ministers Are Recalled Hanes in Treasury Post Mice of the house-mouse vari-
ety are kept as pets in many 9 I l lIo
relations between
I DIPLOMATIC PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT nomi- parts of the world. Of the many
and Mexico were nated John W. Hanes, who has varieties the Japanese waltzing I ,
broken because of the dispute overMexico's
been a member of the securitiesand
is the most
mouse perhaps re -
action in expropriating foreign .
exchange commission less than markable. Due to a defect in the Tr .
oil properties. five months, to be labyrinth of the ear these mice _-_

Cardenas President of Mexico Lazaro assistant secretaryof spin round and round chasing 12 1111 /

the treasury.It their tails.
took the initiative by I3
is likely that
Cats domesticated and
Primo Vil were t
before the end of
trained to hunt rats and mice in
la Michel, Mexico 1938,Mr. Hanes will 1600 B. C. An 14 1 l
minister at London, Egypt as early as i
succeed Roswell Ma-
fresco of this
Egyptian period
and ordering
gill as undersecretary r .
r shows a hunting cat. Europeancats
of the
closing lega-
of the .
trace their ancestors to Af- :
tion indefinitely. The Magill, who is :
? rican and European wild cats. It
I British goV"ernmentI directed on leave from Columbia 'Yti w is thought that the manul, a small This Rag Baby Sits Down Gracefully

,.. I promptly university, is
-? desert, wild cat that ranges from charm of de- Back and front cut ..
Minister Owen St. anxious to return to THE a rag baby agram. are
President Clair O'Malley to his old position, it is J. W. Hanes Tibet to Siberia, and the. junglecat pends upon her figure. She alike. The dotted line around the! .'
Cardenas leave Mexico to- of India and Africa are the : may be molded with your fingers doll in the diagram indicates the
the reported.Mr. ancestors of the cats of Russia, if the cotton is into allowance. and
gether with his staff, legation I. stuffing pushed seam Eyes, nose
being put, in charge of Consul Gen.J. Hanes may not assume his China, Siam, India and Japan.In place very tightly a little at a mouth are embroidered, yarn is I

Dalton Murray. new duties until the reorganizationof the grain-growing country of time' with the blunt end of a pen- used for the hair, and the dressis J
While the suspension of relationsis the New York Stock exchange is Egypt the cat was of great valueas cil. An extra bit of cotton may made of straight ipieces. ,;
completed. He will be the first New a rat and mouse catcher.
a direct outgrowth of the oil seizure even stretch the fabric considerably NOTE: Mrs. Spears' latest sew-
Deal assistant secretary of the The bteeding of domestic ani-
the immediate of Carde- to chin and chest
cause give a shapely ing book contains three of
treasury who has been identified mals and has been possible pages
nas' action was what he consideredBritain's contour. Leave the opening for doll clothes 90 embroidery
with Wall Street investment bank- because man could control the di- ; e(1
"insolent" methods in demanding under
Stuff the
stuffing one arm. stitches fabric repairing table ,,
ing. When selected for the SEC he" rection of the changes arising in ; ; -
a claims annuity of $85- legs up to the knees, then sew settings gifts useful arti-
; ; many
000, due since January 1 for dam- was a partner in the firm of C. D, living things. across. Stuff up to the hips and cles to make for the house, your-
Barney & Co. This has been done by breeding
ages to British interests in a revo- then sew through the body again, self and the children. Price 25
lution years ago. Foreign Minister .,,.r..- only from animals which had'certain as shown, before the upper part is cents postpaid, coins preferred.Just .

Eduardo Hay handed a check for tendencies which the breeder stuffed. This makes the doll jointed ask for Book No. 2, and ad-

the amount to Minister O'Malley, N.L.R.B. Wins Point wished to develop.. We know that at knees and hips. dress Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

told him of the recall of Minister United States animals held in captivity often To make for the doll St. Ill.
THE Supreme court a pattern plaines, Chicago, I
lose some of their original charac-
Michel and said I be allowed -
: "May ordered the Circuit Court of Appeals rule an eight by fourteen inch
teristics. In the future we
; however, to call your excellency's may
at Philadelphia to show cause piece of paper into one-inch
expect to see pet mice playing
attention to the fact that not
why its orders against the national squares. Number the squares, as
with cats as we now so often see
even powerful states with ample resources labor relations board in the Republic shown, then outline the doll so
cats and dogs playing together in
at their disposal can boastof Steel company case should not that the lines cross the squares a
the household.
having "fulfilled their monetary be vacated. The circuit court refused -I >Britannica Junior. exactly as they do here in the diASK D -
obligations. to permit the labor board to
This, of course, was an allusionto withdraw its case. against the steel

Britain's repudiation of her war company for the purpose of insti-

debt to the United States. tuting further proceedings and thus ME A Quiz With Answers I
Labor and political organizationsin averting judicial
scrutiny of its con- 7
Mexico lined up solidly in sup- duct. The lower court also restrained Offering Information J KILLS INSECTS '.

port of Cardenas in the dispute. The the board from taking any ANOTHER on Various, Subjects

majority bloc in the chamber of further proceedings in the Republiccase .. ON FLOWERS FRUITS
deputies described the diplomatic pending the certification of the -- ----- VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

break as "absolutely justified." transcript of the record.In 1. Which travels 3. The dummy's face is made of
Viscount Halifax, British foreign waves or electric powdered pumice mixed with Demand original sealed
another case involving the labor bottles, from your dealer
secretary, took up the Mexican affair board the Supreme 2. How many paint. This gives a soft texture
on his return from Geneva. An that strikers do ruled tories has the United that will not reflect light and is c.yy
not lose their
important factor in the situation is ployee relationship. em- I what are they? better adapted to his, movie ap-

consideration of'Britain's oil supply 3. Of what is pearances.. '
if war should come in Europe. i Carthy's face made? 4. Minnesota.

Woman 4. What state has 5. By conquest from Mexico in
Air Mail WeekCELEBRATION ? 5. How and when did 1848. ..

THERE is a good chance that the States acquire .
of National Air 6. "I have sworn upon the altar
United States will be Hawaii."W'
marking the twenti- represented 6. What did Thomas of God eternal hostility against
at Moscow by a woman for about
Mrs. say swearing
eth year of the service, opened whenMrs. Charles C. Broy is under every form of tyranny over the O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.
consideration tility against tyranny?
Roosevelt accepted for her mind of man" is found in a letter
with bath from $2.50 $K
for the post of 7. How much does written Rooms single
husband, a sheet of the new air mail I by Thomes Jefferson to
stamps from the Washington post- American ambassador woman spend for Benjamin Rush. double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.
to Soviet Russia What is 'the most
master. The anniversary was observed which 7. Women over 15 years of age
Joseph E.
in many parts of the coun- in the United States spend an
try, a notable event being the first Davies recently re- The Answers average of $8 per capita on ho-

use, in Chicago, of an autogiro to linquished to be- 1. They travel at siery or $350,000,000 a year. A ..
come ambassador
carry mail from the airport to the 9i i.v Belgium. to same speed. survey shows that 80 per cent of
post office. : M r s. 2. Two. Alaska and. all women: wear size 9&. f
-1- .Y Broy, who is a

.. Texan by birth, is
Fall of Suchow Near .:
N( N the wife of an Amer-

D ISPATCHES received in Shanghai ican foreign service

said the Japanese forces officer and the wid-

were closing in on Suchow, great Mrs.C.C.Broy ow of Representative -
Central China rail junction city, and Thomas U. Sis-

that its capture was momentarily son of Mississippi. She was recommended -

expected. Thousands of Chinese for the ambassadorship by ..

troops were believed to be trapped the chairmen of the foreign rela- .. '
in that area with little chance to tions and foreign affairs committeesof

escape. congress, and has the backing of Irium contained in BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Powder

Encirclement of Suchow followed many prominent members of con- and Pepsodent Tooth Paste ;
the cutting by Japanese columns of gress. If appointed and confirmed, less\)
the Lunghai railway at which opera- she will be the first American woman 0 All dentifrices may LOOK more or
tions of the invaders had been di, to be an ambassador. alike.But looks are deceiving.Modernized in record time.

rected for five months. The Jap- Mrs. Broy was officially presented Pepsodent, for example,Is different,more And do it gently SAFELY! For. ;
anese then pushed rapidly toward to of State Hull effective.And fora definite reason 1 ONLY Pepsodent contains NO BLEACH.NO GRIT,
Secretary by Pepsodent contains Irium I NO PUMICE I it and M'ri
Suchow, taking the cities of Pihsien Senator Key Pittman*, but the Try yourself ,, s
and Siaohsien which secre- Pepsodent containing Irium can polish SEE the difference 1 1Ne's f
were desper- tary has known her personally for (.
ately defended. 16 years.



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TOEOTEERFUL CHERUB Strad Had Rivals By Joe' BowersTO

like AlthoughStradivarius, is Cre- You PAINT PICTURES KEEP THE

Vttjr\d-orgtai itwdic mona's greatest star, the town WOLf fRoM THE DOOR

And I like green onions claims other noted violin makers.

too, Among 'them is Stradivarius'teacher

Nicolo Amati, who set up
.50 if
your T't.... his workshop iri Cremona about, r rOH

cultured 3ov/l 1620. The favorite instrument of

Im just *tHe guy the violinist Paganini was a violin 0.

for by Giuseppe Guaranieri, Cremona.:

yov.! : Cremona still makes musical in-
irrAi J:
( )
struments violins and
pianos. It ,also especially:manufactures:, more YOU SHOW 'Er AND SCARE .KIM

/ prosaic products, such as bricksof i SEE TO THE WOLF AWAY .

special construction used in
American skyscrapers.. .G
Cremona was founded by the

Romans in 219 B. C., but was

razed by Vespasian in 70 A. D.,

WNU Service. and again in 540 y.the Goths.



Easy Cross Stitch ?

"', This cross-stitched peacock AND WHY You can

.struts in royal splendor ,.

proud to add such beauty to your OLD GOLD REDUCESafely.
bedspread! Formed of 10 and 5-

to the inch crosses, the design is Highest Cash Price paid by return mail

effective this contrast. Brilliant spectacles for your ,discarded etc. Satisfaction gold watches guaranteed.teeth, e.10aJton joudliiDescribes Noted FoodAuthority .Surely.Comfortably

colors or softly blended shades Mail today. Everett, Box 613, Macon, Ga. t

:' are equally lovely. Black is smartPattern Sesid for This Free Bxlleter

. ft.) Offered by C.HolIStcM Goedhs

,....f' ,Right by, ExistenceThe the Need for
Readers of this newspaper ate
:'' equal right of all men to invited to write to C.Houston

:> 'the-use of land is as clear as their IRON and COPPERShows Goudiss,at 6 East 39th Street,

equal right to breathe the air=-it New York City,for his sden-

is a ,right proclaimed, by the fact tificReducingBulletinwhichshows
r rs of their existence.-Henry George.NERVOUS How You Can Help to Avoid Anemia how to reduce by the
safe and sane method of

r by Including These Blood-Building counting calories.

.' Th hili/din it complete with II _
? Minerals in the Diet chart showing the caloric value of
all the commonly med Joo ,', d
contains sample mlnlll lal101I Cliff
By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS use ass guide 10 comfortable and
Do you feel so nervous! you want to scream? healthful weight rdllction.
Are you cross and irritable Do you scold 6 East 39th Street, New York CityOF
those If dearest to you? ALL the nutrition problems that challenge the homemaker <; -
your nerves are on edge try LYDIA E.
PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. none is more important-than supplying her fam maintain, top health and pre-
It often helps Nature calm quivering nerves. vent the possibility of nutritional
For three generations one woman has told ily's need for iron. This mineral is sometimes described as anemia the homemaker must
another how to go "smiling through" with
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.It the supreme element in nutrition because it is an essential learn to meet the daily iron requirement -
1 helps Nature tone up the system,thus! lessening -
r' the discomforts from the functional dis-. constituent of the blood. < of her family and not
orders which women must endure. leave this'vital matter to chance.
-*- Anemia be due to loss of
Make may : -
a note NOW to get a bottle of world-
Iron-rich foods
famous! Pinkham's Compound today WITH blood, deficient blood formation, include egg
i OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a How Blood Is ConstructedIf increased blood yolk, liver, molasses, dried beans
to destructionin
".. million women have written in letters
reporting -
benefit. you should examine a the body The different forms and peas, whole grain cereals,
" Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S lean meat and green leafy vege-
VEGETABLE COMPOUND? drop of blood under the micro- of the disease are sometimes clas-
tables. While milk has
only a
sified as primary and secondary
would observe thatit
scope, you
anemia. small amount of iron, experimentsshow
.; No. 5974. is composed of red cells and that its iron is readily absorbed

white cells. In normal blood Primary anemia is usually and is utilized to good ad-
combined with shades of another 67IflI1 known 'as pernicious anemia. It

,., color. In pattern 5974 you will there are about 25 million' is a grave condition in which the vantage.
To Get Rid of Acid Eggs are such an excellent
; find a, transfer pattern of a motif And Poisonous Waste times a million red blood corpuscles marrow of the bones has lost its source of iron that. one egg yields

'. \ 15 by 18V2 inches and one and one Your kidneys help to keep yon.well owing their color to,the iron- power to make red blood cells. about one-tenth of the standard
. reverse motif 5l/i by 63A inches; by constantly filtering waste matter bearing protein Secondary,or nutritional anemia requirement. Lean meat furnishesa
, from the blood. If your kidneys
a color chart and key; material functionally disordered and fail get to hemoglobin. They may result from loss of blood in considerable amount, but liver is

,;. requirements; illustrations of all remove excess impurities, there may be carry oxygen to all an accident, or it 'may follow along so much richer that it should be
of the
- poisoning whole and
.::; .. stitches used.r system the body tissues, infectious
body-wide distress. illness. For any eaten frequently. Dried beans are
/,. t To obtain this pattern send.15 Burning, be scanty or too frequent urination and remove the infection lowers the iron reservein inexpensive and when baked with
may a warning of some kidney
.. : cents in stamps or coins (coins or bladder disturbance. carbon dioxide the body. But the most common molasses become a good sourceof

,. : preferred) to The Sewing Circle, You may headache suffer nagging backache, formed during the cause is a diet lacking in iron.
persistent ,attacks of dizziness
r( Household Arts Dept., 259 W. getting up nights, swelling, puffiness combustion of body sufficient iron over a long period It is a pity that- parsley is so

,V. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. under played the out.eyed-feel weak, nervous all fuel.A. of time. often used only as a garnish, be-

; :. : Please write your name, address In such cases it Is better to rely on a reduction in -*- cause it has a higher iron con-
r '; : and pattern number plainly. medicine that has won country-wide the amount of hem-
tent than
acclaim than less most green leafy vege-
something favor-
How Much Iron?
ably known. Use Doan't Pills.A multi. oglobin in the blood tables. Though potatoes contain

/ : Doan tude',of. Atk grateful your netghborl people recommend may cause. shortness : It is believed that about 10 per only 'a moderate amount of iron,
Unclll f of breath, cent of the total hemoglobin in I
: ; I they are usually consumed in suf-
flflj quickened respiration and an accelerated adults is destroyed daily. And for ficient quantities to make them a -
;" ", heart action. Lack of this reason iron-rich foods must be significant source.

;I. ';. appetite, weakness, and a slowingof included in the diet every day.
; 5 -*-
' quaaL all vital functions may also re- Investigators have found it diffi-

KILL ALL FLIES sult from the diminished supply of cult to determine the exact iron Copper Also Necessary

For Goodness Sake Relax oxygen to the tissues. requirement, but according to the Investigation has demonstratedthat
Placed enywbere. Daisy Fly latest estimates, from 12 to 15 adequate iron alone is not
Killer attracts and kills tiles. -*-
mad is another
Driving like 5t' Guaranteed, enectlve. Neat. milligrams a day will not only enough to prevent nutritional ane-
manifestation of the desperationin convenient-Cannot sell asondealers. anythlna.epiliWUlnot Lack of Iron May Lead to Anemia provide adequately for bodily requirements mia, for the body cannot convert
which so many men live be- V Lssts sU 20o a n1lt
Harold Somers. Iso., Inmany people the blood but will allow a rea- iron into blood pigment unless
cause they haven't the plain or- 15O De Eaib Ave.B'kly nN.Y. young sonable
is also Therefore
,reserve. copper, present. ,
does not function normally, though
dinary intestinal equipment to
in order to obtain the full bene-
"' frequently parents are unaware
V "calm down. fits of iron the diet must contain
='' To a criminal is tried by a: that anything is wrong. You may
say for Women Need More Than Men sufficient copper. Foods that sup-
scold them for being lazy,
of his is rather slamon
jury a
peers, SMALL Women iron than ply copper in abundance are liver,
SIZE LARGE SIZE lacking interest in their work, or require more
V the jury, don't'you think? 60c $1.20 never heeding the things you tell men, in proportion to the body nuts, dried beans and peas. Smaller -

','. .V There ,are more' hypocrites them, when the real trouble is due weight, to make good the losses but significant amounts are pro-
fear malevo-
V through than through 4 to iron starvation which, if long that occur during the menses. Expectant vided by whole grain cereals,
t' continued, may lead to anemia. mothers need a generous dried fruits and poultry.I .
'..:;VV And Somehow He Knows It IIAr40 amount of iron, not only to provide shall gladly send to every
who has tendency
',i By far the greatest number of Brings Blessed Relief toward The person.anemia usually a tires eas- for their own needs and for homemaker a list of foods rich in

:,. temptations? that beset a man, are from aches and pains of and lacks complains of the normal development of the both iron and copper, and also
ily .pep;
sordid fetus but to create sample menus showing how to
p, ones. worries a reserve sup-
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS cold hands and feet; over
't ply in the baby's body which will plan a balanced, bloodbuildingdiet.
in-VV' trifles and have a complexion -
t last the of lacta- .
through period
a botch Why suffer! that is anything but rosy. '
k always plenty for those who deserve 'ATALLcGOOD..DRUG. STORES,_ I urge you to write for this ma-

.r it.; The great danger of an iron- tion.The percentage of iron in the terial and keep the bloodbuildingfoods

A fury for cleaning up your deficient diet is that it deprivesthe baby's body is about three times in mind when planning

C-\ desk usually results in,your throw- body of its chief defense that of the adult. Nature has menus. Never forget for an instant -
The crying of children is some- against disease. For when the that good blood is the best
, ing away a lot of things you ought wisely designed this reserve to
:. times an indication of WORMSin form of life insurance.
to save. quality of the blood is poor, one make up for the low iron contentof
the system. The cheapestand to infection. WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1938-12
To Motorists In ParticularLack an easy prey milk which constitutes chief.
quickest medicine for rid- Moreover, if a serious illness occurs -
food during the first six months of
of politeness can make a
ding children adults of these
or it
lowered resistance makes
smooth road pretty rough. life. Nutrition authorities believe,
parasites is'Dr. Peery's "Dead difficult to fight it off.Send however that better health results
.-...' Never-and we say this solemnly Shot" Vermifuge. 50c a bottleat MQRgll"
i; -put away something useful in druggists or Wright's Pill when an iron-rich food, suchas

," a new place. Wherever it, lands Co.,100 Gold St.New York.N.Y. for This Free egg-yolk, is introduced very LARGE JARS SeAtroOIUnembellished
first, keep it there. early into the diet. This helps to

Larger the spring radish, the BloodBuildingDiet prevent the slight anemia :which Truth

hollower. WNU-7 21-38 was formerly regarded as unimportant -
Truth needs no flowers of
\ but which is
;" now recog-
nized as making the baby more
Including List of
susceptible to infection and retarding -
."....,::.. Foods Rich in Iron, Copper ,
'; growth.'A'- .'
PLUG READERS are invited to write for

" : t a free bulletin containing a list Children's Requirement HighIt GLASSE5 h '

of foods rich in iron and a list of is desirable to, keep the iron

those rich in copper. Also includedare intake at a high level throughout ASK

V Ii Only i sample menus showing how to childhood, for it has been discov- YOUR

plan a balanced diet containing adequate ered that better health results GROCER

V amounts of foods rich in these when a surplus is allowed above
\ Good blood-building minerals. Send your the daily requirement. But thereis These AdvertisementsAre

request-a post card will dotoC. a very special need for iron in

Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th girls from the beginning of ado- a Guide Book :
.r Street, New York City. lescence through the eighteenthyear. "
I Ir to Good Values
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NE U of SE 14 and W ifs
NOTICE of SE 1,4 except SAL Ry. '
: less all that part of N. .' ..
i,4' of SE % lying gen !.
erally N of SAL Ry.____ 30 43 28 80 Florida Industrial Co. 6.86

E Vt and E % of SW 3
and SE i/4 of NW }.4____ 31 43 28 440 Florida Industrial Co. 21.59

All _..___.._.._....__.___.._ 32. 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 36.93 ..
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so S &. d____..________._ 33 43 28 320 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08 ..
4di All _..____.-.__.____._,_____ 34 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 2650
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes All _._..__.....__.___.______ 35 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50All
r herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sales. __.__.._. __....___.._.__?___ 36 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21-29
All _?_.. ....__-'-_____._._ 1 '44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
and advertising, will be sold at pu bile auction on the sixth day of All _......__._._..______._____.__ 2 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
& June A. D. 1938, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthousedoor All ___?.w_...__.:____........ 3 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co 21.29
1NOLE All .,.__.M.__.._.___.___._.__._ 4 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
in the city of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State Florida.
NW i, of .NW 3i and '
SE 14 of SE 1/_____....:._ 5 H 28 80 Florida Industrial Co. 3.88 .
JACKSONVILLE Ul .____..._....___.._ .__ 6 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
c C:.. 111 _.._._.__.._____._;_..__._....... 7 H 28 639 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
4 FLORIDA "" NE 14 _____...____.__..:.:.__._ 8 44 28 160 Florida Industrial Co. t>.6R
r. :=. SW i,4 of NW i,4..__...._....._' 8 4-1 28 40 Ida Wood ..._._.-.__...___._ .1.05
GARNETT ANDREW5.Mvign DESCRIPTION 0 c/j Hf C5 rd OAVAEIl AMOUNTOF All _..._.........._...-__._.__....__.::._ :9 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
iMJOy SUMMER COMFORT i Abno LAM e EF row OF TAXES All ....:....._._.......__.__._.__....___ 10 "t 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
< o 5 C : y" AND COSTS _.. ._ 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
heart of down. All __.__._-..__. ...._ 11
< tenrp J.el ,onviltt.. Every room with :r. All __._.._.______._...._.__..._._.13 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
shewtr Colt water, ceiling Fen, radio, iutt a .. All _....._.___...-:..._..__.___ 14 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
nunm door.. Every Bed wild InneriprlnfM S, E. "North La- 1 All except NW i,4._._..____ 15 44 28 480 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08N
end reading limp. Running let Belle Heights" i-D 31 42: 29'ao ..._ .:___ ,_.___._ 44 28 320 Florida IndustrialS Co. 10.88
< r 4i 'A. L. ._._,,__ ____.__,.$ 1.40 % __._. _? 18
Lots 432. 433. 434. Watson .
door. . .- 80 L. Kelly _____.___ 4.62
rfr en every N of SW 1/4._._?.._._._ 18 44 28
AIR CONDITIONED Tracts 6, 7, 9, .), = All ___________-22 4-1 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29:
D-B No. 19
P 521
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP D-B No 25 P 596 32 42 29 14 John II. Caldwell .Estate.15.16"Dlffenbnugh'n I All _._.__.______._.___- 23 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
DINING AND MEETING ROOMS All _________.__._:. 24 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
___Ritti--Slng! with Private Bath to Addition" La-- All _____________ 25 H 28 BfO Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
'". All __,_ __,__ __ 26 4428 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
60 Room $2.50J "' --
f Belle of
strip -. x All ____..._______..__ 27 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
J 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms $350 land 356 ft. wide ". :.,,' '. All _..-..:_.._..____...___ 35 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
1 10 fwiplt Room with Pdr.te Bath S400 off N. E. / .of '. '- All .....___.__..?.__.___..?.._____ 36 44 28 610 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
___ 32 42 2O
E. .
Shell VMHiit for doubts occupancy 1,4 All _.._.._..___..__...:._...;.-_.__...__ 13 45 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. .21.29
Lots 8 to 12-21... ;.... Mrs. M A. Burnett..;_.._........ 5.15
0.'.. I, B. POUND H tl.NOfllfATTtN T Mrs. Traver.___....__.. .__ 3.27 S E16 of Govern ,
W A. rJ nffL
Lots 18. 19. 20.___._ : ? t, 3_________ 6 43 29 10 Edith H. Brown-__. 2.06
"North LaBelle. L. V. Hull S-D of Government -
TtM.m .._.k. 0. '
*_ _1 _+ T' ..;3I n part of N. AV. : Lot 11' ln__..___... 6 43 20
1of N. E. 2,4.3:': 42 ", 20 : '. Government Lot 2, ,
Block 12, Lot 21 .: .. Conrad Compagmur _.__..__.__ 1.40 and 3, 4 In____ 1 43 20 -

Block- to 36 17,._..Lots .....28_ : Sam L.. Farabee .____._ 9.22 Lots'' 1 to 5 _,_.---,,--_ ... 30 Carl E. 'Royer ':.___:;: 7.23

Block; 27. Lots 14 .,.t "' Lot 20 less RR R-W____ .3. E. L. Stallings ,_--_-- 7.23

to 17 ........._....._..... .? .: M. j. Clark ..._____:.__._.__._ 6.40S Following part of Lot 21, .
128 ft. S of 'I r.
6 A ofV 13 A .' : beginning '
NE W 229 ft._ N ,. .;
: corner.
of of ,
U : '
Sy. ; '
N. E. ls.__........_.._.. 32 42 29 :;a'.1.. L. Stallings. 5.75 128 ft., W to NW corner I :
( -c of Lot 21, SE and N on \
Beginning 28 rods .1\ -, :-: ., j ', "
: ,
; ; :" j' .
I ; ': of Lot 21
lines to point
E of SW corner .. .. ..
of SW 14 of SW ;. ',' ,.. of beginning :_______. .' 5' E.. L Stallings:.:.___.._._ 3.93
Y -
1N 40 rods E < E % of SE i/4 ,?____-..?... 7 43 29' 80 ,Ralph E. Smith Estate ,j .81 C\

rods 12 ,Pods W 12 S rods 40 i '(V%,t,* rf .rti' .:. I:'rf. City of LnBelle ___._ 4) *. '_;..al .j i
(3A) and begin- .-- C., : ". '' ".':! ".-..'" .. Ci 8)) 43 20 '.1( ". '. .. _'; .....,..1 I.jk. .;
SW .- : "
fling at cor- ,
< .. ,. .:. ", _.-. a D .
of r ) 1 i ,
ner of SE 14 I, -z r "" ':i:;' :t .:
14 of SW i/4. C IJjrd S-D of Goodno S-D 4 43 20 -
N along W Hue Block 2: i r;: ". e:.-:. '.,H-!
) of:SE 14 of SW : :: : ;'p Lots 4 to 7_,...-----..:,_., : --- Alice E. Hall_?__... _. 4.65
D 14 of SW 14 660 t. :;Jft. ,l'f ; :; \ ': Lots 8 to 14 _._ .May Byrd Smith_- 5.20

ft.E 66 Z66 ft ft.S >'%,. {? :; ; r ; Beginning corner Block 50 ft. 4,N W of 100 SE .-' -. -

to point of beginning !: .
ft.. N 75 ft.; E. 100 ft., :. } -
(lA32 42 29 1' ..4' :'W." : H......', Russell.. : ,: -.;._'.-'. _. :' 8.07 S 75 ft. to beginning.. 4 43 29 Ray C. Hull _._. .._ 8.13
'" .Kcll-Mlll Terrace .:,.- I Goodno S-D of Block 5_. 4 43 20 p. s
iib" SE 1/4 of p' .. Lots 10 and 12___._'__ Catherine Waldron ,"':=: 3.08
S\V 1/1 andV -:: -. Lot 31 _._.___._ Inter County T. & T. 14.02Goodno
Ira of .. .I.,1: 1 or I S-D treat Vi of
S\v y/ _..._._....._._.. 32 42 ::: i 60 Block 6 _..____ =-.._ 4 ,43 2U -
CD Lots 5 to No. 2-3 of Lots 1 and 2_.. Ralph Hendry _.._._.__ 3.84
to 19 .....:._....:: Dr. Ethel Eisner ._.__.,_..___._._ 7.33 Lots 13, 14 _________ Carl E. Royer ________ 6.56
Lots 10, 143_.._._._ 1011's. Osarlta D. Hattield.___.__. 1.40 Lots 16, 17 ___....__.__ J. 0. Davidson.4.39
Lots 23-2t ._._.__ .lIlrs. Emma Freeman__.. 2.33 Goodno S-D NE 1A of
: ,' Unknown _.____._._._.__.___ 1.40 -
} Lots 82-83-__ : Block 6 ._._._____ 4 .43 .29
: Lot .92 _.______ .' :",. Unknown ___'__'_"'___ 1.40- Park Place S-D ,

Lot 98 ___.._____.._ Unknown __._____..._____ 1.40E Lots 1 to 5_.____._.__.__ Carl E. ,Royer _.____ 3.84
l! of W 1k of '.: e.- Lot 6 ___.___ Unknown --:..._._.__ 1.80
Lot '1 in SW 1of Lots 8 to 19___.___.__ Carl E. Royer _._ .__ 5.88
SE ...._..._..-. 32 42 2.9., ",12. _John H. Caldwell Estate_.____ 8.58 Stewart S-D Blocks 15, f

... 33 and 34.___.____.__.__ 4 43 29
"DUlu'rH' Addition : Lots 7 and 10-_.___ Joe R. Ross ____ 7.23
to Ln elle" E % .' Lot, 8 __......_______._ UnknownNorman _...._____:._ 1.13
:e of Lot 1..._ 32 42 211 ''r ,: ._ '., >r ". Block 16---...__ 4 43 :0
: ;
'. : : Lot 5 _______ Warriner ___ 2.03
mock C _._..._.__ .\ ; : ;', Mrs': Homer' II' Dreyer .:_.::..:::. 21.41 Lot 6 _._ .______ Unknown ____ 1.13
''Manning's !- Block 17 ____..________ 4 43 29 4 C. J. Kirk_______ 4.52
tion to : : ; ; i : ;: i ik ; ;: Block 21 Davenport SD.4 43U -

beginning. N of ::: 50It. : : :f:: J ..: ,; ; )Block Lot 11 24_r west ._1-3_ot R. M. Luckey._____ 384

ncr of Block 0 '. :.. N _______ Jefferson Life Ins. Co. 9.53

U8er8' Addition .-.: '. M .' '. :J' .' I Block 32 _.____..._.___._____ 4 .43 29 C._ J. Kirk ____ 6.56
to La elle. N 6 ': ..- : r Block 40 "QneHtend" S-D 4 .13 21) : :,
..... degreeH. E 636 \ :<;: ',. I.- .' t Tots 28, 29 __._.____..__ L. vV. McLeod ____ 1.80 -
It., E 411 ft., S 6 .. :/.., .,'.: ,.. ;<, ... r : Lots .30 to' 32 2.._......-_- / Mrs. Frank Tiffany. __ ,1.80mock
degrees, W 630 \; .i' /':); Q -: O o.i'-.W 41' IJushD ...,_._._._ 4' .13: ::U' '
ftt to point of ,. ; { '.; : ,:" :/ : "Jbeginning :, ). : ): .1; Lot10 __:._.._______ Mrs.: Jennie Clark __ ,1.13Lot
f in NE ,. 2" 19 _..._.__.___.___.__ J. O. Davidson____ 1.47
1.4 of SE 1/s-- 32 42 2U ..Z'O .. .':;.p:,,;,. Block 42 Aiken S-D 4 4:1 29 '
\ Lots 1, 6, 7, 12 to ;.,'; '-t':: T \:', : Lot 17 ______._._.___.__ Ray C. Hull __..____ 2.49Block
29 32, 33 34 ,. Miss Alice K. Higgins-- 13.93 45: Hedges S-D.----, 4 .13D t-

Lot 35 .._--:._-=: Miss Alice K. Higgins _.____ 19.28. Lot 2 "__'"' _._ ? Mrs. May' Cohn _.__....4 '2.49
Beginning at NE '.' Lot 17 to 19 -.ZL__HI_ Sam Carson ___ 2.49
corner of NE l,4 Lot 31 ____._____M 1 Welsman & Cohn __,: 2.49Block
of SE 144V 819 ,. 47 Court Houce_
ft., S 641 ft., E Square S-D _______._ 0 43 2 0! -
921 ft., N 631 ft. ,.' Lots 2, 3, 4, 7__._ :.., Fannie Park ____ 2.49: __
to point of be- '" ss.:
ginning _____ 32 42 29 12 John H. Caldwell' Estate.___.._. 16,36'Washington Lots 5, 6...__' Fannie Park ._ 1.50
::c Gar- Lot 33 ,______: M. O. Oliver ___. '1.13
dens S-D of 210 ft. sq. In NE corner .
NW 'A __ 2 43 28 Block 48 __.______ 9 43 29 Ralph Hendry _M 2.33

Block 5, Lot 41__ NellIe Jones _._.___..____.._--=-__ .98 Block 4nv Perry C. .-
Block 15, Lot 38._: Miss Willie Lowery ___.__1 .98 Hull's S-D __.._____....... 0 4:1.: -29 .
Block 32, Lots 18, ; Lots 1, 2. 3. ..._._...-.__._..__ Weisman & Cohn ____ 3.17
= 19 .._.._...______..._ ._ Rev U.: S. G. Logan. ._ 1.28 Lots 4, 5 ._ __.___._ E. M. Cornette ..::..__._ 381
Block 41, Lot 28--. E. P. Irving ___..._,__..__Y. .98 Lots 9, KT ____..._.____ -, A. C. Wright ...__._._._. 2.49
Block 49, Lots 35 < Lot 16 ._________._ ,- Jim GoeFlossie :?-___.___ 124
to 38 _____ ,. Nora and Groen Mills_..___._._ 1.53 'Block .. '
"''' '''' 49, S % of SE 1' .
Wide Acres En- except % A. in SE cor. 9 43 29 Luckey _._.___ 2.10
fates No. 1 S-D % A. in SE corner of S % -
or s.% of SE 1/ 2 43 28 of SE % of Block 49.9 43 29 Flossie Luckey ____ 1.28
.3CD Block K Lots ,
11. Blocks '
12 _...__._._.__.__._ Harriet Furnade -._..____..___. ---1.28 30 and 01 Hickpo-
W % of W 8 43 28 160 E. D. Underwood ________-:.. 10.88 Ghee Heights S-D._____._ 0 43 2O
---- Block A, Lots 7, 8_ Mrs. J. T. Bradshaw1,47
SE ?4 'of NW %. Lots 9. 10 _. J. O. Johnson ___.___ 1.47

end E 14 of S'4 Sowell _______._.....__ 8.86 Lots 2 to 24 _._.__ : J. O. Johnson __.__ 1.13 .
1/. .._.._.._.__ _._.. 843 28 120 M I "
NW 14 of NE 1,4 Block F, Lots 21, 22_.__:.... ;'John Pelkey __.___ 1.13

and SE i. of Block 58 LaBelle highlands ... ., ;
NE or NW 10 43 28 50 J. P. 'Hendrr _._._ 4.18 : .
lis 3; ---:- :---- S-D _.___ 0 43 20 .

Lot 12 _____.G. 'B. Anchors, Jr...__ 1.13 .' ;
,. .I SE ginning?+ of fnv ft.?. E and of. NW ho- ,;?<:. : :S" ,: ; ; ,; :r,y't: ;' ; Block C2 S Vt Lorena S-D 0 13 29 : ,

corner of S'V 3i or N'V$0.. .. I Lots 26 to 46 ______ Lorena K: Royer __.__ 3.17'
1,4, S to river, E along : -" ::<: : Blocks 77, 78, 70, 80 Lkt- ;
Belle Terrace S-D._ 0 43 29 .... .
of river SE to corner point t908tfi, W N .' .? (? ',: / ?r.'. !.rt;7I' ,? r I Block Bi .
Lot 19 _. _______ _
Milton J. Woferman. : 1.13
to N boundary or Lot 3, .. ,,' i'I'. .
\V 622 ft., N 132 ft.V ; .. "n .' "-':J't: ,( Block Ct ?

:is: to beginning ....-._..._._. 12 43-28- 78'B.. F. '. Gu'p.r __..__:':'.r'' 9.62 Lots 13, 14 ___J_ .: r. .' .' J. E. Robbins __ 1.13
Beginning 110 yds: E or .. rSV ". Lot 15 ____._.__._____.__:,,''' "-= .: J. C. Werner ..__.__ 1.13

corner Lot I, E Lot 17 _____-,-:. Y'J., ", ; '. .. E. Robbins .;........_. __ .t 1.13loek :-
730 ft., N to river, 'V Fi .' ', .. :' .' '
along river to point N Lots 4, 5___ _.:_.__"_,- ':.,<..: ,: J. E. Robbins __.?_. 1.13 : ?rt
of beginning, S to be- \ Lot 16 _-, ___ ': .... E. J.. Coyle _"_.___' 1.13 ;
_. ginning ___...____._....___ 14 43 28 14.60 Unknown _: _._._.____ 6.U: Block Ht '
m Government Lots 2 and 3 Lots 13. 14 ___ J. E. Robbins ..____ 1.13
and NE a of SW 1/4__. 16 4328 113 Am. Fruit Growers, Inc 131.01 Lots 15, 16 _____...__.__ Mrs. Robert Haish___. 1.13
N % of NE 1of NE 14 Block 103 Shadow Lawn :. _
of NE % 19 43 28 5 R. Court S-D _..._..._ .j .13 20
F. Lewis _.__._.:..._.__ 1.79 '
\v' % of SE 1'4 or NW 1s 20 43 28 20 J. C. Jackman _... ._. 2.54V Block B, Lot 11.____._ Ann Elizabeth HalL _._ 1.13 =
\ 'h of 'v 143 of Govern- Lot 12 ____._?_"..__.___...:'-._?:: J. Russell Hall __....._ 1.13

ment Lot _......._...__._....._. :20 43 :28_ 16 J. M. Magill Estate......__ 2.84 Lot 13 _.__??__...__._____..._._ Hugh Sheppard ?._..__ 1.13

Government Lot 3_..._.._..__. 20 43..8 10 Unknown ._____._....... _.__ 1.49 Dlock 106 Palm Heights -
E 'h or Government Lot 3 w" S-D -..........__ ._......._....... 0 43 20 -

and Lot" 4 and 5..?::..,_?._ 21 43 28 12 .75 Unknown ___._..___....._ 11.18 Block A. Lot 20.............__..._ Mrs. J. E. Cloughley.._ 1.47
All except TIR-\V, State : Beginning 755 ft. S &. 960 .'
c-) highway; and SAL Ry. ft. W of NiJ corner of '

e except all N of State Government Lot 3.V .. .'
highway ....__.-...._.__...__._.__... 231 43 28' 149. Florida Industrial Co.: '6.56 128 ft., N to river, E : '
All except R-'V State along river to point of l ,
beginning S to beginning .. -
highway and SAL Ry \ '
; except all N of State _.._.__._..................??...?_. 5 4J ,,29. Mrs."' Willie J.- Hendry 6.15 ?
\ highway ...__..._-..._.......__.__ ?,4 43 78 5G4 Florida Industrial Co. 22.19 ltl fern Vista s-D of E .' '" -' :' r I :-1"
-_-. .... All __._.M___. .. 43 2/S/ 640 Florida Industrial Co. 23.90 14 A. of Government 't- '

NE 3 and S 1/y.._.__._.._._.... 26 4328 480 Florida Industrial. ,Co. 1/S.69/ Lot 1 __.__........................__..__ 5 43 20 "" '
All except R-'V State Block C, Lots 1, 2. 3.__ :' '. Ella M Holder ___._-_?:- 1.13

highway and SAID Ry. Block E, Lot 7....._.___.__ 'J. O Johnson -.._.__..___ 1.13 .
except all N or SAL Ry. Block E, Lot 10.....______._ J. O. Johnson "_,_,,,__, 1.13
except State highway Block F, Lot 6 .. ....._ "J. 0. Johnson __.__. 1.13
,R-W _._...._...._......_......___..._._._ 27 43= 28 314.. Florida Industrial Co. 17.28S Court View S-D; n S-D of '-. ;
Ih except that part of. part of Government Lot .
NW '4 of SW 34 lying 3, Section 5, beginning :. .. -
N of SAL Ry. R-W ex- nt SB corner, IV J8 ft. '
cept all that part or N. "- to beginning N C25: ft., ,
::s % of SE ,4 and NE 3'a 4 \V 420 ft., S :525: ft., E < "

of SW l lying N of SAL 420 ft. to beginning___. 5 43 20 -

R-\V ______R._._ __ 28 43 28 ..218Florida Industrial Co. 15.80 Lot 1 _... .. _._.___._.___ .._.. W.. C. Butteiwoith.,;__ l.bO
r Government Lots1 and 2 29' 43 28 84.15 Unknown '___._._..._?..__.__ 13.48E "Ilivervlew Park," a S-D '
3-4 or sw '/& of NE 1/4 of, bounded on N by Cal.
LU I- : : : and 'V Ih of W 'h or SE river. E It}' Campbell Hi..
I ,, v4 of NE 3: and W 'h S by Fraser a'e.V by !

or or'SE oNE ,4 29 43 28 50 E. S. ,foyer ._.._..._....__.__._ 2.40E Government Lot 5...,-..- 5 43 20 ,
% Boti W 'h Yof BE Lot 7 ______..___._........, Mrs. G. O. Klutz __ 1.13
of NE 1,4 34 29 43 28 10 W. E. Evan3.:; _.____.:.-. 2.84 Lot 19, _._.___ .E. W. Simmons __ 1.80 -
Government Lot 3 _.__.,.29 4, 28 32.50 Unknown _._.....,.______ 4.62 Andrews Addition to l/a-
SW % less SAL R-W less Belle Park ___--_?.._ :5 43 20 '. .
:ill that part of B\V 1/4 Block 8, Lot 1..;_.______ Nell H. Jackman' _..,... 1.13 -
lying generally N of SAL -- Block 8, Lot 2____.__.__._ F. Watts Hall_____ 5.88
.. -4 .. 29 43 28 123 Florida Indussttrlal ,$,6 Block $, Lot Chas. A. Moore
.. .. '"" 'tY'7", ','---- -- / .Co, t\-: Estate 1.13


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Block 9, Lots 12. 13, 14", 15 Hugh Shcppard ,.____ 2.49 All _..__.._.....__.........._....?.._ _.. 26 44 32 640 Fla Land & Timber Co. 41.17
"Avalon Place" S-D of NE ? of E ? of SE %_ 28 44 32 320 Earl Anderson ..____ 20.81 :
I ,? Lot 1 of NE 1of NE Vi 8 43 29 I' SE 3% of SW 14 ot SE / 28 44 32 10 :Mrs. Annie ClarkM _.._, 1.13 CO
I Lots 21, 22 __11. Mrs. Fannie *' Kaplan._ 1.80 N 3's of NE 3" _.____ 34 44 32 80. Earl Anderson _____ 6.56 .
Beginning 100' ft. Sand "Providence. City S-D" of
100 ft. W of NE corner SW 14 and W 35 ofSE

S100ft.W50ft.N100 1,4 .._...__......___..._.. 34 44 32.
ft., E 50 ft. to beginning 8 43.:3.. Unknown _......._.-;...._? 6.10 Block 20. Lots 39 to 42_ '. ; V Melvina Berry .___.__...:., 1.13
"Falrvie'w" S-D of Lots 4 : Block 26.: Lots : 23. 24___ V Cora. Thomas ._. ._.._..."__ 1.13
toDofEJofNE Vi 8 43 29 "Garfleld City S-D" of "SE _'. .
Lots 70 to 73 '_'___ Unknown .._ .___..._ 1.80 34i I ot NE 1.11 and 'E' 1h V '
("LaBclle Heights" a S-D .' 0' SE 1,4 __._ .._...._..___..._.... 3.1 4-1 32 -. elCO
of Lots 10, 11 of E V Block I, Lots 11. 12_._._....... Curtis Avant ..__.._.____ 1.13 .
of NE Vi _._._._ 8 43 29 Block I, Lots 15, 16...._...__... Kelley' Strong .._.__ 1.13 ..
Lot 4 ...L .? ,._ John W. Gallagher 1.47 Block 2, Lot 24 ..___......__ .. Laura Taylor ______ 1.13 .
Lot 13 ___.._....___.___ :Mrs. :Maude Spring__._ 1,13"Belmont" Block 4, Lots 31, 32___ H.V.. Sanford _.._._.._., 1.13 .
S-D of4i Vi ... Block 5, Lots 45, 46_.__..... \Val'ce & Ethel Banham 1.13
of NE Vi_.:__._____ _._.- 8 43 29 All ._.._.___.._.:_...._...._....... 36 144 32, 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co 41.17
Block 6, Lots 12,. 13._? J. O. Swift ._.....__.._.__ 1.13 SE 3% _._._.._+_?....."_....._....._ 27 45 32 160 Paul Blount Hardin._.. 6.56;
Block 11, Lot 4.._...--.-;.. V R. M. Cason ._,.___.... 1.13 W 3 1 of SW 3 of N'V .
Block 11, Lot 12 ___ Miss Sophia C. Moss 1.13 1of NW %._....___.._.__... 35 45 32 .5'Henry Smith _..__. ............ 1.43 .
Block 1C, Lot 3, 5_____. C. Ci Christian _._..__ 1.80 S of N 34 except S ate tO
"Adntrs Addition to Del- _, of S 3s of-SW 3 of NW .
mont" ___._____ 8 43 29 Jand N % of SW 3 V .
Lots 1 to 4 __.___ W. W. Magruder ._...__._ l.SO of NW r,i .__........_......_._..... 35 45 32 130 Unknown ____._..:_._ 11.52
"RoscnberryV S-D of NW : All except SW % of SW ,
V4 of NW Vi.. 8 43. 29 % of SE 3s and W of "

Lots 1, 2 _.*.___. ._. __ 20 Carl B. Royer._.___._ 7.23 of SW % of SW .
Lots 3 to 6 ___ Carl E. Royer ....._..?_.._._ 5.88 SW 3, and E % of SE V V_ -
592 Farms Co':__..._ 62.72
"Enjclc'wood; Terrace'' a of SE 1of SW 14.? 10 43 33 Aripeka '
S-D of .E % of SW Viand W Jof E ?6. of SW 3{__ 12 43 33 40 Alma F. Yettcr._.._.._..__ 5.88 :
N Va of SE' 2i___ 8 43 297: E 1h of E 11.1 of 'V 1/1 of' .
Section B, Lot 1___.__ Mrs. Ella R. Bryan......_ 1.13 SW % _.___....._:;;;:........_;.._ 12 43 33 20 Mrs. S. L. Lang _,_ 3.47 .
Section B, Lot 8...__ : :Mae C. Cole and 'V Jh ____._.._.._....__.__...___._. 7 44 33 320 AVm. A Boettinger_._... 24.20
i..J1'iiI)a. Jessie Sufford ..._........ 1.43 W % of SW'of NE %.... 15 H 33 20 Mrs. I. H. Turrell ____ 3.84 '
Section F, Lot 81 __ lG Bates.._..,.....,_V ___ 1.13 E Y.- _.___,_ .... _...:___ 18 4-1 33 320 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 24.20
Section G, Lot 3____ Mary Hellman ._?__... 1.13 All _......._.___...._........... ......._.._... 20 4-1 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95
Section G, Lot 50__ :Mary Hellman ..................... 1.13 E 'of SW 1,4 of NW 31_.. 23 H 33 20 Louis A. Kline ..._.._....__ 3.84 ,
Section J, Lots 1 to 73___ V Unknown _._...._.._M__.. 2.49 W 35 of NW 3Z; of' SW % 23 44 33 20 Chas. H, Butts ___.__._ 3.84
City Limit E 3s of NE '4 of SE 1/..?. 23 44 33 20 G. H. Daugherty ___ 3.84
AV % ofS1.3ofSW % NE 3% of SW ,,4_..._........._.__ 27 44 33 40 Inez M. White __.__.._ 7.23
j of SW % of NW i,4 of NE ._.____.__ .50 Matt All _.__....._.__._..____...__.. 30 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95
I % 17 43 29 CrawfordUnknown ....... ....._' 1.73
'.: All ...__._..... .._.._............_............._ 32 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95"Lincoln'
"Henry SmithV S-D of N .. .. : o
% of NAV % of SAV Square Park"No.
of NE '/1 of SAV Vi lees ;: .. : 1D ot E '/.-_.-..-? 33: 47 33
I, road R-AV on E side _._ 17 43 29 ,._ ', : Block 4, Lots 44 to 47.__ C. C. Jones ____..._ 1.13 .....
i Section B Lots 7' to-12 : Block 29, Lots 21 to 24__ Sherman Smith _..__.... 1.13
,. .. __ _._. _
"South LaBclIc" S-D of VV .... .' : --' --. 1.80 Block 45. Lots 30, 31, 32..,.. Lcttie Haham ....___.. 1.13
1 Na of N % of N Va '- ; ./:-:. .: Block 76, Lots 30, 31..?.___ Jcstina :Major _____ 1.13

,; of SE Vi of NE Vi__ 17 43 ; 29 V '> "Lincoln Square Park No.
\ 2 S-D" ofV %. ... ... ._ 3i: 17 V'V
Lots 105, 106______ C. -' -? -
D. Fisher .
___..... _..._ 1.13
Beginning 33 ft. AV and ? Block 14, Lots 12, 13_._....._. V Mrs. Hattie Bryant 1.13
'I. 25 ft. S of NE of -, .'_ r ", 7 '.. .. .. ,._._.' ... Block IS, Lots 37 to 39__ .... Oscar Lovell _....._...____... 1.13
corner .
1 N %' of S % of SE 1'f" .. -.:.; '?.....'. "I'- ,,wVV .. .:.....,.. ..'- L-'. ...oo." hiI_ :, ..'I t .I Block 25, Lot 8....______._ Homer Stevenson .........._ 1.13

,i .c.. NE ytAV 310 ft:, S 140.3 ,., ; I"Gnrfleld- I"ark' S-D. 01 "',f', '

: ft, E 310 ft., N 140.3 ft. :_, V NE ]/" __..-._.._:-__ D 48 33 j'
to beginning __.._. 1743- 29 1 Bennett Crawford _........ 2.74 Block 2, Lots 31, 32z.._.._ Joseph Springer ______ 1.13 V-L I
; "Royal Palm Estates No. V ] Block 4, Lots 37, 38____..: Ransom. Michael_ 1.13
}: 1 'S-D" o fV ys of W -Va Block 14. Lots 47. 48__ __._____....___ 1.13 ,
I of NEt of NAAr Vi except V "Ford Center S-D" ot ,
2 A. .._.._...._._.._.__....._ 17 43 29 NW '.4 ...._..............;.....__...__ 10 48 V 33 V V
: Lots 1. 2_.._.___.. Lenora C. Kopp ____..... 1.13 Block 21, Lots 1 to 5_...._ V Joseph, Neily __.____.._ 1.13
: Lots 44 to 48 .. Lenora C. '
----- Kopp .__..._ 1.80 ", V '
, ; Lots 49, 50 -.----- Mrs. Lillian C. Robinson 1.13 All north of Nlne-1UlIe I'.
: and ( .
Canal west of Road V
I "Ben Avon S-D" of Lots .
,. "
Lot 1 24.6 V .
: GGin\VofNW'/, J
I except 2.85 A. In S Vs of Lot 2 24.3 ,V V V V '.:= 0, .. I ';-1. ''. ".1 .
; Lot G .__ _...__ .. ._.._._.. 17V. 43: 29 Lot 3-B 24.2 r ', '.' .- i' '
'. "
; Lot 4.B 13.8 : : ;
Lot 61 -.------.-.- Unknown ..____...__.___ 1.13 Lot 5-B 2.7 f :'. :_ .. .
Lot 7 of E % of AV % "
I of NW 1/4 of NW %_ 17 43 -29 10 E. L. : f I fflC5 .
? Stallings ____.... 89.6 : *
"Mary Evelyn S-D" of 2.79 Total Acres ..._"_..____ 7 43 34; :90 Aripeka Farms .Co.i.:- 15.83
1 part of NE 1of SAV & V Beginning 702.6 ft E. of ... ...:.> .' ,, '
, beginning at NAV corner I N'V corner E 1405.2 ft.. _' '. V I -
I S 1,000 ..ft.'V 1405.2. N ,I..
'. NE U of SW 14 E 420 V ; V
I 1.000 ft. to beginning, V 0 L-J
ft.S518.57ft\\420ft.. '" I
VV V less a 70-ft. strip on V ;_ : '
N 518.57 ft. to beginning 18 43 29 4 ,
C.' M. Swindle_,........ -
: "Evelyn Terrace," a S-D n'. ._,. 3.30 N side ____._.__...___.__ 14 43 3430 Elbert L. Stewart 8.06 o

of SE4 of SW 2.11'18< 43 29 r 1h A. in' NE corner of SE .: .

I Lot 48 ....----.- W. J. Simpson_.._.._. ..__ 1.13 1of SW 3% of SW *.:- 14 13 34 .50 Unknown' ___..__._......... '1.43
Lot 158 Geo. A. Velie _._..___' 1.13 12 3-4 A. In NW 1/ of V
"Bell La Case" S-D of N traction N % of old Me- '

Vz of NE V4 of SE %.._ 18 43 29 ander line .__._.:.__ 23 43 34 12.75 U. S. Sugar Corp.._..,.._..._ 2.01

Block 8, Lot 1 --.--.---- V D. Widelity __._.......__ \ 1.13 NW.i of NE 3 of SW.... '/ 23 43 34 10 Julius C. Adder.._._.__._.. 3.17 f::
"Royal Palm Estates No. 'V 34 of mv %___.__....;:;.. 24 43 34 51 Fi G. Johnson _._._ 14.03 .
6"S-DofEofWY V E of NW % of NW *._._ 1 44 34 20' Unknown .._..._._.._ 3.84
of SAV 1of SE 1,4--. 18 43 29 All ...__..._..._.._-.._.,._._ 16 44 34 640 Glades Land- Corp......_._ 34.38
Block 1, Lots 6, 7_.__._... R. A. Thagara _. ....___..? 1.13 E l of NW %. of NEM3+__,17 44 34 20 Ed Sturgis _.._.____.___? 3.84
'Iloyal Palm Estates' No. \V lA of SW '44 of SW %l 33 44 34 20 E. A. Stone ._. .._._..._ 3.84
. 7" S-D of AV Vt: of Ea: W 1a! of NE 3s of SE 3i- 5 45 34 20 Anton Gillis ......__._,. 3.84 .
; of SAV Vi of SE ',11.--. 18 43 29 W 3z of SE 34 of NE 34_'. 9 45 34 20 F. O. Stone_.___. 3.84
I. Block 3, Lots 8, 9_.__ L. I'. Watts _..___.__ 1.13 E % of NE 34 of NW 3%_._: 9 45 34 20 M. G. Bates..._.__.__ 3.84 '
Block 4, Lots 4, 5___;.. Ella C. Meacham __._.._ 1.13 1 9 .45 34 20 Arnold Flintzer ___ 3.84
All V. _------. 19 43 29 623, Florida Industrial .Co.' 34.38 NEA3titf NE341oof NE 1,4.. 13 45 34 10 Silas Zwight ___ 2.49 LV
NW % of SA less RR SE4 of SW % of SE 34.. 13 45 34 10 Chas. D. Young _..._" 2.49
st. hy. --------:_ 20 43 29 480 Florida Industrial Co 27.89 E 3s of NW 1of SE 3%__ 21 45 34 20 H. Moffet ._.___._.._ 3.84 .
All less R..'V st. hy.__. 21 43 29 629 FlorIda Industrial Co. 34.38 NW '% of NW 1%-._-_- 29 45 34 40 James AV. Head _....._- 7.23 -
All less R-'V,st. hy.. except J i-aiSI\: : .. S\V 3%. of SE 3-_.-....-_-_.. 29 45 34 40 J. C. Campbell, trustee 7.23
all lying generally E of I I SW 1? of SE 31 of NW IA. 1 46 34 10 M. D. Carmichael -._.___ 2.49
state highway -.._, ..._._._. 28 43 29 23 Florida Industrial COL 2.40 NE 1,4 of NW % of SW 3 1 46 34 10 T. L. Hogan ..__.....__ 2.49
All --.---_____.._.___ 29 43 ,29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 S'V 1of SE 1of SE 1,4 1 46 34 10 Unknown ______ 2.49
All -.---.--_.._.__ ...__ 30 43 29 624 Florida Industrial Co. 31.38 'E % of SE 14 of E 3-:-.._ 9 46 34 20 G.V.. Carter, mgr._.._, 3.84
All ----__...._.._...___ 31 43 2'J 624 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 All _.__._..__,_.._._._.:.._.__._ 13 47 34 640 Unknown ....._..__.._._._ 34.38
All -..--_.-.-...__.__ 32 43 29 640' Florida Industrial Co. 34.38
All less R-'V "Townsite of Cle,rleton"
st. hy. ex-
all Block 17, Lots I, 2..___ 10 43 34 Anna IiopkinsBJ. :'
cept lying generally
.. E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00 _,f
E of State Highway_ 33 4329 54
NE _. ..__ ; Florida Industrial Co. 4.44 Block 20, Lot 10......_._._......_ 10 43 34 R. E. Kurtz attorney 2.24
14 .e, 4 44 29 160 Wm.
? Stalltngs __.._
All except NE i/f less R-AV .. 8.79 Block 27, Lots 1. 2_._. ,.__ 10 43 34 Anna :M. Hopkins- .
'.. State and --. .... _. ( .e j.'R7'f; ;. J. E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00

all Highway.E of State except .- ._-""" .,..,-I-.I.. ... rrl7't;7r.trrn! ;rv1;: !ice ;: Block 80, Lot 24.-_ 9 43 34 Unknown .._.__._..___ 1.80

IT Block 80, Lot 25...______- 9 43 34 Unknown ___..____. 1.68 ,
Highway except NE 14 4 44 29 72 Florida Industrial Co. 5.00 Qy .
All ----,--..u..___.._...._ 5 44 29 641 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 139, Lot 19__,.___ 10 43' 34 Mrs. :Mildred Wheeler 2.49
E 1/6 -Y- 6 44 29 320 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08 Block HI, Lot 3_.._.........._._ 10 43. 34 Tax Delinquent ..___.__ 1.58
tAll ----._.._._...__..__._...._, 7 44 29 608 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 152> Lots I, 2, 3___ 10 43 34 Geo. L. Espenlaub _.__ 10.75 .
, i All ----.--_..._______. 8 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 160, Lots 25, 26.._..... 10 43 34 Henry J. Oglesby_.___." 2.25
I All less R-W State Highway Block 161 Lot 30....._..__:,_ 10 43 34 Clarice W. Nowling....._ 3.97 .
except all E of Block 168. Lots E % 15, 16 10 43 31 Tax Delinquent _........_.._. 1.93 .
State Highway ..._.._......::;_... 9 44 29 65 Florida Industrial Co. 3.65 Block 169, Lot L....___.__ 10 43 34 Beryl Bowden _......:....__... 2.53
i. All .........-...-.-.-..-....-.....--.,..?-- 17 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 169. Lot 15.".?.,_........._ 10 43 34 Evelyn J. Shelley,,___ 7.14 '
All --.--_..,.____...._.-.._._ 18 44 29 602 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 172, Lot 3.._....__?__...... 10 43 34 Clewiston Realty
All ._... ..._, 19 '44 29 598 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 & Development Corp. 2.79 .
j All -.-Zl.J_...Il'.Zri; ._ ..2o 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block '172, Lot 7......_..._....._.__., 10 43 34 Gratton George _.____ '.49
, All less R-W State High- Block 172, Lot 10___...._. 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ___._.___. 1.58
way except all E of Block 172, Lot 15 _._.__.. 10 43 31 Agnes Y. Thomas.. _. 4.47 V
R-AV State Highway less Block 173, Lot 2....._...___._._ 10 43 34 D. F. Woodward _...-_ 3.06
A. L. & Imp. Co. RAV21 44 29 45 Florida Industrial Co. 3.43 Block 113, Lot 4..__.____ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent __'_'_ 1.98
All ____._.__._.__..__ 29 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 Black 173, Lot 21_.__.__ 10 43 34 Lester Harding ,_.w._.___ 3.29 .
All -___.-,,_._...._...30 44 29 598 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 173. Lot 23._.____ 10 43 34 :May S. Ames .... 19.58 V
All ---....-....._,_.____.. 31 44 29 595 Florida. Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 174 __......._.._..--.--.-..__.__ 10 43 34 Park _..___.__________ .54 .
All less R-'V State Highway Block 175, Lot 6...._....__-:10 43 34 J. AV. Jones __.__.,.__.._. 2.12
''I -.U.i-..--.--.-"..-... 32 44 29 638 Florida Industrial Co. 21.69 Block 176, Lot 3___.._______ 10 43 34 V. E. Jacobs ...__._._... 1.80
. All except Ns of N "i/4 7 45. 29 444 Florida Industrial Co. 20.81 Block 176, Lot 4......._.__ 10 43 34 Allen E. Heyson_.r 1.80 HHFRIDAY
All less R.'\V State High- Block 176, Lot 22.,.._......._.__ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _..?..__.. 1.12 :
way and except all less Block 176, Lot 23__.__ 10 43 34 D. J. Johnstone ..__._ 1.80
R-'V State Highway and Block 176, Lot 24___._ooI0 43 34 Tax Delinquent ..:_._...__ 1.80
less S % of NAV Vof I V Block 176 Lot 28.____.?....?. 10 43 34 :Madolyn Hathaway ..- 1.13 _
SW i/4 and SW % of I Block 196, Lot 20._,_____.._ 1013 34 Geo. Terrell ___.____ 2.27
SW i/4 -_.___...__..._.__.. 16 45 29 55 Florida industrial Co.._, 3.99 Block 201, Lot 11__....__....._ 9 43 3.1 Tax' Delinquent .. ..__.... 1.12
I SAV-i/4 _of SW % of SE 14 Block 202, Lots 11. 12____ 9 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon._..... 3.12
and S % of N'\V 1/4 of Block 203. Lot 1...__._..__..._ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.__._. 1.58 LJr VV
SW 1,4 of SE %-.-...._._._. 17 45 .29 Hi Ruth Ellen Hull ____ 2.40 Block 203, Lot 6._____._..__. 9 43 34 E. Rlckmeyer ..._.:.._... 2.89
AU ----...-__,_._....__ 18 45 29 590 Florida Industrial Co. 27.59 Block 204, Lot 4_.._..____ 9 43 34 "l'ax Delinquent ,.._.._..._.. 1.39
N % of N 1of,. SE ',4 Block 201, Lot .11_,.__._ 9 43 34 A. G. Farnqufst ___.., 2.i4

of NE %, of NE 1,4_._..... 20 45 2:1: 2.50 J.V... McDaniel ___......... 3.33 Block 354, Lot 29.__._....._ 16 43 34 Tax Delinquent ._....._..._. 1.22 .
S 'iI of N % of SE 3 Block 355, Lot 17_?..._..,...,_.? 16 43 34 Morris \Vigglns _..._.._ 1.13
of E 1/4 of. NE 34_... 20 45 29 2.50 Lena Ethington ...____ 1.43 Block 355, Lot 27-..___ 16 43 34 Frank Carey ._ ......_....__... 1.80
N 1h of NW 1of NE' 1,4 Block 356, Lots 25. 26.___ 15 43 U H. Burks _._____.'___.._ 1.80
and SE 3j of NW 3 of Block 357, Lots 35,36. 15 43 34 H. C. Crofts ___._ 2.51 -

NE 3s' --...__._.___.__._ 20 '45 29 30 Emory Taylor ___....._..... 3.09 Block 359, Lot 6.__...__.._.... 15 ,43 34 V So Fisher __.__.____ 1.86 ,
N 1h of SW 3% of SW 3j V Block 360. Lot 25__.._.__._.. 15 43 34 D. J. Voss .__..._.._..____ 1.80
of NE 'Ii and SE Block 361, Lot 8....____.,-?_ 15 43 34 Dr O. C. Bryan __._._.._ 1,90"lock "
I of S'V 1,4 of NE. 1,4 and \ 361, Lots 23 to 32_.. 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins _._.._.:..._ 89.52
SE 'Aof S'V 1) of SW c Block 362, Lot 32_.,_..._._ 15 43 34 :Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi. 1.90

1 % of NE 1,4 ...._.._..-._.._._... 20 45 29 17.1i0 E. D. Hull ........_............. 2.70 Block 362. Lot 36._____._.?.. 15 43 34 V. E. Jacobs _.._._._._._. 1.90 .
'V % of SW 34 of SE 1of / Block 363, Lot 10...._._.._._._ 15 43 31. John Nagcl ____._..._., 2.27
NE % ...--_-..._.,_...__.... 20 .45 23 5 E. M. C'ornett-h' 1.43 Block 363, Lot 12........._....,.._._. 15 43 3-1 Tax Delinquent __.:.._, 1.58 :
Beginning SE corner of Block 363. Lot 14........_.._..._ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent .___.._.. 2.27 V
SE ;4, N 210 ft., .W 374 Block 367. Lot 9__........._....... 15 43 34 O. H. Benson._.._..__..._.._._ 1.58 V
ft., S 210 .ft., E 37-1 ft. I Block 367 Lot 19_...__._._._ 15 43 34 D. J. Voss ..__.__._.........- 2.27
to beginning _.-......_._..__.._ 20 45 29 2.50.Marionrh eler' ....._.......... 2.03 Block 389, Lot 24______ 15 13 34 Lester Harding .......__.. 1.90 Z
All less R-W State Highway Block 369, Lot 26._.__._ 15 43 31 Lester Harding _'''_'h'''' 1.90 [
I -....-...-....----- 21 45 29 638 Florida Industrial Co. 34.68 Block 369, Lots 34, 35.._.._ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent _..______. 2.67
N lri of NW ,4_..._.__._._ 26 45 29 80 'A. G. Carr ....... .. 5:88: Block 370.. Lot 38_______._ 15 43 34 Mrs Ethel I. Button._.. 1.90 H
N'V % of SE 31 of NE ,4 21 45 29 10 E. L. Stallings?......._.._. 1.80 Block 317. Lot 10_._._..._._.. 15. 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon ___ 2.20 ,
E's of E V% or NE *; Block 377, Lots 13, 14._...._.. 15 43 31 Esther V. Hogbt'n ____. 3.34 .
': of NW4 ____..__.__ 27 46 29 10 Cecil Grainger ......,.._....__ 1.43V Block 378, Lot 19..................._.. 15 13. 34 Mabel Rankin Hay..?.. 14.03 .
: mock 381, Lot 3................._....._... .15.<43 34 E. A. Erickson _..:_...._. 2.20 :
(' \ 3s of NE 1,4 of NW 3% 27 45 29 20 Unknown ............._._ 1.80 V
: SE 1of NW 1/ .,.._._..._...... 21 45 2:1: 40 J. E. Perry _.._?____ .3.17 Block 410, Lot ,11.._....._.___ 15 43 s4 Anna Hopldns.J. .
One acre in NE corner of E. Beard3le, agt. 1.64

E 1/s of NE of NE 3,28 45 29 1 Unknown .......____....._... 2.10 Block 411. Lot 2...._..__.___ 15 13 34 Anna Hopklns- Is LJV
I'F'a"orH Ii"ehJa S-D" W 3 J. E. Beardsle3", agt.IT 1.64
ot S'V 1of S\V 1Is--- 2.5 45: 21) Block 411, Lot <1..._.._....._..::_._. 15 43' 34 Leon Ecklund ......._.__...:_. 2.03 '
Lots 12, 13, 14, 16.__._._ Harriet G. Pope ___...._.._ 1.80 Block 411, Lot 0_____. 15 43 34 A. G. I'.arnqufst .._.___...... 2.03 .
1 S .-.--.........--..-._-." 33 45 29 320 Florida Industrial Co. 14.03 Block HI. Lot 7..__.____._ 15 43 34 Anna Hopklns:1. ,
I E. Beardsley, agt 1.65 .
Beginning 520 ft. E of N'V -
of NE 14 of S\V Block 412. Lots 12, 13___ 15 43 34 :Mrs. Bessie Schuck ._. 1.13
; "r %. E 330 ft., S to S line Block 412. Lot 21.=:....._.._.__.. 15 43 34 May S. Ames ............-....._. 2.39
of. NEV 330 ft. N Block 412. Lots 26, 21___ 15 43 34 Aaron D. Francis ......? 3.20
f Block 415, Lot 40..__.__._._ 15 43 3.1 Lester Harding _...........__..... 1.90
p i to begInning -.__.___... 34 45. 29 10 Mrs. J. A. Stephens ,..."...... 2.83 Block 423, Lots 23. 24...... 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent ......_..._.., 1.89 : -
i ,: N\V 1of SW 3i ___ 34 45 29 40 Cortez L. Campbell _...._
""' '" 3.17 Block 448, Lot 24_.._..__._.. 15 43 34 Clewiston Home Bldg.
c 1.. S'V %, of SE 1,4 of NW 135 45 23 10 J. L.. Taylor ___--'.. 1.13 Association ......................... 5.2!! .
h r SW 3. of SW 3s___.____.___. 35 45 29 40 Mrs. Ellie N. Perry_ 1.50 Block 451, Lot 8.____._. IG 43 34 Clewlston Realty & .
r is All except NW 34 of NE Development Corp....._. 1.88 .
f. 3d and NE % of NW 3 Block '495, Lot 10_._.__ :;. 16 43 3.t Mary L. Portteus_._._...._. 2.57 "' '
l and Lot 1 Y'-.__._._.._._._.. 7 43 30 114 Florida Industrial Co. 7,83SW Block 5055' Lot 7- .:..____ 16 43 1011'S Iioldsworth ...__." 1.13 .
1/4 of NE1/ ... 16 43 30 40 Harry Rogers __ 3.8t 4.
: t' All unsurveyed _......._..._... 1 43 31 57 Unknown _,..__.__.____ .7.23 .. I
: All unsurveyed __.__.__.?_.. 2 43 31 68 Unknown __._.._._._ 7.23 FRANK A. DAUGHERTY,
; i N % --.....-....----..-.- 12 44 32 320 C.- J. Kirk __"._........____ 20.81 I
r rJ W is of N\yr'1A_ of NW. 116 44 32 20 David Uhl 'V----- 3.84 Tax ,Collector, V 'V V'-

All w.._.._.._____..._._._...._...___ 24' -if 32 640 Fla. Land 'fTilnber Co. 41.11 Hendry County, FJ.rlda. ,00

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TEXT-Dan.. 1:8-16. 19, 20; I
CHAPTER Continued by." Her hostess obviously aston- a matchless Kimberley diamond, rather, astonishingly well in- Cor. 92427. '
-13- ished at the call was leading her the "good-by present" of a womanin formed." GOLDEN TEXT-Every man that striveth
After a while she drew the manu into a small, tidy,living room. Nora far off Cape Town. Nora was forced to laugh at this for Cor.the 9:25.PRIMARY mastery. Is temperate In all things.I

script from its envelope. For week: had not expected, surprising neat Don kissed the palm of that work- merited attack. TOPIC-How Daniel Pleased
Nora had been too worn and tired ness. Then she saw that the wom- worn hand, and said, addressing his !"I've taken pains to be," she ad- God.
to peruse the articles her husband an herself looked neater-more self- small son: ,"She's a wonder, isn't mitted honestly. "Not to deceive INTERMEDIATE JUNIOR TOPIC-Ten AND Times SENIOR Strong.TOPICIn -

. 'was sending out. Now, reading critically respecting, and continued: "We she?" you, Don, or to put something over Training for the Game of Life.
her heart sank still lower, leave for home tomorrow; and I've "A perfec' wonder," agreed the on' you in an unguarded moment, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
I The editor was right. This wasn't on never half thanked you for all you baby; and ,they both laughed before but because I had to know just Liquor's Effect Upon Working Efficiency.

,of Don's joyous narratives. It wa did for us." Don questioned: "Where's brother where we stood. ,I'm not asking you
the work :of a harassed half sick "You don't need to, lady." The vanished to?" to settle down forever, dear (How Personal efficiency is a subject

(man, driving himself on because the voice sounded a shade breathless. Nora glanced down the beach to could! you earn a living in such a which is receiving much attention
need of money was imperative. "It wasn't nothing. I -" The where a small boy in a scarlet spot?), but I'm homesick for a placeto in our day. There has never beenso "

Part of the thousand dollar I woman, seated across the little bathing suit ,was beginning opera- call my own-a refuge in timeof much accurate and usable infor
i James Lambert had tucked into her room, arose suddenly. "I heard you tions on a tunnel that' was to reach need-a, nook to hold the lovely mation as we now have regarding -
'I gold mesh bag had paid the charges folks was pullin out tomorrow and "Aunt Connie way over in Capril""He's things we just can't help collectinga diet, exercise, and medical care.
{jat the nursing home in London. I got somethin' for you-a-:-a sort constructing a subway to it- haven when there's a baby to The mind as well as the body has

I The rest (long saved for an emergency o' good-by present, if you don't aly, I' believe. The U. S. A. agrees 'be born. It's no fun bringing a come in for attention and scoresof
), melted away during the mind. I was goin' to carry it over with the kiddies, doesn't it?" This child into the world during a storm books are available on the de-
and full of the
[months of sickness in South Africa. after dark. question, innocent in itself, was, as at' sea, as-as I did Jimsy." velopment use pow-
i Dreading to run up bills, Nora had Toucnea, and a trifle puzzled, developed later, merely an open Don looked at her in silence for a ers of personality. Some of these
paid the Cape Town doctor at every Nora watched her open a bureau ing. "Even this single month has moment. When he ,spoke there wasa are trash, but others are helpful.
visit, not realizing that if the man drawer and take out a small box made a difference in them," Nora trace of finger in his voice. Business is co-operating with the ,,
i tied with a bit of scarlet ribbon. school and the home in giving boys '
possessed a conscience he would continued, ''choosing her words, with "Are you implying ,that I don't
doubtless have deducted something "Will-will" you promise me somethin' care. "Jimsy has gained a pound, know it? That ''I underestimate the and girls the opportunity to grow
? she asked, her voice still and Donald two. I almost dread, up to be useful and happy membersof
from the sum total.' There had been horror of that experience-for you
shaken. society. The church adds its important -
'medicines, too, expensive medi- my dear? Do you think I'd have
not? said Nora. "Weren'tyou
cines; and nourishing food that "Why Don moved scan her face for a risked waiting so long to sail (even contribution, although we
real friend in time of need
a ? moment.fll've must confess that it is far from what.
;cost real money. And now Don, stealthy though we thought there was timeto
!burning the candle at both ends in "Friend! echoed the woman a been rather expecting that, (spare) if we hadn't been so damnably it might be by the grace and powerof

;a desperate effort to provide for nervous. "Well, unsteady lady, it's laugh this escapingher. I want: my dear," he said. hard up that I felt I must God.I. .

:his loved ones, was failing to make Promise you, won't open this box till Nora laughed, touching his handas squeeze every possible shilling out A,Sound Mind in a Sound body

''good. She would'not show him that you're out at sea; and-and that if to reassure him of'South Africa? Why, I even con- (Dan. 1:8-16, 19, 20).
letter. She could not. "Afraid I'll turn domestic? she sidered earlier Daniel and his three
sending Hebrew
you won't never try to get it back_ you on companions
What Nora did was to sit downat to me, noways." "queried lightly. alone, Nora, and was afraid you had been brought to Baby-
the kitchen table, spread out the "You are domestic asserted couldn't stand the lon
"That's easy, smiled Leonora, trip with the boy as captives, and were there
rejected manuscript and proceed to Don. "That's one of the ,reasons to)ook after! I wonder chosen
anxious to put the other at her ease. you've the to enter the royal school for
:imbue it with the missing charm. "Why should I want to send it why I love you. You can create least conception of how I felt that 'future service at the court. Every

And because she knew her hus- back?" night when you woke me to say that I provision was made for the students

band's style so well-because she "You'll know when you see it. things were imminent and I found i chosen for that' school. Their diet,

had listened spellbound while he Your man might not like to have the ship ,rocking like a cradle and I however, included not only meat
talked of his adventures, she did it you take it-from me, you know. the only doctor on board too sick which was unclean to the Jew but

superbly. Her tired eyes lighted as But you tell him that if I was to with fever to lift his head off the wine, which Daniel knew to be un
she read it over, knowing by in- kick off sudden some guy would pillow.. I-I was sick myself, Nora, desirable. It took holy boldness to

stinct "that her work would "get steal it off me most likely. And-: sick with fear, I mean, remembering ask to be excused from that which
across. And then'she made the and I wanter give it to you=most what you went through before. the king had prescribed, but Daniel
wisest move of all: wrote simply more'n I ever wanted anything. I-" You don't know me if you think I'd was blessed not only with courage,
and honestly to the
London editor she ,hesitated, then broke out pas- let you take a chance like that but with tact and courtesy. A ten-
(she had to check herself
the'letter from be- sionately: "Say! you're the first again. You don't-" day test of a simple diet and water
ginning "Dear
lifepreserver" good woman that's spoken a kind "Oh, come!" broke in Nora, smil- proved so successful that the plan
!), confessing what she word to me for 15 years! I'm dirt ing a little. "One would think I'd was continued. At the end of the
had done to this Cape Town Letter
him to 'em all; but if they ,knew how I accused you of neglect! And I didn't three-year course the Hebrews were
-telling something of the
foreseen troubles which had 'un-descended got this way- Well," her voice need a doctor with that marvelous not only physically stronger but
dropped, dully-"that don't matter ) rvJ Norwegian nurse you dug up from mentally and spiritually superior.The .
on them-agreeing to watch
now. I'm used to it. But keep lit hi 4'ir the and
over her husband's work you among passengers my ca experience of 'Daniel and his
that safe lady. I it hon,! pable'husband who took her orders
quite frankly of the reason,why they come by ,- brethren is not just an incident
must return to England at the time est. A man give it to me once- like a soldier. It's you, who's the eagerly grasped at by "blue-nosed reformers" -
planned. And at'the end: "You will the: only "decent fella I ever wonder of the family Don. You to prevent their neighborsfrom
knew never let me see that
understand, of course, why you were "enjoying" intoxicating liquor.
must send no answer to this letter you; And next,morning, a bright, clear 'Ck" nervous-not: for, a minute. I. re- The testimony of science, of business,
but if in its present form you find morning as if Cape Town were doing member thinking: 'Don wouldn't be of 'experience in all ages, proves
the article available for publication, its best to overcome an unfor- Ifyp so; calm if things weren't going that the use of even an amount of ti:

kindly forward a check to Mr. Ma- tunate impression, they set forth in right'; but I was frightened just alcohol so small that the user does

son as soon as possible ." a second-class cabin (Oh, shades of, the same, terribly frightened, especially not feel its presence materially
"And never let anyone persuadeyou Leonora Lambert!) on what was when the storm was at its "reduces endurance, accuracy, and
," she said months later when to be a most momentous voyage. height and my vivid imagination rapidity of muscular action of all

Don learned the truth, "that Eng- Safe in the depths of Nora's hand- pictured the ship just ready to go kinds" (Emerson). It so cuts down
,lishmen, for all their cold exteriors bag lay a small white box tied witha -' down. And if everything hadn't the ability to think clearly and to

haven't the warmest hearts in scarlet ribbon. The English boy, been normal this time-Well, let's react promptly to danger that it is
the whole world!" For just when reluctant to see ,them go, was on 'fr.r forget that possibility. Let's getback absolutely taboo with such respon-
her husband was beginning to worry the wharf. His was the last, face to the barn." sible workers as railroad engineers. !

about the missing check, a letter ar- they saw in Cape Town. His the "Let's get back to the barn." "Pony?" questioned James Lam- It is not a stimulant, but a narcotic, \
rived bearing the familiar heading.The last voice they heard. Above the bert Mason with what, appeared to which dulls the nerve centers. Dr.

editor it seemed, had learnedof confusion of departure it reached a home in the barest of hotel rooms, his admiring father as rare intelli- Edward Rosenow says, "The use

his contributor's recent illness, them clearly: "Good-by and Good darling. Haven't I seen you do it gence. of alcohol as a beverage is never
regretted it deeply, and suggestednot Hope!" South Africa's farewell to numberless times? Haven't I 'seen "You hear that, Nora?" he asked justified. There is no such thing ?as

trying to write till he was quite the departing voyager. v you take a tumble-down villa over- grimly. "Why, even the, kiddie understands the right use of beverage alcohol."

himself. Enclosed was a check for looking the Lake of Como, and with that a barn's intended to Such information as the above is
the last article (an especially good How near, and yet how infinitely the aid of a couple of Italian blan-. shelter only cattle." available in publications of temperance

one),, as well as for the three to fol- far away that year seemed now! kets and a brass candlestick trans- Nora laughed. organizations, books by vari-

low, "on,which, my dear fellow, you Thus mused Nora as she watchedthe form it into such a place of peace "Since when have ponies been ous writers, and even in publica,
are at liberty to take your time." rising tide encroach, slowly, but and beauty that even Mussolini (if considered cattle, darling?" tions by state liquor commissions. f

And with kindest regards to Mrs. surely, on their resting place. What he had the good luck to get inside), "Oh, you, may laugh,". said Don, It is published in and
Mason, he remained very cordially things one lived through and would cease to dictate for a mo- and his wife knew instantly that magazines and circulated'' by safety

indeed emerged from unbroken! And here ment and let himself relax? If we something hurt him, "but when ]I organizations and insurance com-

"But how in thunder," asked Don, they were where they started life were to occupy an igloo in the Ant- remember all you gave up for-for panies. Yet, unbelievable as it

lifting' puzzled eyes from this wel- together; she and Don, back at "the arctic, I've 'no doubt you'd make it me, Nora, the thought of your liv- seem, the use of liquor is on may the t
come missive "did the old boy shack;. a very crowded dwelling so attractive that the penguins ing in a stable-" increase.II. .
learn'that I've been sick? And why place, "because," said Don, regarding would stand 'round begging to come "The Christ Child was born in a
does he lug you in all of a sudden?" Carl Venable's last gift to Nora in! You are a wonder, Nora, .just stable. Daddy.- Success in Life Calls for Self-
"Well don't ask !" "because dear with I observed both turned startled Control ,(I Cor. 9:24-27): t
me responded my .a baby- as a moment since. Why, I They not
Nora so guilelessly that for the grand and two grand babies, I'll wager you could take that ;, having heard the approaching feet Paul delighted in illustrations
time being Don hadn't a suspicionof there's hardly room to come in out weather-beaten old barn back there of their elder son. He stood behind taken from the athletic field. He

her intrigue. of the rain!" beyond the dunes and make a homeof them, his scarlet bathing suit a talked of running a race, of fightinga 3
After that things really did im- Yet Leonora was so happy at be- iU"! patch of gorgeous color against the good fight He knew the athlete's

prove. The tensiop lessened. Don ing home again-so lost in ecstasyover "I could!" said Nora. dunes, his big, brown eyes regard- need of keeping his body under.

did better work. The little son was the piano, that nothing else Two words. Two words spoken ing his parents soberly."So The onewho serves his school or
growing rosy; and Nora, rested her- seemed of the least consequence. It with such a triumphant ring that in He was," said Don, and athletic'association in physical competition -
self, admitted (although it went was a long, long cry from that day a flash Don comprehended things pulled the scarlet figure down on his gladly surrenders his per-
against the grain to do sol!) the six years before when she had re- that had been puzzling him: a recent knee. Across the child's dark head sonal liberty to the guidance of the

surpassing beauty of Cape Town garded mere cobwebs and the lack preoccupation on the part of his eyes met Nora's. This serious coach. ,He eats carefully sleeps full
harbor the grandeur of Table : of running water with such keen Nora; a 'day when he found her first-born theirs, whose five short nights, exercises consistently, and

mountain rising majestically behind I dismay. What inconveniences hadn't staring; dreamy-eyed, at the old, years had been spent almost entirely above all does not use alcohol in

the city. she put up with in those six years? barn; a trip ,to the Port that among elders, possessed an any ,form. Listen to the words of
Thus a day arrived when she Nora smiled at the thought, and observed seemed unnecessary uncanny way of getting at the heart great athletic coaches-Yost: "I !
braved the eyes of a scandalized abruptly: He sat up suddenly; deposited his tf things. Sometimes it awed them, would not waste my time trying to

community, and stopped at the "What a parlor ornament I ,once outraged baby on the sand, and exploded as it did now. train or develop one who uses al
house'of a woman who, like a ministering was, Don! Do you remember'that with undue violence: "Nora "Cows?" questioned the baby, cohol. Stagg: "Coaches and trainers r-I

angel, had appeared one until you brought ,me to the shack you can't mean it! You're crazy! and sat 'down again this time on are dead against the use of alcoholic f.F
chill, gray dawn to offer help. I'd never known the want of a kitchen That hideous old stable!" Nora., liquors, even beer. !'
"Whoever sees me will be horrified ": (TO BE CONTINUED)
"It's a lovely stable, defended Paul rightly points out that all [
I suppose, she said to Don, Don turned his head and without Leonora "and it for almost -
we can buy Meaning of White chapel these sacrifices are made by men 'F
after all should
"but why that
mat- disturbing their younger son, who nothing. The owners movedto .Whitechapel .is a parish and par- for what is but a transient earthly f
ter? I at the
was breaking point sat astride him
reached out and Portland years ago when the liamentary district, east of the nu- crown. How much more should we
when she helped me out, you know.It lifted one of Nora's hands, her right house burned, Don. They're tiredof cleate city of London. It is one of do for the sake of our: souls. Temperance ;
wouldn't be decent
her." not to say I hand. It was the delicately formed, paying taxes and waiting for -a the poorest portions of the metropolis instruction may well stress -- f
.good-by sensitive hand of a musician-long- summer colony to spring up next and was formerly notorious for the physical and .mental degradation !
"Of course it wouldn't.. Don fingered, slender. Nothing could door and boom land values.
They'lltake its criminal population. From 1888 that follows the use of alcohol,
turned from locking a steamer mar its perfect contour; yet it was $300 for the whole placeanacre to 1891 it was the scene of the but above all let us teach boys and i
trunk to add: "I'll go with you, also the hard, brown hand of a the broad Atlantic
wom- facing atrocities of Jack the Ripper. Within girls that its use has sent countless ;t
. dear. an who had labored at tasks that Imagine that! And the barn's its boundaries are the tower of, souls to eternal punishment and sep- (
But Fate had other plans. Be- leave their scars. It was a hand thrown in. 'They don't consider it London and London hospital. It is aration from God. We should be t
cause of some error about their that had "
washed innumerable worth mentioning.
intersected by Whitechapel road. deeply moved by the loss of personal .--
stateroom Don was called away; dishes; scrubbed floors; patched; "It's not," said Don. His face The name is derived from a former efficiency, but what shall we fi '
say -
and Nora went alone. darned; ironed; but on one finger was just a bit forbidding. "And it medieval chapel, whence all distances about the loss of a soul? \.-.! -
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: I r Contests Just for Fun I I Wrong---*Again! He A gentleman was Gentleman kind has and just courteous PassesA passed, on.respectful I For Safety Sake I

} APPEARS some pupils to his superiors and in- 'CCUTTn G-IN" as an accident
IT dulgent to his inferiors.He cause can be eliminated if
... .........._. .....-.::':': ,.,"" '"":....u '. <'.....,..,.."... .....x".....7."A".."" <.''l =,.... .. .,w I II II II II Il time"no", as all witness the questions the following at test had courage without bluster .motorists will remember that
answers: and pride' without vaunting. safety requires waiting until the
He was a loyal friend and a devoted car just passed can be seen in' .J
"A hostage is, a lady who en- companion.He the rear view mirror before turn-
tertains visitors." never' picked a quarrel nor ing back into the same traffic lane. I
'Etc.' is a sign to make fled from a fight. Thinking about one thing while
you believe more than you do." He loved little children and delighted doing another causes accidents.On .

"Mussolini is a sort of strong in their enjoyment.He long trips, get out of the car
material used by women who was generous and never frequently and "stretch your
sew: critical. legs." Tired muscles react slowly.
"Dust is mud with the juice. His name was "Hurley" and hewas Speed must be consistent with
squeezed out." a sheep dog, eleven years volume of traffic, condition of road .
And one little fellow said: old.He and time of day, even if laws allow -
lived died
happily, serenely,
The trouble with problems is a greater speed. Neyer drive,',
and left volume of
a satisfying
a., c 'I J4 :o you work just as hard to get so that you cannot stop quickly
memories. Fullerton (Calif.)
< 'em wrong as to get 'em right!" News-Tribune.- enough to meet any emergency.

jI Good ReputationThe Danish exporter, who will, Origin of ."Stateroom" '
through his co-operative organization The word "stateroom" is '
I co-operative marketing sys- trace it back'' to 'the farmer, sup- .
posed to have originated with
I tem of Denmark, is said to be one who in turn can identify the hen
Shreve in
Capt. the early days'of
of the finest organizations of its that laid it and speak to her aboutit. travel the
on Mississippi. He 'was
kind A ."
anywhere. contemporarysays
the first to put wooden partitions
: "So,thorough are the inspec-
between the sleeping quarters on
tion system and bookkeeping thatis the river boats, and he, followed
l- part of it that it is a Danish A Happy Home this by building separate rooms.
boast that should anybody encoun- Happy the house that sheltersa He named each room for a statein
4 \ ter a,bad Danish egg at his break- friend! It might well be built, the Union. It was the custom
fast table in London, Paris or Ber- like a festal bower or arch, to en- for a passenger to ask: "Which
lin he can send it back to the importer tertain him state I "'
\ ., lrI : for a single day.- am in? Soon such quar-
I who will transmit it to the Emerson. ters were known as staterooms. ,

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I CONTESTS are a 'great Y "American summer-institution. The above old I > .. -
. beauty contest was ruined by an invasion of youth? ,
but it was still fun. Below, Joe ,
I Constamagna ran three and a quar- I :,y'',N F'r 2
ter miles to win a waiters' race in 4}! o?%
San Francisco, balancing a glassof 'aY'4 k \ r gy'xaFu i a.%'' y 9 tit r,.rr,
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The Clewiston News Owen Winn(19)! vs ByeD. \ MRS. THOMAS IS IIOSTESSS AT Sausage Tree BloomsIn

M. Dickinson(20) vs H. O. AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB ,itI;

Mitchell(26)A. -- 1 Moore Haven '

Published every Friday in Clewiaton,' L. Hackett(17) VE Bye J. Personals ] Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertained 1

Inc.Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS, Mrs. Don' Young(35) vs Robert members of the Wednesday after- -,

Creech(16)W. noon bridge club at her home In (Moore Haven Democrat) ..

C. Prewitt(16) vs CV. the Schult apartments this' week. At the C. C. Klutts residence:' on -

KEATHLEY BOWDEtf, Editor Parkinson(17) Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mahon have Mrs. Ivey Pafford won high prize, Avenue L, between that and the __

I W. C. Owen(12) vs Mrs. L. C. moved to LaBelle to \make their Mrs. L. C. Miller cut, and Mrs. T. Methodist parsonage. is a very '

Entered as second class mall matte Betzner(35)Louis home. B. Shelley low prize. Mrs. Paf- rare tree now starting to blossom.It .
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In
Clewieton, Florida, under the Act ot Gold(12) vs Emmett Shel ford's prize was a sheet, Mrs. Mil- is known as the "Sausage" tree.

March 3, 1897.Subscription. ley(6) Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Scott of ler's a pair of pillow cases and The blossoms are very pecular, in "

Moore Haven were Sunday visitorsin Mrs. Shelley's a hand-drawn hand- shape and size something similarto

Bate S2.OO Per Tear.AdvertUlnsr WilSon' and Thomas Clewiston. kerchief. the Easter lily, outside coloring "

Rate On Application. Chicken salad with hot rolls and ;being yellowish green with dark

-- Keathley Bowden rteurned Wed- iced tea were served by Mrs. Thomas [green veins, the inside a deep
(Continued from 1)
Devoted to the advancement and welfare page nesday from a business trip to to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. magenta with light green pistils.

of Clewiston and Hendry County. I nation. Tampa and Clearwater.Mr. .' Miller, Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. M. E. ![The blossoms hang pendant, on a
Hendry county gave Stubbs amajority
Yenawine, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. (I I vine-like stem 3 to 4 feet long,
I voting him 567 to 408 ,
and Mrs. Gordon Mobley are W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Shelley and with 8 to 12 blossoms to the stem.

Death of Evans- for Wilson, while Watson drew leaving today for Ocala where they ,Mrs. K. Bowden. )After' the blossom the "fruit" takes

53 more votes than Thomas poll- will be the guests of friends for I: the form of a sausage, about one
ing 456 to Thomas' 403. Mat "
From several days. 1 and one-half inches in diameterand
( Page 1) thews' count was 631. MEETING MONDAY TO
eight to ten inches long. It
name. Later Thomas McE. Johnston, In district 2 LaBelle, Stubbs and PLAN SUMMER SCHOOL
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee had is not known if the fruit is edible.
O. B. Simmons and W. G. Trox- Wilson, tied with 119 each. Dist-
as their guests for the week-end, The tree has only blossomed once ,
ler became firm members. rict 3, LaBelle, Stubbs 209, Wilson Because of many requests for -
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jackson and before, some years ago. The true
Mr. Evans made an invaluable 144; Clewiston, Stubbs 134, a summer school Mr. Herring and '
son Dennis, of Fort Myers. botanical name is not known. It
contribution to the legal profession Wilson 100; Felda, Stubbs 40, Wilson I Mrs. Thomas will be at the schoolon ''Is
understood that the tree is
of Florida when as presidentof 34; Denaud, Stubbs 65, Wilson Monday morning at 9:::00 'clock
Mrs. Stewart McFarlane of Santa native to the island of Madagascaroff
the Dade County Bar Associ- 11. and urge all students who are
Clara province, Cuba, is spendingsome the east coast of Africa. .
ation he became active in the state District 2, LaBelle, gave Thomas interested in a six week's summer
time in Clewiston visitingMr. The origin of this tree goes back
bar association. In 1926 he was 100, Watson 104; district 3, La- school to meet them at the school
and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg.Mr. into the pioneer days of Moore
elected president of the state group Belle, Thomas 129,. Watson 167; building at this time. If the de- '
Haven. In 1923 the town sufferedits
and under his guidance the state Clewiston, Thomas 116, Watson mand is sufficient, the summer
and Mrs. L. M. Durrence first disastrous inundation,
bar association became a power 109; Felda, Thomas 37, Watson school will begin immediately.The .
have returned from a visit of which covered the ground from
for good in the profession. Until 30, and Denaud, Thomas 21, Watson purpose of summer school
several days with relatives andfriends September until about Christmas, .
his election the affairs of the or- 46. will be to permit junior and senior
in Wauchula and Bradenton. with a consequent killing out of all I
ganization were at a low ebb. One New Commissioner Elected high school pupils to repeat work '--,
shrubbery and ornamental plants.
Mr. Evans became counsel for Herbert O'Bannon will remain failed or incomplete. In a few
On behalf of the Woman's Club
landowners in the Everglades soon county commissioner of district 2 instances where a student is behind -

after his arrival in South Florida LaBelle, defeating his opponent, J. The Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor 'with his school work, he will beautification committee, of which

and with his usual intensity and Olien Davidson, by 15'votes in a spent a few days in Orlando the I be allowed to take one new subject Mrs. Klutts was chairman, Mr.
week visiting Mrs. Klutts, then City Clerk, contactedthe
enthusiasm he familiarized himself count of 132 to 117 in the run-off I first of the I but in no case will a student be
sister Mrs. N. P. Clay- U. S. Bureau of Plant Hus-
Taylor's ,
with the area and studied its con- primary Tuesday, while Blitz Weg- allowed to take enough work to
who has been ill. bandry in Washington for co-oper-
ditions and its needs. His has man edged out the incumbent baugh, promote him.
ation in the
restoring ornamental
been the guiding hand which start- Mark Poole for county commissioner The cost per pupil will be deter-
O. C. Benbow of Bradenton plants. In the early summer of ;
the vote Mrs. mined by the number of subjects
the process of unravelling of district 3 by a ,of
'is visiting her son, C. O. Benbow 1924 this Bureau shipped a car- .
Everglades reclamation problem. 210 for Wegman against 171 for taken. However, a minimum of
here and Mrs. F. M. load of plants, trees and
and family shrubbery.
After the creation of the Ever- Poole. In the race for school $2.00 per week will be charged
Barbee in Moore Haven for several The _Chamber of Commerce sponsored -
glades Drainage and Flood Con- board member district 2, Dillon I each summer school pupil. If the

trol districts he served as attorneys Hall won over A. L. Taylor whenhe weeks. demand does notjustify it, there j an arbor day and one Thursday ,

for them for several years polled a total of 351 against will be% no summer school, so all afternoon early in June the

and since that time hase been Taylor's 264.0'Bannon .' Mrs. Carl H. Berner and son, who are interested are urged to I entire townspeople turned out and

special counsel on occasions. At held the lead from"' the Bobby, were Wednesday visitors in be present Monday morning. planted the shrubbery acording to \

the time of his death he was still Venice. Carline Berner, who spenta a plan previously worked out by o
beginning, as did Wegman and
engaged in plans for the accomplishment week at a girls' camp there the beautification committee. Avenue -
Hall. O'Bannon is rounding out MRS. HILL HONORED
of a bond refunding I returned with them. L was planted to Royal_ Palms,
his fourth In office AT BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs.
and is
year .. Avenue M to ficus ora (golden fig)
for the Everglades Drain- J --
program now assured of another term. For -......-
district. Harry Biers arrived this week etc. Subsequent inundations killeda
age Wegman, this is his first adventureinto the Fred I.Hill was honoreeat
from Sarasota to assist in final large number of these plantings,

Many local people attended the politics. Dillon Hall is a preparations for the opening of a' farewell party given by Mrs. and the 1926 hurricane practically '" ",

funeral In Miami yesterday and school trustee and will serve as a the Clewiston Inn, where he will Claude L. Downs and Mrs. J. W. finished what had survived. Today, H-',; ',:,>:

several men, prominent in the member of the school board for I ', '
and Ezelle at Ole home of Mrs. Ezelle there '
industry served as honorary be employed as book-keeper are only a few of this origi-,
sugar first time.
desk clerk. Tuesday. Guests were Invited for nal planting left, the rare sausage
pall bearers. i (I ...
..- luncheon at one o'clock and for tree at the Klutts residence and
The death of W. I. Evans is a -
FOR RENT-Furnished garage Miss Eunice Meredith has returned bridgeafterwards.. the golden figs growing beside theCity -
great loss to the Everglades section. apartment with water and elec- A lovely white handbag was pre- -
to her home after an absence Hall and In the park at the

tric light service included. SeeF. of several weeks. She visited sented by the hostesses to Mrs. canal.

Lists L. Williamson or call 376. i Hill. Mrs. Stewart McFarlane, whois
Large Entry -" I.her sisters, Mrs. R. H. Rowan in I I Mr. and Mrs. Klutts state that ,

I Jacksonville, and Mrs. Clyde Byrd i the guest of Mrs. Herman they will be very glad to have any-

I tin Wilmington, Delaware, and also Scharnberg received linen handker- one desirous of seeing this rare
(Continued from page 1) FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs; chiefs. Mrs. McFarlane also received -
tree do It is in view
visited in Birmingham, Atlantic so. plain ,
Kirk of Belle Glade and both will bedroom suitable for one or two City and New York. the high score prize at I, growing beside the front porch.,

shoot under the same handicap.The persons. Phone 376 or call at I cards, a crystal pitcher. Second St far as is known there are only ,-

entire entry of 57 are grouped premises. F. L. Williamson. prize, a hurricane lamp, was won '
Billy Prewitt was a patient in I' two other such trees in the State, tone
into flight to I by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and set
one give every- a the
Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort on Deering estate in
one equal chance at the top prize. of salt cups, the cut prize, was
last week. Cocoanut Grove Ar-
of and in
Myers the later part one ....
First round losers will make up J. M. CO USE //won by Mrs. F. Deane Duff
He has his tonsils removed, and cadia. :_
another flight. Additional trophieswill Guests were Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Mc
Counselor and Law following his discharge from the
be given for all flights as the Attorney at Farlane, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, ,Mrs.R. -
week-end at Fort
hospital spent the -
tourney progresses, all prizes being Hopkins Building Y. Patterson, Mrs H. A. Bestor, HENS FOR SALE-75 cents each. ,
Myers beach with his parents, Mr. '
donated by the Duval organizationof Wednesdays and Saturdays Mrs. W.. C. Prewitt, Mrs., Herman Mrs. Fred Topper. \_
Prewitt and Benny.
and Mrs. W. C. .
West Palm Beach. 0:30 to 4:00AGENT Scharnberg, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. \ ,

F M. Wright Mrs. O, F. Schiffli,
Following are the pairings: Miss Maxine Doty and Elizabeth : ,
Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J F. ',.
First round pairings, Champion- Winn and Jo Ann Crouch, returned :

ship Flight: Wednesday from Venice where ,Curry. Furivitiiie and Homu fc-urnlshings :

0. G._ McWhorter(4), vs ParkerT. L., B. Mershon they spent a week at'a girls' PHILCO RADIOS

Wilson(28) camp. Mrs. M. l\Ir Prewitt also COMMUNITY CHURCH ;

N New York Life came home, on Wednesday with I -/
H. J. Harris(30)) vs _F. D. Duff I Household Furnishings ,
(13) the girls, but returned Thursdayfor Forest C. Taylor, Minister :

Insurance CompanyARCADIA another week at camp. Next Sunday evening the sermon Inc. .. ,.,
H. C. VanLandingham(16) '
) ,
FLORIDA subject will be, The Personality of ",
Mrs. O. G. McWhorter(26) <<
) Mrs. E. C. Pearson and sons of Christ. This will be the third In BELLE GLADE FLORIDA

Luther Jones(17) vs Mrs. E. M. Lake Worth: and Miss Christina a series of three sermons, the other :: :1

VanLandingham( ,Pearson, who is secretary of young two were on the subjects, The :

Mrs. H. O. Mitchell(35)) W.t.l I i[people's work in the Presbyterian Church in the World, and The Individual I J. S. CAMPBELL .. : i
FrankBreen(35)) vs synod of Florida, were callers at Believer. The public is .. 'c''''''
Dickinson(26) Good FarmLand the manse last Sunday afternoon. very cordially invited to worshipin Jeweler & WatchmakerAll ',: '::,::\
Bud Vaughn(20) vs R. Jaren ,
the Sunday
I Miss Pearson visited the Community Church. Even-
(30) ...
school at Lake Harbor and discus- ing services are held at eight Kinds of Jewelry Repairs -- <

B. E. Herring(29)), vs Arthur red the young people's conference o'clock and the Sunday school '

Wells(8) which is to be held next month in meets every Sunday morning at Optical Repairs :

John Thomas(11) vs Dr. W. J. I the Indian River hotel in Rock- nine forty-five. AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP -

White(15) _
for Rent \ledge. Miss Pearson was accompanied -
Bye vs Dave Alston(20)Mrs. Doolittle of -
by Miss Janet I ':"

John Harris(33)( ) vs Ed'Vou- West Palm Beach. NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT 1937 EVERGLADES ;-,
H. J. Stein(26) vs K. Bowden LINDA ANN LEE CELEBRATES2ND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all lands delinquent on June Gth. -
1938, for non-payment, of EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for .- "
(16) I BIRTHDAY WITH PARTYLittle the year 1937 or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
Bill Owen(13) vs Bye I due for taxes on said tends for said year together with the cost of sale

John Harris(12) J.: B. Jones specified In the laws governing said District, will be sold at public auction ;
vs Linda Ann Lee, whose beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day of June. 1938, at the --. '

(22) second birthday occurred yesterday, front door of the Court House In the City of LaBelle, Florida, and continuing ..,
TrespassersWill .
until said sale is completed.A
James Winn(26)) vs Bye celebrated in the afternoon with complete list of such delinquent lands is available for public Inspection ,'

Mark Challancin(26) .vs Tom Be at which her mother, Mrs.R. during the business hours at the office of the Tax Collector for
a party
Shelley(7)Larry the County of Hendry In the Court House at LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries F i)
I J. Lee entertained a group of as to lands Included in said delinquent list, by mail or by telephone, or in '\..,.
Nash(7). vs. Dr. S. J.Simmous(26) ProsecutedClewiston little friends. Tax person Collector., during business hours, will be fully answered by the office of said

Invited to enjoy the birthday P
Mrs. H. J. :Stein(35) vs E. E. FRANK .A. DAUGHERTY,
cake and ice cream, which to tots Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida
.... constitutes the
that age party, were
H. R. Hall (14) vs John Hooker
Mary Kay Pafford, Betty Carol Notice of Tnx Sale for Delinquent IIU7 South Florida

(16) ., I Flaniken, Paul':;, Bowden, John I. Coancr\nncy District TJIXCH ,"

Dr. J. W. Ezelle(30) vs' J.p.. ) ,Perry, Jimmy Knight Wayne King, is hereby prlven that all lands delinquent on June .Gth, 1938, _';'_
Curry(16)C. for non-payment of SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICT Taxes for ;_ :'
Sharon Crochet, Ronald Hare, the year 1937\ or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount ,' -
Forbes(30)) vs A. E. Kirch- And Georgia Ann Suggs, Heather Guthrie due for taxes on said lands for said- year, together with the cost of sale ,I-\ '
man(30) Realty 'specified in the laws governing said District will be ""
; sold at public auction ,,:._
Shari Land Gene Beery, jr.,
Edwin Ward(18) ; beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day of June. 1938 at the front ;:. ', -
vs Thurmond Cothern and door of the Court House 'In the City f
I Sue Cornette, Skippy LaBelle Florida and continue until ;'
Knight(30) DevelopmentCorporation said sale is completed.A .
Joe Schroeder. complete list of such 'lands
Mrs. F. D. Duff(15) vs Ralph delinquent is available for public Inspection -
diningbus ness hours at the office of the Tax Collector '
Kirk(15) County of Hendry in the Court House at LaBelle.] Florida, and inn uiriel .
E. M. VanLandingham(7) vs Bye Works Both WaysIf as to lands included in such delinquent list\ by mail or by telephone or In
person, during business hours will .be fully answered by the
Lou i3 one man is as good as another, office of said
BetznerS( vs Mrs. W., C. I Tax Collector,
I bWen(30) : then one man is as bad as another. FRANK A. DAUGHERTT.

The theory won't work two way's. --
! r of Hendry County, Florida. ,

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