The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00685
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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New Clewiston Inn -' Foraally Opened, Wi-th Dinner last I


Independent Cane Growers More Than 150 Men Enjoy I

Hospitality Of C. R. BittingRain

Satisfied' With ContractsK .,



WITH CONTRACTS Clarence R.: Bitting, president of

Duval Jewelry Handicap Golf the United States Sugar Corporation -

Representatives of the A. A. A. NEW $19,000 OFFICE MEMBER COUNTY Tournament under way at the entertained with a dinner in

held a hearing this (Friday) morn- Clewiston Golf Club got away to the beautiful dining room of the

ing at the Clewiston Inn for the an exceedingly, damp start last week, new Clewiston, Inn last night to
# purpose of hearing testimony of STRUCTURE HERE BOARD INSTRUCTIONM. rain being the order of things formally open the new and modern

.g, local growers of sugar cane, who nearly every day of the week. Although structure to the public. Approximately
are under contract to sell their the intermittent showers a hundred and fifty repre-
cane to the United States Sugar Construction of a $19,000 office E. Von Mach, Clewiston member and downpours were badly neededby sentative business men of the lake'

Corporation and to determine building for the U. S. Engineersin of the county board of public parched fairways and greens, section, independent cane growers,

whether a change, in 'contract ratesis Clewiston will: be underway in instruction and chairman of the they produced defaults, defeats and county officials of lake counties and

wished by the growers. The the near future, as bids were open- board, resigned from that office unqualified give-aways by the whole- friends of Clewiston from other
testimony indicated that all of the ed for the project in Jacksonville last week and Governor Cone has sale. parts of the state were present as
Wednesday. The apparent low announced the appointment of guests of Mr. Bitting.
growers were perfectly satisfied Among those who were forced to
bidders were C. J. Treyail of West Charles E. Miner as his successor.Mr. .
The delicious
with the present, contracts. Some default because of the misty atmosphere five-course dinner,
Palm Beach, with a bid of $19,750and Miner was nominated without
prepared in the Inn's
seventy-five and oth- thoroughly
cane growers or for various other reasons,
100 days required for the opposition for the position in the
modern .
ers interested were present at the was the Everglades champion, O. kitchen was ,efficiently
construction and Chalker and Lund recent primary. .
hearing. G. McWhorter, who trekked to served, the menu consisting of
also, of West Palm Beach, Mr VonMach states that the
E. T. McHardy of the sugar cane company Palm Beach to play uncle tp a shrimp cocktail, queen olives and
'division of the A. A. A. and J. H. whose bid was $19,850 and 75 election of teachers for the'coming I brand new niece, thereby allowinghis hearts of celery, chicken consomme,
term is to be conducted at the
Clifford of the legal division con- days. opponent, Parker T. Wilson of oven fried chicken new boiled po
Announcement has not been madeas next, June, meeting of the board, tatoes, English
'ducted the hearing and 'gave a list Clewiston, to carry on without op- peas, buttered asparagus -
to the award of contract, but and he felt, that it would be of grapefruit salad
'of figures submitted by Secretaryof position in the first round. Louie tangerineice
Agricultural Wallace designedto it is expected ,that there will be some advantage to the new'memberto "The'Ref" Gold of Pahokee also roquefort cheese with toasted
no delay in the usual formalitiesof be on the board and have a crackers, coffee, hot rolls
show that independent cane failed to put in an appearance for cigars
growers _of Louisiana were' receiving recommendation and award. part in: the selection of the teachers his match with the Glades, runner- and cigarettes. Music was furnished
with whom he is to work next
a higher price for their cane The building, will be located on up, ,Emmett Shelley. Arthur Wells, during the- dinner by a West
than Florida growers. the government reservation near year. The recent bond election H: J. Stein, Tom Shelley, John Palm Beach ,orchestra and the

_.J Clarence R. Bitting, president of the hurricane gate, just in frontof which provided authority for the Hooker, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. guests were very much pleased
.'.;'"' w the United States Sugar Corporation the present warehouses. Plans issue of $50,000 in bonds for the Owen wer' others who: moved up when F. M. Wright joined themto
': gave a detailed report on the call for a one story structure, which erection of a high school in Clew- via the default route. sing the chorus of "Rosalie."
iston, is also the beginning of' much
provisions of the contract used at will face east Drive through the Dr. J. W. Ezelle of Clewiston Following the dinner Dave G.'
activity along that line, and Mr. I
present between th'e'grower and property.The put on another of his long distance -t Alston, president of the Clewiston
Von Mach feels that there' will
the:] processor who -is also a pro- design is, the flat roofed marathons in losing to' J. F. Chamber of Commerce, took chargeas
possibly be some advantage one
difcer. Spanish type, which has ,been so 'Oman with the Curry the latter eventually ,wear toastmaster and introduced
Tile most interesting testimony popular in Florida. The buildingis details familiarizinghimself and' carrying through with ingthe genial doctor down, on', the several speakers and- guests of
\ given was that of Attorney R. E. to be both fire and windstorm fourth nine for a 5 and 3 decision honor. The first speaker was
the entire project.Mr. '
Kurtz, of Fort Myers, one of the proof, and will be of concrete, Von Mach's resignation was They played under 'a difference Mayor .F. Deane Duff who made a-
largest of the independent cane steel and stucco construction. Speci- Mr. of eleven strokes, Curry being brief address of welcome to the
effective June first, and Miner
growers in the- Everglades. Mr. fications are for overall dimensionsof the donor: Mrs. ,F. D. Duff(15) visitors to Clewiston and presented
will assume his duties at the next
Kurtz quickly analyzed the figures 40 by 92 feet, and the plans meeting. Mr. Miner has served as of Clewiston found herself consid- keys to the city while here. ,Mr.

given by Mr. W'allace's representatives include ample space for draftingroom member of the board before and erably off ,her game in losing to Duff spoke of his pride in the com-
-", and determined that the new offices, etc.. Ralph Kirk((15) of Belle Glade, pletion of the Inn and said that
will have the benefit of that experience -
- type contract would be much more The local Engineer offices have in' taking office at this who' played a good steady game. he regarded it as a monument to
complicated to use and would permit been accomodated in the east wingof time The result was 5 and 3. ''"t. C. the success of, the company which
no better price for the cane the administration building of Prewitt(16) and C. V. Parkinson had dared to defy foreign compe-

than is now received. An excerpt the United States Sugar corpora- (;i 7) both of Clewiston, put up a tition.

.._ from Mr. Kurtz' testimony follows: tion, through the courtesy of the GASOLINE BURNS IN good battle, Prewitt putting on the Next introduced was City Engi-
.' "The question was asked by the I corporation's officials. The new pressure coming home to ,win 3:; neer W. C. Owen who is given a

Chairman: as to what we thought I building will give ample space for and 1. H. J. Harris(30) of Belle great deal of credit for the erect-

the principles that the Secretaryof the Engineer offices, and will leave CAFE FIRE PROVE Glade found everything lovely in ion of the new Inn. Mr. Owen

Agriculture should consider in the entire administration buildingfor losing his match to F. Deane Duff gave a few construction details,

determining a fair contract for the use of'the sugar corpora- (13); of Clewiston, 6 and 4, as the particularly of the light steel
Florida growers. I think the first tion. FATAL TK.( MEXIASGus wiry little Belle Glader scored a framework used and' believed to

principle that the Secretary of hole-in-one on the 135 yard 3rd be' the first building in Florida to

Agriculture should take into consideration Hole-In-One Made Mexias died in the Clewis- hole. employ it. He explained how the

is' whether, or not the ton hospital lIonday'morning at Second Hound PairiiiRs, Chainionship building had been made as nearly
growers and the processors are sat- I fireproof as possible with tile
On Local CourseThe 10:30 from complicationsresult- ) Flight:
isfied with the present::: contract ing from severe burns which he Parker T., Wilson(28)) vs F. D. floors, poured in place concrete -
that they are using and I think roof other features.
received in the explosion which des- (Continued on Page 10)) "
the Secretary should hesitate to L. Phillips Clarke, of Palm -
first hole-in-one of the 1938 troyed the Presto Cafe here early
make any changes in the contract season at the Clewiston Golf Club Sunday morning.The Beach, architect who designed the
that is satisfactory to both the was scored, last Sunday by H. J. cafe was housed in the Hunt Is First new hotel was next introduced by

,growers and the processors. I Harris, prominent and well-known Holdsworth building on Sugarland Mr. Alston and he expressed his

.' think that contract is fair. I resident of ,Belle Glade. Harrl.i, highway and was operated by Mr. Guest At InnH. pride in the new building and his

'. thought it was fair when: I signed! who in addition to being one of and Mrs. Mexias., It is thought pleasure in working in Clewiston.Fr. .
u it. I' have delivered one year's F. J. Finnegan, formerly
the Glade's most active golfers is that a gasoline stove, which was
I have H. Hunt, of the U. S. Engi-
cane under that contract. and organizer of St. Margaret -
also one of the oldest, scored his used in the kitchen of the cafe, pastor
seen its operation and seen the neer office in Jacksonville, may be Catholic church in Clewiston and-
ace on the 135 yard hole at the exploded as it was being lighted. '
effects of the various provisions of Clewiston Club in match with F. The fire spread quickly over the hiding a gift of prophecy beneath now in Melbourne, was present and
the contract as applied to this Deane Duff of Clewiston. building and both the building and his official exterior. Mr. Hunt was was asked by Mr. Alston to con-

year's delivery and am more than Although Harris lost his match the contents were completely des- the first person to register in the trast the Clewiston of today with
correct at the Clewiston Inn when it was openedin whenhe
satisfied thatI was to Duff 6 and 4, he expressed him- troyed. I the: Clewiston which he found
executed the contract." its new home this week:, and 'Fr. Finnegandid
time we came in 1930.
self most willing to lose at any Mr. Mexias was badly burned
Mr. Kurtz' testimony indicatedthat time should it''' enable him _to per- about the chest, back and aims, thus fulfilled a prophecy he made so and prophecied that the
he had made a very thorough casually three months ago. Mr. Clewiston of tomorrow' would not
form this alleged most difficultof and had two severe burns on one
study of the situation and analysisof golfing feats. !leg. Embolism, or the lodging ofa Hunt's duties bring him to Clewis- be a great little city but a great
After ton occasionally, and. on a visit
all contracts.
provisions of Harris narrowly escaped being blood clot, in the burned leg big city.
be went ,on record as favoring the here in February he admired the Circuit Judge Geo. W. White-
the first in the Glades to score an was the immediate cause of death.
present 'contract some eighteen building, then far from completed, hurst, of Fort Myers, was next introduced -
ace this season as he' was precededin Mr. Mexias, who was yearsof YJ
others present and now working this respect only a week ago age, ,had resided in Clewiston and remarked to C. Nelson with ; by- the toastmaster and ... ,
under the same type of contract whom he was riding at the time. was given a tremendous ovation
by Keathley Bowden, prominent about a year coming here from .
,Mfstated that they were of the same cafe "I'll be the first to register at your by the dinner guests as he arose
Everglades newspaper man, who Belle Glade. He operated a
"-"* Kurtz and perfectly new hotel. When he came next few' remarks. JudgeVVtiiithurst
Mr. to make
opinion as a
also made a hole-in-one on the same adjacent to the Clewiston Bar until
satisfied with the present contract. hole only to find the green was not six months ago, when he movedto the latter part of last week, he was on the bench at
About fifty of the growers present in play at that time. Bowden's I the Holdworth building. Mr. was told the new hotel was open the time of the reorganization of

were guests at luncheon given views regarding the matter cannotbe Mexias, who was a Greek by birth, for business. He drove over and the sugar company and has always
by Mr. Bitting at the hotel.In expressed in these columns. was quite a soldier of fortune, had signed registration card No. 1. been popular' with sugar company
the afternoon another informal served in several wars under various Among other registrants at the officials and ,employees as well as

, ,... meeting was held at which many Among hats in the ring for the flags. He resided in St. Peters new' hotel during its first few everyone in this part of his dis-
I ; growers were present who are desirous office of Chairman of the State burg for ,several years and duringthe days were A. P. Buford of Tamapa, trict.
i of obtaining quotas in order, Democratic Executive Committee is boom was quite wealthy own Mr. and Mrs.. F. B. Drury of St. Jay W. Moran, vice-president and

I '. that they may enter into a contract that of T. T. Turnbull of Monti- ing and operating several )hotels Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. AlfredS. general manager of the United

I with the U. S. Sugar Corporation cello, confirmed new-dealer and con- and cafes on the ,west coast. Sear of Dayton, Kentucky, Bill States Sugar Corporation was next
I and plant at least a portion of sistent supporter of the president. His only known survivors are a Newton of Fort Myers, R. V. introduced by Mr. Alston and the

! their land to cane as a staple crop. Others seeking the post are Fred brother in New York state, his widow Thompson of West: Palm Beach, popular executive was also given
i Tho Cuban tariff situation was Kent, prominent Jacksonville at- and a four year old adoptedson C. E. Murray of St. Petersburg, a: tremendous ovation. He made

1 discussed' from every angle and torney, and Tyn Cobb of Orlando. George, of Clewiston.The H. J. Thomas of Fort Myers, Mr.: nly a brief talk in which he gave
the growers produced every argu- Everglades Funeral Home and Mrs. H. J. Baskin of Detroit, a large share of the credit for the

ment to show why the growers in was in charge 'of funeral arrange- C. S. Harris of West Palm Beach, new Inn construction to Mr. Duff

', this natural sugar bowl should he meetings announced, the representatives ments. Services were conducted J. R. Brown of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr. Owen.
i,% permitted to grow more cane and merely taking the testimony Tuesday in the chapel at Pahokee, and Mrs. Roy E. Scott of Little Mr. fitting, the host at the

produce more sugar. which will be; acted upon... later in and Interment in Port Mayacca Rock, Arkansas and D. D. Newtonof dingier, and {the! main speaker} of
There- were, no." results- of the I Washington. 'l :cemetery followed.! Peoria, Illinois., (Continued: on gage lOr"k '

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News Review of Current Events I Summer's Emancipation I


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which was sent to the frontier to meet the threats of aggression by ,
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SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK lieves in apparel permitting
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; jamas (above) are of celanese -
U On the Verge Hostilities admission taxes on tickets to foot- ; jayon fabric in navy
ball games conducted by 'the university '
blue white. And her bath-
GERMAN and Czech were massed troops by on system of." Georgia. ) ; ', ing suit (below) is of rayon

the' frontier between the two coun- satin in plain color and polkaJ

tries., President Benes of Czechoslovakia Martin Loses in Oregon .. un J __ print fashions; _

and his cabi- G OV. CHARLES H. MARTIN of /w;. w ,' I FYF AriM'AY1 a7C,{,I/.HM"MM'r/Niin', y/,' r7ryr', yvn+Jja f .; ..
net decided to call Oregon, the veteran soldier
t! ,. ; 70,000 reserves to who has been fighting against theC.
the colors. Poland I. O. and other radicals, 'was
', assembled armed beaten for renomination in the Dem-
.wV forces close to the ocratic primary by Henry Hess who
Slovakia border. had the backing of labor unions and

*< Hungary was reported of Secretary of the Interior Ickes. (
to be taking Charles A. Sprague was nominatedfor

"certain military governor by the Republicans and J jI
L r' measures." Francewas they believe they have a good
ready to defend chance to win in the fall elections, : !' 1/ l
her ally, Czechoslovakia for the Democrats, there as in Pennsylvania (4

President against Nazi were badly, split. \ -,,:.::,
Benes aggression, and .

there was assurance that Great Italy Warns France ./,; Wr rrr
Britain and Russia would come to ::; 'y $ N
the aid of France if she were attacked ITALY intimated it would keep out ;
without provocation.No Nazi-Czech quarrel, but 10.1'I I (4
wonder the governments of Mussolini broke off the friendshiptalks dial
Europe were desperately worriedby with France and warned that ;
such a critical condition. continued French acquiescence in
Hitler must have realized that the the shipment of arms to govern- \:
ment Spain would not be tolerated.The JI
time was not ripe for aggressive action 1 ; t4j
against the Czechs, for German Duce declared that unless ,- ,,. ,...... "':,3
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authorities in Berlin solemnly as- France ceases aiding transmissionof -Or the above white and ta- ; : Jt --
sured Dr. Vojtech Mastny, Czech Soviet and Czech arms to Barce- male ensemble of bathing suit, M
minister to Berlin, and the Czech lona, Italy and Germany may be robe and Costa Rican cork clogs Iv.'. :: I
military attache that Germany forced to increase their assistanceto with three-inch soles and heels.
planned ho military expedition the insurgents. This naturally
against Czechoslovakia. This eased would endanger the new Anglo-ItaL
the situation somewhat, but the ian agreement.,
British cabinet continued to urge --7
Benes and his government to make Must Re-Hire Sit Strikers
all possible concessions to Hitler
concerning the""demands of the Su THE National Labor Relations /St '.G.'!.. r
ordered the Kuehne Manu- ( ,:ati.r. :.a.:.. ;' 4Y''rrr'Yn. 0 '
deten German minority. It was be-
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facturing company, Flora, Ill., to reinstate / a il I II
lieved the Fuehrer would ultimately y t ; ,. w r irl'lc r c rlyirrb
with back pay 164 American
get about everything' he wants
Federation of Labor sit-down strik-
from the Czechs without a fight.
Both France and Britain were ers.It ,
was the NLRB's third
bringing strong pressure to bear on sit-down decision but the ?:X.t... .. ?
Berlin, and the British especiallywere first in-
volving an A. F. of L. union.
to avert general ; :
war if it could be done.
Henlein's German party in the "Doom-Sealers" Says Farley (

Sudeten districts of Czechoslovakiawas POSTMASTER GENERAL FAR-
winning victories in municipal LEY attacked the critics of theadministration's
elections, and this made the Nazis spending 'z
quite cocky in their attitude. I : ?
They program in an address to the Com 4 \
refused to negotiate with the gov- monwealth club of +

ernment guaranteed.until their" safety had been ;{, .. Chicago."The doomsealers -

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he said, "are
Southerners Are Sore again sending forth

KNOWING they were fighting a fi' r their prophesies mournful of evil I Back in 1895 the outdoor girl wore costumes like these, very unsatis-
sentatives losing battle, Southern repre- ':<- : $r: because of govern- factory from a health standpoint. This was the first basketball squad at I
bitterly contested the ment acts I Smith college, when competitive games for girls were still very much a
of the per-
progress wage-hour bill
: > ,' formed or I novelty. Scantier costumes -
through the house. The test vote suggested. -
would have been
discharge of the rules committeewas .
322 to 73. r ." .. "Stocks are down I frowned upon then. iwiii f1

In the debate that followed Northern James A, a bit. There is a recurrence ...." L..."....
Democrats and most of the Re- of vast unFarley -
publicans indicated their approvalof employment. Cer- ; k1i'i
the measure. The South opposed tain taxes bear heavily on peopleor (
it mainly because it contains no,differentials corporations with plethoric I I It
in favor of that section. purses. So the same element that :
;K has held every national emergencyas
a precursor of doom is out againin
Two Taxation Decisions full cry." .

: TN TWO far-reaching decisions the "The republic," he said, "is in no
United States Supreme court further danger. It never has been in dan-
i narrowed the field of reciprocal ger since the present administration
intergovernmental tax immuni- checked the downward spiral of the
ty. The rulings continued the trend big depression and started: us againon
in the direction of President Roose- the upward path." (
I I _
velt's theory that the federal and 1VI\k j state governments can tax the salaries Too Late for Wheat Quotas r/\/J iI' I '
of each other's employees and WALLACE said that r \
the income of each other's securi- crop control lawit }hc \ \< .; \

ties without. a constitutional amendment is too late to invoke marketing
quotas on this year's indicated
In a decision delivered by Justice bumper wheat crop. He explainedthat
Stone, the court upheld levying of the law authorized ,quotas this
federal income taxes on employees year only in the event
congress /
appropriated 4\1 1I
H '
of-the Port of New York authority. funds .
by May 15 for
In a decision delivered by Justice "parity payments" provided in the & oFaL4v,.,ao' Fft3k a.54n 'i"or.J4a awP', ur yato4. i .. a :\'W.4nt -J

Robertsthe court upheld federal new legislation Here's Miss 1888 (left), and a group of bathing beauties of 1922 vintage.
Rather different from the 1938 summer queen!


DIZZY DRAMAS-Now. 'Playlng---cDog Race By Joe Bowers .


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Famous Headline Hunter

Francia of Brooklyn, N. Y., says in his letter to me o oes

that he's not so good at composing a story. Well-you're not bad

at it by a long shot, Luigi, but'the point is that you don't have to

be good at composing your yarn. This column is for Adventurers -

I, -not writers. WHAT to EAT and WHY .

And you've got to admit that Luigi's yarn has all the elements of
j swell adventure story. First, look at the setting. Tripolitania, North

J Africa., Ain Zara, a small town 60 miles inland from the city of Tripolia -
] town composed of about '3,000 Bedouin Arabs, and four regiments of Are You

1 Italian infantry. Luigi Francia was fighting in one of those infantry e. /aaltatz youctlM "Peictiuel the

.1 regiments in June, 1913, and that was, an adventure in itself. OVfltwfll iyht:?

"We were constantly attacked at night by marauders," he

says, "and'we had many, many casualties.' It was no,fun gettinghit Place of Fats in the Diet You can
with a slug from a Mauser rifle. No matter how slight the

wound, it seldom healed. Tetanus set in, and,,then you died."

, ,,\ Attacks were getting so frequent around Ain Zara and casualtieswere

: so heavy, that the commandante of the garrison decided something Nationally Known Food Authority Comparesthe .Surely.Comfortably;
ought to be done about it. The regiments were issued extra ammunitionand
Different Fats
a reserve supply of food, and the word went out'that they were going Cooking Send r This Free Bulletin
to make a counter attack on the Arab tribes that,had been doing all the and ShorteningsBy Offered by C.Houston GOlldissReadersoCthisnewspa

marauding. .

i Captured by the Arabs. C. HOUSTON GOUDISS tare.
invited to write to C.Houston
After weeks of preparation, the Italians were ready for a surprise 6 East 39th St.. New York City. .Goudiss,at 6 East 39th Street,
attack. One hot June night, Luigi's regiment got orders for a mass 'T HERE are, perhaps, more false notions concerning fats New York City,for his scientificReducing -

formation and a square of soldiers was thrown about the camp. Luigi, than any other class of foods. Bulletin,which
who was corporal major, was sent with 15 men on a scouting expedition shows how to reduce by the
\ Some homemakers, considering them as "fattening" only safe and sane method of

try to eliminate them entirely from the diet. Others have the counting calories.

, impression that foods containing fat are difficult to digest, The bulletin is complete with a
f chart showing the caloric value
and for this reason deprive their families of ,many deliciousand all the commonly used foods and of
contains sample menus toat you can
healthful foods. Both
< use as a guide to comfortable and
points of view arise from animal sources, are rich in vita- healthful weight reduction.
4 1 mins A and D, and fats made
ignorance 'of ,dietary facts.
from vegetable oils may contain factory results. They are a most
vitamin E. economical form of shortening. .
I Fats Are Necessary to Health -*-

I Fats have a number of important Fat and Hunger -*-

I I functions to perform. Perhaps the greatest service Digestibility of Fats

They are a concentrated fuel' performed by fat is its "ability to Because of their ability to retard

food having more than twice give'"staying power" to the diet- digestion somewhat and thus
to satisfy hunger. In this respect, give satiety value to a meal, the
the energy value of an equal it directly affects the dispositionand impression has grown up that.fats

weight of protein or carbohy- may influence the ability to are "difficult" to digest. This results -

The Chief Told Luigi to Shave the Dead Man. drate. enjoy life. from confusing the length of
The of fats in time required for digestion and
One-half ounce of fat, that is one shortage European
to an advanced post in the desert. When they sighted the Arabs, they tablespoon yields ''100 calories, countries during the World, war the completeness with which a
were, to give the alarm so that the regiments could close in. and were he ableto graphically demonstrated how a food is digested.

"But I guess," says Luigi, "that we figured wrong. About twelve- eat it, a man deficiency of this class of foods When "digestibility" is regarded -

,thirty that night, we were the surprised ones, with a horde of Arabs could obtain an en- can destroy the morale of entire in popular'sense of the ease,
popping up ,all around us, yelling Allah! Allah! and shooting as they ad- tire day's fuel from nations. comfort and speed with which the
vanced. It happened so quickly that we were surrounded and about a qyf < their
three-fourths of a With supplies cut off; or very digestive organs carry on
hundred of us taken prisoners. pound of fat. It is greatly curtailed, the warring work, it is conceded that fats in

., "The hardships we endured at their mercy are unprintable. c y interesting to note .countries found it necessary to ration general retard the secretion of the
:.*\ In a, month, there were but 30 of us left. The others died from that it would re- fats closely. As 'a result, gastric juice and thus cause foodto

wounds, some starved. Others were butchered outright. The rest quire nearly eight their people were always hungryand remain longer in the stomach.On .
of u$ had to pump water, wash the Arabs' filthy clothes, eat grass- pounds of cooked dissatisfied, even when 'their the other hand, most fats

hoppers and drink, stinking water in dirty sand wells." :> rice to give the actual needs were satisfied. In have such a high coefficient of

Ordered to, Shave a "Corpse." same number of this connection, it is interesting to digestibility, that under normal
ry: calories.In note that aslice of bread and but- conditions only about onetwentieth -
'. But one day, there came a diversion in the routine of that Arab camp. ; ter or margarine will delay the of the fat eaten escapes diges-
i, A big Arab came to the Italians and asked if any of them could shave. Oriental coun- onset of hunger longer than a slice Experiments indicate, for example -
And Luigi said that he could The Arab led him tries, where large populations live
to the chief's tent, and of bread and jam, even though the that the coefficient of di-
there, on a pallet lay the chief's 'brother, stiff and cold. The chief gave in great poverty, fat is 'usually number of calories be the gestibility of oleomargarine is
Luigi a razor and a little soap and told him to prepare the dead man scarce and it is necessary to con- 97.55 per cent.It .
for burial."I sume huge quantities of food, in order .- same. sometimes
is erroneouslystated
started shaving him," says Luigi, "while outside, a thousand to meet the daily fuel require- -*- that pastry is indigestible.This .
Arabs prayed to Mahomet, their prophet. I was so skinny from malnu- ments. As a result, most of the Different Fats ComparedAs statement is without foundation -

trition and so nervous that I. could hardly hold the razor straight, but I people develop distended abdo- sources of energy, the differ- provided-the pastry is made

did my best. I was almost through when the razor slipped, jabbed into mens. ent food fats are very similar. from a high grade shortening and
the stiff's neck, and to my surprise, the BLOOD BEGAN TO FLOW." -*- Thus, the homemaker's choice is properly baked. Similarly, fried

Luigi knew then that the man wasn't dead. He told the Children Must'Have Fat may be determined by preference, i foods come in for a great deal of

chief, and the chief put his hand on his brother's heart, but he Because fat is such a compactfood convenience, economy, and the I criticism that should not be
to which the is to be
couldn't feel any beat. Then Luigi told him to get a mirror. nutritionists agree that for use product charged to the use of fat, but to
He held it in front of the man's mouth and it clouded. ,That growing boys and girls, and men put.The incorrect methods of cooking. If
settled it. He wasn't dead. engaged in strenuous physical exercise -I various forms of edible fats food is properly cooked in fat that
fat is almost essential if and oils are derived from'both'animal -
has a high smoking point, there
"Among us prisoners, says Luigi, "was a young ,man who knew total cal- and vegetable sources. They
they are get enough will be no opportunity for decom.
medicine. I called him, and he pronounced the man to be suffering from ories. include butter, margarine, lard,
position products to develop.
sun-stroke, and said he could cure him. I don't know what he did, but There is also experimental evidence compounds, which are a mixtureof '
in three days he had him -*-
up walking around again. that at least a small amount animal fats and vegetable oils,

Food, and Freedom His Reward.And of one or more of the unsaturated hydrogenated fats, and the liquid How Much Fat?
vegetable oils. <(fc Nutritionists have ample evi-
fatty acids must be supplied by
after those three
days, Luigi and the
young doctor had a pleasant Butter and margarine are used
the food if normal nutrition is to dence that health is best served
surprise. The chief called
them into his tent and told them they had chiefly as a spread, and it is interesting -
saved his be maintained.' And two compe- when 30 to 35 per cent of the total
brother's life. He
was thankful, and to show that he meant -
that the annual
value foods is in
I it, he fed ,those two poor half-starved prisoners tent investigators found, experi- energy provided
them gave them money, put mentally that the of fat per capita consumption of mar- the form of fat. This will includethe
on a camel, and told them that they could presence
go. With a supply of garine is steadily increasing, as fat of meat and the fat usedin
I vitamin
food and full of in the diet tends to conserve -
a girba water, they set out the
across desert, the oldchief's homemakers have discovered that
the delicious fried
cooking many
blessings ringing in their ears. B In the body.
Some fats, especially those from the use of this less expensive prod- and baked foods which make eat-
It took them two days to,get out of the desert. The first place uct releases more money for milk, ing a pleasure.
they hit was an Italian outpost at Cubella, about 90 miles from fruits and vegetables. Margarineis WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1938-13: .

Tripoli. And there, as they approached, they were almost killed Do You Want to LearnIllw interchangeable with butter for )
by machine gun bullets fired by their own comrades to whom, dressing vegetables and-in doughs
in their dirty yellow Arab garments, they looked more like enemies containing spices, fruits and choc-
than anything else. to Finn oIIUHtIUEEt olate. Its shortening power and

i2... keeping -qualities are similar to 0
The commandante of that post listened to their story in amazement M
and sent them back to ? those of butter.
Tripoli. There, after receiving medical attention
they were brought before the chief in command at the Presidio, and had Lards, compounds and other
to tell their all shortening fats are useful not onlyas
. story over again. Both of them were given a six months'furlough
with Get This Free Bu11etino a means of increasing palata-
pay, and-well-many a soldier would
go through that
: adventure all over again for that sort of a break. by C. Houston Goudiss bility and 'food value, but to add
l Copyright.-WNU Service. flakiness to baked foods and to
"r of this newspaper produce a crisp coating which KILLS INSECTS
READERS to write to C. seals in the minerals.and vitaminsof
Classification of Snow FRUITS
Born at Sea Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th fried foods.
Besides classifying snow as either When a child is born on a steamer Street, New York City, for a Lard is used chiefly as a short- VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
I granular or crystalline, the flakes' in the middle of the ocean it takes free copy of his bulletin, "Helpful ening for pastry, and a good grade Demand original sealed
are classified as columnar or tabu the nationality of its parents. The Hints on Planning a Laxa- will be found to be white and free bottle,from your dealer
"' lar. In a less technical category are flag of the vessel does not make tive Diet." from objectionable odors. The 3t.Vy ---
powder. snow (light and soft and any difference. If the ship The bulletin concrete
were gives highest grade, called leaf lard, is
good for skiing) and sand snow. The in territorial
waters, and not on the suggestions for combatting produced from the leaves of fat
latter variety, reported by explorers, high 'seas, that might make a dif- faulty elimination through cor- in the sides of the hog. t Only
is so cold that it is not slippery. It I ference. habits of
If a child were born to rect eating and proper When made
by reputable
a man-
; is impossible. to ride or slide on I immigrant parents on a ship bound hygiene. It gives a list of laxa- ufacturer the compounds GOOD MERCH1NDISECan
sand snow. Old snow may become for New York just after it had en- tive foods and contains a full
"firm" snow, the latter consisting of tered the three-mile limit, it would week's sample menus. A postcard for pared especially for cake and making for, Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised
i the crusted forms. Red is sufficient to carry your shortening pastry
snow gains 'probably take a ruling of the immigration
its peculiar hue from the dust service to settle the- request. deep-frying, are wholesome, high- O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O
ly nutritious, and give most satis-
thrnuch which it falls: question of nationality.



In anybody's language.The their salary checks. establishing permanent pastures.The .
The Clewiston News
citrus advertising account, Jim's more or less direct methodof government suusidy covered

which next year should run closeto collectln' taxes contrary to practically the entire expense of _. ---

Published every Friday In Clewlstoi, a million dollars, represents an all the rules of the game, for preparing the land, buying grass ,r fLORDArj -'
Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEW, inviting tidbit to even the larger SHOULD be paid! few of 'em seed, and planting operations for a
Inc. advertising agencies and most any: very small number of the cooper-
would ever go so far as .to actu-
of them would like to have the ally try and MAKE somebody pay ating cattlemen whose lands were

KEATHLEY DOWDE2V, Editor contract, but plums, when steepedin 'em. They usually plead and beg already cleared pf obnoxious'growth G]
a brine of "politics," often be- according to W. E. Stokes, W
and whimper for a year or so and
lemons and for this Experiment Station agronomist. gJ; A
Entered as second class mall matter come gigantic then wind up by settlin' the account -
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in reason a number of the larger lands where it
On was necessaryto
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of for a few cents on the dollar, ;1 1I
agencies hesitate to even bid for machinery to rid themof [
:March 3, 1897. makin' the guy who was dumb use heavy

the business. enough to pay 'em a firstclasssap. palmetto, gallberry, sea myrtle, :
Qj; ii :
crlptlan Kate $2.00 Per Year. Leaders in the industry, includ- To justify their action they and other tough obnoxious growth, JQ! W : r

Advertising Rnten On Application. ing most shippers and large grow- usually -picture a poor widow government payment of $3 covered I I IbJfl

ers, favor the employment; of a"name" I I woman, all tattered and torn, be- from 50 to 75 percent of the '"

Devoted to the advancement and wel- agency-in other words, a ing forcibly ejected from her ram- cost of planting permanent past- IiQ IIIRi1
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. concern that over the years has shackle home. uresA large percentage of the '
built up a good reputation for the pasture improvement work has f iI ii
Every Florida merchant able to
handling of food accounts. been done on lands of this chara-

.:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:--+ Ruthroff and Ryan, the agency I that read or he write was has obligated known to all collect along ter, particularly in Grades, High-

lands, Charlotte, Polk, and Hardee
that has been handling the account,
and to the state one-half of
RAMBLINGS is so rated, and many feel that it pay his receiptsand counties, Mr. Stokes said.
one percent on gross
when all In addition to the actual seedingof
donea job
has good
in the of Dade county 96
.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..;..) angles are considered. On the percent of the merchants met this pastures, many recommendations farmers have of .'
adopted the
other hand there are some who
When. you read this the Inn take just the opposite view and obligation. Four percent ignoredthe the Experiment Station and are Stop at the

will be formally opened. But manyof feel that a change would be welcome. comptroller's frequent' demands I cutting the weeds and briers on
us have looked It over, and and warnings and insisted theywouldn't their pasture lands, thus giving jiotelpoteicia

from all remarks, no one is disa- pay it. Jim Lee just the grass a better chance to grow.
Governor Cone is known to favora 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
pointed. And that is saying a Florida agency and feels that we I happens to be the wrong guy to More than 19,000 acres of weeds

great deal, for it is a building could do with a little} less "name" ;talk that way to, and several mer- have been cut this year. .
which promises great things. Truly chants, as a result, have been All Outsiile,.Rooms With
and keep more money in the state. ... .... .....
forced to close their doors. ..
the dining room is' the prettiest At least two Florida agencies con- -- ----- --- -- Private Bath

we've ever seen.If the food tend that they are qualified to Dade county legislators and other Beech, Common Tree

tastes as good, business will boom. handle the account and propose; to noble citizens are horrified and The beech is one of the common COOL, CLEAN, QUIET 9
The chirp of the mocking birdson I condemn Lee for his action. Theyare hardwood trees found over most of l _
moonlight nights all spring has bid for it. I demandin' an extra session of eastern North America.: The generic .. Overlooking Biscayne Bay 0 ;
The small finds itself in
added a bright and cheerful note agency the legislature to repeal this obnoxious name "Fagus" comes from the Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and ..-
much the same position as the ;
Greek phago which "to eat"and
Florida means
to the romance of South law but seem to forget
doctor or "rookie" lawyer: fruitf Business Section.
young undoubtedly refers to the
And from the reports
moonlight. that 96 percent of our merchants
folks may like them and all that, this_tree. The nuts are gathered
which our undercover men have have paid it and fail to explain .
but when it is a matter of'life txtensively all through Europe. RATES
been making, Cupid has been justas how to col-
we are going justify
and death they want the best doctor Deer, bear and grouse are particularly -
busy. Weddings are in the off or lawyer they can find and that lectin' from them if we turn fond of beechnuts, but all wild $1.50 Single 0 .
ing, my friends, several of them. usually means one who has had around and let the rebellious 4% treatures will eat them. Unfortu-

The mocking birds have been plenty of experience in such cases go untaxed. Returning a million lately the beech tree does not carry $2.50 Double --
busy with their own romances. and half those who already fruit in fact ,
and has established a reputationfor a to have i crop each year; a I
Never have their tiny nests beenso "success." paid might be fun for the good crop of nuts every three or

numerous, and there are scoresof merchants but it would be costly {four years is exceptional. The Special Family, Weekly &
little birds all over town. If Realizing this, Loomis & Hall, and darned inconvenient to the beechnut is a small triangular Rates .
the cats and the kids don't get Miami agency, have done what .state and the taxpayers. shaped nut, not much larger thana

them, there'll be songsters to stir many young doctors have found It pea. The husk is rather tough S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor 0 ".
to do. They have Whether or not the law in ques- is
your heart. We've never seen advantageous and the meat 'sweet and highly
their nests so close to the groundas merged or "gone in" with a "name" tion is a good or bad piece of palatable.

this year, and they've been fun agency, Brooke, Smith & French, .legislation is beside the point, for

to watch. The heavy rain brokeat Inc. of New York and Detroit, In I it nevertheless is the law and I .

least one nest down and the the hope that this will serve to ''I should be enforced with equal jus-
offset based on inexperience : -I tice on all alike. Governor Cone \ -
little eggs fell on the ground. Tiny opposition \.\iOMt -
little brown and blue speckled and lack of organization. ]II might call a special session of the ,

things. There were four in a nest Favored by C. C. Commander of legislature to accomodate 4% who : : Off 0 -

and want to get out of payin' a tax
in our orange tree. he Florida Citrus Exchange I I I
Vacations have started, and it's looked upon as in the most favor- that .96% have already paid, but : ..T 1iiW

high time We've had spring fever able position to secure the account I somehow we just don't think he

for two months, but little good it I among the several large agencies will. Nor do we think Jim Lee I(S't:\

has 'done us. Plans are a making, expected to bid- for it, is J. Walter I will become unduly alarmed by

and it's the mountains or the sea- Thompson Co. If they get it, it \the howls of culprits whom he

shore JOT visits to other states for probably will be over Loomis -_& I finds it his duty to spank..

many. Next year it'll be the Hall's dead body, to express it *
Wrorld's Fair in New York. At dramatically.Citrus With the second primary out of t
least one Clewiston couple is already commissioners, sincerely the way,, the next thing in order /

saving their money for that anxious to serve the growers and lis I the selection of a Chairman of C/t ; .

trip.And at the same time keep peace with the State Democratic Executive nil C ?JIIe a lIoitt.e .\
Fred and Sally Hill have the politicians within and without Committee and three estimable '
I .
gone. We'll miss them. Sally's the industry,- find themselves between gentlemen are seeking the post:
choose to exist in
vivacious smile has been a part of the well known devil and Fred Kent of Jacksonville, Tyn Bachelors may ,

Clewiston for seven years "All the famed deep blue sea, hemmedIn Cobb of Orlando and "Tif" Turn- apartments and rented houses but

our married life has been spent with the doghouse on one side bull of Monticello.The '
FAMILY deserves the hap- -
here," said Sally. "After all it'* and the eight-ball on the other. principal concern of Florida I RCCIONYOUR .

a lot like leaving home. We've Martyred by gubernatorial appointment democrats is the hope that the RED richer life that: a real home

watched it grow. And we are Standard Bearer of the Democratic N
and burdened with a of will provide. Our safe
coming back in about ten years to load that would stagger even an Party in Florida will be a manor plan your own

tee what it's like by then. I don't Atlas, these brave lads who gather woman in sympathy with the psE p OMSCAI and, economical home financing plan .
expect we'll know it. around the big directors' table in aims and ambitions of the presi- help own YOUR HOME. ",
.In ten years, Sally, you can say: Lakeland must sit for many weary dent and this hope was evidencedin can you
"Oh yes, the Inn was built duringour the recent senatorial election
hours in a stuffy smoke-filled com-
last season in Clewiston. We nittee room and listen attentively when an out and out NewDealerwas C'ewiston Federal Savingsand

were living at the old Inn up on while master-advertising-mind after given backing of 242,000 i i
the ridge when it burned, and democratic voters. r
master-advertising-mind presents
moved into the new when it was glorified and detailed accounts of I Of the three seeking, the office, Loan Association .
opened several months later."
two have appeared more or
how they propose to "Carry the
The camping girls are back Message to Garcia" if given the ,less lukewarm as far as New Deal .,

several pounds heavier and several aims the President . . . . .......... ........................................................,..... -
shades tanner I opportunity to carry it. and are con- .....................................'.too.. ............. ....'.. .'. .' .' . . . ..11
each. Mrs. Prewitt II. ,.
Finally, all fogged up with statistics cerned. One alone, "Tif" 'Turn- '
gained some pounds herself, and from bull, has a clean record for his .
bleery '
:. '
said -
along with the .
exceedinglyyoung '
consistent and loyal support of the tl '
smoke, and punch drunk from pep f '
generation she
arose about Chief Executive and the New Deal.
talks, the poor bozos will go into yCLEWIS
5:30: every morning. And when the final huddle. John Maxey will With the furor and storm that

you do that pretty regularly, you timidly inquire 'as to whether or I followed expressed opposition to the
soon learn to to bed TON 6OLFJ i
go at night '
not there is a "motion before the president by theate Chairman I .
along with the same generation.The .
house." All those in favor will I Hodges, still ringing in their ears, _
beach, they tell us, is one
"aye" and Glen Grimes, step- it is probable that delegates will
of the prettiest in Florida.
ping into the hall, much after the think twice before they cast their
pretty white sand, moonlight ) COURSE 1J 1Jj
of the doctor will ballots. J
nights, early morning bathing, salt manner family I ._ -j; :": ."
inform waiting newshawks whetherit's -. .. .
water breezes, and regular he man ; ,<" ...:. ::
a "boy", "girl," or a "mis- Soil Is ". "
Conservation : I + .
appetites. Gosh stop me, the :: ..
wanderlust has crept into my bones, carriage. I -
and we're going home tonight and No matter what it is, a lot of Improving Pastures .

I pack and be off by the time this folks will still think they oughtto j;. x

is in the mailbox. take it out and drown it. I improvementsomething :: I .2'

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.....:....) (Omitted Last We, k:) I

Too Late To Classify Man Much Hoover after, who the doesn't manner hesitateto of G- I Florida better cattle cattlemen-has and more been money givena for I to the Public I I! e

lead his men into battle when by big the boost agricultural during the conservation past year .....[ Open ]

% 9fcweKay the going gets tough, Comptrollerwhile
program, workers of the State .. ,:.

:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..' Jim Lee politicians personally agree led that a raid taxes on Agricultural Extension Service and J.. --- .:
the State Experiment Station revealed h
While the Florida Citrus Commission tax-dodgers down in Dade county here today. }. 1'
a short time ago and as a result
is primarily concerned By standing a large percentageof ..
i with has got himself a reputation on .:. .;.
oranges, grapefruit and L -
tan- the cost, the government's conservation : r :
gerines, nevertheless it par' with Simon Legree. y
; has
one program encouraged and y
PLUM in connection with its oper- Ever since its passage the one- I enabled cattlemen in various sections :_: Y

ations and that is a' bigger problem half of one percent gross receipt: i of the state to seed approximately Y
I ::
than tax has been in the Moderate Gree1 Fees ;
even the surplus citrus crop. hair of Florida 60,000 acres of permanent ;:
Burdened with the merchants, but most of them have I
task of intelligently the
pasture during past year, according -
and effectively spendingthe paid it under protest and await to H. G. Clayton, Exten- s: Exceptional Fairways i iI

money collected from citrus. another session of the legislaturein
sion district agent in charge of the
growers in the form of advertising the hope of its repeal. program in Florida. Pasture improvement I interesting Greens :;

assessments, the commissioners are In the meantime Jim Lee is em- being one of the major ::: I i I..1.1.
constantly enmeshed In a web of ployed the I I ::: .
by people to collect the phases of the conservation pro- .1

state good _for and a industry nerve-racking, politics headache that is tax, and depending a flock on of this school revenue teachersare for is gram paying, the cattlemen government$3 has an acre paid for or ............................................................:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..........:.........................................._...................... . fi)



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NE % 'of. SE Land W % .
I rr r i NOTICE of SE Vt except SAL Ry. -
',:; less all that part of N .
%' of SE % lying generally -
N of SAL Ry._... 30 43 28 80 Florida. Industrial 'Co. 6.86

e B % and E .% of SW ;i .
and SE %; of NW 3i._....- 31 43 28' 440 Florida Industrial Co. 21.59
AIl : ____________ 3. 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 36.93
S: I/ ___ _____.__ 43 :28 320 '
Notice Is hereby given that the following described. lands, or BO : .33, Florida 'Industrial Co. 16.08
All ____.____x._._ ,34 ',43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50
much thereof as 'will be necessary to pay the amount due" for taveS' All ._.._________.__ 35 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50
I herein set opposite to the same togetherwith cost' of :' such' e': AU ..______._________ 36 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
AU _._...__.._-J.____... 1 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
\ and advertising, will 'be sold at,, public auction .on the .sixth day !,L All __..,(._______.____ 2 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co; 21.29

I June A. D. 1938, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon,. at the _'courthouse.!:! All _"__"___'_" _,__,,,-_-_.. 3 H 28 640 Florida 'Industrial Co. 2L29
..... ..,._. 4 H 28
All 640 Florida Industrial
door in the city of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida.' -- ---- ------: Co. 21.29Edith
NW ,?i ot N'V and "
SE u. ot SE ? _....__.. 5 H 28 80 Florida Industrial Co. 3.88
I '(11 __?___.__.___ 6 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
J lIt ___._,._..________..___ 7. H 28 639 Florida Industrial Co. 2L29r1E' :!
FLORIDA ;; : : ?' __..._.._.____-__._ 8. 44 28 160 Florida Industrial Co. 5.6
AMOTI1VTOF SW'' W'of NW %__.___ '8 ,44 : 28 40 Ida Wood' __.;...____ 3.05All
GARNETT ANDREWSMsnq.s LAND'o z Li .rr. O'N'R : __.....____._=:1____ 9 H 28 640 Florida Industrial. Co. .11.29:
ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this OF > ii!: 21 TAXES.: All __. __"."'___'_,::._"___ 10 44 28 640 Florida IndustrIal Co. 21.2
Aodt/n, fireproof botel In the heart ef down. o o ......... Q_ : : AND COSTS ;All _.__...___,._..__.___.__ 11 44 28 640 Florida ''Industrial Co. 21.2:
Jadcfonville. Every room with tub end .W.rJ Eoe'q" AU' _________.__ _P-_ 12 H :8: 640 {'lorida Industrial Co. 21.2
town ...... ,All _..____ __________ 13 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. '21.23
fan radio flatted -
shower, water, telling ...__.. .._ .._.__.__
:: ,; :All _.__.._..__ __ 14 44 28 640 FlorIda Industrial Co 21.29
twnme door.. Every Bed with InneriprlnjeaetttM S. E. UN orth La- .:.. All except NW %__.._... 15 44 28 480 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08N

end reading lamp. Runnlnj Ice Lots Belle 432.Heights"433. 434.S-D 31 42 20 160 A. L. Watson-. ":..._._.:....___.___::._.__.;$. 1.40 N _..__.___..._____ .: 44 28 320 Florida Industrial Co. 10:88:
eer en every floor. '. N 4Jof SW %__.____..:._ 18 44 28 80 S. L. Kelly __--:._ 4.n
6 9
Tracts 7.
AIR CONDITIONED D-BNo.19P, 521,' All' ____.__.__.___._,,,_.22 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP D-B No. 25 P 596 32 42 29 14 John H Caldwell Estate,._..::.? 15.16 All ____.._______ 23 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
DINING AND MEETING ROOMS .;. All __________ 24 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
I III Pi'Tt-fr-g't' with Private Bath 'Dlffenbaugh'M dltlon" to Ad-La- "" All __._________.._ 25 41 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
I 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50 Belle of '. All ___________ 26 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. '21.29
land All------_____.........____.... 27 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
I 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50 330 ft. wide
II ', .- All .._:_.___.__._ 35 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29All
I I 10 Swpl. Room with Prlv.U Bilk $4.00 N.oft K.N. V4 E. ._V4_of 32 42 20 .'. "'' I _.__'--.___.._____ 36 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
i. Sfcfta nertit. fof doubt o .____ 640 Florida IndustrIal Co. 21.29
_..____ 13 45 28
, Lots 8 to. 12-21.... :Mrs. M. A. Burnett._.?_.._____.._ 5.15'
.I ., I. B POUND H |..ltQTIVPATTIN ': Travcr..__...__ ____ S ._, of E % of Government '
Lots 18. 19, 20_........ 'r .l\1rs.V.A. ??: 3.27
Ii, t. 5 : Lot 3__.?..._..__ 6 43 29 10 H. Brown. _.._ __._ 2.06L.
( V HOTtl DtSOfO "A'orth L-nnellc.r -. ;
: ;T" Hull S-D of Govern-
Oifc ,'T. | V MV4Kt.0. .
I, >m 4 _-: ..... n port of. N. W. . ment Lot 11 In___.. 6 43 20
Vi of N. E. V4__ 32 42 20 .
T 2
Lots ,
._ Conrad Compagnuir ._.. ... : __ 1.40 nnd Government "
! Block 12, Lot 21 -? 3, 4 In_._._.. __..__ 1 43 SO
Block 17 Lots 28 '' '
I I to 36 .___....__....._. ; Sam 'L. Farabec __.___:__.. 9.22 Lots 1 to 5 _______- 30 Carl E. Roycr; ___._ 7.23
: Block 27.. Lots 14 -i, Lot 20 less RR R-W__:.._ 3 E. L. Stallings _-_ .7.23

s i to 17 _..__.____._ S ; ". M. J. ,Clark -.-..--._.__.._____._ 6.40S Following part of Lot 21, ;
S 6 A of W 13 A -i: > _.4a. beginning 128 ft., S of .;
x of S. W. 14 of :: '. ; .. NE corner, W 229 ft., N : "
."._"_.__._..__ 128 ft. W. to NW corner -_ ... .
N. E. _.__...._.__... 32 42 29 G LStallings.. 5.75

.; -i. I Beginning E of SW corner rods '. ,. .:;. '. ...; ." ',: lines of Lot of 21 Lot, SE 21 and to point N on ; S .

' '" of SW ,4 of SW of beginning ___.__ ,5 E. L. Stallings. 1.93

j I. .. .' .. 12 U N rods 40 rods S 40 E l :- ; ; ';it\ : E ;% of SE Vt. ___.___ 7 43 29 .; 80 .. Ralph E. '. 'Smith Estate. ',0.81City :

: ..-t: ; ,_ : ,.. rods, W 12 rods .. Mr :: ; f : ;. of. LaBelle _.._._._?_. 4)5) 43 2U' .:. :......... J1j ,,
and ,
(3A) begin
I: ; .. .
8) .
., ::..a. : ning at SW corner ..: .. .
..... of SE. Vt:, of -. .' ",' .. : ._." ;r P)
H SW % of SW %. ; "" ii' '. ; Byrdn S-D of Goodno S-D 4 43 20
: N line Block 2: .
: '
.:;. '. of SW ; ': Lots 4 to 7_.____,.__._... Alice E. Hall__.._._.___ 4.65
'j -::'}- U h.1\J: 660 1..c :; If : Lots : 8 to 14 ..,,._.___, :May Byrd Smith___ 5.20
ft.660 ft.S r } # : ; ( k Beginning corner Block 50 ft. 4,N W of 100 SE

to beginning ft. N 75 ft., E. 100 ft.,
H. Russell ,,,: ,,.._ : : 8.07
(lA32 42 29 4. W. :; ; ---;-:-". .
.... : : S 75 ft. to beginning.._ 4 43 29 Ray C. Hull __.___.._ 8.13
:: Kell-MllI Terrace : ; ;'.
r Sub" SE A of :: Lots 10 and 12.,,...;:.._._?___ Catherine Waldron .__.-:. 3.08
.y SW 1nnd IVYa .. I Lo.t 31 _____'_ Inter County. T. & T. 14.02
; of NE sof .' ." Goodno S-D west :Va of S ,:
t. *>W Vi _.._.___. 32 42; 20 '60' '" Block 6 .___..._.__._ 4 43 29 .
Lots 5 to 9., 12. No. 2-3 of Lots -1 and 2__ Ralph Hendry ____._.. 3.84
m re'" to 19 .__........___._ Dr. Ethel Eisner ._.....__.._.___ 7.33 Lots 13, 14 ____ Carl E. Royer _____ 6.56
Lots 10, 143._.__ Mrs. Oaarlta D. .Hatfield.ilrs. .'-" ._ 1.40 Lots 16, 17 ___ J. O. Davidson....,__ 4.39
? Lots 23-24 __._._..__ Emma Freeman___..._ 2.33 Goodno S-D NE Vi of
Lots 82.83______._.. Unknown -:..-,.:..__,.._?_.__.___.__ 1.40 Block 6 _._._.______.__.. 4 43 20
,. .. .-". Lot 92 __?._____.._ .\ 5. -5 Unknown ________.___ '1.40 Park Place S-D
Lot 98 __._.,_...._......._.. Unknown ._._____._.__._._. 1.40E Lots 1 to 5_..____.__.? Carl E. Royer ._.______ 3.84
Vzof 1\ W V2 of Lot 6 _.__..___ Unknown _____._._ 1.80
Lot 1 in SW ., : Lots 8 to 19 ._._..._..___ S Carl E.. Royer _. __ 5.88
::: of SE t4-.-.._.---.. 32 .42 29 12 John II. Caldwell Estate.:._: 8.58 Stewart S-D Blocks 15,

33 and 3I- .__.___ 4 43 20 _
"llnsers' Addition Lqts 7 and 10 ._,_______. :Joe R. Ross _._..-..._.__ 7.23
::e to LbUcIlc" E % Lqt '8 _____.___.-:=.._ UnknownNorman ____ 1.13
of Lot 1.._...____ 32 42 :D .. Block 16 __.__________ .j .j3 ::0
'. Lot 5 ______.____ Warriner _._ 2.03
Block C _._.._...._...:.._ : :; -: Mrs.. Homer. H. Dreyer _.____ 21.45 I Lot 6 _.__._.__.____..?_ S Unknown _..._____..__ 1.13
"planning'sAddi. ;. g : ':" ;: Block 17 ...._._______ '4 43 29 4 C. 'J. Kirk _.___?...:._, 4.52
lion to LnBellc" ;;,-... : ;t.i .:.r : .> .. _; .7;" ; ':' '' i i Block 21 Davenport S-D__ 4 43 :20: .
< beginning ntO .I." ...... -,,-'-.< ?. ; .. ...,..tJ,,:'. 'ts 1r.. .:,,. '"t-\. : Lot 11 ._T_..__________ R. :M. Luckey__,.__...;..__ 3.81Blocle
( .If. Ny.H i
ft. N of NW corner .1. ? 24west 1-3 of ,

of Block C -, ,' of ',_ ___._.__...____ J Jefferson Life Ins. Co. 9.53
: 'f. Doser Addition \.,\ : : ,=,: '. ",.-1-: 32 _.___.__.__ 4 43 29 C. J. Kirk _.'_'_ 6.56
to LnHellc, K 0degrees. Block 40 'Qucstend" S-D 4 43 2S s
H' '.. E 638 Lots 28, 29 ___._._...__ L. V. :McLeod 1.80
: : ft., E 411 ft., S 6 ; 1;( 'tfnr:5t: { : : :: 0.i Lots, 30 to 32 .___.'--__ Mrs. Frank Tiffany. 1.80
degrees, IV 030 : lllock 41 llush S-D..___ 4 43 20 '
ft. to point of r ... Lot 10 _________ Mrs.: Jennie Clark 1.13
beginning In NEVi .'. ;' '. ".... Lot 19 _.___.____._._._ J. O. Davldson___ 1.47nlock
of SE Vi__._ 32 42-2D-O'. .. ._.. -'.... '. 42 Alken S-D.__ 4 43 20
It. Lots1,6,7, 12 to .:' : ;_.JJ-, Lot 17 _:_::_______._ Ray C. Hull ._._. 2.49n'oek
; 29 32, 33, 34._. .. _: r4 Miss Alice K. Higgins '_....:;._:._ 13.93 45: Hedges S-D___ 4 43 ::PLot
Lot 35 _______.__ Miss Alice K Hlgglns' :: ....:. ::__ 19.28Beginning 2 _W__.___._.?_..___ Mrs.' May Cohn _5 2.49
at NE ,. -I' 't .' Lt 17 to 19 __._-L=_.__ Sam Carson ____. 2.49
corner of .NE Vt. ;. S Lot 31 _____ __ Weisman & Cohn __ 2.49
of SE '4W819 ;.' Block 47 Court House :
; ft., S 641 ft. E ,'. ...t 7 .' Square S-D __.______ 9 43 20
:{i\, ",': 921ft.N631ft.. ; :.- Lots 2, 3, 4, 7.____ Fannie Park ____ 2.49
- to point of be- ; .
ginning ___.,__ 32 42 '29 .r. 12 John.. H. Caldwell -'Estate-; 16.36 Lots 5, 6______ Fannie Park ______ 1.50
'Washington Gardens S Lot 33 _.______ M. O. Oliver ____ 1.13
S-D of 210 ft. sq.' in' NE corner .
N W / .-.:. 2 43 28"/ S Block 48 _.._.__._.______ 9 43 29 Ralph Hendry _____ 2.33:

Block 5, LotIL ?..... !' Nellie ,-Jones ._.-....-.?--.?-__._??_ : .98 Block 40 W % Perry C.
Block 15. Lot 38...?. .,. .,: ;; Miss Willie Lowery. ;..___.:.::__ ,98 Hull's S-D .._.__,._,_.:.,._..... :0 43 2i u
: Block 32, Lots 18, .": -f' Lots 1, 2. 3_.;:''.____'_'__....' Weisman & Cohn ......_._ 3.17
,.,. : C.I' 19 __....__ ; '!<_ ',' Itev. U. S. G. Dogan.__.?_._._.:..... 1.28 Lots 4, 5 __.______ E. M. Cornette __.__..__ 3.84
Block 41Lot 28-- : .., E. P. Irving ?.....___..__.__._._ .98- Lots 9. 10 _._._......_..______ A. C. Wright .__._.._.__ 2.49
} : : Block 49. Lots 35 ;: ,;); r Lot 16. __..._.____..____ Jim Goe ___.___ 1.24
... to 38 Acres-._._.... .,>:. :'- S Nora and Green Mills.: ..._?.:___. 1.53Wide Block 49, S % of SE 3,

Estate except Vn A. in SE cor. 9 43 29 Flossie Luckey __"_'_ 2.10
.. No. 1 S-D _' y.: A. in SE corner of S 7i. .
of S Va of SET43'.8 lOt SE Vt of Block 49_ 9 43 29 Flossie Luckey ._.____, 1.28.
',' 3. Block K, Lots 11.
12:: ?_._.......__.?..___ Harriet Furnade __,__.,.,_,.,___ 1.28 Blocks 50 nnd 51 Hickpo-
E. D. Underwood _.._.___:. 10.88 chce Heights S-D.?____ 9 43 :20:
-. W % of W r.-_ 8 43' 28 160 -
"i: :- Block A, Lots 7, 8._.___.._ :Mrs. J. T. Bradshaw 1.47Lots
SE U of NW % 9. 10 .____._._,.:.,,.__ J. O. Johnson _____ 1.47
and E U of SW. 2 _.__.__ 1.13
Lots 24 __
( : L' to __ J. O. Johnson
Sowcll _______._
V4 _.....8 43 28 120 'Layton 8.86
.... ofwNE '. Block F, Lots 21, 22____ John Pelkey __._.___ 1.13
:.;; NW /. % .
/ m :' and SE >4 of Block 58 LnBellc Highlands ,
: NE % of NW % 10' 43' 28 50 J.P.. Hendry .__..:._.._....:._.:;:::.:-.:. 4:18.: S-D ___.._..__.____.._ 9 43 20 .

.. ... .-.' : Lot 12 .- ,,._.._ __...__,_.___ G. B.; Anchors Jr._ 1.13
SE V4 of beginning ,
i ; i Block C2 S Vi Liorena S-D 9 43 20

: ". *: corner V S to fs1Pgt: NW NW : ; : '.t'-vV ti: :: I Lots Blocks 26 77 to, 46 78. _70_._SO__Ln_ Lorena ,K. Royer ____ 3.17

.*. Belle Terrace S-D__..,_ 0 43 20
698 ftv .:" '_ '
river to point : : : .'j'1'.. :
of SE corner Lot 2, N .; .A .y.:. Block D:
of Lot 3. -; : ':* ,." / : ': ,t, ". '-; Lot 19 _____._._..__._._.__ :Milton J. Woferman.... 1.13Block
to N boundary :. .. ..tv : .
W 622 ft. N 132 ft. W .- .-. _"'::' .-; CLots <
: ';:' 3: to beginning ...._._.-,-.......... 12 43 28 78 "."B. ?F. .qu.yer J I"! ..:.",.., ... ., 9.62 13, 14 ?____._._._..__.:.. .,'N "> J. E. Robbins _______? 1.13
.. Beginning 110 yds. E of. '. : ..," .. ... .. :Vw.-.:: r. :7:' Lot 15 _____..____._._..: '-\..:.....; .". '. J. C. Werner __ _..__ 1.13
.-; ,,:u' SW coiner Lot 1, E -.:; .;. .: ..: ;';:.'! .--'< >-: Lot 17 ..._..________.._.____.'r.. :_: ;;" ;.., :' J. E. Robbins ___ 1.13

sr 730 ft., N to r1 verV :" I Block Ft .,*.,
V along river to point N Lots 4, 5________ _._._._.:. ,:, .)': J. E. Robbins __.___ 1.13
.: of beginning, S to be "Lot 16 __._.__?_.__._L 1"E., J. Coyle _._.__--_ 1.13Black
ginning .__....._,__,__.._.__.. 14 43 28 14.60 Unknown ....._,- 6.1t: HI. '
.: .; Cfj. Government Lots 2 and 3 Lots 13, 14 ______._..__? "' -' J. E. Robbins ...:...;.__ 1.13
and NE M of SW %-- 16 43 28 113 Am. Fruit Growers Inc. 131.01 Lots 15, 16 _, ________ ; :Mrs. Robert Haish,_._ 1.13
N % of NE % of NE U lllock 103 Shadow Lawn .
"."'! Court S-D .____..___..__ 4 43 '20 '
of NE Vt 19 .13
-. 78 5 R. F. Lewis _-__._._..? 1.79 Ann Elizabeth Hall.__.. 1.13
Block B, Lot 11____.__
:": of SE '! of NW 20 ,43 28
p gtr- Wi, M 20 J. C. Jackman ....:. _.___ 2.54
: Russell Hall __ 1.13
': :U -: W % of W % of Govern- Lot 12 _____.________ J.

.,r a -;:f..,:! ment Lot 2.?...:..._._._..___?_ 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 lOa Palm Heights ,
... E % of Government Lot 3 : ---'- -'-'-" S-D __._ _"- _,... .. 0 43 20

- ; and Lots 4 and 5_..._..___. 21 43" 28 125.75 Unknown 5 .,.____._.__ 11.18 Block A. Lot 20_: ..!Lir._ Mrs. J. E. Cloughley.. 1.47
: All"tjxcept RH.\V, State Belen ngol5J\& 950
and SAL W r of
highway Ry.
'; f rIJ except all N of State Government Lot 3.V .

.- highway _-'__.-.."_..____?.'_' 23 43 28 149 Florida Industrial Co. 6.66 128 ft. N to river,' E ,.'7 ,
. All epccept R-W State along river to point of ... ', .. ', 5
'. highway and SALRy.. beginning, S to begin- .. y .
except all N of State ning ___.__....-...._____-_._. 5 43 29 J-Mrs.: Willie J. Hendry 6.45

, @ / fi'LFfr- highway _...............__._._.___::_ 24 43 28 564 Florida Industrial Co. 22.19 Rh'lern'l8tn S-D of E ,;; .:' :: ,: :
All ...:__.._......_.?-___ 25 4328 640 Florida Industrial Co.: 23:90: 14 A. of GovernmentLot .
Ni tand fe.......-.....-_._.."... 26 43 28 480 Florida Industrial Co: 18.69 1 __...............?......-............_?:.., 5 43 20lllock .
1- All except SR1- State Block C, Lots 1. 2, 3..._.._ : ;.' Ella M. Holder _..._.._. 1.13
highway and SAL Ry. Block E, Lot 7__..__...._.... J. O. Johnson ____,._..._ 1.13
1r except all N of SAL Ry. Block E, Lot 10......_._._.......?.._ J. O. Johnson ......._._._.__ 1.13
r except State highway Block F. Lot 6 .... _._._.._.__.... J. '.0. Johnson ___.:._. 1.13
i' .:' .' R-W .......,-....._......... .-..-.__-_-......... 27 43 28 314 Florida Industrial Co. 17.28 Court View S-D n S-D of ; : -
; : '. S r,4 except that part of pnrt of Government Lot .. -
".. ..,-, NW % of SW U lying; 3, Section 5, beginning "
"> N of SAL Ry. R-W except nt SB corner, W C3S ft. r. '
? d N all that part of N /" to beginning N C25 ft.. : '. ,
= % of SE '," and NE U W 420 ft., S 525: ft., E .
of SW % lying N of SAL 420 ft. to beginning.._ 5 43 20 .
Roo W _::_...__._......._..______ 28 4 a 28 248. Florida Industrial Co.: 15.80 Lot 1 r.---------V. C. Butterworth__ 1.80
Government Lots 1 and 2 29 4328 84.15 Unknown _?_._______ 13.48 "'Rhervle.vPark," n S-D .'
,. E 3-4 of SW Vt of NE V of, bounded on N by; Cal. : .
5- and W % ,of W % of SE river. E by; Campbell nt..
V of NE % and W % S by Fraser B'\e., W by
; of ofSE U.c-CNE 1f.a. 29 43 28 .50 E., S. Royer ._. ___:;_ 2.40 Government Lot 5__..-- 5 43
I i E % Lot' W % of SE Vt. Lot 7 _...___..;;.._..._._.____. Mrs. G. O. KlutzSimmons -,.-. 1.13Lot

of NE J,4 _.__...__._ 29 43 28 lOW. E. Evans ..____....:.:.._ 2.84 19 ......._.___.__.,.___ E. W. __ 1.80
Government Lot 3 ._._.__ 29 43 28 32.50 Unknown .._ .. 4.62 Andrews Addition to L --- --?--
C#) SW % less SAL R-W less Belle Park ...__._-. 5 43 2O .
all that part of SW Vt. ; Block 8. Lot 1.._.____-_ Nell H. Jackman ___ 1.13
lying generally N Of SAL Block 8. Lot 2..___......:-__. F. .Wa'tta: Hall-. 5.88
m. Ry. ....._-._.._.w...._._....wW...;__.;... 29 43 28 122; Florida Industrial, Co. 8,64 Bloclc 8, Lot 4...._...":........__..... Chas.. A. Moore Estate 1.13I"fl



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Block 9, Lots 12 13, 14, 15 Hugh Sheppard ,..,_ 2.49 All _______._....._?_ 26 44 32 640'' Fla. Land & Timber Co. 41.17
"Avalon Place" S-D of ; NE .% of E Va of SE /._._ 28 44 .32 320 Earl Anderson ____.._ 20.81
Hot 1 of NE /4 of NB Yi. 8 43 20 SE V of SW Vt. of SE 14 28 44 32 10 :Mrs. Annie Clark __ 1.13
Lots 21, 22Beginning1 .. Mrs. Fannie Kaplin._.. 1.80 N % of NE VL __ 34 44 32 80 Earl Anderson .___ 6.56 ,
100 ft. Sand "Providence City S-D"! of
100 ft. W of NE corner, SW 1and W Va ofSE
S100ft.'W50ft.N109 ;. J,/ _...._._..._ T.A 44 32 :I': .; r
ft., E 60 ft. to beginning: 8 43 29. Unknown,. --- 6.10 Block 20. Lots 39 to 42 Melvina Berry .._..:...____ 1.13 : .. '
of Lots 4 : Block 26. Lots 23. 24___ '- Cora Thomas __.:..:..-_ 1.13 _r... :
c'FalrTlenSD .
:: .
"Garfleld 'S-D" of SEair ',. '< .
to 0 of ES of NE /i 8 43 20 '
Lots 70 to 73 __ Unknown __-.--.. --- 1.80 1 Of-,NE V and E Va t. :. ..
:. 1 .. 34 44 3Z ,
S-D tit 3 El / "
"LaBollc of Lots Heights 10 11 of a Hof 3S Block 1, t8'1 12.....,_.._. Curtis Avant ......_..__.._._. 1.13 ', l ,
NB %, 8 43 29 Block 1, Lots 15, 16_....._..__ Kelley Strong _.._____ 1.13 .. -; .i'l 1
Lot 4 ---: John W. Gallagher.':"1.. 1.47 Block .2, Lot 24 .._...:.:.-._.__. Laura Taylor ..._____ 1.13
Lot 13 ___ Mrs. Maude Spring 1.13"Belmont" Block 4, Lots 31, 32____ H. W. Sanford ....._._._ 1,13 'j :
S-D of W 3a Block 5, Lots 45, 46__ Wal'cc & Ethel Banham 1.13 '
Ih_.______ 8..43 29 All __..._____..__ 36 44 32 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 41.17 -,. I.
of NE
Block 6, Lots 12, 13_ J. O. Swift -"'---" 1.13 SE 1,4 _.______..__.___ 2715. 32 160 Paul Blount Hardln___._ 6.56 I I
11, Lot 4._________._ R. M. Cason .-._______ 1.13 W V& of SW U? of NW ,
Block 11, Lot 12 Miss Sophia C. Moss 1.13 ?.4 of NW '/4_.._._--_-.--_ 35 45' 32 5 Henry Smith ___.._-. 1.43 ( '
Block 16, Lot 3, 5___ C. C. Christian _,-_ 1.80 S Vz of N Va except S % :; I
AdnlrH Addition to Delmont" of S Vy of SW U of NW
i/4 and.. N Vz of SW .
:.. .8 43 29 '
Lots. 1 to -4- .-_..-.:-.___-_-----_ ..\.V''V.. Magruder- ---- 1.80 of NW 14 _..._.._._..___.._._.... 35 45 32 130 Unknown ___.______ 11.52 A : f
"RoBenberryV S-D of NW All. except SW 14 of SW 'i .
14 of SE U and W % ..
/4 of NW *,i--._.-: 8 43 29, r-y
Lots 1, 2 iZ ._.,.,..?,..._. 20 Carl E. Roycr.Carl .___ 7.23 of SW U of SW 14 of : : ; : .:
Lots 3 to 6 _:= = E. Royer _____ ::5.88"EnA'lewood SW 1,4 and E Vi of SE .. ; .
Terrace---' i/4'' of SE U of SW 1,4__ 1013 33 592 Aripeka Farms Co..___._ 62.72 '!'L.. J ..-..
S-D of E % of SW "a'. W Va of E % of SW4..":' 12 43' 33 40 Alma. F. Yetter..__...____ 5.88 : : -' 00.
E % of E % of W Vz ofvvs'
of SE %_ 8 43 29
Section und IV B,%Lot 1. Mrs. Ella R. Bryan___ 1.13 .* __._.____ 12 43 33 20 Mrs S. L. Lang ___ 3.17
% ____.___ 7 44 33 320Vm.. A. Boettinger_ 24.20
Section B, Lot 8_________, Mac C. Cole and
ail. 'iif trir; Jessie Safford ..._.____. 1.43 w y ,of sw 14 of NE 14_. 15 44 33 20. Mrs.. I. II. Turrell ___ 3.84 '
Section F Lot 81 M. G Bates. _____.._ 1.13 E ]N _._._ ,_____._ 18 44 33 320 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 24.20
Section d, Lot 3 Mary Hellman __._.,___ 1.13 All __..______.___ 20 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 :\
Section G. Lot 50_ .j, Mary Hellman __..__ 1.13 E 3/s of SW 1of, NW 1/4. 23 44 33 20 Louis A.. Kline ____.__ 3.84 1
J Lots 1 to 73_ : Unknown __ ___ 2.49 W Vs of NW i,4 of SW i 34 23 44 33 20 Chas. H. Butts ____ 3.84 '
Section r' E % of NE i/i of SE4..- 23 44 33 20 G. H. Daugherty .._.... 3.84 : .

City i/S LIinitHW of S 1-3 of SW % X'' NE V of SW i,4--..--... 27 44 33 40 Inez M. White ___._ 7.23 .. ;.
All .:.-__._____ 28 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 -
of SW of NW i/4 of
All __ ___ 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47,95 .3f'
.50 Matt' Crawford _.._ 30 44 33
NE 17 43 29 ,.. 1.73
14 ; All ___________ 32 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 ,.- .,
"Henry; Smith's" S-D of N Lincoln O ...
Vz of NW M of SW .1,4 Square Park"No. ...'_ ):.
1 S-D of E %__..___ 35 47 33
of NE i/Sf of SW 1less .; Block 4, Lots 44 to 47__ C. C. Jones ______._ 1.13 :
road '" E side__._. 17, 43 : 9'.J
Section .n-B, Lots on 7 to 12 Unknown ....;....:.._.;;.__ __ 1.80 I Block 29, Lots 21 to 24_ Sherman Smith _.__ 1.13 :;
of Block 45, Lots 30 31, 32._ Lettie Haham ---:..._._ 1.13 ;
"South LaBelle" S-D
I Block 76, Lots 30 31- Jestina Major _____ 1.13 .
N % of K Vt of N Vt ',,. -
____ 17 43 20 Lincoln Square Park No.BIc .
of SE Vt of NE %
Lots 105, 106 C. ."D.," Fisher- !. ;:."...._-....__.. 1,13 2 S-D"14. of ts' 12.Va 13__ 35 17 33 Mrs. Hattie Bryant ___ 1.13 I : .
33 ft. Wand ". -
Beginning r; Block 15, Lots 37 to 39__ Oscar Lovell __.......-.._.:- 1.13 i
25 .
ft. S of NE corner of .
Block 25. Lot 8__.__,__ Homer Stevenson ..___ 1.13
N 1,4. of S3y of SE 14 of ,
U' .. : Gnrfleld Park S-D of i
NE i/4v W 310 ft, S 140.3 ;

ft., E 310 ft., N 140.3 ft. ": NE / _..._.____.____ D 48 33
to beginning __._ 17 43 29 1 Bennett. Crawford ____ 2.74 Block 2, Lots 31, 32__ Joseph Springer _____ 1.13 :t I
"Royal Palm Estates No. Block 4. Lots 37, 38_____ Ransom G. Michael._ 1.13
1 S-D" ofZYof W % Block 14, Lots 47, 48____ _-__-__-_-..........._..___ 1.13
of NE 'A of NW 4 except "Ford Center S-D" of

2 A. ..______._.__... 17 43 2O InV 1/ _.___.______..1O 48 33 -

Lots I, 2______ ._ Lenora. Kopp ____. 1.13 Block 27, Lots 1 to 5___ Joseph Nelly ...__...._...:__ 1.13
Lots 44 to 48._ Lenora C. Kopp ._....__._ 1.80
All north of Nine-Mile
Lots 49 50 .
----- Mrs. Lillian C. Robinson 1.13 .
S-D"' Canal and west of Iload -
"Ben Avon of Lots
Lot, 1 24.6 ,
5, 6 In W'of NW.F '. .R
Lot 2 24.3 .
{ : : -
except 2.85: A. In S Vz of .
Lot 6 __---.__.__ 17 43 2U Lot 3-B 24.2 : . ..
Lot, 4-B 13.8 _
Lot 61 .- Unknown :..._;..._... _.._ 1.13 Lot 5-B 2.7 "-
Lot 7 of E % of W % : ", HH.HH.

of NW i/4 of NW U---.. 17 43 29 10'E.. L. Stallings .._._._._ 2.79 89.6 '
"Mary Evelyn S-D" of Total Acres _.._.____._. 7 43 3190 ?.' Arlpeka Farms' Co.L.. 15.83 ..
part of NE i,4 of SW }i Beginning 702.6 ft. E of .; .'' -
beginning at NW corner NW corner, E 1405.2 ft.,

NE i,4 of SW i/4, E 420 S 1,000 ft. W 1405.2 N .
ft., S 518.57 ft., W 420 ft. 1.000 ft. to. beginning, '
N 518.57 ft. to beginning 43 29 4 C. M. Swindle. less a 70-ft.' strip on
"Eielyn Terrace," a S-D .___- _. 3.30 N side ___._._._ 14 43 34 30 Elbert L. Stewart.. _._.._ .8.06 o.

ef SE 1of SW i/4'___. 18 43 -29 3A. in NE corner of SE

Lot 48 W. J. SImpson_.:......_.__ 1.13 % of SW 14 of SW %_ 14 43 34 ,&0 Unknown. _.._________ 1.43
Lot 158 ___._ Geo. A. Velie __._ 1.13 12 3-4 A. in NW '/. of /
"Bell La Case" S-D of N fraction N % of old Me-

Vz of NE V of SE /.--. 18 432ft ander line __- 23 43 34 12.75 U. S. Sugar Corp....._._._._ 2.01NW ; '-, .,'

Block 8, Lot 1 .--_ D. Widelity .__.___ 1.13 14 of NE % of SW i,4 23 43 34 10 Julius C. Ad d 01'._.._..__...._ 3.17 .c. ':.' :.C'-. '
"Royal Palm Estates' No.6"SDofEofW11. .' ; W y of NW 14----- 24 43 34 51 F. G. Johnson ____..._ 14.03 ;.-
E 1,6 of NW U of NW V _._ 1 44 34 20 Unknown _._.:....____..__. 3.84 .
of SW V of SE 1/1--- 18 43 29 All __'__'_N_'_'_"_'_'__'_'_'_,,__, 16 44 34 640 Glades Land Corp.__ 34.38 : '-., ..': .;... '
Block 1, Lots 6, 7. --._ R. A. Thagara _.__- 1.13 E Vs of NW i,4 of NE '.4.._ 17 44 34 20 Ed Sturgis ._.___.__.._ 3.84 ,. <
"Royal Palm Estates No. W i,4 of SW % of SW i433 44 34 20 E. A. Stone _____ 3.84
7" S-D of W3ofE3 1Vj of NE % of SE 14--_ 5 45 34 20 Anton Gillis ______._ 3.84
of SW Vt of SE Vi___ 18 43 20 W :% of SE 1of, NE %-_ 9 45 34 20 F. O. Stone ._...______._ 3.84
Block 3, Lots 8, 9__: L. P. Watts .._____..._ 1.13 E Vz of NE 1,4 of NW 1i4__ 9 45 34 20 Bates ____ 3.84
Block 4, Lots 4, 5______ Ella C. Meacham __ 1,13 E 1/4 of NW 14 of NW 1/4_ 9 45 34 20 M.Arnold Flintzer ___ 3'.84
All -_.__.._._.19 43 29 623 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 NE '14 of NE 14 of NE 1413 45 34 10 Silas Zwight _____ 2.49 .
NW 34, of S % less RR SE % of SW i/4 of SE ],413 45 34 10 Chas. D. Young ___ 2'.49

st. hy. -...--..__._ 20 43 29 480 Florida Industrial Co. 27.89 E 1,4 of NW% of SE 1/4...* 21 45 34 20 H. / Moffet _.._.._______._ 3.84
All less R-W st. hy__ 21 43 29 629 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 NW 14 of NW U--.-" 29 45 34 40 James W. Head __.._ 7.23
All less R-W st. hy. exceptall SW 14 of SE Vt_______ 29 45 34 40 J. C. Campbell, trustee 7.23
lying generally E of SW 14of SE i/4 of NW ],4' 1 46 34 10 M. D. Carmichael ____ 2.49
state highway ______ 28 4329 23 Florida Industrial Co. 2.40 NE 14 of NW i,4 of S\V,4 1 46 34 10 T. L. Hogan .__.____ 2.49 "
All -----__._ 29 4829 640 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 SW i,4 of SE 1/4 of SE 34 1 46 34 10 Unknown :__...___.____ 2.49
All ____'__ 30 '4329 624 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 'E. 1/4 of SE 1of E U_.__ 9 46 34 20 G. W. 'Carter, mgr..__._._ 3.84

All -.-___ 31 43 29 624 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 All'Townslte_..___________ 19 47 34 640 Unknown _.__..._....___._._ 34.38 0.
All .---___ 32 43 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 .,
of ClenI"ton"Block
All less R-W
st. hy. except -
all lying: generally. 17, Lots I, 2__ 10 43 34 Anna Hopkins- 2

E of State Highway____ 33 4329 54 J E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00
Florida Industrial Co. 4.44 Block 20. Lot 10____._ 10 43 34 R. E. Kurtz, attorney 2.24
NEi 4 44 29 160 Wm. N. Stallings _......... 8.79 .. 43 '
All except NE 14 less R-W Block 27, Lots 1, 2. _...._ 10 34 Anna M. Hopkins- -.-.,
J. E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00 .
State -
Highway and except .,.<..'!I-1""
all E of State Block 80, Lot 24....-:--_ 9 .43 34 Unknown _.___.___.. 1.80 ....' .
Block 80, Lot 25._..._..._.__ 9 43 34 Unknown ._._,. ..??..,.._..._....... 1.68 '
Highway except NEi 4 44 29 72 :Florida Industrial Co. 5.00 : : : ... .. .
All ____ 5 44 29 641 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 139 Lot 19_._.__._ 10 43 34 Mrs. Mildred AVheeler 2.49 .zf. :; ; '-. '-"

E % _-______.____ 6 44 29 320 Florida Industrial Co.' 16.08 Block 141, Lot 9_..___.___ 10 43 31 Tax Delinquent :_.__-. 1.58 ,: ,.j'w
All ... ..... ._.___ 7 44 29 608 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 152 Lots I, 2, 3__ 10 43 34 Geo. L. Espenlaub _..__ 10.75 "
All ---_____.._ 8 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 160, Lots 25, 26___ 10 43 34 Henry J. Oglesby__.._ 2.25 I
All less R-W State High- Block 167, Lot 30_?._____ 10 43 34 Clarice W. Nowling_._. '3.97 I
way except all E of Block 168. Lots E i/4 15, 16 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ____ 1.93

State Highway ______ 9 44 29 65 Florida Industrial Co. 3.65 Block 169 Lot 1__._ 10 43 34 Beryl Bowden ._.____... 2.53
All -____-_-._ 17 4429 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
All ---- ._.____20 44 29 610 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 172 Lot 7____..._.___ 10 43 34 Gratton George ____.__._ 2.49
All less R-W Slate Highway Block 172, Lot 10____. 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ,..____._ 1.58
except all E of Block 172. Lot 15 __"_ 10 43 3.i Agnes Y. Thomas.__.__ 4.47
R-W State Highway less Block 173 Lot 2__.._.._._.._ 10 43 34 D. F. Woodward _.____. 3.06
A. L. & Imp. Co. R-AV_.... 21 44 29 45 Florida Industrial Co. 3.43 Block 173 Lot 4._.__..._..__..._. 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.___. 1.98
All -_..___..___.w.__.._ 29 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. '21.29 Block 173, Lot 21_,?_...__?__ 10 43 34 Lester Harding _'__'_'_''''_ 3.29
All -.-__...._._"..._...." 30 44 29 598 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 173, Lot 23..___.__ 10 43 34 :May S. Ames _'_'___ 19.58
All -ZIIZZL'-......._-..__.,____.31 44 29 595 FloridaFlorida Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 174 ______._____ 10 43 3-1 Park ____.__.____.. .54 1
All less R-W State Highway Block 175, Lot 6.__..__._ 10 43 34 J.V.. Jones __..____._... 2.12

,.__._-_.... ......._._....___...... 32 44 29 638 Industrial Co. 21.59 Block 176, Lot 3_._._.._._._,. 10 43 34 V. E. Jacobs ...__..._...... 1.80
All except N % of N % 7 45 29 444 Florida Industrial Co. 20.81 Block 176 Lot 4_.._..._._.,.... 10 43 34 Allen E. Heyson_,--..... 1.80 HH
All less R-W State High- Block 176 Lot 22___......_:_ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.___. 1.12
i 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._____ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _____. 1.80
less S Jfc of NW 141 of Block 176 Lot 28_.__.._..._.__ 10 43 34 Madolyn Hathaway _._ 1.13 >
SW % and SW % of Block 196, Lot 20__._..._.._._.: 10 43 34 Geo. Terrell ......._...._...__.._ 2.27
SW 14 ---___._.._...__"_..... 16 45 29 55 Florida Industrial Co.__ 3.99 Block 201 Lot 11___._.___ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent __......_. 1.12
SW U otSW3l4ofSE1/4 T Block 202 Lots 11, 12....___ 9 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon.____ 3.12 _
and S % of NW 1/4 of Block 203, Lot 1.___.__.. 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent ____ __ 1.58

SW i/4 of SE 14..____. 17 45 29 15 Ruth Ellen Hull ..._ __ 2.40 Block 203, Lot 6...____.._ 9 43 34 E. Ricl<:meyer ...._...._..___ 2.89
All -----____-'-_ 18 45 29 590 Florida Industrial Co. 27.59 Block 204 Lot 4...._....____ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent _...__.......... 1.89
N % of N % of SE 1,4 Block 207 Lot 11__.__.._.__.._ 9 43 3.1 A. G. Far nquist _._...__.. 2.81
of NE U of NE4._..._ 20 45 29 2.50 J. W. McDaniol _. 3.33 Block 354. Lot 29.__.?..__ 16 43 34 Tax Delinquent __.__ 1.22
S % of N i/4 of SE i/4 Block 355 Lot 17___.?___ 16 43 34 Morris Wiggins ....._.____ 1.13

Nod NE i/4 of NE 14-_._ 20 45 29 2.50 Lena Ethington ._. __.:.._ 1.43 Block 355 Lot 27 .._..__._ 16 43 34 Frank Carey __.__._._..._._ 1.80 "
of NW i/4 of NE4 I Block 356, Lots 25. 26....... 15 43 3.i H. Burks _.._._..,._...._._...... 1.80 .. .
and SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Block 357 Lots 35,36_._...._._ 15 43 34 H. C. Crofts _____.__ 2.57 .

NE 1,4. ...---.a-" '__.....' 20 45 23 30 Emory Taylor __.....:....__ 3.09 Block 359 Lot 6____.__ 15 43 34 S. Fisher __...._.._..._._ 1.86 :
N i/4 of SW U of SW 14 .h Block 360 Lot 25_..__.__.___ 15 43 34 D. J. Voss _"_'___ 1.80 ; > ; 1
of NE4 and SE 1 Block 361 Lot 8.._.,.____.._... 15 43 34 Dr. O. C. Bryan _.._._ 1.90 :
of SW % of NE % andSE lock 361 Lots 23 to 32..._ 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins _..__._..__ 89.52
i/i\ of SW 1,4 of SW Block 362, Lot 32___...____ 15 43 34 Mrs. Rena F. Jacob_ 1.90 <: {,

14 of NE 1,4 "'-"--"_'''_''_ 20 45 29 17.CO E. B. Hull ___ 2.70 Block 362 Lot 36__.___._ 15 43 34 V. E. Jacobs ._._...._.-__ 1.90) ,,
W i/4 of SW i/4 of SE U Block 363 Lot 10_____ 15 .j3 34 John Nagel '''----- 2.27
of NE 14 _.__..._._. 20 45 29 5 E. M. Cornett.- 1.43 I Block 363, Lot 12__..___ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquentw _.__..__ 1.58 '. --' ".' '
Beginning SEJ corner of Block 363 Lot 14______ 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent _. ._._.._. 2.27 .
SE 1,4. N 210 ft., W 374 Block 367. Lot 9.___,.._..___ 15 43 34 O. H. Benson_...*?-*__......._ 1.58 .
ft., S 210 ft., E 374 ft. Block 367 Lot 19___.,____.._. 15 43 34 D. J. Voss ___...._......_. 2.27
to beginning __ 20 4529 2.50 Marion Wheeler 2.03 Block 369, Lot 24_,_.._._.?.... 15 43 34 Lester Harding ___.:_.... 1.90 .
All less R-W State High- Block 369 Lot 26_.._______ 15 43 34 Lester Harding _._.._.... 1.90 0" -
way _---_..___ 21 45 294 638 Florida Industrial Co. 34.68 Block 369 Lots 34, 35...__. 15 .13 34.. Tax Delinquent ____ 2.67 .
N % of NW 1,4______ 26 45 29 80 A. G. Carr _._....._.__._ 5.88 Block 370 Lot 38__.______. 15 43 34 Mrs. Ethel) I. Button._ 1.90 -,' ." .
NW .14of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 27 .45 29 10 E. L. Stallings____.. ., 1.80 Block 377. Lot 10______.__ 15 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon___.._ 2.20 :< .
E % E % of NE VA.: Block 377. Lots 13, 14__ 15 43 34 Esther V. Hogben ___ 3.34 .

of NW % L 27 45 29 10 Cecil Grainger __.._..__ 1.43 Block 378 Lot 19-..____.. 15 43 34 Mabel Rankin Hay 14.03 ..".'. .
Block 381, Lot 3_______ 15 43 34 E. A. Erickson _._.___ 2.20
1VZ of NE 14 of NW i,4 27 45 2S 20 Unknown __.._..'___...._........_ 1.80
SE i/4 of NW 14 -......_ 27 45 29 40 J. E. Perry _.._..___... 3.17 Block 410, Lot 11_--'.____ 15 43 34 Anna HopkinsJ. : .
One acre in NE corner of E. Beardsley. agt. 1.64 '

E 1/4. of NE 14 of NE 1,4 28 45 29 1 Unknown ._______., 2.10 Block 411, Lot 2....._.___ 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins- _..,,, '. tfj.: :
"f+atiors Felda S-D" W V J. E. Beardsley, agt 1.64 .

of SW 14 of SW Vt____ 28 45 21) Block 411, Lot 4..__._.._?_.__ 15 43 34 Leon Ecklund _'__'___. 2.03 !r
Lots 12, 13, 14, 16_..... Harriet G. Pope _._....__ 1.80 Block 411. Lot 5._.._.......__._.... 15 43 34 A. G. Farnquist ._._._._ 2.03 '..
S 1/3' ---_-.-_._._.__ 33 45. 29 320 Florida Industrial Co. H.03 Block 411, Lot 7_?_.__._ 15 43 34 Anna HopkinsJ. .
Beginning 520 ft. E of NW E. Beardsley, agt/ 1.65 -
corner of NE 14 of SW Block: 412 Lota 12, 13._....._. 15 43 34 Mrs. Bessie Schuck ..... 1.13
i,4, E 330 ft. S to S line '* Block: 412, Lot 21._...._.__.___.? 15 43 34 May S. Ames ........._._.._._ 2.39 .
of NE 1/4, W 330 ft., N Block 412 Lots' 26, 27__...... 15 43 34 Aaron D. Francis ......- 3.20
Block 415. Lot 40_.._...__.... 15 43 34 Lester Harding .....__._.._... 1.90 .
to beginning ....._.._..___ :34 45 29 10 .frs. J. A. Stephens _.._..._ 2.83 Block '423, Lots 23, 24.._. 15 43 31 Tax Delinquent ..........__._. 1.89 \ .
NW 14 of SW Vt _______ 34 45 29 40 Cortez L. Campbell _.._.? 3.17 Block 448. Lot 24_._____ 15 43 34 Clewiston Homo Bldg. : "
SW 14 of SE 1,4 of NW 1/4 35 45 29 10 J. L. Taylor ___...?___ 1.13 Association ....._._._.._.._._ 5.28 ,. :
SW ]4. of SW V.._...._.__.___.-.- 35 45 29 4400 Mrs. EllIo N. Pcrry_._ 1.50 Block 451 Lot 8..__..__._...__ 16 43 34 Clewiston Realty & 1 1I .
All except NW i,4 of NE /
Development Corp._.__ 1.88 (
1and NE 1of NW 14 Block: 495 Lot 10._.._._ 16 43 34 Mary L. Portteus __....._ 2.57 Ii ;
and Lot 1 -....-.______.=-_. 7 43 30 114 Florida Industrial Co. 7.83 Block 505, Lot 7r- _,.-?._, 16 f.3 :S4 Mrs. Holdsworth .___ 1.13 I .
SW 1,4 of NE 14 ____ 16 43 30 40 Harry Rogers ____ 3.8-1 ::
All unsurveyed _____ 1 43 31 57 Unknown __-__ 7.23 f
All unsurveyed ...-___??_ 2 43 31 68 Unknown __ 7.23 FRANK A. DAUGHERTY, I
N % ----_" _______ 12: U 32. 320 C. J, Kirk _____....._ 20.81 -
W % of NW 34 NW % 16.U. 32 20 David Uhl .__.... 3.84 Tax Collector, :
AH "...........-,",..,...".. ."."'..,_"..... 2j U 33 64Q .I"J L9114T1ml""r-co, n.H v Hcn iry County" Florida. 00 '





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:H I'i' I,f' .V..%.%."............................................................J..J..J..J.........0...........NNMNN. . ..............NNNNNNNNNNNN.. . . ....i....i.II 1 MRS. CRUZE HOSTESS AT LaBelle News Mr. and Mrs. H. C.'- Delaneyand -

I daughters Marietta and Leila

made a trip Monday to Bermont.Mr. .

II I Mrs. Mae Cruze was hostess at Frank Brown of Immokalee wasa and Mrs. 'W. Paul Waters

; PERSONAL and SOCIETYPete II.II.I the Evening Bridge Club which met visitor Thursday 'in LaBelle. were the dinner guests Sunday of'

I, .t.t on Wednesday at her home in Saga- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Howard and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. '

!I' Y more Court.. children were visitors Sunday in Waters at their home in Clowiston,
" :t: The prizes on this occasion were the occasion being .his birthday

': I ...:-__........... .. . ..... ..... ..... .... .... ..;................;..;........;...;..............';...;...;.......;...;...;&..;&..&;..;&..&;..;&..;...;...!;. all of a pretty pottery ware. Mrs.T. Fort Myers. anniversary.
/ B. Shelley holder of James N. Minims and W. D. I Mrs. Charles Hull left Wednes-
( Chagaris made a business Mr. and Mrs H. A. Bestor and high score, Blount made business
I won a pie plate with server, Mrs.B. a 'trip Wednesday day for Russiaville, Ind., to join
) ; trip, to West Palm Beach Monday.Mr. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson returned Tues- 'to Fort Myers.
.1 day from Gainesville, where they J. Schroeder, who won the cut, her mother, brothers and sisters, "
received a compartment dish, and Mrs. Myra Rooney spent several who are visiting relatives there.
I and Mrs. A. H. King spent attended commencement exercisesat
which Richard Bestor Mrs. R. -C. Nowling who made low days last week in Fort Myers'on ;They: all expect to be, gone until
Saturday in West Palm Beach. '
from the University of Florida. score for the evening, received a I business connected with her office. the last of June. She was ac-

bowl for dripp'ings.Crab Lemuel Howard of Fort Meade companied as far as Fort Myers

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent meat salad with crackersand :visited Tuesday with relatives in by Mr. Hull, who returned to La-

Saturday afternoon in Fort Myers.Ed Miss Beth Nall, who has been tea was served to Mrs. C. E. !LaBelle. Belle! Wednesday night.

visiting in Moore Haven since leaving Nail, Mrs. T. .B. Shelley, Mrs. Mrs. Frieda ,Duke left Fridayfor -

Markette made a business Clewiston a short time ago, Harry Turner, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, her home in Okeechobee aftera -

trip to Tampa this week.E. has returned to Tampa and is tak- Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. R. C. visit of a week with her mother, FOR RENT-Furnished garageapartment
ing a course in Tampa Business with water and elec-
Wilson and Mrs. R. J. Lee. Mrs. Bessie Frasier.
L. Stewart College. tric light service included. SeeF.
spent a few days in. Mrs.
C. L. Arbuthnot returned
L. Williamson or call 376.
Jacksonville this week. STUDENTS RETURN HOME Sunday from a visit ofa week

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ingram were FOR SUMMER MONTHS with her mother, Mrs. Rofena Simsin -
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith and called to Bainbridge, Georgia, last Jacksonville. FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs

sons and Mrs.. J. G. Niblack were week by the death of Mr. Ingram's College boys and girls have returned Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Aiken bedroom suitable for one or two'

Fort Myers visitors Saturday.W. mother. Mr. Ingram returned Sat- to their homes this week- and daughter, Geraldine spent last persons. Phone 376 or call at

urday, but his wife is remainingfor premises. F. L. Williamson.
end for the summer vacation period. week in Brooksville with his

B. Cate left Wednesday for a couple ,of weeks. From Tallahassee came Misses Ruth parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Aiken.

Asheville, North Carolina, wherehe Knight,' daughter of Mrs. Jose- Steve Thomas and Harry Aiken NORGE REFRIGERATORS

will spend the summer months. Mrs. Roy Alston had as her phine Knight, Miss Betty Spicer, spent the week-end in Brooksvillewith
Furniture and Home fc-nrnlshings
--- guests!, this week her sister, Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Aiken's parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. .

J. Irving Davis of Albany, Ga. Walter Jenkins' and two sons of Helen Cate, daughter of Mr. and S. Aiken: -PHILCO RADIOS

'j! A spent a few days rn Clewiston on Fort Myers Beach and her mother, Mrs. W. B. Cate. Herndon Collney, assistant divi-

i ) business this week. Mrs. J. S. Willingham of Moore From the University of Floridaat sion engineer with the State >Road Household FurnishingsInc.

Haven. Gainesville, Coburn Moore, son department of Lakeland visited -

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lov- of Mrs. J. W. Moore, Ed Clark, Thursday in LaBelle.Mr. .

worn of Canal 'Point spent Sundayin Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Kingare son of Mrs. Fred Topper, Bot Pat- and Mrs. Clera Davis, their BELLE GLADE FLORIDA,

Clewiston. parents of a baby boy who was terson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. daughter, Connie Ann and Mr. and

born Wednesday afternoon at the Patterson and Richard Bestor. son Mrs. Travis Cochran were visitors

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and Good Samaritan hospital in West of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, returned Thursday in Fort Myers. J. S. CAMPBELL
sons, Billy and John, were week '
Palm Beach. Both mother and to Clewiston. Mrs. Clifford J. Richards, her

end guests of friends in Ocala. baby are doing nicely. Miss Ruth Knight and Richard daughter, Frances and Mrs. Robert :Jeweler & Watch-maker

Bestor were members of the senior Ketring made a trip Tuesday to
Mrs. Elbert L.. Stewart is
leaving classes and received their: degreesat Fort Myers.Mr. All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and
this week end for visit with her
a G. McCormack
graduation this week. and Mrs. Dan ,
mother and sister in Mr. and Mrs. F. M. WJright motored -
Macon, Ga. Misses Eleanor and Rosaline jr., of Miami spent the week end Optical RepairsAT
Sunday to Venice to visit. their
Luce will return shortly for sum- in LaBelle with his parents, Mr. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOPJ.
daughters at Gulfmoor
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meluh
returned mer with their parents, Mr. and and Mrs. D. G. McCormack, sr.
from Nancy Weight: returned home with
visit with
Monday a Mrs. B. P. Luce. They attend college Mrs. R. ,F. Lewis and son, Jack
relatives in them after a .ten days' stay in
Cape May City, New
M. COUSECounselor
in Boston. Lewis spent Wednesday in Arcadia .
Jersey. : where Mrs. Lewis attended a meet-
and Attorney at Law
PRE VACATION PARTY GIVEN ing of Rebekah lodge<<
Mrs. J. W. Moore and her familyare Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux re- Hopkins Building
Mrs. J. Milburn Rudd and Miss
enjoying a visit from her aunt, urned Thursday from Jeanerette, C. Dolores Lowry visited Sunday in Wednesdays and Saturdays

Mrs. Robert Stewart of Jackson Louisiana where they have been. Clewiston with Mr. Rudd and Harry 9:30 to 4:00
ville. I guests for the past six weeks. They ; Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis enter Hawkins. ,

visited their daughter, and their tained with a delightful pre-vaca-
Julius Moon, who is at work at AGENT
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips of son, Emil Mutrux, who came down tion luncheon and Michigan partyat Canal Point, spent the weekendin

I Fort Myers and Mrs. J. H. Walker from Massachusetts to be with his the Clewiston Inn on Tuesday.The .
LaBelle with his parents, L. B. Mershon--
guests assembled in the attractive
I ( of LaBelle were Saturday visitors arents. -
and Mrs. Robert J. Moon.
j I in" Clewiston. lobby of this beautiful Miss Marie Hampton arrived New York Life

Mrs. Josephine Knight, her son, hotel and were invited into the Tuesday from Tallahassee whero Insurance :

..' ,:', Miss Jewel Russell left Saturday Harry Knight and her daughter, dining room, where place cards she was a student at Florida State CompanyARCADIA 'I ',

'J for High Springs, where she was Irs.' C. E. Miner, spent a few days marked places for the entire groupat College for Wbmen. FLORIDA

called by the death of her grandfather in Tallahassee this week. They attended the large round table. Beside Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parsons
each plate was a lovely corsage of
', the graduation festivities and son, John Parsons, Mrs. LeRoy a
\ fresh garden flowers, favors from
Mrs. Knight's daughter Miss Ruth : Dana and son, LeRoy jr., and Miss
Mrs. I. M. Pafford motored to Knight, was a member of the grad- the hostess. Lucille Farrabee made a business 1

i' Venice Wednesday for several girls uating class. Tables for Michigan were arranged trip Thursday to Fort Myers.

\j)) who have been attending Gulfmoor on the upstairs veranda, Miss Margaret Johnson, who has ,
*M for the two weeks. and the guests enjoyed an after-
girls past
i. camp
in Punta Gorda
Mrs. V. B. Woodward of Orlando been at school arrived -
I ,: noon of cards. Mrs. J. G. Niblack
; is in Clewiston spending a few Sunday to spend the summer
4 Parker Wilson had as his ,guests was winner of high score and received -
weeks with her son, V. C. Woodward with her mother, Mrs. W. B. New-
,,.; Friday and Saturday his uncle and a thermos bottle as prize.
and Mrs. Woodward. Mr. ton and Mr. Newton.
c aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. 0., Bridges Mrs. R. N. Smith, holder of low .
Woodrow Parsons motored Monday -
and Mrs. Floyd Williams of Way-
eM of Jacksonville.Dr. score, was consoled with a lovely THE SAFETY OF
cross, Georgia, have returned to night to Fort Myers wherehe

their home after spending 'a: week compact. was joined by Miss Mary Scott, SAVINGS
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle left Those enjoying the party were
here. Mrs. Williams is 111''ood- Miss Mary Fagan and Ed Reaganfor
Thursday for a two weeks' vaca- Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Forest C.
ward's sister. a trip to Fort Myers, Beach.
tion. They relativesin ,Taylor. Mrs.: James A. McGehee,
are visiting Mrs. Joe Dougherty and children, as all liberal l profits
Rochelle and Richland, Georgia Mrs. H. R; Hall, Mrs Ivey Pafford,
w Mrs. Olin Carleton left Marjorie and Joe, jr., Mrs. Grover earned them fully
and in Graceville, Florida. I Sundayfor Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. R. N. Mildred by are
A. Hill and daughters,
her home in Atlanta after
Smith, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Mrs.J. .
and Esther, Mrs. F. H. Bumpassand INSURED *
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden spending the winter with her G. Niblack, Mrs. G. B. Rack-
children, June and Bubber, Mrs. UP TO JJOOO FOfS EACH ACCOUNT
t and two sons are leaving today for daughter, Mrs. Willard F. Simpson, straw, Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs.
C. E. Harris and children, Mrs.
here and in Okeechobee. Mr. and
two W. L. Brown Jr.
x at Fort Myers Beach, ,
William Mrs. R. B.
Mrs. Simpson accompanied Mrs. Clewiston.Federal
where they have. taken the Allred
Ranes and Weaver
arelton the Billy picnicked
to Tampa and spent
for their
cottage stay. GARDEN CLUB HOLDS LAST at Fort Beach.
Saturday Myers
week-end visiting Dr. and Mrs. and Loan
W. Link. They were joined Saturday night f
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Martinezand ,
by Messrs Hill, Dougherty, Bum'pass -
their sons, Oliver, Jack and Clewiston Garden Club, and Armstrong. AssociationBeginning ;

:,i, Junior have recently returned from : Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mrs. W. meeting at the home of Mrs.
--------------------------------- -
a vacation visit at their. former H. Lanier drove to Venice Wednes- Richard H. 'Knight Thursday after-

i\. home in Cuba. day for some of the Clewiston girls noon, held its last business sessionfor

.$ who have been spending a coupleof the present season. Accordingto .

!i' ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Lawrence weeks at Gulfmoor Camp. Included custom no meetings will be held

Ii V 1 left Sunday for a vacation in the group who returnedwere during June and July, the first '

,'- trip to the north. They will visit Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Misses meeting to be on the fourth Thurs-

Mr. Lawrence's parents, Mr. "and. Dorothy Hare and Betty Hooks, day in August. NOTICE) '

Mrs. A. L. Lawrence in Rushmore, leaders, Anne Pafford, Marianne Plans for the August meetingwere ,
tJ Minnesota. Jones, Corinne and Sue VonMach
discussed and a splendid report ','r-:
and Sheila Foster. of a trip to Miami was given c
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. White left by several members, Mrs. O. A. Sunday :

I Tuesday for Jacksonville. Mr. GENE LAND'S BIRTHDAY Jones, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. B. <

i 1'jL'i', "White has been employed by a OBSERVED WITH PARTY Rackstraw, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs.
'. 'J brokerage firm at Lake Harbor E. L. Stewart and Mrs. F. C. Taylor JUNE 5th 1938 .

since the close of the sugar season. who spent two days a few weeks
I Mrs. H. A. Land entertained
ago in Miami at the invitation of
yesterday afternoon at her home
Miss Ulla Jacobsen left Wednesday Mrs. N. C. Storey and Mrs. Charles Will Be
in ho'nor of the sixth birthday of Only One Drug Store Open.
for Tampa for a short visit Torrey Simpson. The group were
her son, Gene.Competitive .
with her father, P. Jacobsen, prior entertained by these two ladies,

I f ; to her marriage to Jones Bryan, games were arrangedfor who also arranged for them a Other Stores Will Be Closed /

which will occur in Tampa on Sun- the little folks during the tour through some of the. most Interesting -
afternoon and awarded the
day. prizes Miami gardens.Mrs. '
winners. Favors for the guestswere '
Knight conducted a flower ,
I 1 1r Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez is visiting little dolls for the girls and contest, which was won by Mrs.B. .

relatiyes in Gretna, Louisiana. Her boats for the boys. A. Bourne.

daughter, Shirley Ruth, who has Cake and cream sickles were Attending the meeting were Mrs.F. Sunday, June 5, one of the Alston stores

been attending school there this. served to the following guests: 1I.Varfght, Mrs. G. B. Rack-

past term, will return to Clewi&toi Gene and Jacqueline Bledsoe, Rich- straw, Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. B. will be open. Sunday, June 12, the Lake

with her for the summer. ard Knight, Charles and Rachel A. Bourne, Mrs. E. L.. Hayes, Mrs.B. .

( Miner, Doris Cothern,' Kay Bowden, E. Herring, Mrs. J. H. Pres- Drug will be open, alternating each Sunday -

Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence an Bob and Carline Berner, Margie sley, Mrs. A. O.. Ward and Mrs.'

spending a two weeks vacation in Allen, Glen Lowe, Skippy Cothern, Knight. thereafter for the entire summer.J. .

Franklin, North Carolina. They Anne Prewitt, Harry Vaughn.

made the trip by car, and were Claire Jones and Sally Graham.

accompanied. as far as Tifton, Ga., Mrs. Land was assisted in enter- Gloves Gloves once, Wedding were popular Gifts wed- G. NIBLACK D. G, ALSTON

by Mrs. Durrence's mother, Mrs. taining by her mother Mrs. H. C. ding gifts, it being customary to

x: V la Stone, who is visiting rela- Avant and her sister, Miss Marc'iaA fill them with coins before makingthe

tithere., van t. presentation.
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Desired to Know Who

Thrust Honor Upon HimAt

a prominent watering placea

large crowd gathered on the

4I pier gazing out to the swirling wa
ters. A man was struggling for

his life, shouting for'help.
I. i 1 '
1F r. x&jjt1 ; bS7 Suddenly, amid the cheers of the

/ c spectators, a young man dived
fully dressed into the sea and
; : brought off a gallant rescue.
4ri f The rescuer received the con-
gratulations of everybody who

witnessed the deed, and the sug-
CHAPTER Continned, heard Miss Millay read her own is. But I've been my own master Nora while he grinned at her impu gestion that the hero should be

-14- verses, and that makes a differ- too long now to be willin' to take dence. "It's not suitable for a Royal honored, was received with cheers. .

His mother stooped to caress the ence. Let me know when the latch orders. If I want to quit at noon Family to eat in the.kitchen, Mr. "Oh, well," said,the young man,

soft, fair hair; and Don said gently: string is out and I'll pay my respects and go fishin' off, the point, I quit.If Littlefield; ,and besides, those next "it's O. K. by me-but what I
"I stand rebuked, Nora. Now I'll to the Royal Family!I" I feel like workin till seven at two stalls are to be the banquethall. want to know is, who pushed me
be reasonable. What's your idea?" "We'll bid you to dine some eve- night to finish some thin' I set out to ." off the pier?"

"This," she told him. "Let's buy ning in the banquet hall!" smiled do,'I work. And I work honest. No "What do you think this old barnis

that barn, Don, and by degrees (as Nora as they turned away. one ever complained of a house ?" he questioned sternly. "Windsor -,
we have the money), make it into a "And who," said Don, when they built by Tom Littlefield. Let's go." Castle? The Royal Family!

home. To quote old Tom Little- stood in the sunlight outside the Then, and then only did Don Whoever heard o' such a thing?" CLASSIFIED

, field, the carpenter at the Port, it hideous frame building which speak. He said, with discretion But he kept right on obeying'orders
: "was.built at a lime when 'folks built housed the notary's small office, learned of marriage: "But we'll ; and one day astonished Nora

.;J:; ,honest.' It was, built to stand. I'll "who would suspect that aged pa- have to know something about the by inquiring where "the royal bed- DEPARTMENT
{I, admit that it's not beautiful. The triarch of reading the moderns?" cost, Mr. Littlefield. This wife of chamber" was to be-upstairs or

"' cupola with its ridiculous colored "I would," retorted Leonora. mine has a prejudice against run- down?

windows is an eye-sore, of course; "He's, no moss-back, Don. He's a ning bills." Overhearing the question, Don

but it,can be taken down-" perfect' example of what they usedto The carpenter raised a rugged, collapsed with mirth. A royal bed- OLD GOLD
"You that darling little call a scholar and a gentleman.But protesting hand. chamber seemed this
mean so foreign to Highest Cash Price paid by return mall
house on top of the old, barn, Mummy he'll never know how superblythat "That'll be all right. You're honest sturdy old builder with the New for your discarded gold watches teeth .'
quotation fits our case. Father folks, and I'm not worryin' about spectacles etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
? Young Donald spoke quickly, England twang in his voice, and Mail today. Everett, Box 613, Macon, Ga.
in alarm. "I love that cunning lit told me once, back in the days,when my pay. This little lady has got the New England sense of humorso

tle house, Mummy. Daddy and me he was fighting the thought of our to be made comfortable. When the ( often mistaken for something ,.

climbed up there once, didn't we, marriage, that to survive, a house job's done, pay what you can, and quite the opposite) lurking in the On Illinois AtlasA
Daddy? We saw the lighthouse way, must be built upon a rock. the balance whenever it comes depths of his blue eyes.

way out to sea; and a big steamer handy. I been doin' business that The weeks passed rapidly. Mid-
of the
'Safe the solid rock the ugly for survey names of townsin
upon forty (so long's I
I Everything looked so kind of houses stand way years August was there before they knew I Illinois shows that this state has
cheerful. Daddy 'splained it was ; it; but Tom Littlefield continued to
an Alpha and an Omega. Fidelity -
Come and see my shining palace
because the windows are such pret- arrive at' o'clock and
'seven not and
built the sandI'"Don't Equality Confidence are
ty colors. Daddy liked it too, Mum upon once had ,he been tempted to "quitat represented. One can travel 'with-

my. Don't you let anybody take it noon." in its borders to Vienna Venice
down you see what I mean? ,
"I see that you don't regard me Don arose early in those days, tip- Havana, or even America.
Said Don, who had, the wisdom as possessing the comfortable stability toed about the shack, getting alight Games represented are Polo and

never to laugh when his small son of a rock, my dear!" rJ.u I tea: + breakfast, and sometimes left be- Rugby. Fair Weather is not very
was serious: "The cupola remains.It "You possess it in the essentials," fore Nora was awake. Later she far from Snowflake, and Rising
can be our watch tower. What, followed with'the children and Sun isn't much
replied Nora soberly, "which is, all a farther south.
my darling, he asked of Leonora, that matters; and, you've got the picnic lunch; the baby took his nap There are Chili and Sandwich,
"is man's castle without its watch
a lovely changing quality of the sand in an old packing box, obliviousto if one is hungry. There are Prince,

tower? as well. When I was a small girl the sound of hammer and saw; Diamond, Zenith, Raven, Mead-
For the first time in fifteen min.
Dad took me to the sea one sum- while small Donald sat on a nail ows, Eagle, White Pigeon, Rose-
utes Nora drew a breath of sheer p, te keg and handed things to his fatheras bud and
mer. I used to sit four hours on the Romeo, all evidences of
relief. Don was won! His imagination beach, Don, and with ayee tin j requested, forgetting in this ab- the romantic strain in the early

had started working, and once shovel lift off layer after layer of sorbing interest that he'd intended settler. The towns too often showno

that got going there was no stop- damp sand; and every layer was tunneling to Italy that season.It evidence that the dream of the
him. For six she had
ping years different from the one before-like I was Leonora who suggested early settler was justified.-Chicago
been an uncomplaining nomad. Life, g'JL ;
beautiful fabrics woven in varying moving in. "It'll save the long walk Tribune.
despite its ups and downs, its some (# .
It used to fascinate and
patterns. me night morning, Don. It'll save
times terrifying hardships had been
because I never knew what the next time; and it can't be much more in-
rich and colorful and adventurous
; layer would be; and it's the same convenient than the shack is now.
but there were times when, woman- with you, dear. Just as I'm sureI 'The living room-" ("Ball room," jilIwl I
like she had dreamed of possessinga
know you inside out, up springs corrected the builder dryly) "is en-
real home, even though she knew some quality I hadn't dreamed ,of! tirely finished. The fireplace burns
Don Mason's wife that ,
( )
being they Who wants an ugly house to live h1: I Iw. like a breeze; and there's a sink in
would occupy it only periodically.And in year after year, Don, if one can the kitchen even if there's no water G ,psssa pVIAT boy CApB rRE
her dream was to come enchanted in- GIRLS.
have a palace for-for running into it.
true! Nora laughed, a laugh so joy- ,J "
tervals? : "And'speaking of water, observed -
ous and unguarded that Don real fi ,
"I wish you wouldn't say such 1{ Don, "the report on this well
ized for the first time, perhaps, things on a public street, Nora," # lIt water is O. K., Nora. It came this
how courageously his wife had re- husband. "It shouldn't SMALL SIZE E,
complained her might morning. Why we move? G tsLA31.20ZE
linquished her own dreams that his 60c ,
shock these undemonstrative
repressed, was Leonora who suggested
might be fulfilled The knowledge natives of the state o' moving in. Thus there came a day when with
brought him a sense of his own un- ."
Maine to see a man embrace his the aid of two Portland movers
,worthiness. He said, voice husky: I wife, under a telephone pole! Come knew the folks 1 dealt with), andI (hailed by Jim Perkins as they

"I'm a moron, Nora-a dumbbella on now, let's beard the village carpenter 'never lost, a copper. Now let's passed through town), Nora's beau- enaro
complete washout. I hadn't an I in his den. There's no time not waste any more time." tiful piano stood on the spot plannedfor Brings Blessed Relief

idea that you were missing-any, to spare if we're to see the begin- Nor did they! It was astonishing it; and Don said: "Christen the from aches and pains of

thing. With me, you know, home is I; nings of this home you've set your how fast the work progressed. For ballroom, Nora. Play something RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
simply 'where the heart is.' I oughtto whole-heartedly he had 'On with the
i heart on before we sail for Naples as as ever appropriate. dance, and LUMBAGOTry
have understood that a woman on November tenth." embarked on an adventure, Don let joy be unconfined.' a bottle Why Suffer!

feels differently-needs some placeto "Oh, let's not think about November threw himself into the making of I So, seated upon an upturned box, __ '"HlfllcteleaI'41IcJIt."Ji.e'U: ,_

call her own. Why didn't you I tenth!" Don felt a pang at the Nora's, home. Day by day, early Nora played; and looking, up as the
tell me? I'm only a blundering man, i protest in Nora's voice. "I want to and late, he worked beside the car- haunting strains of "The Beautiful WNU-7 22-38

darling, but I love you and I haven't forget such things as boats and rail- penter. Nora worked too, at any Blue Danube" died away, beheld

meant to be self-centered. Of course roads and suitcases for a little task she could lay hands on. Even the entire working'force, apparently
we'll that barn if it's what Donald carried out rubbish
buy you while. We've'got four months before small hypnotized.Old GET RID OF
want and there's sufficient cash with solemn in the
on -we have -to leave, Don. We pride thought Tom Littlefield stood in the
hand to pay for it! Come on, kid- that he was "helping build our doorway staring straight ahead
can do a lot. And it won't be so
dies! Let's take a look at our future if house." through a window that faced the
hard to go away our home's in BIG UGLY
home. Your is Sometimes the old
mamma more order (or even disorder!), waiting carpenter sea. One of the Portland movers
than a wonder, Jimsy. She's some I to welcome us again next spring." would disagree with Nora. The size (perched on a barrel) appeared 'to

thing that's utterly impossible to describe I Don said, as they turned down a of the living room disturbed him. have gone into a sort of trance;
and we don't deserve her. side street: "Would you rather not "It's too big," he protested. "It while the other was wiping suspi- PORESPlENTY
Watch out Nora! Here's the won't be snug and cozy like a sittin' -
big go to Italy this year, Nora?" cious moisture from his eyes, and
wave you prophesied a while ago!" "We must," she answered. "I room should" be. It's big as a Jim Perkins stood before the fire- OF DATES NOW..DENTON'S

Don's warning came too late. promised Constance. Their villa ball room! place, arms folded, head sunk for-
There was a rush-a scrambleawail seems so big and lonely without "It is a ball room," retorted Nora; ward,-lost'to the world. FACIAL MAGNESIA MADE HER

of anguish from James Lam- Ven. And it's such a wonderful "and as for its being cozy-you Don, as the 'music ceased, didn't SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL
bert Mason. Safe the dunes the wait and see! A baby-grand piano
on chance for you, Don. You can fare look up at all. His wife suspectedthat
baby pointed seaward to where his forth gathering material to write takes up space', you know; and-Oh, he was in the same plight as Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly I

small, red shoe: a tiny, fearless about, and know that the boys and I don't fuss any more," she pleaded."I the second Portland man. Even the pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the eon {

craft amid the breakers, was set- are safe and comfortable. Of course want it big. I've "lived in band children remained quiet; and at smoothness of a fresh young complexion.Denton's .

ting sail across the broad Atlantic. we'll go; but it will be.so ,wonderfulto boxes for" six years. last the mover seated on a barrel Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
unsightly skin.Ugly disappear,
"Well, sighed the old builder pores
know we are coming back! And said: "I remember that tune. Seemsas skin becomes firm and smooth.
with dubious shake of his
CHAPTER %lIt when Father finds we're really liv- a gray if my wife must ha' played it
head, "it's your house; but remem- Watch your complexion take on new beautyEven
ing somewhere somewhere civilized when we was goin' together.
was early summer when they I mean (you know his feel- ber I warned you. "That's queer," the other man observed Magnesia the first make few a treatments remarkable with difference.Denton'Facial With I
Don would in his hammer-
bought the stable with its surround- ing about Europe!), he may come pause shamefacedly thrusting his the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually". A
ing savin covered pastures its will." ing when' these discussions raged. the texture of your skin become smoother day by tJ
to see us. I-I am sure 'he handkerchief 'into a pocket, "but washed clean.Wrinkle
I Sometimes he'd his shoulder day.Imperfections ere *
stretch of dunes and beach. Don, a say over darned if I wasn't thinkin' that very I dinppear.Beloreyouk.now It Denton'
smile of understanding in his eyes, i Tom Littlefield, a weatherbeatenbut : "Oh, let her alone, Mr. "Little- thing! Kind o'-kind o' brings things Gradually you entirely new skin loveliness.

presented the deed to Nora with vigorous man of sixty-odd, was field. She's on the war path! And i back, don't it?" EXTRAORDINARY OFFER

such a flourish that the white-haired in his shop: a neat white building the grizzled product of the "wild The carpenter's blue eyes twin- -Saves You Money
New shore" would wink You can try Denton's radel.1egn.da on the
notary who witnessed the signatures 'at the rear of comfortable dwell- England kled at this confession."It most liberal offer we have ever made-good for
inquired if she were plan- ing house. "He makes me thinkof solemnly, pick up his tools, and continue I sure does," he admitted. "I a few weeks only.We will send you a full 12 o*. JfJ
do Nora said. bottle(retail price$1)plut a regular sized box '
to exactly as "
ning to "make a palace of that old a tree at timberline," Don said donno as I ever heard that piece of famous MJneila Wafer. (known throughout "
barn?" later. "The sort I've seen in the They concentrated on the living before, but it did somethin' to me. the country as the original Milk of Magnesia

"I've seen her do things even Colorado Rockies, gnarled by the room at first; and when the. partietions If you want the truth, Mis' Mason, you tablets what), pluG your the skin Denton specialist Magic..Mirror.) ; .(all show for

moire incredible," laughed Don; wind, you know, but strong and were in place and the wide I wa'n't here at all. I was 'seein' only$11 I Don't miss out on this remarkable offer.

while Nora, her face lighting at the sturdy." casement windows finished, it was Nelly home' ,after a church supper Write today.

ord man's words, responded: The man's face brightened at Leonora who tacked builders' pa- forty years back. You better lock

"It will be a palace to me, any- sight Leonora. It brightened still per to the walls of one end, whilea up that piano and keep it locked if DENTON'SFacial

way-my shining palace. That's more when she disclosed their mason from the Port constructeda you want this downstairs finished by
what we'll call it, thanks to your plans. Don, content to stand aside chimney at the other; and Don November first." MagnesiaSELECT

inspiration, Mr. 'Moore. If ever .and watch them, saw at a glance and Tom Littlefield moved their (TO BE CONTINUED)
you're tempted to read the modern that they understood each other, work bench into one of the box PRODUCTSIno.e .

poets, look up Millay and perhaps this strangely assorted pair "I stalls that was destined to becomea Ancient Hygiene 4402-23rd St.,

you'll understand." see," the carpenter kept saying, "I kitchenette. While methods of disease trans- long Island City,N.Y. j

To her surprise the notary quoted see." And when she had finished: "And what I don't understand," mission are discoveries of recent (Enclosed cash or.tamp.find$1)

without hesitation: 'Come and see "What I'd advise, Mis' Mason, is to grumbled the old man goodnaturedly years, the Mosaic laws made pro- for which send me your.
my shining palace built upon, thesand" measure up the place and make a "is why anyone in their senses vision against transmission that are combination.special Introductory

? Well, this future home of' sketch of where you want partitions.I'll should want a sittin' room big similar to our own, but go a long,
,yours is. surely built upon the sand; run you down in the Ford right enough to accommodate a trolley long way further. A person who .
and I have no doubt you'll make it ,now, and we'll look it over. And line, and a kitchen so small you touched an unclean animal or thing : Name------------------------._

shine surpassingly. Yes, I love the I'll be on hand at seven sharp tomorrow can't eat breakfast there cold morn- caught the uncleanness and had to .. Street Addrett.................. -

poets, Mrs. Mason, though as a rule mornin' ready to begin. in's. 'Tain't sensible, if ask himself and his clothing in .... v
you wash = City.,_________. State..____ _
my taste in poetry is as old-fash- "I'm not a union man, though me." running water, sometimes the I ........................
ioned as I am myself. But I've I've nothin' at all against those that "But I didn't ask you," retorted cleansing lasting for many days


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By well as the fact that they are all trial which opens Monday morningin

and Mrs. F. I. Hill left good fellows, the entire Glades can circuit here.

Clewiston Wednesday after a seven' R. Bitting At Hotel well pay a much deserved tribute Davis is under a grand jury in-

year's residence here, where Mr. OpeningEach to Jay Moran and his organization, dictment for murder following the

Hill has been connected with the many of whom are with us tonight. Christmas night shotgun killing of

United States Sugar corporation. I and every time I come to -haps -lam prejudiced, but I think I am going to surprise you this his wife, Mildred, at their home in .

Mr. and Mrs. Hill are now in the Everglades I get a thrill. This the success of sugar culture duringthe evening by not talking about sugar, LaBelle. Davis has claimed the
Clearwater for a visit with the quotas and offshore producers. In
shooting accident.
time' was different in two respects. past seven, years has had a was an
formerS: parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I was more than thriled to be great deal to do with the creationof closing, I want all to know that I ''Mrs. Davis lived about an hour

J. Hill. They will make a trip to coming to take part in a very such need. The high type of am very proud of the organizationthat after being wounded in the ad-

New York next month before establishing material and concrete manifestation farmer who is today cultivatingmuch :: has made possible the fieldsof domen. Her dying statement ,to

their. home elsewhere.. of the stability of the Everglades oT this Lake region has had cane you saw as you came to Dr. A. O'Bannon was "It was no
The local friends of this town and the evidence of well- "
many accident.: Morris
but over that thrill was much to do with the creation ,of shot me.
popular couple regret to lose them cast a great shadow. Here, at this such need. The far-seeing merchants being you see here.

as Clewiston residents. table, tonight' is a vacant. chair of the area had much to Highway 24 WorkIs

that cannot be filled and it 'will do with the creation of such need. SEVERAL NEW FACES ARE IN

Rain Causes- only be in the fullness of time that Underlying all of these things LEGISLATURE FOR '30 SESSION Now CompleteLaBelle

we all will appreciate the great must be the far-seeing judgementof

---'j' good that W. I. Evans accomplished an individual. Tonight we are TALLAHASSEE, May 25, (AP)

(Continued From Page 1) tor the Everglades.Here all honored by having that Individual -The 1939 'Florida Legislature will ( News)

... Duff(13)- in the heart of the greatest with us. Clewiston Inn, is. have '10 new Senators in a member-
Construction of five miles
W. R. Dickinson(26) vs Mrs. H. agricultural region in the world, of course, named such because it Is ship of 38 and 45 new Repre- of I
paving on state highway 164 has
O. Mitchell(35)R. we are opening a hotel that is tho in Clewis ton and Clewiston; was sentatives in a membership of 95,
; just completed by the state
Jaren(30) vs Arthur Wells equal in appointments and comfortsto named by adding T-O-N to the If unofficial reports on the two
road department. With the mile
(8) any hotel in Florida. This is name of that individual-Mr. Alonzo primaries are not changed by the
and a half stretch below the four-
John Thomas(11), ) vs pave Al- not a tourist hotel but we all hope C. Clewis, who has honored all canvassing boards, this will be the way station which it joins on the

ston(20)Ed many tourists, will use it. Thisis of us by his presence tonight. line-up: -
north, this makes six and a half
VonMach(26)) Vs H. J. Stein not an industrial or commercial During the past five years there The Senate,: miles of paving.

(26)J. hotel, but we hope many industrialists has developed throughout the Lake Terms expiring 19. Six did not There is no project hanging fire'
B. Jones(22) vs Bill Owen, merchants and financiers will : seek re-election three
region a spirit of cooperation that were unop- at present for further work on
Jr.(13) use it. It is fundamentally a hotelto has had much to do with the crea- posed, six defeated opponents, and 164 while it is hoped the entire
Tom Shelley(7)) James Winn serve the needs of this great four incumbents defeated. Netchang'e
: tion of the need for a hotel suchas were stretch from the end of the present
(26) farming region and it is dedica this, and such spirits will do 10 new men, 'and 28 who paving south to the Tamiami Trail

Larry Nash(7) vs E: E. Kelly ted to that purpose. much for the future developmentof served in the 1937 session, includingthe will be accomplished in the
(17) The fact that a hotel of the size 19 holdovers.The nearQ'
this great area. All of the cent- future. <--
John Hooker(16)) vs J. F. Cur- and type of the Clewiston Inn is ers of population in the Lake region house:

ry(16) built in the Glades is the best indication should show greater growth duringthe Terms expiring, 95. Sixteen unopposed -

A. E. Kirchman(30) vs Edwin that a need for it exists. next five years than was experienced for renomination, 34 incumbents Sheriff Seizes Ten

Ward(18) What has created that need? Pev- during the past five years. defeated opponents, 17 incumbents -

Ralph Kirk (15)) vs E. M. Van- With the reopening of Road 25, were defeated, and 28 Marble Boards Here

Landingham from Twenty Mile Bend to Belle incumbents did not seek renomin-

Mrs. W. C. Owen(30) vs Owen state and was made possible by Glade and' the opening of Road 26, ation. Net change 45 new mem-

Winn(19)) the high class of business men and giving the lower East Coast direct bers; 50 old members. In the 1937 (LaBelle News)

D. M. Dickinson(20) _vs A. L. farmer in the EVprglades area. access to the Everglades, the travel house, there were 72 new members. Sheriff H. L. DeLaney took in

Hackett(17) and was dedicated to the use of through the Lake region should be six marble game machines and

Mrs. Don Young(35) vs W. C. farming interests in the Everglades.He substantially increased. I hope the Jury List Drawn four of the smaller, pistol type,
said that he believed that increased -
Prewltt(16) new Inn will be the means of after Governor Fred Cone issued
W. C. Owen(12)) vs Emmett traffic over Roads 25 and to for whilein
causing many linger a For Davis Trial orders that they. must be stopped
Shelley(6). 26, was assured in the next yearor the Everglades and thus havean from operating. That abolishes all

First Round Pairings Second two and that the beautiful new opportunity to learn, at firsthand slots in this end of, Hendry county.

Flight: Inn would be an inducement for the great advantages of the
(Hendry County News) The larger machines used slugs
John ,Harris(12) Bye many travelers to stop for a visitin area. Judge George W. Whitehurst and nickles, the smaller ones pen-

H. J. Harris(30) vs Robert Clewiston. He spoke of the nies. The pay off came from the
The Clewiston Inn. Most of you Wednesday afternoon drew a jury
number of independent cane .
Creech grow-
remember the old Inn, destroyedby list at the courthouse in LaBelle machine. '
Mrs. F. D. Duff(15)) vs C. V. ers present at the dinner and said fire this past September, and
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that the future growth of the Ever- :
Parkinson .
(17) here, but little more than eight
Louis 'Gold(12) vs Dr. W. J. glades section was in having these months later, this new modern NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT 1937 EVERGLADESDRAINAGE ::

'\Vlhite] (15)) independent growers_ increase in hotel, unsurpassed in any city, DISTRICT TAXES.
number as rapidly as 'poss ble. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all lands delinquent on June 6th,
Mrs. H. J. Stein(35)( H. O. I
vs large or small, in South Florida, 1938. for non-payment of EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for
Mr. closed his talk witha
Mitchell(26)) Bitting I stands a monument to the faith, the year 1937 or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
.it Dr. J. W. Ezelle(30) B. E. tribute to Mr. Duff and to Mr. due for taxes on said lands for said year, together with the cost of sale
vs industry and energy of those who specified in the laws governing: said District will be sold at public auction
Herring(29) Owen for their work on the ghoul believe in the Everglades. beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day of June. 1938, at the
Mrs. Frank Breen construction and to Mr. Moran and front door of the Court House in the City of LaBelle Florida, and con-
Bye I, would be remiss if I did not tinuing until said sale is completed.A .
Mrs. L. C. Betzner(35) vs Thur- his organization. Mr. Bitting also pay a well-earned tribute to Bill complete list of such delinquent lands is available for public inspection -
introduced A. C. Clewis of Tampa during the business hours at the office of the Tax Collector for
mond Knight(30)
Owen for his excellent work on House LaBelle Florida, and
the County of Hendry in the Court at Inquiriesas
whose in the early develop-
part the Inn; to Deane Duff for his to lands included in said delinquent list, by mail or by telephone, or in
4 ment of Clewiston was such that person, during business hours will be fully answered by the office of said
work for Clewiston and
Inn Opening- energetic -
Tax Collector.
the city was named for him.
to the local merchants who have FRANK A. DAUGHERTY,

The last speaker on the programwas rendered real worth: while advice, Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida.

(Continued from page 1) I, Russell :Kay, of Tampa, secre- suggestions and encouragement.I .

the evening was next introducedby 1 tay of the Florida Press Association see many independent cane Notice of Tax Sale for Delinquent 1037 South Florida M''

Mr. Alston. Mr.: Bitting said who extended the congratulations growers here this evening. To. .Conservancy District Tnx.es b-

that he was proud to be presentfor I l of the weekly newspapersof them, I extend the best wishes of Notice Is hereby given that nil lands delinquent on June 6th, 1938
the hotel opening and thrilled : the state to the Clewiston Hotels all connected with the Sugar Com- the }'earJ.'137, or so much thereof as may be necessary: to pay the amount
with his visit which was only Company before giving his favorite pany for bigger and better har- due for taxes 011 said lands for said year, together with the cost of sale
specified in the laws governing;' said District, will be sold at public auction .
clouded by the empty chair of W.I. [ .story about the Italian at his vests. On them rest a duty to beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day of June, 1938 at the front 1

Evans at the speaker's table first baseball bame. The story was lead the way' for more and more door of the Court. House in the City of LaBelle. Florida, and continue until
said sale is completed.. ,
and he paid tribute to the sugar 4 enjoyed thoroughly by everyone independent cane growers in the A complete list of such delinquent lands is available for public in- '

corporation's attorney who died present[ Lake region. spection during business hours at the office of the Tax Collector for the
County of Hendry in the Court House at LaBelle Florida and inquiriesas
suddenly in Washington last week. Following the diner the wives The sugar organization has con- to. lands included in such delinquent list by mail or by telephone, or in
Mr. Bitting said that the new and sweethearts .of the guesfs were tributed much to the development person, during business hours will be fully answered. by the office of said
Tax' Collector.
hotel was the equal in appointments iand nvited in for dancing which lasted of the Lake region and if given FRANK A. DAUGHERTY- \

comforts of any hotel in the until a late' hour. I tne opportunity will do a great Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida.




The following report of the Receiptsand Disbursements of the SCHOOL Funds of Hendry County for the year ended June 30. 1936, with the Depository Balances sand :;
amounts of Warrants outstanding, report of Notes Bonds and Time Warrants, affecting the SCHOOL Funds of said County for the year ended June 30, 1936. with the ,
said Balances: outstanding, together with report of the Assets and Liabilities, of the School System of said County, as reported by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for' ..
county is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 6813, Acts. of 1915 of the Laws! of Florida. .
\ J. M. LEE.. Comptroller.

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