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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 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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12, 1934 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR
OCTOBER
1 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,
I :' VOLUME 8, NUMBER 39


I ALSTON'S AWARDS 30 NEW HYDRAULIC NEW BUS START SERVICE ON DECEMBER TO 1 I SHERIFF DELANEYIS

EXECUTIVE BOARD TO MRS. A. II.; ROBERTSMrs.

Ed. Kettner, manager of the
A. H. Roberts was the lucky DREDGE STARTS has received notice INJUREDVHEN ;
p Glades Motors,
OF P.-T. A. MAKES winner of $50 cash in the drawing from Tallahassee that the state railroad
I store Saturday
at night.Alston's Dennie Drug Bledsoe held the sec- WORK TUESDAYThe commission has granted a CAR OVERTURNSSheriff
, YEARMrs. chise to the Glades Motor
FOR rran-\\
PLANS ond ticket drawn and received the transport freight and

second prize of $10. The third prize,
tween West Palm Beach and
H. L. Delaney, Mrs. De-
$6 in cash went to Mrs. Trenary. "General", powerful 24 inch
W. C. Prewitt, president of Cash awards are given each Sat- suction dredge leased by the U. S. Myers by way of Clew ston. I laney and their daughter, Mrs. Harry
.. service will be established -
' the Clewiston P.-T. A., members of urday night at Alston's, and on the Engineers for levee construction, arrived The new II Turner, of Clewiston, were injured

the executive board and others met first Saturday in each month the at her assigned location Tuesday December first with one trip I in an, automobile wreck near Palmetto -

at the Inn Friday afternoon to for- first prize of $50, second $10 and evening and began work at 9:30 each way daily. :Two new parlor car Sunday morning when ,their

mulate plans, for the Association to third $6. Large crowds are attracted placing dirt In' the, levee route pre- busses will be placed in commissionon I Chrysler sedan ,overturned in a road-
at. its the new line. The present ser- ditch. Sheriff Delaney driving -
the side was
be presented to group to the drawings and announce- pared in advance by governmentforces.
first meeting of the present year ments of the ticket numbers and vice between Palm Beach and Clew- north on the highway and justas
discussed was iston of two trips each way daily the' approached a curve an
items
Among the the lucky winners, are made over The difficult task of negotiatingthe car
the supplying of milk, bread and ;jelly the store's public speaking system large dredge through the St. Kettner.will be continued, according to Mr. approaching train was seen on the

to undernourished and needy Lucie canal was completed Sunday track which crossed the highway at

children, a reception for the school The tug boats brought her that point. Sheriff applied the
Palm Beach' to Hold night.
faculty next Friday evening. safely through although the latter Alston's Opening New brakes, but realized that the car

Present at the meeting were Mrs. of the canal trip was made with could not be brought to a standstillin
part
Oct. 31
Prewitt, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Everglades Day the ladder dragging the bottom of Store in Moore HavenDave time to avoid hitting the train,

Paffbrd, Miss Vilma Rhodes and the canal in front of the dredge. A so deliberately turned the wheel

?Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, officers, and Everglades Day October 31st will steel barge was lashed to the frontof and headed the car into the ditch.

Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. Mrs. H. A. be observed by the West Palm Beach the dredge during most of ithe. Alston,. of Alston's, Inc., an- The car overturned three times,

Bester, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. chamber of commerce to officially canal trip and supported the heavy nounces that a, new drug store, is to breaking every glass In the sedan

J. A. McGeehee, Miss Mae Drew, usher In the tourist season of 1934- cutting ladder on the surface of the be opened by the incorporation in except the windshield, All three occupants -
,
Mrs. W. C. Owen and Prof. G. V. Moore Haven within a few days and received a severe shakingup
35. Citizens of the Everglades will water. As the boats neared the lake,
Parker T. Wilson, pharmacist from and bruises, but no other injuries
: Stanley. be guests of West Palm Beach at a however, the current was so strong
the local store will become managerof except a rather severe blow. which
hfrl Patrons and friends of the schoolt program ,including sports events, en- that the tug was unable to pull both
the Moore Haven store. A store-
the Sheriff received on the chest,
are invited to attend the receptionfor tertainment in Flagler park, toursof barge and the dredge, and the barge ,
room in the Glades Theatre building from contact with the
teachers to be held in connectionwith the city, Halloween street dancIng was removed, the weight of the lad- presumably .
the P.-T. A. meeting at the and the serving of refreshments.The der pulling beneath the surface till is being remodeled and redecoratedfor ,steering wheel as the car overturned. -
the new establishment. Alston'sowns Residents of a nearby home
school building at 8:15 Friday, October chamber of'commerce will invite it touched bottom.
and operates stores in Paho- heard the crash and came to the
19th, and are also Invited to citizens of Clewiston, Canal Point, The General was assigned to a .
kee, Belle Glade and Clewiston, the to extricate the three
scene helping
Join the organization. A yearly fee 'Pahokee and Belle Glade to serve, on | portion of the levee just south of
A store being the fourth in the themselves
new who found unable to
of 25c is charged to members and all the Everglades Day committee. I Bacom Point, and continues working I
Everglades. the doors of the car, which was
who, can are urged to pay by October south in Division 2. Captain Hermanis open
in the ditch.
31st to aid in placing the local in charge. wedged
Boy Scouts, Visit Kiwanis Club Plans Sheriff Delaney and his wife and
group on the state honor roll. The new dredge makes a total of
daughter, left in the early morning
Committee chairmen for the P.T.A. three powerful suction dredges now
Experimental LeveeThe Home Talent PlayThe hours'for a vacation trip which they
include: finance-Mrs. W. C. being operated by the U, S. Engi-
were taking by motor and plannedto
Owen, Program; Miss Mae Drew; neers themselves on the lake pro-
spend several days at Chicago,
Publication, Mrs. Charles Hendry; Scouts had a good meeting ject. The others are the' Welatka Kiwanis Club is .planning to
: visiting the Century of Progress exposition -
Publicity, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, last Friday night. They went to the and the Gulfport. The Mayacca' alsoa sponsor a home-talent play, "The .

,j Hospitality, Mrs. Bestor; Welfare, experimental levee section and went government dredge, is of the dip- Red-Hea'de.d: Step-Child", to be givenon They were sufficiently recoveredto

'. Mrs. J. A. McGeehee; Membership, swimming. They had some refresh- per type. a date which will be announced return to LaBelle Sunday night

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson; Beautification, ments afterwards.The Bids will be received in Jackson- later.E. to her
Turner
and Mrs. came on
Mrs. F. D. Duff; and Music, Mrs. boys who attended the meet- ville at the U.S. Engineer officeon B. Butler .is in charge of they, home In Clewiston. They are being

M. R. Lawler. ing were James Winn, Harry October 24th for the constructionof production and is now assigning) congratulated on their escape from,

The executive board has also nam- Vaughn, Pat McGeehee, Leroy Hare, 14.5 miles of levee between Ba- : parts to the various amateur actors' the accident with no more dangerous
: !
ed the following room mothers: for Francis Wright, Joel Wynn, Jack com Point and Port Mayacca. I and actresses. Mr. Butler finds no injuries. The car was equipped with

Miss Drew's room, Mrs. H. S. Winn, Bob Patterson, Bi ,ly Owen, i trouble in locating enough talent fora safety glass in' all 'doors and win-

French; for Mrs. Prewitt's room, Harold Adams, James Land, Alexander finished production 'land the stag- which 'doubtless
dows, a precaution
Mrs.; Harry Vaughn; for Mrs. Thom Trainer, Kenneth' Trainor, NEGRO MAN KILLED ing of the' "Red-Headed Step-Child"- prevented :a. more serious outcomeof

as' room, Mrs. A. V. Southard; for Dick Patterson, Vincent Oglesby and will be looked for with much in- the accident. "'

Miss Congdon's room, Mrs. ,W. C. James Akin. terest.

Cowart; for Junior high, Mrs. F. There will be a swimming meetin BY HARLEM WOMANLouisiana _

M. Wright; for Senior high, Mrs. A. Punta Gorda Sunday which we, SiasWaldronThe Band B is Re-opening

O. Ward. hope to win.Reporter.Everglades .
i : Broadnack, colored wo-
Moore Haven StoreC.
is in jail in LaBelle awaitingthe I
man,
Funeral marriage of Miss Louise Wal-
(, Another
Have
Negroes spring term of circuit court,
:
dron and Arthur W. Sias was per-
*' MondayMary .Home Opens Here charged with the murder ,of Joe formed Sunday afternoon by Rev. N. S. Presley, of the local B and B
Cutting Scrape ""Pop-Eye", Williams, colored, in
.. ( ) H. "Schaaf at the parsonage of the Grocery, will shortly become man-
what has the appearance of the most B B store which is
of the and
The Everglades Funeral Home of Community Church in the' presenceof ager
Williams, colored, was tried Clewiston was opened this week ina cold-blooded stabbing; ever occuringin afew- intimate friends of the being opened in Moore Haven in the

in Justice of the Peace court Monday this section. Frierson building, the same location
couple.
of the
Hay
down-stairs portion
I
deathas
assault and battery on the Williams was stabbed to B and B occupied before
I. with Building, with 'Sam Berry, formerlyof Mrs. Sias is the daughter of Mr. which the .
the Broadnack wom-
persons of Elizabeth and Nathaniel Pahokee in 'charge. Mr. Berry is he stood by and Mrs. Thomas Waldron and has the store was discontinued-a few

Travish, husband and wife, whom an at a "jook" in Harlem, Saturday childhood. ..
since years ago.
a brother of J. C. Berry, founder of preceedlug lived ,in Clewiston
quarrel -
attacked with a knife. night. There was no
she allegedly from the\ Clewiston
graduated
Funeral Home of Pahokee.and She
the'Everglades occurred
I in
found guilty and sentenced the stabbing, which b 4
She was with High School in the Class of 34. Mr.
has been associated
to 60 days in county jail by Justice him in the business.A a crowded room with dozens of. on. Sias is the son of Edgar Sias, sr., of I Arthur: J. Shea

r Small. complete ,funeral home is being lookers.At the'. preliminary hearing before j Homestead, and; came to Clewiston I T

, located here the first shipment of Justice of the Peace G. H. Small,I five :years ago from Punta Gorda. for Her I Arthur J. Shea, president of the '
has been assistant postmaster I II "
arrived yesterday.
be caskets having the accused woman plead guilty to Canal Construction company, died
to
Road Oiling j i iI
: of three
There will be a complete display years.
t first degree murder and was bound I suddenly Wednesday at his home in
witnessed by
caskets, a well-equipped morgue to the 'grand jury Her storyis j The ceremony was Tennessee. It became '
over Memphis,
I Completed by Sunday service avail- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawrence. Miss
and modern ambulance |
outsidethe left
that there was a quarrel I known here today. Mr. Shea
iBonceil i Stone and Foy Durrance. ;'
I'
all times.
able at
building, that she had loaned the Clewiston a short time ago when his
II [ Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. Sias left after
i'r'; ,: (Moore Haven Democrat) The Everglades Williams a dime, which he had lost, j\1 Orlando and company was released from a contract -
,
Sebring,
has been established at Pahokee for [ceremony for .
I I
in some kind of game of chance, and for levee construction. The
k of road oil received sunday -
I "Another car was will return
served the They
and has Fort Myers.
several
Ij.' Faulk and years had refused to lend him a quarter. I in of I family made many: friends during
( | Wednesday by section. The Clewiston and make their home one
Everglades That part of her -story::; seems to be their residence here who will be
contractors on the surfacing the duple:;I :
I, Coleman, added convenienceand I the apartments ill new
home will be an
others who heard the, to learn of Mr.
verified by shocked and grieved
r, of 'road No. 67 through Moore will the rendering of just completed by T.: B. Shelley and
permit
started discussion. She alleged in the pre- : Shea's tragic death.
Haven and work was yesterday
service to the west- Mr. Sias.
more efficient I l
hearing that Williams had i
liminary ,
i' noon on the final gap between and are
the Lake region. Both the bride, groom
r Smoak's Corner and the ern portion of slapped her, and other witnessesknew. I well-known and, are popular with a Welatka Moves Back

courthouse in Moore Haven. With .: nothing of any blows passing "wide circle of friends and acquaint- ,

I I tt:, no rain to hamper the work, the entire Kiwanians Hear Talk 'between them before the stabbing. .ances. I To Three Mile Canal
I Williams was a familiar figure s
stretch is expected to be oiled I 1 -
About Nicaragua around Harlem. He came to Cl wis- II '
by Saturday night.
Turns !
; While this section is being oiled -- ton from Oklahoma, and had been Gasoline Truck (Moore Haven Democrat)

traffic will be allowed to use the Lieutenant W. H. Mills, U. S. employed' at the sugar mill for several Near Bare Beach I Ij The dredge Welatka which was

r new road from Smoak's Corner to Army Corps of Engineers addressed seasons.A o I r Over moved last week to Nicodemus

t, Road No. 25, eliminating the bad the Kiwanians at their meeting at Slough to throw in a mat of materialfor

I part of the detour. A short detour the Watanabe Hotel Wednesday ev DIFFERENT TRANSACTION j A Gulf Refining company truck 'the draglines to use in buil'diugtow

'I will be necessary from the bridge ening. Lt. Mills' topic was "Nicara- i I overturned in a roadside ditch near levees finished that work, the l

out Park Avenue and across by the gua", a South American country in A Kansas judge, falling'of reelection Bare Beach last Friday morning latter part of the week and moved

I. F. H. Mills place to the old Clew- which the Lieutenant saw service became cashier of the local about 11:30, the driver' Tom Jacobs' back to this end of the levee to built.A work.

iston road and thence back into the duiing the period of U. S. supervision bank. Ile' refused payment of a check: escaping, injury. The truck 'was of while the tow lovacs aro being

t new road at Smoak's Corner. R. E. because the individual holding it the tank variety and was loaded portion of the levee which intersects -

f' Berg, engineer! for the state road de- could produce only business cards with gasoline for distribution to retail Three-Mile canal' was purposely -

partment states that while oiling is MRS. DUFF. GIVES TEA and letters as identification. The stations when the accident oc left until later so that the city

d t being done through Moore Haven FOR MRS SELEE'S GUEST man became exasperated. "Judge, | curred. could make arrangements for securing -

that traffic will be handled so as you have hung men on less evidence Fortunately the truck vas not water from some other source

to cause as little inconvenience as Mrs. F. D. Duff was hostess at tea than this," he exclaimed.' "Well," damaged sufficiently for the gaso- other than the canal while the

possible. Monday afternoon honoring Mrs. said the judge, "when I'm paying line to explode' or 'become ignited or dredge is working there and has the

., When the oiling Is completed it I John A. ,Selee, of Orange, N. J., who out money, I have to be careful." the results would have been more!water too muddy ,to filter. This was

will be allowed to set a few days spent several days in Clewiston visIting You will have till tomorrow, October disastrous. done, this week, the city pumpingwater

before the topping -of asphalt and Lieutenant and Mrs.Richard- I 13th, to pay poll tax and qualify from two deep wells to supply

I slag Is begun. Work will probablyI son Selee. for voting in the., November elec- Winter Haven wasa the local demand while the

I r on this within a week. While Invited to meet the visitor were tion Victor Blate of Clewlstou the dredge is working.C. .
i in ,
visitor I
I : this work is being done traffic will Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. L. business one ,

not be allowed to use the road during Stewart, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. BANK CLOSED TODAY first of the week.Elate Mr. Brothers Blate, as was I I E. .Mills and Rr W. Clark, of

f ( the day but it will be opened I. Hill, Mrs. '0. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. of the firm of !' the BIscayne Chemical Laboratories,
Clewlstou a few years
) J' at night. The entire surfacing is expected C. Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. The First Bank of Clewiston Is in'business in similar 1 I wero visitors in Clewiston. Tuesday

,.\', F\: ;: to be completed within a very W, C. Prewitt and Mrs, H. 'J. J3. closed today, observing October I ago, l leaving here In to Winter open a Haven: I I I.and'Wednesday- ,

I : few weeks.. Scharnberg. :- ': 12th, ,Columbus Day, as a holiday. establishment. '" .. .. :.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1934



News Review of Current lated.Its findings If necessary to proper, the board governmental may refer -I U. S. WILL REBUILD CALL ON BRAINS

agencies for appropriate action. I

The national labor relations board la SLUM IN CHICAGOWest FOR SUPPORT

Events the World OverGeneral made the court of appeal from any de-
cision of the textile board The board's

findings are not subject to review by Side
Housing ProjectIs Established Order Bolsteredby
the executive branch of the government '

Inaugurated. Intellectuals. r 4-

Johnson Resigns and Richberg Rules the NRA- To start with, the board.had the job .

of Investigating numerous charges that Chicago.-The way was opened for

Textile Industry Board Named-The' America's some mill owners were discriminating Chicago to :receive the employment and
No
conscientious student of let
against strikers. This alleged action social benefits ot the largest single
Cup Is Successfully Defended. so angered the union members that public works administration low-cost ters has been Inclined to take too
seriously the alarm that has been
n.any demands for a renewal of the housing and slum-clearance project yet
fell over the future of literature inRussia's
strike were sent In to the office of undertaken by PWA with the startof

By EDWARD W. PICKARD Francis J. Gorman, who directed the condemnation action In the Chicago proletarian state. After all,
It was only a natural part of the rev-
() by Wostern Newspaper tJnionGEN great walkout. federal court. olution that the Intellectuals
Meanwhile the leaders of the United ,Acquisition of 37' blocks In the rear should

HUGH S. JOHNSON steps tlon of them in his press conferences.Still Textile Workers went ahead with their southwest section of Chicago was have been 'regimented" for propaganda .l' \ 0 .

I of the picture and the NRAIs another hard rap at the New plans to unionize the entire industry. sought by the government in one of purposes. '
History shows that It Is the part
turned over tc Donald R. Rlchberg Deal came In the form of a statementby the largest urban real estate trans-
and other "left wing" members of' the the federal advisory council, com- QUEEN MARY OF ENGLAND, ac actions ever undertaken In the Unit- of the Intellectuals during stability
to the established order
support and
New Deal management posed of leading bankers. It was contained by King George and ed States, It was announced by Public -
''' c President Roose- In a set of recommendations for the prince of Wales,went to Clydebank, Works .Administrator Harold L. Mien that order becomes Insupportable -

velt announced the the federal reserve system and severely Scotland, and there launched the larg Ickes. to express, in varying ways, the

greater part of the reorganization criticizes the administration's'- est steamship in the world, the 73,000- Utilization of this land for good Inexpensive intellectual ferment that precedes all
for and economic ton Cunard-White Star liner that was fundamental shifts In political power -
plan tary policies, demanding metropolitan housing to replace -
the national recovery a return to what the council considers started four years ago. Breaking 8.. dwellings causing a lord stand- Thus the writers in Russia longago

body, naming first the sound principles. bottle of Australian champagne on Its ard of health and living In this area became revolutionary propagandists -

policy making board, The federal advisory council Is a bow, the queen christened the huge will depend upon the co-operation giv- And when= the revolution came

with Richberg as Its statutory body created by the federal vessel "Queen Mary." en the government slum-clearance andlowcost they extolled the new regime more
blatantly, but not
less'effectively
chairman and Secre- reserve act to advise the federal reserve housing program by the com- ,
tary Ickes, Secretary board concerning technical bank- EIGHT per cent boost in wages munity, Administrator Ickes explained. than the writers In a capitalisticstate

Perkins, Harry L. Hop Ing matters and general business con- to more than $10.000- Full co-operation permitting PWA, to bend their 'art toward support
_v.. A'" .....'.. 000 a year, has been granted their em of the homely virtues whence cap-
klns and Chester DaDonald ditions. It is composed of one prominent overcome obstacles and acquire the
vIs as members. A firth banker from each of the twelve ployees by the four big packing con- necessary land at fail prices will result italism draws Its strength.

RIchberg member was yet to be federal reserve districts, plus a secre- cerns of Chicago, Swift Armour, Wilson I' In carrying out the project with Writers know this. Somerset

selected, he to be the chairman of the tary. and Cudahy, and their example is resultant benefits to the community. It Maugham," In the preface to "East
followed by packing companies In oth and West, takes pains to inform his
new administrative board. Five other Is expected that Cnicago as a whole
readers that the editor of the
members of this latter body are S. SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR er cities. will stand back of this project. maga-

Clay Williams, head of the Reynolds head of the'federal pub- The wage increases were granted as Inaugurating the project, the De- zine where his stories mostly apppeared

Tobacco company; Arthur D. White- lic works administration, announced an a result of negotiations between the partment of Justice filed suit for the never told him what to writeor

side, president of Dun & Bradstreet; ambitious family housing project for companies and their plant labor. con- condemnation of the site' In the Unit- what not to write. If It were

Sidney Hillman; president of the Chicago which, at a cost of,$12,500,000, ference boards. Whether the increaseswere ed States District court for Chicago. not at least suspected that writersare

Amalgamated Clothing Workers; Leon will abolish a "slum area" of 37 city I the full demands' of the workersor The area named In the suit is bounded "regimented" under whatever

C. Marshall, labor specialist ; and Prof., blocks on the southwest side and replace were compromises' was not stated. by Racine and Ashland streets on political system, such declarationsof

Walton H. Hamilton of Yale. Two ex demolished buildings with small The plant boards are established at the east and west, and Harrison street Independence would be superfluous. -

officio members are Blackwell Smith, apartment houses for 3,000 families. all points at which the companies operate and Roosevelt road on ''the north and ,But there are degrees of regi-

assistant general counsel of NRA, and Condemnation proceedings were start- and they are composed of em south. mentation, as of everything else.

of the NRA dl- ed in the Federal ployee representatives, half of whom During a revolution the subtle concealment -
Leon Henderson, chief court in Chicago, and Property owners within the site now
vision of research and planning under Mr. Ickes said if the property ,owners are chosen by the workers themselvesand will be given opportunity to negotiate of propaganda under a
layer of art disappears and the
Johnson. are reasonable In" their demands the half by the managements. options of sale through conference and
skilled writer becomes
The judicial branch of the NRA was project will go through speedily. The agreement with the government as unscrupu-
lous as hack
publicity agentThat
still under consideration. Mr. Roose- area to be rehabilitated is Inhabitednow EVIDENCE wad presented to a grand The Chicago project is part of the any
is what
happened in Russia
velt Indicated that Its duties might be almost entirely by persons of New York against Bruno national program for slumclearanceand ,
when, In the phrase of Max: Eastman
assigned to a special department of Italian descent and, far from being a Richard Hauptmann, the former Ger- low-cost housing being carried on
the artists were put in uniform.
the Department of Justice typical "slum," contains numerous man machine gunner and journeyman' by PWA. The housing division of
The revolution
Russian is now an
The recommendations of the new neat, well-kept homes and several r carpenter accused of PWA is working out a $150,000,000
accomplished fact. The need for ob-
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policy making board are subject to the large apartment houses. The plan of extortion in connectionwith program calling for construction of vious
propaganda lessens. The die-
will of the President, but under the the PWA for its rebuilding Is very the Lindbergh low-cost housing ,to replace: blightedareas
hards still believe that there is
may
terms of the executive order these rec- similar to housing projects In Moscow w r baby kidnaping. Colonel In many cities with modern,
an unlimited distinction between
true
ommendations must be submitted to and Vienna, with the government sup 4 and Mrs. Lindbergh healthful living quarters at moderate
proletarian writers and in-
bourgeois
the President by the director. Thus, : plying social and nursery facilities as ) flew from Los rents.It .
tellectuals. But Karl Radek of
one
Richberg will have the final voice be- well as dwellings. The work will be Angeles to give their is estimated that this Chicago
Communism's
most powerful thinkers
fore the President himself approves or done through the federal housing corporation testimony. The au- project will cost around $12,500,000 and realizes that'undiluted
,
disapproves the board's decisions which concern the govern- thorities considered will accommodate ,,3,000 families. The, propa-
ganda may eventually defeat Its own
The board was further empoweredto ment owns. they had an ironclad money will be taken from a fund of
t ends. At of
L a congress all-Soviet
"promulgate administrative policies, case against the suspect $25.000,000 budgeter for a PWA hous-
writers in Moscow, Radek: said that
to appoint, to employ, discharge fix MISS GRACE ABBOTT, for years who was arrested : ing program In Chicago, of which this the bars must be let down, and that

the compensation, define the duties, of the government's most Bruno after he had passed will be the first project, provided the the old theory' of "he who Is not

and direct the conduct' of the person- faithful and useful servants, has resigned Hauptmann a ten dollar note that community co-operates to secure the with us Is t against us" would no
nel far Its administration, was part of the ran- employment and social benefits of the
necessary her position as director of the longer rule in the arts. '
and to exercise all those here- som money handed over a garden wall proffered federal aid.
powers children's bureau, to the grief of her
And so it 'may soon be that the
John
Dr. Condon
by F. ("Jafsle") when
tofore conferred by executive orders This entire district! now occupied by
associates in Washington and the regret -
writers of Russia will lay aside their
the baby was supposed to be still
upon the administrator for industrial of every one who knows about 2,000 families, is described by the PWAas
alive. In Hauptmann's uniforms and the Russian artists In
recovery." her fine work there. Miss Abbott now garage was a "slum area," and under the Ickes'
found 513,750 of the ransom fund, his mufti will find new means for expres-
plan all the present buildings will be
becomes professor of public welfare
handwriting was found to be Identical sion. Out of the chaos fit revolution
administration in the University of razed. They will be replaced by two,
of General Johnson
RESIGNATION with that of 'the ransom notes, and may appear the needed security
I is Chicago and editor of the Social Serv- three, and four story walkup apart-
by the President
'there were many other facts plainly which is the basis of all art. At the
not effective until October 15. Until ice Review. indicating his guilt. He explained his ment buildings and also small single same time It may be well to specu-

then he will be busy compiling his final possession of the money by"saying it family dwellings, the whole Intendedto late on the theory that the reason

report and also, it is said writing the, A ME ICA'S' Cup remains In the was paid him by one Isidor Fische who accommodate 3,000 families. why literature has so lagged In the

story of his life. It was' learned that United States and T. O. M. Sop- later died in Germany, but this defense 300 years of America is1 because 'of

he has been offered the managementof with, latest British challenger, 'goes was said by. the police to have. Five Women Perishin its "regimentation" under such banners -

industrial and labor relations of home defeated and disgruntled. Har- been exploded. as Puritanism and Materialism

"a large group of mld" ester, manu- old S. Vanderbilt skippered. defending The grand jury in New York indicted Blazing Auto The growing determination of our

facturers." m yacht Rainbow to four consecutive Hauptmann on charges of extortion, and Ada. Ohio.-Five women died In the writers to work under different

This is not the time or place to estimate victories over Sopwith's Endeavour when he was arraigned he pleaded not blazing wreckage of their automobile standards and to talk openly of the

General Johnson's achievementsas after the latter-had won two races and guilty. The detectives worked like after a collision with a trailer-truck on place of propaganda in art is as sig-

administrator of the 1R.which seemed likely to carry the old trophy beavers, and found, among other in- the Harding highway two miles southof nificant as Radek's movement in the

was largely his own creation. He cer- back to England. In the third race criminating evidence, $840 more hid- here. opposite direction.-Washington Post.

tainly worked hard and accomplishedmuch Sop vith flew his protest flag, claiming den in the Hauptmann garage. This Mrs. Hamilton E. Hoge, wife of the

whether for good or evil. His Rainbow had technically fouled En- the prisoner 'admitted 'was part of the common pleas judge of Ilardin county ; Natural Thought

mistakes were admittedly glaring, and deavour, but the racing committee refused ransom money. The police said they Mrs. Walter T. Johnson, wife of the Sambo-If yo' had five dollahs In

not the least of them was his recent. to hear the protest because of a expected the early arrest of two al, president of the Runkle Candy Manu- 'o' pocket, what would yo' do?

assertion that during his administration minor infraction of the rules. Sopwithwas leged accomplices of Hauptmann, one facturing company ; Mrs.Dora Hiestand, Pompey-Ah'd think Ah had somebody -

he had been in close touch with not the only person displeased by of whom was In Germany and the oth widow of a Kenton physician; Mrs. else's clothes on.

Justice Brandeis of the Supreme court. this action of the committee. In fact, er on a liner bound for Europe. Celia McConell, widow ofa Kenton

As that tribunal will have to pass on general opinion was with him and the New Jersey authorities expect to In- contractor, and Mrs. Julia Ott'of' Ber- e

the constitutionality of NRA before races have left an unpleasant taste In dict and try Hauptmann as the actual keley, Calif., a house guest of Mrs. McConnell -

long, this statement created a sensa the. American mouth. However, it is kidnaper and murderer of the LInd- lost their lives.WASHINGTON.

tlon and was dismaying to the friendsof probable the victory went to the better bergh chUd.MORE .

Justice Brandeis: Of course the yacht, or the better' crew, or both. Why
Jurist could take no notice of it. The ,
than two thousand persons I BRIEFSThe
"low down" Is said to be that Johnsondid I
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S request In a typhoon that swept Liquid Laxativesare .rk
consult the Justice when he
was that the great textile strike be over the richest industrial section of
formulating the NRA and''receivedsome called off and that the workers be Japan In which are situated Osaka, public works administration al-

Informal advice which he dIsregarded taken back without discrimination, Kobe, and Kyoto. Thousands of others lotted an additional $5,000,000 to the Back in Favor
and that later Mr. Brandeis soil erosion service Interior fdepart-
r : after he had re were injured, and the property damagewas
told him he had better resign. of the
ment
permitting expansion program
ceived and approvedthe enormous, probably running above

report of., the spe- 100000000. The army's munitions to include several new projects. .

RGANIZED business and the Pres- cial mediation board program suffered a great1 setback, for Detailed plans for distribution: of the

ident are not at all satisfied with headed by Gov. John scores of factories that were turningout additional funds were not revealed.

each other. Business leaders are r.i G. Winant of New guns and munitions were de-

nervous, and Mr. Roosevelt feels that Hampshire brought to stroyed. Losses among the fishermenand Representation for the public and The public is fast returning to the use

they have too many "inhibitions" and N .4. an end the bitter farmers also were most serious. the government In the directorate of of liquid laxatives. People have

are not doing what they should to aid struggle that had cost the newly formed Association of Amer- learned that the right dose of a

recovery The Chamber of Commerceof 14 lives and million MAXIM LITVINOV told the League ican Railroads was advocatet by Jesse properly prepared liquid laxative will

the ;United States, seeking a clear of dollars. The union tions assembly that Russia Jones, chairman of the Reconstruction bring a more natural movement with

statement of the President's future Intentions leaders ordered the still hopes for the establishment of a Finance corporation.Farm out any discomfort at .the time, or

sent him a list of questionson strikers to return to permanent peace conference in which after.

expenditures, budget balancing: cur- Gov. Winant the mills, and all the the United States is a participant, for administration 'officials revealed The dose of a liquid laxative can be

rency stabilization and the govern way from Maine to Alabama the looms the consolidation of peace movements. that a major portion of the $50- varied to suit the needs of the in.

ment's part, in business, politely re- hummed again He asked ,the league council] to obtain 000,000 Reconstruction Finance corpo- dividual. The action can thus be

questing categorical replies. Mr. Roosevelt The next step was the appointmentby a report on whether the world disarm- ration grant for live stock feed pur- regulated. A child is easily given the

received the questionnaire with a the President of a board to adjust ament conference could be resumed chases will be spent on Imports from right dose. And mild liquid laxativesdo

smile and a joke, and there was no indication disputes between the workers and the with a possibility of success. other countries. not irritate the kidneys.

of his intention to answer it. employers in the industry. He named Doctors are generally agreed that

It was revealed In Washington that the three veteran arbiters who FAR senna is a natural laxative. It does
servedIn President Roosevelt has not appointed Dr.
the President also SO President Roosevelt 'not ,drain the system like the cathar-
received not longago like capacity as members; of the steel revealed his plans for relief for Henry E. Hoagland of, Ohio, to fill the
a set of resolutions tics that* leave you so thirsty. Dr.Caldwell's .
adopted at a I. labor relations board-Chief Justice the coming winter, but the executive Federal Home Loan
the
vacancy on is
secret meeting of 120 Syrup Pepsin a liquid I
leading industrialists Walter P. of :North
Stacy
Carolina, Ad- committee of the United States con- the retirement
and financiers bank board caused by laxative which relies on senna for its
These men as- miral Henry A. Wiley and James Mul- ference of mayors on unemployment relIef .
serted that the policies of of Walter H. Newton.A laxative action. It gently :helps the
the ;
New lenbach of
Chicago, has made its recommendations
person's constipated bowels 1
average ,
with
the -
Deal-along
uncertainties of The executive order stipulated that him. These are, In effect, that a per- for relief In until nature restores their regularity. f
of $4,549,756
future, are grant
the throttling
economic re- the board Is "authorized directed"
and manent federal relief fund should be
covery In the United States. The California during September was wade You can always get Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup
to hours
resolutions Investigate
wages and other established preparatory to the crea-
L. the relief ad Pepsin at any drug store,ready
were 'not intended for publication conditions in the to by Harry Hopkins
Industry determine tion of a nationwide system of un- for use.
and the..If President-made no men. whether code provisions are being viol employment Insurance. ministrator. e

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:: United States in Leadin

fi Soap ConsumptionFigures


: Just published show that
FLAME OF ;
: the world production of soap Is on

the Increase. Of the 4,700,000 tons

By : produced in 1032
,, Europe manufac-
I II
I tured 2,500,000 tons, the United

VINGIE E. ROE States 1,800,000 tons, Africa, and

,Asia 300,000 tons conjointly, and i

I :rw BORDER Copyright Doubleaay, Doran & Co., Ino, Australia and New Zealand 70,000 '

, i WJTU Service tons.The
cleanest, nation, statistically,
Is America which leads the world
,
with a consumption of 11.5 kilos of

soap pcr head a year Then follow
?: SYNOPSIS rushing weeks, lived very fast, very -'can't you tell ineV Won'i you tell me u doetoi and there tins been a great the Netherlands, 11.1; Denmark, 10 ;

t full known, the dark of sorrow, of pity what It Is that threatens you-us?" .sickness among my people the In Great Britain, 0 ; Australia, 8.7;

I Seeking death to escape dishonor at and the light of great Joy. the pleas "Impossible" he said quietly. "My/ dians. This man has stood with me France, S ; 'and at the other end of

y t the hands of a drunken desperado ure of good work well done. She had lips are sealed-for your sake more shoulder to shoulder In a' fine thing. the scale Poland, Jugoslavia, Rumania

i. bloomed In the glow of such love as than mine. What I know would bedang'erouS'1 ,Together we have saved many lives. and Bulgaria with an aver

I tacker fhe girl Is I a self-appointed she had never dreamed of, what time : knowledge for you. What :That's why he stayed." There ,was anot'e age.of only 2 kilos or less. 'A kilo

r physicla to the Navajo Indians living she could spare to It and felt as, I have/done-being with you coming of defiance In the trembling voice."Oh is approximately: two pounds three

on brother an Arizona Serge, his sheep wife.ranch Lila and with their her though she were richer, more vital., In back' to./'you"against against orders-, so' that ees why senorita' ; the and a quarter ounces. China which

,' small daughter Babs. She I la engagedto all the reaches of her nature. Now, has been a danger for you.. I knew it stranger said. changlVs fYom the Span- hardly washes .at all, cannot be

Rodney Blake wealthy New Yorker with the: cessation of the sickness, she but was too weak to go my way, never ish to broken English, '1'"why' be" disobeys taken Into consideration, but some

;,' but her heart Is with the friendless turned her, eyes toward the future and to see your face again. I could not. hees h'orders? For you, eli an' of' the' smaller soap-using nationsuse
Navajos and she evades wedding.
: Sonya polls little Moon, wife a of Two what It held. In this strange transition which has' for th'ees dirty Navvys?' Well, he goes efficient substitutes, and in Ger-

;;' ;- Fingers, a Navajo through the crisis "Now" she told Starr Stone, "we'll been taking, place In me. But strengthhas : now. an' don't you forget It An" re- many soap making is still largely a

of an fitness Two Fingers Is deeply begin to think of us." been growing in ,me of late like a .Micjnher Senorita Savarin that If he domestic occupation, one-man fac-

grateful.whose advances Sonya again she had meets repulsed the man on But Starr Stone shook his head.. great tree standing against the wind. comes to you ever again, that will tories being; widespread, thus making

Lone M<*sa. He tells her he bitterly "I," he said, "must think of, you. My Do you see, Son 'n, what you hrt'vp happen to yoU an' yours which will bea It difficult to'Obtain an exact estimate -

regrets his action; Sonya Is affected reprieve Is over-was over some days done for me?" he finished earnestly. price. A fair price for thees Insultto of the national output

a but Border unterglving., bandit "El She Capitan hears rumors Diablo of ago. I'll, be going back-to where I "I know; said ''Sonya, "I 1 knew from me. In that you keep my best lieutenant

and vaguely connects him with her belong.." the first, almost, that It would be so from bees work. Adios. senorita. Practice Patience

attacker. On Lone Mesa she again BuY Sonya smiled. It did not occurto That the good was [In you under-under [)o not forget. Lots of things he doesn't want ,

comes When upon the strange young man her that anything could be so dark whatever It was that hid It, That He raised his sombrero with a gallant come to the man who Is impatient
he reiterates his sorrow over hi? It would and whirled his horse
some day come out that the gesture
and that she and her
misconduct, she Indicates forglvenes strong strength
and urges him to abandon his life of could not conquer It."We'll evil would fall away, leaving you as away. And this time Starr Stone,
$\ \ lawlessness. From concealment. Sonya you were meant Jo be." following looked long in Sonya s v.'hlte
.}..J not talk of that Just 'now,"
witnesses the transference of object "You knew? How early When?" face with eyes In which all the tragedy Mercolized Wax
from an airship to her attacker. At a shesald, "let's ride to the top of Lone
"The second time I saw of life lay stark and awful. Thenhe
dance you-at
she demands: that he tell her his Mesa. We owe It something-the
name. He says he Is Starr Stone, that mesa." Two Fingers' hogan In Chee wash, I was gone, and only the soft soundof
his mother believes him dead, and that think 1 knew It then dimly, when 'your loping horses In sand came back to
he "1 owe It something," he said passionately -
by
goes a different name In this
her.
face flushed red on seeing me. The
region. He leaves the dance with a -"owe It my everlasting
tall, fierce Mexican, with whom he Is It good was struggling '''wIth the had that Until the dim shapes were lost In
apologies, undying reverence.
, 1" mysteriously associated Sonya realizes my minute." the night the girl sat:; still, listening,
was there I saw creation as It was
I she Is failing In love with a man '"You're right. It was. And has her mouth open her hands on her
I f, whom she can only class as a renegade meant to be-In your white face on the
[;' (t' and outlaw, and that she can never cliff" never ceased to struggle since" rein cold and nerveless.
:i; r marry Blake. An influenza epidemic "And you're not going to go back !" That which threatened had struckat
So south from their trail
they
swung
among' the Indians keeps Sonya busy cried Sonya passionately. "Not goingto ,last.
I She and Stone declare their love for that day and climbed the ancient pathIn jeeps skin Young
'each other, all doubt in the mind of the stark precipice. throw it all)) !away I will not let And presently she drooped forward
her face in Darkness' and Absorb blemishes and discolorations
I the girl being ended.CHAPTER. you I"The with mane using
There was the long stretch of the Mercolized Wax daily as directed. Invisible
man sighed, wet his dry lips. fell to' such weeping us" only a heart. particles of aged skin are freed and all ,
western edge where Darkness had fled Then he leaned toward her and took cleaved to the quick can know. defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles and \
full speed, a horse and rider at his large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully -
VIII her against his breast. When she rode Into the'patio at clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
,', 11 flank. Where the wild face of a home an hour later a man came swiftly years younger. Mercolized Wax brings out
"MY'darling.
said
drunken man had blazed at the wom- he gently, "please your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists
V Clouds from the lighted doorway, his hands
of Portent. kiss me once more. Powdered Saxolite-
> an on his hack with every evil passion i i
:': In the hard days, that followed With- a strangled cry Sonya threw reaching up for hers' his.,fac glow- I Reduces wrinkles and other age sjgns. Sim-
Ing with Joy. I ply dissolve one ounce Sazolite ia half-pint I
Sonya knew a fire of her arms around him.
,
ecstacy among I Bitch hazel and use daily as face lotion |
the dark 'shadows of disaster. Wherever '"Why? Why?" she pleaded. "Why "Sonya Dear heart I" he cried,

,suffering and, death entered the will you not stay here and go forward ,and ,
\lowly hogans, there the steady hands with 'me, Into life? Don't you love "Rod !" said' Sonya before she crum- Open Invitation

I ')f Starr Stone were a bulwark and me?" pled and slid limp into his reachingarms. Lazy One-Time is, money: .

i t a help. They rode together In the "Love .yo ? My G-d ; It's because 'I."She's' I. Busy One-Yes, and I wish you'dgo
' ( fainted !I" he cried. "Llla somewhere else to spend
!dawns, meeting on this and that high 1 l love you, adore you, worship you, yours.
"
1'/It. level and at the twilights, when they that I'm taking myself) out of your Serge-quick .

!f- separated, she to go back to the ranch. life before It Is too late. I don't wantto He carried her tr the door and In, ,
laying her down *n the living room
r he to that mysterious limbo from see you-
couch, and Lila vrtat bis side In a
which he had emerged. Where he "See me what? i iit.

spent bis. hours away from her Sonyadid "Nothing. Let's go. Let's go now" flash. '
"Get 'some water she said.
,
not know and was afraid to ask He turned Un d'Oro sharply and me

'r again. She only knew that his long headed 'for the down traIl Darkness But Sonya, strong creature that she
P' was, did not' need It. Her senses,
(, hands'were gentle as a woman's with following close. Sonya sat rigidly in
from grief and fear and the
a hungry child, holding a cup to her saddle, her throat swelled painfully reeling
sudden sight of Rodney Blake who
R parched lips, bathing hot dark faces with the dark realization ,that
the last man she wanted to in
with a little rag, and once he brushed her dream of love was done for that was see

and braided the black hair of a dead this man. whom she hag come to loveso her present trouble, righted them-
She moved opened her
selves swiftly.
mahala before they burled her. helplessly was riding out of her
eyes, sat up a bit unsteadily.
life. She could not speak.
And that
day Sonya wept
againsthis "Why, what a silly thing !I" she said
shoulder for sheer misery at the 'At the mesa's 'foot they set out
: tremulously. "And Rod-how In the
tragic fate which had made of this across the levels which were once world"

man an outcast and a pariah.So more darkening into a starlit night In a .
r "Steady, dear, said Rod. "I Just
dreary silence. And before they had
the hectic days passed with little
dropped In-by plane and carfrom'New
count of them and these said another word, before they could
two working ''York-Williams! -;got a man to ASK YOUR DOCTOR
say that last farewell which comfortsthe
,together at their humble
tasks. Once bring me over. Us rather. Have a
, < the girl told him. "You're no lost soul heart bereaved fate was upon friend' with me. But don't talk now. FIRST MOTHER
them. ,..
I't
I. ,
as you'd.have me think. You're of ,that Lie down again." \

brotherhood of which Christ spoke Out ot the shadows of a clump of "Piffle !" said ,Sonya. "I'm all right.A Before You Give Your Child tan

when he said, 'If ye do It unto the juniper four men suddenly rode across I
bit tired guess"
Climbed Path In the Unknown to Take
the Ancient Remedy
I their Four men on good horses
way. ,
least of these, my brethren ye do Itt "She's been riding day and night for
unto me. Servers of the world." And Stark Precipice.of clad In dark garments their wide hats
a month." saId. Lila l looking at Blake. Every day, unthinkingly, mothers
be had made no answer. the soul. There was thespot where pulled low over their dark faces, guns "Epidemic you ,know." take the advice of unqualified persons J

They kissed each other now at partIng the man had pulled the slim girl from frankly showing at their thighs. And "Dam1 Indians agaIn" the man instead of their doctors on ;
.. at their ,head rode that remedies for their child.If I
huge ,
softly as If the thins they held her saddle, where she had fought likea figureof thought. "They'll) kill)] her yet." .

between them was so precious that ,n fury in" his arms, where at the last a man which 'had loomed on the But Sonya was on her feet, stripping they knew what the scientists 1

careless touch might destroy It utterly.. ,she, had pulled free and flung herself, dance floor that enchanted, night and the kerchief: from her neck rollIng .,,' chance.know, they would neve, take this
called Starr Stone as a master calls I
To the man there was tragedy and in one wild leap, over the mesa' back her shirt sleeves.

; stark sorrow In every touch of Sonya's brink. As they reined 'up 'at the great his dog. "I'm 0. [(.." she said. "I'll Just go Doctors Say PHILLIPS' I
lips, her hands, the He sat now and looked at him with For'Your Child t
tender brushing of rock's edge they both sat silen/, each and clean up.a bit.

I. her cheeks against his. He was blessed with unspoken thoughts plain to be black darkness.eyes burning in the gathering And she walked steadily, to her own When it comes to the frequentlyused"milk

I beyond all dreams, humbled beyondall read. room. of magnesia," doctors, for over

I / imagining "Sonya" said the man at last 'In a "Hombre, he said again as be had Inside Its shielding, door she claspedher 50 years, have said "PHILLIPS'
'I t And be know said before, "three times In as many stood Milk of Magnesia-the safe remedyfor
long
how fleeting this paradise strangled voice, "I WUve no words- hands together, a moment
'o. must be, how soon life and Its there Is nothing I can ever say-nothing days have I sent for you and you did staring into the darkness. The your child."
not come. This Is the reason." Remember this And Always Say"Phillips'
mandates must take him which she had visioned,
away from I can ever do-to wipe that mem- ''fight of life Your
He nodded toward When You Buy.
her forever. It Sonya. had spoken to Starr
was this knowledge of which she
ory away. child deserves it for own
cried' ; peace
"Yes the girl like a shot your
which made the enchanted days so But Snnya turned and laid her hand her Stone, was on, and she had lost the of mind, see that you get it- Genuine
though voice shook. "Yps! Land
I' short so unreal. on his and there was a soft smile In first battle-to that black force across Phillips' Milk of Magnesia.
a better' one. I first. and the '
And by the end of that week the her eyes. car- the Border.TO Also in Tablet Form
Ing for those who 'died
second. I CONTINUED.
am BE
"
'I lessened.
strain Everywhere her people "There Is no need, she said.
Phillips'Milk of Magnesia Tablets
t were getting up from their hogan "No need,! The greatest need I'll I te& 32Si5tfaiffll f are now on sale at all drug stores
IDolmen = .
floors, thin brown shapes with big ever know'I And It can't be filled I l llu&mu i UiiAvmj i uruuvi i utiArau j liKHElJ j upftraii 11 Ij>l2\mJll vnmuu ""*"'V' "" ''''''' I..1I everywhere.equivalent of Each a teaspoonful tiny- tablet s the

eyes In their dark faces, and no more I'll have to leave you soon, forever Joint Expedition Makes Rich Finds at. Phillips' of Milk Genuine ofMagnesia. ,.....-.;;;'. ,
were lying down. The epidemic was with that on my conscience, on my .
; dying out. Those that were Jeft began heart !I""Leave Moscow, Revealing Ancient Burial ClewsAncient
PHILLIPS'IIiM
,r to be bUSY making new hogans me? No,' you ,will not. Not ,

before the summer should be gone, for ever Starr Stone You are my man- burial objects have been ex burials, which consist of

they would not live In any house where from the beginning." cavated by a Joint 'expedition of the tombs constructed out of stone about /tICUjJteJia..

.1 leath had been. They feared the "The soul In my body-If 1 have University of Pennsylvania museum the Fifteenth. century B C.

1'7 tchlndls, or ghosts of the dead, and one-will stay with you while life and the' state* museum for the ,history: A number of human skulls were

, malevolent spirits. But they looked lasts. I hope you know that. But the of material culture at Moscow says found In the burial mounds. According \

at Sonya and Starr Stone with lone/ body Itself-Is another matter. I think the United Press. to museum authorities the skulls .
:'""
f ; looks unfathomable looks and sometimes we'll be saying good-by up here. Here Most of the articles came from', are of particular Importance In anthropological oc' 11o' -

'1- a woman touched the girl's hand where we met In-In disaster-and I Esske-Kermen I and Mangup. near Se- study, as many of them + .. ) t,3eT &()

!k tentatively! or a man said some clipped want you to know. Son 'a. that If thereIs hastopol In southern Russia are artificially deformed and reflect a A\10 ,,, \at:book BOp1Go

f f guttural word which the latter could such a thing as redemption of a During the field work at Esske- custom followed by many noblemen: \"II\\ ;. eYtte'

not understand and Sonya Interpreted man's Inner self. I have been redeemed Kermen, which Is believed to be the among the ancient Gotha \'. "" oo\etJ: \' \. t.oo.tt-'t1'.,."."

"Hosteen Little Man says we are the by knowing you. All my Instincts, all site of the ancient fortified city of the The practice of head deformities, Slot v-'o\e Sae6s Ow. ?'".,...,.. w"

Healing Winds." Or, "Our medicine I is my desires all my outlook on life Goths the Russians worked on the authorities said was done by the'Goths tis"c. o"o. .,../...up+ Q yet.i

better medicine than Yellow B lck's." Itself, have changed When I'm with upper plateau and the Americans so they mighi nave sloping foreheads 9ti2".,.. "" ,"."....... ,..;.o c ..-

h. And Yellow Buck had been very busy you my speech even. Is changed-back studied the lower burial grounds. and. thus be, easily distln r ". ,c.-\, e ur' 'rJO".v.

.p., ,t.) 'r- in all the hogans where Sonya war to what It once was. The Border and Many of the graves, according to the gulshed from the common people.At 1 .\0"e flU. y:\ tfo' \ /

1" '"' not, performing ceremonies singing all It has meant to me In my wIldness, director of the university museum, the site of the fortlfleo town ot \\e\e1\0.,.,.. / /\.\ere ...,

., chants and making! medicine of his my devil-may-care, has lost Its charm had been sacked when Khazars at- Mangup, workers unearthed many (\o\ J. ..---:/...../.. \\ of" ;glDfpvtii
.
1)1S' .. .. 'tO
bracelets .
I'd leave -a-ever'thing-for)) a tacked Esske-Kermen< In the Ninth pieces of pottery, bronze ... ... L t.. o\\
\ 1THE \
own.And Life bronze belt decorations, silver ring, 'pu 1\a c5'F
now made ready to take its different life If I could. century.

reckoning. She had lived In these "Oh. Starr" she said tremulously, The oldest objects found were In the earrings and other trinkets.







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Mrs. Sparks were called up- be done about the heat. Mrs. M. R. Lawleris ,'
The Clewiston News ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'::'0- Mr.on to and give them moral support. I'll bring the column to a close, class for

: Old-timers in Clewiston will remember which will reduce my''' temperature organizing a music

in Clewiston, RAMBLINGS Pansy Faye as Mrs. Jimmle somewhat. children between the ages of 4 and

Published every CLEWISTON Friday NEWS, Shoesmith, ,and will be interestedto 6. There will be 2 lessons a Reek
Florida, by the

Inc. 1:..:..:N N,1. .:..:..:.:..:..:..:1..:..:..:IN. :..:..:..:.) trained learn for that broadcasting.her voice It is all being hap- FOR tically SALE-Kitchen New. Cost $25.00 Cabinet will: Prac-sell and the charge exhibition will be, $2.00 will be for given ten- ,of

-Keathley Bowden, Editor Quote from iast.week's Ramb- pened when Frances Langford Vallee, the for $15. Mrs. E. W. Digges, government lessons after; 10 an lessons. Those interested / *&-

Lakeland girl whom Rudy reservation. ,at Mrs."
intention of even the children
"With no please have'
lings:
discovered, was home on vacationand
second class mall matter partially filling the shoes that Lawler's home at 9:30 Saturday
Entered as She directedher
heard Pansy cing.
February 1, 1927, at the Post, tramped so faithfully over the whole attention to Pansy and LOST-Shell-rim glasses with dark October 13. Anyone interested ina

Office in' Clewiston, Florida, under :' levee job, I did take advantage, etc. audition manager's resulted in an opportunity sunshades attached, about three class for older children communicatewith
3, 1897. an weeks ago. Please return to Mrs. Mrs. Lawler in the near future
March etc.
the Act of to go to New York., Pansy is doing
Indignant postal from Mrs., Wallace night club work for six months while Gayle McFadden.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. : "Well really, Kit Bowden! lessons in adapting her voiceto == ......

Advertising rates en application What and size shoe Greta do Garbo you !think If you I wear cant taking radio work. She expects to go on I N.I .....................................................................................................................................................................:..'............

advancement and -me the air in the spring. ..
Devoted to the partially fill' my shoes, believe I ;
'even .
welfare of Clewiston and, Hendry I'll shed all the tears for Dredge :Just about the time: it looks, like ;:: y
me dozens 6f Moore Haven folks have I X
County. Boat Annie that are necessary! .:
moved to Clewiston, it seems that
Comm'on out and fight in the open. :
merchants decide that
There's no pleasing the Clewiston GOLF i
You aren't the only one Mqjal;' to be Moore Haven is a good, town to do CLEWISTON
Cheer up trying
; the World Series. ladies. I was really business in. Phillips Department : ..
.
money on .
who lost complimentary in my own, crude .
store opened there two weeks ago; :(

---- the 7 am- I fashion. ''a location is being prepared",for, Als- : H.j ji
Quick, now-what vote are on in No- Anyway, ,that may explain why wedidn't II' ton's to open a drug store and we \ COURSE "
to for .
are Castles column
endments we receive a .
understand also that the B, and B "

vember.% which passing" we of' so! the devoutly General hoped through, on .the the will. re-open in Moore Haven shortly i .:' :\.' : : :..t...

to need canal locks and bridge. f s ..
as Lucie !
lazy St.
And if we were so One trouble about it is that it will 's..
radio that has Just I can sympathize with the womanon 't. ,,
self-tuning from Clew-
the Wilson
take Parker away : y
we'd be witness stand who asked by r.
'market the
been placed on the iston.. How Clewiston will get along y ,
attorney' at the close of a cross- y
the
ourselves.
ashamed of without Parker is as great a problemas y
examination, "That's all. I hope }
how Parker will get along with-


ex-husband ing Ruth with Chatterton George, ,caused Brent claimed her to her that lose make latest liv-12 haven't questions that have way a small troubled?"sometimes She son you replied at and with home., "Oh I all"wonder I no.these feel I out Someone or Clewiston.civic interested welfare should in philanthropy donate anew yI I; [ Open to thePllblltflJt i


pounds. That statement may how: Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Hill : sidewalk to Clewiston. One from
matrimonial prospect. Dixie
him a popular -they have mine and 13 others.I the Hopkins building to the

almost received strict instructions feel'1 Crystal theatre would be a blessing y

Farming this year seems to mention ,the World Series to the town, provided, pedestrianscould y
of gamble as the World it. There y
much a to use
as it's over, and I have a hunch be persuaded y
.
One day you have a good that should be y
Series. situation
side of Is really a .t..
don't. One "we" betted on the wrong y .........
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crop, the ,next day you the fence. remedied there, particularly, during .
day the field, is well-drained, and the hours when school children are ?
the next it is well covered in water. ) Well, well, Louise and Sias 'step- going to and from the school build- y Y .
ped out Sunday, and are receiving Y

The assasination of King Alexander congratulations; from hosts of ing. Moderate' Green Fees :!:
'rela- ::
intimate friends were There should be a law against ;
friends. Only
of Jugo-Slavia and Louis Barthou, J
French diplomat, brings to a dang- present, among them benlg Art Law- tives and friends' in the North writing yi Exceptional FairwaysInteresting I :
You'll remember i about firing up the furnace. Imagine i : I .
of Europe. rence and wife.
the tenseness )I
point
erous Louise and Sias were attendants at it being cold enough anywhere Greens :
most critical situation since ::
It is the
andit the Lawrence-Lowe nuptials. Turnabout to need a fire, when we've been as :!:
the outbreak of the World War, .
is fair play. Last week Marie hot as hot, these few days. "If wintercomes"
is to be hoped'that another war. it .!
Williams and Dale Clark, who at- is a proper quotation; .
:

will not result tended Mark Kline and George W. seems by no means 'certain, when . . ... ....... ........................ . ..NNNNM.. .. .. .. :. ..NNNNNN.: .. .. .. .. .111
Palm Beach county has a record Sparks when they were married, ,de- the thermometer reaches the upper II. .'.N.............NN. ........................ . . .N.NMNN. NH

now. The one and only junior college cided to take the: fatal step, and nineties in October something should

in Florida conducted in con- ---- ---- .
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nection with a high school has been I .. _r'.r-.;.=-S B _, d' _' ,: : .-- _-=--_- ':-_' ,_,__ ._:,. ', '
Inaugurated in the Palm Beach !!,4' --" "! "'...I'A

'county high school. It offers a, two-

year course' of study,as prescribed by

the state college and university. In SENSATION OF'

structors have M. A. degrees and "

several of them are former college .;,t

professors.One .
'
'i

of the workmen on the job .

of razing the Royal Poinciana hotelin CLEWISTO.N'1 1 I 1'

Palm Beach'' is 'H. N:." Pollitz, a ',

carpenter, who in 1893 drove' the

first nail in the ,construction of the .

building. Pollltz came from his home

near New Smyina this week to take

part in tearing down one of the larg:.

est wooden buildings in the state, you've ever been',on with-
in the
You indulge yourself greatest spree
this! can
the same he ,had helped to build :41 'Fancy In
years ago. of regret the "morning after". You'll be glad you went shopping.
out any pang
listed here!
the next ''week you will be 'able to secure the items on this page 'at the price
The cross-state canal is "out"so 'Don't, Miss the Sensational Sale
'WILL ADVANCE!
f 'tis said, thus'are the hopes of scoresof EVERY ONE OF THESE PRICES

advocates blasted. The upper can
j -
al route too ... -
proved expensive for .- .t -1 :- ,...'\- 1tU: : '' ,< ,
the anticipated\ shipping! which it .!- -?'

would attract. Now Miami says "why HOSE
FASHION
not a canal from Miami to Lake LADIES HATS LADIES SHOES FULL

Okeechobee and through the Caloo- t'

sahatchee, Lake residents can remain Heres a h o s o y

out of any arguments,,over can- Large lot Ladies value that's worth
Fine stock
new
al routes, for'it is evident that. what- ; Fall Hats in colors \9 while. A genuinefull

ever canal there is if will pass thru r and combinations. /t many shades and fashion silk
Lake Okeechobee and down the Ca-,
i Stjled right and +:r styles to suit the hose in the new fall
loosahatchee. As far'a$ we can seethere's.
.nothing wrong priced, right, at. >E shades.
OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee with the St.LucieLake most delicate taste. '- Formerly sold at

e 83c. A value setter,
route except that ,it needs to '

,be a little wider and a little deeper. 97c. up.MENS .

If a, ,cross-state canal ever ma- r ,$1.97 47c Pair"j
terializes, that will probably be the ,up. ;
route. -
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AGAIN
FLORIDA LEADS

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Floridians are brave, optimisticand quality Largo assortment of

forward-l oking; 'They are loyal Style and plenty % ,,4 shirts and Mens Dress Shirts in

and_appreciative: citizens of a great of pep'blocked into =l shorts, guaranteed fast stripes and solid col-

state, and are leading the way fora these'in new the hats latest COl'meri colors, in the t \ ors, combinations and

return of prosperity, based colors solids. Fine grade
on colors: In 'snap and a' new fancy
sound values if the optimistic spirit Ci roll brims. A hat 1 \ elastic broadcloth. An extraordinary -

of that state >Could only sweep i'J for every man- \ backs, baloon bargain at
)0 .
the country; business WOUld com \ % Black, Brown, seat an extra :
back m a hurry and 'stay where it :Grog, and other 1 full cut. this price

belongs-on-the top rung. Florida's' 8had s. I Each

rpiacfyofa8a tourist center (and I 19c 77c

round residence $1.43 to $2.37 I
grows by leaps and bounds. Increased -

business, and renewed prosperity

are a result. Other parts of the country .......--- ., -
watch .u eagerly and 'wait for .


the Again Philadelphia Think rising Florid tide'Public, leads to come Ledger.the th Na lr' ol1.-vay G eene'5 Dry Goods Co. Inc.FLORIDA .


that over: Do you measure
up to the,Ledger
opinion Flori- / '
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The World Series between the .
Cardinals,',taud' ,Tigers consisted olgix . _, ''II\' ... ;s. oj
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:t -- Haven were guests of friends in | the week-end In Fort Myers with FOR ;MAYPORT \fISITott
r v' Personal I Mention Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. relatives.
i : Mrs. Leslie Miller entertainedwith

..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. and Mrs. D. C. 'Caldwell of I Mrs H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen a bridge party Friday afternoonat f :&! GO.USE ,
: in Clewiston on business her home here in honor of Miss
Miami
' ; F. R. Maxwell was In Fort layers were and Mrs. Fred Hill were West .
on business Monday. the first of the week. : I Palm Beach visitors Wednesday. Jeanette Gavagan of Mayport, whois Counselor and Attorney at Law
I I visiting Mrs. F. D. King of Moore, Hopkins Building

!;; 'f. Mr. and Mrs.. Glen Etherton have D. P. DeBerry and W. A. DeBerryof Mrs. J. F. McLure, jr., and Mrs. Haven. Wednesdays and Saturdays; .
; Okeechobee were Clewiston visItors Invited to meet Miss Gavaganwere
\I; ", moved to the Watanabe Hotel. Keathley Bowden were business. visitors 9:30 to 4:00 :
I j f yesterday afternoonMr. in Fort Myers Friday. Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. V. H.
6 McCarter, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs.F. ,
and -
Bowden son
11 j Mrs. Keathley ,
and Mrs. Thomas Weaver and i M. WTight :Mrs. 'C. E. Miner, Mrs:
i Kay, spent Sunday In Okeechobee.
J son, James Weaver, of Moore Haven, Miss Edna Culbreath 'spent the F. M. Maxwell, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, "
'
J: Wilson visited moved to Clewiston recently.Mr. week-end in Tampa. She was accom- Mrs. M. P. Peterson and Mrs King. Watches- Clocks, Jewelry
and Mrs. R. C.
I Mr.Mr.Wilson's father in Fort Myers panied by Mrs. Brooks Bateman of High score prize wad won by Mrs. Rear or '* ;

i' and Mrs. John A. Selee, Mrs.R. Pahokee., Knight, low score by Mrs. Poole, Clewiston Drug. Compln:1:
Sunday.
Selee and daughter, Carolyn, and cut prize by 'Mrs. Wright. Miss Jewelry Repairing 1)

j j Mr. and Mrs. C. ,F. Vaughn spent were visitors in Miami Wednesday. Mrs..C.n. Byrd, Mrs. A. A. Mun Gavagan received an attractive guest W. H. MERRITT }

. A! a few days In Miami the first of roe and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were prize.A ;
; the week. e Caraway Nelson returned to Jack- visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- delicious refre"hment, : course WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER S
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; I sonville Monday after spending sev- day. was served. after the play, CLEWISTON FLORIDA'
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eral days here at the Engineers of- i P. O. BOY 321 .
, !! 'E:-E. Kelley spent a few days in ----- '._
'. :Miami on business the latter part fice. Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were SELEES ENTERTAIN .SATURDAY' 'We Are Here To Stay"
1. of/ihe week. guests of Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. EVENING FOR THEIR VISITORS
,,T. .> _. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee spent the and Mrs. F.. E. Bryant in West Palm
week-end in Belle Glade with Mrs.
J Davis of Winter Haven Beach Sunday. Lieutenant and Mrs. R. Selee en-
{ 1 ,Miss Evelyn Lee's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. W. H. .:..:N:N:NN1.:N1.:NNN+:1i N c_:..:NNN.N N:N:
:" was the week-end guest of tertained a large number of friends .
Swango.Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Byrd, Mrs. W. F. : ?
at their home Saturday evening in -!-
.frifends here. Mrs. Orin. Carlton and Mrs.A. New and Used :_
.f! 1 : Simpson honor of Mr. and Mrs.John A.. Seleeof -*- | -
John B. Dotterer, and her
Page' of Fort Myers" A. Munroe spent, Tuesday shop- New Jersey.
r Miss Margaret Orange
mother-in-law, Mrs. ThomasDotterer in West Palm Beach. :|: ':|
.f. "'I {.spent the week-end In Clewistonas were shopping In West Palm ping The guest list.,1nclud'ed a large FURNITURE
guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Now- Beach Friday.Mr. number of friends from Fort. !Myers, ?:: ?::
ling. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Orin former home of the Selees, and Mr. r fi
Carlton, and Mrs: J. F. McLure, jr., and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and
and Mrs. I. M: Pafford and :|i: BELLE GLADE _:|;
Miss. Velma Barwick has returnedto daughter, Ann, and Mr.: and Mrs. attended a meeting of the Moore Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. F.
;her home In Fort Myers after Haven Womans Club yesterday af. I. Hill, J. J. Harrington-and Dr.,and
G. B .Thomas and daughter: Mary I:;: FURNITURE COMPANY :
visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles A. In Palm ternoon. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, of Clewiston. |
i Louise, were visitors' West ;-

I Darsey.. -- Beach Saturday. I Miss Mary Louise Oglesby, ,whois CLEWISTON COMMUNITY :|;: Belle Glade, Florida .:;|

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley spent attending business college in "
y'
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CHURCH t Next Door To Theatre
the week-end in Lake Worth with Mr, and' Mrs. John A. Selee of Jacksonville, spent the week-end ;

L.Mrs; T.,; Egley's Pape. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orange after a, visit New of Jersey ten, days left yesterday with Mr. here H. J.with Oglesby.her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. N. H. Schaaf, Minister1. .*:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":0

-- Selee's brother, Lieutenant Richardson Services for Sunday, October 14.- ,

Mr. and Mrs. C: F. Trainor ,and Selee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenbergof I
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baby and Mrs. A. A. Munroe were Buffalo, New Yo'rk, have arrived I..9:45 A. M.-Sunday School for .I
business visitors in West Palm Friends of Mrs. ,C. L. Downs are for a visit with their sons, L. C. children and ,adults. Dr. J. W. nn 'JACK'S FAMOUS .5n

Beach Friday.Mr. delighted to learn that she is mak- Rosenberg of Clewiston and Harold I Ezelle, Superintendent.'. 'm.n

ing satisfactory progress since a ma- Rosenberg of Canal Point. 7:45. P. M.-Evening Worship con- I .Chop Suey Dinners 5
and Mrs. M. M. Achard of jor operation performed at the Jack- ducted 'by the minister. The a
Fort Myers were guests of their son- son Memorial Hospital in Miami Sat- Mrs. F. A. McKenzie and Mr. and Sacrament of Holy Communion, n Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 Na

in-law and daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. urday.Mr.. Mrs. Arthur McKenzie returned the will be administered. Special 1a ./
Albert Hill ,here Monday. latter part of the week from a i music by the choir, assisted by SPECIAL llltOILKU: STIO.Mv JDinners

and Mrs.. Sam Berry and month's vacation. They visited Mrs. Mrs. McMullen, piano; Mr n ; lliur=,day NiL i til 1iI H

:;;. Mrs. F. D. King of Moore Haven daughter, Jacqueline, have moved :F. A. ,McKenzie's father iIi Oklahoma -|\ Bradnack, tenor; and Mr. .--' -'--" -.- .-_..- .
and* her guest Miss Jeanette Gava- from, Pahokee and are residing in and ,spent the remainder of the, Jones, violin .
gan of Mayport, were visitors in the Hay Building, now named the time in Hot Springs. 'F. A. McKenzie; I I Visitors and strangers are invitedto Watanabe Hotel g

j Clewiston Friday afternoon attending Francisco Apartments. Mr. Berry jr., who accompanied them from attend these services. sLake '.illsi\'. I:. ;'ln: i\'cll. PI-CM/ '
a bridge given by Mrs. Leslie will operate the Everglades '''Funeral Lak'eland, remained in Auburn' Alabama -| 'Harbor Sunday School at I JB
Miller in honor of Miss Gavagan. Home of Clewiston. where he entered college. .j j 4:00 P. DiThe BBBBBBBBDBKBBBnflBBBBBBKBBBThe

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mile VO YOU THINK YoU HAVEN'T I SEEr4-\\ 1
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COPS WAS '
HOW }MAMYWAS (on their' honeymoon)-We
'Nough Said THERE:: ? M You OR 01 WAS IN THfgoVoT shall never change.. .Our .love will
AMYBOPY live on forever. ::;.,
She-When a man bores me terribly wAS WAS You NorWATC.UN'
and he asks where I live I always 1 She-Isn't that rather old-fash
,
me tAD? I IN i THE 1 '
tell him I live in the suburbs. HUR No-r I lTJ' ioned, Will? Let's make it a year,
He-And where do you live? How DID-?. RIoT.j _" J with privilege of renewal.-Boston

She-In the suburbs.-Pathfinder Transcript

Magazine.
\ \ Rightly Named
t Mama Loves Junior Waller-Baker calls his farm the
hS Visitor-Your son is rather small for 'Crazy Quilt. '.
his age, isn't he? / Wacker-Why?

Fond Mother-Oh, no; most boys of Waller-It contains an onion patch,
his age are overgrown, I think. watermelon patch, also potato and

Universal Shortage : $4 K1Ta abbage patches.-Brooklyn Eagle.

"Short stories seem to be very pop- She'll Never Tell
I
alar now." "That romantic Miss Passelghsays
"Yes; everybody tries to tell a storyof there is a secret connected with
how short he Is." ( '
/ Ol L her birth.
/ -Ko
Western Newspaper Union r, "That's true-it's the date.
THE LIMIT rfJc
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DISCOVERED Making It Clear FULL WEIGHT

I ITrayeler ual Daughter-Father tonight. is worse than us-

Mother-No, you mean, as usual, father -
is at his worst


Detained
"What'sh the time, .waiter?"
"It's quarter past midnight, sir."
"Goo' Lor'! And my wife expectin'
S d me home,to lunch." '
"Speaking of mean people, there'z ; ==;. .
.
no one can beat old Stint" ,

"Pretty stingy, eh?" Bug-Ah At last I see DON'T REGISTER "Waiter, what kind of soup is this"?"
"Stingy,! Why he even looks over Vesuvius. "Golden soup-fourteen carrots.
the tops of his glasses for fear of

wearing 'em out" FEW HOME RUNS TRY THIS ONE

r r:
It ---- ",
Won't"What
>;. .""
makes yoso late Miss .1
Smith her employer asked.
o s "" ,
"I went with my fiance to buy an ,4 -,";
engagement ring. We're going.to be
married this year." % .

"Well, don't let it occur_ again."-
Pearson's Weekly f

Machinery '.; s.;
"Every man is entitled to his opin 4 j
"Do you think machinery is making :: '
K
Is like baseball ion. .,
"Some say life a .
I it harder to live *
"Quite true; and In many cases they "In what month were you born? ,
game.
"I do, answered Cactus Joe I
'spe- don't to be of the ute "Oh, needn't be afraid. The din
"Quite so. Some of us make hits, appear slightest you .
dally these
new-fangled. machine most of ns make errors." to anybody but the owner." mond la appropriate" I
guns. ; .

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i I 1\\\ THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1934




I ;' Libya Pierces Deeper Scientists Raise Eyes That Tell Coolldge's Brief American 500-word history History of the .


\ 1,200 Rats to Test Tale of TragedyNot United States was not completed. It

r was projected to be engraved on the
, Berkeley, Calif.-The Pied Piper
Into Northern Africa Mount Rushmore
: would find ample field for practiceat memorial. It was

L the Life Science building of the Infrequently Seen in to be divided Into seven parts: First
the
Declaration of Independence!
University of California here. Scientists
I Faces of Wives of' second, the framing of the federal
Given experimenting with the effects
Additional
- :' Territory sands, occasional mountain regions, little .
I I of vitamins have set up a"colony" "Good Fellows" government; third, the expansion of
, by Three Nations. pasturage, practically no rain a hot territorial dominion
westward
and
climate, long caravan routes broken of 1,200 rats. Fed several
the
i by scattered wells, oases at widely sep- times daily and their quarters "Charming man !1" said the daughter. Louisiana purchase; fourth, the
Washington.[ -Libya, Italy's colonial admission of the Republic of
cleaned by TERA workers, the rats Texas;
arated points, and few habitations. "But I might have known he'dbe
possession in northern Africa, has been fifth, tie admission of California
are waxing fat and sleek.
;
"Water be married ,
supplies may replenished ; they always are whethey're
enlarged of sixth, the
by a British-Egyptian gift settlement of the Oregon
at the well of Sarra, located In a real fun !1"
land adjoining It in the Anglo-Egypt boundary question with England
:' stretch of hard, reddish sandstone 160 "Heal fun. ?" mused her mother"I ,
ian sudan. News dispatches from Rome and seventh the cutting of the Pana-
miles south and west of Kufra In Ital- wonder. By the did -
i cession. way you notice
also Indicate that France will cede to British-Egyptian Still farther ma canal.
( ian Libya. Let southeast-bound cara- the his wife's eyes? It may seem.
Italy her Saharan territory Tlbestl, north is oasis of Kufra, Italian
vans drink deeply, however, becauseit funny to you, but I've found
bordering on southern Libya and touch- Libya, the last stronghold of a once a pretty "'[
Ing the new accession from Great Britain Is 500 miles to the next oasis at powerful religious sect the Sen ssi. good way to Judge a man Is by hiswife's

s and Egypt. Unianga, French Sudan over a route "Industrious, the Senussi have succeeded eyes."

r F "Libya[ without the additional ter'ritory. = containing no pasturage. Many camels In growing melons, grapes, bananas His wife's eyes had a look of tiredness -

i [b I is more than twice as large as have been sacrificed on this jour- and some vegetables at Kufra. that was strange for one living,
Pasturage has been found as she did In the lap of
ney. 90 luxury. Her
the state of Texas," says the National Olive trees and many date trees are
miles to the east of Sarra in I husband It seemed, her
Geographic society. "While official limits an unexplored grown while chickens and pigeons are gave every-

of the African territory ceded by ,mountain mass not exceeding 150 raised and camels, sheep, donkeys, anda thing. With but one child, a son. or
k to 200 square miles and estimated to fourteen she had no work no
Great Britain and Egypt have not been few horses are bred. Kufra.once was worry,
reach a height of 4,000 feet. no trouble as far as
could
announced.. It lies approximately be- the trading center for camel caravans anyone
"Oases are nearer on' routes northof see. She was handsome too"musthave YoitVS
tween the 19th and 24th degrees- from the south. South and west of
east longitude, and the 19th and 22nd Sarra. The Arkenu, In the south- the Sarra well, the new accession com- been a beautiful woman," is the
west corner of Egypt, and the way people put It.
degrees of north latitude. The area is Ouenat, prises desert, sand dunes, zones of occasional -
l triangular-shaped desert land, 300 In Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, are not faraway dry grass, affording meager Yet her eyes had that look. Iwas Quick, Safe Relief

, miles long on its northern, and 200 on although it Is believed that the grazing for camels, shifting sands, and not precisely tiredness; there For Eyes IrritatedBy
, Its eastern edge. latter has not been Included In the I no habitations." was In It something of sadness, some-

thing a bit haunted, something &! Exposure To

Largely Uninhabited. fear. But that was not for all who Sun, Wind and DustAt
run to read. It was only the observing .
"Tibesti Is a mountainous region Start of Drouth Beef Processing eye of my friend's mother All Drug StoresWriteMorineCo.Dpt.WChic

south of the Tropic of Cancer, l lying just that found It-then it was easy .
west and south of the triangle. It is now enough for us all to be wise and see

J'i a part of French sudan and Is situated It too. By most of the casual she

1Y approximately between the 15th and
would have been accepted as the Its Status
20th degrees of east longitude, and the
once beautiful somewhat faded, In- "What model is your car?"
20th and 24th degrees of north lati dulged wife of a brilliant and delightful
"It's not a model; It's a horrible
tude. The effect of these joint cessions man-a jolly fellow mind example."-St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

will be to extend Italian Libya you, who would have spelled good

some 200 miles deeper into central luck for any'' woman.It .

Africa. turned out that that was a good Smooth Off
f.f.I "Emi KusI, the highest mountain in hunch though looking,, at his wIfe's Ugly ,

"; the Sahara towers over surrounding eyes. For who should come along Freckles Blackheads

: Tlbestl peaks In the region proposed but some one who had known them ,

to be ceded to Italy by France. The for years. And It turned out that it Nature's

{ Tibestian massif comprises a successIon was not for nothing this woman was WayHere

of peaks, gaps, and dried-up river prematurely faded. Her eyes ''were is an inexpensive, guide way
beds rather than a mountain chain, ex- .: J Jv tired-from trying to look bright and to skin beauty-a way that has been
tending into the desert region ceded by happy-when she was disillusionedand tested and trusted by women for overa

: '. Great Britain and Egypt. generation. You can ,,''t.J';: :A ,' ,
i heartsick. That haunted look whiten, clear and freshen : '. ./,,;:;/
I "Water sources In Tibesti are frequent was doubtless remembrance of a long your complexion, re- > ':,

but good pasturage areas are cherished ideal and hope of happi- move all trace of blackheads A .
': rare freckles, coarse.J" :, -' ./
Temperatures are mild near the ness. The fearful look-concern that ;
in ten ) L
+v ness days or less.
base of mountains and icy-cold near the world would learn of the struggle apply NadinolaBleaching ,'f" 1-l'Just

the summits-seldom, if ever, below of her tired pride. Money? Yes, Cream at l'J. ) '"

freezing, however. Date and palm she had every comfort, that Is, they bedtime tonight. No \t ""
trees grow in Tibesti and besides cam- massaging, no rubbing. 'r<):'::;rc Y
'. lived 'in fine style. But she had no Nadinola pp., .::. ..,
I
els there are goats and donkeys. Except Independence of purse no money in away tan and ,' { (i: j
heckles
j' for a few nomadic tribes-Kous- her pocket- Faithfulness? As far blackheads /,.,./, ,?, ::
'
sada muddy sallow eolor.You "
Toubou and some SenussI-the as had come to her knowledge. But ,
I region Is for the most part uninhabited. '- '''''-III see day-by-day improvement until your
+ she had
the humiliation of
the
I petty skin is all you long for creamy-white, ',
I I Lack Water and Pastures. G. Kirk of the bureau of animal Industry ; A. L. Wagner, state relief flirtations of a conceited man. He satin-smooth, lovely. No long waiting,

r (committee auditor; L. G. Harris, plant superintendent ; and Dr. B. E. Robertson, loved to be a good fellow with the no antee.disappointments Get ; money-back guar

"Presenting a more orthodox desert 1 federal meat Inspector in the packing, house at Albia, Iowa where the first of girls _and his wife, was always kept Bleaching Cream a large, at your box favorite of Nadinola toilet t

/( aspect than the proposed French ces1 1 ihe: federal drouth beef processing 'plants has been opened. Five of these conscious of the fact. that she was counter or by mail, postpaid, only 60c.

sion, the Anglo-Egyptian territorial I plants are planned for Iowa. Cattle are bought by the federal surplus relief neither so young' nor so good looking NADINOLA Box 19, Paris. Tenn.

,t. gift is a broad tableland of shifting administration and the beef prepared for distribution to the needy. as she used to be. But what con-

: l tributed most doubtless, to the cur-

JFI';,: Opium Smoking in U. S. Shows Big Increase 47 Soviet Labor Unionsto difficulty taIned misery of pleasing In these him-a eyes was surlI-the Do you lack PEP ?

ness of temper, an Irritability at Are you all in, tired and run down?
Be, Split in 154 Units home that matched In extent the

Federal Agents Alarmed by and In the Philippines, nearly all of \Ioscow.-In line with the Soviet Jolliness and good-fellowship he \!

Sudden Spurt. the drug coming ro these areas by ship union's new policy of decentralization showed to the world. IrITST'S

from the Far East. in government and industry, the All "Eyes of wives" nVJ TONIC

< On the Pacific coast the most popular Union Trade Unions council has de- Bell Syndlcate.-WNU Service.
Washington.-Opium whichin
smoking, brands were found to be "Cheong"and cided to split Russia's 47 trade unions Will rid you of
recent had declined in
United States years Is the "YIck Kee" ; In the Hawaiian into 154. Record Inflation JF/iJ A lL Ai fIl D t
,
'the showing an "alarming islands "Lam Kee' and "Lo FookIee The purpose of this decision, which The German mark as a unit was
Increase, narcotics bureau of the
," and In the Philippines "Lion," has the personal support of Josef V. established by the German Federa- 'and build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills,
; Treasury department revealed. "Dragon" and "Tongee"-all identifiedby Stalin secretary general of the Com- tion of States following the Franco- Fever,Malaria! / and

I Seizures of smoking opium by federal federal agents as originating in the munist party Is to make the unions Prussian war in 1S73, with a nom- A General TonicsOc
agents last year totaled 74S pounds, or inal value of $ 3.S0 for 100 marks.
I ; Far East. more efficient and stronger it was and $1.00 At All DruggistsPARKER'S
twice as much as in 1932; the bureau After the World an inflation of
war
I t The price In the Illicit traffic re- explained, and bring the men into
reported. Officials made no secret of mained about closer contact with union currency set In, which reached Its
p the same as In 1932, but leadership.The .
I
: the fact .that they view the, development peak in 1923 to such extent that
an
: officials said this was due to the In- divisions will be both geographical
I with alarm.Practically .
creased demand taking up the additional and occupational. the paper mark' was practically \\ HAIR BALSAM ,
all of the prepared opium supply believed to be available. For instance, the gigantic All Union worthless. For Instance, It cost e : RemovesDandru1f-StoPIHaII'Faillnz
seized, the records disclosed Impart Color and
,
came
from Although the opium traffic has In- organization of coal mines will be 2,000,000,000 paper marks to carry BeautytoGrayandFadedfair
l China and appeared to be mostly creased, government officials split Into three unions-one for a letter from Germany to the Unit- e0c and t1.00 at Drasr lat .
reported
cen-
> a blend of the Chinese and Persian m orCh m.Who Pateho ",N.Y.
i l products. decreases in the seizures of heroin and tral Russia, another for the east and ed States. Under the Dawes plan FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for uso to
cocaine. another In the Donetz basin Germany stabilized her monetary connection with Parker's Hair BalsamJJakes
j. The heaviest seizures were on the region. hair soft and fluffy 60 cents by mail or at drug
Pacific Most of the heroin smuggled Into the The railroad workers' organizationwill system, going back to the gold gists.Hiscox Chemical Works.Patchogue.NY. t
coast, In the Hawaiian Islands
r country came from French ports, while be divided Into unions of engI- standard. The new currency now In

the cocaine seized was of Swiss origin. neers, trainmen and similar groups. use Is called the reichsmark, which

FOREST QUEEN Officials also reported a disconcert-' The existing unions are felt to be has a nominal value, like the former YOUNG MEN-YOUNG WOMENYOUR

lag development In a number of the unwieldy, some having more than mark, of $23.80 for 100. The old pa- depend upon SUCCESS some special and earning vocational ability training-will

t states caused by the Increasing use of '1,000,000 members each. per mark notes Issued before 1923 MOLER SYSTEMof

fI f Indian hemp "marihuana." are worthless. The reichsmark
l' or BEAUTY
CULTURE training for girls
I, Ire. There Is an extensive wild growthof Walking Radio Is Boastof notes Issued by the Relchsbank in steady and BARBERING employment and for financial:young men independence will mean

the plant in Arizona, Colorado New This ExperimenterLos Germany are today purchased by May wo tell you more about this training I
current rates. Writ for our FREE booklet No.40-W
Mexico banks at
Texas, Utah and Wyoming. MOLER SYSTEM,431 achtreeStN.LAUantj.Ca.
Angeles.-A dog's tall
V Federal agents found that In sugar suffices as
a radio receiving set for Frank G.
beet states many field laborers secretly
Kerk amateur wireless DEATH SHOT kills all Insect
/ experimenter. Dilute Jl
plant marihuana patches and sell the 1 bottle 40 times. UEST-OV-ALL PRODUCTS
product or use It personally. Kerk attaches an aerial to the collar tUiFdUMfflhIyuth 3)5 Dyal-Upchnrch Bldff.. Jacksonville. Fla.
I.I I of Fritz his 175-pound
y Great Dane,
y The drug Is most commonly used In
I.t.t. $1 the form of cigarettes, selling gener- and hooks an ear phone to the animal's t'uf Teachers Plyler's Automatic Grading SYStem -

,r dJIil0 ally from 15 to 25 cents each. It Is also generous-sized tall. The four- Is guaranteed World's easiest fastest -
most comorchenilve. Sam DIe CODY 500.
,;"/ '.' mixedvIth beer or- other beverages. legged radio, set completed all that owl ee ujl fei4 y q ate Address W. E. PI/V'LER I-ancastcr. S. O.
.It
t F, n' : .4 f remains Is to place the phone to the ilea tooil th teomulstoo.

Prison ear and listen. notes lievea bV BIG MONEY IN GOLDEN CORN CHIPS
Key to ,
Libby
I t Clearly, but not overly loud, comes Make: them ACME nt home.MAILING For particulars AGENCYROTAN address

rI Found in Rubbish PileMt. music or an announcer's voice. Only - - TEXAS

I I l.I l. Carmel, Pa.-A large brass key one station can be heard, but Kerk VNU-7 40-34IRRITATIONS
from made says he Is not aiming for selectivity.
I Libby prison, famous In
Civil war days, was found here In some Kerk Is In a quandary as to what
w -
/ rubbish. makes the reception possible. -

I ,- The key Is about eight Inches long quickly and easily

! ". and weighs two and one-half pounds.It Colonels of KentuckyUse WELIEVE :i
I II I t l F bears the inscription "Libby Prison"on Sufferers :from itching, burning affections

/ ,/ one side.. a Lot of Ribbon eczema, pimples, rashes,

The relic was said to have been Frankfort, Ky.-There's not much red,rough skin, sore, itching, burn

'\ $47/,4 / 4o- brought here by a Civil 'war veteran red tape about getting a commissionas I! ing feet, chafings, chappings, cuts,

about 25 years ago. At that time It a Kentucky colonel-but plenty of KIN I burns and all forms of disfiguring
I'
r was a great curiosity. But it was blue ribbon. U II blotches, may find prompt relief by

eventually lost and forgotten untilof State records show that more than .. anointing with Cutlcura
i Miss Garnette Northcott, daughter found In the rubbish heap. half a mile of blue ribbon has been Ointment. It quickly soothes
,E Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Northcott of BuntIngton used on honorary and soon heals.
commissions since
f 1' W. Va., who has been appointed Produce Best Cod-Liver Oil December, 8, 1931, when. Gov. Ruby I Price 25c and 50c.

queen of the Fifth Mountain State Cod-liver oil from the oldest codfishIs Laffoon took office. Proprietors Potter Drug & Chemical

t Forest festival which will be held Is richest In vitamin A, the beneficial The state has 2,704 commission certificates Corporation, Maiden Mus.J .

(I Elkins, W. Va., October 4, 5, g. substance In the oil each with a foot of ribbon.




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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1034
THE CLEWISTON NEWS l
EIGHT
-
: FOR (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
APPLICATION
the United States. NOTICE OF Florida
fif gress of Hendry County
Personals I of a baby which weighed Foi Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof TAX DEED
.
Additional
birth. the State of Florida.
at
teen pounds I For Two Railroad Commissioners of the
however.Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t.
I Be all this as It may, I State of Florida. I Sept.
Miss Vilmz, For State Senator for Twenty-fourth That Carl E. Royer, holder of Tax
Mae Greene California -
Miss Eva San has certainly given Senatorial District of the State of Certificate No. 211 2nd day of Sep-
and
Rhodes, Parker Wilson a new mark to shoot at and the Florida. tember, A. D. 1929 has filed said
Sunday in Miami.Miss i For One Member of the House of Representatives made
Heath spent office and
great state of the golden west will of the State of Florida\ certificate in my l
Renfroe, Bobby Han for while at For County;: Attorney. application for tax deed tf issue ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON .
back a .
Louise now have to sit For Five County Commissioners.For thereon in accordance with law. Said REQUEST "
and Harry Knight were in Fort My least. -Clermont Press. Three Members of the- County certificate embraces the following described -\ I
Miss Mamie O Board of Public Instruction.For
ers Sunday visiting property situated in Hendry
STEBELElectrical
and for C. E.
Justice of the Peace in
-- to-wit Lots 1-2
-- :
-- Florida
Clements. ---- ---- the following Districts, viz: No. 1. County
OF< )MASTER'S SAI.ENOTICE For Constable in and for the following Rosenberry's Sd Sec 8, Twp 43 S, Contracting
Russell Kay, of Tampa secretary; NOTICE Justice Districts, viz: No-. Age 29 E. \ ,

of the Florida Press Association I In have Testimony hereunto Whereof set my I The assessment of said property I I PHONE 2121
Friday, accompanying IS HEREBY GIVEN that said certificate issued was
was in Clewiston I in hand and affixed the under the PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Senator W. C, Hodges on his the undersigned Special Master Great Seal of the Stateof in the name of P. Diffenwierth..
South Flor : Chancery, by virtue of the final decree Florid at Tallahassee Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
speaking tour through entered in tha. the Capital, this the Agent for
deed
: of foreclosure to law tax
for according
nominee of August A. D. IIn.1
!
Democratic "i'Sourt (SEAL) first day
ida. R. Boe, in Mo (!.ir" ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
netnUne 8th day of GENERAL
Glades county certain cause will issue thereon on the
representative' from Senator ; of'the Twelfth Judicial Circuitf R. A. GRAY, October A. D. 1934.!>
.
also accompanied the. Hendry County, in Secretary of State.ro RANGES AND
Florida, for Dated this 7th day of September
: Hon H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry
Lake section. Clewiston APPLIANCESBMllllliliiiilM
through the Chancery; wherein The County LaEcllc, Fla. A. D. 1934.!>
Jompany a corporation is plaintiff, No. 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 5-12-19-2C: WILLIAM T. HULL,
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth .,.nd Fred'! E. Nelson and Hazel A. Nov. 2.

of Chicago arrived in Clewiston Nelson his wife, are defendants .---- -
remained November 5, 1934,
Tuesday. Mrs. Holdsworth he husband leftThursday between will on Monday the hours of eleven o'clock, \ IIIIIIIIIIIIII illlll"IIIIII II lII1111111 A III III"IIIII I IIIII IIIIIIWjl 111I1111I1IIIi! JJ lllIl llllllll \ IIIIIIIIIIII!! \\lIIIIIIIIIIIIWJ ''II"IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII I:. J \'
while .
here o'clock, P. M., at the 1 1.1
He and two
to return to Chicago. A. M., I' '. ,
Court
door of the County
Holdsworthand front U
expects to join Mrs.: in the House in LaBelle Florida offer for 1I I .

near make future.their home here sale best and and sell highest at public bidder outcry for to cash the, Announcing the Opening of .- ,'. <,,-,: ;.. ?,", oi: \

the following described real property : .
at the to" wit: r '
Among the registrants in Hendry County, Florida
.
,
Clewiston Inn this week were R. C. Lot Twenty-four (24), in '

Baird of Jacksonville C. W. Clarkof Block Three Hundred Sixty Sev-

Tampa J. E. Baines of Jackson- en (367) ; Lot Thirty-one ((31)) The Everglades Funeral Home
Atlanta, B. Hundred Fifty .f'i.
ville, C. S. Hamilton of Block Three 'i. I
Finch, jr., Lot Twenty-one
F. Boone of Miami N. L. Eight (358) ; Hundred .. ; ; .
Three
Block
J. O. Bornan of Orlando (21), in

of Atlanta! Jacksonville T. F. Seventy-seven (377) ; and Lot ;'.: .. .... ., \
P. Pinkstou Two Hundred. .. ; <-. 1'' Of Clewiston '
Five (5) in Block \ ) '; '
of ; ,
Long .
A. < ,
Sheridan of Ocala and J. Three (203) in the City of : .X/ .: : ..' : ": f :

Birmingham. Clewiston as per the plat of the ? ( <:/ ;, >

General Plan of Clewiston as recorded -X': :: : iJP" \ : ::1{ ;

SECRETARY'S SKIN THIN in Plat Book 2, pages 7 ?. : .- : ?; :.',j'-:"ji.. .

I to 14. inclusive :':' ). i -;? < :;.- '. .
Wallace of the adminis- and all costs. .. ; t : ., .
said decree .
Secretary to satisfy LICENSED EMBALMER. ', '. ': '
; :: .
tration's agrIcultural department is ALLEN CLEMENTS, : ;/-L" .
because of a Master in Chancery. '
bothered Special ,
all hot and 1
mis- MERSHON & SAWYER1st ,: ,
sort of ,Mae West joke some EVANS, FUNERAL piRECTO.R'
about Bis national hogpolicy. National Bank Bldg.
started ,
creant about folks get- Miami, Florida i ii
thing
-this for not raising hogs. Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. _,',, ,, ,- ; '.\.., '// AMBULANCE SERVICE
ting money dignified thejoke I 41-Oct. 12-19-26Nov. 2. i ..', _;',"}'N-' .-.,,-- ,,''.,'cit .' --.;>',; '. !
The secretary has .
I ------- \ "
i :
by getting it into his official \ .. ,' ,.. A
.
He sent a letter to NOTICE OF ELECTION TO DECIDE I '. .. ','' \
correspondence. \1 ,
.. Pennsylvanian in which he remarked WHETHER THE SALE OF INTOXICATING i i :
a. OU
WINES
that "This mysterious farmer SHALL'BE LIQUORS PROHIBITED, IX i\ have furnished a reliable, '
BEER number of we
familiar ghostsof .
is one of the most and that HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. jf or a years' ,'..

the recovery program farmer to and understanding service to the people
-
this same sympathetic
he had found Pursuant to resolution providingfor ,
be living in Iowa, in Louisiana, and and calling an election to decide '

in the Chicago territory. The Pennsylvanian whether the sale of intoxicating liquors of the Everglades section. '/;: I

had said he heard he liv- wines or beer shall be prohib-
'I ,
ed in New Hampshire."The ited in Hendry County, Florida no- \ Clewis i -'
story evidently is inspiredto tice is hereby given that such elec- We are opening the Everglades Funeral Home of _. :t

the cities tion' will be held on November 6tl ;"
of
inflame the people County, Florida, foi :'
against the farmers who through the 1934 purpose in Hendry of deciding whether the : ton in order to serve you better.. '

the adjustment program are for the sale of intoxicating liquors wines 01 ,. I ;: '
:
first time in dozens of years receiving beer shall be prohibited in said coun- t4,:/;;:: > 'c' ,. I

fair play." ty. The time and place of voting I
,'
Here is the story supposed to have shall be the same as for the General : : : ,. .
and Election to be held on said date. ,

bond been houses received iu by various newspapers parts of the WILLIAM T. HULL I BUILDING I Ii'J}.
HAY
nation and which brings up the fas- (SEAL) Clerk1 Board of County PHONE 328 CLEWISTON

cinating proposition of making huge Commissioners! Hendry

profits through not' raising hogs: County, Florida. I I II
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Dear Sirs: I \ I illllllllllll! 1TIIIIIIIIIIII rriIIIIIlIlIIlIl"Vi; !" IIIIIIIIIIIIIi !!!!. :;\)1i1l1') ;; ''- II
friend whose neighbor ,: c. 1 _'
I have a NOTICE 01-',EIEc'rlOV I 1111'>- f"" """"" "

received a government check for '
To the Sheriff of Hendry County of
So
hogs. my
$1,000 for not raising
the State of Florida:
friend now proposes to get a farm Be it Known That I, R. A. Gray,
of not raising Secretary of State of the State of Florida : ::
business

and hogs go into; says the in fact that not raising do GENLJDAL hereby give ELECTIONwill notice that a Stall. :.:. :,!':. F 0 R. S A L E .'t'. ',..'

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hogs appeals to him very strongly. be held in Hendry County .I, :. .i' ;
of Florida, on Tuesday next succeedingthe .: :.
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first Monday in November A. D. '
1934 the said Tuesday being the Small Cash n
hired Home Payment
"Of course he will need a SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor : Attractive Clewiston,

man,' and that is where I come in.I United States Senator. ?
For Representative in Congress: Stateat : ?
of ,.
opinion
r write as to your
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s you
large ..
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s the best kind of farm not to raise For Representative of the First Con- I I .. ,0.i .
gressional District of the State of : I ..
hogs on, the, best strain of hogs not Florida in the Seventy-foui Con- ,'. ;
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to raise and how best to keep an 0. .:.
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: inventory of the hogs you ,are not ,'. .:. I X

raising. Also do you think capital ? .;. :::

could be provided by issuance of !: :: : ?

a non-hog raising gold bond? I FOR ENGRAVED ? i X.

"His friend who got the thousand '.' i it ::: :i:
500 Christmas Cards and ::: .i' .i' .:.
dollars got it for not raising
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hogs; now he figures we might eas- ?
Personal StationerySEE
"
I
ily not raise 1,500; or even 2,000 y ? I

hogs so you see the possible profits X1 y

are only limited by the number of.
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hogs we: do not raise. Evelyn HareHepl'csenting' x. x :
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"P. S.-His friend who receivedthe 0;.. .;. .:. ..t'x
.$1,000' check has been hog rais- ': '.' xi

ing, ,for 40 years and the most he :i: ,;.

ever made was $400 a year. Kind of WALLACE BROWN, NEW YORK :i: .. _, fx

pathetic to think of how he wastedhis x ':.. .

life raising hogs when not raising -. ...
them would have been so much : fx

more profitable." -Palm Beach ., .,.,..,.., x ? r i
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Times. Wreck 'Em I :i: ::: ..+:. :.i t:.
i You .. '
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tGGEn TttAN QUINTUPLETS I\ \ '.:' : : :
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We Fix 5EmPAINTING x : ? X
The Dionne quintuplets may havea I <. j :.
race for their money so far as BODY AND S r w o y K. :;: :;:

publicity and noteriety go. If common I :!: :: '.. t
FENDER 'VOHKTOPS .. .:. ':'
knowledge is i gained from a COVERSUPHOLSTERY 't. .:.' .. II 'i. ::
colored child born last week in Ocala SEAT ::: .:. .t. .:.
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which outweighed the whole five lit- [ I : .'

tle Dionnes. :Done An Expert .i' :
: by
The for the ::::1.:. Balance Like Rent :: :
Banner is authority Courteous Service Pay The :
story that a negro .woman had given : :!: ::: '
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Work Guaranteed. :;: :!:
birth to a son which weighed seventeen Prices Reasonable. :: :: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES : ...
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.pounds. No physician was present :: ;
HOME ;
1 YOUR OWN .
; :: YOU CAN OWN '
the mother being attended only I :: '
; by one of her race. The child had PIONEERService j I ,:. .:.

been preqeeded by 8 brothers and Home Building Association JUs.

sisters all of whom were normal. Station t!; Clev/iston .. '

Ocala doctors were consulted bY'the 10 f
IJKLLE GLADE PHONE : ... .;. i
such of: PHONE: 102
Banner which learned that *
l WiecKcr Service at All Hours ::' ';" ,
1 occurences are not unheard of, one .Y

physician.'.relating personal knowledge- L' ,

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