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Creation Date: October 26, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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CLEWISTON, FLORIDA,FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2C, 1931 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR
VOLUME 8, NUMBER 41
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E POST OFFICE VACANT Roy Green Agent TransferredNew Here BEARDSLEY WILL Clewiston Attend Legionnaires ConventionA LAKE SECTION' TO BE



AND EXAMS WILL BE SUCCEED LAIR ON PROTECTED BEFORE
1
large of Legionnaires
who
group
Roy Green, for the past six '
j the Clewiston from the Clewiston post attendedthe 35 STORM PERIODA
years has been agent DRAINAGE BOARDJ.
: GIVEN NEXT MONTHApplications national convention of the organization -
for the A. C. L. Railroad, has been
held In Miami this week.
promoted to commercial agent by
the Coast Line and left yesterday E. Beardsley was appointed by Part of the group went for the en-I concentrated effort will be
for the position of tire week, but several took In onlya
for Belle Glade to assume his new Governor Dave Sholtz as a memberof made by U. S. Engineers to completeall
post master at Clewiston will be duties. the Everglades Drainage District part of the convention. Tuesday levee from Fisheatlng Creek to
received by the department In Washington the day of the "big parade," was the Pahokee before the 1935 "hurricaneseason"
Mr. Green came to Clewiston from board for the four year term begin-
until the close of business on most popular one for the visitors will
This
Lakeland six years ago, almost to ning June 9, 1934, to succeed W. H. provide perfect
,November 9th, It became known Ina who could not remain for the en-I protection from the waters of the
News this the day, and as agent for the rail- Lair of Pahokee whose term expired -
communication to the road has contributed much to the on that date tire session. lake in case of storm and will giveto
'; week. The four year term of Postmaster of the community. The fam- Among those from Clewiston who the rich mucklands of the Ever-
progress Sholtz appointed an en-
In Governor
l : :, A. W. Lawrence expired ily have been active in all civic and attended the meetings were H. R. glades a greater stimulus to perm-
board receiving resignations -
,
,September> and the position will be will be tirely new Hall, J. E. Beardsley, J. A. McGee- anent and costly development than
,welfare work and greatly
from Marcus A. Milam, former -
filled by an appointment after the missed here. Mr. Green stated that hee, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Schiffli the section has ever known.To .
chairman, whose term would ,ex-
conducting of an open competitive ,
and son, Nicky; W. C. Owen, Tom
family to Belle Gladeas the observer watching the
I will
the move pro-
in June 1935, and C. E. Simmons
, examination which will be held on pire ,
C. V. Parkinson F. D. Duff
Shelley, ,
of levee
soon as he can locate a home of Okeechobee, whose term gress work it seems obvious
." ot about November 24th at Sebring, there. Dan Allen, Fred Puryear, Mr. and that nothing short of a major dis-
would at the same time. Mr.
office expire
Gainesville and Eustis. The
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Jack Moorman,
aster can prevent the work of
The Clewiston agency has been before the con-
taking
Simmons resigned
,
carries aj;"salary of $2,000. | G. B. Thomas, F. M. Wright,- Mr. and structing the levee to
reaching
given to Ray McIntosh, who has oath, of office of Okeechobee coun-: a
To be'eligible for the examination,
Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
the desired
point
been in the office here as telegraph in 1933, but no action affording protec-
'an applicant must be a citizen of the ty January
Turner, E. B. Butler, G. H. Small, tion by July 1st, 1935.
for the past two 'and one- his at that
operator taken resignation
on
. ,tJnlted States, must reside within was Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes, Bob
half The change also meansa time. All concrete structures, includingthe
office for years.
(t the delivery) of the post Coker and Miss Sue Maxwell.
i which the examination Is held, must promotion to Mr. McIntosh andIt The other new members include several drainage culverts and

t' \' have soreslded for at least one year Is a matter of congratulation to J. B, Jeffries of Miami who succeedsto I Clewiston Post No. 93 established the five hurricane gates, will be :

t;: r -' next preceding the date set for close the town that both he and Mr. Green the unexpired term of Mr. Milam, headquarters at the McAllister Ho- completed by that time except the "
tel. The Legionnaires were enthusi- combined lock-gates at Moore Haven.
of receipt, of applications, must be have received deserved promotions.The and James Franklin of Brighton, I -
astic In their of the
f.' ;, 'In good, physical condition and with- orders for the changes in the who succeeds C. E. Simmons, H. L. |i tion and of the praise hospitality and conven-con- been. The drainage culverts have all

:' in the age limits of 21 to 66. The local personnel came Monday'and Lyons of Pompano. was appointed I entirely completed and approved -
, sideration which Miamians extended.
c I and the four hurricane located
competition Is open to both men and the transfer became effective yes- for a four year term begining June, II gates -
I at Canal Point, Belle Glade,
Paul Ho'rton"
women. terday. 1934, succeeding M. __ I I
Under the terms of the Executive of Fort Lauderdale. Walter R. Miami Locks and Clewiston are
.
otder the' civil service commissionwill'certify Hooker of Belle Glade was appointed Fund Transfer Not to nearing completion. The contractfor
Co. ContractsOn
" Latham constructing the Moore Haven
: to the Postmaster General for four years beginning in June,

the names. of the highest three 1933, succeeding T. W. Weeks of Delay Lake Work gate requires that the hurricane
Spillways ArriveThe gate at the lakeside of the structurebe
t. qualified ellgtbles, if as many as Moore Haven, whose term expired at

l ,_ three: are qualified, from which the that time. completed by July 1st. This will

;', Postmaster j General may select one appointments were announced A transfer of $200,000 from the I afford complete' protection from lake

r for nomination by the President. E. H. Latham company of Toledo by the governor's office Tuesday.The Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee. waters.It .

} Confirmationby the Senate Is the Ohio, with Florida headquart- appointment of Mr. Beards- project to the Inttercoastal water-: is expected that the three giant

final action.t ers In Clewiston, have received for- ley to this board brings into the service way from Jacksonville to Miami as hydraulic dredges, the General, the

I' Applicants must submit to the examiner mal contract from the war depart- of the district a man perhapsas announced by the public works, ad- Gulfport and the Welatka will be

t fr on the day of the examination ment in Washington for construc- well quailfied from actual experi- ministration a week ago, is a matterof placed on the south shore of the

,' their photographs taken within tion of the 17 St. Lucie canal spill- ence and first hand study as any routine transfer and will not han- lake to complete the construction of

$ ,' two years, secured pasted In the ways. The company's bid on the pro- within the eleven, counties embraced dicap the work on the Lake levee levee from South Bay to Pahokee.

f. space provided- on the admission ject was 420423. by the Everglades Drainage dis- system. I The dredge Welatka, now working

' cards sent them after their appli- Roy Sands, who was superintendent trict boundaries Mr. Beardsley, who The transfer was requested by army near Moore Haven, will continue Its

cations are filed.Application of construction on the Clewiston celebrated the 20th anniversary of engineers who have jurisdiction present assignment until comple-

forms containing full I hurricane gate for the Latham company i'his arrival on the lake last week Is, I I over river and harbor work, in orderto I tion, about a month hence, and aft-

Information as to the requirements will be, .in charge of, the spill and has been for many years, a real make funds available for needed er filling in a gap over drainage

, to be met and the character the way construction. Work is beginningon dirt farmer,..who brought to the Everglades -I work on the intercoastal waterway.COUNTERFEITER culvert 5A near Lakeport will go toMiami

i 'f' examination to be given may be obtained the new project immediately.BIDS I mucklands the background to dry-dock. It is planned to

from the Clewiston post office of college training. Besides this, install her a new ladder,' new cross-

or from the; United States Civil he has been since March 1933, co- IS I deck machinery, and a new cutter

Service Commission, Washington, D. ON LEVEE WORK receiver with J. M, Couse of both motor to replace her steam engine.

C. DIston Island Drainage district and This equipment will make the We-

i.k\; Applicants will be required to as- ARE OPENED 'TODAY Clewiston Drainage district, and In CAPTURED HERECody ,latka an almost exact counterpart of

L semble in an examination room for this capacity has made a study of the _,General, powerful 24-Inch suction -
: I
scholastic tests, and will also be the problems of drainage district fi- dredge of the Arundel corporation -
Bare, of Hookers Point, ran
rated ,on their education and busi- nances. now leased to the governmentand
ness experience and fitness. The Civil Bids are being opened today at The new board wil have the prob- afoul of Uncle Sam very quickly on location on the south shore.

Service Commission will make inquiry the Florida district office of U. S. lem of dealing with bondholdersof when he decided to end his own private The Welatka and the General were
i
among representative busi- Engineers In Jacksonville for the the district following disposition depression by manufacturingwhat sister-dredges, being constructedfrom

ness and professional men and wo- construction of approximately 14.5 of a 'case now in the U. S. district !I money he needed. After pains- the same specifications by the
men of' the community concerningthe court of appeals: pending which tax- came manufacturer. Since construc-
miles of levee from Bacom Point to other
experience, ability and characterof I es in the district have not been as- takingly making a mold and tion the General has been equippedwith

each applicant, and the evidence St. Lucie Canal. Lieutenant Rich-''I I sessed for the past two year::;; I counterfeiting machinery, Bare suc- more powerful and modern ma-

thus' secured- will- be considered in ardson Selee, in charge of the Clew- ceeded in getting rid of about five chinery, such as will be installed on
I f iston office, W. C. Nail, in chargeof the Welatka when she
dry-
determining the rating to be assigned dollars worth of his own variety! of goes on
;' to the applicants. the Pahokee field office, and dock
COUNTY FARMERSTO
half-dollars and before he
THe.commissl n stated that presidential Captain Carter of the dredge Gulf- quarters The combined work of these three

I postmasters are not in the port have gone to Jacksonville to be was taken into custody. I powerful dredges will construct levee -

classified civil service and that its present when bids are opened. BE AIDED BYFEDERALPROGRAM Bare's trouble began when ho at a pace not seen before on

duties In connection with the ap- The portion for which contract is gave a few dollars worth of the 1 this project, and will bring to actual I;

pointments to such positions are to to be let is known as division 9, and counterfeit ,money to Arthur Scott, realization a dream which has beenIn

, hold examinations and to certify the Includes five sections numbered con- the hearts and minds of Ever- -, ,
results to the Postmaster General. secutively from Bacom Point to the who operates a filling station on the gladers for years, that of protectionfrom

The Commission is not interested in St. Lucie canal. The Gulfport, gov- old Moore Haven road. Scott was damage by lake waters during

the political, religious, or fraternal ernment hydraulic dredge, has been About thirty Hendry count suspicious of the oddseemlng[ coins f[hurricanes and tropical storms.

affiliations of any applicant. building levee in the first section an'd forty-three Glades county farm- and brought them in to the First I
and has completed about 1 1-2 miles. ers now on relief rolls have an op-
Bank of Clewiston for examinationby Kiwanians Inspect
Auto Accident Results The Gulfport will not continue to portunity to become self-supporting
work in division 9 but the contractor through the aid of the Florida Rural Cashier E. L. Stewart. Mr. Stew-

: In Serious Injury after receiving the contract will im- Rehabilitation Corporation.This art confirmed his suspicions that Projects on Lake

I mediately take up work where the was made known Saturdayby' the money was bogus, and also told
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t i leaves off. W. E. McDonnell, FERA Rural Sheriff H. L. Delaney of Mr. Scott's
Hull is In Fort Gulfport
I E,1 Miss Alice a Myers A group of members of the Ki-
, from Section 5 of this division includesthe Rehabilitation Director of DistrictNo.
.t concussion
1 4' hospital suffering visit.The
.
wanis club and their wives were
', of the brain, severe scalp wounds work around the St. Lucie canal 7, in announcing more complete sheriff asked Scott's assist-

and a broken left arm, and Raymond and will consist of filling in to an plans for the Florida Rehabilitation ance in putting an end to the effort guests of E, W. Digges, assistant engineer -

Hendry, Rufus Smith and Mrs. Mar- elevation the plot of ground on Program just received from the to get bogus money in circulationhere on a boat trip to two of the

vin Pape ,are suffering from minor which the lock-tenders house Is located State Office. The quota allowed to and Mr. Scott tcld the sheriff most Important dredges on the Lake

Injuries which occurred when the giving It quite a 'command- the eight counties of District 7 is that Cody Bare had pasted' the coun- i, Okechobee: project Sunday after-

sedan belonging to Rufus Smith in ing location. A bank will be built four hundred sixty-one. terfeit money to him. ,
which 'th "four were riding overturned down to the canal in front of the Because of the complexities involved :Mr. Bare was in the filling stationat noon.

on the highway near LaBelle house and the elevation will be tap- in the program it has been the time and was taken in custodyby Leaving the U. S. Engineers ware-

! about 2 o'clock Sunday morning. ered off along the spoil bank of the thought expedient to begin with Sheriff Delaney who notifiedU. hcuse here shortly after noon the

Miss Hull, the most critically Injured St. Lucie. those farmers now living on farms S. Commissioner R. L. Earnest visitors were taken by boat to the,

of the four, is the daughter, Culverts which are being con- and the quotas for each county have of West Palm Beach. Federal secret where
sub-office were
Pahokee they
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hull of La- structed for drainage purposes In been made on that basis. They may service; men were sent to Clewistou 1

Belle Investigation of the accident !; the levee are now being built, the be either owners, renters or share- -for the prisoner, and together with joined by W. C. Nail, who is in

will be held In abeyance pending the contract being awarded to Paul H. croppers.To the sheriff they located a complete charge of that office. ,

I Injuries: I Smith of Haines City. those farmers whose applica- outfit of molds 'and materials for The newly arrived dredge, General -
:. manufacturing bogus halfdollarsand Li
tions are approved the Florida Rural
; -' and the large U. S. dredge,
I '. DOX WATERS TALKS TO Rehabilitation Corporation will quarters. Bare lived alone in a I
SUNDAY small house at Hookers Point. "I Gulfport, were both visited by the
;: FUNERAL HOME BUYING PIONEER GROUP lend not to' exceed $350.00 in money ,
NEW AMBULAXCE-IIEARSE or goods for the purpose of making I The prisoner plead: guilty and was group. Mr. Digges and Mr. Nail guid-
'" bound over to the federal grand jury ed the group and officers of .the two
repairs
Don Waters, sportsman-writer, necessary; on buildings and I
'f. J. C. Berry, of the Everglades was a most interesting speaker to ] acquiring equipment, live stock and under $1,000 bond by Commissioner I dredges pointed out the various interesting -
I equipment
E f. t ,Funeral home, left Monday of this!'I members of the young Pioneer groupat poultry, seed and fertilizer. It is estimated -, Earnest. motors and other -.
and their
explained operation.The
f week for 'Cincinnati, to purchase a the Community Church Sunday this amount will cover the
new ambulance for use at the Clew- afternoon needs of the average family.It I Miss Marcia Avant and Dick group who enjoyed the hos-

iston branch of the Everglades Mr. Waters spends most of his is emphasized that no loans Hooks were in Palm Beach Sundayto pitality of Mr. Digges and others of
visit Mrs. H. C. Avant who Is recuperating the Engineering department were
Funeral home. I time on leisurely water cruises will be available for specialized
The ambulance will arrive within which provide material for his .regular crops and a considerable portion of from a recent operationat E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.

'" a .short' time and will complete the contributions to sporting magazines the aid furnished will be of such a the hospital there. Mrs. Avant's Hall, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMullen, <;

! .' \: installation of modern equipment 1 1t' (, His experience formed the nature as will enable the borrowerto friends are delighted that she Is Dr J. W. Ezelle, Mr., and Mrs. R. C.

which has'been purchased for the I background for an Interesting and make a year round living I making excellent progress toward, Nowllng. Miss Mildred Oateen, Mr. "

: local branch, I I worth while talk. (Continued on Page 8) recovering her normal health. and Mrs., A., W.,, Lawrence., ., ..
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CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1934 .

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Is an Interesting report clr- SPANISH REVOLT

News Review of Current: T.IIEli In Wisconsin, especially la Let Our Motto Be "

Madison. It Is to the effect that President -I CRUSHED BY HEALTH

Glenn Frank of the University

the World Over of Wisconsin is looking toward the DR. LLOYD ARNOLD

,_ Events ,Republican Presidential nomination In of Bacteriology and Preventive
New Catalonian ..
Medicine, Illinois,
University
this Idea his ....
103G and that explains refusal College of Medicine. '
3.
,
: to permit Lloyd K. Garrison to Collapses. sro "'o aatrr. -r ,

remain In Washington as head of the

I' Assassination' nof King Alexander. and Louis Barthou national labor relations board. l\Iadrid.-Cat:1lonia's ... MEASLES'. : .,,, ....
The Madison Capital Times said It Independence collapsed

: :Alarms :All'Europe=Spanish Revolt 'Suppressed understood Doctor Frank feels the Republican shell fire, and the Spanish \ [I.ES' /has tdo'Ion ; *been:< re-

I is.I need of "lib- ; I'led as a trivial childhood dis
a
party .
also smashed down a Red
:\ V: ':"', CCC. Will Be Continued. eral" candidate, jet not a "dangerous"liberal cost upward of 500 lives : Parcnty! .'4wm"t6 think that:

one has,}o. have measles;;.
and believes he Is In a position casualties throughout SpainLeaders .soon-

: '. .- .' <' '' to qualify.To of the' Catalonian later, .and! .th.O'I's .thin i };, to do

-,; ., ;' :.' "': By* :EDWARD W. PICKARD Interviewers Doctor Frank de- Including President Luis : !have It soon" : and ;yravte 4itt i 'over

.
'
: p by Western;' Newspaper UnionTVO ,: "' '.' clined to comment on the newspaper 'were captured In a I : Is estimated'' that>;r> percent

I He said his Insistence that Garrison have had it. Just because
men of great Importance-I 1 hour had passed he received orders story. .war and marched through I : does not
return to his duties as dean of ; have such a high
In Europe from ,,Madrid to declare a state of siege. to a prison ship in : '
maintenance Or I ) i
I peace, I rate as rsm.illpox and scarlet
in
the law school was solely the Interests : ,
were removed '(rom, the scene by the, I Ills troops .,battled with the Catalans, of the university. They surrendered with two\: other diseases-. character\ '

bullets of the assassin: F'etrus Kale- and soon' had Companys and, his fellow strojers and foreign a rash;. is 'no reason: why: we

men. who slew iinlexnn'cler leaders cooped up in the presidential Morocco converging on .the
Island 1 let it continue.: ,'If''co'v'tIL all
Republicans
of nce. Reinforcements for the are political citadel.
'Jugoslavia' pa government RHODE
satisfied with Felix Hebert ;: tni.et her. we can stampIt6ut I ? -
f >: and 'Louis Bar forces arrived swiftly by land, Spain continued under
,. senator and have renomlnated him.. have nl':1l'IY'Sl1: CPPlled In.doing: :
.. ;'<'" and air.'t'hen as and vicious clashes with .
r? thou, French "foreign sea ,
[k. ? : For the state convention I smallpox.( ),,4 .
,
minister, in Marseilles.' the artillery opened np, and governor munist, and anarcho.s :
: named Luke II. Gallan, a veteranof children' over' seven ,'ertrs.,
; Gen.
: had
"' I Sarejevo after the palace been thoroughly harassed government forces
"Another
<< !
.f!; the Spanish-American and World without complications is'riotl t{
'j. ', .. $ ; was the question In shelled, Companys and his colleagues ital and over: the nation. disease But'.In' children:under
: ,
.
.
... 'f < 'r. and marched wars.
surrendered' -were to a ment estimated
mind and, Indeed ; 5,000 arrests '
'
'- { :f every ; ; : ,- particularly under: three,
-:. ) ,there was some prison ship In Barcelona harbor.rfhe made.,
; : measles too often' results In
,
,
'TTORNEY GENERAL CU1IMINGShas'
.1 A '
.. ; ; slight the revolution was over and the,new, Catalan AsturIas
danger that, province on '
+ or the child develops pneu .
: ; .1J: ; i
.r. < called a national conference
,.. dime start republic ,went out of existence It coast center of
i' <\ "' would! another I was a ; or ear; Infections ,trom''itanc1): ,
''to'd scu8s crime which is to inI .
_., '. : greaLw\lr, :, Alexander was rumored the collapse was partly I Washington' December 3 and. open continue ,hundred deaths were may .follow these diseases
was" just begin due to dispute between Companys alone. Premier Lerroux child other'
may ,sustain some
'.1,' three days. President Roosevelt Is to
-KingAlexander' : ," nlng a .ig60d..wm". and former Premier Manuel ,Azana, acoleader : the army had routed the 'that he \\:111': carry, JJirougti .
address the first session in Constitutionhall.
visit 'In' France, which l in the revolt Azana, was fled Into the mountains, an average 'measles year
The will
conference be invitedto
tied with' Rnrthou's: 'plan found In hiding and arrested.; their
measles occurs
was ,closely up and arms. -a epidemic
broad consideration
practical
give '
."\ for accord between France and Surrender of Companjs did not end third there'
Reports of -
\ an death, second or j ear
; to the problem of crime in these
the I
Italy; and Barthou- was soon to go to fighting northern Spain, for the furious battle continued to 38,000 cases, with .287 deaths.t, .
:
principal aspects
Rome to, ,further ,the. scheme. -.-Jugoslavia revolutionists In various regions continued .- other provincial centers, of the deaths- vv'ere In' the-under

.. is. alljed.,to France but is not their desperate efforts, but' the 1. Causes and prevention' of'. "crime, ment officials assumed the : group. Thistally does' not
government considered the revolt real 2. Investigation, detection, and apprehension -
.at all friendly to Italy and Alexander they were In complete Inta account the children who

hated. Mussolini! : ,personally, believing ly had been suppressed. There was no of crime and criminals. situation.' from ,pneitinonia 'followinjj the!

that the dice. gave moral support to telling how many had been killed or 3. Criminal courts and prosecution. Police captured 'of measles. If it had, the num

the rebellious Croats., But the king wounded, but certainly the casualtylists 4. Detection parole. probation, and Manuel Azana In Barcelona Ii. victims would: :have; been much

did not..want, war and '-WiS willing;: to were terribly long.. pardon. on a balcony. Arrested with ;.

kelp along the proposed accord ..)If It a syndicalist leader Angel s, begin' 'as a common s'ore

inimical MAC ARTHUR, ccr-g+IIE voice of Hauptmann Is the ,Jlri head cold ailment. The
was. not l to his' country.. Gl'DOUGLAS friend of the Imprisoned : : ,
: now In'command A, voice I heard in the cemetery feverish and trritahlekhen'| ; '
If, trouble does., follow after the 'as- president, Luis Companys.. J, ', ;'; ; }
"/ass3natiovns:- if probably will "start with of the G. II. Q. combat air force that night when the $50,000 ransom' Congress opened with .the. fourth.. ,. day,, (fie, .distinctive:

're"o"utio; 'JugoslI\'la and also of' the ground forces, Is planning was paid," said Col. Charles A. Lind- rash occurs.,This'rash, Is very
/ in Only by assuming left in '
\ to develop a fighting fleet of super bergh to the grand Jury in Trenton, N. republican deputies 'it o'olS' :iLS! 'If "the skin;: : :'had
and exercising(dictatorial powers President Alcala "
; : battle planes. The first step will! be J.; after he had listened to the suspectIn jail. : rubbed, wMth pale red ink.:. 'The'
Alexander able
was to'kcep peace
: the organization of the G. H. Q. air the kidnaping and murder case. The that any socialist deputy is'' sick''for;: 'at 'least another

in the hodgepodge' that comprises Croats the force of at least l.piK) planes grouped grand jury accepted this as' clinching chamber he brought to his 'In-the"'(':1se of' older':children
Kingdom of the Serbs and '
In five, ",,;ngs'" based'on both coasts testimony and returned an Indictment questioning. re 'put'' to bed 'a'nd kept'.quirt
.Slovenes otherwise and It
Jugoslavia,
and in the Middle West This would against Bruno Hauptmann, charging The congress suspended tinder a pir3sician's'"care
-Is not certain that there Is anyoneelsethere.who !
bring the army corps up to about 2,300 murder. proving a law -, : Is':little to" worry 'about. '
can do It. Civil war might .
planes, making an aerial fighting fleet The words "Hey doctor. Over here, penalty for the use of "'do: 'n'of' know what 'causes'
tempt, some other nation to Interveneand :
approximately the equal of any In the doctor" were spoken;: by the man who arms causing! Injury or : ''n f'te do know that It 1 II h
grab part of the realm, and In that
"for the. duration of
sons, :
world. mo'ne from Lindbergh's ,'
the
got ransom ,
head l "cold!
case general ,conflict might be pre- F. Con- abnormal period.!' : gih'is Vltiririg t-h6 early
John
.cipitated. Intermediary, Dr. I ''of the diseasebefore; the skit

G UV. GIFFORD PINCHOT of PennSylvania don. They were- spoken In the cemetery apperirs..'. In fact; it's"difficult tc
Alexander's: eldest son Peter -who has in the past been In where tho payment was made. :
head co'fd as' the'lieg'in-.j
was in school in. England, was, prompt sympathy with much of PresidentRoosevelt's Lindbergh heard them and rememberedthe WASHINGTON : IIaj. I- a measles before the rash

ly Dro lalmed''Idng and,. being only voice. stageof
'program but he ban
.
now '
'there
appeared Consequently,' If ?
eleven. years, old will rule under a definitely broken the Is invariably! referred \ William ,A. \ :
away Although case ,:) Gen measles ,in the neighborhood;
of three who namedin
regency men were by coming out in favor to the Lindbergh kidnap- died In his
as i.n. Washington develops : heut.'colli
child
the'polftlcai will of the murdered< your [ a .
of the. re-election ing," the grand Jury returned no kid- I"J '
year.
monarch. Whether these three sore throat, I keep him ,or her.
,can I of ,Senator:; David A. nap Indictment Kidnapers may only -
from other children who have
hold the kingdom Intact question!
is
Reed antl-JCew Deal be sentenced to life terms.: Murderers Mrs. Martin: B. Madden, "'in
had measles that
,
Only the Serbs' are really loyal to the : way you
-
Republican
whose defeat face the electric chair.
!the late, representative from
the help protect the other'chilrJren.
royal house though all > people,had would be most : ..
Illinois district, died at better
admired the strength and bravery of -1i there is a way of pro-
gf
welcome to the ad- ,:. g4. to the American Fed- Washington, the'chHl who has 'not had
Alexander; whose life had been attempted pvELEGATES ,
: ministration Immediately ;Kt" i ;
: convention in "
: Labor .
.
four times before. "n'/ ,ltt Science has not been able
after Pinchot & D. W. '
Prof. Robert
San Francisco adopted unanimously measles
r The death of Alexander I was held announced his stand'In
North
resolution of
M rn and with cheers a proposing University' has against smallpox and ty-

especially important' to Germany bv a l'eech'at Wilkes -':: ":, adoption of a six-hour pointed by President since it does r-ot' know the
the statesmen of' that country, for they B a r r e. Poshruj ,tprGeneral' week i archivist of the United
"" day and five-day '
tive agent or'measles. but It has.
had Gov. Pinchot
looked him
to to curb to
a considerable (Barley con
for all workers, private .
-
d that if the blood of a person
ext"ntthe alleged ambitions fe-rred with Mr. Roosevelt and then, as and government. Popular brands of has had measles Is injected into
of Mussolini. lIe was considered n chairman of the Democratic National
A committee appointed ,continue to sell for 13 cents who has not had measles the
close friend of the reich and a poten committee,' gave out stinging attackon
until
to investigate or two for a quarter can"be prevented from having

tIal ally. : Pinchot. In it he referred to Senato'r possibilities and merit by order of the Nn \'s new .' If the child has been ex

France was not only worried. by the, Reed as "perhaps the most outstanding of shorter work periods board. to measles.' the injection 'should,

possibility of trouble In the Balkans! ; foe of the President's polI- reported favor
within four days after the
but also deeply mourned the death of 'cies," who, elected, would, "do everything ably., President Roosevelt .
of exposure as that Is the period
Barthou. one of her ablest statesmen / In his'power'to hamper the PresIdenVs William Green tilted '
;president must be higher :of ,the disease If the
and, Indeed, one of the ablest ,in Ku program' and to make: a misdealout of A. F. of L.. stabilized but he is
;
has already reached the head
: of the New. Deal.! -- -- ,
rope ,He had been working assiduous made an impassioned abreast '
keep;:
wages
It is said that the William Green stage, the Injection will mean a
;
k his Pennsylvania Dem-
ly"on scheme of
pet a security pact speech in favor of of living, he said at his case than would otherwise
severe
for eastern, Europe; and, although Germany ocrats are importuning the President to shorter work periods during which ha ence.

had scored,, him' for trying to take a hand personally, and perhaps said the federation can be expected to 'nj'ade.

balld diplomatic and economic ring make a speech in the state, in an effort mobilize Its economic strength to makea Purchase by the blood Injection must be
win physician. It is .not given stl'i ght.
to :
over rock-ribbed
Pennsylvania
about the reich, last June he personally \ concerted drive on Industry and of
million
l- and retire Senator Heed In a defeat acres blood Is mixed with a sterile solu-
negotiated an ,accord between owners of Industry for adoption of a whole f "
France and which could also be construed'as a land, from which of,sodium citrate, which} prevents
Germany that believedto
was six-hour day and five-day week and
will be
been or from clotting. The Injection
slap at f'lnchot.and
Andrew. Mellon.
give assurance of peace. that legislation by congress would be
L. Hopkins
ported by Harry a very simple matter.: Vials
Petrus Kalemen, the assassin; who sought at the forthcoming session so ministrator.
/-I OVEUNMCNT solution of sodium citrate
was quickly killed by the French 'po, crop benefit checks that there will be enforcement of this
VJ thedCpal'tDlents of
for than ) supplied by
more 2,000,000 have
)lee was found to have been travelingon economic reform, not to make less work
been) paid to farmers participating in 3,000 in Free Fight of many. states ,to practicing
a forged Czech passport: Two men for those already employed but to create -

who accompanied him on .his' missionof the production adjustment program, work opportunities for more people. at Go d- free of charge. Many phy-
according to figures compiled by the make a. practice of having f:!..
death were captured near: the Swiso Resolutions as adopted provide for free for
AAA. Some $:.r.000.000: ( ) additional Is :New York.-A on hand-always.: .I:
border, and another reduction in to result from
was being hunted no wages college'stu "
scheduled for payment under among City -best blood to get comes from
down In Fontainebleau forest Where programs :shorter work periods. I visit of 1C
'
the
now In effect, nearly CO cipitated by ; who Is In the convalescent
they came from and what organizationwas per John I... Lewis, president ofI1e
cent of it before the. end of this year., dents, .hereon a good-) of the disease. Five' cubic centi-
back of the" assassinations: had not United Mi Workers, won a victory
Thus, the farmers' stake in the AAA America. or one-sixth ounce convales
been learned'nt this writing. The when the convention voted unanimous ,out
palice approximates $1.000.000,000.() ( The visitors slipped a measles.Serum. will protect a
thought't1ley: belonged' to a secret ly for the organization of workers, into, at
hall the
Payments already made or to be of the great from measles. If this convalescent
Macedonian unions embracing whole Indus
revolutionary
society. single the
made before January are included In opposed groups among Is not available, then the blood
tries as distinguished from craft unions
beiabqred'ach
the estimate!? of the bureau of agricultural dents present person who has recovered from

CIVIL war In Spain was precipitated! ] economics; which.places' 1934: cash limited to particular trades. The 15 minutes. one to five years previously

I the radical elements, stalling: farm Income at about ,SG.OOO.OOJ.OOO( executive council was Instructed to Is- The Italians had been best.; More of this blqod Is
with a 24-hour general strike which sue charters ior the creation of national Frederick B.
President
compared to $5,1100,000.000 last year though. '
unions-.in the
': was declared by the Socialists and and $4..",'3,000,000( ) In 1032. and International ward Alexander, member peroon'ei':; rarely has measles
Communists : automotive, cement, aluminum and other "
in '
answer got
; tional Student league, The
Is: y Once gives.immunity: ,
:to the mass production Industries. "
'formation A +0 ROOSEVELT has made started to bring a message s generally! begin around
PRESIDENT
of a conservative gov J.-{ The council also was ordered to Inaugurate students,"
t"I:
it plain that the' Civilian Conservation slaved Italian and extend to spring. The

ernment by Premier : '! corps, one of the least criticized organization campaigns In City college strident ; ;: of an epideriiic Is usually reached
Alejandro Iron IndustrieS.'l .
,. Lerroux: under : i j features of bis recovery program Is the and steel I February or early March. But:

the domination of ')ttA to be continued Indefinitely. He wroteto federation. also went on recordin : Hauptmann Indicted occur nil the year round, and
reactionary Catholics. ;,t favor of tor the aged, for '
li ;
pensions
be the watch
': Robert Feclmer, director of the I wise to on as soon
Within a. few hours :/f: f corps, saying i mothers of dependent children and for I New Jersey for 'begins":there were'an ex-

'bloody conflicts broke sickness and unemployment benefits. Trenton N. .J.-Bruno number- of cases!: throughout
out In ffjJ} "I have been greatly Interested and .. I :
regions
many :P"1.ifl encouraged by the fine report from [[auptm nn's voice came United States last year. It 1 Is

.- and -C a t a lo n I a. theuorthcast :!iJllt tl "jour visits to CCC camps In many DIGNITARIES of t le.1toW':1n, Catho the months from a Bronx record to be 'proud of. .

the corner of parts of the country. from many lands and a New Jersey courtroom ""cannot emphasize too' strongly;

country, decided[ .. ""This pilgrims by the hundred thousand of should make. effort
,, : Companys kind of Work;: must go on. 1 name as the murderer (parents every
I- "
rnw. was the time to believe that the nation fl.els'that 'the gathered in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Lindbergh."The > their'chlldren from contract

,
establish!
'" Itself as *n independent republic. work;: of these young men Is so thoroughly for the thirty-second International voice of ) I disease= ; ,particularly children

the .' Luis Cornpanys, president of. )justified and. in addition, the Euchaiistic congress. Ship after ship voice I beard In the cem six years of age.. Also, specie
state,' '
'
announced : 'Ca tah.mla Is benefits the entered the haitfor laden with pious be taken keep t the -
to wen themselves! are so night when the $:0.000 [ should ;: to ;:

breaking Spain. 1 relations with the reit of clear that the actual "annu(11( cost will folk from Europe. Africa and all the paid," Col. Charles A. who Is ynder( par_ physically( on. ",,;-r
demand '
*
from complete discipline be met without mucn opposition or .Americas, and the city threw open its the Hunterdon county grand( of !ill health or lack of proper \

everjoue Lie called on Gen. much complaint." homes for their accommodation.) The ) .hmcnf" from CXPISII1'C'( ()

Domingo Itatet, commander of the Mr.( roc-finer had air ceremonies were The grand jurors- toll of
gar- reported to the picturesque open They leusles takes;: a big
rison at Barcelona clinching testimony
to swear. allegianceto Pipsident that the cost of the CCC during held in Palermo, park;: and other religious 'young: children and of under-
the 'indictment, charging :nurr
new regime, but, that wily sotBier Its eighteen months of'operation rites were celebrated in the nourli.lni ll! children. .

sparred for time! and before an had amounted to ?W3,000.000. magnificent cathedral. Western Newspaper Union..









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CHAPTER X dow in the deep walls. It was closely the little gray ship, hidden no doubton Quince-'a ,blue-eyed man Verily Stomach" At Times. Easy

I I -13- barred with Iron set hard In the old some flat among the weathered disaster was raining upon her from Now to Relieve.

dobe-and on a little stoneflaggedyard mesas south 'of town, to' take her and all: quarters. But she would, not sink,'
'!. Across the Rio Grande. below, the two women were Just bring her here. And what a get-away she would not give Up. Whatever Doctors say that much of the so-

k1 Frightened to her foundations, the seating themselves In I low chairs. They It had bcenlShe' seemed to be,. there. was' still behind called "indigestion from which so
girl clung to the high edges of the of, us suffer is really acid in-
i many
were soft of manner, gentle s ming.and.they Sonja, Savarln; was gone" com- it;all the sound of Starr Stone's voice
: cockpit and tried to l keep herself from digestion brought about by too
carried fans in the hot moonlight pletely, a helpless prisoner here in saying, ""I'd crawl around the worldto many acid-forming foods in our
r screaking. It was the first time !In
an alien country, In the very heart ot change'my,.-spots!" ''Whatever: he modern diet. And that there is now a
her life she had been off the
ever She was to be cared for-to the El Diablo's stronghold, .,her fate res't.Ing ,.had done, whatever'"'he 'had been, he way to relieve this often in
solid earth and seized her. The '
panic very letter of the law laid down by in the hands of the crudest killerIn was another man now:' It was In his minutes! ,

terrific roar of the powerful engine Manuel."I ., .all that turbulent .land If only eyes, In his heart In every tone of his Simply take Phillips' Milk of

filled the'universe, It seemed ; the night am on Thy lap, 0 Lord,"- the girl Fate permjtted; her, to see Starr,: Stone volcev The past and all It meant of Magnesia after meals. Almost immediately -

sky awed her with Its vast blue empti said inaudibly "Thy will be done." again, to,look into- his eyes,, to coin sin and 'shame1 were ,done He would this acts to neutralize the'

ness. Then she laid her tired body on the mune once more with ..the soul' l of"him ''change his'spots ihtreti l could : that'she stomach acidity that brings on your

..r.r.he'orld:. and all It held were bed and went to sleep. which, ,under all Its wrong ami l sin ;\\111 .,knew beyiind'all'-;donbting.-atla! '; ; trouble.stomach!I"You "forget' you have a

gone. They were headed south 1 South Late morning waked her, or perhapsIt spiritual loss was, yet the soul of'her_ The'; newcomers' had ipassed'fromsight
Take either the
toward Mexico I It was [ll I Capitan Try'this just oncel
of the bar slid predestined mate gentle.nnd steadfast '
the sound
was being and ou and the,Mexican-rilght familiar liquid "PHILLIPS' "
ndi or
Diablo who had her in his grip from its slot outside the door She and irrevocably her own 'And
hung Its" starry Jewels above.*,the now the convenient new Phillips'
Yet El Capitan was-he must be- opened her eyes to see the senora with she felt that It would 'be so; that he drowsing trees. And Sonya Savarin Milk of Magnesia Tablets. But be

riding slowly south somewhere In the a 'little wooden tray on which were was coming, would .soon :be here, sat by her barred window as' the sure you get Genuine "PHILLIPS'.

:; dark land below. Pondering this, she coffee steaming In a tiny pot, luscious though for what dire destiny only hours passed, her hands clasped in"
. saw the round gold edge of the moon heaven Itself knew. Also in Tablet Form*
fruit in and bread madeof
a ,
eggs cup her l lap, her face pale In the shadows. ',
:, come up across the world's far rim. some dark flour. So the long hot hours wore away* Phillips Milk of Magnesia Tablets ((,
I What: the morrow would bring she all
sale stores
are now on at drug
( \ It rose, swiftly and picked out the The woman smiled at her with a and twilight came, and with it again' did not know. Uneasy thoughts moiled everywhere.Each tiny M
! R rugged earth In stark shadows, ridgesof crinkling of all her brown face, andSonya the senora with more food. But Sonya tablet is the equivalent
In her mind. She heard
again the of a teaspoonful
,
silver. could not eat this time '
smiled back. of Genuine Phil *w
Servant of the Lord talking In Myra'9yard
t'' P Very soon her heart leaped to her "Good morning, senora," she said in Darkness fell] again, and once again at the dance at the Neidlingers', Milk of MagnesiaPHILLIP ._; ,

> throat for the'ship was falling by the English. "I thank you for these the late round moon came up, and one "Beelzebub-and the Blue-eyed One-
nose, it seemed, going sharply down. hlngs." of the little gray ships warmed up
where dark
danger they passed by-a
i And then. she saw some lights spreads "Good morning, senorita," the woman and took off into the starlit skies. form. hung on a cross." /1 i IL /1/a9ite
i; .:; the flat darkness-a landing field. answered. "I 'ope, you sleep veree Presently there were ,the soft steps
She shivered in the
warm night,
of women on the flagstones Just below
t In .incredibly short time the feelIng fine. ,
-. of falling passed and the ship "Yes, I did," said Sonya getting out the little noise of creaking chairs.' The hugged hSr irms across her" breast. Just So

j rS came" 'level again, touched, bounced, of the bed in her plain, undergarments, low intonations of their voices 'came "Beware, Innocent One, the mad "I want a soaring intellect."

, .: lifted beautifully, and came to rest which she had been forced to use as softly to Sonya by her. window.:! old 'man had said-and here was his "Then study, lad. Even birds

t on the earth. The man behind her nightwear, "and would. eat." They spoke In Spanish, as" did all j warning fulfilled., Here was the goal j have to, be taught to fly."

k, :-.5 5 reached around her, unbuckled' her She washed: her hands' and face' In the people here, "without tU regard: for' toward, which she had'turned. her face

:: safety strap, put his hands under her the ancient bowl I where the senora had the white woman; ,who. ;seemed"so' alien: Irrevocably when, she had looked in Clean PLUGS

'v: ;;' armpits, and lifted her to her unsteady poured the water from the pitcher, Apparently they had not. thought that Starr: Stone's eyes and followed him FOR
in spirit. All the good past, all her
feet. "If you please. Senorita," he dried on tho towel she gave her from she might understand.. POWERHave
.said in English and Sonyi} climbed out "It is warm, Conchita," the, senora work and her services, all the sane and MORE

.:;' into the upreached arms of the pilot. said, fanning: :'the heat is heavy this precious: things of ordinary life, were
gone like so much ,chaff in the wind
: She looked around-at' a small level rear.
because a'man had looked her with
"Si 'senora-hea\ as hear at
, t field, a hangar, another gray, ship beyond my
wild blue she turned and
and had
"Muchacha,! said the older woman, eyes
Its cpen doors, all plainly visible!
, "a woman's heart is made for aching. followed.
'
;
S in the floodlights that studded thefield's
It has been always; so." ,Now, that man rode by out there in
, E four corners. Then the two "
"But does one never find relief the dusk ,of an alien !land, prisoner;
( Mexicans took her arms, and they
, t', all walked across the lighted space senora? Does, one, not fp.rgetT she, sat Trembling here, a prisoner also,
"Si, with the years. Calm thyself and the morrow held their fate.
. !r: and out Into the moonlit darkness be-
, Conchita. There will be others." The morrow and El Capitan Diablo.
; jond a grove of trees. Here, the
"But none with such blue eyes, such
lights of a low, wide adobe house! ,
"
"i j
o' of the.hair..
gold *
I shone dimly ; a door stood open ; two r CHAPTER XI Your Spark
tell] the
"Perhaps.. One never, can
women in dark low-necked dresses CleanedBY
future." Plugs

waited Inside. "No," said Conchita, "there will The Empty 'Desert. THE NEW AC METHOD
"La Senorita," the pilot said ro neyer' be' another. -And once ,I was Back ,at the adobe, house of Serge

c them in Spanish "You will take her good for 'him-held l In his arms, livedon Savarin stark tragedy 'held sway.. .

to the guest'' cham'ber-and" her his kisses. Now he does not see' The sheep man himself was hardly only Sc a plug -

-company. me' with his eyes that stare ahead. HP accountable, raging with fear and an-

There was a marled'significance;: pushes me one side. =gently. but. still ger, bewildered entirely, at a loss to

in the last few words. (puts me away." understand his sister's disappearence. DirtyandOxide-Coated

""SI,"" the older of the women said "H'm," said the senora. "He .has No( one, had seen her., No one but ;, spark plugs mis-fire

I briefly. "I will take, good care of her." teen another, child. Best look ata Uo. teen Nez and a youth from Bad intermittently"-

I Sonya, speaking Spanish. AS well as new man-to forget., One, does: not, canyon, who had stopped to talk, with bing your car of power..

I .- they, listened tensely., "Build a new fire from dead ashesSay her about 'the sickness. That had been A thorough plug clean

i'c "And tender care, Carlotta," the mans Ihy prayers, Concha, and ask ,the Virgin In the morning, before.midd y. And 'R1sTERrD; ing will restore that

said, smiling meaningly. "She Is, as Mary to send you a new' man, one Parks at the store. Miss Savarin had '( power-save gas; and

you can see, very beautiful. I like" with blue eyes, to make you forget. been In-pretty late-for some 'small IA'J assure quick' starting.

this white skin, sunned, though It Is, "No-said the other, weeping, "never purchases.., SPARS PLUG You will find the AC

; S and the curls In. the hair. I am glad, ( unother-with blue e 'es." t He watched Serge narrowly as he CLEANING Spark Plug Cleaner at +
,
El DIa'blo cares only for pure gold Sonya' by, her window: stirred uneasily told him that. Didn't they find the STATION all better dealers,
'
blondes." "They Have Brought Him Back! ; things In her saddlebags Some garages, and service

j "You should wait, at least, the mas Oh, Madre!" She-felt abashed to listen, yet there 'thread and two'rolls of adhesive tape. stations. Replace
'
5' 5 ,ter's" decision as to what he likes, vas nothing she could do, ,.since she They would be there. Yes, Serge remembered Look for thebadly the worn plugs, of '

Manuel' the woman said. "But why 'her arm. Then she dressed, sat down would] not let them know she under they were. "Plug-In Tub"- course, with new ACs. x'

did Quatro send her?" by the table near iron-barred[ window I stood. And then, out of the silence, : But here Mr. Marston had stepped

"Because she caught him red-handed and fell to with 'a will. She was out of the vast diapason of seemingly forward, and Parks had looked at him Described "'
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: with a 'five-tael can of 'black mQlasses' young and very hungry, and the ex.cellen't Inaudible sounds that made that sidewise with guarded eyes. Was Miss "What kind of a guy is he?" "

I .. S -the blundering fool, to approach any food put heart In her for what' silence something struck. lightly on Savarin alone? Had Parks noticed "He radiates gloom.] "-Louisville

one with that in sight Well care for the day might bring.It her- ears. which way she rode when she left? Courier-Journal.

the pretty thing,' Carlotta until KlTapltan brought only the senora again to Horses' hoofs, far off, and slow, Alone yes. Young Doctor Sonya was

: I S returns. We'll, all know more take the things away, and the 'hours padding on hard sand, striking now always alone. Parks had never seen

then." dragged on leaden feet. She sat by and again against a stone, the, I later her riding with anyone. Since this MercoljzedJVaxra

And with a look at Sonya .from the-- window looking out across the rattle: of chain and :spur, the soundsof was the last_ place,'she had been seen, .

under Ius"level black brows he bowed stone-flagged yard at the tall trees riding men. would he, Mr. Parks, mind If they : iJ#
left of the grove through which ,she had The women below listened in sudden bit? ., .
and the house. looked about the store a :::': ::::>:> : i<:i .::::
'I t ....! "If thee Senorita weel! come weeth come the night before, at the trickle stillness, then .got to, their'feet.. swiftly. Looked about his store? Just what I ':'." .. : i .'}. i(

" f ;f- me," the woman said In pain'ful Eng of water that .flowed through it, at "Madre-look. ,quick !" the younger did they mean?' .. ,:.':./.::,"::
.
I lish. "You would eat? Drink? Some chickens,' ducks;; and little black- the said swiftly, 'there--I: the stable's A tide of red had come flowing up '...,..+..1, .: ..:,/
.fA ,"
,
haired children who there. She .
I wine before you, sleep, mebiby?" played ; lantern light. Quince' They have along the usually pasty cheeks of the ,',,',. : V :., ....... .. :'.:,' Y..
saw no men, heard no sound of any. brought him back Ol madre !I" : "'" :. .

I She"No,. thank stood you hesitantly: said, Sonya.her: hands And the day drowsed itself away. '"Be still,'" said the senora, "and storekeeper.They meant' nothing- only to look \ \'. ;i : : ;': ::;::/
.
Try as she would, her moiling brain come with me. If there Is no" ,food the last place a missing girl had
\ clasped before her. She had no about
< pos- would not relax.. TI oughts"races] when .the master Is ready}' the whip for admittedly, seen alive.If Young
:
been 7eeps
sessions to pick up. She had lost her :! ,
through It, one on'the heels of the our backs. Be ,quick.
I ,.' ,hat the first moment In the plane. And they meant Insinuate, Parks Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
-- other. Sonya leaped to her feet, ,her hands deadly cold. Mercolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invuablo,
.she realized suddenly. that she, was. What had happened to Starr Stone? clutching the old iron bars her face was Was particles of aged skin arc freed and all
insinuated nothing he
and
freckles
They
: ,weary to the bone. defects such as blackheads,ton,
Where was he? What would LI) Capi pressed close to, them. There had averse to their looking? largo pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully -
Whatever was to happen to her, she tan do with him? With her? So It In Concha's clear velvety and so soft-face Jooka
been something voice when Parks exploded. Look till l Wax brings out
they
:No Mcrcohzcd
younger.
.would not, help matters any by giving was opium which Parkshad dropped she'crIed "Quince Oh, madre 1" which' ased. your years, hidden beauty.At all leading druggists

way to fear and worry. at her feet In the heavy brass'con' explained her tears. pl TO BE CONTINUE. Powdered Saxohte-- i
i "I would sleep senora.. she said .tainer-and she, having seen it, was Reduces wrinkles and other Saiolite nge-siens.in hall-pint dim-
I "1 1. am very tired." all. And El Diablo ply dissolve one ounce face lotion.
a nienace to them witch hard and use daily ,as
.'. Th 1&< woman went, to a table of dark took few chances with those who knew I Trees ,in Kansas City Cemetery Claimed
.j Duck Farm
polished wood and picked up.a candle too much. He-crucified them. There
r burning steadily .In a silver candlestlck. was no mercy in that wild dark face' I One of the Finest Collections in World "So ;you run a .duck farm. Busi-

P, r Sonya followed her guide, down of his. A woman who knew too much One ot the greatest collections of 1 finer time the lighter colored underneath ness picking up?"

f' 1 r., a dark passage between thick whitewashed was just a .source of danger to himself trees to, be found in America Is within I sides of the leaves give a sll- "Nope. Picking dawn:'

f f ., adobe walls and Into a spa nothing more. She moved uneasily the boundaries of Forest Hill cemetery very sheen when ;a breeze lifts them
R cions high-celled room where old-rash- and found that the palms ofher In Kansas City, says the Kansas Into the sunshine. Bees are attractedby WNU-7 42-3Jfour.own

t c loned lurniture stood gauntly against hands were wet with sweat. City Star The variety of more than the fragrant blossoms.

f ,.. S .', the primitive plaster. I'wks-tlle: bland owner of a simple 'SO American, European and Oriental Those interested (In shrubbery will
S.. Here the woman left her, and 'soon store at a lost little station on the species, In beautiful, mature spec!i. see charmingly dispersed'or grouped 0 I

returned with a pitcher of cold water cross-continent railroad. Parks-who mens' are planted and living: under many native and foreign specimens,

and a silver cup. could so easily send small flat cans of Ideal conditions.As each a beautiful individual M

She asked again; if the senorita de contraband to New York city In cratesof one passes from Troost 'avenue After passing around the lagl/on and druggist is authorized -

'S '. aired anything more, and finally des ,Innocent western produce: "lettuce. through the west entrance Into Forest I I arriving in the, extreme southeast cor, to cheerfully refund if your

; .. parted. .Sonya was dismayed to heM I say, from the Imperial valley, or .even Illll, the first drive to the right ner, on the right of the drive, Is seen not money relieved on the by spot CreomulsioitTHE you are.
,'fi : the unmistakable fallin; of a bar bales of hides. She' knew now why lids lot feet, past two striking !Euro a Japanese pagoda tree. Its snapelyj

."ucross," the,heavy door. Slowly she undressed she had always\ disliked him, why she rein linden .trees on the left. Tree smooth-barked trunk and long, slen-

I ',' ; herself. blew out Use candle. had felt a repugnance to his speech lovers have long admired their twin- der, greenish branches are identified

I .." ; But a thought came to. her' suddenly. I his oily handshake. like symmetry. The bark Is finely easily. It is' an odd tree and sometlmei

! \ and she wont. softly to. the ,one win And It was Parks who had sent grained and light ,171":1.>. In the sum Is called the scholar tree.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 103*.
PAGE FOUR

1

Lawler did grand at her first even more Important to her than the LOCAL BOY RATES, 100 PERCENT 1934, In Hendry County, Florida, for
Mrs.
The Clewiston News I In but after the highways of her own county. IN COLLEGE TESTS the purpose of deciding whether the

attempt years, fall Over these roads, In an endless sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or
Published Friday in Clewiston, whistle blew, she took a nasty stream, Miami bound motorists speed Edwin O. Ward, son of Mr. and 'beer shall be prohibited in said coun-

every that bruised her arm. I and comfort. The Mrs. A. O. Ward, was one of the 18 ty. The time and place of voting
the CLEWISTON NEWS, southward in ease
Florida, by Dorothy Lockhart had iceskatedall through 67 students among 851 who received a shall be the same as for the General
Miami
Inc. her life (Nova Scotia you know) counties road to and it passes pays a mighty divi- rating of 100 percent 'in mathematics Election to be held on said date.

Keathley Bowden, Editor but this was her first roller-skating, dend to the Magic City. placement tests given recently WILLIAM T. HULL,
She could skate wonderfully but had 5 and at the University of Florida. Ed- (SEAL) Clerk Board of County
state roads
trouble with the starting and stop Traveling over win is a Freshman.The Commissioners Hendry
mail m.U- 19 last week, I counted 386 foreign
second class
Entered as ping. Florida Alligator, weekly County, Florida.
1, 1927, at the Post cars, carrying an average of four per- 'of' '
ter February Bald-headed John Dowd from newspa"per the University, said:
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Haven had plenty of fun with sons, mostly Legionnaires from "The results of the mathematics
Moore > Southwestern states who found this
the Act of March 3, 1897. placement tests were made knpwn
his skates. route the shortest and most conven- J Wl (GO USE
of Dr. *
office
stuck to this week from the
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Mrs., McKenzie (F. A.) ient. of
Simpson, head of the department
as
is doing
Advertising rates en application. it with persistence and Road crews who smooth the rough Counselor and Attorney at Law
mathematics."The
well as lots of the young bloods. I cpots in Escambia, Lee, Duval and ev- tabulated! results of the stu-I Hopkins Building
and
Devoted to the advancement Hendry And now we've had an honest-to- ery other county are engaged in maintaining dents taking the tests the majorityI Wednesdays and Saturdays
welfare of Clewiston and counterfeiter in our midst. "Road to Miami." Guard
I goodness the I were freshmen, comparatively few 9:30 to 4:00
County. I He was under suspicion and the case rails, highway markers, firm shoulders upper-classmen. The percent of high

was being worked on last Friday but. and banked curves all serve to papers were evenly distributed a-

wasn't ready for publication as no hasten the tourist o'n his journey schools. Two out-of-state
of I mong state VBBHQBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBDEEP
The Cuban treasury was robbed arrest had been made. It was a bad south, a fact which Miami, St. Peters- schools figured in the 18 high score_
had
$150,000. Evidently somebody break to have to wait a whole weekto burg, Palm Beach and other famed ROCK WATER

been paying taxes. I tell you about It, but since theeauioment resort cities should not overlook. papers.
was confiscated there I "Out of the 851 papers there were
Five Gallons 25c
Some people are wondering whe- hasn't been an additional danger of only 18 who received 100 percent. ,
End Poverty With all the confusion ,in connection Among the list which followed was
to getting
is going and quarters
ther Sinclair the half-dollars Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and
with the proposed Homestead Edwin O. Ward of Clewiston.
Californiain
California, or End intocirculation. Elbert Stewart helped -
: in Amendment'oCne Fridajs. Leave order at B & B store.
Poverty. 'inVthetase:: by first reporting it Exemption thing Your business appreciated.G. .
ought to be perfectly clear to the'I
to 4he' sheriff. Some of the money ELECTIONTo
I NOTICE OP
I matter P. BarrowBBBKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHB
him to on, otherwi? perplexed voter; no .
brought in for pass
Elmer failed to arrive in Miami wasj he has of Hendry County, of
.If I counterfeit. The how he marks his ballot positive the Sheriff
It
for the Legion convention, we feel and! he declared the State of Florida:
the merchant who presented it said 'he assurance from both proponentsand Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray,
sure he wasn't missed among ; and would get exponents that his vote' is cast Secretary of State of the State of Flor-
of it
few dozen other! people there. was' suspicious for the sole benefit of the bold, bad ; ida, do hereby give notice that a .*.*.* *.* * *.* .* tM* */
I his money back. So Stewart told the GENEDAL ELECTIONwill M* ***>%*%*%*%*%***%* *%***%.* **%*%**:MIN>*%%*%*%*
I bondholder. The question, however, I be held In Hendry County Stateof
went to the merchant -
their choice of Sheriff, and Sheriff remains shall we take the tax OFF Florida, on Tuesday next succeedingthe |; E'VOmGLADES |
take ,
can in
called a
Tampans i} and together they first Monday in November, A. D.
two interesting events today-foot-Ii federal operator and made the ar -and the answer is YES. 1934, the said Tuesday being the ::: \ :::
SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor I1. EBAL's'
ball game and brewery opening. rest. It was Cody Bare of Hookers United States Senator, .:. I UJM\ '

Tampa Tribune. Sure nobody I Point, and'the counterfeiting outfit CROUCH RESIDENCE !I For Representative In Congress Stateat :: 'E- OMEFuneral _:
large.
chose both? was In his home. He had made noth- BEING CONSTRUCTED: For Representative of the First Con-1.Y Y

ing 'but half-dollars and quartersand gressional District of the State of ? ?

It would be a good idea for all had not passed many of them.A A six room residence for M. H. gress Florida, of In the the United Seventy-fourth States. Con- X:r: Licensed Directors *

ladies who are planning to be kid- lot of us nave gone to the Legion Crouch, which will be occupied by For Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof ._:. and Embalmers l ..;

napped to have some new pictures convention this week. It's a list the owner when completed, has been For Two the State Railroad of Florida.Commissioners of the 'i' f

made. Old fashioned hats can look as long as those who went to the I begun this week by J. F. Tippey, local State of Florida. I J:;: Ambulance 'Service Xi :

SO old fashioned. Fair. And those of us who went contractor on an attractive location For State Senator for Twenty-fourth of : *, 5:
Senatorial District of the State
neither, to, the Worlds Fair nor to containing a lot and a half Florida. I! :r't: CLEWI&TON, PHONE 328 :|.

Kings may be figureheads. Alex- the Legion convention will just be next to the new F. M. Wright homeon For One Member' of the House of Rep- Y >*

ander left a ten million dollar for- I out-classed, I guess. If we under- Osceola street. resentatives of the State of Florida. ..:./ PAHOKEE, PHONE' 2301 :.j.:

tune. It is not to be expected thata The home according to the For County Attorney. IA
the new .
stand the matter correctly For Five County Commissioners.For
. . .
U. S. president, on a salary, one- crowds in Chicago don't even com- contractor, will be among the most Three' Members of the County ...rN. .N.N/N. .NIN. .N.N.N.N.N.N.NIN. .N.N.N.N.N.NIN. ..,,N.....
Board of Public Instruction.For I
fourteenth as much as the Jugo to the crowds in Miami. Miami, attractive in Clewiston. It will be
pare Justice of the Peace in and for
Slavian king received, could do as says the newspaper down there 40 by 44 feet and will be of frame, the following. Districts, viz: No. 1. I

well, even though he stayed in office "stands amazed at the frolics and construction with bevel edge siding. For Constable in and for the following

indefinitely.It's antics of the visitors." Never mind, Particular care will be taken with Justice Districts, viz: No.-.
In Testimony'Vhereof, I
most of the folks back home would the interior finish and the best of I have hereunto set my I You Wreck 'Em

a funny world. Most of the stand amazed, to put it mildly. materials will be placed in the I hand and affixed the

nice things said about the LaFol- home. The approximate cost will be.. Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee We Fix 'Em
lettes are by folks who don't live in ,
.,. .. .... . . . . .. $3,200. a the Capital, this the
_* ..MNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . first of August, A. D.
Wisconsin and most of the nasty -.N.-.N.-.NNN. . A two-car garage has been com- (SEAL) day
.
things said about Huey Long are by t' t pleted on the lot. 1934.R. A.GRAY, l| PAINTING BODY ANDFENDER

folks who don't live in Louisiana.- :|: TOO LATE TO :: Mr. Tippey will also begin withina Secretary Sheriff of State.Hendry WORK
To Hon. H. L. DeLaney,
Palm Beach Times. A. prophet in I TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
few days construction of a build- County. LaBelle, Fla. .
I
his own country isn't the same, you ;I:!t CLASSIFY I :: ing on the highway for Mrs. L. O. No. 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct '-121926Nov. ;
2.NOTICE.
: .:.
know.A .. .:. Holdsworth. The building is plan- I Done by An Expert

f f ned to occupy the fifth lot on the '
.. .. OF ELECTION TO DECIDE I' Courteous Service
check for $103,000 was received -
.:. .:. highway from 'the Alston corner WHETHER T }'SALE OF INTOXICATING
in Pahokee last week by the .:. BY .:. will i Work Guaranteed.
east. It will be_ 18 by 45 feet and LIQUORS, WINES OR

Town of Pahokee from the PWA to RUSSELL KAY be built around a Spanish patio. Mrs. BEER SHALL BE PROHIBITED IX I i I Prices Reasonable. ,.- .,
for the waterworks system. It
pay Y. : Holdsworth expects to occupy the HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.

came by mail but was escorted to } building herself with a gift and nov- I PIONEERService

the bank by the mayor, town clerk, 1:N:N:..:NININ 1 1 :N 1/N N:N:N:N 1 N:N 1 N 1.NIN:N:N 1.N N:..:N:N:N:. elty shop which she will operate. Pursuant to resolution providing !
I for and calling an election to decide I I
chief of and city attorney.
police StationBELLE
Mrs. Holdsworth and
Sarasota's alert Tribune view Mr. and whether the sale of intoxicating li- j
And they could have been forgiven if I
,with alarm the southward march of their associate, own the entire five quors, wines or beer shall be prohib-| GLADE PHONE 10

they had added a brass band. a restless homeless horde, that for lots and plan at least one other ''ited in Hendry County, Florida, notice Wrecker Serv:ice at All'Hours

want of a better name we have corn building on the corner lot ;within a is hereby given that such election ,
The Pahokee News and Philoso- I
will be held November ,6th'
to term as "floaters." short time. on
phy with Louis Goolsby ps editor
While we advertise the charm:
and publisher reached our exchange
and advantages of Florida to the
table last week. The paper -was be-
world the Tribune cautions that wi
gun a few :years ago with Mr. Gools
should emphasize the fact that while
by and Charles Barfield as co-pub: n FOR SALE H F
Ushers Mr. Goolsby left after the the state may be a heavenly part of zH :

earth it is not'an earthly part of heaven ... : '
first several months and Mr. Bar-

field continued alone, publishing the upon and ,is the subject same to economic, and dependent law;- _; Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment H_ :

paper regularly until its suspensiontwo
t that govern other parts of the na fX
and one-half months ago with
.:.
tion. .' :z:
thE) August 3rd issue. Mr. Goolsby : '

ti has recently taken over the printing Like every other state, Florida i is '

shop and revived the weekly whichhe confronted with her own local relie :t1 i: :!:: ':.i.! ::!:

was instrumental in founding.RAMBLINGS. problems and this heavy influx of YrV Xt

unemployed: and destitute "floaters'

makes that A .. 'I. :z: I
F probablem more comp'exwith ; .. .
.:..:..:.._._.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<..:-<-<..:.._) additional mouths to feed am ,.z.. ..:.. 41c: .. ..z.Y :.

idle hands to find employment.The : xy

problem Is a serious' one am .. .t. ..:... A.z. .z..

.1 no intelligent solution has been pre; .. .:. I

sented. Some counties make, a practice ... x

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<..) of gathering these indigint ..:;.. ..:.. t .;. ..z.:. ..
and escorting them to the count; : :z: .:. ,
:: a, -
Well, we were right about the line to dump 'them unceremoniousl: :.:!: :. i .;:. :i: Is

skating rink. It has certainly pro- on the shoulders of a neighborly;; H. 3 ( .. h Z ..

vided lots of fun and attracted territory which at best is a buck .. .:. .:.. :::
..
+
crowds from Moore Haven and .. .&. : .z.
even passing maneuver that only serve & .:. ..
Belle Glade and Pahokee. The side- & i '.z. :::
to aggravate the problem. ::. ..
y :
lines are plenty of fun, but the skat- FERA officials, relief workers am .:.. ..:.. ... .&:..
..
ers seemed to be having even more welfare agencies ,in other state ,!. .':. : iS : ..:-.. .z. cAy -

so we' decided to get a little first- could do Florida a good turn am ... ? y.z.

hand information on the, subject. It perhaps save many heartaches if .. ::: I ,.': I ..;.. :z.z.y ::
.
was first-hand, too, for never before they would point out to these southbound I Y x i'r *' I yA t

even in our long distant youth, had "floaters" the fact that Flor YAA

we ever tried such, and say, it was as ida has no big mills or Industries, .. ... A:

much fun as a three-ring circus. that her, farms and groves are already ., .;. ::z: -, .,ci'y .H. :.i.:: :?.:.:

Some of our impressions are: over-manned and nothing bu t I ::: .. .:. .z.

It's not altogether the falls you disappointment awaits those wh),I .z.r. '.z...' sa a ti S ..:'.. ....

get that hurt you. Those you don't reach the state without means 01 r' .:. .. .. .:'

take can give' you an awful, wrench, support. I.,. ...!... ..;.. ..::.. It
__
too. The Tribune points out that il t .. + :::

The skate's weigh about 8 ounces would not discourage those reall;r .. ::: ::: ..

each when you first put them on:, determined to come to Florida. The; ::: .i. .Y.

and about 8 pounds each an hour will have enough perseverence tc<) : .Y. : :

later. come anyway and MAKE\ places fOI; :!: ::: Pay The Balance Like RentWE :;.: ::

\ The most common remark of the themselves, but it would discourage< z :
women who fell '.. BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ..i.. :::
was "And I wantedto those who look upon Florida as ai l .. :z: HAVE HELPED

single tell time.my "husband I didn't fall a free asylum ready to furnish them j l :;: :::: YOU CAN OWN YOUR, OWN HOME :tI. :=

living.


-learned place The: he manager to had skate been.said easier people than here any the the While problem building Miami of and contributing may maintenance grumble towarc over 01[iB:I. Clewiston Home Building Association U 4-


Mi's. Poole and Mrs. Mitchell were velvet highways through the virgii ::: .;-

high-stepping It'out, the ether morn-,woods of unpopulated 11orth'n<] I :A ...;.. PHONE 102 :.r.. ...

int.- '". .. .IY'Rt FII'hl"'PhUJHlpII: thosa: l'OIIA"; I v _.... I
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS
/
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1934

..
-- ---

r I -- NOTICE OF :MASTER'S SALE

: (ww:+..... :---w--- : : :(..: :..:..:..: :->-:-" Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Achard, Mrs.J. of. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
and Mrs. Buckley
'II X M. Baker
Mention"X"X i spent the week-end in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Personal Fort Myers
::
5: s Clewiston with Mr. and Mrs. Albert. the undersigned Special Master in. .. -

s .. .. .. ............. Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -
. .
x Jewelry
.j I ........!.-.-.!"X"X X"X-X"X x x Hill. of foreclosure entered in that Watches"Clocks

in Min pending in the Circuit Rear or
Loltln spent Sunday certain cause
I .
I
'.. Aml. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christopherhave Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit ClcttKton Drug. CompanyJewelry

i moved to Clewiston from of Florida, for Hondry County, in

n I.Z'u Moore Haven. Mr. Christopher is Chancery, wherein The Clewiston Repairing
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent corporation, is plaintiff, -
connected with the governmentwork. Company, a W. H. MERRITT
the week-end in Miami. and Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A.
1 i WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
r.I Nelson, his wife, are defendants,

, J j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simms visited -- will, on Monday, November 5, 1934, CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.
of Kansas
Fred L. Williamson between the hours of eleven o'clock, O. Box 521
Sunday.
I f : friends in South Bay City and Jess Alhands of Peora, Illinois A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., at the "We Are Here To Stay'Nei '

/ both residents of Clewiston a front door of the County CourtHouse
Mrs. Paul Ewing is spending several few years ago, were in town on business 8 RING %.4: :: IM NSAKE in LaB:1'e, Florida, offer for

days in Miami this week. this week. ERNSEAN sale and Fell at public outcry, to the

l -- the best following and highest described bidder real for propertyin cash, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ;..:..:,:..:..:..:..:..x..:..:..: '

Fred Stewart H spending this Dr. W. J. White spent several :: Florida, to wit:

week in Miami visiting friends. days here the first of the week tak- L Lot Hendry Twenty-four County, (24), in $:; and Used ;:y;:;


,, F. A. McKenzie and A. H. Davis ing care of Dr. SchiffH's practice Le- Block Three Hundred Sixty Sev- ::
; '" while Dr. Schiffll attended the |:: FURNITURE _i
4 i are on'a business trip to Jackson- gion convention in Miami. eli (367) ; Lot Thirty-one (31), y

: vllle. Plutarch Block Three Hundred Fifty | y
;
. y
1 Mrs. J. F. Tlppey, Mrs. Zerney Eight (358) ;' Lot Twenty-one

; ,,':,alph. Stoutmire of Gainesville Monday Meredith and daughter, Patricia And BeansWHEN (21), in Block Three Hundred *:i: BELLE GLADE ::f
business
'wary in Clewiston on A, A. Munroe and Lot
Ann and Mrs. Seventy-seven (377) ; and

,. "*. Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent Wednes- Plutarch advised "ab- Five (5) in Block Two Hundred |:: FURNITURE COMPANY :=;:

day In West Palm Beach. from beans" hewasn't in the City of
Three (203)
Miss Mildred Osteen of Fort My- speaking dietetically.In |
|
Florida
-r visiting her sister, Mrs. R. C. fact he makes himself quite Clewiston as per the plat of the :;: Belle Glade,
Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Schaaf came Plan of Clewiston as recorded .s.
q clear, continuing thus: "that is, General : To Theatre :$:
.!f oNling up from Coral Gables to spend the keep out of public offices, for in Plat Book 2, pages 7 .{: Next Door y;


".< Vivian Smith spent several ,days conducting week-end in services Clewiston at the, Rev Community :'. Schaaf- anciently of state was the choice made by of the beans.officers" to to satisfy 14 Inclusive said decree, and all costs. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..v:-

this ,week with Mrs. V. N. Green at Church Sunday evening for the The modern trend however, ia' ALLEN CLEMENTS, -

South Bay.Dir not to keep out of public offices, Special Master in Chancery.
last time. but Into them and bear p_EHBBBEHHBHBHHBBBBnHHBBBBHB
\. to get EVANS. MERSHON & SAWYER1st H Jjn
and Mrs.. R. Preece of Atlanta one's share of the load of public National Bank Bldg. .. .JACK'S FAMOUSChop an
business visitors 'here the first Friends of Mrs C. L. Downs were responsibility. Also, the modern Miami, Florida )
p were that her condition has so trend is to eat beans. They pro- a .
delighted for Plaintiff.No. S "
week. Solicitors
of the Dinners
vide for modern tasks. Suey
.... energy
, much improved that she was permitted Serve them in whatever way 41-Oct. 121926Nov. 2. Q

s' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnside of by her Miami doctors to returnto you like=string beans, lima 5 Tuesday from 0:00 to 8:00 3S

: Dade City were visitors in Clewis- her home here. Mr. Downs who beans, oven-baked beans. But, if r rS1'E'IAL
had spent several days ''with his wife you want to spend your summer NOTICEIn *
ton yesterday. IIROILKD: H1K.IU
*
at the hospital brought her home days In the healthful sunshineand
and avoid the tedious shelling, compliance with Section 305 HH Hium'rrj hur-dn)' .Si itH |:
Glade
P. G. Bishop of Belle Monday. slicing and oven-baking, keep a Compiled General Laws of Florida, n .. '-.. -.- -- H
; Miami, was a business vistor here stock of canned beans on hand. notice is hereby given that the :i---
n
y.l I this week-end. F. E. Sternberg, produce buyer, of They are nourishing and delici Board of County Commissioners of Watanabe Hot*** R RMrs.

:\"j Haines City Is here for the bean and ous. Here are some good recipes. Hendry County, Florida, has appointed -I .
;I 1+. H. Maxi,'r.il, I'ro. q
I Mrs. G. O. Wallace and son, of tomato season, and is located at Tested Recipes the following election officers >17lrrrrrrri

Indiantown were visitors in Clew- the Watanabe Hotel. Mr. Sternberghas for each of the precincts of >I.ilrrrrrrrrrrrrril
I '
';. Iston Thursday. many friends through the region Stringless Beans, Hollandaise: Hendry County, Florida, to hold the I
Heat the contents of one No. 2 can General Election on November 6,
WhO welcome his return; he has
of strmgless beans, then drain '1934 I
I :
Mr: and Mrs. Sam Berry and spent several seasons in the Ever saving the liquor for soups. To Clewiston:
One (1)
daughter, Jacqueline, are spending glades. of hot medium white Precinct ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
one
cup Charles Lovvorn, Clerk, Mrs. Dorothy -
;_, this week in Pahokee. sauce add one-fourth cup mayonnaise WrightF. REQUEST
: Turner, Mrs. Josephine
lemon
.1;, Among the registrants at the" and two tablespoons R.. Maxwell, Inspectors, H. Hines, \
, ; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Grover of,Tan- juice. Stir until smooth. Pour C.a E. STEBEL
: Clewiston Inn this week were G. E. over the hot beans and serve at Special Deputy, Polling Place: City

: ,I berry, ,; Delaware, were transacting Trevor of Tarpon Springs, H. E. Mc- once. This makes six to eight I Hall. Electrical Contracting

I'): business here Wednesday. Willlams of Tampa, C. M. Cooper of servings. Precinct Two ((2))-East LaBelle:

Fort Myers, R. W. Bryan of Aubnrn- Lima Beans and Tomato Salad: 1 Mrs. Nellie Bush, C'erk, Mrs. F. A PHONE 2121
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer and Dip two large tomatoes in boiling Theodore Yeomans.
i ,,' dale E. H. Baker of Tampa, K. M. Dougherty, FLORIDA '
Mrs. 'Dyer of Labelle were in Clewis- Reid and G. T. Coldren of Miami, water, then in cold and remove Mrs. Sallie Magill, Inspectors, M. F. PAHOKEE,

ton visiting friends Sunday. Lakeland, W. G. the skins. Chill, cut in halves Yeomans, Special Deputy. Polling
I I J. P. Johnson of and place one-half on each leaf Place: Old Pool Hall. Agent for
i'. : Smith of Orlando, S. O. Harrell of of lettuce. Combine one-half of ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oblschlager of Lakeland, R. P. McBride of St. the contents of a No. 2 'can of Precinct Three (3)- West La- GENERAL

, "'. Hanftnond, Indiana, were over night Louis, G. Posey of Lakeland, Mr. lima beans with one small onion Belle: J. H. Booth, C'erk, Dillon RANGES AND
I" j chopped Hall, Mrs. Lillle Rogers, Mrs. Rose
visitors in Clewiston Sunday.I Illinois minced, four tablespoons APPLIANCESFOR
Milo of Fairbury, -
\ I'' and Mrs. Beyz Edw. Yeomans
to Inspectors
celery and salt and pepper Murray
I I I and Miss Bertha Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris of Perry taste.: Moisten with four table- Special Deputy. Polling Place: Ever-

1)) H Mra. J. M. Couse L. R. Campbell of Tampa, V. A. spoons of mayonnaise and pile on I ett Hotel.,
were
ft, Gram of Moore Haven guests. Long of Elaine and G.: L. Lillard of top of the tomato halves. This Precinct Four ((4)-Denaud: L
V Mrs W. F. Simpson Wednesday.Mrs. Warfield Rogers of "Memphis serves four persons.*
Burchard
; lk.of Memphis, D. Baldwin, Clerk, R. M. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kitchen of Berton E. Poor Clyde Haskew, Inspectors -

.. 'C. F. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robold, G. A. Graham, Special Dep- ENGRAVEDChristmas

Vaughn', Jr., and Miss Isabel Arm- Ketterer and uty. Polling.Place, Duval Garage.
of Jacksonville, J. F. In the "Uood Old tmesr'In Cards and
entro t'were visitors in West Palm Frank Friednoodle of Jacksonville. 1078, when a patent! was grunted Precinct Five ((5)-Felda: Bill

Beach. \ for "n new spinning engine" one of the Maddox, Clerk, A. C. Lowry, Charles StationerySEE
Lancaster, J. T. Warnock, Inspectors Personal
Mr. and Mrs. Don Waters and idumtnges claimed for It wns that
G. C. Thompson of Bowling Green, U.: R. Tanner, Special Deputy.
daughter, Gypsy, left Monday morn- with It D child of tlnee or four years
Kentucky, stopped In Clewiston Sunday Polling Place: Gay's Old House.
ing in their canoe with outboard mo- Ilf nge could do us much work ns a

i en route to ,Miami to the Legion I II tor for Fort Myers after spending hlld of seven or eight.-n\chinge.! : (SEAL) F. L. '''DUNAWAY, Evelyn Hare
convention.
,I three days In Clewiston. The Waters Chairman Board of :

were delighted with the Lake Okee- County Commissioners
Mrs. Arthur Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. RepresentingWALLACE
1 I chobee section,, enjoying particularly Hendry County, Florida.
NOTICE
: Sias, MTS. Glen Etherton and Mrs. ATTEST
:
levee work, the YORK
the interesting BROWN'NE\V
F. R. :Maxwell were shopping in Fort WILLIAM T. HULL, I ,
I Myers Friday. splendid climate and the hospitalityof In compliance with Section 297 Clerk. .

: Mr. Waters, a regular of Florida,
I I the people. Compiled General Laws No. 44.-Oct. 26.II. .'
I contributor to Motor Boating, made notice Is hereby given that the County -
Mrs. 'W. M. Redelshelmer came --
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II of Hendry 'Coun- ----
thrO\.igh Everglades Commissioners
is vis the trip the.

I, largely because of a report of unfavorable ty, Florida at a meeting held on . . . . . .... .........................................................11.
.
.... .
viesting conditions, insects and Wednesday, October 17th, 1934, for ..-....-...-..-....-......-.....-....-...-..-...M.-...-...-...-...- .-...NN,. .. .--.NNNNNN... .,.-..-- .
i'
and revising ..
which was made the purpose of examining -- :.
other
annoyances ..
: of
books Hendry
the registration
visitor in one of the ..
former
.. Mrs. T. P. Turner and George by a County, Florida, erased therefromthe XI .s.
Turner";of Avon Park are spendingthe national magazines. Mr. Waters says names of all such as have died,

week-end with Mrs. Turner'sson he expects to picture the Evergladesin or removed from the county, or from t tURSE

I I son, Harry" Turner. its soon true light in Motor in an article Boating to, and appear or one who district are to otherwise another disqualified In the county to, \\\)1\) CLEWI5t. IrON i fiOLF


, Joan 'Crouch, Carleen and Bobby that it will reflect most favorablyupon vote as follows: ,.

I Rerner'attended a borthday party in the country and Its people. Precinct one (1) : Walter Har- .t. r.f I

Lake Harbor last Thursday for Joy grove, John C. Hoats, W. R.; Livings.Mrs. I : D..)

f, Crouch 'and Charles Burkett. POT-LUCK SUPPER ENJOYEDBY Tom Marby, L. E. May, JaKC "" .

4 VISITORS ON BOAT McClain, Fred G. Polk, Joseph Pil- I { ..t..
; ;
low, George Schavermann, W. D. ;;; -
Mrs. Grace Cahill, an office em- ::
'
Tidwell., ,, ;::; ,
:
Waters "
Don were ,
Mr. and Mrs. I
.
ployee of the E. H. Latham companyleft t '>
Precinct two (2) : H. L. Heath, <" : .t.
Saturday for a two weeks' stay honor guests at a pot-luck supper : p-- .z-.
Mae Heath, G. T. Maglll.,
I at her 'home in Columbus, Oh'io.Mrs. given on board Captain Lockhart'sboat 't.'t. 0o
I on Lake Okeechobee Friday ev- Precinct three (3) : W. P. Gregory i :'t.r.
Theodore Jones, Hazel Jones
Harry Turner, accompaniedby ening. Th s. D. Nobles, S. J. Owens, Ale'l : I
her mother, Mrs. H. L. Delaney The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. 's. I
,
of LaBelle left this week for a ten Grover C. Poole, Mr and Mrs.I. M.
and New York. Pafford, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Precinct four (4) : Albert Dyess, :Vk
day trip to Baltimore
Orin Carlton, Captain and Mrs. William Lawrence Precinct Douglas.five ((5), : Arthur How- 4Openi 11 11't' o DthePllb.1 I _

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lock- ard. ,;

Mrs. Orin Carlton spent Sunday at hart, John Poole, Ann Pafford and And that the County Commissioners I

the Lake-Placid Country Club witha the honor guests, Mr. and Mrs. Waters of Hendry County, Florida, will 't''t.. ; :i:

party of friends from Moore Hav- and daughter, Gypsy. meet on Monday the 29th day of October 't.

I en.'I' 1934, at 10:00 A. M. at the

-'.--. A. DISTRICT MEET Court House in the City of LaBelle, 's't:: / |

'I'' r Miss Edna Culbreath attended the NEXT WEEK IN FT. MYER&_ Florida, for the purpose of restoringto ,t. .""'""IIIII.. I :

":\ Tlorida-N o r t h Carolina football the said registration books any ,.. I
yc of the foregoing names which have .s. .
:
A game in Tampa Saturday In company A district Parent-Teachers Association t 'i
will be held at the been wrongfully or erroneously eras- i :.
with a party of friends from Paho meeting ::
stricken off, provided such i I Fees
ed or Green :
kee. Morgan Hotel in Fort Myers on ModeraExceptiIntere :e .
0 person shall make such fact appearto .l
,! Tuesday, October 30th. Luncheonwill the satisfaction of said Board of 's. :
Fairways
r'. :' Mrs. B. E. Herring will return be served free by the Fort My- County Commissioners.SEAL :: nal

this week-end from Portland, Penn- ers group to all attending the distract ( ) F. L. DUNAWAY, ting Greens ; I i iI

sylvania, where she visited briefly meet. All who wish to attend Chairman Board of !;

r on a trip north to accompany her should notify Mrs. G. C. Poole before County Commissioners ..t..t'I I ...t.S *.

, mother, Mrs. A. B. Hunt and her Sunday, so she can make reservations Hendry County, Florida. ::: "


\. i '.",''" grandmother Watetgap, Delaware, Mrs. J., to D. West Baigrie Palm: of I group. State with Superintendent the Fort W.Myer C:. ATTEST WILLIAM: T. HULL, I..................._............r .....=....,....t... '' : ..............'j.... :; 1...x.; .., ....;........: ...............:--;.
will be
Bea6h where theyy will spend the Cawthon of Tallahassee pros Clerk. '

winter) Ant &( the mttln{ i No, lam-Qet. at, ?
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At the Hospital I Little Girl Allure ".
I
First Nurse-How's business at ... ,
the hospital? I IJ
PATTERN 9088 r
Second Ditto-So quiet you can OUR COMIC SECTION

hear a man's fever drop. '
... ., ) :.:/ .-'r C\\ -

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: L"" i(

-- J FINNEY OF THE FORCE Numb j f i14, ; .. '''. : .-,.

.

Why\ the Sudden WHUT ARE I t I I 1'I' lI 1LHt/ :'( ARE.ELL, NoW--WHUT I "" .I':.'.

1Hf FOIVE NICKLES/! / i] SWAN COLlLO A '- -.i'; GIlZ;, ..

Change to Liquid SENSES HEM// HEM I HEARIN'-' 60'DY')0 vitTNSMELLU ,. .
\ -
puT BEST ? '

Laxatives ? KNovVJ "TAS-r'N'-' '.

1 AND III

FeeLIII\ ...

Doctors have always recognized the .' .;-:
value of the. laxative whose dose can
be 'measured, and whose action can
Li\
need.be thus regulated-to suit individual.


The public, too, is fast returningto
the use of liquid laxatives.:: People I
have learned that a properly pre- I'4I t

pared liquid laxative:: brings a more
natural movement. vyithout any discomfort -
at the'time, or,after.

The dose of a liquid laxative can .
be varied suit the needs of the ..
Jo ,. .l'P .- ;..:... .
thus be -
individual. The action can

regulated. It forms no habit; you $EtsoRRAN AND BETaBBERs-DER .
need not take a "double dose".a dayor A COPPER LOlKE ME- Y Z. (u4 WILL Yea Cut .| oirurlCHAT ,'
ALL ,
two lateiv:Nor will a mild liquid. 1 OlAT ? STHOpl r..j '
laxative: irritate the kidneys. MARK POWM FEEHM'tsjo LESS l v\II LL-- .. ..
'CAU'SE' (IF'M oi GOTM A RIOTtLA AcrlN' LOIKE A .
The wrong cathartic may often do S1bPIMERTA1IN' r
more harm than good.
Dr Caldncll's Syrup Pepsin is a : :
prescription; and is perfectly safe. YOU
I
Its laxative action is based on sennaa
natural laxative. The bowels willnot ,
become dependent on this formof 1r 1-:
help. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsinis .
obtainable at all druggists. ; .
: 'i '..!

Too Late :" ..' ..
\l1\ ., r-.. r ,'
Director (making slapstick com \ : ; : ;
I edy-Hey! Hold that pose for a .sc.'

.. .
"' N. -
second I rActorI'm p; 't';; Y< }" -.I"" -

sorry. The pie Is cast This;little'frock is so cute.would

add to the'charm of Shirley Temple

'. -nothing' more could be.said for
End Blackheads
a frock! It is the essence of little-
Q Waatsrn Newspaper Union ,, y
allure
girl with Its dropped-shoulder

And Sow Skin .i yoke Its cunning little collar and big'

buttons running .down to that devastating ..
point. .The sleeves are short, f
Weeks: Quicker THE FEATHERHEADS Driven to It and puffy-exactly.as they,should', be/

I and the box pleats are there so that
It is so easy now to clear away black- LOOK AT THE WAY P WELL- HATS BETTER.f SAY! ARt Its, wearer can run fast .as well as

heads, freckles, coarseness; to have log) PARKED "'THE THAN! YtfU USUALLY ) YoU .GoIN S- look pretty.: It has well-fitting bloomers -
smooth, white flawless pew beautv. ,.
sari Just begin tonight with CAR I ONE WHEEL_ 1'0YoU I I '-TO S ART as do all'rj minded' frocks"for'
famous adinola Bleach little girls In this ;year of grace .
.. up ONJ THE CURB/ 6EN6RALLY(0 PICK ON! .
ing Cream, tested and Pattern OOSG) may be ordered onlyIn
't trusted for over a gen HAVE IT THREE ME ACsA! f 2
:; r, sizes 2, 4, C, Sand 10. Size 4
; eration. The minute -
y.?; smooth oil, Nadmola you Y FEET AWAY// requires 2\2 'a1ds'?G-Inch fabric. and
'' begins to clear, whiten Va yard contrasting :" <.
S. and smooth jour skin. Send .FIFTEEN' CENTS In coins .
Tan and freckles, mud 11 11L or stamps (coins preferred) for this
dy, sallow color vanish
pattern. Be sine to write plainly
3 quickly. You see day-by- .'
!; ; day improvement ,until' ;your NAME; ADDRESS, the 'STYLE. .
your skin is all you long NUMBER and SIZE :. .
'' for creamy-white, satin; cx JIJt7 Send jour' order to The, Se\\lng'
smooth, lovelr. No disappointments;
no long waiting for results. Monej- Circle Pattern Department, 232 West
back guarantee. Get a large box of i : .ISth Sheet, New' York, N.; Y.
Nadmola Bleaching Cream at toilet
counters, or by mail,postpaid, only 50c. x .
NADINOLA, Boa 14, Paris, Tenn. DETERMINED'SOLICITUI? '

.
"I'm goin' to keep on sendin' my
; 1' boy Josh to college," slid Farmer '

Corntassle. '. -
Works Wonders in- the : "You' think hf has e exceptional. In
WHo STARTEDON'T YOU WHAT'L11

Care of Your Hair THIS ? BUT! .WHILE ] TALK TO ME! iT YES ? AMD I telligence"No. Confidentially, I don't think*

Before shampooing,anoint the scalp WE'RE oN THEr,/ WHAT You ,oN'T KNOW ABoilT he has a great deal of sense.. I'm

with Cuticura Ointment, then SUBOfec: -Hoyyf iir I fl :poM'T KNOW PRl\/lNi GW'o[ LP iFILL goin''to put him In the way learn-. -
massage. Wash with a warm Buds of HOSPITAL in a lot of long words so's maybe he
Cuticura Soap. Rinse and wash AEotlTx7 1 ABOUT PRIVIN6-( / \ A can fool: people."-Washington Star.
then rinse This YOU -
again, thoroughly. OLD MAN ,'
will keep your scalp in a healthy condition J WOULD FILL A- .
t which is essential to good hair. ALMOST HIT f Weather or Not
Boo K1L ,I Jones-Why do you let your wife

7= Ointment 25c and 60c. Soap 25c. rule the house .
Smith-Because If I didn't let''her
Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical -
Corporation Maiden,Mass reign' he'd.st. rm.-Transcript. ('Boston :._..., ..

r -' ). :. '.--- .' .. ;

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Do you lack PEP ? .Consideration"Mr. '. .

0 Juggins savslie. is a self-made. '
Are you all in, tired and run down? -
: man.
"Very considerate' of' him,". rejoined ,-
1A6II1TERSMlT8S ?llss.Cayenne..to' take care to '

IIJ /' relieve his friends of all responsi .<.
TONnC "
m W..tem Newspaper Union bility. ,

Will rid you of
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MJilLARIJIIInd
Teacher's Lament PROGRESSING"Ruth sary trouble during the meal finally q
build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills Mother was 'not at all satisfied with. finished and beckoned her to- his table.
Fever,Malaria and '
the progress made by her little son at ,"How much do I owe?" he 'snapped:
A General Tcnlc
school, so she resolved to see the "That's rather difficult to tell." she
SOc and $1.00 At All Drozgutt
reacher. replied coldly, "but your bill here Is
"Is my boy really trying?" asked the $125."-Stray Stories Magazine.

YOUNG MEN-YOUNG WOMEN fond parent. .o
"Yes, very," replied the teacher. e
YOUR SUCCESS and earning; ability will Getting! It Both Ways
depend upon somo special vocational training. '
"I've had. bad luck ,with. both my
IV90LER SYSTEM What an Excuse! "

of BEAUTY CULTURE training for eirU I Teacher-Why are you late1PupllI wives. "
and :IIAKKKRIMr tor young men will meaneteady "How Is that?
went by the sundial In the
employment and financial Independence, 4ti. .
) "The fleet eloped.
May wo toll you more about this training! garden and it must have been slow. -
Wri for our RUE booklet No.W-W "And the second?"
HOLER SYSTEM.431 ichtreeStN.E.AtlanU.Ga. Is at a southern resort. She "
"Didn't.
YOU TELL ONE writes me that she's engaged."

MONUMENTS "No? Who's the man?"
Attractive prices: free ('atalogUnited "His first name Is John. As soon as REASONS"My
States Marble-Granite Co. h elL. uncco. Fin.
J she finds out his'other name she'll
write again.
Teacbersl Plyler's Automatic Grading SyStem ru
Is guaranteed. World easiest, fastest
most comprehenilvp, Sample copy. COo Hard Training o
Address. E. riALER. Lancaster. 8. O. 1rr %
Johnnie-.Iother. Is it true that over i

in Holland they wear slippers made of

PARKER'S wood?

HAIRBALSAM l\fother-Yes, dear, slippers shoes.
'"- v Rcmovoa Dandruff Stops Hair Falling Jchnnie-Gee .
I bet those Dutch
..;.i Imparts Color and \ 4
BeaatytoGrayandFadedRir kids behave themselves '
tri;! ..
Ste end _
51.Q0 at DraraiaU
HlneoiChem: ,Wke..Pfltehogrin,N.T. wife won't go to the countryand _
FLOKESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use inconnectionwith "Are you saving your money?" All She Knew About leave me In town.K
Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes the "Saving ? Great Scott .SolicItous "
money man, The rather ?
Ijalr soft and flofFy.CO cents by mail or at drug. pompous man who had
slats Hiscox Chemical Works Patchoffue,N,Y. I'm doing well not to owe anybody." gl"en the waitress a lot of unneces "No; Jealous."








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1 THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1934

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: to Make Automobile Banned
Delphi

,. : Propose From Public SquareButler i "WHEN KNIGHTHOOD C'Q) CHBlT>

Mo.-Anyone who operates I '
) Greek Artistic Center WAS IN FLOUR" GRANT
l.tJ a motor vehicle on the public I .

;< square here Is subject to a fine of I'I

$1 to $100 under terms of an ordI- The Iron Horse screeched to '
"--r"" a "Well let the young lady
: Ancient City Attempting to chasm through which It Is said to have nance enacted In 1900 and which halt before Mabel Porter's house. I'I once," Nerdy ordered. go at

!flowed. has never been revoked. Georgie Blake inhaled deeply. Exhaling "Like this?" Butch yanked Mabel

Stage Comeback. "Almost as Important as the oracleto The ban on "gasoline buggies"was he bellowed, uIIe ', Mabel Into the circle of his arms.
'
;.- Greek life were the Pythian games, pronounced after several residents A hot shimmering silence. "Now you see here ." Ferdy
''t t Washington.-Delphi Is staging a which were celebrated every fourth had been Injured In runaways "Hey, Mabel !" began when a high-pitched falsetto

comeback. This ancient city, once ant year Various Greek states Sent delegates when their horses were frightened :No answer. interrupted him. Mabel
recognized
artistic center of Greece, lon. In ruins( ) to compete for laurel crowns In by the autos.: Georgie leaped to the ground and it as Georgie's before he came up

may ngaln become an intellectual:' hub what originated as a song competition, walked up the driveway. Mabel to them out of the shadows.

: i of Greece and n' meeting place for turned to foot-races In the stadium, Porter-Maybelle to you-was a pic- "My dear Butch,", Georgie greetedthe

scholars o( all nations. The erectionof and ended in chariot races on the plain .capped Mount Parnassus. These cliffs ture of cool loveliness reclining in tough lad, taking hold of the

n large library, auditoriums, and below Delphi. What snlendjd runners the hammock. arm around Mabel's waist
rise sheer for about ?00 feet and were "you look
hotel will nake this the ancient Greeks l were be judgedby "Hello, Geofgie she drawled.
,, probably a new may convenient for the Delphians, who usedto simply divine tonight."
community Its rebiiilders hope, "a the record of the, fire-brnglng Eucliidas hurl their enemies from them. The "Hello, yourself," Georgie retorted Suprised, Butch let go. "Say
Geneva of and ,the arts." who ran 111 miles In a dropping the "
\ thought single path zigzagging:: up to the summit of on grass. "Say, what Is this? he growled.
: .: "Thus history stages; another re day, to take the sacred fire from Del- the mountain passes through pine why didn't you answer me ; you deef, "Manners," Georgie squeaked.

vival." ,says the National Geographic phi to Plataea. woods resounding: with woodsmen'saxes or po.-nepin'?" "I.'m a gentleman knight, Butch."

I, .society.: "For the' desolrjte ruins of Legend Clings to Parnassus.: : and over bare gray rock relieved "Say, Mabel, :you look the nutsIn "What the ". .?" Butch scowled

Delphi, bleaching on the so.uthern slope "The stadium was built in the highest only by moss and lavender crocuses. that rig," he enthused. "But It's and clenched his fists.
r .of Mount\ Parnassus. were once a ,too; bad you got them freckles pn "It's "
part of Delphi, Itself 2.00J, feet The shouts of muleteers and tinklingmulebVlls a charming evening, Georgie

'crowded city, beautiful with temples above sea level, and breathing Its crisp replace the revels that leg- your nos ., It kinda spoils the ,whole smirked, "but It's a trifle warm. T

and thousands of statues. A symbolic, cold air, which put a bluish patina .onDelphi's end ascribes to this mountain famedas effect wonder. Butch, If you would object
central-stone in the temple of Apollo Mabel glared. "Georgie Blake, if I took "
bronze statues, 'one realizes: the haunt of Pan and the nymphs. : off my coat? He'drew off
marked the supposed! center of the why.'Delphi became a sort ef health: ."To France goes the credit for excavating your manners arc absolutely vile !" his blue serge and Mabel noticed for

world, and so Delphi must have seemedto resort, crowded by patients hnd, physicians -' Delphi. A modern village, Kas- "Guess my manners are .' just- as the first time that he ,was i irapec,
the early Greeks. good as yours." ably
tri, had beensuperimposed upon the dressed.
"Here flocked merchants, over the "East of Delphi loom the twin -,,silvery -, ancient ruins, but French excavators "Hollering In front of the' house," "What I really came for, Butch "
,
great network of trade roads that led cliffs, the Phaedriades, so-called moved the village a mile further south- Mabel continued.: : "Wearing your old Georgie contlnu, handing Mabel

to the city: pilgrims, to consult the 'shining rocks,' from whose crannies west on the slope, and restored as far clothes; no garters; : on your socks. his coat, "was to ask your father's
famous oracle ; athletes to compete In I Talking slang. Why cail't' be
eagles and cultures soar over snow- as possible, the ancient city of Apollo. you' permission to sock you one on the
,the.,Pythian. games. Delphi became en like Ferdinand Hoyt? He jaw, but since he Isn't here I'll
rlched by votive' statues of pilgrims why here he comes now," 'she finished .: :you anyway." His fist lashed sock

.. and temples built by Greek states. To Mrs. Ruth Owen B rings Back a Husky with delight as a blue road- smack against Butch's hard jaw.out
the riches of twelve
protect D.elphi, ster rolled up the driveway.. Butch staggered and then

: states north of the Gulf .of Corinth Ferdy Iloyt, son of Elston's his head and charged with lowered

f united in what was the oldest leagueof wealthy citizen and banker, nodded fists. Georgie; side-stepped flailing

Greece. Delegates from rival states briefly, "Hello, Blake," and then whanged his fist' down behind and
came under flags of truce to settle dis- .raik bent above a palpitant Mabel. "My Butch's
,
..t.; ear just as Ferdy was low-,
putes. by arbitration. Interchange of :: dear," holding her hands, "you look ering himself into a convenient bar-
i ideas among these visitants from different divine.
rel. Butch
stayed down.
sections of the_ country made "Thank you," Mabel twIttered. Georgie raised his :hand
on high
:',' ;, Delphi rich In, geographic Information. ay.wssj4 making- room for him to sit beside and with a limp wrist offered It to
r i-, ; In the Eighth and Seventh centuries / 4c- ,
her. : :Mabel.
( Ferdy lugged at the sharp "My dear Maybelle, may I
: B. C. when Greece was founding nu- :,' ft -'
I I creases In his flannels. He looked see you home?"

i t rrjprous colonies, none were established Impossibly'cool In his shirt, blue tie "You shut-up !I" Mabel !!
gjv; snapped,
without first consulting the oracle as
{ : and! ,blazer."It's walking to the Iron Horse. '
to the best locations.
a charming day," he ob "Thanks !I" Georgie sighed with
'
Itt Goats Responsible served. -- relief. He
i backed the Iron Horse
'''Acco 'din to tradition; the ubiquitous CyY F "Isn't It," ,Mabel agreed. around and then shot by the barrelIn

Greek goats were partly responsible ; "Like heck," Georgie growled. which 'erdy stood bedraggled,

( for the oracle at Delphi. Legend h. F; ybig.. "It's lousy," He began to peel his smeared from head to foot with some

relates that a stream flowing through polo' shirt off his ,brown torso.. Mabet's white substance. ,

a crevice on Mount Parnassus'exhaled nose tilted. "Why, that ,was Ferdy! Mabel ex

Intoxicating vapors.; Goats inhaling "Are, you warm, Ferdy?" she in- claimed.

these cavorted until their goatherdalso ::4fi% s c d1 quired."A "Uh-huh," Georgie grinned.: "He
breathed the vapors. Hearing his "
little, he admitted "Would was posing.

mutterlngs, Greeks deemed them In- you object, Maybelle, if I took off "Posing?" Mabel puzzled. "For

spired by Apollo and built a temple .. ... my coat?" what?"

9: over the stream. They seated a priestess "Oh, please do," she urged., Ignor- "When Knighthood was In Flour,"
on_ a golden tripod over'the. << chasm; l .
? ing Georgie's snort. Georgie chuckled "Say, loosen this
I and surrounded her with priests who I* M "What I really came for," Ferdy collar for me, will you, 'm"sufosatin' -
her IB ambiguousverse.
Interpreted ravings
explained, "was to ask your father's
In the winter months, when
I permission to take you to a dance McClure Newspaper Syndicate
Apollo was on his vacation In the WNTJ Service.
v this. evening. It's over the tracks
land of the Dionysus, :
Hyperboreans,
I
M at the Lucky Loafers bakery. I
also prophetic, was worshiped instead. a Mr A Salvador Still CherishesIts
thought It would be a lark to go.
l I "Most important temple of the sun godIn know."
you Iron-Grated
Greece, the Delphi temple was for WindowsSan
Georgie scratched his ribs. "That'sn
centuries the greatest of Greek shrines, "
tough place, Ferdy.
thronged with thousands of pilgrims.The Salvador, 'capital of El Salva-
Ferdy smiled. "I am capable of
oracle was consulted for decisionson dor; still cherishes its iron-grated
taking care of Miss. Porter," he replied -
.
everything from marriage to wars windows and the'mC'morles of a romantic -
grandly
until the end of the Fourth century, past:

when the Byzantine Emperor Theodor- The Lucky Loafers bakery dance In grandma's day, the ;young bladesof

-'" ic stopped the consultations by; slaying was tough and it was rough, and the village gave the girls the up-

;' -; those who consulted. Mrs. lluth Bryan Owen, the Unite d States ambassador to Denmark, pier after a single lance Ferdinand decided and-down In the evening paseo

"Todajvthe, temple lies .In ruins, the tured with a pet Greenland husky, "Di sko," which she brought back ,with her to take Mabel elsewhere. They around the plaza. If a caballero saw
'
magic stream has' dried up, and thereno from that! far north island. :Mrs. Owen and her party came' back on the coast were approaching his roadster whena an interesting little number, he fol-

longer 'exists even any trace of the guard cutter Champlain. voice'Inquired, '"What's your hurry lowed her home, and proved his de-

little one?" votion by pacing back and forth be-

; It was a hard voice. Ferdy looked fore the bars for hours at a time.

: Old Bandit Leaves lVJ 1[ap to Rich Treasure United States to Have. Into a hard face. A big hand held This practice was known as "play

Permanent ,Stamp Exhibit Mabel by the wrist "Not so fast ing the bear." a
: c girlie Butch Miller said. "How'd Now all that is changed. There's A'
., Washington.-Plans to establish
Sheep Herder Given Key to Lo- man of ninety-six, who told him a you like to shake a leg with me?" still bars on them thar grills in San v
permanent exhibit in .
stamp the
tales of his patron, Vasquez, the fa- Post 'Do''ou know who I am?" Ferdy Salvador but they _don't mean any- '
cation of Wealth.
Oflice department's philatelic
mous bandit of the 70s. The man's agency demanded. thing. The senoritas no longer be- Y

-, name was Francisco Torres. He had occupying a.n entire room in the new "Sure," the tough guy. grinned. lieve In bears; they know It's just
''F ..' San Jose, .-A treasure map, $10,000,000 post office building, .were "
been a sheepherder and had often sheltered "What of It? another of granny's bedtime stories
[' marking ,the hiding place of uncounted Vasquez after a raid. announced by the department.The .
thousands in Spanish coin, gold ingots display, to be the largest and
Torres opened a chest and drew outa
'
( 'and precious stones, has been placed ; most Inclusive in the: country, will em-
creased bit of yellow butchers' pa
for safety In a hank vault here by a brace copies of every stamp issued by

r -'practical, common sense contractor, per-the map. the United States and those of almost NOW,! GffiE BAVER ASPIRIN
Clayton Anglus. lie "said that when the bandit was every other nation.
": brought to trial In San Jose in 1S73,
Seven years ago{ Anglus met an old The decision was prompted, officials
t he sent that word he niust through see, Torres.a Spanish Thereonhe woman said, by the rapidly growing Interestin AT DWnCAUV RmU<<;BJ PRiCES!

stamp collections. Every week
,
,'t4 FIRST OF HER KIND had drawn this map and told the brings to the philatelic agency more
I.f herder that In an iron chest at a spot than 3,000 letters asking stamp infor- Big Price Cut on Bayer Aspirin !_

Indicated was buried the wealth of mation.
seven raids. Among the priceless jewels POCKET TINS OF 12 NOW
Except for tllefour issues put out
were gold ingots to the amountof In September end October, there will

17000. be no more special stamps this year, 15c
Afterwards he had tried to hunt the it was announced. Thus far this year

treasure, but since' It Is on a. 1,000- thirteen special stamps have been Issued -

r.f f r.t acre cattle ranch, a 'systematic search Of these the average Issue has

t II would be, necessary, and he never nb- been' 2 ,OOOOOO, although the Mother's PAY
talned permission from the owner. He
close
day stamp ran to 420,000,000. 6NSAIEATKEWL6W NO'
gave the map to Anglus with one request The four to
yet appear<<: this year are MORENOWPay
f- that if he found, the chest: partof all in the national park series.

the money be spent for masses' for PRICES AT ALL 3Rj

the souls of Vasquez and himself. Soldiers Walk 20 Miles,
Then he died. DEBS STORES
: i. Penalty for Free
Riding
I Anglus says he has made numerous

: rr attempts to gain permission to locate Canton, China.-The practice of *''ie' Less and Get Real BAYER Aspirin I
I the spot, Indicated on the map and to Kwangtung troops stationed in and

)1. excavate. The property belongs to a around Canton .of riding on public So as to put the reliability and quick have been cut to 25c.

San Francisco man, who has ignoredthe busses without paying fares has been action of Genuine Bayer Aspirinwithin And the big, family size, 100

request. Nevertheless, he has stopped by the military authorities In the reach of everyone, theprice tablet bottles have again been ,
11.! found out that the remnants of an old a novel, :yet effective, manner. : you pay has: been drastically reduced. '

stone bouse by a spring; ; a giant tree, The number of free rideshad In- cut. Cut so lout that nobody need '

; ; broken and the trunk hollowed out, do creased to approximately 2,000 dally, ever again in place an of unknown real BAYER preparation So-:Altcays Say "Bayer"

t '.-. exist as they appear,. in the hasty according to a complaint] of" the bus Aspirin. When You Buy
W sketch company.
r yj ry alrr v. These new low prices make it a
authorities
The military established 15c Now For 12
folly to accept unknown brands in
'f" armed patrols who arrested on sight 25c Now For 24 order
few
to cents.
save a
t Miss Elinor Murdoch of New, York, Franklin Milestone Stolen any soldier, found trying to -orce his
Fcr instance the pocket tins of,12 So- ask for Bayer Aspirinreal
never
\ :,-, who was declared the winner of the Freeport, Maine.-Somebody stole way Into a bus or refusing tu pay his
Bayer: Tablets have been.cut by the name "aspirin" alone whento
W
'.: '"individual masters' championship of the milestone that was placed here by fare. The offenders were loaded Into 15c. you buy, but ahvayssayBAYERThe
r
the American Bridge league at tournament Benjamin Franklin more than 130; trucks, taken about twenty miles from popular 24 tablet bottles ASPIRIN and see that you get it.

In the Hotel Ambassador, New :years ago. It was a flat slab ot stone their barracks, made to dismount and

York. She Is the first of her sex to win and had Inscribed on It a "B" and the walk back.: More than f 00 soldiers

the flUe.I mileage to Boston. were "taken for a ride'* In this manner ALWAYS SAY "RAY En A5PIRIJ" NOW WHEN' YOU BUYt"




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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1031. >;
PAGE EIGHT '

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-' FARMERS TO SECUREAID F. E. R. A. TO ASSIST IN pervisor of the program here.
COUNTY No Written ConstitutionThe
I
I
NEWS FROM FEDERAL PROGRAM SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAM According to Prof. Stanley, Donald
SCHOOL ) British constitution is ,nn unj
will be the
to
Ash division recreation Irey assigned I I I j written, Indefinite body of legal rule-
(Continued from page 1) Gerald Clewiston school within two weeks i'
E. R. A. spent and principles which are partly tin
F.
The idea behlrfd the program is director for the and will be in charge of the sports I
Given result of decisions
Medals to be conferring with I' Judicial and partly
set forth in one paragraph "it is Friday in Clewiston program. Further details of the'
acts of ,
is the announce- parliament. not
Of much interest( in regard to They are co
Prof. Stanley this mutually agreed that this contractis Prof. George Stanley plans for the school pupils will be lected.
made by i
ment His ?
to debating. To stim- a step in a plan to make the farmer the school recreational program. found in the column of school ne'V> i ---.......................--..-...........-.--............-.--........
week in regard this week] by that
and visit followed
was
and his family self-supporting in this issue.
ulate Interest in this form of pub- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
of LaBelle county
his of Gordon Perry
the farmer agrees to use energy
lic speaking, Mr. M. E. VonMach, will be
and ingenuity to accompnsn this recreation director, who suR's -
Incoming member of the county
"
scbool board, has offered to donate purpose.

suitable medals, to be awarded in W. C. Hooker, County Rural Re- r' t 'tBoy1 I canbreathe
March to members of the school'swinning habilitation Supervisor of Glades I

debating team. Details of and Hendry Counties, is now selectng -

the series of debates will be workedout : the Barnes of qualified farmersto p now !"

by the faculty. In addition to be submitted to the Advisory :

the medals for tho winners, there Committee. Elsewhere throughoutthe !vw
"' JUST A FEW DROPS
the County Supervisorsare :
will be two suitable merchandise District

prizes to be donated by two prominent similarly engaged.All 3J UP EACH_NOSTRIL

merchants in the town. applications will be passed -: two .ize,30i.50l

Mr. VonMach's offer is much appreciated upon by a Rehabilitation Advisory I ,

by the faculty and the stu- Committee to be set up in each H"J I

dents and needless to say will makeus county. These Committees will con- QUICK RELIEF ? ; ., HELPS PREVENT

buckle down to some real workon ider the applicants assets, libili for stuffy head many colds
farmer, his n: \
debating. ies, his ability as a '
Report Cards titude toward federal relief in the )

past, and the general reputation or Iy. -
-aCHECK
the first
Classes are completing
himself, and his family over a periodof -
month of the term and the monthly i...
'
years.
cards will be isued for tho
report set
be
Committees also will up I
first time next Wednesday.
assist in workingout
in. each county to
Chapel ProgramThe adjustments between farmers I UP

fifth grade pupils, under the approved for corporation loans and

supervision of Mrs. G. B. Thomas, their creditors. The make-up of

teacher, have prepared a fine Halo- these committees is regarded as And Oysters and what need

we'en program for chapel today. The highly important and the greatest see you.

program is in the form of a play are will be taken in their selection \\T7 HAT nine letter word end- I

"Babs and the Lost Broomstick", FERA officials said they will consist yw ing with R denotes a monthof I

and has-the following characters: of two farmers, one businessman the year, and joy to Then Call ', .;-,:
millions? .
wide' the
Witch of Hallowe'en, Rhunelle of acquaintance in It's not a cross-word puzzle.

McGeehee. :ommunity. It's a fact, and the word is S-e-p-
An agreement to be signed'by the t-e-m-b-e-R. The prominent "R"
Ruth Badger. .
B.abs
farmer and the corporation provides denotes that oysters are,again in

and Wood Louise Sprites McDaniel., Elizabeth Winn I that'armer title shall to all remain goods in furnished the corporation the- joy.season, which is the cause' for the I THE NEWS ,OFFICEand

Oystermen tell a story that sets
Goblins, Charles Turner, Carrol until the indebtedness is ful-
the date of the first joy over an
Redish, Warren Carver. "y discharged. Payment may be made oyster. They hang the story on

Wise Old Owl, Gus Cantrel. over a period of years either in cash, an aboriginal man who, out beach ]

Black Cat, Edna Leiter. n labor or in produce. combing or sun-tanning, saw what let us estimate on4'
mistook
he for a queerlookingstone
will be
Before, any application approved -
Hallowe'en Song by the entire in the water. He ran and
the farmer's creditors must
class. picked it up. No sooner had he
sign a subordinate agreement which done so than he let out a scream. 'next order
Devotionals will be conducted by
provides that the corporation's lien His finger had been pinched. your

Harvey Nelson. hall remain a first lien during the When he succeeded in prying hist*

Athletic, ProgramA life of the corporation contract.In finger loose, to lessen the painhe '
stuck it in his mouth. A smile FORLETTERHEADS
real athletic program is plannedfor cases where the prospective -
crept over his aboriginal face. : .. .
school this term. The assistanceof subject does not own his land, as in You've smiled the same smile : .

the F. E. R. A. recreational di- the case of share-croppers and renters wh.en you've said, "Waiter; bringme J : : .

rector for the district, Gerald Ash, an agreement must be obtained another dozen on the half :, ; :

and the county director, Gordon Perry from the owner of the land not to shell." ; "

: has been given in the planning. charge rent during the time the cor- Wealth In Oysters 1\\: : BILLHEADS :

They have arranged for Donald Ireyto poration contract is in effect. Thisis :

be assigned to the Clewiston required: on the theory that improvements Ever since that memorable day : ;: : ;- HANDBILLS / /"
,
,, ';.
school to direct outdoor activities: ;; to the property will compensate we have been prying open oyster ':' ':.,-,: ,
Mr. Irey spent two days here this the owner for the loss ofmy shells-till today we eat about ,. ; ': '
: i :
$20,000,000 worth of oysters a ) & ., ENVELOPES :
week, and proved a wonderful help. : rentals he otherwise 'would.have year. Not only because they taste I -.... : ,- ..>:" "
'
He is now engaged in a niosquito received. delectable, but -also because they :' '.
: RULED FORMS
control campaign for the F. E.: R. A. In addition to the above there are a most healthful food-containing I '. .

and will be through with that in two .vial be cabbage, collard and tomato iron and manganese, rich .'
weeks_ and will be assigned here per- slants ready for transplanting with- in iodine and containing also well :-_ WINDOW CARDS .
balanced amounts of proteins, '
n the next ten days. j ; .;'
manently. :// .
-
carbohydrates and fats. \ : ,- .
Diamond Ball Projects have been sent in for [ Pale women in Wales used to _'' '. ;1 .c r1'ICKETS','
seed and fertilizer for home gardens be advised to eat oysters. Doc- > .' '. ;0" '
The ball team : : I : .
crack diamond .4. ." .
.
"or all relief clients. These gardens tors today advise them for men : ... ETC. "" :,'",'.- L,., ,.
which the high school had last year .:.. .:' .- .: ,
and children who -
and
will range in size from 1-16th to women --
is a record which the present school need mineral to offset anemia. It
size of fam-
l-4th acre according to
students hope to equal this year. Is fortunate then, for pale women
still ly. All clients being required'to today that they do not have to
Many of last year's players are ,
here and we are looking-forward to plant. these gardens. live in Wales or in some seacoast '
'some great, games. Payment for the seed and ferti- town to enjoy the health-giving THE CLEWISTON NEWS%% $
lizer will be made with surplus vegetables properties of oysters. Canned .
first will be played
Our game produced, same to be deliv- oysters are available in all parts
here next Friday night, November2nd of the country, and besides being
red to FERA offices where the client
with LaBelle. Come out and rich in nutritive value, they have
will receive credit to their account that delicious tang of oysters -
1
enthusiastic start! I
help us get an
for goods so delivered.It .freshly-opened on the shore.*
.
who have out for
Players gone I
is also proposed that commun
diamond ball are: Bill Cowart, Ed :
ity canning kitchens will be set up .
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1 Clark, Louis Schuck, James Beards'ley
'in each county for the purpose of
Charles Roberts, Harold Lang, -
canning surplus vegetables and
Green, Merrel Lowe, George
Roy 'ruits for relief clients and others
Bestor, Harold Adams and Luther
.Lowe. who may be interested in canning. IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

This will be under supervision of

There will be two other diamond the Home Demonstration Agent,

'ball courts laid out as soon as the :and all parties desiring to take ad-

lawn is in condition: one for the vantage of this opportunity may do

junior high and one for the elementary so by delivering a certain percentage -

grades. of their products to the FERA

Tennis Tournament Starts office as toll. These products to be

*A novel tennis tournament, "a supplied to the less fortunate. I f r

Ladder tournament" was begun by Those desiring plants, please drop

Prof. Stanley this week. A large i postal card at once' to W. C. Hooker i

board in the shape of a ladder has LaBelle, so that definite arrangements -II

been erected, with nails at the various can be made for delivery.HALLOWE'EN .

locations which are numbered -- G '.
:: DANCE TO I
consecutively from 1 to 15. The i GOOD
BE GALA E\.BXT-P.r. A. -
number 1 position is the top rung, I 1l'

with the number of places on each Mrs. W C. Owen, chairman of

rung increasing until the bottom the P.-T. A. committee in charge of

rung has the five numbers from 10 arrangements for the Hallowe'en !

to 15 on it. Positions were chosenby Dance to be given at the Inn Oc-

lot, and a card with a players tober 31st, states that Harry Myers1 I r II'
I
name was hung on the corresponding -I rchestra of West Palm Beach will I 3 I A 1 4'

number. Each player, by hang- provide music for the dancing.

ing up his card on the other fellow's Other plans include a floor show

number, can Challenge him to a .): f special numbers, and prizes for I Distributor
;
inatch which must be played in 48 the best costumes. The dance will

hours. A player can only challengethe I not be strictly a masque dance, but

rung immediately above his own. costuming:: is being: encnnmirprl and That Good

The player occupying number 1 po- prizes will be presented to the best r,
sition on November 10th will be declared masked
man, and the best masked qI

-.. winner of. the tournament. woman. Gulf I!
So to win, one must not only get to The Hallowe'en is the first of a .

number 1 position but remain there series of benefits .during the year f J

by defeating the next best players which is for the general treasury of GasolineLUBRICATES

who may challenge him at any time. the P.-T. A. The organization has

The players in the numbers they concentrated its activities this yearon -

occupy at the beginning of the tour- the elementary school and has H ,

nament are: Roy Green, Bob Patterson some worthy objectives to be accomplished -

George Bestor, Charles Roberts, in this connection.Mrs. UASauNt UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
Evelyn Hare, Vincent Oglesby, Jim Owens' assistants in arranging 9D calf .

Beardsley, Bill Cowart, Page Cow- the dance are Mrs. F. M. Wright,, POWER SAVES WEAR .
INCREASES II
art, Jimmy Hall, Floretne Moore Mrs. C.V'. McDonald and J.' E..

and Hare .
LeRoy Beardsley 4-




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