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: October 17, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00288
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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6 P. 1\1. G A. M. Date Max Mln Rainfall .

NOT. DEMAND ALL OF Oct. 9 ......,............... 18.4 11 PROTECTION AGAINST INDEPENDENTS Oct. 6 ;.,......... 85 74' TRIED IN COUNTY "

Oct. 10 ...........?,;.....,, 18.4 U.5 Oct. 7 .....,...... 84 73

NOW Oct 11 ........;...........' 18.4 lZf.r fAll Oct. 8 ...,....;... 84 71
Oct. 12 ............:....... 18.4 1 .5 principals of the Democratic'part ,an Independent in the general elec Oct. 9 .....,...... 84 66

t. Oct 13 .............:...... 18.4 1 8.4 ). were thrown to the winds 'tion. We also predict that Mr. .Stewart Oct. 10 ........,... 84 63

State Will Turn Over Oct. 14 .................... 18.3 11S.4: Wednesday when the county com r., will be defeated in the general Oct. 11 ............,"'85 72 Luckey Charged With

Oct. 15 B3: H.4 missioners:: met at LaBelle to pass election October 12 .... 85 70 ....3.07

I Money As Collected on petition presented by candidates %%,When you get right down to the Possession Of Still Is

From District.The to run against the Democratic nom. .bottom, of the whole thing, everyman Declared Mistrial.Only

LIST OF QUALIFIED inees. ':...*... that filed his petition is a VOTERS NAMES ARE .

way has been cleared for: the Every petition that was presented :Democrat at heart and'' is just trying one case had been tried In

... .construction and completion of the VOTERS IS PUBLISHEDAS regardless from whom it was pre- to get into office to defeat a STRICKEN FROM LIST County Court up to Thurday morn

cross state waterway it was learned sented was passed and the clerk or- man that he knew ho could not de- ing. The State of Florida vs. Clifford
from Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen in her APPEARS ON BOOKList dered to print the names of the pe- feat in the primary election, whichif BY COMMISSIONERS' Luckey charged with the possession

speech at Lake Worth last Tuesday titinoer on the ballot. xpressed_ in the right terms is of a liquor still;was called for Tuesday

'.,..,' .night. It will be a.,.;many a moon before the. election in which THE PEOPLE and resulted in a mistrial.
Mrs.' Owen spoke before a capacity Should Be Examined some of these names aro printed on elect/ their choice of a man to rep- Commissioners Stricken The jury was summoned for Monday -

: house at Lake Worth, she reviewed To See I If You Are the DEMOCRATIC ticket to be voted 't'resent them. in their county and Names Of Those Who bul due to an Injunction filed

her activities while in Cong- on In November. we recall_ one state affairs. Their choice should be by L. O. Gravely to disqualify Coun-
ress and gave a brief but interesting Qualified. petition in particular that wa g' presented Anal and those who. were nominated Have Moved. ty Judge Ross from trying cases

account of her efforts in having the for a candidate to run against In.. the Primary, should be electedWithout docketed against several ot his clients

Flood Control project "passed through A list of qualifie dvoters is being Arthur Gomez, candidate for States opposition In the general According to law the county commissioners court was adjourned until the

the last session of Congress.Mrs. 'published in ,this issue of the Clew- Senator, from Key West. This petition i'election. That is as far as a Democrat must meet twenty days injunction could be he'ard before the

\. Owen stated that tIle work iston News. Examine this list and was filed in the clerk's office, ffi is concerned If a candidate: before the general election and Honorable GeorfeV.. "Whitelnirst,
see if are qualified to vote In !
,has already begun on surveying theM you on October 10th and'there were comes out as a Republican and is a strike from the list of qualified voters Judge of the Circuit Court of this
the General Election which is to be
r right of way for the caiial:: that will twenty-six names on the ,petition '..Republican.. we .respect him, and he all names of persons who have district. However. the injunction was .
held month. If name does
be dredge around the southern end next your when it was filed. One bT Mr. Go has a right to run for any office in changed their address or moved withdrawn by Mr. Gravely before

'. of the lake. not appear on the list turn to the mez friends counted the names a'ria' Ithe general election. However, his from the county, or from oiie" voting the case was called and court was
which has been ij
legal advertisement
discovered that two of the parties chances of being elected In Hendry convened the following day.
United States Senator Duncan U. ,..... dIstrict. to another. This was done
prepared by the Board<; of County signing the petition had County slim. The entire second day was taken
Fletcher ''sta'ted at a meeting in their names are very last Wednesday by the County Commissioners -
Commissioners and see if it has been
Okeechotfee last week: that the gov- removed from the registration list. Bfrrhere were several other .petitions' and approximately. fifteen up sounding the docket and setting

.. vernment was going ahead with the stricken from ,the roll if taken you find off During the recess for lunch two other ,filed with the, commissioners. E. B.Butler names were taken from the list of: the cases" to be tried. The caserotLuckey

-work and would .allow the State that your name has, been names were placed on the petition | announced for office of Constable qualified voters. was called in the morning

,the list of qualified voters you .will and after deliberating for two hours
and it with these in Justice of the Peace Court
time to collect, taxes from the, Flood was presented This list is published in this weeks
have to make a showing to the boardof the jury stated that It could not
additional written in during 'InfDistrict numbber one. Mr. Blitler
t Control District to pay their share the 24th names issue of the News and should be ex-
ofc the total expense which will be Commissioners the 'lunch. hour. .is running, for an office that no candidate amined by every voter To ascertain agree on a verdict and was dismissed
will not be al
of October
day or yon
Another petition was presented byJ. ,sought in the Primary, nor Dy JUUge toss alter ueuuu-
2000000., This money Is to be raised if your name was taken from the
lowed to vote. This is a impor-
by taxation within the Flood Control E. Beardsley, for member of the was, thero any: candidate nominated roll. If such be the case you will ing the case a mistrial.
tant matter and all who are inter-
Court was convened again Thursday
school board. Mr. In the primary for this office.,
District and only the lands that are should that their BeardTSley signedan have to make a showing as to why
ested in voting' see
morning with still eight or ten
list of Democratic
affidavit that he had not the nominees
this district will bear the
your name should not be taken off
names are included in this to be tried. With slow
cases the motion -
burden to be placed upon them by In the affairs of_ a ny party wll be published ,infull. and every 'before October 24th. You may dothis
of the of the courtit
the acts of the that had nominated a candidate.. for loyal Democrat in this county will
last legislature. by affidavit filed with the clerkof
\ predicted that the court would
CONDITION OF GOLF the office of Member of the School go to the polls and support that was
The Government will release their nominee, the court and by: so doing you rain into next week. This will be the
Board from District Number One whenthe election is held
I part of the $7,500,00 in proportion will not have to appear before the first time in the history of fiendry
Mr. Beardsley _not only voted in the ""m:: November. 'Now is the time to N ,
to the amount as raised by: the state.It .. COURSE IMPROVING! '. board. County that the County Court .has
its understood that the state has primary, election, in_ which Mr. Jackson put an end to' this Independent can-
secumt WCCA.
gone into rue ,
was nominated but seTved' as'a 'cudafe. If he thinks enough of his
about 5600,000 ready to-turn over to WITH DAILY PLAYING 'R. H. Hancock, ,Sheriff[ of Hendry
member ,of the election board that party or himself to come out in the 'OIL IS BEING PLACEDON
the government. The government will county"and Judge Ross are the
helped to',nominate Mr., Jackson. He Primary and. .run like a main and
release about -2,000,000 as their officials, H. A. Rider is prosecuting
\ was the regulaT'' nominee and resigned take. his defeat' like a man, spend NEW STATE ROAD
part of this fund. Company Suggests Local Attorney for the County and handles
and left:''before, the general his money and time 'to get nominated
Actual work on construction is ''-. all county matters as far as prosecuting -
.. Resident Name .;1ection.I I' like the other candidates have
>; .:.. .:'.sure. to begin about the first of the I .' ran* TO COUNTY LINE 'I, the 'defendants 'before the
His petition theyrhitli' '''andw is defeated or ,nominated ,thentheentire
-' ws'L'a.lso.fhedhn j t' .
Hole I _
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car. The engineefs Eaclt ', ..R- court:
are now busy .. # jjii&mSt: **? i
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n. i .t ):--=:_- ..$.,,_..-. ..-- :o C.the mofith hicu majrcaus* .
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completing, Tner Lirvey of file proposed 7'.A' ; '" :-, .."-. ;.;.. .. ',;.I( ; ;Jr' c.;....
his name to be stricken fifom the him. 1C a man is not wanted by '
canal and dike and wnen this Clewiston golf fans are enjoying Will Be Open To Traffic
list of voter and may not be printedon the 'voters in his district and is not CIVIC CLUBS TO BE
the Improved
work Is completed the actual con- condition of the local '
the ballot. A question- will be i their choice, in selecting a man to Within A 'Few Days .
struction will begin. golf course. Last Sunday showed a

r 'Mrs. Owens statement was ele- substantial increase In the number raised as to the affidavit he signed, represent them' then he has'Tio rightto Says Contractor.A ASKED TO JOIN IN

of some seem to think that :Mr. Beards- stay out and ask the. balance of
brated by Howard" W. Selby, players on the course. '
ley made a way clear for the ''next the county to nominate and elect the
coat of oil is being put on
who is vice chairman of the Flood Under the direction of W. C. Owen CLEANUP MOVE
grand jury to investigate that partof him against the will of 'those whomhe state highway from the Palm Beach
Control Board. Governor Carlton is the course fs being kept In excellent
"' the petition. If it is proven that is to represent in the coming county line to Clewiston. The rock
: chairman Mr. Jackso nwas not a nominee of foundation was placed on this, sec-
.:" of state officials at Tallahassee and being cut every other week. The year.We Will Organize To Make
the Democratic ,party in the primary are against such principals as of the state road about thirty
'./ local members from the Flood Con greens are in perfect condition and tion !
,.' : '. held in June and was not' nominatedby this and when another primary days ago. Traffic has been passingover City Beautiful ,During
: : tiol District. players are enjoying the improved
the party the his affidavit will be comes around and these menseek the road daily, except when Tourist Season.
condition of the course.
The Federal appropriation is expected -
passed without question.This is one office they will be reminded of the rain halted traffic due to the fact
be taken When Congress The Palm Beach and Lake Placid
to up '.J of the questions that will be decided' time they bolted the democratic par- that with traffic running over the With the grinding season approaching -
.. the first of the ear,
,convenes courses are using temporary greensas
when his petition is brought before ty and ran as an Independent. 1 say road it caused a wash board effect.R. hundreds of visitors will
stated Mrs. Owen.FALKINER the afe
regular greens being the court for inspection their political term is ended in the
A. Shaw, local representative of come into Clewiston, to witness the
-- sanded and in winter
: planted rye. There is no question f n county, and they are dead for ever. the Powers Construction Company, manufacturing: of sugar at the factory -
Several ''Moore Haven have
WRITESHARVESTERS players the minds of those. opposed to Independents There are a lot .of cases when men stated that as soon as the present. of the Southern Sugar' compa.
been the during the
using course running, in the case of Sel- bolted .the Democratic ticket in the work was completed he"would' again ny. .
week and stated that .it
WILL BE past was don L. Stewart" he may get his last two elections and have then' allow traffic to go on this road fora These visitors in all probability
the best in South
one of courses name on the ticket :as he did not tried to play politics and claim that period of thirty days .to see If any ,will be making their first trip to

Florida. Efforts are being made by vote In the primary, nor did he participate they supported the successful candidate -
holes developed in the rock surface. Clewlston. They will carry away the
BUILT IN NORTH Mr. Owen to increase the number '
In the affairs of the party. lets play fair m these matters A top dressing of slag will be impressions we make upon them:
of the local course and
S .;x; players on Mr. Stewart claims that .he ''Is a 'democrat and "10 unto' others' as we would placed over the present oil :surface while visitors to our city.
he is working on the idea of having but will ;be forced to .run ,as have other 'do unto, 'us." as soon as the oil has had time to With the new state road about

Expect To Build Several the merchants donate prizes to the .
l the will find roads
I form a solid top surface over completed they good

For Southern SugarCompany. low scorers each Sunday. I BISHOP RETURNS SHAWANO BASE BALLTEAM rock.' A heavy' coat of tar will be from the East coast. The state win

During the winter months. and the ,
have taken the roacl
placed on the oil and the slag placed over

grinding season, additional local on this tar which will form a road lIaiIfscorner into Clewiston, also
residents will be here AFTER SPENDING TO GIVE DANCE
and players
surface which has proven to b"e the from LaBelle here. These good roads;'
A letter has been received from
will increase during the winter best of road to be used in the will impress the northern visitors

CO I harvester Mr. Falkiner, that, inventor the machine' of the will cane be months.". With the dues of only2.00 MONTH IN NORTH AT BELLE GLADE muck I land. and the conditions of the city property .

.' per month for every day playing I Due to the fact that the road bed will also make: an Impression
from Clewiston "to
shipped Pittsburg there is no reason why all local golfers -
will settle in a few years it was not upon these visitors.
where they will be manufactured for Says 'Harvesters Will Be
should not use the course. To Music To Be FurnishedBy deemed best to build a concrete road. Every property owner should takeit
the Sugar in Cuba that
Company keen it in perfect condition it should Built By ReceiversFor himself have his property
The Shawano Of course this would have been the upon
owns the rights. Mr. .Falkiner also
he nlavptl on regular.Mr. This Crop. best road to build, but under the clean and in a good appearance.It .
stated that he expected to build the Orchestra.
Owen stated that he had sev- conditions found in the muck land has been suggested that 'we set
machines there for the Southern
eral HtN of handed 1o i P. G. Bishop, who is receiver "Sit
: name him acting as r a concrete road would not' stand up aside a weeK designated as "Clean
Sugar Company.
: ; nereestinsr a. name for
;...... ; The harvester was loaded on a flat MiP-rnnr p.. All nn to flato jrolf ('011rR-1 returned from New York and give a dance at the Belle Glade When the present grade is complete has met with the approval of practically
car last week and left Clewiston
na linvo:' t l11mtfn," pich TToi?. It fsi ; Chicago last Wednesday.The American Legion Hall tonight invitations it will be the first paved hIgh- : every one approached with
Thursday for the north. It Is expected I
: "' ,o ripqfro' of the Jnonl cornnany of- Southern Sugar Company is have been mailed to all patrons way in Hendry county. Local resi- the subject. The Merchants' Association -
t.- that the harvesters will be
.'. ready olnialq tr, 'J1"/"I pirh liolo n""it the being refinanced for the grinding interested I in base ball at the dents will have a paved road from P. T. A., Ladies Aid \VomI -
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for use at the beginning of the
-: :- present rat''QA purl bir. O\VAI' lta!=:- Fl"f!CACtpl41n season and according to the best in Farm during the past summer. The Clewiston to the East coast. Con- I an's Club, Garden Club, American

t: ::. ... \ grinding season which should }. tf pat, heap ., VioVv">r> Fetid? If tO formation available the present plans general public will be Invited to help tracts for the balance of the road Legion and other civic organizationswill
: under In December. The
. .. .,.,.. ,- Falkiner: harvester way fias been the him. Several names that have been of the receivers will be earned out. celebrate the success of the Sha to LaBelle; are expected to be let be asked to help in carrying out

suggested are as follows: Wesward It is planned to start grindIng as this idea.The .
: wano base ball team. early next year and (he road will
only successful cane harvester everbuilt
;' .- hole, Duffers Delight, .etc. Prizes will soon as the new harvesters can be within months. location of Clewiston and its
be ,completed eight
" :, an dwas given a severe test in Under the direction of Manager I
be offered for the best names select I built and continue .until the present beautiful buildings and home make
. .: the local cane fields before It was Lord the Shawano team won the I
' ed and you might be the lucky one. crop is harvested.It PROSPECTIVE BRIDE IS SISTER I it one of the most attractive cities
accepted by the officials of the j&ast coast unampionsnip aunng me
. Just mall your: names to W. C. Owen is also rumored that the Canal around the lake IT we allow the
) Southern Sugar Company. past summer.
care the Clewiston Company. Point Mill might be used during the After he had bought and furnisheda weeds and tin cans to spoil this
: The machine proved to do all the According to the. managers an- '
I coming season. This :would be a big house in preparation for his marriage scenery,we- are not only hurting Out"own
, .' work claimed by Its Inventor. It will OLD PICTURE IS NOT FOR SALE help in transporting cane from the nouncement the dance tonight will to a pretty girl he had met in property but our city as well.

: harvest. ,as much caffe fn one, houras Canal Point Mill to Clewiston. This be a gala event. Music will be furnished London, Kenneth Hay, of Ports- Arrangements will be made to

.' one hundred_ men can cut. According Authorities are said to have notified !- will be decided on as soon as the by the Shawano orchestraand mouth, Eng.: learned that his pros- move all trasli from properly, burn"

to the cane experts the Fal Henry Ford that the picture of Company engineers can make a report the dance will begin at nine pective bride was his sister. After the weeds and have a real clean. up

. kiner harvester will mean the same George Washington in Independence on the condition 6f tine Canal o'clock music will be furnished until the death of their parents, she was I I weeK. A meeting will The called dur-

thing.t to the sugar industry as the Hall, Philadelphia, is not for sale. Point mill and Just how long it the last couple Is ready to go adopted by a London family, when ing next week and further information -

wheat thrasher did to the wheat- Ford recently offered $1,000,000 for would taKe to' put the mill in shapefor home to the strains of Home Sweet Hay was 2 years old and 'ever since will be announced in next weeks

fields. S't It. grinding. Home. '. he had believed his sister was dead. I issue of the N w8. -

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WASHINGTON NEWS LETTERBy Officers untl tho attitude of the .
CLEWISTON NEWSPublished \VORLD-WIDE CIPTOPQ A watermelon, weighing 161 was
E. B. Johns, Special Washington President was known.
sold at auction for
$196, 'at Hope, Arkansas.
every Friday at Correspondent. For'three or four da1/ was the .

confidential custodian of this information
Clewiston, Florida. Mrs. Etta Cutts, of Kansas City The baby daughter of Mr. and 1\I
WASHING', L>. C., uLt. l-i.- which would have been one s.1 Despite the popular belief that no e
A. MORGAN ... Publisher Mo.: carried 2 bull dogs in her automobile Guy Long, of Wood River, 111.,. i
winter vj.i.icru.: i of the big news stories of the war manufacturing plants
.tall or eiUi.v are permitted
to guard it against theives..Tho the distinction of having 11 grand
.Entered. the Postoffice at Clew- John J. Persians} the 'Loinmanderiucluei ; I I had' I been permitted to publish it.. thieves overlooked the car and and groat grandparents living. in Washington, D. C., there are more

iston, Florida, as second class. matter. : of the A.. E. F., expects. to I i I I Finally 1 was told that the PresIdent' carried the dogs away...'.- r. than 600 factories In the nation'scapital

.--- ---- have his Memoirs ready for the PUDlisher. had referred the proposal of the Allies : ; / city.
RATES !I France is considering a propsola
General to General Pershing and the
For.twelve. .years After 15 male passengers, nhoarrlthO" to inaugurate vice
One Year ............................,........... ?2-50 Pershing has been carefully .1 preparing General Staff for a decision. the decision Southeweslern'J fl1lilcc1.. gave I following a the presidential office W. B. Hale, of Dallas, Texas,

Six Months .................................... 1.50 of course was an emphatic I example of.the drowned after he jumped into
his ac.count, of_ the Woild.. War,. their pants to the psrter to press I United States. a river
Three Months ................................ 75 hence in an effort to.recover his
and it will be of world wide interest. rejection, my story was never the club car in which lire pants wife'sshoe

ADVERTISING, RATES and no doubt start ',a.' controversy' in released, and will not 'come out were placed was. cut from the train I. The British Medical Journal tells which accidently fell into the

. Forty-five cents per inch. No dis- Europe. .. I until General per hing.s' Memoirs, rt:: Puffaio, N. Y. The trouserless of a 30-year-old woman who was taken water.

count for plates. No special position Some_ of the World .War leaders in are published. men did notget their pants until 2 111 and was forced 'to stay in bed

guaranteed. All advertising copy their Memoirs and writings have hours after they arrived in New York 1.1 days. At the end of that period Although S. W. Gleason! Is 97

must be In this office on Wednesday been critical of General Pershing's There comes from Germany, in a City., when measured, she was found to years old, he was recently elected

before issue of paper. policy in conducting the A. 13._ 1<'. 10speclally recent- publication just how clearly!<: have added inches to her height. municipal judge at St. Charles, Minn
for 4
was Clemenccau severe in General Perilling visioned the major Harry Harris, who] has: a good ten more years.

THE PARTY TICKET attack on the American Comhis I problems of the .world war.' Gen or voice. was brought before the When European tourists visited a

mander-in-Chief! eral Pershing declared that the sec mayor of Paulsboro, N. J., charged cave, at Namaqualand; Africa, they When U. S. Post Office officials

With the general election which No attention has been paid by ond battle of the Maine was the with being drunk. A $5 fine and a I picked one diamond after another discovered that the postmaster at

4th of No- sentence to sing with a church choir from the walls of the cave. Frequent BridgevJlle, N. J., had been'receiv
will be held on the day General Pershing from these attacks turning point of the waF. He not
Impsode'Upon visits to the ing, $607 annually for the past 5
was Harris. cave by the tourists

vember approaching rapidly Evidently' General Pcrsh- only made this declaration but in
aroused attention of years to serve one patron, the post
candidates are making every in* thinks that they will all] be answered his final report the Commander of government officials office

effort to have their names when he publishes his Mem- the A. E. F. asserted that .the ''mag-: There are 212 separate, religious: an tithe tourists were arrested I was ordered closed.
denominations in the United .St tes. with the diamonds in their posses- :
the ticket to bolt the .
placed on nificient dash and power displayed I
oirs. Hugh
These are represented( by 232,000'cJ sion. who had breathed
Democratic Party. on the field of Soissons by our First through .
urch buildings and a glass tube since his wind-
4-1,350,000 them
. There is no question in the minds and Second Division" definitely
No other s Commander In Chief was I I : bers. Denny O'Keefe, mongrel dog, which pipe was removed 10 years ago, died
or loyal Democrats regarding this turned the tide of War in "1'avor of -
given more power than General accompanied the :32nd: Division, A. E. recently at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
coming election. The only men to the Allies.
Pershing when he was placed at the In the vicinity of.Wostwood, Calif F., during! the World War, died at

qualify as ..Independents'are Demo- he tl''of the American Army in The saine view Is taken in the "jay-walking" deer have become sucha Elkhorn, WIs., and was buried with While Mrs. Gertrude Marburger, 62

crafs at heart who are not satisfied France. President Wilson and Secretary 25th volume of the "Battles of the menace to autoists that authorities .5 wound stripes and' a 5-battle badge. years old, _was sitting in her frame

with the nominations as made by I World War" brought out under the J kitchen at Columbus, Ohio she experienced -
of War Baker made him in 'fact plan to place special officers on the ,
their party. Republicans have aright I I auspices of Germany's National Archives Because of her intense the surprise of her life-
".<=? well as In name Commander in job to chase the animals off the dislike for

to request that their names foe Chief of the American Army. '1 I by the recognized highest authority highways. school, ll' 'ear.olc1Iajorle Mitchell time when the automobile driven by

placed on the ticket. If a Republican Lloyd Geroge, Clemenceau and in that country. The viewsof shot and killed herself at Rockford, Tytus Glushak crashed through a

wins in the, general election it will st sidewall of the building and
been G3'hl'g
have Ill.
who -
other Allied leaders from the day those Spencer Coe, florist, of Winsted, stopped
show that be is a better qualified and j right beside her.
the German
records of
this country entered the war to the the war Conn., has succeeded in raising green

man for the job than the Democratic signing of the Armistice, were constantly French armies, as well as Ameriwcanrecords gladioli Florists have been ,experimenting Assuring himself that no automobiles -

nominee.. : attempting to go over the coincide with the German auA-- for 20 years to attain sucha were near before: he attemptedto The buildings of a village, hiddenfor

The main question to be settled at thorities. ':: Y, goal. cross the street in Waukegan, 111., 300 years beneath the water of
head of General to President ..
the coming election will be the Lake Antroma, Switzerland
Ragner Anderson are
stepped from the
Wilson in an effort to secure "Twelve years ago July IS, ,the.
question of the primary election by visible owing to the water
While curb onto cement surrounding receding.
perusing a coin catalog paving
high tide of the German offensfTe .
If'we changes in .the plan for the use of ,,
both parties. are not going to .4} Clark LaBounty, of Toledo O., wasurprised s a imnholc cover which yielded
American troops in Europe.' If the crumbled into an allied counter ,:;ot- ; .
stay by the party nominee, he : to l learn that the, $20 gold l to his weight. Anderson fell 6 feet i Althofigh work on the Federal
spends his money and time to get Allies plan had been adopted there fensive that gathered momentum.,J" I\ and Customs House, at New Orleans, La.
I of .the piece, minted in 1847, he had carried I was wedged between 2 slabs of
with each passing phase
the nomination, then we should do would have been' no American .Army. around in his pocket for several ;;i paving. He died within an hour from I was begun SO years ago, its construction -

away with the primary and not allow Our man _power would have been I struggle, reads .the official records., ; months, is worth 2500. i j his injuries. I never has been completed.

.a disgruntled Democrat bolt the used to fill up the depleted batal- i! of the War Department. ,: :! \ i -

lions of the English and French The report goes on to say that this) To provide work for the unemployed
nominee in
the General
election. '
Three sisters
living In Bockingen, 1---1 i
There are several cases fn Hendrycounty )nies.\ aI'J J offensive by the American an'dJ;.1 I Germany, were born on the same the British overnment con

where men are seeking of- An insidious campaign was con- French forces "removed the threat.i day, married on the same day, and cloves 35 years ago by Mrs. Ida E. templates the building of a canal

fice ducted even in this. country to cre- against Paris, took the initiative' each Swanger across. England, from east to west,
who realize that they have not r has eight children. of Niles, 0., 'is said to be
ate the from the German Army, shook the; at a point where the country is
the least chance in the world of being impression that while the in as good a state of preservationas

elected. It Is just a case of bolt- American boys would be brave soldiers morale of the enemy and faisecf that 1 Although he is in the 99th year of : when It-was taken, from the tree. only 100 miles wide. .

ing the ticket: and causing the nomi- ,_ ,that there were no officers; in of the Allies by leaps and bounds." his age, George E. Darlington, off

nee to get out and spend moi'e'mon- our army competent to command It was through the Insistency o "Delaware county, Pa..,. is still actively A negro who confessed slaying In a somnambulistic state, Joe

ey after receiving the confidence of them. When the replacement, or no General Pershing upon the creation engaged in the. practice_ of law. Police Chief Jenkins, of Cartersvillo, I Brown, of Plymouth, Ind., arose
I from his bed, dressed himself and
the people. American; army plan .was. proposedto and the training of an American Army Ga., was taken from Jail and lynchedby I .

Now Is the time for the Democratsof President Wilson, he referred it.- under an American system tha! When Mack Davis, of Atlantic] a party of 50 men. T drove his automobile to Valparaiso: ,

Hendry County to rally to the to General Pershing. and the General the American troops, developed ','ti e,..,Highlands} N. J., raised his arms and a distance of .40 miles, without.

party- nominees and :.elect. them and Staff. An' emphatic"' "NO" ''wlttT "a magnificent dash -and '"power": (loaf,.'openedhismouth:*\...i1e for --one -*of- i I" While ',Wm."J.' Mathery.'o- .- >(Clifton. awakening. ,N.,'" 'M, J.. ,, '
/ -- .. .. ...
:::: :: :: .
those 4-'" -
put a nend to this Independent Can- lengthy report was sent back' to' the all now agree definitely turned the very satisfying yawns, a':bone N. J., sat in his car and waited 30 When
Hubbard of- Gait
didate. We should also keep in mind White House and President Wilson I II tide of the war in favor of th Ames.MAN'S ,went out of joint and Dads had togo seconds for a traffic signal to Can., found 'a piece of old, pipe,

Those ton. hospital to get his 'jar read- change in Detroit, Mich., 'a persuaM gas
who are bolting the sustained it. ,
partynominee and
used it as a hammer in a case
I I justed. ,. live member of the city's fire-department '
and see that they are But In European diplomacy the DEPARTMENTBy I I of emergency, eight $10 bills were

stricken from the Democratic list of word "NO" does not exist as we understand -. .A. Mereman. I came" to the Mcar and sold I f jarred from the inside of the pipe.
I I, Periscopes havo been installed on Mathey .one kind of a ticket: for
voters and supporters in the county.If It. How often he had to
trains "
passenger of the Southern something. After Mathey arrived
you are a Republican every voter I say "NO" during his service m American men pose as leaders in Railway in The oldest miniature golf player in
England. The barkemen home he received a message from
will respect you but when you France. and in how many the all fields of endeavor. Furthermore the United States is belieyed to be
ways :
sit in
can comfort in the trains! and Detroit telling him that the ticket
are registerd as, a Democrat and European diplomats and Military they have made good generally in still see the signals. The periscopes had won for him a12,0000 home. Miss Ella D. Creigh, Mercersburg,

then hide 'behind the Independent Leaders attempted to prevent him this rather boastful claim. protrude through the roofs of the I Pa. Although in her Seth :year, she is

Ticket you should be, thrown out of and the General Staff from creatingan In sports for instance, this coun- cars. An hour after Harry Olson's auto- an enthusiastic advocate of the

the party ranks and join the Independent holds all of the game. .
American Army will be told, by try practically hiobile was stolen near Chicago, HI., I

party if there is such a General Pershing in his Memoirs. world's champions in the major A modern butcher shop, recently he signaled to a motorist who I -

thing in Florida. Incidentally, General Pershing will events. Since Henan whipped Siresin opened in New York, N. Y., has carpet stopped the car he was driving and. I ?T James Ncely 70 ye'ars'old, .was
arrested at Tuler Texas dtakento
aaye something to say or his combat London before the ,Crtll War, on the floor and comfortable took Olson aboard. A glance at the an
Guntcrsville Ala. where' he will
SEND'TAYLORAn service in the Philippines, where he I Americans have held the h avy- chairs. All meats are wrapped in dashboard revealed to Olson that he ,
unusual I be tried for a murder committed at
situation has been created vent "Over the Top" as his Army weight championship. In some of the transparent paper, graded, weighed, was riding in his own car. He was

in PInellas county 7 by ,fhe deathof dId in France. General Pershing was I highter weight classes occasionallya and displayed] in showy cases. successful In turning the thief over the latte rtown in 1SS3.

State Senator Welsh, a holdover.No not a stranger to the horrors ana foreign fighter wins. to the first policeman they met.
nomination Lois> Hyde, a maid In the home of:
was made in tHe Hardships of War. He did not ask In polo, golf and the more vigor-
June 'primary election no cups. In statistics collected by M. J. Mauerman, at Chicago, 111.,
and pro. the American soldier in France to ous and he-man events Americans When Samuel Seigel, poultry dealer -
vision Is made In the primarlaw I experts in Paris it 'is brought out donned jewels worth $100,000 owned
do more than he did in the Philip- have won almost uniformly. In yacht- at Cleveland, Ohio, opened a crateof
4t is stated on good that in 9S cases out of a 100 'tu e jury by Mrs. Mauerman, and went out
authority, for pines during the Morro ing American victories have ducks he found one that had 4
campaign. become
such nomination joins with the defendant in weep- ] into the street where a man and a
a under the circum-
legs. The duck was normal in every
so monotonous that most of the
stances. Candidates in the gene.raIelection people ing and sets the woman free. Do the woman robber her of a ring and a
for the office must Shortly after this country was I In the country are hoping that men in Europe submit meekly to other respect.Believing pin valued at $10,000 each. The

file petitions drawn into the War I thought that Sir Lipton will at last Hit the cup this outrageous condition of affairs? frightened maid then ran to a police
with the .county commissioners. I he had discovered the
I would be permitteei' publish the to restore. interest in the sport. They do not. They are organizingand man, thrust the remaining $80,000
Welsh was a republican of dead frightenedboy
and as body a woman, a
No American Army plan, which was But in the contest with women preparing to combat ''it. There worth of jewels into his hands and
Pinellas is one of the few countiesin led four Huntington (Ind.)) policemen -
.the originally proposed by the Allies toI Europeans and the men of other nations has sprang into existence a formidable begged him to arrest her.
state where a republican can to a dark stairway. : They
President Wilson. It was on the lead all the way. Our feeble
be organization known The International
elected -
ft will be necessary for as found a'clothIng store dummy had
the evening after the Allied Mission, efforts to deal with the wild and I I Married Men's Protective Annoyed by the cries of new-born
democrats ,to get up a strong I been used by a practical joker: to
headed by Joffre had a conference I devious, ways of women are amusing babies, residents in a Brooklyn (N.
man. If too many candidates enter II Association. It has a long French I perpetrate the hoax.
the race, then the party with the with ,President Wilson at the White i to the men of other nations. In oth name but the French of the write Y.) apartment house have petitionedthe

House. My homo telephone ', er nations man is the real head of I court to adjudge a nearby mater-
strongest Individual candidate will rang is too rusty to spell itI To prevent birds from destroying
win. about eleven o'clock. One of them 1 the household. The strangest featureof I nity hospital a public nuisance.To .
Former Consult the
Senator John S. Taylor} I dally papers of this his growing crops, Frank Cheney;

has been mentioned in connection mbers of the General Staff was it Is that European women and: I I I country for a' few weeks: and compile farmer, at Beloit, WIs., made artificial -

with the office and is said to. be In on the wire. He asked me to take even American women have more I statistics on how many married snakes from rubber hose_ which encourage her literary ambition

a receptive mood. This election a taxi and rush to a certain hotel respect for European men because of men' are being bumped off by their he painted in gaudy colors and coiled Geo. W. Mason, of Madison, WIs.,

therefore becomes of state-wide interest When I arrived at the place desig their force of character In dealing June brides. Follow the ases when I about the. fields. I II agreed to give his daughter, Elizabeth -

In view of the fact that Air. nated, the Staff Officer was awaiting with domestic affairs. they come to trial, if they ever do. i I Ann, dollar for dollar every

Taylor has already expressed his Intention me and I was ushered into a Recently, what is regarded as' aserious Collect the data on how few of them Wm. Linder- anet wife, Negroes; or time she sol. da story. Mason alreadyhas
of room where I found Chicago Ill., filed a petition in courtto paid her 'S575 and he Is wonder-
running for governor in assembled practically situation abroad has level are convicted. Even when they are

1932. It seems fo the Star that Pi all of the higher ranking oped in Europe. It is especially acute convicted, note how many men sign adopt a C-months-old white baby ing just how many times ho will

nellas democrats i commanders of claiming that the child was given to have to make good on his agreementas
should encourage the A. E. F., with !. in France. It is a husband-killing pennons tor tneir paraon ana now

John Taylor to enter the race and i the exception of General Pershing. I I habit that, has become too common i many of them have been pardoned. them by its mother. Elizabeth Ann is still going

discourage other democrats from: fil- They outlined to me the No American ,I for married men in Europe. In the The men In Europe are really at- strong.

ing. Senator Taylor,' we believe, is Army plan, which had been submitted reports of this development it is tempting to combat a condition which Thomas Walowshi, of Pittsburgh,
on record at Pa., is accused of reading th.e obituaries Juanita Sullivan, 14 years old, told
Tallahassee as having by the Allies Mission that stated that as a. matter of economy docs not compare with the serious-
voted for in newspapers, getting orders police at Charlestown. MisS., that
of the extravagancies day to President Wilson. The ofli- daring members of the sex have discovered 1 I ness of affairs that exist in this[
of the Martin for tombstones from relatives of the she had spent many hours engaged .
administration-the cers were thoroughly alarmed be that it is cheaper: to get rid I country. Still is there any married I
Conner's highway dead collecting a down payment and in thought and prayer before she
purchase, the creation cause when General Joffre cameaway of a husband with a gun than by di- i men's protective association in this
of numerous failing to deliver the stones. shot and killed her father because
unnecessary judlcial from the White House he gave vorce. The gun costs only 3.50 whilea country where It Is needed far more .
circuits he had mistreated her mother.
and. other legislation out a statment in which he indicated divorce in France and other European than. In Europe. Is three any organized -
that'must be revoked Eight farmers, of near Saginaw
by the 1931 that the President had approved countries is $350 or mbre. i efforts here to secure protection -
legislature. It might be "Mich., were arrested for tarring and When the collection]] plates are
well to have the Allies plan for tho use of American i The is.to stage deadlier sexY
system against
a party
l him} services in Churchill
in the senate again / I feathering Edward Leachmau, a G5J- passed at the
hfa gubernatorial just before. troops. I with Friend Husband. Get him lilled Tre American man is too weak, years-old recluse, because they sus- Tabernacle, at Buffalo, N. Y., theRe
campaign; so that After the plans were gone over I with h-rd liquor and then when he too submissive and too guileless to
tho state as a wbole pected him of stealing from their ,". Clinton Churchill, pastor, also
chance to watch his might have a somewhat In detail I was cautioned doze off, gently press tile gun to tb'. +tr;; of such a thing farms. invites contributions from his radio

see just what political alignments ana not to use the information unless it.i .. his temple and pull the trigger He may be champion in the world audience. At the lth anniversary ser-

be found in In ruse camp-ho he would appeared that President Wilso would At lie trial the wife hysterically of sports, and leader in other 'lines of When Earl Mischler, R. F. D. post- vice, recently, the collection amount-

elected to succeed should be v*"t1J llv approve the Allies plan. '. weeps while she relates dramatically endeavor- but ho has not the man- man, placed his hand In a mall box cflx-to $12,000, much of it from distant -

Star: Canton.-ucam_ T was to keep In touch, day and .1' how the beast of a husband outra hood of the men of other nations no his route, near Sanduskhio,,, radio listeners who heard the

night, with one of the General Staff j i l geously attacked her while he was lo when it comes to the opposite sex. it came In contact with a live snake.iL. program.



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LIST OF QUALIFIED VOTERS Graham, H. 'L. Rlchman, F. 0. Jennings, L. M. Hall. Hulbert V Graham Amanda.
AI. .
DIST. NO. 1 CLEWISTON Green, L. R. Ritter, A. E. Jennings, Sallio E.: Hall, Hilda Graham,.Tom G. .

Gibson, Nowlin Rulledge W. E. :. Jackson, O. J. V V Hall, Nona Graham, Alice M. I

.. Avant, Harvey C. Hall, A.hooker Ramsey, C. S. '-;:"' Jackson, Helen A. E. V Hardln Paul Green Jessie E. "

Allen, Dan B. W. C. Rackstraw, Edith :;; Jennings, L. M. Jr. '" Hen 1ry, E. "C. ... c Hubert, Agnes

o Allen, C. AI. Hooker, Jewel ;-,., Rackslraw, G. B. : Lee, Annie S. Hall, G. Barton Hubert Clarence '

Allen, Emma Heinz, G. A. Reier, E. E. I., 1. :......... .. Lee, W. H. ...,., Hampton, Lilla }. fliers, C. C. V

Adams, Vera G. Hutchinson, J. B. :-.. Raiford, H. M. .."_' ) ., ." Luckey, S. A. ;Jr.. Hendry, Ralph V IfIt Hiers, Alto I
W.Henningsen I .i..J--' -. Anna : Vi I' Halll Pete .:.,: .
J. Luckey
Anderson, Albert E. Hilton, Royal, Mrs. Gpo : _, I !r V Hiers, Mamie <

'Alston, J. R. H. Royal, G. L. :'. Alagill, Mary E. Heaton, C. O. '" Haskew, J. F.

... ., Alston, AI F. Hay, W. R. ;, Kay, Mary Maglll, James AI.AlagilF Howard, Airs. Radford HIsler, Geoff '

_ Alston AI. A. Hay, W. R. Alonzo May Howard, Mrs. L. W. Hiers, Viola
: Ray, ,'. '
Alston, D. G. Hay. 11rs''V.. G. ,. Stewart Elbert L. ." : Maglll, Sallie AI. ,. Hampton, Nettie Haskew: Revel F. l

Heard, G. B. Magill, B. F. ... Hall, J. R. Howard '
Antrim, AI. C. Stewart, Arlene ,:: Hobert
; : '
Allhands, J. G. Harwell] W. S. .: :- Scott, Flora A. ;:. Maglll, Harold B. .:: ,. ." Howard Heroy, Eleanor Lemuel.J. HIsler, H. G.

Ames, W. G. Holland I. R. Simpson, E. D. : J Magill, Maudo ; Haskew, Airs. J. F. '
\, 'Avant Florence Holland, Sobra J. .' G. T.'V- Hall, Arthur A. Howard, HIckman '
; Scott, J. W. ,. : 'isp. L-.I. L- Magill, V .
W. Howell, M. L. ';/I r A. :. |1Afordoff Heath Jas. P. .Howard, Seth A. '
Ange, F. ':.: Stone, Viola ,: :c,t;. ': / L Alanley, Mary .
Hendrix E. V
r ,
J. R. .
Hudson, :: Johnson
Amerson, Edith Smith. J. AI. : 'i C. Harold H. T.

Ames. May ''S. '. Hamblen. H. ."R. < i Schult, E. A. ,: Alagill,' Edith Heath. Florence B. .-- ,,'. Johnson, Barney
I Anglin, J. T. Hackitl, A. L. '. Smith, Janie V ,fi ,,,;- Alagfll, Inez, :. Jones Hall, Mary Mrs. E. : Kirtland, J. J.
V / W. A.
Alston : Hudson, G. V -: McCormick D. G. Kirtland, Tim '
t Smith, Tom .,: ::: ,
Howell, F. H. : ., Jones, W. A. Kirtland Martha V
L. ,
Adams, Chas. = Summa, Henry; T. '..*, Alalakowsky, Marie -

Archer, Ernest E. -... Hall, H. R. .;.:.',::' Smith, Mary Ellen .': ::.G(" Miller, T. E. t.. ',; Jackman Jackman, J. C. 1-" Kirtland. Wm. '
A. V Nell H. 'I'
Cleo :
Houze, -Jt Kirtland J. Fred
Blate, AI. Victor Alims, J. L. : .
.: ; Smith C. H. f i"\ Jackson -
Robert H.Hargrave R.
Hancock, V'V -
Lane J. G.Lineback .
Barrett J. A. : '.
. Newcomb Cora : \
: ;; :. Sumner, J. AI. ::: w Jones -
Walter .((,: .'" ,
C. H. .
Burner, Newcomb James '
: AI.Hlggmbotharn ':' }; Strickland, Q. A. y t Jones, W. LonnieKirtland : 'I'"
Heath, Geo. ;'.. LIneback, Edith
Burner. Airs. C. H. '' : O'Bannon, Herbert .. ; .. May
A. C. j '? :'. Sams, A. P. Ollie .'
L. ,. : May, J. J.
ITarker, Thos.C. W. ), ,..' Hooks, D. W. .::,;.1 "'L'.. Sams, Airs. A. P. Pascher, C. F. '.,,; ; Luckey. H W. :': > May, IvyAIcNally S
Brown, Hattie E.
E. P. j' .._ _. '
Shelley ;
'.. Grace G. : Hooks. Mrs. D. W. V Luckey, Flossie y 'n" Walter
Bekemeyer. : .
Lillah Heald, Alvin V. ..-: '> Shelley, T. B. RIder, H. A. ;.. VV j Lewis J. G. ," I:: AlcNally\ John '
Barrett, L. L. Spicer Rider, Eunice ., ';- '''
.. 7 Spiccr, Airs. Luckey, R. 'AI. : .
LillianHenningsen .
; Howell, ; : V V May, Archie ,
B. '
Burton, E. :' ) R. H.Ross r. ,
Robinson, .
: C. V. .
.. ; Seymour ,. Luckey, R. F.
R. E. :. ::, H. ; :0. ., Murray, S. H.Alurray :
Brown Bethea, Tom Hester, J. Elbert ....: .'..;: Smith, Watt .' ';: Joe R. ,I". : : Luckey, Stafford V ""' .'', W. L.

; Hoats. Johnnie C. 'f : :Scott:; 1\ m. A. V'V. Ross, Violet K. Luckey, S. R, ': ; ;" May, Brazzie '
J. B. : "
s ; .
W. ';, HancocK, WIlliam fa. "'i; (i.--. Smith. Katherine ., .., Rimes, Adolphus .; ,, Luckey, Ida '_ ,:>:- 1 Poor, Berton :
Bailey, To. B.V -' : :ti" Snell, T. H. ( .- ; Royer, Lorena K. V 'V' i':.. ;:: Luckey, Clifford .. '. '. '
Robert Platt
Hancock ; W.
Maud AI.Beardsley -<
'' .
i\ Bailey. V Swift, W. B. ..,:"' Royer, Carl E. : L. t i Luckey, Oscar -: '
\\ James E. ',j J:''. Houze, Lizzie "...4'V; ':" :; > ; : Ross, Charles O. .:' .- < .' Richards, Mary L. ., V
\: ,. '.' Sias, Edgar V: : < : Luckey, Mary F. j'.f.f: : _' '
:/ ; Richards
1.\\ \ \ Beard slo Yr Ruth R. ",. Johnson, Flocfe Smith, Lutrelle V ,'. Ross, Salome It. "; ,:, ,)=. Luckey, ,Irenah S. ':' ....'. Wesley. C.I -';. !;....,.
Roan '
. .
C. F.
r Bowles, W. A. Johnson L. H. V'V >
I VV Rhodes Mildred "
L. W. ; "
f J. V VV V Smith, ;; McLaughlin D. L. *
.: '
" | Byrd. W. M.. -. .V Jackson, C. A. <: V L. t I' .. Royer, E. S. V :., V' :*
'1:1". v.. Seymour, AI. T. f( .:. Stewart, S., .' ,1 McLaughlin, Hazel V'V .' -.
E. B. Emma Mae .:.-\i\ 1;; ". '' Royer, MaY 1C 'V : '
'% :' Jackson. H. ,
: '' Smith, Vivian I J ;. Stewart, Nancy :; Murray, Rose V ." .
. Rennolds
. ) S !.j- -
?! ) : :
& E. T.
Bethea Iris AI. ". ; V Johnson, C. D. .: ;:" ,
"Ii '. \ !" ,' Smith, Frank :J'-. : :- i Seebold, J. L. : McDaniel, John ....
V : '"
Buxton Bryant L. ; :' Jackson Airs. C. II.Jarretl . j' : Roan, Alary Lila V ',
r x .. Smith, George S. : '. Small, Mary'V.. ; ;. .. Messer, J. Marion -
J ,.. ,', ? fowls, F.SkaKgs _
AI. D. W. ; .' '
Bledsoe. J. '
- ''r'I s... I Storey, Norman C. Small, R. R. >; '" Monroe, Raleigh : .<
.. ...: :" .. 5 i.. Susie E.
Busbin, Willie J. -..: >, Jackson C. H. Storey, Martha. C. '. Small, Dosher ) Messer . ;
: \i. Melvin : Ska :-', '
: '; gs, R C. I
Brown. H. A. ; H. C. I '
Jones, .
Shaw D : '
Smith, Alice V ; J. -. .v ,. Moon, R. J. .; .' ,
j' .. 'Smith "
J. LMalcom. < J. E. ; yV .- ;
Branlley, Johnson
Richard G. Shaw JTompson. AI. ,
.Simpson, 3 ; Moon Mrs. '
:t :" '" : Ellen 'V ., Smith '! -
: ; Lucille
Bigg, w. Jacobs, Thomas, Sumner; Laura J. Douglas : "
: ,. :: Messer, Earnest. r; ,
Bigg, Agnes H. Jeffries, 0. L. ;,',:' r. .''' Sullivan, John M. T', !.' Woolen, F. D. .. Messer, RoyAlarkette V .' 'r -' ;,.. Sheppard Hugh AI. V '
Butler, E. B. ', ;' Johnson, William V ,Small, J. Richard ., X'. Weaver, C. JU.: T. A.; '- J' : '.:' Defile ...,. I "

iJestor, H. A. : ";, Jacobs, Frank '. ';;;'c Taylor, John B. ,.:?;'. c ."". Warriner, Norman Alesser, Alellie ..j, '...," ,:. Whulden, W. H. >

Butler, .Airs.. E; B. .../,: :.. Jackson,' Lacy _':',:: ': Taylor, L. R. '.,.J: '.. Weaver, Pearl :: VV *" .lesser, Laws :.- !,.i...,...!.. ,' Walker, J. M. V .7'.. :"
Boggs, Morris P. Jr. :.: Kope', W. A.Kelly. .. :".; ',. .- Turner, Robert ":,,'VV ...:;'.:. ..' Wright, A. c. .: V V Messer, Kettle ,.,V .'l, :, r: : 'Yhidden.Ionie'allcerIrs.. Ida .' .V;

Baker, .J. E. E. E. : :' 'Taylor, AI.\ F.. : : Wright, LenaWarr1nger Messer, FrankMcLaughlin ", i ".' V V 'r"
Bethea R. M. J. J. : ... ,', Walker, J.: A. -
: :: h.: ": Kettl 7 Tinpey, J. F. Vergie L. I '
,, : ...... L.
f : : Walker J.
: Brown, T. H. Kettl, Beatrice < TTppey, Mrs. A. J.
.; Baker, Hazel :' :" Kolstad, H. C. ; ; L :Tanceidi, JImmIe :.> Yeomans, AI. F. Miller, Lillian J. 'h. :, Walker Lizzie

\ Baker J, K. : -. :-- :', ; Kope W A. --.j') ;, Touchton, Leland E. ''. ., Yeomans. Texas .u Amier, Roscoe N" .. .' : Walker Lyda
', Louis ,. -- : t' .t-. : ; V : Watts, Wm. W. .
Boni. V V
:* Knight, Josephine Turner, Harry H. V Yeomans, Thelma Mess -, Alittle B. :
t. V t Brown H. Albert ;;'.: :!% ]':'. 'Kerr, E. J. '' ':, <. Tid.weIl, Garee ;., Yeomans, M?, C. Alesser, Mrs. Georgie '!, Galley G ........ ........ ........ .... ........
\ Beach Bernard AI.. ,'" i; = : -.' '" LIST OF ,QUALIFIED VOTERS
( .
; : ? Kalami, Albert Thomas, M. A, -" Yeomans Theodore Alalmberg, O. E. ; ': .

| Bourne, Benj. A. '*. *.>.'. Keeue, G. W. Tidwell, W.: D.: .,->/, -. V LIST OF QUALIFIED VOTERS Messer, Nettle L. DISTRICT NO.5' FELDA ...
'.. } Burger, Fred J. !: : H. C. : ; "Tnomas ,,"*'1.*;'. Avery, A. Ewell
Kolstad; V ; : U. a. : DIST. NO. 3 WEST: L/\BEULE Nardgren, Gumner R. .-.

.,.. ,. 5 TBlount, Redding' ..J.'i',' ,Lamphere, GV.. : }: :''.- Tindale, J. L. '': 4.,i' 'V Andrews, W. P. O'Bannon, Edw. -' '" Bruner, Mrs. Alice ;
'r' ,
f Brown, Norma :. ,> Livings, ) .. R, .}; Tp; vnsend, Edw. '-r' *'. O'Bannon Bruner, Coy J.
AlbritTon J. R.
I '2 Branlle'y Rebecca ". ; 'lJ .', .", ',; : Branyon, R. AI. ......:
t i r .' I..eydiglIarion: : F.' 'V. ;:V''; : Thomas; ,LeslieV .\: : Altman, Stanley OTBannou, :Maude ,
Brooks Sam T.. (. :/ '.:Wilbur ': : / 'Thomas _.- Brown, W. R. '
.. Nellie .
:',. 1"-: Eangdon, Hv: 'J ,. Altman, H. A. O'Bannon, Lydia : V
; Brooks, Olive M. :, : Carr, :Airs. H. E. ,
k .
Mae Robert ;
--.I L.
Tuttle, .
Lander\ ; O'Bannon
w / > Andrews, Mrs. W., P. Floyd ,' ;". .
VV' V Crouch, AI. H.. Little H. H. Van de Velde Gus Carr, A. G. :
Altmaii Mrs. Pool Wm.
'- Callie H. n ? '. ; '-.
Colhern, Frank F. Mrs. JJ- ,: Varnadoo AI. C. ': Carraway, R. L. t
earner Pool ...: :"
Arledge, W. P. Mark t ,
I J} Christian, Cbas. "....;., ",: Larner, D. .." ;. i' Vaughn, Walter P. Jr. ( Albritton, Ferlce Pool, John ;' .;,. :, J. ,' 'Carraway, Hazel ..'.' ..
I Curry; N. : Vaughn Dunaway, F.' L.
Leiter, Susan Walter P. Sr.i -
Atkinson Pleas ,
\ L. Alma : V '.: V
| Cole, W. D. Leiter, Christopher Warren, D. W. Dunaway Airs. G. AI.Euloe V I
Pool Ella '
Arledge r: \:
, j Cole, Airs. G. H. .V Longfield, Smith L. ;:, .. Warren, Lola "";: Florence ;' Mrs. Dorothy '.,i
Pool '
Bronson Aaron rV Jennie : .
:' f i i, Crouch R. W. Lowe, Leon L. :, ; ': Watkins, Geo. x '. QV, _, l.' ; Ethington, Airs. Lena' r. !

Creel, G. .S. .:, : Woodham Booth,' J.JH1 ',s .. Pool, Thos. '.... V; V'V ... '. --
i Cecil V EThington E. V.
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Langford, ; 0 ,
;. S'-r Sooth, Susie' E. uTTji'j r' .* : -PooJr-Ooo-L. "t. <<
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'f : .1 Corrither, J. D. Thomas C. ': .t!: 'ttTn11 &.or .: ...,, : : );' Fitzhugh I. L. .
Lang ,
'. :' .. u' -o---,< mci--n ,'. T Welch, W. A. .',},:: I Burke I. V. 'f Pool Alaudie Lee } :. 0 .
L .._ Collins.! _Elmer_ .,'D.. -----' V '. Burke V;*' V :. '. ; : !CFitzhugh, Mrs. AI. J. ""*:'
Vinney .
: f -- Lang, Samuel'L.. Williamson, AI. L. ; !J. V ; Pope, Mrs. J. D. : t:<- .
I Crews, Lois ; ; : t,:: ; Burhans S. L. /; VV Pace .i., .. ; Fitzhugh, L. S. ; x "-
.7" .
', AlcGehee, J. A.McCravy Whaley, J., R. '1 .. Marshall A. ', ; ". ,
Collins, H. D. ;. S.. ,H. : Waldron, J. J. ,..' t;'' .... Bronson,. Blanch .;!'*:;;. ,'. .. I Rasmussen, AI. B. '. ', .. .V Fortson, E. B. .- i
jI' Chambers, U' D. ;;; ;. McGehee, AI. L. !1 ;i if Walls, R. H. ,r I' Burchard, G. J. .Vi V"::<,: ,r" Rogers, E. L. .. ,.'>. -. Fortson. Mrs. Annie ., '

\j. Collier G. G. ..'' AlcCully, E. "1. *.' Webb, W. A. I: I'- ,I'Y'- Boggan, Geo. L. -t**: '.-. Rogers, Lilla R. :.' ::.. r GIbbs, Franlc' V T"-V 1

I, Cherry, A. B. .nci McKinney V. F. Wllliams, C. 'N. .: ;j.. ;.' ,r Cochran, C. C. 'rk Mimes, H. A. ',':'"'.' Grainger, S. AI. "' "

Crow L. H. ::; 'o,! Crawford B. .,- : VJ.* Rudd Gibbs Airs.. Addle V
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} AIcMullin, A. L. Williams, Mrs. C.' N. ; -' : J. AI. :;':; .,,- ,-
f r Cothern, W. F. : :-":: : McDonald, Mrs. C. W. ) :' Walker, J. A. _: Crawford, Nancy ;'-:, ',1 I. Rimes, Mrs. H. A. ..... t' V V Grainger, Airs. Madge. .

Crow, A. L. .- z' ; : Crawford Tillet Smith Grainger, D. J. I
McDonald V
C. W. 'r.'Q. Wilson, H. L. .; "I, Henry : .' '.C,( '
: : "
J j" Carilrell, Gus L. McDuffie, Geo. H. : Whidden, F.; E. ,.:' V. Cochran, Mrs. Bell '' Stallfngs, W. N. V !S'V; \ Granger, L.: S. -

J I Chenel, Louise ., :- AIcDuffie, Anna ': Whidden, Mrs. F. E. .. ,V:: -, Curry, Bertha t,'.*j: Stallings E. L. ,: r',' V .. :; Hall, J. N. ..
Hull Airs. R. E.
: '. Chenet, A. J: '. ':pr ; McDuffie, George B.. :+. Ward, Mrs. J. R. Carlton, Airs. J. B. (. .. Stallings, Airs. L. A. ', .' ;'. r. .
f, Moltz Nellie V ? V> ..... Smith <' ':.. -. ..: Hull, J. P. I
Cato, W. E .. Waldron, UreyWilliamson Carlton, J. B. : J. H. ; .. '
r'. utter onas. :.!'.' :Messer. Geo.Musgrave .';J t.. ,. Mrs. }i'., L. r., Crawford, L C. ::: Smith,, Sudie ','- [I"r. .,,;J Hardin Hardin,, J.J.: N.N. Jr. '- t L

; Collins, Ed O. :;: T. C.' : Wright, F. AI. .I. Crawford, J. E. .- '.' ,-'. Small Francis M. ,' :J ... Howard Arthur ," -

s '. Collins, Cordie E. ';- lesser, Koran V ,-.' Wright, Mrs.. F. AI. .' V Crawford, Granville. '. ; .. V. V Small, G. Hugh .- ; .'. : ,. Howard, Mrs. L. A. -.
i' Chesser. William O. ,' Aloreland, }<'. H. Winu, Mamie VV V f Crawford, Baskom : Saunoolce, Samuel I. .': :J.--: + *: ..
; : Hardin Airs.
Collins, Eula Mae /--: Morgan, L. A. V -1Mlnnler Walker, Jas. E. V V.... :;. Dyess Raleigh .? f Smith, J. A.'f"I.' Y June "-.' i
: :: :; '. I Himrod, Maud A. I
13. G. Wilson < Doly J. R. '. :* Thomas, ';' ." ,.
1 Caldwell, Ray R. Leo '. : :: ( Klckliler, H. G. '.- .
i '. Mathews, F. E. .. ., Doty Mary A. I Taylor, A. L, .- '- ,'_.' .."" ,
) Duff. F. Dean I Waldron.. B. Ar. ,,;; oj' ';, wuavs :VV, ." LowreA.: f!. .,
V'j May, Henderson V : h Turner. W. 1''. ,. ', ,-: .'
Douglas, Bunk =: IS >, p'.:, Wilson, Ray C., V V: wary waye 'i : ." ,.,' : '. Lowrey, Mrs. Lena I
I : Douglas, Mertio Miller, Dick ,',, :. !. ;. Winn Delaney, H. L. .": Turner, Mrs. W. F. ... ..
\ Jas. K t
., Long Mrs. Lv R.
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IV Moore, TomAlerchant .. Delaney KuthDougherty ; Taylor, Clara
j Davis, S. H. .j Webb, Jettie V :" t" Long, L. R. .'" r r1Iaddox"
;. E. C. T' V : '' r Willis Ceo. : V 'V r -
Jos. W.
Douglas, .B. T. Wiandt, J. G. J. L. '
: \ Downs, E. Li. ._ ,'_.__._:.:'
: I :. V'V Montgomery, Mrs. AI. R. :' JLJeLauey, Annette Wilkison, Robt. F. .- .. -
Warren "
1"" ." Darcey, Chas., A. :- -:.: Clovilla :;, j' Maddox, J. H. '
f Morris, Ray E. ,'.: Dougherty, Sarah D. Wilkison, Franklin ,, -',
Davis, Maude : C Waller, J. Parker : : ? : Maddox, Airs. Ida B. I; V
I !1 Duke, J. D. V < .'t.: I' Matterson, E. S. ?'-(. Waldron, David S. Forrey, Corrinne V Williams, John A. .V : Aladdox, Clyde V .... -, .- r- '
j >; Miner, C. E. : .. Willis C Oscar '
Davis H. H. .' Waldron Foster, Hugh V '
Maddox WaIter
II" : : : .. .Clarence' .,.. ,
V Deam, Paul ; Mowry, J. K. _: : .- Waldron Alary Fraser, John Jr. Yeomans, Lula Maddox,. Wm. T. ..V V"
1 ,; Davis, W. A. ,, I '1 Aliller, MurryL'f" '-' Weaver, Llllie Favor, Franklin B. .' ; Yeomans, Lee Nee Michael r

!I '- Davis, MIS.-W. A. :: Alains, ;, ; .;.. :: ,'P':;.:,'. Yancey, Theo F.Tenowlne Fulghum, Mary JbJ. .: Yeomans, Edw. .. Perry, Jos. E. V
Mills, E. C. .r;.rj.; Doris ; Yeomans, Lau'raYates. .
Duval *
: Fulghum
H. W. : AI. E. ., 1-:' Perry Airs. J. E. _..
I Duval Mrs. Maxwell, F. R. :t< ; FInney, Dellano W. :. Ola
H. W. :: LIST OF QUALIFIED Potts, Frank B. Al
Moseley, James Frank : VOTERS LIST OF QUALIFIED .
'I 5'j ,.' Dunaway, R. S. < : DIST. NO. 2 EAST Graham, Gus : :, VOTERS Peterson, John ,.t ,

I I Dunaway, Rosalee Morris, Myrtle AI. ': .' Altman, W. H. LABELLE Graham, Dan 'i k '_ t DISTRICT NO. 4 DENAUD Purvis, S. S.

1 ; Dees, G. L. Montgomery, Albert G. J f:{ Bush, M. J. Graham, Ruth ; \:;:.':.. Adams, Laura Pin vis', Airs. E. E. !

; l Davis, C. 1C Montgomery, Susie E, .- Bush, Nell Haynes Godbolt, W. 1'';. V V Adams, J. B. Pacotti, Airs. A. S. !

I I Duff, Elizabeth B. ,: ATerril, AlalhAlainharl Blount, W. D, Gravely, L. O. "'" r' Ayer, U. Potts, Airs. Gussie ':
* tlJ1" Jacob M.Moltz : Ayer, ADs. U. '
Douglass, Tom L. : Blount, Jimmie L. Gravely, Sallie C. ',. Perry, AI.: H. I
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j ,! Fred II. j.:? GnUs T. T. Ayer, AladelineBurnett .,..
Does, Nellie G. '. Cochran, Leo Page, Fdlcom D.
1 .
Dew, Hartford McDonald, Homer Curry, Pearl Gravely, Louis O. Jr. V J. R. Purvis, William !t'.' .

I Myers. Carl E. Gravely Wuuer AI. Baldwin, L. D. VV
Dereudoif, Henry Clark, Daisy D. V Purvis Maud Ella
Edwaids, H. E. Nowling, K. C. CJhristle, j.; \V. Gregory, W, '. Browning, R. Rimes, D. A, V -

,'- Ezelle, J. W. JNOWimg ri. A. Carson, Sam Guy, Ben F. I Brooks, J. W. Rimes, Nota -..

Em bray, R. H.fcinerton Nail, B. E. Carson, Ella Hull, Bessie E. I Ballard, F. B. Reeves, Hurd L. .

Glen Nail, A. V. Cochran, Bert Hull: Perrie C. Ballard, 'LoraBurchard V Reeves Airs. Margaret i" .

j '. Espenlaub Nail, C. E. Hampton Wade R. E. Sumner Mrs.
it George Crawford, W. H. M. L.

V Edens, Earl P. Nowling, J. C. Crawford, Mrs. W. II. V Hall'Yashlllgton Browning, Alice Skelley, Airs. N. J .

'i Espenlaub; Gladys C. Nowling, P. B. Crawford, Tommy Hall, Dillon Burnett,> Alattie Stokes, Allison :

; Frith A. D. Noles, Bennie G. ChrIstmas. Homer JJ. Hall, Coleman Blount, Dan J. V Taylor,. 1(' L. '
i Fletcher Nowling Jas. '1'\ tDougherty Howaid. L. flf. Burchard
Cleo Christie Carrol R. H. M. Taylor, Emory

Frealy, J. w. Nowling, Mary Frank A. V Howard, Thos. Crews, Solan B. v Taylor, Mrs. Kate

1 Fears, B. F. Nail, Clement L. Dougheity, Airs. Frank Hull, Thomas Crews JosieCrawfoid ... -' Taylor, Jas. L. .-

: Fears, S. C. Owen, Viola Deitrick, Frank A.' ., Hull, Amy Alyra Clyde :, Thigpen, D H. V .

.: ,,,' Frealy, Jas. ,W. Owen, Wm. C. Davidson, Ruby L. Hampton, Nannie C. Cone, Amy V Thomas, Airs. AI. E. ,

Frazier, S. H. Olsin, AIis. Nils Davidson, J. Olsen Hampton, Olive \ Crawford, Oussle Thomas, L. N.

Fridge, H. E. Olsen, Nils Davis, Travis V. Hull, R. C. Dyess, 7. H, V Taylor, GilbertTaylor "

Frierson, AI. W.incn O'Neal, ralph Fussell, J. J. Howard, ftadford Duval Airs. Ruby ':. V Mrs. Pearl,V "*" '

*:' .Bogul W. A.. Owen, Richard. Fussell, A. H. Hardin, Chas. Dana Floiette Thigpen, ThosT. L.

I i Ford Carl A. Olden, D. A. V Goodno Edgar E. Hull, Laura Dana, Frank J. Taylor, Maurice .

.' Geiger, T. J. O'Neal, Fred Guy, Thos. .: Hull. Aladge. Dana, James : Thigpen, H. D. .

V :V j \ Geiger, Marion ',.' Peterson, W. C. Guy, William Hendry, Willie J. Dyess, Ada "' Thigpen, C C. I

1 Groff Rose A. ,\ Perkins, M.V.. : Gilbert, Walter? Hendry, Geo. AI. Daniels. W. AI. Taylor, Airs. Louctte

J I:/Gelger, Mrs. Ilortense Puryear, I.'. B.: Gilbert Lile Hilliard, M. W. Dyess, Eva Thomas, Jessie B.

L Guthrie, Mrs. R. L Preston, W. W. Guy, Mary i. Hampton, Drew Dyess, W. E. Thomas, Mattie E. .

VV Guthrie, R. L. Plunkett, J. A. V Guy, Annie L. Huggett, Alice Dyess, H. S. Taylor, Mrs. Mary

\ Gordon, G. W. r Powell, Allen G. Hall Alice E. lilll, Grover A. Dyess, Albert Townsend, W. A,

h '.'ft."' Green, Ray Patterson, R. Y. Hall, F. WattsHutchinson Hill, Sylvia AI. Douglas, S. A. Townsond, Airs. Marie
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Gaslcjll, Ray Patterson, C. J. ( Hall, Ben F. Dan el ", Robt. Townsend, Mrs. N.. J.
Frank L.
Guthrie T. T.Georffp. Polk, Fred G. Howard, Geo. -W.Hulohlnpon. t 1 I I Hendly, Alary Daniels, Willie I Tannor, U R. -

J : Robert Popper, Fred Hall, C. L. Dana, Mary Tanner, T. L.
G. .
, .1 Guthrie R. Leavie Perkins, Leland HaJJ Bruce B Gertrude. << ; S. I Hedges, '''R. V. Djcss, Julia .I Taylor, John F. V -

i : Gibson, lH. Pines, W. S. Hail V' Hodges, Amanda Douglas] AlelHe Taylor, Mrs. Elsie
Graves, b. A. Prevail, Henry Hodges Jas.Bruce H."'. I Helms, Clyde C. Daniels. CleveEastwood Urie, Raymond F.

Giles, W.. A.I.\ Prewilt, W. C. Hodges, Susie W.' F. .. Helms, Vera Gertrude Urle. Ruth AI.

) ,Poppler, Howard 'AI. Howard, Kdith Hrepn. C. P. Wnrnock. .In!'!; ,T.
Hodges Ernest J ..... .
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1930 > ,

Williams Williams: ; ,, John Jas.. I.S.. LINING ATTIC WITH FIRST BOY TO JOIN .... r

Waldron, K. B. Lining Attic with Insulation] Cuts Fuel t.O t.:5

Waldron, Mrs. R. B..

LIST OF QUALIFIED VOTERS INSULATION LOWERS FISHER BODY GUILDJoe -NSi ,) -y ;lI'r.. r r tY' 4'ii'rY.Y "s* s' ..ynK p. T fv Jy,. J.1I

Conner, E. I 4M1.ir
Hayes, W. M. Spitz of Quincy, Fla. -

Hayes, Mrs W. M, Leads Boys Entoring
Hatch C. H. .. ; .'
Scholarship Contest,
Hatch, Mrs. G. R. After 'a snowstorm. watch the root

Hatch, G. R. ,:. 'of your home-if will tell you a sto boy Joo In Spitz Florida of to Quincy enroll was in the tho Fisher Bret !

Hays, D.McKay .; ry. If the snow "melts faster there Body Craf,eman'a Guild, which la
J. P. I. "'. '., sponsoring a nationwide educational
than it does on trees and ground, program to develop hotter craftsmanship -
Mayo, W. N. : among boys.
Pumphrey, Frank M. '. .'.. .. you're losing money! I More than 900 awards;, valued at
I 950.000 and Including four university'
'PumphreyT Luciller Rapidly melting 5noon any roof scholarships will be given to boys
who build trio best models of mlnl-
Scott, F. M. >' :i is a sure sign of heat leakage. Such aturo Napoleonic coach. The awards a
Smith, H. L. .',': will be made by renowned educators
"heat sieves.. allow .
roofs are They ...
..... '. ,
technical lines who n.'J .i'
Tedder T. K. : along have endorsed ", : .Jo n, '?S? ,.Yn 5::" ryf ,, ..w
( ,
furnace heat,. generated by fuel paid tho Guild movemont. vas Af.f ,: ., 3/C J. rh f 4/r!.%'r S / r' y r<7 i'.1'! yryYG;swr. ,
Tedder Mrs. T ';. ': boy In tho United' States
K. Any !
-. ., for with hard cash, toescape into between the ages of 12 and 19 years alp..Y3.'r ,, ; i of//'J.r.f ,:r',,r:,:. ?f'(( pry i;:., .Y>+ .x..S, :! ', 5 S.i ;, i' r 1 : ,.
Traylor, D. I/. Inclusive Is eligible for membership in r'i3 .YJ fi. .45'3 '' %/ j b3 t, .;yY';
Tompkins, .T. B. the great outdoors where' it, does no the Guild. Enrollment blanks may +'h b / ;f3 'l ; #Y rJ,r/,1... 4: :%yf.['y%6fryw '
,2 i .
', be scoured at any General Motors Uf C //r y 3r; r 9 i / :/ x v ( ff
Tompkins, Mrs. J. B. good. These heat leaking roofs ,are dealer. As soon as those blanks have s w.: ,dst ', s < r...,,/

often responsible for. "cold houses", been Corporation received In by Detroit the Fisher a membership Body- JJtlfj;:Y, ,: jr ) :, 3 t.1'Y./ 4t ysl/+ :.%'N'Y! ..
button and completo{ working ( ,
the kind'that hard to heat
are especially S
: plans for modeling: a coach will be. .
COUNTY OF HENDRY: in the morning after windows forwarded to the boy.
Owing to the wide ago range two
I, H. A. Rider, DeputySupervisor have been open all night and daaa divisions have boon formed.
One is a junior group comprised of -
of Registration, do 'hereby cer- in severe weather. boys from 12 to 15 inclusive and the
tify that, the foregoing is a true and other a senior group composed of
Insulation Solves Problem boys from 16 to inclusive. Awards
correct list of qualified electors as 'will bo divided equally between the
The solution the
same appears of record in the office of Jheat-leaking- two divisions two scholarships going
to the Juniors and two to.the senior
roof problem is of
of Supervisor of Registration of course, good In addition to the, scholarship ;k'% U r @wk

Hendry County, Florida, on tics 15th building insulation, and the best way rwardfi.. trips to Detroit will bo pro- f' ,. f; YY' 'str>tiSy GGft, 8 ,
vented io the boy in each class In each i 4
day of October, A. D. 1930., to obtain it Is to line the attic with tote whose model is adjudged the
Witness hand at LaBelle, Hen- beet in the state. Further awards in
my insulation board. (Most new, well- cash will be made to the builders of
dry County, Florida this 15th day the second best coaoh,model in oachd.1Yit1ion .
constructed homes are insulated, not in each state, and for individual '
1930. Ab'1
of October, A. D. cL
merit on particular' parts of
only to fuel but to insure the
: H. A. RIDER the model building, such as -woodcraft I :
Deputy-Supervisor Registration of comfort and health of the occu ,- met alon.rt. trimcrafl" aDd !I
pointcraft. 1_..?,
Hendry County, Florida. pants.) Figures, based on computa- The picture in the upper right-hand corner illustrates the part insulation plays in cutting heating i,

Sworn to and subscribed to before tions approved by the American Society eoetg. Half of the attic in the home of Russell B. Pettit, Larchmont, N. Y., was finished off with cane fiber ;
me this the 15th day of October, A.' of Heating and Ventilating FLORIDAS PART IN insulating board to make an extra bedroom. Naturally this prevented heat from escaping through that .

D. 1930. portion of the roof while it continued to filter through the remainder, melting the snoW: :with tho result ,
Engineers show that attics lined with
(:SISAL: ) WILLIAM T.. HULL pictured. -I

'. Cferk Circuit Court, Hendry County, Celotex cane fiber Insulation yield NATIONAL FIREPROTECTION AFTER a snowstorm, watch the Engineers, show that attics lined Eve larger 'fuel savings are obtainable i
; Florida. .vf' annual dividends in fuel saving rang- of your home-it will tellyou with Celotex cane fiber Insulation if insulation board is also I
i f ing, from 35 cent a story. If the snow melts fasterthere yield annual dividends in fuel saving applied to the top of the aWe floor
per to percent WEEK"National than it does on trees and ranging from 85 per cent to 124 percent costs If this is done in a house with
LEGAAL NOTICE of the job's cost. {round, you're losing money I of the job's cost. 2,000 square feet of roof, the following -

The actual fuel saying resulting Rapidly melting snow on any roof BavIn approximate fuel savings should
In compliance with Section 305, : IB a sure sign of heat leakage. Such Figures: fuel on result: coal, 464.20; oil, $57.40; gas,
The actual resulting
from lining the attic of a particular Fire Protection Week, roofa ato "heat sieves." They allow caving $208.00. The cost of insulation applied -
; Compiled General Laws of Florida, from lining the attic of a particular
fuel to rafters and top floor
home with insulation board furnace necvt, generated by paid
notice is hereby given that the Board dependson October 5-11: should not only bring tar with hard cash, to escape Into hOw1th insulation board depends joists in this size house would ba
the house's construction
l of County Commissioners of Hendry the house's construction and local its, message of protection to the I the great outdoors where it does no on weather conditions. In an and av local e approximately $203.60. .

; County, Florida, has appointed the weather conditions. In an aver- -dome but also should awaken the gooo. These heat leaking roofs are" home, with an asphalt-shlngl '
often responsible for "cold houses, Extra Room Possible
; following ,election officers for each age home, with an asphalt-shingled, people of Florida to their loss by I too kind that are hard to heat, especiallyin wood-oheathod area, Insulation roof, 2,000 of the square attio fIn i The Insulation of l attio spaed no)
of the Precincts of Hendry County,
after windows
wood-sheathed roof, 2,000 square feet Woods Fires", said :Mr. Harry Lee the morning nailing seven-sixteentha inch cane o means a bstanta1ieducUo '
. Florida, to hold the General Election bsro boon open au olghv and in se- in fuel pills put alsa opens the poo-,
to the underside
in fiber board
area. insulation of the attic Baker
by State Forester Florida .
recently. WEfltoflr.
on November 4; 130: of the ratters willproxlmately result in ap- sibility of adding to the nom a spare,,
Precinct, One ((1))-Clewiston: nailing seven-sixteenths inch cane Through the leadership of Its Scares nnu bedroom sewing: reoi p

.' Inspector: Mrs. F. M. Wright. fiber insulation board' to the under Chamber of Commerce, Orange tt eoiuUon of the g! e : for ion adults effectively. children wards or of. 4,

; Paul Deam, Marion F. Leydig. side of the roof rafters will resultin County is urging a' special ,observance .too thelU toile would rays in summer and will .

; Clerk: W. C. Owens. approximately the following annual ',of, Fire: Prevention. Week in its' tncon- be abou e ual r aWe room livable the year J
Special Deputy: Robert Crouch. for turn on be 39 Lumber dealers s
savings three types of fuel: twenty-two communities
' Polling Place: Clewiston Motor and more [per cent COSt 1,85) per ce or scusa the
Comnanv's Sale Room. coal, 42.4S; oil, S3S.OO: gas. $136.00. than three-quarters have already; announced t TO and ? _; I _

r'' Precinct Two ((2))-East LaBelle: The cost of the insulation installed that they will participate. 004t1ca a1)fi

Inspectors, Alice E. Hall, VioletK. would be about 110.10, and the an- Forest Fire Prevention will be featured =

Ross, T. E. Miller. nual return on this investment and leaflets ana pamphlets JI

Clerk, M. J. Bush would be 39 per cent for coal 35
Percent dealing with the losses of ,"light-
Special Deputy: M F. Yeomans.
for oil. and 124 per cent for burning" I ent obligations and have met our the
. Polling Place: ,Fireman's Club are being supplied by' the RECEIVER FOR SUGAR affairs of the Sugar Company

: Building. gas! These figures apply to climates Florida Forest Service Tallahassee, daily pay rolls ,and expect to l1'aye I while in the hands of receivers.

. Precinct Three (3)-West) LaBelle similar to that of Minneapolis. For fo, further this work. the monthly men paid up fn full!

t 'Inspector: Wade Hampton, Cecil other sections of the country they Not only Is wood a plain necessity COMPANY SPENT TWO'u1.YS 'within ,a short time. Judge Doggett Georges Remond, who weighs 584
Jackman, Louis O. Gravely.. naturally I vary_ slightly.! ) ____ 3Ut. _.this-*>d: engiq ,j Vl lg:..!'i 3-, : left, for Fort Myers Saturday ''where pounds and measures 9 feet 2 Inches

I Special Clerk: W. P. Andrews. ........ Extra Room Possible burning the life out of Florida soils \ IN CLEWI3TON- ----"--''* n.n4.ith.Gp..o c: around ]his waist i is the largest
Deputy: ,Lee Yeomans. n ; man
W. Whitehurst, who is Circuit Judge rrauct:-- -- -
" Even larger fuel and ---'-
savings are obtainable destroying baby trees by the ------- ---
Polling Place:, Everett Hotel. I
-'J.p' Precinct Four ((4)-Denaud: if, insulation board is also millions. Wildfire is creating an Idle for this district and is in charge of

i.;!. Inspectors: J. R. Burnett ,R. M. applied to the top of the attic, floor land problem directly affecting the Judge Doggett WellPleased WARNING NOTICE!
.j.. Burchard, Walter McNally.. joists. If this is done in a house revenue of the landowners, county With Progress I; 1 I r ,

-*,'i., Clerk C.: F. Roan. with 2,000 square feet of roof, the and state, and is lowering'our tax- : Y ,4t
Special Deputy: J. J. Kirtland. Made.
i That Is
" Being
following I
approximate fuel savings able wealth. Wildfire is driving game I '
. $ Polling Place
' v/ : : Roan's Uld Stoie.
, 31'f Precinct Five ((5))Felda: should result: coal, 64.20; oil57.40 out of the woods. Raw material Is

F "* inspectors: Marvin Taylor, Arthur gas, 20G.OO.. Th ecost of Insulation denied to the wood-using Industries. J. ,L. Doggett one of the Keceiv-

i t" Howard, J. P. Hull. applied to both rafters and top floor Thn earning 'power of our people is ers for the Southern ,Sugar Company I1 f : T| \ilthoKIcersurce the kll1int:or

t. Clerk: D. J. Granger. joists In this size house would be being lowered. It has ,been show that ; spent: last 'Friday and Saturday I 'I rI .r,- .'.;'s1 MICE, COCKROACHES,
' Special Deputy: A C. Lowrey approximately $200.00. the citrus and trucking industries I. in Clewiston attending to the aftalrs ,
t' Polling Place: R. B. Waldron's I't -- STEAPNS' ELECTRIC PASTE .
i' Old House. I The insulation of attic space not are vitally interested in this prob- of' the Sugar Company. Judge has been recognized by millions of people '

only means a substantial reductionin lem. Fire retard tree appointed to fill the during the past years us. snds
. Precinct Six (6))-Sears: growth and reduce Doggett: was killer of theso food destroying dfaeait

Inspectors: Frank Humphrey, F. fuel bills, but also opens the pos sum yields. Our cattle are '%o- pi. 's.'afijr tl: i re !;nation' of 1;. <- carrying pests.Sold Everywhere

!r '' :M. Scott, P. K. Tedder. sibility of addings ',to the home a ing destroyed. Yes, indeed, everybody Di-jilberg. He has !'oeen 'connc"ctelll CO pp ,t r 2 ounces S5c- 15 ounces $1.23
1-\- Clerk: G. R. Hatch. spare bedroom, sewing room or playroom ] loses when timber burns and with the Sugar Company, since ,it,II I!,

l' Special Deputy: H. L. Smith. for adults, children both. Wildfier is -. -
, or undermining ,the social first became interested in the Ever-
Polling Place: Store Building. {.
I!: W. L. .:MURRAY Insulation effectively wards off thesun's and industrial prosperity of our glades. :.

t Chairman Board of County Commissioners rays In summer and will make State. Judge Doggett expressed a feelingof

s.' \ of Hendry County Florida. the attic room livable the year On or adjacent to, ,the eleven Fire confidence in the outcome of the

ATTEST: WILLIAM 'round., Protective
T. HULL throughout
the We -----
financial affairs of the company.
, (SEAL) Clerk. Lumber dealers are always glad to State is a brighter picture. The
expect to continue 'to meet our pres-
I r-.: discuss the attic insulation problem. landowners are making a definite

t' in compliance with Section yy?, They will refer you to, a reliable con step to. keep out all fires. The turpentine
eueral Laws:of Florida, no-
t;.. : ice IS hereby given that the Couu- tractor who will gladly estimate the operators, instead of raking 666Relieves .

ty Commissioners cost of insulating your attic and, it and burning
of Heudry Couu- are ploughing fire
L':.' ty, Florida, at a meeting held' on you desire, converting some of the guards and report an increase in a Headache or Neuralgia In -

Wedneslay, October 15, 1U30, for the space, into a pleasant extra room. gum production. The cattlemen
are 30 minutes; checks a Cold! the first
f purpose of examining
and reVising
t pleased,
the registration books of with the gains made by day, and checks Malaria In three
restoring to the. said registration
on .
i; County, Florida, erased therefrom books days.
of the'foregoing A FEW CHOICE ROOMS
r_ the Tills Is brought about
names of all such as have dised, which have been through! or-
. or removed from the wrongfully or er ganized effort Towers 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.
county, or are erected,
roneously erased AVAILABLE.
or' stricken otr NOW
r .. ARE
from one district to another in the crews organized : .
L providing such person shall make equiped, and In -- .
county, or who are otherwIse disqualified such fact appear to the satisfactionr tructed In fighting fire, and' fire ', :: ':::?, ..:' ,
t-r" to vote, as follows, to wit: I the said Board of County Com breaks: are made where funds are iI1rU ; zr z-- t"
j.,' Precinct One (1) : None. missioners. available. A trained forest \

: Precinct Two (2)) : Mrs. C. .H.. Alt- W. L. MURRAY ranger directs r REASONABLE RATES

I"". man, Roy Burke, 'Alice Couch, C. L,. Chairman Board of County Commis the protection and suppressionwork.

Couch, C.V.. Ivey H. Williams, sioner of Hendry County, Florida. However, this protection applies -
'::.: C L. Yeomans, Neva Yeomans. ATTKST:: : WILLIAM '1'. HULL only to a limite dares of less HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS

Precinct Three (3)) : Alice C. Bat (SEAL) Clerk. than ten percent of our total forest h '

ley, Earnest Booth, Mary Alice .. n

Booth, B. D. Curry, H. C. Curry, land.Who "
NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo is responsible for ( '
Louise Cochran, Mrs. F. C. Curry, woods
Jesse E. Cross E.I.. Cornette, fires,? Nobody-Everyboly., Thus protection W140 WeARSEM ;:'T:' I TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

Grace Cornette, H. B. Delaney, Mrs the Sheriff of .Hendry County on the total forest area of AMD YOU'LL SEND YOURS TO ,

Jno. Frasier, Acie L. Hammock, of the State of Florida: Florida is possible only when public

Mrs. A. L. Hammock, J. V. Horn, Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray. opinion rebels agains t this outrageous THE CLEWISTON
Arrie Mills, A G. Nadel, Hubert Secretary of State of the State of
Page, Walter R. Preston, isham li'loridado hereby given notice that ligli t-burning and demands LAUNDRY CO. .

Noble, Annie Welcher, Lula Welcher a General Election will be held in: ganized fire protection. or-I CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

B.: A. Wiggins, Geo. M. Watson, Tondry County, State of Florida, on

C. Blitz Wegman,' Mary Wegman, Tuesday next succeeding the first Representatives of the State of Flor Mr. Man, is a pretty partlcuar Customer
Mrs. J. D. Pope. Monday in November, A. D. 1930, the '

Precinct Four (4) : Hattie Bald old Tuesday being the Fourth ,Dayof ida.For Five County Commissioners.For --and laundering linens to his

win, D. N. Christmas, Laura Christmas November.For Three Members of the County '
W. J. Conrad, Wllllmina Con- Representative of the First Board of Public 'Instruction. satisfaction is our specialty. A phone THE WATANABE HOTEL.

./ rad, N. G. Campbell, Josephine Congressional District of the Stateof For Constable in and for the following .

M Campbell E. T. Duval, R L. Marshall. Florida in the Seventy-second: Justice Districts. viz: call brings this service To you.
Congress of the United States. No. 1. .
Levi Smith. For Secretary of State of the Stateof No.2. MRS._ CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
Precinct Vive (5)) : H. G. Green.
Mrs. Susie Green, D. B. Florida. In Testimony Whereof, I have I CLEWISTONLAUNDRY .
Green Margaret
For Two -
Justices of the Supreme hereunto set my hand and affixed I
McDaniel O. J. Owen.,
Court of the State of Florida. the Great Seal of the State of Florida inc.
And that the .
County Commission ,
For Two at Tallahassee, the this -- ,
Railroad Commissioners Capital, -=- =- : : :
era of Hendry County AVE.: SAN BONITA ST. : =- :
Florida PASO
will of the State of Florida. twenty-third day of August, A. D. EL
meet, on Friday the 24th day of Oc- For State Senator for 24th Sena- 1930. fFLORJDA
tober, 1930, at 10:00 o'clock A M. at tonal District of the State of Flbr (Seal) R. A. GRAY CLEWISTON :

the Court House in the City of La- Ida. Secretary of State

Belle, Florida, for the' purpose of Fbr one Member of tho House of 9t thru Oct. (n/our snow L- H7t'fg Laundry- ..----, ""'"


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1930 -, -- ---' ,


' : (// a./ :: 'I 1 CONSERVATIVE STYLE BESTA surprise birthday party was given JO EMPHASIZE FLORIDA PROGRESS f

ca/ for Miss Margaret Hooker at the

Q H ;;;;L J JCttJ 1 conservative style Is one In Willits' home Friday night. The hosi. I ..

which all the extremes are avoided, esses were Bee Denton, Betty auu : r

: Mis. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 I Skirts should be of average length, Edith Willits.Bunco I
I played during the even- :
" (I so that when faddists are wearing was I .
-I ing. The guests later enjoyed tue ; r;. r' kq \ ; R
shorts conserva
theirs extremely
for Sarafcota. Mrs. Fred Moltz and son returnedWednesday
te't Sunday
Mrs.: Longly :
: dance at Belle Glade.
Lives are enjoying a modest length;
after spending the-sum
accompanied by Mr. .
She was I
Those were Misses Betty
when the next season brings long present
Downs. mer in the north.
; ami Mrs. Claude sKirt these sensible people may be Willits, Margaret Hooker, "Ed"'il- i

., ,''.':'' ,". -\ Crews amT Leland wearing therls a little shorter than I Tits, "B" Denton. Lois Partlow G.T- :
: C. W. McDonald MrsS. I
J. R. Alston
,} .. Mesdames
all trude Wright, Clara Belle morris.Uusse'11 ,
Denaud, spent Wednesday the faddist, who\ had to discard
: ; Fre''Maxwell andV S. Crews: of F.t.
0 her short skirts but the conservative AHoniob, Bonnie; Parker, 4/
: o Woman's Club In Clewiston. .
: attended
Olive Welch. Louise Hlnes. BerioaldlcQuin
:!I I r dress still looks well. The dregs: maybe I
\ 0 Federation at Delray leach Tues so planned that variety can bo: Lottie Lee Stewart. SaLy: L
.. Mr. Charlie Minor motored to 1''t.Myers .
,:' ,day. I Taylor, Venice Swango, Messrs. Earl S
" > i secured by a change of vest, collar, i
Sunday. He was accompaniedback :
.,: tie ,or beads. The degree of conservatism White, "Goofy" Gravley, Dick White. Determined to prove to tho state and nation that Florida Is on the up- 1
; "- Dr. Ezelle and :\Miss Jamie Will- by Miss Josephine Knight who I which a dress should show Mac McCleudon, Jimmy Taylor, Bill grade, J. Frank Kelley, Jr., official of the Gulf Life Insurance Corni i
: ) ." Jams motored to Palm Beach Tucs- ]had spent the weekend In l't. Myers I Willits pany, Fill leave Jacksonville airport October 20, on a six-day tour of 1
;.. somewhat the Jefferies, Bill Frank Willits,
; relatives.Mr. may: influenced by : the state with a plan to sell 1,000,000 in life Insurance applications to
,. -; day. v with material of which it is made. and' Professor Wise Professor Webb, Florida business men. State leaders have approved the plan which is '
<. .: Florida Is sound financially A Stlnson-Detroiter
-- aimed to that
;. ':; the occasion for which it is to be George Farnall and Steve Stevinson. prove"The Million Dollar Mark," piloted by Ernie llenslcy of the
>, .j Mr. W. L. Murray, of Moore Haven J. R. Alston spent' Thursday monoplane,
used. For example, a summer dress McMulIcn: Airways will be used.LAND .
."- several l days in. Clcwlslon on in Belle Glade and Canal Point on Betty Willits, Lois Partlow and"Bee"
." ::. : spent of thin inexpensive material which ,
-. l business.7th. Denton enjoyed visiting friendsin
: .
. .; business will obviously last but a short time
: :, Clewiston Wednesday afternoon.
: may reasonably be .made up in a ]less!? Z4 .:zt .:; a- 'Y"-'iZ" .- ""6.3-.c.:;; :,': ":..r"7
and :Mrs. and 8th Grade Supper
:. Mr. aud'.1Irs.. Roy' Alston conservative: style than a sturdy: The Bel Cho So Club held its ,

',:'" K. C. Alston ot Belle Glade were in The Seventh and Eight Grades fabric, such as wool which will bo regular meeting Tuesday night at LOCATIONS
bad successful Saturday -
a supper
Clewiston Monday. ..: : used for business or street wear. Willits home with "Bee" Denton as
night, October the eleventh. We
I '- J I The person who dresses on a limited hostess. The club will enjoy a Hallo- Let mo' sat your corners light and save you trouble. later.
served a delicious supper. Our menu .
Mrs. Carl Royer, of LaUelle was income should remember that ween party at Miss Bonnie Parkers :: '

business visitor to Clewiston Mona was potato salad, baked beans, cold strictly seasonal fabrics are not eco' Work done accurate and Teasonable prices. ,

slaw, meat loaf, bread and butter
day. nomical. While most materials may A watermill, 130 years old, located(

-- and coffee or tea, and jell. We pre- b he worn throughout the 'year, furl I near Madisonville, Tenn., is 'used for \v. F. COTHERN, Surveyor.

@. Messrs. K., C. Alston. ,and Stewart, pared and served the food ourselves trimmings and a few fabrics suchas grinding cornmeal.
with the assistance of Mr. and Mrs.
'tJ=> -of Belle Glade, :were ,in' Clewiston velvet and organdy are suitable ,'::;"-io. .. :-a.a.:
; Bradley at the school house. Mrs.
Sunday only for certain seasons, and If such tional precision routines, are by the
is the seventh and eighth
) materials are chosen the usefulnessof Tiller Sunshine Girls, brought from
Mrs. Louis Morgan:> spent -'I'u esday grade teacher. a dress will be limited. London for the picture. Dorothy

:'', 'L '; In Ft.< Myers. About forty people came. We wantto If a girl or woman wishes alwaysto Lee plays opposite Wheeler, \\Jalle' PALE' BAKERY
.:-. t f< :--< 0 thank the pupils parents and appear well dressed she will not Leni Stengel and Woolsey comprise ;

= :,.,;".' ", Dir: George Burchard, of LaBelle, friends for coming. plan ]her wardrobe entirely on the : a new and laughable screen couple.

\t:: .> .' 'spent Monday in Clewiston on busi- The supper was not advertised because principles of what "they" are wear Romantic interest Is furnished 1 bV

:ness. we misjudged our ability to ling, but will study her individual Hugh Trevor and Roberta Robinson. Patronize your-home industries
< .
. : i} ,J prepare a large amount of looct. style. and the lines of her figure Paul Sloane, who made "The Cu.lc-

Y-.: ;: : : .' : Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Gus We cleared $G.70 on the supper and and coloring so that she may, In. a oos," directed.A J.: BRANTLEY & SON

:'!/.. McGee were business visitors to La- ve" lid $3.30 already in our grades! sense, set her own fashion. The I

.. .: treasury.' Evelyn Hare our treasurer most satisfactory ----
Belle WednesdayMr. plan is to avoid personality that breaks feminine
has deposited the $10 in the local conspicuously "fashionable" clothes
; hearts; a smile htat's a magnet for
'. oJ, Allen Powell spent the weekend bank. and to select! Instead, conservativeand I I all of his bubbling enthusiasm, nis -

.<. in Ft. Myers._ He was accompanied Roy Green (Eighth :grade). beautiful lines and 'colors which I I joyous laugh-making to hislatest CLEWISTON
.- ".'" back by11'8.. Powell and chil reflect the tendencies of the prevailing comedy-romance, "Playboy of Paris'

.,: '. dren. mode, and, at the same time, 'express -I
Possible To Have : a picture with all the sly and roguish '

Green Lawns All the individual. t appeal of :"The Big Pond"; !, }/: THE HOTEL Tl\-MIArvlI.\ .
Mr. Louis Riverio was called to .-Lucy Belle Settle.f with list
a of Chevalier
his home In Cuba Sunday on ac Winter In Florida I will be -- \; : MIAMI FLORIDAWELCOMES
.' as popular as is his .
: I -
'count ot the death of bis father. I -
"You -' '
\ Brought a New Kind of Love .
:t,. GAINESVILLE, Fla.-To have a The ": to Me"; with a new kind of lovemaking ., ..-:. YOU
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims and .- ..FI : ; '1 '1: 'I '
luxurious lawn all winter downin
green I .. ..;. .' f r '. to., a new ]kind of gill Frances ;h
children, Jane and Louise, 'Were sunny Florida simply sow a little Most Perfectly! Ventilated/ Hold In tire/ South."
Dee Hollywood "extra girl
guests of Mr .and Mrs. J. R. Alston Italian rye grass on the regular, 1 i CJ-a. /111- Be'c/i -.;>r."': .:who\ skyrocketed! into fame when J

Sunday lawn just before it begins to turn ., ";'-.a.J j 'chosen Storage Space Across Street European Plant
play opposite the of :
brown, according'to Geo. E. Ritchey.witinhe .' ( ... cr-l.,. to. 1. 2.dOl.. _. '
>0'". ., .......Aa..: ....e::.... ,"" --"*- ffi / e-tJ1t'.y : I!'sliceand 'America. -" *-11-- '
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:\IT:: Dave ,Alston via's' a busdnesT. u, -S: Forage; Crops, Office ;' .i 'l 1" "Playbo-.or. Paris" plays. nextThursday :

visitor: to Belle Glade Friday. and Florida Experiment Station.. -. ,---,--- ,--" --- ..
--- = = : = = : = = = = =:= -
) and Friday at the Kettler -
-- Two or three pounds of rye gras-5, PLAYING AT THE KETTLER: t '

i Mrs. E. E. Kelly and daughter, scattered, : 'on.each 1,000 square feet THEATRE SATURDAY .' Theatre. Imagine Chevalier as a i !

]9 Evelyn, returned t.o.- their ,home at i of lawn space possibly along' about --- -A 'I d SUNDAYQlpriS {'.' abouMown waiter by day by, a night.heavy-spending Picture man him I Satisfy him with \ \ 1 ] y I

Daytona Saturday. They were ac- the middle! of October will not hurt ::-: -.-..,-....,;;-' :' .l
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companied home by Miss\ Bee' Mar- the .!il.grass' but will .be thick i ., .;,: 'ro'.2 1,. ;"y.:, (!".r.-.ir'., .; comically involved with three women -
,. ;). ..:..:.. ht ;; :t ::J.t: '1.4' :- ,. trying desperately to keep: them T-, .. .
l .. Pure
; Milk } 1 r
: shall, Mr Tom Shelly and Mr. J. A. enough. tp-keep the lawn nice and tI ; : :.:<.. 't 6 & f *"t{ : : it I <= \
< .
t{ .:. ;i f.rt. :"
... Plunkett. green' through the fall and winter.It ?, '. "I".,," ;'.,:.:,,.. :,... ...."*, .. A..;. '"-.ft..N"-. 't'.., .,'. ., npart. Think of the hilarious possi- G
e ,: i.:. : ,< : ; : a comedy ,
: :
is well! ,
to .
1 sprnikle, about 1-3 Inch -'ti.J. > .g./" '
:. ::: y.q{ ;. .._ {o.-fo" from theOEWISTON
;; ', ....
i i'I: : : h 'ijf"4? .... ;.:
tlt Eugene Pallette and Stuart Erwin.rrhat's .
Mr. Marshall Yenowme returned of soil over the lawn after the seed i i .:{ ; :J: ; ..(" 'f..i, -:'{
: ::'?..... '1.;:..) :.;;.. .: ( "
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Playboy Paris the rol-
.l'C ; .; of ,
so'wn. ;: :
Sunday from Jaclcsonville'wnere he'' Keep the lawn well watered /' .'::I'v<<. : Ir tl.
>:':< ::. '} .,>>%.;.: : ,(, \t :... ") ..... !, 1 hrs
until after the seed '.JSmY'/: : >..; '?: "?FJFti'.. 1 ::-',\ licking entertainment.Long .
has been: for the past two weeks. have ger- ... ;:;.. .fJ.? .:. :: } slif I .. 1 >
< .. .
minated, when the I ., :, ( # 1 7.. :.. t.; ,..i<. before Chevalier'made luniselt' ,. .
rye grass may be 1 _. v, <.l.-I: < 1Y.;.: :..t..;...". ,.. .q .. .,' r.i .'
x < ,-o... << '.
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'> ;:;; the "Idol
treated the '- I of America, he was
Mr. and same as lawn '
Mrs. W. P. Vaugh Sr..,, any grass. ::? -. '
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: ;: s.' 'W0. q: i
.J' Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and son About two to three pounds of some ?;,o. ." V "'4.. '. .;:'t-,...,3?: '''''..'.. :' t" the "idol of France," and, in "l.JlayboY' -
... ( :/'ir ? ;/::<; :I' !"' .:.:i '
:i' ....;.:,f'i.. .:. ;:: >. .f. m:1ffi. ,. "
and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr nitrogen fertilized' per 1,000 square K of Paris::;, he is again set in the
i } ::(' ?
: W ; .j: 'ii P!f. ;
.and son Harry spent Sunday in, Canal feet each month will greatly assist J .. .. ... ', (ffJt<. : .,". ;t : city he knows and loves so well. He DAIRY COMPANY
:$ I .ffA ,
Point. in producing'a rich greenness. !%% viN4I4b: ; : .1 has a fresh and French part to

-," If there is no grass on th\e yard .. ;. .r ; r ::: ?.'i.1 I'' play, and he knows how to play it Phone 333

Mr. Dave Alston was in Palm prepare the soil well and thoroughly I '. y '.. JK&' ,<:. t::: :. ,'fll:':'.,;:: ... :....X} .. .:\ t for all the laughs that were written J Sugarlanci Highway
.. ... ;.. :h P : ,:, '" -
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Beach Tuesday and Wednesday, on rake into the soil three to four ; ; into it. The story itself, "Playboy of -- -_- ----------- -

-',. .business. : pounds of Italian rye seed per 1,000 Paris," is to the French what "Char-

square feet. It is best to add stable Swansorx: |1 ley's Aunt" is to Americans, a perennial -
Mesdames E. L. Stewart, W. C. manner or good muck soil while the in"What awidowAT / | l farce comedy hit. The screen

Hooker. and Mr. Jeff Bradley spent ground is being prepared. *ThE I Kt.T: I L.t.K .._.I.1 play was adapted from an' original .

,Wednesday in Palm Beach shopping.Mr. Kentucky blue grass and'reel top drama, "The Little Cafe," by. Tris
are other winter grasses, but they: I.1 tan Bernard. SEE

.and Mrs. H, II. Petteway and ,arc not AS popular as Italia Rye. Those who roared at Bert Wheeler 3Re

small daughter, of Wauchula, spent They are ,also m're susceptible, to and :-Robert Woolsey in "The I CANNING THE SURPLUS NlQA1f'PYY ular -

Sunday in Clewiston guess of Miss the disease] known as brown patch c.uclwoshay: \:! bigger laugh ahead. Du the I c'ftr

Ola Peteway.' and will grow slower than the rye In "Half Shot at .Sunrise," a war- INVERNESS, Fla.-Among the TIRE $"

rrnss t'me! comedy playing S.aturday'and
..y. 1 products recently canned in Citrus EXTRA

Mr. W. C Hooker spent Wednesday 1 I SUllllJ.Y.at. the Kettler Theatre. .1 County are ducks: pork, chickens, PROTECTION I
In LaBelle HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESKEEP The story: deals with two American
attending County grapes
mullets, peas, pears, guavas, ,
soldiers who go A. W. O. L. i .l|'
CommIssion ;
meeting. and other products, Mrs. Elizabeth,
INSECTS FROM BOOK Paris during! the World War. It is I! ,
i W. Moore home demonstration agent
Mr. and Mrs: J. K. Baker left Tues COVERS packed with humorous situations ,in I stated.' Several thousand can have J I

.' day for Jacksonville? to be gone sev dialog from the first reel' to the last. been put up by farm women, she

.- eral days on a business 'and pleasure Roaches and silver fish are ancient Wheeler and Woolsey as the doughboys : I said. FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT

trip combined. enemies of books. Year after ,. win new laughing honors with:,)I I

year the deadly destruction goes on their, inimitable clowning. They steal Walking less than a mile of the ARE "HARD ON TIRES" .. THE '

: Mrs.. T. V. Watson arrived in I and in hot climates! particularly their Colonel' car, his daughter and I distance, 21-year-old Robert Bryner GOODYEAR HEAVY DUTY
hundreds NEW
of books
Clewiston Friday to : are marred or his "goat," electrify hundreds of
spend, the win- "hitch-hiked": from Mt. Braddock,. Pa
ter. completely ruined. military police, raise I
everything but to Seattle, Wash., in 7 days, t
The starch r
of the cloth binding is "
the dead :
I and finally emerge -,he
the attractive Ingredient'on winch

,'W I '.''_ .' Messrs.' Claude Downs, Troy Pur- roaches and silver fish feed. roes.The A. K. Ancker, of Denver, Col., will Extra in Every Way Except Price .:

year and Pruitt spent Tuesday In. The librarian songs, five rollicking ones, receive. $50,000 from the ,estate of
of the Experiment
.'; LaBelle. .. Station library ere" written by Harry TIerney, with his aunt, Mrs. Sarah Lincoln, of
protects her '
this lyrics by Anne Caldwell The set- whom he had never even heard. Are you planning plenty of Goodyear's patented SUPER
'> Mn jL-. A. Morgan, of Ft. Meade, manner. Obtain ready prepared tings are the most elaborate ever hardha; driving? Want exTWIST cord-six she?k-ab,

and Mr. J. R Barfield Jr, of Polk white shollac and dilute three parts seen in a production of this type.Including tra protection from punesorbing plies!

City, were in Clewiston Tuesday on of shellac with one of wood alcohol. an entire Parisian While he was electioneering near tures, blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered side

The shellac without the alcohol Is square Franklin, .N. C., Bert Slagle, Democratic worn-down treads?, bars; silver: striping. Value
'. and .
n gigantic vistas of' No-Man's\
too thick and will' make the binding Land. candidate for sheriff, saw a Here's your tire! only Goodyear offers-madqfcossiblo
brittle.If I woman chopping wood. His offer to Extra-thick, extra deep-cut b r a. production:
Mesdames Carl Berner, Barney Dance numbers, offering sensa- MILLIONS of tires greater
prevention of mold : Extra-
Is desired at I help was'gladly accepted by the 'AH-Wcather: Tread.

J": Thomas and Milton Crouch spent the same time, one 5 grain tablet of woman. After laboring for an hour Jar" extra: powerful: body of than any other'Ask. com w.
VL Wednesday in Palm Beach shopping.
bichloride of mercury may be addedto bindings: Leather would bo ruined Slagle spied Sam Franks, his Republican -

one pint of the dilute shellac. by it.This. opponent, churning butter
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tex insulation because it does old houses
more : : for insulating roofs in ;
than insulate-it builds stronger, sturdier : -:-;. : ': there is Celotex Lath-a plaster base i for lining basements, attics and garages -

houses-makes them more permanent .. ::; that is designed to reinforce against ;, -; tfor refinishing walls and ceilings _
:/ cracks and eliminate lath marks-that .. : :.,. throughout the house. \

.. ,:. gives finer, smoother plastered sur- :' .'. .
When .
used sheathing on outside .. :: Think how Celotex can increase
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walls Celotex ;' faces. It assures a minimum of redecorating .
Standa r d Building ". your home comfort all year 'round by
for the life of the building. .
costs j
Board adds .
bracing strength. Tests shutting out oppressing heat, dampness -
have proven' builds walls stronger Besides being used sheathing and chills and drafts.

than wood. sheathing. It can be applied
Ask architect, contractor or
under wood siding, shingles, stucco, your
dealer for further information on
brick veneer other of wall
or any type CELOTEXBRAND
finish. Celotex. Get a copy of the interestingnew
booklet, 'Celotex Cane Fibre-In-
And for inside walls and ceilings sulation. .

'Che Celotex Company 919 N.Mich. Ave. Chicago

All reliable dealers can supply Celotex' Sales distributors throughout the World ._ .

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