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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY; ) SEPTEMBER 28, 1934 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A 1.-E \nCF'
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- I '- CANE STEALING IS CHARLIE: MINER ILLC. SCHOOL TO OPEN GASOLINE USED: -IN AUGUST BISHOP HEADS NEWDEYELOPNIENT


i E. Miner, genial manager of The state of Florida collected tax

;. tho Clewiston Drug company, is con- FOR NEW TERM on 16,970,186 gallons of gasoline OF

SERIOUS OFFENCE fined in the local hospital with a during the month of August, while
1,761,121 gallons of kerb enc were
stomach ailment
serious attack of a
has suffered for MONDAYThe sold by licensed dealers and the Inspection EVERGLADES TRACT
[. WARNS OFFICIAL from which he some NEXT tax paid on them.

I [ time.Although Mr. Miner is not consid- Hendry county users consumed

; ered dangerously. ill at this time Clewiston school will open 82,546 gallons of gasoline and 7- The Glenbee corporation, a Miami

i I Any person stealing cane from absolute rest and quiet has been for the 1934-35 term next Monday. 923 gallons of l kerosene in that group headed by P. G. Bishop as

I I the fields of the United States Sug prescribed and he. has had no visi- October first, with George V. Stanley month, ranking 42nd in amount of president, is expressing its faith in

I corporation will be proSecuted tors. His condition has improved of Gainesville as principal.Mr. I gasoline and 39th in kerosene sales.U. the Everglades by the developmentof

to the full extent of the law, it be since he was admitted to the hospitaland Stanley arrived last week and S. Government agencies consumed a 740 acre tract of land between

t came knpwn here this week at the it is hoped that he will make a is making all preparations for the in addition to the totals Belle Glade and Pahdkee for farm-

r office of the company as prepara rapid convalescence. organization of the school work immediately above, 370,648 gallons of keroseneand ing purposes. Mr. Bishop is a former -

: tions go forward for harvesting the upon the opening of the 4,031 gallons of kerosene. Clewiston resident, having been

crop now maturing.J. term. He will be assisted by an excellent vice-president and general manager

J. Harrington" vicepresidentand ROYER WILL LEAD IN corps of teachers, most of of the old Southern Sugar company.

general manager in a statement whom were members of the faculty $2,000 DAMAGES The tract of land lies near the

yesterday explained the attitude of switch the Florida East
the past year.A Runyon on
the ;corporation' regarding thefts of SCHOOL CELEBRATIONCarl record enrollment is expectedfor i Coast railway and joins the State
i AWARDED LYNN
cane.- ; the local school this term. In Prison Farm on the north. The cor-

"With the cane throughout the addition to the principal there will poration, plans to completely develop
E. Royer, of LaBelle, princi-
property rapidly approaching ma be four instructors in the junior and George R. Lynn, jr., was awarded another tract between South Bay
r turity there have been brought to pal ,of the Hendry county high which there is
Glade In
senior high school classes. B. E. Her- damages to the extent of $2,000 Sat- and Belle ,
of school, has been named county
our attention numerous reports Mrs. Ger- total of 330 $50,000 will
ring, Miss Eva Mae Green, in'his Atlan- a acres.
for the'state organizationfor urday suit against the
chairman
persons stealing cane from fields of 1 trude McMullen and Miss Livonia be expended in developing the two
the three hundredth tic Coast Line railroad company in
the United States Sugar Corpora-I celebrating Congdon. There are five elementary tracts of land. The major portion: of
of the American high I connection with the death of his
"In anniversary
tion, said Mr. Harrington. I teachers, Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss the tract between* Belle Glade and
school in 1934-35, by' M. R. Hinsonof wife and Miss Flora Shanks in
cases this may be traced to the will\ in beans,
1(l many Louise Renfroe, Miss Lucile Hamp- Pahokee be planted
the state department of education March, 1933.
1 thoughtlessness on the part of the ton, Miss Mae Drew and Mrs. W. C. while the tract near South Bay will
who is director of the state cele- Mrs. Lynn and Miss Shanks were
,
in
1 Aindividual doing the stealing, but Prewitt.' also contain 160 acres of cane, 50
E l a few, instances :we have discovered bration. killed in a grade crossing accidentat acres of asparagus.On .
Every high school principal has the crossing near the Clewiston
in
stolen larger
that cane reported the project near Belle Gladeall '
quantities was trucked to nearby been asked by the celebration com- Drainage DistrictOfficials Dairy Company as t.heyere en route new buildings are being erected
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mittee of the department of second- to West Palm Beach to visit rela-
coast towns and sold to retail stores. and all new equipment will be used.A .
school to of- I Meet tives oft Mrs Lynn. They were driv-
II e "Cane growers face the same ary principals serve ex new home was recently complet-
ficio as the chairman of the local ing an Austin car, which Mrs. ,Lynn
that has confronted
problem grove "Bish-
ed and is now occupied by Mr.
(, observance of the three hundredth To 'Inspect LeveeThe had won in a contest a few days
owners in other parts of the state op. The home is a modern one and
for ," continued Mr. Harrington anniversary. Co-ordinating the ac- previously. The bodies were dragged
conveniences
many years I is equipped with all modern -
tivities of local chairmen are the several hundred feet after the acci- .
"Where of our fields
many and
electricity run-
executive committee of the including
are conveniently located along the county chairmen, who were appointed dent.J. materially
ning water. The home adds -
by state chairmen who were in Okeechobee Flood Control board, A. Franklin, of the ;law firm
this problem becomes
highways more whichit
to the beauty of the plot on
which will hold its regular meeting
of Henderson and Franklin' of Fort
turn asked to serve by the national
acute. We note that produce growers '
is located. All other buildings
in the office of Capt. F.
here :
today Myers, represented the A. C. L. and
committee. Governor Sholtz has by
would not tolerate a situation where
which have been erected for use by
D. Duff vice-chairman of the board,
announced that he would file motion
proclamation called for fitting observance -
the passerby, if so disposed, would
foremen and white laborers are
will make an inspection trip of the for trial and if that is denied,
a new
of the anniversary in the
take several hampers of beans, tomatoes modernly equipped Including bath.
Lake Okeechobee project followingthe he will appeal the case to the state
schools.As .
egg-plants, etc., and will appreciate business meeting. The new warehouse which hag
in the national celebration :supreme court.
cooperation from the
built with
pro- just been completed was
Members of the committee are
filed in the acci-
ceremonies within the state will Two suits were,
duce that will assist in pay
growers us an to efficiency. It is so 'arranged' -
Duff Jake Boyd of West. Palm eye
.Capt. dent Mrs. and suit broughtby
Lynn's a
respect to the American tradition of
correcting this evil, as we are determined as to allow entrance and exit of
Beach William Griffis, of Okeechobee -
the Louisville Trust company, as
public, universal and democratic
that any person appre- with the
all farming machinery ,
Lauderdaleand
Russell Snow Fort
,
I trustee ,for the estate of Miss Flora
high school education, esthblishedwith
hended stealing cane from fields of A. greatest possible ease. The new
Adams Miami. Secretary
Carl ,
Shanks. Each asked damages of $3-
Boston Latin school in 1635. .
the Un1led'.States .
Sugar corppratlon W. Young and Engineer Ben Herr building, houses all of the new farm.
will be vigorously prosecuted to the By means of exhibitions and pag- meeting.Lt. 000. The latter case was continued ing equipment and rolling stock of
also attend today's
may until the next term of circuit court.
eants the schools will also foster a
full'extent of the law. The stealing conduct the visitors the corporation. Two new trucks!:
l Selee will
The first ,brought into
appreciation of the : cases were
greater public
of cane is just as criminal an act as have already been purchased and
problems and achievements of the on the levee inspection trip. federal court, but, a non suit was filed -
taking money from the cash drawer. another Is to arrive within a few
I Cane stealing is punishable by imprisonment high schools.' by the plaintiffs when Federal days. Two pick-up trucks are alreadyon
Belle Glade Have Ackerman directed the juryto
to Judge
and fine and the United the job. Plows, discs, tractors and
PHILLIPS STORE OPENS ,.. bring in a verdict: for the railroad.
States Sugar corporation will make
I other equipment are now working
MOORE HAVEN BRANCH New Phone ExchangeA The Tampa law firm, Mabry, j I
\;, t every effort to see the guilty partiesare preparing the soil for the first plant-
Reeves, Carlton and White, with !
brought to justice.
or All cane fields of the United Phillips Department Store, of Maurice L. White appearing in I Ing.Twenty cottages have been builtto
Clewiston, opened a branch establishment Belle Glade telephone exchangeto court, represent bith Mr. Lynn and
States Sugar corporation are
prom- house the negro help and twenty
cost $30,000, is being constructed Louisville Trust Company.
the
!
Haven Satur-
at Moore on
inently posted so that there may be the Southern Bell Telephone __ : more will be built, as will four Broom -
no excuse of ignorance on the part day, the store occupying space in by further evidence of FRIENDLY BIBLE CLASS I I barracks. These cottages for

of individuals stealing cane from the Gantt Building. on the main business their company belief as in the future of the Everglades TO HAVE FISH FRY the colored help, though small, are
such fields.FLORIDA I street of the Glades county I and will make for
section Work has already I[ new and clean
town. The ladies of the Community I I I sanitary living conditions. An effici-

IS MARKETBASKET Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg | begun on the project. will house the Church are looking forward with ent drainage plan has been worked
which
The cottage
FOR NATION tablished their' store here in exchange has already been erected pleasure to the fish fry to be given i I I out on the plot where the' cottages

spring and have found that eS-1 and work on the exchange itself, by the men of the Friendly Bible'' are located to make sanitary .conditions -

Tampa, Sept. 27-FNS-Agri-( ) in the lake section justified the up-to-date battery system has Class on Thursday, October 4th, at I' the very best.

cultural' activity throughout the tablishment .of a second store. an started. The exchange is expectedto 7 p. m. The location has not been Looking forward to efficient

' state at this season recalls the fact Moore Haven store will, be in chargeof by October 20th. decided upon but will be announcedin drainage of the 740 acre tract Mr.
in
operation
I' that Florida is recognized throughout Miss Dorothy Williams of Belle Telephones be at Belle Glade are operating the class Sunday morning.The Bishop has worked out a thorough

,I the country as the winter Glade. at present on a long distanceor class boasts of some excellent plan and execution is under way 4r

"market basket" of the nation. TAXTallahassee toll basis. With the installationof musical and dramatic talent and entertainment at this time. A. dike has ,been built

t Florida ships an average of 95- SMALL CHAINS MUST PAY the exchange, which will operateon is assured. around the entire 740 acres with

534 cars of fruit and vegetables each w- will be 1 Former members and prospective topping ditches every 660 feet. These
a 24-hour basis, phones
year, bringing into the state approxi- Sept. 27, (FNS)- operated directly through the local I I members are urged to attend. topping ditches are 30 inches wide rand
not including Organization of separate corpora- I appears from
mately $90,000,000 There are 15 toll stations five feet deep. It
from which an addi- tions for individual stores in a chain, li exchange. TAGPROVES the canal and
staple crops THEFT-PROOF the present layout of
the
of chain now in ,use at Belle Glade, and
is annually realized will not permit owners EFFECTIVE can
tional $18,000,000 is topping ditches that drainage
of exchange ex-
installation an
stores to escape chain-store tax, .. --- handled and perfectly

I Figures show that Florida ships Comptroller J. M. Lee is advisingall immediately.pected to bring South the Bay numoer and Chosen to 87 Tallahassee, Sept. 27-FNS-) taken be properly care of even under the most

1214 cars of strawberries, 1638 cars county tax collectors this week. in the of Records of the Florida Motor Ve- critical weather conditions.
included
will be territory
of peppers, 1748 cars of cucumbers, Mr. Lee is instructing tax collec- 'icle department show that up to JThe topping ditches lead to the
Belle Glade exchange.
3166 cars of cabbage, 3166 cars of tors to refuse to sell individual''store. the Pahokee telephone exchangehas September 1, there were 41,000 main canal and the main canal to
5022 of Irish licenses and to sell only chain-, The license tags sold, than which is being
I ._, beans, cars potatoes been in operation for two and a more motor the pumping station
i ( 7665 cars of tomatoes, 7794 cars of store licenses where the stores seem and the last to be for the entire 12 months of 1933. built near Belle Glade and Pahokee

,. watermellons, 8087 cars of celery to be operated as part of a chain ,or I half years, was section. The total sold to September 1, be- highway at Runyon switch. The

and 3647 cars of mixed vegetables, where the basic ownership is the I I built in the Everglades ing 336,565 and for the entire year erection of a spillway has been com-

annually.Of same' for instance-where corporations Mrs. D. G. Alston and daughter of 1933 the total was 265,833 tags pleted and the pump house is under

the citrus fruits, Florida's are controlled by the same I Martha Nell, returned Wednesdayfrom sold. construction. Four large Couch

greatest crop, 7490 cars of mixed. people. Columbus Georgia, where they Acting tag commissioner Wilder pumps are being" Installed under the

fruit are shipped, 20,087 cars of Faced with the breakdown of the visited relatives. Mrs. Roy Alston attributes this increase sale to gen- direction of the manufacturer, Roy

grapefruit, 1778 cars of tangerines entire chain-store license law, if and two daughters also returned erally Improved conditions, lower Couch -of Grant, Florida.

and 23,467 cars of oranges. I this were", permitted, as it would be with them from a visit in Richland.CLEWISTON cost of tags and the use of the new I There will be three pumps of the

very simple for the larger chains to *ype theft-proof tag, which prevents I 28-inch variety and one 18-inch one.

CIVIC BEAUTIFICATION IS \do the same thing, Comptroller Lee, removing the tags and using themon I The three larger pumps will be operated .
with the office of
TOPIC AT GARDEN CLUB in conjunction COMMUNITYCHURCH different cars. I by three 40-h. p. Waukesha
General Landis, has madea ---- willbe
Attorney fourth
I -- I Diesel engines. The pump
study of the situation and the SAFE DRIVING operated by a' 20-h. p. two-speed

Mrs. W. M. Blanton, relief director "purpose" of the law is to be enforced Rev N. H. Schaaf, Minister I'I, electric motor. The electricallydriven -

f of this district for the FEUA, strictly. Services for Sunday Sept. 30, 1934 Watch out for chi1<1I'en. Vacation! will be operated automatically -

''I was the speaker at the Garden Club is over and school clays arc here pumps with a set of switches to start

. meeting yesterday afternoon. Mrs. again. The boys and girls are on water is at
SAFE DRIVING 9:45a.. m. Sunday School. Classes and stop it when the
Blanton, whose headquarters are in are provided for old and young.Dr. their way back to their classrooms. I depth.
1 given
i ; LaBelle, addressed the club mem- No sencible: Rambler would bet on J. W. Ezelle, Superintendent. They will bo citing the streets; a The capacity of'the four pumps is

bers on civic beautification.The who ries I Sermon and walking along rural hlfthwa>s. water minuteon
odds that face a, motorist 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship. 65,000 gallons of per
meeting was held at the homeof to beat the red light. It's a dead by the minister and special Because their teachers have taughttheni a low head and 50,000\ gallons

the president, Mrs. E. L. Stewart. certainty that sooner or later he Will music by the, choir. A cordial safety principle, they; intel-will per minute with a five foot head.

land In.the police court or the hos- welcome is extended to all. Mr. take care of their own. safety; The pumps are installed in a steel

. "I I MRS. P RE WITT TO ENTERTAIN pital. Lawson Jones violinist, will assist Ji ent1r. It is up to everymotorist piling dam and as many as neces-

.1 I LADIES AID NEXT THURSDAY Traffic signals are fair and im- in the musical program. to watch out for them; give them in sary may be operated at anyone
down
; partial. They arc operated 'according The Lake Harbor Sunday School the right' of way slow tIme, sinCe:; each pump is a separate .-

The Ladles Aid Society of the. to a scientific plan, for one purpose will be conducted at 4 p. m. school districts, and treat everyyoung of Unit within itself. The pumps are

, I ,1 'j Community Church will meet at the only, the safety of the majority. If repairs upon the bell-tower of one as though, it was one the very latest In drainage equip-

1i: 'Clewiston Inn on Thursday afternoon Obey them, motorists, and you will the Clewiston church are not com- jour own. ; I ment and are reversible-they may
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at 3 o'clock Mrs W. C. Prew-[help greatly to cut down serious accidents pleted, the bell will not be rung for.. Motorists, once more ; (Continued oil Page Sf
"I 't itt is hostess t !. I I these services> ; "1,"Atcb ant for the children
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any field examination and apparently SCOTT M. LOFTIN II

Review of Current the agent's explanation was sufficient Ankle Bone Riveted

to satisfy the internal revenue bureau
.
that A&I 24 Years by a Nail
none was necessary.

the World OverProbing Vacaville, Calif.-A shingle nail,
Events RECONSTRUCTION Finance cor- held Frank Weber's ankle bone to-

a new $100- gether for 24 years after It was

000,000 corn loan program. Farmers x broken In 1908, It was, disclosed

will be offered loans on corn of any here recently when Dr. Middleton

crop year at the rate of 55 cents a P. Stansbury performed an opera.

the Morro Castle Disaster-Textile Strike Mediation bushel by the Commodity Credit cor- tion to remove the nail. Weber was

poration, the RFC disclosed. The RFC forced to seek'medical attention
'
'Fails"and Rioting Is Resumed. -Profits has turned over $100,000,000" to the when the nail caused an ulcer to

commodity corporation, which is reallya he said.
begin
in War Munitions. .
: branch of the RFC for the carryingout .
.i. mfr y
of the program. States includedin
,.. '. .
-
"j the new loan plan are Illinois, Indiana

By ,EDWARD W. PICKARD Iowa, Kansas Missouri, Ohio, Min- HEART BALM SUITIS

: by Western Newspaper Union.NEARLY Colorado.nesota, Nebraska. South Dakota, and 4; .ly:: % 'r /,; WON BY CUPID

always: In the case of a sues at stake are "appropriate subjectsfor

I disaster persons come forward arbitration." HUKY LONG won han

with accusations of negligence\ The Immediate result of this break SENATOR his fight for absolute con Sued Suitor_ Weds; So Does

and misbehavior on the, part of the down In negotiations was the resumption trol of Louisiana, his candidates for Plaintive Plaintiff. .

officers and crew of of violence and disorder, especially congress, state supreme court and ,

.g the vessel concerned.This In Rhode Island. Thousands of public service commissioner defeating r;
of strikers and their sympathizers fought Philadelphia.-Just how thoroughly..
Is true now those of the "old guard. The electionwas
the Morro Castle the with National- Guard detachments in quite peaceful despite the pre-- :Scott: M. Loftin of Jacksonville, Fla., the human element-L e., Cupid-can

Ward liner which Saylesville and Woonsocket, driving dictions of bloody "civil war." The was elected president of the AmericanBar scramble the staid machinations of the .

burned eight miles off back the greatly outnumbered soldiers. Kingfish Is now expected to press his association at the convention in law In a breach of promise suit has

the New Jersey coast Tear gas. nausea gas and finally bullets Investigation of graft and corruptionIn Milwaukee. been demonstrated vividly herein the

.,L3':. with a loss of 13ft were used to check the rioters and the affairs of New Orleans and to case of pretty Edythe Katz, who was
many persons were wounded, some fa sure her heart was broken $25,000
lives. undertake to have his arch enemy.
The Morro Castle, tally. Governor Green made conces- Mayor -Serames Walmsley, ousted FARMERS TO DECIDE worth.

large, swift and luxurIous sions to the Saylesville strikers and from office through action by the leg- CROP CURB PROGRAMAAA Edythe brought suit against Morris

:X:' in Its appoint-' ordered that there should be no more islature; which he controls. Huey IB H. Wertheimer for that sum when, she
complained his ardor cooled.
-- shooting. But at Woonsocket conditions ,
ments, was returning now the virtual dictator of the state,
George W. momentarily worse and the No sooner had word of the action
from a seven day grew but his opponents have not given up Plans Corn-Hog Contract
Rogers cruise ro Havana. police commissioner of the city asked the fight Referendum. gone out than Morris let It be known

The ship's master, Capt. Robert Wll- the governor to obtain federal troopsto that he was engaged to somebody else,

mott, had died of heart disease only stop the rioting. The major In DEALERS rejoiced In the re- and when he was served with a summons -

a few hours before the tragedy, and command of the National Guardsmen NEW of the Maine election Indianapolis.-Methods of developinga he replied by marrying a ?Miss

William F. Warms, chief officer, was there admitted the situation was out though their victory was Incomplete. practical crop control program for Ruth Kriger. -

In command. With 12 other officers of control. Great crowds were looting Gov. Louis J. Brann, Democrat, was 1935'and.plans for a referendum on the Miss Katz resolved to make the

and members of the crew he stood by shops In the downtown section and oth re-elected by a substantial majorityover corn-hog plan were principal topics for volatile Mr. Wertheimer pay and rue,

the blazing ship until the hulk was ers were threatening the. Woonsocket the Republican candidate, AlfredK. discussion at a regional conference 'of his,whimsical answer to the suit.

towed to Asbury Park and beached. Rayon company's plant. Ames, a wealthy and aged retired the Agricultural Adjustment administration But the courts moved slowly 'and-

Several of the surviving passengers Fearing major bloodshed and death, lumberman. Senator Frederick Hale, here.Government. when the time came to hear Edythe's

testified before the federal' steamboat Governor Green read the riot act and veteran Republican, was returned to 'representatives of the charges It developed that she had not

Inspection board that no alarm was asked President Thomas F. McMahonof : the upper house for his fourth term AAA In Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Illi- been Idle. She had met Harry War-

sounded and little or no aid was given the United Textile Workers of Amer- but his majority over F. Harold Du- nois. Michigan and Tennessee attendedthe ren, neighbor, and they had taken,

panic-stricken passengers by the mem- ica to hasten there from Washington.The bord, dynamic Democratic nominee, session, 'the first of a series' to be- out a license to wed.

bers of the crew. Then George W. Rog- governor also ordered the mobilization was so slender that Hale must have held throughout the nation. Even her own attorney was discom-

ers, chief radio operator, and his first of 1,000 World war veterans anda felt rather humiliated. The New Dealers In a statement from Secretary of Ag- posed by this. It would be very

assistant, George I. Alagna, told of statewide roundup> of Communist agitators 'won two of the three congressionalseats. riculture Henry A. Wallace,' read at strange Indeed to have Mrs. Warrennee

the delay In sending out the SOS call, I the meeting, an appeal was made to ( Katz) tell the judge that Werthelmer ,

asserting they could not obtain an order i William A. Comstock lost the Democratic corn-hog contract holders to vote In had Interfered with ,her chancesto

for It from the bridge. This, of FOUR members of the Du Pont nomination to succeed himselfas the referendum to be held within the marry by his behavior In,jilting'her.:.

course, was explained by the usual reluctance Pierre, Irenee, Felix and governor of Michigan, being defeated next few weeks. Her attorney sighed and told her

of steamship officers to call Lammot, appeared before the senate by Arthur J.. Lacey. The Repub Wallace said it was his opinion "that It was not customary 'ro come Into

for 'help because the salvage charges' munitions Inquiry committee, and told licans named Frank B. Fitzgerald, now farmers will welcome an opportunityto court suing for breachof promise
of the huge business the Du Pont of state.In when the Ink on one's marriage licenseto
are heavy. Alagna was put under ar- secretary vote on a program designed to present
corporation has done in supplying war textile strike wed another man was not entirely
rest as a material witness after he had South Carolina the overproduction of cheap grain
told his story to a federal grand Jury. jnalerial. Between 1914 and 1918 the Injected itself Into the election. In a a year from now which would resultIn dry.He '

The value of his testimony was some- company, which was founded In 1802 runoff election Olin D. Johnston, union live stock losses in 1936 and 1937." told her to go and try to be

what lessened by Rogers' admission to to manufacture black powder filled sympathizer and former mill hand, won A similar appeal to farmers "to take happy without the 25000. _
$1,2-15,000.000 worth of In
both the board and the grand jury that war order the Democratic nomination over Cole stock and decide their course for ,next
that time it did about 35 times the
Alagna had been distrusted by Captain Blease. year" by voting in the, corn-hog refer- Lizard for Man-
business Leaps
It had In the year Just be-
Wilmott as a radical and an agitator, In Arizona the Democrats renomi- endum was made In a statement from
and that Alagna some months ago triedto fore the World war, when Its sales nated Senator Ashurst and Congress- Chester C. Davis, administrator of the but He's Not Lounging!
amounted to
Instigate a riot on the ship as a pro- Irenee du Pont$30,000,000.testified, that the man-at-large Isabella Greenway. The AAA, read at the meeting. I I New York.-It was feeding, time for
test against the food served the crew. New Dealers tried to get the guberna- Six suggestions for a tentative pro- the Varanus Komodgensls giant
subscribed
corporation to preferred
The first actual evidence indicating stock In the German dye patents seized torial nomination in Colorado for Miss gram for 1935, contained In a statement lizard-at the Bronx zoo.
of origin Josephine Roach, coal mine operator from the AAA, were outlined. The ,
that the fire was incendiary during the war by the United States.He Dr. Raymond L. Ditmars, curator of
i:1 Gus and social worker, but she was beatenby suggestions were the result of actual
: was furnished by Quartermaster said these patents had resulted Ina reptiles, and John Toomey, head keeper -
,J' Edward C. Johnson, the IncumbentIn contracts with larger producers on the ,
Harmon.
the creature'sweekly
"great service" to America. The were preparing huge
Washington, also, the New Dealers needs for control in 1935. Theyare
IG-inch crop
"It was like the flash of a corporation entered the dye business meal of two chickens.
'
lost out when .J. C. Stephenson was defeated -
3 gun," he declared. "It couldn't have after the war as a licensee of the : The lizard, lethargic usually, but
been gasoline because it traveled much Chemical foundation, Du Pont said. by Lewis Schwellenbach for the 1. Provide some kind of a corn acre- roused by the smell of blood was in

faster. It might have been some sort i There did not seem to be anythingvery Democratic senatorial! nomination. age control plan. the outside part of his cage. Ditmars

of chemical, all of which would lightup sensational or scandalous In the 2. Maintain corn acreage on farms and Toomey heard him scratching at

when one point of it started. There facts elicted from the Du Ponts, but NATIONWIDE distribution has been under contract at about SO per cent of the lower part of the double door.

was a funny, acrid smoke coming out previous witnesses had told a lot about a poster pledging the the. 1932-33 average. Suddenly there was a clatter and a

of the flash' the deals of airplane companies and public to support Blue Eagle business 3. Make the contracted areas avail- roar.
Four inches It
Other officers of the ship testified other corporations with foreign nations establishments. square, able for utilization as pasture or hay. Said Doctor Ditmars: '

that they believed the fire was of In which it was alleged they had Code Is gummed authorities'and for pasting local in NRA windows.com 4. Provide for raising part of funds "The giant monitor vaulted the door

incendiary origin and'as fed by been aided by United States diplo- mittees counted to aid Its necessary for_ financing the program which is a yard high and landed right
are upon
gasoline or chemicals, but they could mats and army and navy officers. There .. from moderate processing taxes on beside, us.

suggest no motive for such a horrible was a lot, too, about graft on the distribution.This. is to the hogs. "We didn't wait for anything more

crime.. Acting Captain Warms said he part of South American government: agitation Internal reorganization accompany of 5. Not to undertake control of live to happen. John and I hurdled the '

based his opinion that the blaze was officials. One of the stories told temporary decided ? stock production, partly because excess other door In less time than it took the
the administration as
1 Incendiary on two facts : First, be- brought in the' name of King Georgeof recovery President Roosevelt and numbers already have been eliminated. lizard to jump in. And when we looked
by
cause on August 27, on a previous voy- England, and this resulted in of- upon around the chickens were gone."
Hugh S. Johnson, the NRA administrator G. Set up farm storage plan to en-
age to Havana, there was a suspicious ficial protests by British diplomatsboth courage farmers to store any corn pro- One swish of the big tail will knocka
Maze in the No. 5 hold ; second, because in Ditmars
Washington and In London. man down Doctor ex-
duced in 1935 actual
requirementsand
Authority Is to be split three ways over
reports to him Indicated that Just what Senator Nye and his com- plained.
to help Individual producers who
instead of the present one-man con-
k the writing room locker, In which the mittee expect to do with the Informa- trol. General Johnson is expected to wish to offer corn as collateral for a Besides the two chickens the lizard.
fatal fire started, exploded. The flames tion they are gathering is not certain. loan. 'is fed 14 eggs once a week.
continue in an Important post. Sepa- government
he, explained further, acted "like gaso- There are suggestions of government
rate agencies will be In charge of
line kerosene and fire
or extinguishers ownership or at least government control -
had effect them. policy-framing, administration, and deciding Gold Bullion Burglar
no on of all war munition manufacturing Garner Elected toNational

The chief of the secret police inHavana and selling. Plenty of evidence was controversies. Routed by "Electric Eye"Montreal.A
Committee
declares the burning of the brought out to prove that the makersof
Morro Castle was an act of sabotage these wares sell to both sides In WHEN the League of Nations met Galveston, Texas.-Former Gov. daring bandit who bad
members an invitation to Russiato cut his way into the strong room of
by of a secret International warfare. James E. Ferguson resigned as national -
maritime association that takes Its Join the league was circulated, Democratic committeeman from the Pioneer gold mfne, near here, In f&
signed and sent to Moscow. The council search of gold bullion was driven off ,.
orders from
the Communists of Mos the fifth Installment of the senate Texas, and the state Democratic executive '
IN then announced that an accord had empty-handed by the unwinking vigi-
committee immediately adopted -
banking committee on its stock mar-
been reached to ,grant Russia a per- lance of an "electric eye"-knoWD to.
ket internal a motion notifying Vice PresidentGarner
Investigation
cow.THE revenue
manent seat on the council, and It was cell.
International science as a photoelectric
Typographical of his election to the com-
I agents were charged with "laxity In
In convention at Chicago, defeated enforcement" for ac- expected that only Portugal and Argentina mltteemanship Ferguson resigned in As the robber made his way into-
a proposal by delegates would continue to oppose this. the chamber where the gold is cast
representing "
cepting, without examination Richard Sandler of the Interests of party harmony.
local No. ,fi. of New York fora srf Income tax Sweden was into bricks for shipment, his figure-

four day thirty hour week to be returns prepared, byJ. elected president of the league assem- interrupted a ray of light shining on
with each local bly by an almost unanimous vote. Planter Alarm bells burst
optional by a referen- P. Morgan & Co. Kidnaped v the sensitive cell.
Poland the
gave a Jolt to league by
dum vote. Charges were made that the Into clamor.Dr. .
The committee presented announcing that It will no longer abide'by Rescued by Posse
plan had been instigated by Commun: a long reviewof Howard James, superintendentof
fists In control of the New York local, evidence that .officials the general treaty for the protection Clarksdale, Miss.-After a ride of the mine, one of Canada's Reading
of minority peoples. Joseph Beek
,
terror In his automobile while
who own
are seeking to wreck the interna his home-
was on way
of the :Morgan metallurgists,
tional foreign minister, told the assemblythat held captive by two kidnapers, H. K'
organization and vilify Its of company, Kuhn Loeb until all states protect the rightsof from a dance. He trapped the bur-
Sage, fifty-five-year-old planter of Dub-
ficers.
& Co., and the Na- minorities Poland would refuse glar in the strong room and grappled
The any lin, Miss., was freed 'about an hour later -
accusation was denied by the' had fireda
tional City bank of control by an International organismof with him, after' the burglar
president, of the local, which has when the speeding car was inter-
shots taking
a New York "avoided" Its treatment of minority groups. fusillade, none of the
membership of J. P. cepted by a a few miles southof
10,500 union printersin Morgan income taxes by "a posse effect In the darkness.

New York. Other delegates sup- variety of methods." BRESHKOVSAKAYA, Clarksdale. The kidnapers aban- The man finally battered Doctor

plied the convention with circulars "Many returns, particularly ,of part- CATHERINE of the Russian revolution doned the machine and fled at the approach James over the head with his revolver

setting forth the charges of communistic ners In large banking houses, were ," died at her home near of the officers. butt and escaped Into the mine shaft.

Interference. exempted from adequate scrutiny," the Prague. During most of the ninety Police have blocked ,all roads. ,

committee said. years of her life she struggled to free Russia Honors Two Yanks

E'ORTS of President Roosevelt's "When examinations were made the Russia and she spent 23 years in exileIn
for Aid in Arctic Rescue Cable Car Burns Bearing
mediation board to bring about a time devoted to them was comparatively Siberia. Her contribution toward'the ,

peaceful settlement of the textile strike short, In view of the wealth of downfall of the Romanoffs was Moscow.-The Order of Lenin, one Stalling '16 Passenger

failed when the employers,'' accordingto the taxpayers and the complex natureof considerable. of the highest decorations of Russia,
Colo.-A cable car load-
City,
the board, refused to make any con their transactions was conferred on William Lavery and Canon

cessions that would open the way to "Thus, In 1930 according to the bu ItOM the American Federation of Clyde Armistead of Fairbanks Alaska, ed with 16 passengers, tourists from'

arbitration. The strike leaders had insisted reau's own records; one'day was spentIn F Labor comes a suggestion that the American mechanics who assisted In four different states, burned out a ,...
300 feet from the bottom while t
that all the mills must remain checking the partnership return of government create a "central agency, the rescue of Soviet scientific expedI- .bearing "i-J.
the tortuous 1,500-foot Yo.
closed pending arbitration, and this J, P. Morgan & Co. and Drexel & Co. representing organized business, labor, tion stranded In the arctic. Lavery and negotiating as-
was rejected by the mill owners. The -the most powerful banking group in consumers' and the government, to lay Armstead aided In the airplane rescueof cent to the top of the Royal Gorge

cotton textile employers then declared the world. ont a production program and carry Russians marooned by tn? sinkingof near here. It was lowered. after re-

flatly that they did not believe\[ the Is "This return was not subjected to It through" their ship, the Cheljuskin. maining on the side of the precipitous
"', cliff from 4:20 p. m. until 10:20 p. m.

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,; I THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1934 .

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, i 1 HEALTHY FAMILY

! t There has not been a death for 83

fears In the Novotny family wIw

lire near Tachov, southwestern B..-
; FLAME OF hernia The- head of. the family !.

Mf. Charles Novotny, aged ninety-

! By eight, who Is.a miller. He has It
children, 28 grandchildren and 48
' VINGIE E. ROE great-grandchildren. last death

'r l In the family was that:of Mr. Novot-

THE BORDER Copyright Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc. ny's father. "I have always liked
I WNU Serrle my pipe and beer," Mr. Novotny
says, "but my wife--she Is ninety-

, t' one-reminds me that It Is time I
i t'Ii started to give up some of the bad
f. habits of' my youth."
SYNOPSIS tag real about him, had never been to "If you take my advice you'd better Here It was again, her sweet and

t, her, she knew now. There was keep a sharp eye out for that very mysterious name among them.
l Sealclng death by throwing herself nothing real but this man, this rene- thing-the medicine man." And presently they brought her mut
; from Lone Mesa, to escape dishonor gade, this outlaw who followed wherea "Don't worry. I know that old chap. ton ribs baked In the ashes wrapped Whitens Clears The
F; '" at the hands of a drunken desperado,
Sonya Savarln allows herself to be rescued master led, and left behind him a Saw him at Two Fingers' hogan once. in corn husks, and corn meal mushIn Skin
f by her suddenly repentant at- great flare of light that glowed with He'd take my head off If he could." a pottery bowl. Quickest Way

tacker. The girl Is a self-appointed shadows In her heart. "Well, don't eat anything around The day wore on, and night came
physician to the, Navajo Indians, living Fire and flame and darkness, joy and where he is, and watch your trails for cool and sweet, and still she stayedby No matter how dull and dark year
on an Arizona sheep ranch with her complexion; no matter how freckled and
brother Serge, his wife. Lila, and .heir ecstasy and sorrow, fear and a vast traps." the bed on the sand floor, makingher coarsened by sun and triad. Nadinol
mall daughter, Babs. She Is engagedto strength : these were her portion, new "I wl1ln'said; Sonya. mustard compresses for the labor- Bleaching Cream -will
Rodney Blake, wealthy New Yorker, given to her.Presently True to her plan, the girl was out on Ing chest, using hot water ,and cold whitenolear and smooth
but her heart Is with the friendless
-, Navajos and she evades a wedding. she pushed her hair back the desert next day before the sun was alternately, giving her drops ", to reduce your quickest akin, to easiest new beauty way.,

Sonya pulls Little Moon, wife of Two from her forehead, went to the pool In up. The thoughts which had moiledIn I the ghastly fever, and at two Just apply at bedtime;
Fingers, a Navajo, through the crisisof the dark'corner and, kneeling, washed her mind for hours now beset her of the night by the watch on her wrist Nadinola, tested and
an illness. Two Fingers is deeply her face with her hands. It was a again. Where was this man who was the sick man sighed and went to sleep trusted for over a gen- f!, t M

w whose grateful.advances Sonya again she had meets repulsed the man on strange baptism of abnegation, of ac her man? Where did he follow that his temperature down to a hundred. tifying eration,work begins while its beau-you

Lone Mesa. He tells her he bitterly ceptance. Whatever was to happen In monstrous master and why? What "Glory !" said Sonya to herself. "It's sleep. Then you see day-
regrets his action. Sonya Is affected, the new' future she was committed to was the power which had turned him a great life If you don't weaken." by-day improvement until -

a but Border unforgiving.bandit She"El Capitan hears rumors Diablo of" It, body and soul. Whatever happenedto from her without a backward look? She slept a bit herself, and dawn your complexion is

r and vaguely connects him with her Starr Stone would happen to her: Was It fear, or some strange loyalty found things better in the hogan. white all you long satin-smooth for; creamy
,
attacker. On Lone Mesa she again that she knew beyond all questioning.And beyond the comprehension of a nor Noon found them better still, and lovely. No disappointments, no long
comes upon the strange young man. so she slept, still In her pretty mal mind?' What did it portend? And late in the afternoon she went away, waiting for results. Money-back: guar-
1 but she
no longer fears him. When he "
1.H reiterates his sorrow over his misconduct dress, and did not awake until the who was the master? Who but that leaving strict instructions to her pa- antee. Get a large box of Nadinola.
(, she Indicates forgiveness and day was far gone toward evening and one from across the Border whom the, tient to stay in bed until she came Bleaching Cream at your favorite toilet
counter, or by mail, postpaid, only 0o.
urges him to abandon his life of law- Lila came knocking at her door. mad Servant called Beelzebub? The again. If he got up he would die, she NADINOLA Box 15 Paris Tenn.
,
lessness.
the From transference concealment of objects, Sonya froman witnesses She went out and met Lila with a terrible prince of bandits who crucified told them all flatly, and that was that.

airship to her attacker. At a dance grave face, and the smart little woman those who double-crossed him. At home she told Lila and Serge of Wasted Time, AnywayNo
she demands that he tell her his name. looked at her and set down the cup Sonya shivered In the coming day. what she'd found and disinfected her- one can talk patiently with a
He tells her he is Starr Stone that What had he said to Starr Stone?
she held. self from head to heel before'stretchIng -
his mother believes him dead, and that
he goes by a different name In this "You may as well come clean, Sonya "Hombre, you disobey Let's go." her tired body for sleep."I .
region. darling," she said gently. "Not to, will Where had they gone? What wouldhe told you there'd be work for'you,"
r; only prolong the, agony." do to him? And why had he disobeyed Serge told her soberly. "I heard of an- fanatic.77ffRINE;

.'. CHAPTER VContinued9 "1 know' ," Sonya said soberly. In what? With deep intuitionshe other case today."
"Come out In the patio. There's still knew the disobedience had to do "My heaven !I',' said the girl, sittingup
time before we have to begin supper." with her, with his arm about her In suddenly on her bed In the room

He was a Mexican, and a bad one And there, with ,the sun going down the public place.It beyond. "Where? Is It going to be
It ever one of that brand lived. the western, sky and the shadows. was a small thing. Not a double- epidemic?"

He spoke, and the man before him lengthening about them Sonya told the cross. Yet the very thought of the "Up In Bad canyon." /

stood rooted to the spot his arm still story of the Man of Lone Mesa, and sinister words chilled her: to the bone. "That's a long ride. I'll need the

around the girl. Lila listened with Inheld breath.At "Come," she told herself, "snap out car for It. Well, heaven help them,
"Hombre," he said, In Spanish, "you Its close they looked silently at of it There Is something dark and I've got to sleep now, or.I'll be no good
disobey I Let's go." each other. terrible here, but Starr Stone"-again later."

And, turning, he walked swiftly to "You will understand, but Serge she thrilled at the mental sound of his With the visit to Bad canyon next A Few Drops Every
the door. The arm slid from Sonya's name-"will take care of himself. and
morning Sonya Savarin knew she faced Night Morning
shoulders, and without .a backward He'll come back to talk again."
the coming of ordeal. Not one but
\took the Man of Lone Mesa followed. Will Promote a Clean
At Blue Water she found what she three cases met her there, and she ,
S lone, b&c feet like lead, her head had expected, and a grave deal more. heard of five more in'a nameless wash Healthy Condition !
whIrling'with a strange dizziness, her Two Navajos, an old man and a young
beyond.
throat aching, Sonya crossed the almost At All Drug Stores
one lay In the hogan hot with fever. The days that followed hesrnn to
empty floor and picked her WriteMarice Co.Dpt.W,Chciofor Free Book
up Three women stood silently around take on the semblance of ; nightmare.The .
coat from where Lila was waking watching her magic with the thermometer sickness which had descended on
Babs. and medicines. From the shelterof
the Reservation grew and spread like ------ -
Serge Joined them, and they went a skeleton brush canopy over an some noxious growth. The girl travel- for
out Into the night among the roaringcars outdoor cooking fire Yellow Buck, ,
eled night and day, bumping on long BiliousnessSOUl"
of the departing crowd. the medicine man whom she had seen
drives in the ancient car, threading the
\ -4' Just as they passed out. of the circle at Two Fingers' watched her with inaccessible canyons on Darkness, StomachGas

tI1t, of light from the open doors a fantas- flaming eyes in his wrinkled face. stooping In the dark hogans to alleviate and Headachedue
tic figure loomed for a moment beside -
Critically the girl studied the two dead faces
suffering, covering ,
l< them, Its shabby. garments and sick men. With stethoscope on the to
trying to reason the living out of their
long white hair dim in the blending ConstipationWANTED
hot brown breasts she knew her course. superstitious custom of abandoningtheir

shadows. The old man was beyond help, his dwellings where death had en
"Beelzebub," said the soft voice of lungs already stiff with congestion, tered.
the Servant "leaves hell to work evil
sunk in coma. The young one not so
Sonya sighed, and her heart ached
"
I t' hereabouts. Beware, Innocent one.
than usual.It b5S
more
bad."Bad
\ "What In thunder- said Serge. "
told
business, she herself.
i. ached all the time, these days,
"Who was that? flu-summer flu-or I'm
"Spanish very anyway. She tried to think it was for
I r "Only a strange old man I met at "
, much mistaken. This one, she said to and she
all the fear suffering encoun-
E r Myra's. You know-the old mad .. G
the women, pointing to the thin old tered among her lowly: people, but she
: preacher who rides the Reservation on "Is about to the Jour-
to, sire, go on Long knew better. The deepest ache of all,
.
his donkeys. You've heard of him." I come too late. This one we'll p11 ,.,
s- neyv fear far down
,+ the deepest lying under C.At
"Oh, the Servant of the Lord? Yes, try to hold. Get me hot water In the all the rest, had to do with the r -

I have. Never saw him before, though. cooking baskets and cold water from memory of a man's haggard face 0 .

Well, let's get going, girls. Dabs, lazy the hole. Also a warm stone wrappedIn above her head, the clasp of an arm

,. bones, sit up while daddy fixes the ..' ... '1 cloth." that shook, and a harsh voice saying
robe for you. That's the girL" And once more she rolled back the Let's "
"Hombre, you disobey go.
Sonya Told the Story of the Man sleeves of her ruling shirt and pre- Weeks had passed since the danceat

CHAPTER VI of Lost Mesa, and Lila Listened pared to met Death on the common the Neidlingers' ranch, and she had Unusual opportunity for energeticman t

With Inheld Breath. field of poor humanity.In had no breath of news about Starr or woman to ,become the local ?
representative for the Fuller Brush
Shadows of Death. never wIlL". said Sonva. "so we'll not two hours the ancient one was Stone and the sinister figure which he Good and
-- Company. earnings perma-
f ,If Sonya Savarln had been troubled tell him' until tine haveIto.." gone on that long Journey and she had followed from the floor The nent or part time work for the proper -

oefore, had sparched her soul with Lila laid her hand on Sonya's arm. helped the women carry him out and Servant of the Lord, whom she had person. Address P. O. Box: 1575,
t fearfu) and bewildered eyes, that summer "Rod I" she said. "We have forgotten lay him decently under some blanketsIn come to draw toward as one who Atlanta, Ga.
I night plunged her Into chaos. him !I" the canopy's shade. Back in the could tell her things, seemed to have

t. Shame was In her, and a breathless "No," said the other, "not I. Rod hogan again she heard Yellow Buck's vanished from the country.She .

I flame of ecstasy, and a fear that will be one of the things I'll)] have to "HI-yah Hl-yah! the slow stamp of had forgotten Rod entirely. She Do lack PEP ?
t mounted hourly. face-one of the dangers: I shall. moccasined feet as he danced grotesquely had even forgotten the menace of his you
! t f, And knowledge. write to him tonight and tell him." In the sun beyond. What he was threat to let no people-no landnoman Are you all in, tired and run down?

[ ,;- Knowledge, terrible, complete, dev. "What?" The word was In Italics. doing, what sinister Incantations he take her from him, ever In

: astating. "Oh, not about Starr Stone or any was making against her, she did not this world. Had she stopped to remember lJljHT l RSMlt8s
I f Destiny had reached and taken her, of the tragic things I've told you. Only know or care. She had a man to save, she would have written him
and If possible, and had no time to IIJ
body soul. spare
that I cannot marry him. dutifully, as a shield between herself TONIC
All that her life had meant was "And you'll have him here as quickas for the silly old dancer and his presence. But she did not
\ gone-her plans, her future, every- the air lines can bring him," said All day she worked In almost utter remember, and In New York Rodney Will rid you ofIIfJilLJJJRIA

I thing. Rod Blake, New York, safety Lila quietly. silence. The sick man could'stili Blake was sending her a wire that

and assurance, the sane and ordered "You're right," said Sonya after a I speak, and once he asked after Two very day. Serge, going into the little f
things of everyday, they were all moment's thought. "I'll not tell him Fingers' wife, and again directed the town for supplies, brought It out the and build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills.
swept Into the discard like so much -yet." women to cook and feed the Blue, next afternoon. Fever,Malaria and
A General Tonic
I trash. So these two women, grave of face, South Woman. TO BE CONTINUED.
And in their place stood Starr Stone caught In the maelstrom of life's SOc and $1.00 At All Druuuta

-her blood leaped at her first con- romance, Its stern portents and shad I :;-.,-'..-'..-.'-'.-'.-'..-:-'..-.'-'.-'.-'..-.'-'.-'.-'..-'..-.'-'.-'.-'.-'.-'.-'..-'--,..-'..-'..-.'-'.-:-.,-'..-.'-L"--r.---r L"-r/-r L"L"' ".'-'

f' ecious use of his name-renegade, ows, re-entered the low adobe house !
mystery, what she did not know-and and went about their evening's work War Fingerprints Hold Answer to Many

with him danger, wrong, disaster. A ,In silence., DID YOU
,, .. man with blue eyes had passed, and Serge came home from his day's rId- Peace-Time Questions Put to Uncle Sam

trouble followed In his wake, as the ing dusty and tired, weary for sleep. EVER SEE

Servant had whispered. It was true. As he was washing at the bench be- The World war ended more than fif Many requests for Information (Involving 1 WORM
ill of It. He had touched her witn yond the door he called in to them. teen years ago, but fingerprints made Identification to establish vet- A

} :ills mysterious power, and she had "SIs" he said, "I think there's goingto by men who became United States erans' claims to state bonuses. I RUNNING ?
turned and followed him. In her soul be work for you ahead. I saw soldiers continue In active service. In Much of the work of' employees in
she had turned and followed. Like a old Hosteen T'so today from up Long temporary bullding*"A," where they the fingerprint section Is the result of

bird charmed to its death, she had Ruins way, and he told me there are are held by long rows of special cases, Increased federal employment in which If your child has Worms
bent her eyes on his, and she was lost. two sick Indians over there. the prints provide answers to approximately preference Is shown veterans producing or Tapeworm, one single dose
There was nothing In this world but "Did he say Just where they were?" 400 questions received each certificates of service In cases of'DEAD SHOT' Dr. Peery's
I Starr Stone's face, the blue light of his "Yes. In a hogan by Blue Water day by the World war division of the where discharge papers are lost. By Vermifuge will drive them out.Dr.Peeiys'DEAD .

__ eyes, the curve of his lips the grace of hole. Said there was a rug for you adjutant general's office. having applicants' fingerprints com
,# his lean body. If you'd come. The medicine man's i lies hold fingerprints of 5,430,8bt pared with those In the files, Identityof SHOTVermifugeBOo

6'T:} l She had seen no man, ever In her been making sings for them, but they'reno Individuals. Of that total, 3,591,772 the veterans Is proved. RA PM nrcr,,,,y o
life before, with conscious eyes. She better." sets of prints are those of persons The adjutant general's staff also cooperates -

bad not seen life. She had been asleep, "H'm. Darn these medicine men I" who served In the war but were not with the Department of Justice
a walker in dreams. said the girl, her brows drawing to members of the regular army. The In the furtherance of investlga
,
Rod Blake was a dream, a fantasy. gether' "They kill more patients thanI others are prints of regular army recruits tlons of law violations.Tha BOo. Pill a bottle Co. 100 at Gold His face was a stranger's face, his can ever save. I'll start early in the I enlisting before, during and fingerprint files also are usedto
voice a far-off echo. There was noth morning." after the war. check on army enlistment



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.. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS ,J'
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into ,-especially -
proud to be moving one

1 I lesson of history or of moralscan yond, Belle Glade. From Clewiston tot 1' collection. ladies and gentlemen: I in Clewiston where they are
much. And now
isn't
News so
The Clewiston be firmly fixed in the mind ofa Belle Glade there of movers t so greatly in demand. We not only
drain- here ifv the important news
this is due to better trees
and reverence for Whether have a house, but we have
: Clewiston, child. Respect this week. Mr. and Mrs. Keathley! .'
f'ubhshed Friday iu less rainfall we didn't take important to
1' every of Washington and his age or which are nearly _as
the CLEWISTON NEWS, the bravery from Bowden and the boss of the family,
Florida, by of Nature time to check but the crops ; our way of thinking.
followers and love I
Inc. gallant certainly Kay, will move (as soon as this issue -
Pahokee '
the two paintingsthat Belle Glade to -
were inspired by I into the house the I
be hidden from the suffered from too much water. Thereare gets to press)
heath Editor soon
,
] Bowden may week when
that well vacated this
they are bean fields are Wrights: I
some
critics
say
public because good and we can just they moved into their newly built
shape 'Em
and in You Wreck
mail m.it- "out of date. up andwe've
Entered as second class the smiles on the owners home. Apartments are nice \

ter February 1, 1927 at the u'nder Pos ........................................................-............................................... 'I imagine faces for they, ,should bring a good had a dandy one, but a aren't house\1\ We Fix 'Em ,
Office in 'Clewiston, Florida .1 I price if the weather continues to ):; a- house and maybe we I "

the Act of March 3, 1897. I favor th WI'-.mVP.... ,. drove home after PAINTING BODY AND '

RAMBLINGS dark and the patter, patter of bugs .. .. : FENDER' WORK
year vvv v
rate $2.00 per ;
Subscription made us x .
windshield
against the .:,
applIcation.Devoted .:. TOPS SEAT COVERS
Advertising rates xn .:..:..:..:..: .:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:: think it was raining. Since we were .i. .N ew :and Used .' ,I UPHOLSTERY
and driving at an average rate of speed .. :
advancement,

welfare/of to, Clewiston the and Hendry:' We will yarn.open this A true week one with, that a rattlesnake is- that bugs gives you will you encounter an idea of on how the many high- I:!:' FURNITURE,, .:! r Done Courteous by An" Service Expert

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County. '. vouched for by F. L. Dunaway chair-I way after dark.} l*:!> ::1 li Work Guaranteed.Prices.
the board of Hendry like all things must I
man of And vacations lleasonable.i .
does commissioners. Accompanied by his II come to an end.. Next Monday: the I I I:;: BELLE GLADE j jI : -
powder i
off the was school
If you touch nine year old son, Mr. Dunaway children will gather at the

a' woman's face light up? scouting the woods near his home I building and make an end to a delightful -I I I:_: FURNITURE COMPANY : PIONEERService '

with the lad's 410. shotgun. They vacation. ..
At. last it has happened! Win found and killed a large rattler, and Something we deplore: the burn-\ .i.I : StationBELLE
I
I
Dooley; of New=York choked to deathon the boy,said "Look Daddy! There's ing of garbage on the main street I|:i:: Belle Glade, Florida .I GLADE PHONE 10AVreckcr -

hunk; of restaurant. steak. a .whole pile of rattlesn les." And of the town daily. It seems so unnecessary -I Next Door To Theatre : ;I Service at All Hours,
i ,::' sure enough, Fred looked and founda when the city maintainsan I .:. '

i I The, difference', between a fiddler large rattler coiled so that he excellent twice a week garbage I '. v. .vv. v. . vv. v. .v. 1/

and \iolinist., says, the Palm Beach looked like a pile of snakes. He shot I, '
a and killed the 7 1-2 foot snake, that,
Times, is that the fiddler plays had'''
he declared was the biggest he

tune. ever seen. They searched and found c
Rules _
the snake's home
under a nearby log
"Live as though tomorrow were and there were 11 small rattlers so Fountain Pens .

already her and you'll accomplishsome the Dunaways father and son, are START YOUR CHILDREN

of the- things we expect to get due credit for exterminating 13 ofi Pencils ;' kto
I
:
donG before we dU. the reptiles one day. I Composition Books '

Then there's the yarn about they'I School This Year
The Senate investigations at last negress in jait'awaiting trial. She'sI I T Tablets'Z .-

dig some facts,-among them this tale alsois "
up of a Harlem resident and Note Book Filler
that the DuPonts sold 40 percent fight "about -
a true one. She had a ,.
all ammunition used by the Allies her m'an," like all the rest of them With New ,_ Graph Paper- < ; : :
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during the world war. jail. It '
and so landed lathe county ::l (,;. r.: .-- ';; Note Books -
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time for cir- : '-
several months till : '
was : ,
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accounts :M, ': 'c.
the newspaper
reading ;
Pads
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Since I cuit court so in the meantime she LUNCH BOXES Spelling
'of Huey Long in Louisiana! became enough of a trusty to have -, :'-: ._,;'t ,;
eyebrows at : ,.,' Drawing Pads -
we no longer raise our the run of the jail and helped in the :' : '

high-handed methods of European kitchen with the cooking, and clean- }5 VACUUM BOTTLES CompassesErasers :r .,.
.:
dictators.A ing up. When court convened her :'. ;'" -. ." :"
called and while she sat : '-- ; ;. ,;' f "
neighboring exchange has class- case was <: ? :: ;, : FLASH LIGHTS '
struck Ink
in the court room a thought Drawing
ified ""Print your own. Make and" her, and she sent a message to l\Irs.r :: ; ;iL; ; ',

save money. Presses from of counterfeit-$9 up. :McCall the deputy's wife who super- : 'It !:; : ; "/:: WATCHESVV Paste
which savors strongly :
vises the kitchen. "Invite the Judgeto ; j\;: Scissors

ing. dinner," said the message. It. ",

ladyso took a moment for Mrs. McCall to '-.,' :,..' .,,'!,': 1.:::7 ,. KNIVES Crayons
,
there was the young I -
Then drift, and then she laughed. '. '' : ':, ,. Blanks
modest that she blushed when get the she __ 'j > : ;;,:_ : : :: ; '' Examination
Proving herself a good sport
snakes.-Miami '
talking about garter I
invited the judge the state attorney
where
Herald. That's a case
and the court reporter all to lunch
"then" means a long time ago.
that day, and gave the negro prisoner -

a chance to prove "the way to a
Benny Rueda is a brave lad. Sev- "
man's heart is through his stomach.
en years old, he has agreed to marry It is doubtful if the ,judge and the Co0

one of the two Knight sisters, 20 I other court officials ever knew tol I Clewiston Supply '
rescued m
and 22 :rears of age, who
indebted for their
whom they were
him from drowning in the Morro '
invitation. 'I
Castle disaster. A trip around the lake the first of l

the week found plenty' of water be I
After reading accounts of the revelations I

in the investigation of the''
:::
burning of Moiro Castle, the wonder -

is not that so many were drownedor

burned to death, but that as many aSEBgWLOU .

as did escape. There seems to have .
been a general inefficiency and dis- "f"

regard of safety regulations. "



program The flood on. control.Lake Okeechobee and navigation has drive tetter- -you/fe/ better in a } ..'

stimulated a great deal of interest ride ii e ter- -you

d in Miami and other East Coast -

points. They are campaigning for

' more and more work to be done ,onT : ;

various canals leading .from Lake Ivzee//ction CHEVROLET a y li -

Okeechobee to ,the Atlantic. What -

every home needs' now is a good map -

of the region. These canals are hard
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to keep straight. >'- ,' ; : : ; :": ':;:- ::': "
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WHAT PRICE GLO3Y? : -,-_-- ,: :" :;') :'.:" :, .I,' /. : :' :/"" -. ,';. ,';! pb
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"Will swap: A Croix de Guerre, .. .: .. -,< :_, ; ::,
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a Distinguished Service Cross, a Pur- .: : '',--:;..

ple Heart and two Mexican border Owners Test is simplicity\ ,E>:

service medals for a steady jobby ? TIlE -

,man of good character. Write P. 0. You merely drive the : .
.
Box 125, Kenosha, Wis." is a classi- Chevrolet over the same routes and
fied which tells its own story. __ '.
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In the sameay you drive
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OUR IDEAS CHANGE day. Chevrolet is confident that } t i

The problem of the Metropolitian 'AY ill like the freedom from jolts that

Museum of Art in New York is the shockproof
the ;
Knee-Action brings- -
same problem that'confronts' '
every i j a
housewife-what to do with old steering-the big Fisher body ,,1 rl k i '

paintings or old furniture that has'' engine-the ,, i(1( ; .c =
-the 80-horsepower
become outmoded and is no longer -
_
considered art? cable-controlled brakes.; In fact, ;' ;! E 1 ,r yh ; '

If it's furniture, we do it over. '- Chevrolet believes that the Ownership

We take off the little curlicues and ,,, r 1
give it a new finish of varnish or Test will prove to your .complete a'.r I R
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better still a bright colored enamel. satisfaction that the low-: ,
Then it is modern and fits in with
our newer things. priced Chevrolet is the car for,you.

But when it's paintings, that's .
MICU.
co., DETROIT ; '
'C EVROLET'MoroR
another problem... ?
Imagine -
doing ov- t
and
easy
low di-itrmlprirna
er "Washington Crossing the Dela- Compare Chanlcft :.. 7 a'te OY
Value
ware"! C.M.A. .:t'rms. A qcn6allllulOr. "
or the "Song of the Lark".

These are two paintings that no ....

longer nave space in the modern art '

museum They are "outmoded" and ,'ONE RIDE IS WORTH A THOUSAND: WORDS t

are so relegated: to some obscure ,:' ; ., ... DEALER ADVERTISEMENT

storeroom. What a shame! Art l
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should be art, regardless whereit '. ':"1.' ::"W- _
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is found. And, these pictures that ;; ; > ,
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were cherished by a past generationand '

that were copied in school books Clewiston Motor CoClewistcm W

for in childhood '
us our should

tam n their places in the sun. .1'0-1\I"Y .

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THE CLEWISTON' NEWS .; PAGE FIVE
PIt1DAT'', SEPTEMBER a$, 1034

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I I have The assessment of said property For Representative In Congress. Stateat
I Orden of Tallahassee, Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. Troupe
Van large.
Jerry
(M-e-e-e>>:-e-e-e-eX.--e-e-e-e--' visitor here this arrived from: Miami and are stay- under the said certificate issued was For Representative of the First Con-
.:. was a business in the name of P. M. Diffenwierth. gressional District of the State of
f Personal I Mention :;: week. Mr. Van Orden Is a beverage' ing at the Clewiston Inn. Mr. TroupeIs Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Florida In the Seventy-fourth Con-
; inspector. a dragline operator for the C. Y. according to law, tax deed gress of the United States.
Court
v Justices of the Supreme
.:..:...:..: :..:..: :..:..:...:...:...:...:.:..:..:..: :..: :...:..:...:..:..:., I Thomason construction company. will issue thereon on the 8th day of For of Two the State of Florida.
of the
J. F. McLure, sr., of Union, South October, A. D. 1934. For Two Railroad Commissioners
F. G. Gibson of ,St. Louis week.was a Carolina is visiting) his son and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Dated this 7th day; of September For State State of Senator Florida. for Twenty-fourth

, business visitor' here this daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. .F. Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. Orin A., D. 1934. Senatorial District of. the State of

\ business McLure, jr. Carlton, of Atlanta, who Is spending WILLIAM T. HULL, For Florida One Member of the House of.Representatives -
A U-;t;., F. E. Moss of Tampa was a the winter with her daughter, (SEAL. ) Clerk of Circuit Court, of ,the State of .Florida.For .

visitor here Wednesday.W. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and moved from 'Moore Haven Saturdayand Hendry County. Flor- For County Five County'Attorney.: Commissioners. .

daughter, Mildred, returned Sun- are occupying the home on the ida. For Three Members of the County
Eldridge Smith of Tampa was relatives in reservation formerly occupied Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t. Board of Public Instruction. "
Wednesday day from: a visit with government For Justice, of the Peace in and for
here .
a business visitor Jacksonville.W. by Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Inger- the following Districts, viz- No. 1.
For Constable in and for the following1Justice
Mrs. R. H. Collins were soll. ;Districts viz: No.-. _
and
Major ,
Saturday T. Efting spent the weekendin NOTICE OF ELECTION In Testimony( Whereof I
shopping in Fort Myers Palm Beach with Mrs. Efting Five new government inspectorswho have hereunto set my
To the Sheriff of Hendry County, of hand and affixed the
of South Bay and little son Ronnie, who are' vacationing \ have been assigned_ to duty on the State of Florida: : Great Seal of the Stateof
H. Gordon and son there. the Lake Okeechobee project arrived Be it Known That I, R. A. Gray, Florida at Tallahas-
Monday.C. -
visitors in Clewiston Secretary of State of the State of Florida see the Capital this tho
were 1 this week and are spending severaldays I' do hereby give notice thataGENEDAL (SEAL) first day of August, A. D.
week- Mr. and Mrs. Ray 'Hemphill have here before moving to their lo- ELECTION 1934.
.- M. .Llttlejohn spent the andJ. will be held in Hendry County. State R. A. GRAY,
returned to Clewiston for the winter cations. They are R. C. Vickers of _
in Lake Wales. of Florida on Tuesday next succeedingthe Secretary State. ; "
end with his parents aflfer {{pending' \ several months in D."Fox of West Palm Beach, W. first Monday In November A. D. To Hon. H. L.. DeLancy, Sheriff Hendry' .
Phillips 1934 the said Tuesday being the County. LaBelle Fla.
Heath and Parker T. Wilson North Carolina. H. Thurn Jacksonville, SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor No. 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 5-12-19-3C:
Sam Sunday. Davis of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and United States Senator. Nov. 2. ,. "
were visitors in ,Fort Myers Tippey Mrs. A. A.
Mrs. J. Chester Radford of Orlando. ,

Mr. and Mrs. WC.\. Prewitt have Munroe, and Mr.' and Mrs.and C.Wednesday F. ..:..:...:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:;.:..:...:..:..................................................................;....................................................................:....:..'". .
Goodman spent Tuesday ;
In Tam- GET-TOGETHER ; '
returned from a week's stay INFORMAL :: .-.
: in Miami.J. HONORS MINISTER AND WIFE : .f" .
pa. g- :: .' : ." r,_:
I. .
a business F. Houck, principal of the Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Shaaf were '
G. Alston trade
trip Dave to Tampa the latter part of the Moore Haven school and Fred Flanders honored guests at an informal church !: School Starts ",
visitors in .:..
were business
Jr., v Community Church
week. ? social held at the t: .:.
.. Clewiston Saturday Thursday evening. The affair was t

Heath returned Sunday In ,the nature of a get-together and t t1

from George a yisit of several days in Fort Mrs. Clement Nail and :Mrs. W. i the friendly spirit of hospitality was ,Monday i

C. Nail and little daughter, Miriam, evident in the warm greetings extended ii::
Meade. of Moore Haven spent Tuesday' in to the new pastor and his ";' -
Clewiston with friends. : +--1 ia,,,,j ---6', i; :
Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Schaaf were wife :: :

r l'\ visitors in Miami the first of the Friday Rev. and Mrs. Shaaf will make } .. iJ
,i'f Cy ,Cruze left for Orlando Clewiston their home for only two :: -

week.S. where he was called on account of ,months, but they have received a :::: ,EVERY ARTICLE A SCHOOL 'CHILD NEEDS. YOU'LL BE ; .

returned Wednesdayfrom the illness of his mother. Mrs. Cruze cordial welcome and have endeared :
A. Nall PRICES :: "
ON
a visit of several 'days in High. left Tuesday to join him. themselves not only to members of .:;:. AGREEABLY' SURPRISED AT THE NOMINAL .

the church but to others in the com- : SUPPLIES. ::
SCHOOL
i, Springs. OUR BIG STOCK OF NEW
Miss Louise Moore, daughter of munity. .:

E. L. Stewart and J. M. Couse Mrs. J. W. Moore, is leaving today; Rev.. Shaaf will go to Coral Gables : 1 h f

j, made a business trip to LaBelle for Jacksonville, where she will en- as permanent minster of the Pres- : :::
.
Friday. roll as a student in Massey Business byterian Church there on November ...::.. .a.1 .hi :.

College. first, at which time .a permanent :

I of Jacksonville minister will be placed in chargeof X
Franklin G. Meyers

I'I:: Tuesday.Mr. was. in Clewiston on"" business Georgia.Mrs.R.: Maxwell.,H.is E.visiting Wells Mrs. her Wells'of sister Bainbridge husband, Mrs.F. ,. 1 the local pulpit. i\iClewiston\ Drug Co.-, Inc. I i


two 100 to 150
and Mrs. E. W. Binkley of is pastor of the Bainbridge Methodist WANTED-To rent '

were visitors in Clewiston church. ton barges for one or two months.
Tampa Quote Clewiston delivery and .
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r"i this week.; returned Wednesday man Fred of,L.the Dunaway Hendry county of Felda board, chair-,of struction write Atlantic Company Dredging, Clewiston& Con- ...::..H.N..11..N..N.N..N..N.MAN. .H..N..N.....N..11..N.N.....N..N..N.M..N..N..N..NIN. ..H.N..H.N..N.N.N..N..N..M..N..N..N..N..N.N..N..M..N..N..N..N..N..N.;.. .

; Fred Puryear It.:
i was transacting Florida.
in commissioners
several days
visit of
' from a
il'i business and visiting friends in I
Sarasota. -
,
I Clewiston Monday.


''I i! I!' was Mrs.a guest. Ag Wood of Mrs.of E.Moore L. Stewart Haven Mrs. H. A. Bestor and son, George, READING FUN INSTORE FOR BOYS Phillips' Dept. Stores

6 accompanied Richard Bestor to
Saturday.B. .
q Gainesville Sunday. Richard enter- Here's important news for the

l ed the University of Florida Monday boys of America. The American BoyYouth's SpecialsChildren's
; O. Bowden of Clearwater Bowden, visited and- for his freshman year. I Companion, the nation's School Opening
t his son, Keathley
quality magazine- for boys, has been

family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Largo of reduced from $2.00 a year to 100.

transacting Long Island, New York; and Mrs.Largo's The three-year rate, formerly $3.50,
L. Pape of Pahokee was
M" M. business and visiting relatives mother, Mrs. K. Hillenbrandof has been reduced to $2.00. been Oxfords . . . $ 1.00
f.p Brooklyn spent a few days in "For a long time we have

=- here Monday. Clewiston this week. seeking a way to reduce the cost of Boys School Pants . . : 85c to 1.00

,. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mikler of Jack- The American Boy to readers, states Boys Broadcloth Shirts : . . /.69c,
in Clew- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Head- Griffith Ogden Ellis, editor. "Re-
Wednesday '
sonville spent effected savings that . . . .25c
ley and daughter, Billie, and Mrs. cently we have Boys Sport Slipovers .

s I i iston on business. W. L. Turner spent Saturday in make the cut possible, and we_ think Boys Sport Oxfords . .' . . 1.85
I Glades Fort Myers'visiting Mr. and Mrs. boys will agree that the new priceis '

I I. E. Scott, tax business assessor visitor of In W. W. Presley and Mr. and Mrs.S. big news on the reading front. Boys 50c Union Suits . . . 25c
county, was a
:I 4; Clewiston yesterday. C. Headley.Mr. We the hope good boys news will by help telling us to spread their Misses Sport Oxfords . . '. . 1.49

I I and Mrs. Grady Echols re- friends." Growing Girls Oxfords . '. . 1.98
: Mrs. W. L. Turner ot Tampa Is turned Sunday from a vacation Along with the cut in cost, the

; the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. which they spent in Roanoke. Ala- magazine's publishers are planning a

f S. C. H adley. bama and in Georgia. Mrs. Echol. magazine that will continue to set Lower
Are
( father, Mr. Deloach, returned with the pace in fiction, articles, and de- Our Prices
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul nard in of Can- charactersof
t
them and is visiting here. partments. The favorite
t al Point spent the week-end in Clew millions of boys will parade thru
feather.
:' iston with friends. Mrs. R. Lawler and children, Peg- The American Boy in new stories. Because our expense is as light as a

I. gy and Bobby returned Tuesday Douglas Renfrew of the Royal Can- K
Miss Edna Culbreath is spending from a four months' stay with relatives adian Mounted, Hide-rack, the red- _

i several" days. in Pahokee as the guest in Evansville, Indiana. They and-gold collie, Bonehead Jim Tierney -

!r. of Mrs. Brooks BaHman.r joined Mr. Lawler in their new homeon the detective, will give the reader -

the government reservation. many exciting hours in the
Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. A. y
r :
months to come.
;, A.. Munroe made a business trip to I Ir Joseph Spadaro-and Cleveland William Heyliger, whose true-to- EVERYTHING ', :

r Moore Haven Monday. Johnson of Boca Grande accompanied life, gripping vocational stories have .

i by two associates M. B. Ogdenof won him wide acclaim from parents
H. Barrentine of Tampa has art Jacksonville and Don Coffman of and librarians, as well as the hearty WHENSchool :. .
GIRLS
rived'and is employed as meat' cutter FOR THE BOYS AND
t Tampa were in Clewiston .on busi- approval of boys, is working on new
,&i at the B and B store. and Wednesday writers are Interviewing -
ness Tuesday stories. Staff
I
:-..- R. famous coaches and athletes andworldrenowned Opens I Monday[
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: Mr. and Mrs. H. Hall and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson made a trip to explorers, to bring .

Leah Spicer were business visitorsin Pensacola over the ;week-end' Mrs. color and fun of sports N.N NIN N NIN:NS
boys the 1:N:..:NIN N: :N 1.N N:N: 1 1: 1 1 :
and Bobby,
West Palm Beach Tuesday. Patterson and sons, Dick ,
travel.
and
returned with him to their home
In short, The American Boy, ,undor CompassesNote
County, Attorney L. O. Gravely of here, after spending several weeks Note Books .
will continue to
its new price
LaBelle was transacting legal business with relatives In the west Florida give boys a magazine that measuresup Book Filler Drawing Pads

in Clewiston Wednesday city.. to the best standards set by adult Graph Paper :. Drawing Ink
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magazines.
Mr. and Mrs. Denver S. Watts Mrs. Earl R. Fontane ot Tampa is Tablets .: ;
7430 Second
The American Boy,
of Moore Haven were guests of spending several days with friendsin Composition Books Scissors

t friends In Clewiston' Tuesday. Clewiston. Mrs: Fontane movedto Blvd., Detroit, Michigan. Enclose| Crayons ;.. "'-' '.. '.
and address and the proper Pencils 'J ....
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Tampa from Clewiston In the 1 your name ; ::' : :, 'r
amount of money, and The American Erasers'
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. ,spring, and is being warmly greetedby :,' Fountain Pens
Glen "Etherton and Aubrey Wells her many friends on her visit Boy will soon be headed your Rules Spelling Pads
loaded with reading thrills. "
i were visitors in Miami Saturday. here. way,
Examination Blanks

": Capt. T. W. Webb of Lake Placid Among the Clewiston folks who rrnarlarn ralr>rrrrraar. 52E..R.R.g..B..R.K> ir .

and Ebb Gallaher of Sebring were, 'attended circuit court in LaBelle NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR IT IS NEW

; visiting In Clewiston Wednesday. Saturday were K. S. McMullen, Roy

Green Campbell Nail, L. O. Vin- Pen and Pencil
r.: R. C. Vickers of Birmingham ar- son, Clyson Presley, L. N. Giles NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, A Combination Fountain ,

rived in Clewiston Wednesday and Parker Wilson, C. M. Allen and Mrs. That Certificate Carl No.E. Royer 211, ,2nd holder day of of Sep-Tax A Real Bargain ... . . .25cIncorporated

'f remained for a week on business. N. C. Smith.
said
f tember, A. D. 1929 has filed
certificate in my office and made ,
t Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Poole and son Among the business visitors In application for tax deed to issu

.i John, left Sunday morning for Tampa Clewiston this week' were R. P. McBride thereon in accordance with law. Said

t ;;': arid. Miami for a week's vacation. of St. Louis, W. C. Vines of certificate embraces the following described ALSTON'S
'd' I Atlanta K. D. Smith of Louisville, property situated- Hendry

i ., T. W. Weeks and Tax Collector L I. King of Tampa C. W. Arnold County Florida, to-wit: Lots 1-2 ..

,: J. P. Moore of Moore Haven' were of Miami, and G. H.' Polndexter of Rosenberry's Sd, Sec 8, Twp 43' S. ,

f t t I transacting business here. Monday., WelDt- Palm Beach" : Rge 29 E. '









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WHERE'S THE MOUSE? BE NAVE 4' SUCH FOIXIE) CAM HA'JE .

(WN2 ROSY CHEErKS J J THEM
A little boy one evening, after he / .
Dad been put In bed, began to cry and .. .
the maid was sent upstairs to soothe .
htm. After a short lull, the crying
: p5'y
broke out with renewed vigor, and his pp. .
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father went to Investigate. Airyf
"What's all the noise about?" he de

manded. ..av'
"Well, Mary said If 1 kept on cryIng # .
a mouse with big green eyes would
come and sit on the end of my bed, rrr.r a
but It hasn't come yet.

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"Going away on your vacation
t4N 0."
"Then why the pleased expression?"
"Just learned the wife's relationsare
not coming here for theirs."


Must Be Well Ahead by Now This frock-cut in large sizes-
"She broke him off smoking so tha'the makes a point of creating a slim
could save money." eaters Newspaper n/ _. r -- silhouette for the mature or "notetooslender"
"And did he-save money?" figure. The unbelted
"Yes. He got so Interested In sav- waistline and surplice bodice do the
ing money that he broke off their en- FEATHERHEADS Sweet Dreams trick perfectly. The sleeves are flared
THE
gagement so that he could save still and most comfortable, and the large

wore." yo you MIND WAKJT Tof COME> : OM![. rever Is smart fashioned of or"after contrast.
for -
RCsT( Appropriate mornings
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JP/
Imagination's Influence STOPPING- IN w1TN f GET APRErAM WAKE ( noons, according to the- fabrics you
ome of the great women of hls- HERE Wt-rH: : WHAT Po You choose-tubbable cottons for the
!Ipry were partly creatures of poetic ME. AMIKIUT& YoU. -Boo-- Ki WAMT To BuY mornings and printed silks for after-
fancy," said the professor. I ? SUNK LIKE THAT noons. You'll enjoy making- this frock
Perhaps," said Miss,Cayenne, "pop- with the new Sew Chart, It Is so
ular Imagination subjected them to Its concise and easy to follow.
evolutionary Influence and, like TopsyIn Pattern 93:!3 may be ordered only In
'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' they Just sices 34, 30, 33, 40, 42, 44 and 40.
growed.'" Size 36 requires 3%' yards 36-Inch
i fabric and % yard contrasting.;
Hygiene Lesson 4I\ Send FIFTEEN CENTS: In coinsor x
"Why must we "keep our houses I l (z :? 11c4iT1I stamps (coins preferred) for this
scrupulously clean? ; pattern. Be, sure to write plainly
"So that we are safe If company I your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE
comes u Je: ectedly." NUMBER and SIZE.
Send your order to Sewing Circle-
The Coward \ ( Pattern Department, 232 West
"That1 the second time today I've Eighteenth Street, New York, N. Y.
seen that man following that womanIn
another car, yelling at her all the
time." HARD STUDY

"Yes, that's old Johnson. He's off-Cr'S .io-r MGHTPOR. / LAST NIGHT SHEY SAY,' YOU'RE:: "Are you still studying political
teaching his wife to drive, but he's \ "
!
J LUCKY MY ?
KIJOVVa HAP A DREAM economy
not taking any risks himself."-Bystander MH FOR gUAVe SHE WIFE -nHNK'S1'HoUSH "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum.
W1pE VJHICH (
Magazine. THE IT- IN can't
.SHrHA'T EVEN" "But politics is politics and you
make economy do the,work of liberal
c Too Many WAS MARRIED ro WHE SHE. campaign expenditures."

"Mother, Is it true that an apple a % A MILLIONAIRE ''St-f-f pREAMIa&f
} day 'keeps the doctor away?" % What Interests Him

"Yes, apples are good for your Hiker-How far is It to Washington -
"
health. ?
T "I don't think so. I just ate 13 Farmer-Well, It's about 60 miles
green ones and I think I'm going to as the crow flies.
need a doctor." Hiker-Well, but how far Is It If:
the crow has to walk and carry a
' Prompt Reply pack with him?
"Have you talked to the mania the
street about this money question?" j The Truth Comes Out
"Yes," answered Senator ,Sorghum. Beryl-George has always be-
"I met a man In Chicago one night haved like a perfect gentleman
and I said what kind of money do you whenever I've been with hIm. .-
prefer. He simply drew a gun and Mabel-Yes, I found him a bit !D.P
said, "What kind have you?" ) dull, too.-Montreal Star. '-
/ m western Newspaper Union -.rr-i

f>--., SHE KNOWS .
I ,;'1. ,
(i I
WE SAY SHE IS I Reformed NEXT CASE!
"Your husband does not knock you FREScHFLAI
t about now as he used to do, eh?" said
the parson.
i "No, sir," replied the woman ad-
f dressed."I .
am delighted to hear it. After
t all, his heart is in the right place."

l / "Oh, yes, sir-It's with the rest of rr
his body In prison." 1 '


"Is Mary Jealous of her husband?" One Picking; She'll Do
"Jealous Why, on their wedding
"She Mrs. Fitzwell (socially inclined
says he wishes she could ; .
rVficlf as others see her." see trip she wouldn't" even let him admire My dear:"I"have" picked .a' husband for 5

"That's just an excuse for spendinga the scenery. you.Her
lot of time with a compact. I Daughter-Very well; but 1 tell She-Did you ever go courting?
Hold Your Horses you emphatically that when It comesto He-Oh, yes I
-
Innocent Bystander-- "The people of this country must I buying the wedding dress I select She-What did you say? '

''You have been called. a malefactorof grow more wheat," declaimed the candidate i! the material.myself. He-I said: "Good morning, Judge.1
'
great wealth." .
"It's all a mistake," answeroa MX. "How about' hay?" .shouted.. a heck- Still Asking'My Try It Sometime
Dustin Stax. "I'm not a malefactor ler. wife always tells me what she Employer-Here, what are you do-
Tm a victim of circumstances. I hit "I'm talking about food for man- would like for her birthday." Ing with your feet on the desk?
streak of luck that, brought profit kind Just now," said the candidate, "What does she ask for?" Clerk-I am saving money for you,
but I don't know how It happened "but I'll get around to your. case In a "Well, for the last eight years It sir. My eraser Is used up, so I am ...
any
more than you do." minute." has been a fur coat", now using my rubber heels. ?itTHE

...
Playing Safe Course of True Lore On a Hot Day The Fair Stenog
I Hotel Clerk-Inside or outside room Edith-I understand Mabel has been "Would you care to do business In Typist-Do you know what time I
sir I teaching Bill to roller skate. a gold fish bowl?" have to get up to be here by nine?
Guest-;::Inside, I guess it looks like Lulu-Yeah-and has that boy fallen "I would," answered Senator Sor- Boss-No. Why not get here by
rain. for her ghup, "If I could be the fish. nine and find out?-Smith'* Weekly.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1934

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Doctor Duncan attributes to old, old ALUMINUM TO FOLLOW IRON
STILL FAITH IN
Let Our Motto Be belief In good and evil spirits In the Eruptions on

world. Prehistoric man, far back In Mankind has progressed throughthe
GOOD HEALTHBY CURSE POTENCYModern the Stone age, was ridden by super- Stone and Bronze ages and Is Scalp Itched

DR. LLOYD ARNOLD stitions, as he began to put two and now at the end of the Iron age, according -
Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive two together, and saw more than to Prof Colin Funk of Columbia and BurnedHealed
Medicine,University of Illinois
Man Has Not Out-
College of Medicine. coincidences when evil followed some university. There Is more

.___________v_____________ Old Superstition.Ancient particular situation. In time he beganto aluminum than iron In the _earth's
4: grown try to control the powers himself. crust, he says, and aluminum is by Cuficura
SCHOOL LIFE A HEALTH There were always enough misfor- lighter and can be made Just as

ADVENTURES Egyptians are acquiring an tunes, small or large', happening to strong as steel for most purposes.
undeserved reputation error efficiency any man ,to prove that he was Railroads, he predicts, will lighten "My sister's skin became Itchj
CnOOL in the minds of childrenand in curses, remarks Science Service. "cursed"-If he was gullible! enoughto their equipment by using this metal, and, before long, sore eruptions began
parents of children Is a health The curse of a pharaoh's tomb Is believe that.Prehistoric and speed up trains to 100 miles an to appear on her face and scalp.
adventure for all. During the summer, gullible. So hour to with the growing red
today spoken of with awe as something man was compete They were and soon began to
children are usually in a good stateof superior and extra-sinister In were the ancient Egyptians and air traffic. Transatlantic boats will weep. We thought she would hays

health. They spend most of the malevolent power. But the Egyptianswere Babylonians.' So were the people of also be much lighter and operate at to have her hair cut and be bald.

time out of doors and so store up no more given to concocting the Middle ages. In medieval Eng higher speeds, while buildings will Her scalp itched and burned, cans
sunshine. Outside of a few digestive land said Doctor Duncan the clergy do with heavy walls and be
curses than any other people, and away ing her to Irritate, it by scratching."She .
disturbances, caused by sunburn or there Is no reason for singling them went Into the fields and Invoked constructed almost entirely of glass began to use Cutlcura Soap

bad water on some camping trip or out, according to Dr. George S. Dun- blessings on those who regarded the and light metal. He predicts that and Ointment. The first week the
overeating of picnic food, they have can, professor of Egyptology 'at the landmarks and curses on those who we will be well into the new age In eruptions became fewer and In two
been quite generally free of ailments American university moved or otherwise transgressed the another ten years.-Pathfinder :Mag-
I weeks she was healed and no signof
since early last spring. boundaries. Centuries later, Shake- i azine. '
Dr. Duncan has ,made a of
"
survey
her trouble be
can seen. (Signed):
Now how will they stand the fall speare wrote 167 passages dealing
curses In Egypt, Babylonia and Israel, I Mrs. Emma Touska 706 Monterey
and winter, housed as they will be and he reported the results recently with the live topic of curses, and had Tribute to Wives :
St., McKeesport, Pa., April 12, 1934.
tor hours a day with some forty other before the American Oriental society, one put on his own tomb. Wives Influence their husbands
children coming from as many different meeting in Philadelphia.There And has modern man outgrown his much more than husbands their Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and COc.

family environments? Will they be exposed are 195 curse verses in the faith In curses as a means to getting wives.-Lady Astor. Talcum 25c. Sold' everywhere. Proprietors

to some disease, such as diphtherIa Bible, mostly In the Old Testanw-nt. what he wants? Far from it In Penn- : Potter Drug & Chemical

scarlet fever, whooping cough, Doctor Duncan has counted them. sylvania a boy shoots a woman because Corp., Maiden, Mass.Adv.YOUR .

or measles? Will there be an epidemicof Again and again ,Bible ,characters for seven years, he 'says, she
MercolizedWax7Jfee
colds? Will some child in the room went up to a mountain top, to be hexed him and cast evil spells.

show r signs of tuberculosis, .making near the source of power, and from GUMS

yoa uneasy for the health of your that high place called down wrathof Auto Fuel From Refute It not healthy use Pyrro, a new

own? heaven on evildoers. Gerlzlm and In test runs, an automobile' using medicine and new method of uslnr

} Particularly Is school a health adventure ,Ebal, two peaks, came to be asso- fuel made from vegetable refuse attained as a home treatment. '
for the child of five or six ciated with such rites. Gerizim was a speed of 4S miles an hour. Write for particulars to

is\, years who is entering for the first a mountain for blessing and Ebal for Fuel costs were about one-twentieth. PANEyo-

\ time this new life of education, and curses. those when ordinary gasoline was ,
j( who has never before been In close Curses were common in' Babylonia, used. The ,car was fitted with a new

contact with other Individuals than reported Doctor Duncan. It was cus- device which produces a gas from Teachers Plyler's Automatic Grading system
his own family group and his neigh- tomary to put curses ,on landmarksand any kind of charcoal, Including that / Is guaranteed. World's easiest fastest
s5cAbsorb Young
> ,
/ ,
boring playmates. It Is a critical time boundary lines, so that anyone made from the refuse. Address most W.comprehensive.E. PLYLER,Sample Lancaster copy, 8.BOc.C.
for this little John or little Mary. who interfered with them would be Mercolizcd bl mishc.sand Wax daily as discoloration directed. Invisible using
Every one gets accustomed to the In- punished. There were no fences, but particles of aged skin are freed and all
believed that who Regular Pigeon PostA defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
home. the
visible bacteria in one's own people one large pores disappear. Skin is then beauti- PARKER'S
If ;your child has had tonsilitis, adenoids broke the property laws would be regular pigeon post operates between fully clear, velvety and go soft-face looks HAIR BALSAM
visited sickness other mIsfor- the lighthouse on Ailsa Craig years younger. Mercolizcd Wax brings out
throat he by hidden I Removes Dindraff-Stops Falling
or chronic sore or :your beauty.At all loading druggists.
tune as a result of the curse. The and the mainland. The birds carry j Imparts Color and
and Powdered SaxoliteReduces -
she will carefully collect, preserve J Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
#' curse was depended on to work, the letters in aluminum containers wrinkles and other age-siena.' Sintwltchhazel tOe and Jl.00 at Dragpirta.Wkg .
all the newly acquired
germs .
grow HI.en Chern. ,Patchogqg.N.Y.
whether the law actually caught the clipped on their legs, the whole mailbag ono ounce Saxobto in half-pint
from the forty or more other chil and use daily as face lotion. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use InconnectionwithParker'sHairBalsam.Macesth
offender or not. weighing less than a quarter of
dren. If child, on the other hand,
your Origin of the dependence on curses an ounce. WNU-7 38 34 I hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at druggists -
,
has a nose and throat that are perfectly / .HJSCOX Chemical Works,Patchoirae Y.

normal, these organs will func-
tion so as to tend to destroy most of
the new Invisible visitors. As a result

there will very soon be established a' .... J.ettJa/t
6yray+,'7+C: vnufty< i, r4ww vf;. V. I
different kind of bacterial flora in
Yr L fS}Yh C'r Jn' ':{}nY ),Y.+'Yr
the nose and throat which Is harmlessto

the child. Your physician: can determine t

+' whether your' child's nose and
throat are normal. Abnormal and dIs-
eased tonsils and adenoids should be

corrected before a child starts schooL

I '' Diphtheria can be prevented by vac-

cination. You should have your child
I immunized or vaccinated against diphtheria

for the following reasons: First,
to prevent an illness that terminates $ I

fatally about once among every ten
or twelve cases of the disease. Diphtheria -

L ,1', '. is a very' serious ailment, one
(hj of the most serious a child encoun-

ters. Diphtheria is avoidable and itIs,
useless to subject your child to this

hazard. Second, you should want to


t.-" school protect your against the child.other getting During children the diphtheriafrom in period the mBl\TYMR op: 1YiUJrJIIJ c 1


of sore throat before the actual croup

i. or diphtheria develops, a child
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germs, and is a serious menace: to the
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i t the heart, kidneys or other body It's the finest beauty Then, on a plain piece of paper, EASY cash payments.
I organs from damage which may develop soap made, they say. It's so deliwrite your reasons for liking RULES 5 Letterswillbejudgedontheclear-
i! as a consequence of the dis cate on the skin, BO mild, and so Camay. Mail it to us at once, to- 1 Anyone ness sincerity, and interest of the
! ease. Recovery from diphtheria may generous of l lather. gether with S green and yellow of may Procter compete& Gamble.except(employees and statements :you make about Camay

i : leave Irreparable damage to vital But we want 2,000,000 more Camay wrappers, or 3 copies of affiliated companies), the Union andletterazesrs will! be awarded for the best _
f tt body organs. Recently Doctor Arm- women to use Camay. And that the wrapper drawn by yourself. tral Life Insurance Co., and theirfamilies. these requirements.
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is why we planned I this amazingPrize Remember-- don't have to Judges : Clayburger, ,
you
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rr Health Service reported that children Contest! be an expert writer to enter this 2 Write 100 words or less on "Why panion; Hildegarde Fillmore, Beauty i
k'; vaccinated against diphtheria enjoya contest. Any woman who really Camay Is the Best Beauty Soap for Editor McCall's Magazine; Ruth a
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than unvaccinated children. It is a Think What It Would Mean paid women green wrappers Magazine. judges:
I like yourself. So just tell us, as copies. Write as many entries as you contest are unbiased. They will Judge
;It..l protection you should give your Just imagine! $1,000 a year simply, as briefly as you would wish, but each must be accompanied only the effectiveness of the arguments
child. every year of your life! $1,000 tell some woman friend "Why signed Camay wrappers or copies and submitted. Their decisions shall be
'i Have your: dentist see that your with which to buy the Camay is the Best Beauty Soap by the actual writer. fi alandwith utrecourse.Inthee nt
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: {'i'+: toothache and can repair the 4TheFirstPrizeof$1,000ayearfor
; 6 Mail entry to Camay,Dept.A,
:your
Christmas
life will be awarded each
f. damage before the pain begins. And car-a cruise around the world! for QUICK ACTION Christmas, 1934, for P.O.Box 6W: Cincinnati, O.Entries
Day, beginning !
d he can aid in advising diets to make .
midnight
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I Also see that your child's eyes are Camay. After you've awardcdoneofthespeclalprizesof$10 think best. (If the winner elects, a winnerswilibenotifedbymailassooncleansed
ry to be for each of the as possible after the contest doses.
If not defective. A child does not know face and hands with given 100 best lump sum of$10,000 cash will be paid
your lettersreeeivedduringthisperiod.Win- First Prize in lieu of $1,000 a year Contest applies to United States only
. '. whether he has or has not 'vIs-
good it several times you'll know why
ning one of these prizes will notin any for lire) First Prize guaranteed the and is subject to all provisions of
,. ion. Children who cannot see the it is the favorite beauty soap of so way affect your opportunity for winUnion Central Life Insurance Co. All Federal,State and Local Regulations.
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eyes as the trouble because they

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x
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aid a child in adjusting himself to
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?
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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1034
EIGHT

.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL -I emption of- homes from taxationa is when the citizen lives permanentlyin BISHOP HEADS DEVELOPMENTOF L L rGOJU'SE
AMENIMENTSContinued bond-house scheme to make the his own castle with a sense of its EVERGLADES TRACT

people pay more taxes to the bone durability: and protection. Can he do Counselor and Attorney at Law

From Last Week) holders. This Is the silliest argu met this under present conditions In Flor- Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
( of all. We are already paying: taxes ida? No! We invite a visitor to Florida (Continued from page one.) Saturdays
and
(Editor's Note Hon. George ]F. on all property, including our home finally persuade him to buy a be -used for drainage or irrigation.
Westbrook, member of the Legi to the bond holders. We will continu nice building lot or farm and he proceeds I It is estimated that the entire 9:30 to 4:00

laturefrom Lake county, is presen- to pay taxes on our homes to the to build a home. Then what? 740 acre tract can be drained of

ing' through the newspapers of his bond holders but no more than ware \\'e proceed to penalize him for improving five inches of water in a period of 'Vatches. Clocks, Jewelry

county, a series of articles dealin now paying and as the bond his property! We charge him 24 hours. At the present there is
Rear or
,
,with the proposed amendments toil are paid off either in whole! or ten times the _tax he was paying on no other acreage so efficiently drained *
Florida( state constitution. These through some adjusted settlement awe the vacant lot! And if he is desirous in this immediate section of the Clc\\iston Drug. Company

amendments will be voted upon by all know will eventually tak of making his home attractive and Everglades.The Jewelry Repairing

every voter in the November election, place, then there can be no mor pleasant to look upon, he plants '
Glenbee corporation develop- W. H: MERRITT
and their provisions are as jet Hi taxes collected from home owners.It shrubbery around it, beautifies the I
ment is one of the largest to. be
.tie known to the populace. Becaus is also stated that with the taxe place, paints the house-and along WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
started in the Florida Everglades in
we believe that this is a matter which dropped from the homes, that taxes of j comes the tax assessor and adds another CLEWISTON FLORIDA
r the several It is thought
past years.
should receive careful attention frorvoters other properties will have to be increased 100.00 to his annual tax bill. 1-. O1. Box 521
that the ultimate aim of the corpor-
these articles -
we are reproducing to make up the deficiency, Any system of taxation that penal- ation is the planting of sugar cane. "We Are Here To Sta'I /'
for our readers.) The answer to that is that othe izes the improvement piopeity in

-an element of properties are now paying all of the a.'state so badly in need of additional I .
is of course -- -
There
one is home as ours is, is rotten to w---------
taxes they can stand and no owners
that
argument may;;
sentiment in any -
adoptioi simple minded enough to believe tha the core and the sooner we get rid BamEmEBcKwa..m..g .NgAiltix ESTIMATES FURNISHED; ON
of the
favor
made
in
be why shouldn't any such deficiency can be passed' of it the better off we will be. D : REQUEST
And
amendment.
of the
ad val l- GEO. F. WESTBROOK. JACK'S FAMOUS I I
through iIu
to other property
there be? It is recognized by all on !t C.: E. STEBEL
that tin orem taxes. If such a thing, wer
home students is the of political bed-rock,science of civilization attempted then the people should SALE 5 Chop Suey' Dinners Electrical Contracting
that this HOUSEBOAT FOR
demand property
and the stability of any government rise up and I Tuesday; from 0:00 to 8:00 pit
depends in a large degree, upon bo likewise exempted from. ad Here's the answer to your housing nR PHONE 2121.

a class of contented citizens. Increasing Talorem l' taxation. problem. 5 room houseboat with : tiPECIA: : liltOILII<:U STET\k B p PAHOKEE;, FLORIDA ,
burdens have made it more dif Certainly: the adoption of the amendment two bedrooms furnished or unfurn-
will make a revision of our flue. :. /ilnc'rs' hm'oda.y Nigtct AA
and
ficult than ever to acquire a home. ished. Own water system .. .. .. Agent for
---- -
Certainl -- --- -- --- IIIIII
and the small home-owner must, aft tax: structure necessary. ; Built-in features and just as cozy n GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

er paying everything else on l1is: he collection of revenue from somjther < and comfortable as' can be. Terms. A Vlatanahe Hotel :i '

home, practically repurchase it witl. source will be necessary. Opponents EDNA F. GRADY, REALTORFirst I RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
%11'8. F. n. .l\laxwcl1, Pr01J. i
:
sales tax is certain -
taxes every six to ten years. The men- say that a Street Next to P. O. Phine 343 6:
to"follow adoption of the "
ace of the tax gatherer hangs- over the I Fort Myers, Fla. BHflaaaBHBBEiBBflnBBBEBBBBBflB>
mendment.. All right if necessary;
disturb
him as a black pall to every

self dream and of his peace family.and security for him-: I w et's e? What's have a sales wrong tax with-why a sales shouldn'tax''? I IN. '..1NN.NHNNN. . ..' .......................:..........:N..1..1N11NHNN.. .. .. .. .. .. ..NNNNN11. ....N,1NH1..' .. .. .......................................................-.......................................NNNNN..NNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..NNNNN.. .. .. .. ...'.:..'. &)' 4I
out I :. 'i.
find ,
to
able
I have never been :
The records of the tax collectors' :::
offices throughout the state will "and I have tried pretty hard. I cannot ::.: :

show that the home owner has been see why, when such a tax has: -
with such great success in 21] l li
net '
a much more prompt payer of taxes I I
other states that it should be poisoror <
other class of ad valorem
than
any Florida. I have never advocates Back To School ,. : .:. .." .,>.
,
--
tax payers. The home is something ; :i:
of raising :i: .
tangible and visible easy for the I a sales tax simply as a means ; .
additional revenue, and I never
tax assessor to see, easy to value ;
and with the knowledge that if the rill. But as a replacement tax tc .::/ .;::!?r i, ; ; .

taxes are not paid on it someone elseis II ake the place of a tax that is ruining it- ::: .e.( ; -. .. : <. .-.:..-'- :. ,,::- 1' :P.:
our people I will advocate ; .
waiting to grab it up easier than : .:. .. ;
most other properties to collect taxes I will not take the space in this arti-
from. The big property owner has I cle to discuss a sales tax further, butt ::: .- Your children are going back to school next Monday for the future .. ::

been paying his taxes or not as he some future time_ I will be glad ,>: a future which the increasing demand of business will be for better educated men :.;:
felt inclined having money to fight to do so. '.. i-
tax sales in court, but the small home The homestead exemption amendment : and ;omen- -for trained minds. :::
is designed to lighten the loadf
owner, the man whom we depend
upon in times of stress to actuallysave the little fellow who has been :: :.:

the country, has been holdingthe carrying more than his share of the .:. '' Grammar school high school college-How many educational- advantages :'
burden of taxation. It is designed
bag. i have? Will they have to compete in later life witlrmen'andwomen :i:
There are business as well as sen- to "provide for every man a home ir.the ::.:: will_, your children ;_ '. .t.
.
timental reasons for voting for this real sense of the word- placef : .:. who have had the advantage of a. better, education and training? .:.
amendment. Once it becomes known refuge for him and his family : ::
where he may retire with peace am" :: :<
throughout the United States that ,'. N.' -Ti ;
homes are exempt from taxation in security and where \ ven the sheriff' :i:: >:.-." : ../''Start' a Bank "Account to assure them a completed education.. -> -#',;' :::
Florida, you will see the greatest though armed with civil process, ancle ': '

epidemic of home building that the tax collector though armed willis ; '::::lMif, ; : ; ; : ,
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advertisement of sale cannot ent- ; : v :
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country has known. Thousandsupon .
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thousands will come to make er. It should be the policy of x' ti '

'heir homes in our state and those state;: to foster families, and homess 2 : )
who now argue that 'the exemptionfr the most important factors of so :,;, y ;

taxation of certain industries ciety. and this promote the genera' I ';
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will bring people in will soon be-I elfare. To save our homes from disintegration .: .: 2l:. of

come the most thorough convertsto and secure their permanency ::: J ", .:::.
seek by this amendment to .. -:- :
home-exemption. It is unlikely I we : :
that Florida will ever become a great protect them from all taxation, so far :!: 0 .. :!:

manufacturing or industrial state. I as it can be lawfully done.

in Certain the main industries our distance will flourish frcra: but the hich Homes are are the necessary units! of for society families and :::....:..:...:...:.:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:...:..:..:...:..-:..:...:..:...:..:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:.:.:::.

coal, fields, and from the ,great .consuming dispensable[ factors ,of civilization
centers of population will the basis of our country. Upon the

prevent us from becoming very serious ;rmar ency of homes in any community : :i'i':

competitors of the states more depends the success of : o- S A L E > fi

favorably located. We have essentially lurches schools libraries and good :i: ::: :i:
an agricultural, hoiticultuial and stitutions of every kind. The !sentient -

tourist state-one in which the home of patriotism or'free citizenship and independence the feeling =yit: : Attractive Clewiston Home: Small Cash Payment =_ii: ::
plays a more important place) than the spirit
in an industrial state. of interest in public affairs, are ). y

The argument is made that the ex sltivatcd and fostered more readily I
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