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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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j WI' THE CLEWISTON NEW !tI



WE DO OUR PART
WE DO OUR PART

I VOLTOLE 8, NUMBER 44 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR

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./ ,' LEVEE CONTRACTSARE Noted Comedian to CANE GRINDING TO I Tom Shelley Elected GOLF TOURNEY


Be at Local Theatre President, of Kiwanis

AWARDED TOARUNDELSPADARO BEGIN AT MILL ON I II I PROGRESSES TO

Jules Brazil, noted radio come- Tom Shelley was: elected presidentof i

dian, will present an evening's entertainment NOVEMBER 28TH ; the Kiwanis Ciub for 1935 at the THIRD FLIGHTThe
at the Dixie Crystal meeting of the oranlation'ednes: -

Theatre next Wednesday, November21st. day evening. Mr. Shelley, who has

Contracts were awarded In Wash- The entertainment is sponsored November 26th has been set by been vlce-presidmt in 1934, will suc- Fall handicap tournament at

ington Monday to the, Arundel Corporation by the local Kiwanis club and is officials of the United States Sugar ceed E. E. Kelly. Mr. Shelley has I the Clewiston golf club has progressed -

of Baltimore and to the for the benefit of the underprivileged corporation for the begining of har- been very active in the work of the to the third flight this week,

Spadaro Construction company of child fund. vest of cane for the current season, local club since its organization, and I and interest has been stimulated by

Moore Haven for the construction of Mr. Brazil, who is appearing regularly the field forces beginning their an- is familiar with the aims and Idealsof the display of the two handsome

\ all levee from Bacom Point to Port on the General Motors program nual cutting at seven o'clock. Two Kiwanis. His enthusiasm for the trophies which will be awarded to

::1. \ :Mayacca. The Arundel corporation over the NBC chain, will make days later, on November 28th at six club )and its value to the communitywill the'winner and the runner-up. The

received the contract: for sections 2, only four personal appearances in o'clock, the sugar house will begin be of great value to the mem- trophies are displayed at the Lake

3, and 4, of division 9, and the Spa-,, Florida on this trip, Miami West grinding to continue incessantly un- bers under his leadership. Drug company.W. .
daro' company was awarded section Palm Beach, Clewiston and Tampa. til the close of the season sometimenext Other officers who were elected C. Owen defeated H. R. Hall

fiof= : 'the same division. Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, owner spring. These dates have been last night are J. W. Ezelle, vice-pres- 1 up on the second lap of the tour-
after taking into ident, A. W. Lawrence, secretaryand I ney. Owen and Hall both won their
: The Spadaro contract is for the and manager of the theatre has gen- decided upon consideration -
total sum of $364,770, from which erously cancelled her picture for the stage of maturity of treasurer, and Dave G. Alston, first matches through default of M.'
and J. E. Beardsley, H. R. Hall, A. W. P. Peterson and J. F. Curry. Tom
the are dependent
will be deducted a pro rata share of Wednesday evening and has given cane, upon
the total for the work which the continued favorable weather con- Lawrence, A. A. Munroe, G. C. Poole Cheney advanced by defeating Dr.
the Kiwanians a liberal percentageof Frost rain and A. W. Sias directors. W. J. White 4 down and 3 to
government dredge, Gulfport, has ditions. or might move go.
already completed in that section. the receipts. There will be no the dates forward or delay the be- The new officers will be installed White had previously won 3 and 2
change in admission price, the reg'ular the first of
January.
the from Fred Hill and Shelley had
The Gulfport ,has built approximately ginning of season.In won
15 and 35 cent rate will be
There will be no regular Kiwanis 3 and
one-third of the section awardedto company with other agricultural 2 over Jim Harrington. Dick
Spadaro. charged. products in the Evergladesthis meeting next Wednesday night, due Gibbens defeated M. W. Bigg 3 and

The Arundel corporation with a Clewiston residents are fortunateto year the cane has had excellent to the entertainment which Jules 2, Gibbens having advanced 2-1 over

total bid of $1,782,270 was low bidder have the opportunity to see and weather conditions throughout theyear's Brazil will give under the sponsor- Bestor and Bigg winning 2 up from
ing of the Kiwanis club at the Dixie '
" .. _) V on the three remaining sections hear such prominent comedian anda growth. To all appearancesthe Mrs W.Owen.
- V for harvest is Crystal theatre. Attendance at the Mrs. Fred Hill and K. Bowden
ready
,7 of division 9. It is interesting to delightful evening is assured all crop now
note that the Arundel corporationand the largest and best crop in the his- entertainment will count as a regular will play their final nine holes this

the Spadaro company submitted who attend. tory of the sugar industry in the meeting. afternoon. Mrs. Hill having won by

identical low bids, in point xof cost, Everglades. default of Mrs. H. A. Bestor and

j' on section 1, the Spadaro bid specifying !- Although a considerable crew of Bowden and Rosenberg having goneto

a much shorter time for completion FEDERAL SENTENCESFOR men is employed throughout the CLEWISTON SUPPLY 27 holes to settle a tie, Bowden
i than the Arundel bid. This is summer months with drainage and I winning 2 and 1. Dave Alston de-

i! in keeping with the plans of the engineers cultivation operations, there is a : faulted to E. P. Shelley who beat

In charge to have the levee WEAVERLEVINEGeorge large influx of workers necessary to FINISHES ADDITION Father FInnegan 2 up after Fr. Fin-

; completed before the 1935 hurricane the cutting and harvesting of the negan had won 2 up from Jack Bar

j season. cane crop, and the grinding seasonof rett.
f is :\.. ; Bids on the project were opened Weaver and L. Y. (Boss) the United States Sugar corpor- Construction work was completed E. E. Kelley was 3 and 2 from

i ,: in Jacksonville on October 26th, and Levins of Bare Beach were triedin ation is reflected in the'business con- this week on the addition' to the : Mrs. Duff and advanced to win over

:.' ': the awarding of contracts was delayed federal court in Miami this week ditions throughout the Everglade building of the Clewiston Supply!}JJ. J. Harrington 5 and 4 after the

IV-,J until the government's own section of Palm Beach, Hendry and company and stock and fixtures were latter had won 1 up from F. D. Duff.L. .
VV ,,'; by Judge Halsted L. Ritter on charges moved in on Wednesday. The I H. Nash
: ',, ': estimate of the cost of the work Glades counties. new after defeating H. Land
, :::.' V could be rechecked, as none of the arising from bootlegging opera- addition is quite spacious and will I I 6 and 4 won from A. L. Hackett 3

;;:-VV,',.' contractors bid fell within the 25 tions. Weaver, who was arrested on permit the carrying of a more com and 1. Hackett won his first match

, ":'\s, ..,\ percent above government estimate two charges was given four monthsin ARMY OFFICIALS plete line of merchandise.The I 3 and 2 from A. N. Gallant.

::::,>, required for awarding of contract. one, case and five months in an- ladies readytoweargents C. F. Goodman, winning 5-4 over
', ,:i,.,':, The Arundel corporation is build- other, a total of nine months as the furnishings, shoe and dry goods de- Redelsheimer met Jay Moran (who

, :'/. ing a portion of levee near Belle sentences do not run concurrently. VISIT LEVEE AND partment are located in the new I I won 3-1 over C. V. Parkinson. ) and

; :}:'t: Glade, and is nearing completion of Weaver was charged with owningand quarters. A. L. Morgan, who last won again 2 and 1.

":' .' this work, having made progress in operating a still and with con- RIVER PROJECTS year was in charge of the South Bay I Much keen interest has been in

; ; ;: V accord with their planned time sche- spiracy to avoid payment of federal Commissary has been placed /in evidence since the opening ,of the

1 )',; : dule. i tax. Levins"Wh; s'enlarged only charge of the shoes and mens wear, I tournament. The next flight will determine -
The Spadaro and Miss Ulla Jacobsen will remainin I the four who will contest for
.company is building with conspiracy to avoid the paymentof Lieutenant Colonel Beverly C.
S levee from Moore Haven charge of the ladies and dry goods the semi-finals. The finals will be
to connect tax, was given 6 months in jail. Dunn, of Jacksonville, Colonel and departments. I
with the played December 2nd.
first completed section The trial consumed the better Mrs. Warren T. Hannun of New Or
west ,of Clewiston Additions to the ftock which have : The trophies for the tournament
which was built part of three days and was of much leans, Colonel Earl H. Brown of
. >- by McWilliams It Is already been made include a line of I I rre silver loving cups mounted on
company. ex- local interest, several Clewiston residents Norfolk and Carawan Nelson, assist
, pected that equipment will Onyx hose, a complete line of Gor ebony bases. The first trophy is
shortlybe being called as witnesses. ant engineer U. S. of
... moved to location near Pahokeeby Army, corps don's underwear and a wide selection -I I about 10 Inches in height and Is
Weaver arrested after engineers, made
was some an inspection tripto of
this, company.D. outing flannel sleeping gar- surmounted by the figure of a golfer -
films which he sent to out- the federal levee
away an project on Lake ments. Other
additions will be made in action. It Is inscribed "Clewis-
of-town photographer to be developed Okeechobee on Tuesday and Wed f
when the rearrangement is ton Golf Club Fall
F. Phillips of Atlanta is spending completed. 1934 Tournament

resulted in pictures of a modern nesday.
a couple of weeks in Clewiston I|I Won by". The runner-up's,
distillery. Federal operatives appeared The inspection was in connectionwith '' '
while supervising the installationof C. V. Parkinson, owner and mana- trophy is similar' in design slightly
in town few days after the the transfer of the Jacksonville .
of the
a cooling system in a Belle Glade ger Clewiston Supply company smaller and Is without the figure'on
pictures returned to Weaver district which has hitherto
,
were been
packing house.TIPPEY states that he will now be able top.
i through the local agent for the pho under the jurisdiction of the Gulf to enlarge and add other merchan-I I

I tographer, and the investigationwhich division of which Col. Hannun is dise in the hardware and notions' _

I followed led to his arrest, and division engineer; to the South At department which he has been un

BUILDING that of Levins who was associated lantic division. Colonel Brown is division able to carry on account of limitedspace. HOLE-IN-ONE MADE

with him. engineer of the South Atlan Mr. Parkinson states that
par-
NEW APARTMENTSA Those who were called to Miamito tic division and headquarters officeis ticular attention has been given this ON LOCAL COURSE a as

testify In the case, although they in Norfolk. The transfer of the year to his selection of Christmas

were never called to the ,stand dur- Jacksonville district was effective goods and that he now has on hand .

duplex residence containing two ing the trial were H. C. Kolstad andG. November first. a varied line of toys and other I I H. A. Bestor experienced the thrill '-

five-room apartments is being con- T. Echols of Clewiston, J. E. The Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahat- Christmas goods. These will be plat that comes seldom in the life of even ,.

structed by J. F. TIppey for Mrs. Sohnson of Lake Harbor and J. S. chee navigation and flood control ed on display in about two weeks. the most perfect golfers, Sunday af't
Atkins of South Bay and P. T. Wil- project is the largest constructionproject The
Chris Ayres of Everglades City. The new addition ,adds onethirdto ternoon when he made a holeinoneon ;
new building is located two blocks son of Moore Haven. the in the officials division. On Tuesday, the floor space of the already the local Golf Course. '
visiting
south of the highway at the corner of Weaver's own ''carelessness led to : accompanied commodious store. It is of hollow Playing in a foursome with Father -
jby Lieutenant
Ventura and Pedro streets. his arrest, as only the pride which I. Richardson Selee, in tile and stucco construction with F. J. Finnegan, R.:, T. Gibbens and
charge of the
made him take pictures of' his out- Clewiston sub-office, four large plate glass display win M. W. Bigg the perfect shot was
The building will be of frame made
con- a trip
\ fit and send them through the mail I over the entire levee dows. Facing the highway, it addsmuch made on the third hole, a distance ,
struction 58 by 28 feet in size, and route, travelling
practically the
brought the federal government hot entire to the appearance of the business of 135 yards. Using a number 4
Mr. Tippey hopes to have it distance
- completed on his trail. I Ii I by water. They found portion of town. iron, Mr. Bestor made a shot that to
within, six weeks. It is under- i many miles of completed levee, four him "felt "
just right, and he was
stood the apartments will be for rent. hurricane gates
ili Red Cross Double practically completed Legion Will Elect expecting his ball to be on the green
Mrs. Ayers is a sister of GradyT. to and several sections of levee now and in good location. The green on
Echols. under construction both
Given HereWith by draglineand Officers Next Month Number 3 is so located across a
Mr. Tippey Is also engaged in Quota hydraulic dredges and one contract curving canal that the cup cannotbe

building a frame-stucco building for in which a combination of the -- seen from the tee. Even the real-

Mrs. L..N. Holdsworth on the high- 153 memberships to the Red two methods Is being used. Work is Nominations were made from the ization that he had made an exceptionally -

way opposite the Clewiston Motor Cross turned in by workers during being started on construction of i floor at the meeting of CJewiston good shot did not prepare -
company. This will be a store build- the first week of the campaign. spillways along the St. Lucie canal, him for the thrill of finding his
Ing 20 by 45 feet and will cost ap- Chairman E. L. Stewart, confidently and contracts have just been awarded American Legion Post Number 93, ball In the cup. A foursome playing

proximately 2400. It is expected expects the Clewiston chapter to for the levee ,from Port Mayacca it the Inn Tuesday night, for officers just ahead of Mr. Bestor and his

that Mrs. Holdsworth will open a reach the 200 goal before Thanksgiving (Continued on Page 8) who will be voted upon at the next companions were waiting near the

gift shop in the building when com- Day. (December) meeting of the Post.E. green for the faster foursome to go
pleted. It Is the first of a plan- TAILOR TO BE HERE FROM through and one of the
group The men happened -
Clewiston quota was set at ED V. PRICE B. Butler was nominated for
ned for this location, and landscaping 100 members, but Mr. Stewart explains COMPANYJ. to see the ball when it rolled
commander, to head the local
Is the
being done
with
the entire that this was on the basis of H. Decker representative of In the cup.
group in view. Grass and fifty cocus' previous years, and the populationis Ed V. Price, nationally known, tail- post for 1935. Other nominations include The hole-ln-one is the third to

plumosa palms and other shrubbery greater this year than ever be- ors will be in Clewiston for three Jay Moran for be made on the local course. In 1930

have already been planted,. makingthis fore and' he expects the quota to be' days next week, Thursday, Friday er. 0. A. Jones, vice-command-I Dick White, then a linotype operator
corner one of the most attrac- doubled. and Saturday. Hull, historian, S. A. on the Clewiston News, made a hole-

tive locations in town.t' There are several sections of town He will be In the Hay Building in lain, H. R. Hall and F. M. Wright, J JI in-one on Number 6, and about a

A six-room residence for M. H. in which workers will ,make campaigns the office of Charles E. Leer who I sergeant-at-arms. 'year ago W. M. Redelsheimer madea

Crouch is nearing completion also, this week that have not been has been local representative of the I Other than nominations, only routine I hole-In-one on Number 3. .

and Mr. Tippey expects to begin solicited as yet, due to the shortageof Price Tailoring company for several business was transacted at Wed
t' ;;. next week on a five-room residence supplies. years and is well-known to the tradeof I nesday's meeting.Mr. Mrs Grady Niblack has returnedto

!', ,:i-','. for C. F. Goodman. The ten members of Mr. Stewart'sroll this vicinity.Mr. I Clewiston after a visit of two
: ; .0"
; ... ', call committee are Mrs. F. M. Decker will be glad to be of and Mrs. Curtis Vaughn have months with relatives in Orlando.
" w V; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and Roy, Wright, Airs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. any assistance possible to anyone Interested moved to Indiantown and are resid Mr. and Mrs. Niblack are occupying

, :<,' : ,, jr., left Saturday for Belle Glade C. Prewitt, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs. In tailoring. Mr. Lear's of- ing at the Seminole Inn. Mr. Vaughn one of the Schult apartments Mrs.

p k::''' ;< V where Mr. Greene has been named Harry Vaughn, Mrs. J. A. McGeehee, fice will be open till 9 o'clock each who Is connected with the E, H. Niblack's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

"."'; ;:/:,,:, commercial agent for the Atlantic G. B. Stanley. Bob Coker, E. B. Butler evening for the benefit of thofiQ unable Latham company, is employed! 91} \ th E). Hirsch, of Orlando, are. visiting. them

t Coast Hug Railway, and Mrs, G, C. Poole, to call during the day, St.; Lucle.spllhvays! :: for a short while.j ..'-.. '

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THE CLEWISTON 'NF.WS. Friday; November 16,1934 .

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to accord to Japan the
disposition "
News Review of Current equality that nation demands even Let Our Motto Be ROTARIAN BOND /

though It be Jierely In principle with GQOD HEALTHBY OF FELLOWSHIP -'
I the Japanese tgreeing not to build up ;

the World Over to parity with them. Well-p ed ob-. DR. LLOYD ARNOLD AND HELPFULNESSRotarians
Events servers do not believe 'he conference Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive
Medicine.University of Illinois,
will'ftccomp'lIsh anything valuable and College of Medicine. ,_ said..Sinclair Lewjs} In 'j

Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swan- -------------------------- one of his! novels are: "Boy,Scouts in .

son says that regardless of Its, out- BOILS long pants..',, That description" was

William Green Gloomy About Unemployment-Henry come his department plans to bring meant 'as' a:gibe;*-Atzits twenty.fiftb
the American, fleet up to full treaty I annual conventlonheld in Detroit

Ford /Cheerful-Serious Charges Concerning strength and will ask congress for tbe acquaintance The other ,day relating a young a past man experience of my- Rotary International( ':!urned-the oth-

necessary appropriations. er cheek to the hoielisteJter he
Islands. said, "I was
Government of the Virgin __. ,had thanked Mr. Lewis for ttio.i jeer,
PRAJADHIPOK Siam Is not seventeen, and in '
KING Fred \V. Gr.ay: of Nottingham, England -
love with
a girl
with his present status as
one of the delegates 'said "If
:
By EDWARD W. PICKARD a limited monarch and has threatenedto who wouldn't lookat
we can eliminate laws and rules for
by Western Newspaper Union.. abdicate unless the government withdraws me, and I had
vocational service shall
we producea
take hold of their a measure pro ti ;yJf bolls. type of Rotarian who 'never: .can
should
another wlnter..at hand and "They posed in the national + We all laughed,. -
WITH too. In the same way, and run G be labeled a Babbitt"The .
I _. of Americans still unemployed country assembly which deprives Being seventeen,
organized labor, through President it with good sound American commonsense him of his traditional with a case of puppy organization, which was started -
in Chicago, in IJO! :,.by ,Paul,Percy
.
__ William! Green of the American right to decide love, was bad
n' Harris as a social club to promote
Federation of Labor whether persons enough. But boils

has asked the administration ruling by the United States sentenced to death .R in addition fellowship and profit among businessmen
SPEEDY rL has grown to one.fif world-wige) !
to old
ap court on constitutionality for crimes' shall live Boils are an
to all industriesto and the code of fair Stu probably as importance in \vhich fellowship rind
peal of the NUA act or die. This i of story,
increase production competition! for the lumber and) timber course. Is but one of S. old as love itself. service predominate and in whi h'the

30 per cent. Mr products Industry may be expected the distasteful limita- Certainly long be- greater stress Is laid on service.'.It.'

Green In a public Judge W. I. Gruhh of the Federal District : tions, prescribed by fore the das, of Job people suffered was, in fact the herald of the New,

statement assertedthat court at Birmingham. ,Ala., has the. ,national assembly from bolls, and they have been suffer ., "Service". has long 'been its'7.

for the first time ruled them unconstitutional dismissed since the revolution jf King ing ever since. Just about every per- .keynote., "Service' Above Self-He '

since President loose. an indictment against an operator 1932: 'which forced the praJadhipok son some time in his life Is afflicted 'Profits Most 1Vho. .Serves Best" is'the

volt's reemplo'men'tprogTam of several sowmllls. The action kingto give the country a new consti with one, of these "pus-sy devil_ spots slogan on the Rotary, 'esc' t heon.

got under was taken: by agreement of both sidesso : tution. There Is no revolution In this of pain," as'a writer fittingly described, These "Boy': Scouts; in long: punts"

-'-:-- way in July. 11)33.; unWilliam as to expedite an appeal to the Sup: case, for the people of Siam generally them. are now to be found in nearly every

Green employment| bas ex- preme courtDRESIDENT know nothing about the dispute between And, unless exceptional care is used, corner of the globe. ."O'n July 1", 1933.

,ceeded last year's level. The number the king and the government one boil is apt to breed another, and Rotary International, established in

.rag of persons without any employment he I ROOSEVELT an Prajadhlpok Is at present In England: sometimes the boil keeps on, workingthe 1922, consisted of 3,003 clubs, with

puts at 8.34S.OOO. Those without Jobs nounced that beginning July 1., with his queen anti\ the negotiationsare : same place over and over again, more than 147,000 members. More

in Industry in September numbered 1935. he will elimin-ite the 5 per cent carried on by cable. His majesty's' until it develops into a carbuncle. than 7,000 ,vbo'were' gathered in
10951000. Jobs for 2'J-JO.OOO: were pro- secretary there said the king's fight Detroit, heard Raymond J.- Knoep-
pay cut that is now taken out of thf Common boils caused ball-
vided by conservation I camps and emergency was really; a fight for ,the principles of are by.a pel, pastor director of International
salaries of all federal emploiees. The shaped called
relief projects, "but these, emergency democratic government and that he germ staphylococcus. This Rotary New York, declare: that Rotary -
jobs" he said, "are not creating pay restoration he explained. Is being would not give in. The secretary explained germ gets Into the skin by following; "enunciated the.,New Deal of

incomes to pay the costs." planned on the assumption that in that half the members of the down a hair follicle. Then pus develops human ,helpfulness more than twelve
continued "Could not the creases in the cost of living will necessitate Siamese elected at the place where the germ
Mr. Green : legislative assembly are years ago and was laughed ,at for its
administration invite all industries. to It. directly by the people, and the i-ther grows In the skin and there is the philosophy."-Literary Digest. ,

: co-operate in a general program: to in I The Treasury 'department thereupon half nominated>rl by the government resultant throbbing and stabbing pain. .

crease production and put men to admitted frankly that this means the with his majesty. placIng "great Importance Boils usually occur on the back: of Science Supreme? '

work? s taxpayers will be called on to pay ,an upon the attitude of the elected the neck or under the wrist band, or -
The head and front of
modern civilization
"If the nation-wide level of all pro- additional fifty million dollars a year 1J1 lIIhE'I-S." who Pnijmlhlpok claims opposed around the waist. A bit of dirt with -
is .-
duction were lifted 30 per cent (In a for the benefit of the 700.000 federal the measure relating to life and the germ on It, becomes imbedded in science t

balanced program, adjusting produc- employees who will benefit by the restoration death prerogatives. the hair follicle, then the rubbing of

tion to consumption needs each Industry in salaries. tho garment chafes it, and the boil

would then be assured that all Mr. Roosevelt, predicted (flatly that governments, both fed- germ has a fine, place to grow. :

other industries would Increase their the cost of 'living will advance substantially MEXICAN) state are carrying; on a Throughout the ages many kinds of

production and the wealth producedby within the next eight: months. determined campaign against ,the Roman poultices and remedies have been applied -

putting labor to work would create When he made this statement 'at his Catholic church charging l that to boils but without much suc- Children Needa

income to buy the product of all. ,regular press conference he also cau- the latter has been fostering a revolutionary cess. Then some sixteen or seventeen Why

"The total number at work In the tioned reporters to remember that an movement On the other hand years ago a French scientist, D'Her-

United States was 39.7G4.000 In September Increase In the cost of living meantan a vigorous denial that the Catholic relle Invented a ferment-like sub- Liquid LaxativeThe

1933: ; by September, 1934.: It Increase In commodity and property church had advocated armed resistance stance that dissolves bacteria as fer-

had declined to 39.307,000.: During values. thereby lessening the, difficultyIn to the Mexican government or intervention ments dissolve a starch granule. When

these 12 months the normal Increase paying debts. This Is one of the by the United States in the bacteria are dissolved by this ferment-
has added close to -!;)(). .
in population
avowed aims of the Roosevelt program. religious! conflict In Mexico was Issued like agent they are destroyed and all '' ,
000 to the of Job seekers for temporary 'relief children 'get
whom industry army provides no work. Thus He said he expected the rise of food.. by Archbishop Ruiz, the Apostolic del the material Inside the germ cells are from unwise dosing with harsh

the number without work In industryhas clothing, fuel housing, and other living egate to Mexico. In San, Antonio. Texas. liberated and escape into the solutionin cathartics may cause, bowel.strain,

'risen from 10,108.000 in September costs to be large enough by next July 1 Bishops and priests are being expelled which the bacteria are suspended. and even set-up irritation in the

1933, to 10,951,000 in September, to justify the 5 per cent restoration from various states, and the D'Herrelle named this substance bac- kidneys. A properly prepared:liquid
,
1934." state of Mexico issued an order, limiting teriophage, which Is Greek- for bac- laxative brings a more natural move

Mr. Green's' re- ERNEST GRUENING, chief of the number of churches In the region teria-eater or germ-eater. ment. There, is no discomfort at- the

Quite was as a gloomy statement as of the National DR., bureau of territories and In- in which services may be held to The writer of this article has been time and no weakness ''after: Youdon't
port Interested in the study of the skin for have to give the child "a'doubledose"
Industrial Conference board. 'This sular affairs, has tone rather hurriedlyto 34. the, same as the number of priests two later.
agency noted that the general Improve- the Virgin Islands to make a per- permitted to officiate ,in the state. All many years. When this new bac- a day or

ment in manufacturing activity usually sonal investigation Intoa 'churches above this number the decree teriophage was made known, It occurred Can constipation be safely relievedin
to me that If we could develop children'l"Yesl" say medical men."Yesl" .
will be used as schools
occurring In September failed to ma- state of affairs that- provided ,
terialize. Instead declines of 5.7 per has led to the tiling of and public libraries. The action was a bacteriophage that would eat the followed say this many sensible mothers medical who advice have:

cent in the number of wage earners serious charges before believed to have been taken to prevent staphylococcus or boil germ, we might 1. Select a good liquid laxative. 2.

employed, of 6.1 per cent in total man 1 committees 0 f both priests ousted from other states from secure a quick cure for this trouble- Give the dose you find suited to the

hours worked and of 5.8 per cent In houses of congress. In coming to the state.. of Mexico to offi some Inflammation. My assistants In system. 3. Gradually reduce thedose,

payrolls disbursed were reported. In a petition for a con.gressionallnquIryPaul ciate. the laboratory and I experimented fora if repeated, until the bowels are moving

addition, it was stated the rise in the The Supreme court ruled that all long time, and finally In 1923we. succeeded naturally without aid. .

cost of living from August to September C. Yates, who recently buildings used for Catholic.,ceremonies In finding a dissolving substancefor An approved liquid laxative"(one

depressed real weekly earnings of resigned as executive I shall become the property of the nation boil germs. With this substancewe that is widely used for children) is

wage 'earners 2.1; per 'cent. assistant to Gov. Paul could prepare a new ,vaccine for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. The

On the other band, the United States. ;I M. Pearson charges Acting President Rodriguez in a let the prevention and cure of bolls. mild laxative action of:this excellent

Chamber of Commerce in Its summary that the present administration ter to Attorney General Portes Gil said If you are Interested in how such preparation is the best form"of help

t of conditions. throughout the nation Gov. Pearson of the islands the clergy on pretext of opposing the things are done the vaccine is made by for children- a'nd gr wn- ps; too.

reports continued improvement of business Is "wasteful, extravagant Inefficient initiation[ of compulsory socialistic ed- growing'' the boil germs and then adding -: The dose, can be regulated..... for any

sentiment although it has not as and tainted withy corruption." ucation In Mexico's schools, has "initi- ( a small amount of'the fermen'tlike age or need. '.

yet been reflected definitely In the volume Yates was recently suspended 'and ated a frank campaign of sedition substance to the culture. After Your druggist sells Dr. Caldwell's

t- of transactions. ordered to Washington for an Inquiryby which reveals clearly its Intention to this has been Incubated for several Syrup Pepsin.

-tit hours, the boll germs'are dissolved,
Secretary Ickes who accused him bring about a revolution.
thoughtful persons comment and the vaccine Is ready to be applier .
MANY of "disloyalty, insubordination, and'
the apparent discrepancy be- to the surface of a young boil The FEEL TIRED .ACHY-
HITLER has realized
gross Inefficiency, and in general of ,
tween the pleas of William Green for CHANCELLOR vaccine Is not denatured In any physical
being a trouble maker. Yates resigned his regime In the revolt "
more employment and the policy pur- Protestant or chemical way, as neither heat Is applied "ALL WORN OUT ?
Immediately and came to Washington, of the Evangelical pas
sued by organized labor In fostering nor are chemicals added. We
i tors against the tyrannical rule'of
but chose to ignore Secretary Ickes'office
great strikes .seemingly for the ;sole have named It
decidedto staphylococcus bac- Get Rid of Poisons That
carrying his plaints instead dIrectly Relchsbishop Mueller, and has
of unionization and
purpose enforcing translated
Into
teriophage. or, everyday
to congress.He separate church and state. The government Make You ill '
the closed thousands of
shop. Many
the eater
boll-germ boll
language, or
of the relch. he said would '
persons are thrown out of employmentby charges that Mr. Ickes has been vaccine. a constant backache keepingyou
these Industries ham- "outrageously deceived" by Governor not Interfere In the quarrel. Some observers -
strikes. are miserable? Do you suffer
the fear The vaccine is applied by simply put-
pered or shut down and often serious Pearson and subordinate officials of in Berlin expressed burning, scanty or too' frequent
that this policy would lead to unrestrained ting "Tew drops on a piece of gauze urination attacks of dizziness,
disorders result. To the bystander it the Interior department has ignored ;
'.growth of Germane paganism and placing the wet dressing over the rheumatic pains swollen feet and r. ....
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does not seem fair that in a time of "complaints, petitions, and specific '\
distress such methods should be fol- charges" presented by 'the citizens of end also to further nets against the surface of the boil. The pain stops ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall ..
within a few minutes and the boil itself unstrung?
of Dr. Al-
lowed in order that the strength of the the Islands, and has dealt with officials"In Jews under the leadership
and Julius disappears within one to two days. Then give some thought to your,
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unions The latest fred Rosenberg philosopher
might be Increased.
a peculiarly harsh, cruel, and dictatorial kidneys. Be. sure they function
example of this policy Is the strikes manner." Streicher. publisher of the Storm The treatment is not so successful properly, functional kidney dis-

which brought about the closing of The petition further charges that' er. heads respectively of the pagan when applied to boils and carbuncles order permits'poisons' to, stay in

all the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea minor officials in the Interior depart. faith and the anti-Semitic movements. of long standing. It yields the best re- the blood and upset'the. whole sys-
company's shops and warehouses in Acceptance of Chancellor Hitler1) sults when it is used on a new boil! '
abttted Governor
hided and Pearson
ment tem.Use
Cleveland and which went.into effect in i new constitution for tne German Labor that Is Just developing. Then it is Doan's Pills. Doan's ,are for
"whitewash
"to a major public
Milwaukee! against the A. and P. and Front, which gives the Labor Front quick and sure. By using it at once, the kidneys only. ,They. help the
works scandal 1 and deceived the secre-
two other chain store companies. money and property which once belonged workers In the occupations already re- kidneys cleanse the blood of healthdestroying -
tary of the Interior regarding public poisonous waste. Doan'sPills
to trade unions and employers'associations ferred to, athletes, and all otherswho
works and the general situation, and are used and recommendedthe
HENRY FORD, wno says that what ';ere criminally negligent In the per- ,. was celebrated In HI,- are apt to get grime rubbed Into their world OYeGet'them from any
[ In Washington doesn't 000 demonstrations throughout Germany skin, can be spared many hours of pain druggist.
formance of their duty.
matter much so far as recovery is concerned and "sitting round the house doing
Secretary Ickes s accused of mak-
came out with a statement that I nothing." Employers, too, will benefit DO.A'N'S PILLS
ing prejudicial and injurious remarks
should be encouraging .France and Germany are wor- fropi workers not having to lay off so .
about T. Webber Wilson, judge of the BOTH
to the American over. prospects of trouble ,in many times 'And common boils need L
Federal District[ courtin the islands WNU-7 4534Qllicl7lealing
business man. He lolri the Saar, where a plebiscite Is to be not reach the carbuncle stage.
which "reflect
the Ford managers remarks unjustly upon held January 13, 1935. to determine Staphylococcus bacteriophage is

gathered In Detroit the federal judiciary and which are whether the region shall revert to Germany made by several commercial firms and
unbefitting the dignity of a cabinet of
that his company was' be attached to France or remain can be supplied by any physician at
out of the depression, ficer." (ekes also, Is accused of "un under the control of the, Leagueof not a great deal of cost. We are now
justly and at the Instance of Governor F O 1Z. .
and they in turn told Nations. The Nazi campaign In the experimenting In the research laboratory -

him of generally lm, Pearson having removed from office Saar has been active and large numbers at the University of Illinois to see 'Jlcin ffnitations

proved business conditions Chs"-les H. Gibson and Eli Raer government of Storm Troopers are said to if this vaccine will be of help in pre- .

in all parts ol attorneys, and Capt. MichaelJ. have entered the region in disguise venting typhoid fever. If you suffer with pimples, eczema,
Nolan director of police of St. rashes chafings .eruptions or other
the country. I UeoIl"ey! K. Knox. president of the governing Unfortunately this bacteriophage wiU ,
.on'L 'fhomas.'hnd St John with a skin trouble begin todayto
i a e depression: record of commission for the league has not stop boils from developing In persons distressing ,
Henry Ford 14 years' "loyal and efficient use Cuiicura Soap and
Ford set forth In a service. warned that In case of difficulties dur- suffering from diabetes varicose Ointment. Bathe the affected

statement "would be over for the ing the plebiscite he will call for the veins and Bother such debilitating '1B. parts with the Soap, anoint with the

whole country very soon If American CONVERSATIONS in London preparatory help of French troops Foreign Minis eases. The reason these persons get Ointment. Relief comes at once and t-J"

industrialists would just forget the alphabet to the scheduled naval te, Pierre Laval says the French will boils Is because due to their physical healing. soon follows.

schemes and take hold of their conference have been quite unsatisfactory be ready to respond. The German condition, their bodies cannot throw of! Soap 2Sc. 'Ointment 25c and 50c.

Industries and run them with good so. far, for neither the United Nazis are correspondingly Irate. ThereIs a boil infection, once it takes root In a Sample each free."

sound American business sense. States nor Great Britain shows any reason' for anxiety. hair follicle. I Address: Maiden"Cutlcura., Mass.Dept. IBS

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I I CHAPTER XIIIContinued16 i'lie' uchlng sorrow for the lovely Mex' I that lie would nut leave her to save lilt circlet: thai had covered all the
lean girl who had loved Starr Stone himself she knew full well face of the (flat land.
sank deep In her heart never to be Confronted with this new knowledge In the quest of these three silent
I ""Without sound" said Sonya, and quite eradicated. of disaster Sonya wet her dry lips, cast trailers there was more than a mere To Keep Moisture From Polished

bent forward' to unlace her boots Life-that could do such ghastly desperately about for something she search for a lost white woman. There Furniture .

Swiftly she took them nflf. things to Its poor devotees-was call might tell these three grim men and was the dim and gentle shadow of that Moisture will not affect the polished
Concha rose like a, puff of smoke Ing from the starry skies They were found nothing.But legendary deity the Blue South Woman surfaces of furniture If they

so still she was and graceful in the free, together, she and this scarecrowman she would not give up, she told! who "made her hogan" In' the are given the proper treatment

f dark with the wild bronze hair, thenaked herself again would never sink. They white girl's heart. After you have. polished the surface,
I With her heart racing to suffocation torso the bare feet and she had passed? through too much to fall *. So the Navajos rode steadily would rub a little linseed oil over It. '
Sonya rose too. of las would ride until they found her, either livingor
asked no more destiny. at Something happen Then rub with a soft cloth. This
j The Mexican girl reached out and Her brave heart leaped high In her. some way would open.And dead, if she was anywhere in the treatment Is just as effective on'
took her by the sleeve. That hatred her Joul'a ready for anything II then, leaning her face across wide land and destiny'' ime to meet varnished surfaces.
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; In her would not let her touch her encounter. She looked and she became them. 'Uidf
might up the cockpit's polished edge, THE HOUSEWIFE.
J flesh. Softly step by --step the two there was laughter on her white face. conscious of something ; fell They had done with the sagebrush Copyright by Public Ledger, Inc.
young things crossed the silent room She flung herself to destiny and.gloriedIn something with a seventh sense. Exactly levels Lone Mesa loomed before WNU Service.
listened at the partly opened door slid the hazard. as a dog senses danger which he them Silently save for'the click of

I'' through it In the long dark passage The memory of all sane and or cannot see, so this girl of the wild the climbing hoofs, they ascended, fantastic Balance Missions Budget

! they listened again then went south dered things was dim and far away:: land( sensed new danger now It was figures from a Ions dead past The American board of commissioners -
along the wall toward a door which the ranch house that was home the as If the hackles ot her spirit rose. the low moon red behind them. for foreign missions has

also stood ajar. faces of Serge and Lila and the child What could It be? And In the magnificent heavens Starr balanced its budget for the first time

Through this-and the night sky was? And .Rodney Blake I With a shock She looked at the hack of Starr .Stone, looking desperately down ahead, In six years. Expenditures for the
above them the tall cottonwoods she remembered him. Stone's head.; Its hronze hair whippingin : caught the dim outline of Lone Mesa's year were $1,33SGG1.SS, a reductionof
outlined against the stars. Like lIe was a stranger to her. She the backwash of wind behind the crown Its shining white stone4 level. 37 per cent from that of five years
I _; wraiths of the gloom they entered the could not recall his face with 'any low windshield, and wished she could! Here was a landing place. Here

d.- grove, passed through It, came. out on clearness. There was only one face see his fare.f were walls against which a man might

,I the open landing field clear to her. The face of this man sot she could have done so she would make a stand If he were armed find ago.MercoJizedWax
Before the little hangar Sonya saw' nave seen It set like a mask for Ion shelter behind which If he were not,
In the starlight the ghostly shape of before she felt the presence of this unseen providing he could get the time to
a little gray ship. They made toward danger he had been conscious leave his plane and gain them.

It swiftly, and as they reached Its of it. Sonya at his back felt the ship beneath ,

protecting wings a man stepped out lIe knew that not so far behind them. her tilt in a long smooth decline

from the hangar behind : a tall man. i not so high above, another little gray saw the moonlit earth come up
naked to the waist, his head hare his ship droned steadily out of the south- toward them. .
feet also a man who was prepared for that Nemesis incarnate was on their And she too saw and recognized
"spreading up" OL the morrow. Starr trail. He knew that In that ship there Lone Mesa.: '

._ Stone drew them both against the was. in all probability a machine gun It was almost level with them-was

gray ship's side. In the hands of Kl ,Diablo himself. who so-the ship was leveling off-dls-
"Sonya I" he whispered. "Oh Sonya !I" was an expert In Its use. What the lance height, had dropped awaytheywere "b4:
Then "Listen. We have one chance In end would be. he did not know. Only skimming the mesa's surface- jeeps Skin Young

a million. This plane Is still warm that It would he an end. There, was touchIng-bouncing on the uneven rock Absorb blemishes and discolorations using

from a trip Manuel took this afternoon. no doubt of that. -were still.Behind particles Mercolized of Wax aged daily skin as are directed.freed Invisible and all
I heard it come In about dark." El Capitan would never In this them that other was at the defects such as blackheads,tan freckles and
"Yes," said Sonya, "so did I." world let him get away with what ho very edge-above them-passing over. clear pores, velvety disappear.and Skin so soft-face.is then beautify looks

"It is fueled. They are always so. had done, with the knowledge; he had Starr Stone, with his arms about years younger MercohzedVax brings out ,
At all leading druggists.
hidden
Thank God-and Concha-we are with the stand he had taken to forswear Sonya.: dragging her over the side, cast, your Powdered beauty. Saxolite
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here 1 have Just disabled the other him and all his. works. He one flashing glance ahead. I I Reduces wrinkles and other age igns. SimI
one. 1 think, though not as permanently meant to kill him-to kill them both "I'ismet I" he said with white lips. I ply dissolve and Saiohte half-pint 1
1 witch hard daily as face lotion. |
use
as 1 could wish. We've got to take if no other way was possible-to shoot : "They beat us after all! They'redown
that one chance, Sonya. It's our only them down. if they would not land. between us and the pueblo !I"
chance Sonya. It's our only one. Get There was a white! line about the So they were the rocking gray ship Their Lot a Hard One

in, (quick." man's mouth. His blue eyes were still a hundred feet beyond. And El Blessed are the peace makers;;
With his hands under her elbows black with spreading pupils. He Diablo. Manuel, deadly shapes of but their lot Is discouragement.

Sonya went up along the side, droppedInto i thought desperately of the low adohe menace, were climbing out coming
the little seat, felt swiftly for thei house where her people lived. A landIng toward them.

safety belt. there, maybe, a fight from the Calmly Sonya stood beside her man. IF tire easily-
, >:., "Safe?" the 'man whispered tensely. house Itself Perhaps. If he could "Come back" she said touching him, you

i,I "Safe," she answered pulling the make it before El Capitan sensed his 'toward the cliff. It Is our only way." why not reason out the cause of
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; buckle tight. plan. But that high spot against the With his arm around her Starr this unnatural condition?

Then she saw Starr Stone turn to Through This-ana the Night Sky sky was coming nearer. Stone turned, and stumbling, hurry. Your first thought may be, "I
I': Concha and take her In his arms. Was Above Them. And where could they land with any lag, they crossed the space between must cat more." That's not alL You

I "ConchIta," be said softly but loud miraculously snatched from death to chance of safety? them and that sheer lip where once. should enjoy what you do eat. Frequently -
the blood cells are low...
enough for Sonya to hear the whispered life this man who drove an airship Well, It was fate-as he had told ages ago, It seemed, they had looked and this, perhaps, is what makes
words, "1 leave thee. It Is fate. through the midnight sky toward life poor Concha. info each other's tragic faces and you feel weak. If this Is your trouble -
.', But never will 1 forget thee, nor this and love and liberty. And then Sonya looked up and back found their destiny the stomach may not be calling

thing which you have done Always Presently watching tensely, she saw -and saw. "Darling," the man said softly, for sufficient food. Zest to eat may
while 1 lIve will I remember. Adios. the great pale ribbon of the Rio Saw the soft silver thing that followed "hold to me-tight-don't be afraid." be lacking. But what: a difference
S.S.S.makes when taken before
little one." Grande. like a pointing sword. Sonya Savarln laLghed, a little low just
meals. Just try it and notice how
: ."' And bending bis tall head he kissed The Border! She did not gasp or cry out but sound. your appetite and digestion improve.
her on the lips. The l International line watched It with wide eyes and a hand "Afraid?" she said, running. "With S.S.S. stimulates the flow of gas

"Ready." he said, and, pushing the She held her breath as they passed across her mouth. you?" tric juices and also supplies the
girl beyond the plane's wing tip, he above It, and let It out In a great sIgh. After alii! "Halt !I" came the great voice of El precious mineral elements so necessary -
caught the propeller's blade. El Capitan Diablo Manuel the After all the monstrous anguish the Capitan Diablo. "Halt I Or I fire!1" in blood-cell and hemo-glo-bin
so;
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.-0' fear the sorrow and the hope! There was yet a moonlit for tip-building. Do try it It may be
Up and down he swung It-one, two. strange adobe house: In the__ nonlnr space
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rainbow
r----n the need to brush
.,':"., three then a fourth vehement time. grove-they all seemed to fade to become Verily Starr Stone was paying for the running feet. Death might catch present you discouragement over
away
and came lithely up and over Into the unreal, like the figures In a fright his sins, and she paid with him for them before they leaped to meet It. your health condition.
-f., pilot's seat as the roar of the catching ful dream. that love which had redeemed him to Crack I Crack Crack 1 Do not be blinded by the efforts ot m '
;. '. engine thundered Into the night.: A little longer and they would be manhood's high estate, which had The sharp harking of an automatic, few unethical dealers who may eua
Best substitutes.
You have
The moments that followed were safe. made ot her a fugitive, an outcast not the machine gun. i insist that S.S.Sbe supplied a right yon on to
ages long to Sonya desperate moments Safe-and home. from her own, but which burned In Bullets whined about them clippedinto request.Its long years of preference i
; of allowing the ship what of its warm Home. her soul with Indestructible beauty.So the rock beyond. is your guarantee of; satisfaction.

Ing time was possible. At that thought Sonya SavarIn sat be It, thought Sonya Savarln so And Sonya Savarin looked up tOt the world's

Terrible moments, fraught with sharply up within the confines of the be It. the last time Into the face which had great blood
drama, .vith heartbreaking suspenseStarr buckled belt. C e filled her heart her soul to the exclusion
# Stone, watching the dark house Home! Down In that dim world below the of all else since that wild day In e medicineSkn

and the poplar grove, gave what he What would It mean to her and to last act of this drama of the sage land spring here on this wind-swept height
could to safety and then, as dim lights Starr Stone? was preparing for enactment. Posse when she had first beheld It.

t.:: .o flashed In the house, among the trees, The stern face, of her brother-Rod after posse, scouring the lone levels. The man looked down, slowed In his Tbrmenf
he gave her the gun a lIttle-a little had turned back toward the railroad stride. .
Blake who had so grimly promised
II more-more yet. and the town. Baffled' wondering One moment more-a kiss, maybe, Hchinj*,roughness
that country no man
no people, no
I new reinforcements made and this glorious adventure would be cracking.easily relieved
There the little forward they sought
came from hIm-and
surge should ever take her and withsoothing
forever-sealed like a deathless improved "
the heavier one, the lifting of the tall Marston of New York, the man who more extensive preparations to search done
and the Bad Lands flame In the casket of eternity.And -
as they rocked away along the field came to find who sent the contrabandfrom the canyons coun
the gathering of speed, and then the Mazatlan to the coast I try. Only Serge Savarin, the two men then, high on the thin blue lair soothingResinol
soft wave of stillness as they lost contact They had not .cheated destiny after with him, rode and would not give up. there came a sound as old as the
sound to chill
behind a
walls ,
with the earth and sailed away all. They were headed straight for Two Fingers Hosteen Nez, Hosteen ruined
shock the souL IPfWt JOB
to very
blood,
the
hunted patiently In ever widen-
Into the starry heavens. this, and Starr Stone knew It I For T'so
Clear and high and savage primitiveas For Men and Women who will learn
., And Sonya Savarln looking down I Itself the war cry of the Nar- BEAUTY CULTURE or MEN'S BARBERING.
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P. P.. P .J..J.J -' -.T..T..T..T..T. '.T..T, '
with wide drawn had seen Justas -- .r-r-.r---r.- r rr. C
eyes .T/////.r'.T///- .T.-r..T.------------- I ajos. It pealed above the crackinggun : Let MOLER SYSTEM give you a real start
they surged for the start, a long in life. Earn while you learn. Write today
and the
the woman
stopped man for FREE booklet No. 40 W. and learn
red spurt of flame where Concha stood Pack Trains of Mules and Porter Gangs like'a hand upon their shoulders.And I how our we can help you to a good paying position .
In the shadows, heard, above the roar shadows of or a business of jour own. Write
Electric Equipment to LhasaLhasa out from the dusky MOLER SYSTEM,43 i Peachtree St, Atlanta,Ga.I .
of the motor the faint, sharp crack of Transport the crumbling walls three shadows
a shot. flames. In the
came like darting very
i "Oh, God !I" she cried, a sob In her order Itself to meet them El Capi
be illuminated for the The was an unusual one. act of whirling
throat. "Oh, God I Conchita !1" Is to written his henchman were caught In jZlCbt fi
first time In its history by electric It was on a piece of rice paper tan and \
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I Conchita, who, saving her love yet light. The cable to carry the necessary measuring two feet by four feet. their onslaught went down beneath .
could not save him apart from his. voltage alone weighs many hundreds and was dated "The 21st of the Fourth the h. Aa"nS ,.\

had made the last great sacrifice for of tone, and the Journey from the !Month of the Water Bird Year." The Then, as Starr Stone ran toward \ge" 0 tnott4u'uotSYa .-.t:

love Itself. rail head at' Darjeeling; to the city of The principal condition of the order them as Sonya followed, tall Two Fin. ee : \. : re :;
The pouring crowd that flowed along Lhasa Is one of 400 miles through the was that the whole equipment was to gers rose with the dapper pilot held \o\) 0ateloa \S .
the field, lighted now, could wreak no says a correspondent in the London be packed In case and that no case by the neck in his powerful hands. \ eo P o 0.taity.fEB'te"-tJ.1 .:
vengeance on her for Concha, too, was narrowest and roughest of tracks. was to weigh more than eighty; pounds. Behind him Hosteen Nez. Hosteen T'so 1 G:E S Grt\e\ tad,..i
gone among the stars.CHAPTER. The first :200. miles 'Of the journey, The cable alone had to he cut Into came struggling up with the great bulk SAM4L t'Ymiio autcitce ts

Times can be accomplished by .a "pack 20-yard lengths, each weighing about of El Diablo fighting like a fiend between ER w eto: Cp, pt6.o iflYftEtp
XIV train" of mules, but about half way the SO pounds and for these over 300 cases them pit 1daoM
character of the country changes and were required. In all there were 2,000 "South Woman" said Two Finger, p+>OL'?,Y.

!' : On Lone Mesa's Top. the loads have to be transferred almost cases forwarded to Lhasa.At "what have these. done to you and to 1s .
Sonya clung, to the cockpit's edge entirely by Tibetan porters aided I the other end a little group ot your man?" sterns.pt
with clutching lingers, her eyes. In a few Instances by yaks. Mountain electrical experts, all Tibetans, awaitedthe lIe spoke In Navajo, and Sonya 'aa Z5 ar'd iOoF
burned dry of sudden tears fixed on I passes over 17,000 feet high haveto parts which will be erected under swered, panting.TO .
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Advertising rates on application. and is the only state for a loop has formed a appreciate the importance of devel-

advancement and institution Florida maintains. A of makin' a fuss over 'em. oping tourist trade. PAINTING BODY AND
Devoted to the it to it will be an eye-opener to A gentleman from Maine or Min- Today few houses in this' splendid FENDER WORK
Hendry
welfare of Clewiston and it was to city vacant. Indications thatit I
as us. or some other out of the way are are TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
: County. I Col. H. C. Duncan of Tavares drive will be filled and running over
-' : happens to through the I
a member of the board of before the holidays. A friendly ges-
of Hollywood. In his bewilder-
p Jacksonville- for which is the directing body for he parks in front of a fire ture, a few free games on the muni- Done by An Expert:

f, Congratulations, the state educational institutions, the little cipal golf course, admission to a dia- Courteous Service
steps
collection of city or on gas a
your 90.5 percent vited us one day last week to oo enthusiastically and is apt to mond ball game. together with a Work Guaranteed.<<

company him cwi an official the attention of a traffic cop. friendly smile is winning the patronage Prices Reasonable.
tas.es.We'd of inspection of the & M. of
A. Wo hundreds of tourists and
It that Law and Order in
r,;;.: set aside a night for seems
like to
cepted and we are glad we did. these good folks are busy telling
while rigid enough as
to return and -
the Halloween ghosts PIONEERBernice
Arriving about 12:30 we others.
! all the numerous "foot as burglars or pick pockets are
straighten up sever hundred. young negro I don't know who Is responsiblefor
is nil
traffic
.: on regula- Station
E'- bridges. and women gathered in a if the offender happens to be the plan but it certainly is a
auditorium. It was the weekly good one and will pay many times BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
out of state.
: referee who was .
Alabama
That meeting in preparation for the over. Wrecker Service at All Hours
ganged upon in Tampa for poor de- Instead of crowdin' the 'stranger r ,
, ball game next day with South
cision will evidently agree that foot- olina State. also colored. Cheer visitor over to the curb, slippin "

. ,', ball is a dangerous game. ers showed originality in their 'a dirty look and a police ticket NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
they inform him the bond will "
f:'; and the show they put on was NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN A.*.....%.*..*..%.%. .*. *.....*.. .* *. .*
There'll begreat rivalry to seer fifty bucks; traffic officers po- that . . .%.% .*.'W%. .%*. .%. seeing. After about half hour
an
whose wine is served at the White tell the offender that nice peo the undersigned Special Master in 1
this the president Dr. John Chancery, by virtue of the final decree
i;: House. Why not grapefruit wine? don't park cockeyed or make life .
: E. Lee took
over the reins and of foreclosure entered In that
"" And if rumors are correct, Clewiston for firemen by blockin'
nounced that Colonel Duncan was certain cause pending in the Circuit
rum and cordial? the house. He was called to the the hydrant. They follow this up I Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof Good Farm

':4r and upon being asked what he an apology and assure you that Florida, for Hendry County, in
r'': The FERA, trying 'so hard to re like the school to do Mr. know the offense was not in- Chancery, wherein The Clewiston I

.;. duce' expenses, was probably delighted suggested that he would like to .-and by the way, your li Company, a corporation, is 'plaintiff,: Land
to learn '1 it would be saved the again the rendition tag indicates that you are a and Hendry Investment Company,, I
of "Swing
::' terrific expense of rounding-up Florida's Sweet et al, are defendants, will, on Mon-
wild horses. Chariot. Since won't do day, December 3, 1934, between the
you are sorry'and for Rent
I" Now we've heard this sung hours of eleven o'clock, A. M., and I
again how nbout stayin' over here
times, sometimes by negro two o'clock, P. M., at the front door
A chap near Clewiston was arrested a few days. Here is a courtesy of
the County Court House in La-
choruses trained for radio work '
,
.
last week by federal men for sometimes by Belle, Florida, offer for sale and
; manufacturing quarters and half- 'x.hite'choruses, but And boy, I mean it is a courtesy sell at public outcry, to the best and

t dol ars. Probably he was a ,loyal have never listened to as flawless It's all printed up neat and highest bidder for cash, the folloWing I
Democrat trying to help inflation as beautiful a rendition as was with stubs atached 'to it like described real property in Head, I

\. along.-Pahokee News. Sheriff fered. The soloist was a young railroad ticket and each little stub ry County, Florida, to wit: I II
f. from Lakeland, Laura Barrett I
r" ; Delaney "deflated" his scheme In good for somethin'. Lot No. 23, Block No. 150, of
: a hurry. her clear, bell-like Ticket number one reads: "Admit the City of Clewiston as described TrespassersWill
were an entirely new note In this
in the "General Plan of
-- and family to the Hollywood
:c If you're going to shoot duck, masterpiece among spirituals. Casino." The cop explains Clewiston," more or less, datedJune' Be
f" of the hundred voices 1st, 1925, prepared by
blending
you'd better call on Postmaster Law- hat all the best people go there and
rence and hand him a greenback inft. the chorus and humming the ou'll find real 'welcome John Nolen, City Planner, Cam- ProsecutedThe
a
endo, gradually swelling into awaiting bridge, Mass., under survey by
.. exchange for one of those little ducky a:
: :: stamps to stick on your hunting endous crescendo, there was not ou.The Elliot & Harman Engineering I
C 'next stub is good for free Company, Memphis, Tenn., Pe- i
f licnesej Uncle Sam's men have a single discordant note. And : for yourself and, family at oria, 111., and Washington, D.
t' habit of catching up with violators organist Brown followed this with diamond ball game at Dowdy: C., which said premises are a
;r-,,,- \ of federal laws, you know. masterful selection on that any night you may wish to at part of a'tract" consisting of the
ment. East half of Sections 8 and 17
I
; Uncle Sam is going to auction off "'After a specially prepared The next pass informs you that and all of Sections 9, 10, 15
': dinner at the domestic and 16, Twp. 43 S., R.34. E., ;
science
those gallons and gallons of liquor are invited to be ,the guest of I
to satisfy said decree and all costs
s.
" which Major Allie J. Angle has foresightedly ing, we accompanied! Duncan city for a round of golf on the I
t. been storing away after President Lee over the golf links. H. A. RIDER, Clewiston !I
Special Master h
1
each federal raid for a year. The Again we were amazed, this time Hollywood, the card reads, is a Chancery I I II

proceeds should be sufficient to pay the perfect discipline, the j:0. city, developed for the plea I
EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, Company i !
'-- the salaries of the officers who are mein of the students and : and recreation of visitors and 1st National Bank r!(
Bldg.
f-,. responsible for its confiscation.' by the cleanliness and order ens. Your attention is called to Miami, Florida, I i I

i-. vailing everywhere. Some of the fact that Hollywood Beach is: Solicitors for Plaintiff. .i

" Lake Immonia (20 square miles- ) mitory accommodations for the of the finest on the Atlantic No. 4'6-Nov.. 2-9-16-23-30. ......................................................................................,. ,...
; pulled one of the disappearing acts are antiquated but they are

for which the Tallahassee section is and in order. No barracks in =
regular . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . .
noted. The fish with which the lake army presents any' more ,:NNNNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNNN1NNNN: :NN:NN:NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN: :NNMNNNN:NNNNNNNNNNNNS

teemed were a. problem, and though derly picture. And it was not ;i; ..;..

: many were saved by transferring to for our benefit. Nobody at the

other lakes and many were used for lego knew we were coming '

food, many perished. about an hour before we arrived. Ccmti tiaU

--- of This Is especially to be III ; .1
News dispatches told us "Public ed when we realize that there .

schools in Florida will be closed 191 more girls than proper .

Monday in observance of Armistice modations have teen provided .
Day, which falls on Sunday. Attorney and 86 y \

; General is Cary D. Landis" ruled taken. Five more or boys six to than a room should is ::_:: IT WILL BE \ V :_::
Monday
a legal holiday. But unusual. Dr. Lee, serving his v

Hendry- county officials didn't findit year, as president of A. & M.-
out in time, as Clewiston schoolchildren by the way, stands for THE SEASON'S f

learned, and Monday. school and mechanical- was
2 : went on as usual. with Booker Washington
for
.
-I years before leaving 'Tuskeegee. i
] BIG EVENT
! The big season opens next Tues informed us that the first lesson r ::

f day. To many it is more important student learns when he or she

F than the tourist season, the bean ters this cOllege consists of just y
'
t .season, 'the grinding season, or the words and this lesson is repeated y

, .. Christmas.season. We refer 'to the some form to every student ::: Largest Tailors in the World of :i i:

,hunting season, for which more day. The four words are "Be GOOD made-to-order clothes _
plans are made than for most of and Courteous." The lesson is !_: CHICAGO :!: ;.,

the others combined.' Reports as to fleeted in every room about the .:.. -. ,: .:. .... "
the abundance .
of
in the Everglades
game
pus. "" ',
.. varies this season, some report We have written at :_: Will hold at our store a ::_::

it as plentiful and others
I. say length but have told
only the
they find it
scarce.

.,' Two families have been deprived tution lights of we the feel story sure few of a of state our _: SPECIAL TAILORING EXHIBIT- J:_:

is t: of their bread-winners as the result ers knew anything about. Proper

I ,_ :of a fight followed by a killing inDslray an ucation important of the item negroes in the of Florida : .'i'. DISPLAY OF FINE WOOLENS .=1 1"i' .

Beach last _
Friday night. One ..
r program and we
4 are pleased to
man with a wife and small child -
is y
J over 7-00 of them getting the kind and for Autumn and Winter selected
dead and another also with a family ::: Many patterns weaves ::
training that is
being given at :
had: is something awaiting to trial do with in jail.this Liquor affair, Florida cial. A. & M..-Leesburg :: from their large stocks will be shown in the full piece. ':!:


Witnesses the evidence at the at the trial trial repeated showed.theold ,' =i= A representative from this nationally known house will be here. :;:


drinking story but that no "there one was had drunk.been" :.amRE &. .... .... | i. Provide now for your Autumn and Winter requirementsfor -- ::

People"being. have drunk"different ideas as what n JACK'S FAMOUS p :;: either immediate or later delivery V :;:
means. If a person a w

Is able to walk down the sidewalkfairly | Chop Suey Dinners
straight and without running I p
I 24Jf
-. into telegraph poles, he is generally a Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 .
.conceded- ,not to be drunk even if i 11. Open Until 9:00 p. m. Nov. 22 23 ,
.
be'd es wobble a little. If he were :' I .:. < ]
drunk lie would be practically helpless SPECIAL BKOILKD: SXIOAK !

". ,..many: and,will-say also that harmless.it is A Of man's course own, a -" L- Uiiu- ,. .>-rs--Thursday- ..---- .- Night.- : CRAS. E. LEAR _;: )


:'business-i when he' drinks.' However, ,I Watanabe Motet \ '"
1lgnor mahes murderers out of CIewiston Fla. i.
tilerh.. I Hay Building
rMnciI
people, makes them charges on the 1 'l'roi.] ,


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I NOVEMBER 16, 1034 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE

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: .:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:.:N:..:M:NIN:N:N:.:. Mr. and Mrs: W.' C. Prewitt and A large group of Clewiston folk Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W.I ]IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

: :i: :s: Mr. and Mis. R. Y. Patterson were attended the Druggists' Ball held in C. Prewitt, Mrs. C. L. Downs, H. J.

I :;: Personal MentionMr. :=;: visitors in West Palm Beach Monday Fort Myers Friday evening. Amongthe B. Scharnberg and: J. P. Percy.

dancers were seen Mr. and Mrs.D. 1 "rtf*
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'..:..:..:. G. Alston, Grady Niblack, Mr. MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS J. MGUS(

-' and Mrs. R. C. Wilson visited Mrs. C. F. Goodman,,. Mrs. R. D. and Mrs. Paul Ewing, Andrew Derry BRIDGE CLUB THIS WEEK

':.-. in. LaBelle Sunday. \\hiddon and Mrs. A. A. Munroe Miss Jewel Russell, Miss Eva Mae Counselor and Attorney at Law
spent Thursday and Friday in Mi- Greene, Miss Vilma Rhodes, Joe The Bridge Club met at the homeof Hopkins Bui1cU'ng'edl1esdays

F M. H. Driggars- -of Bartow was ami. .:Johnson, Lawson Jones, Sidney Cro- Mrs. Dave Alston Tuesday after- \\ and Saturdays
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/ here on business yesterday. -- chet, Robert Hare, Miss Evelyn noon. High score prize, a lemon 0:30 to 4:00 *
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and Hare, Mrs."Elsie Hare Colhern, Miss server, was presented to Mrs. C. W.

/' Fred Puryer spent a few days: in Miss Bertha Gram of Moore Haven Louise Renfroe, H. J. B. Scharnberg McDonald, low prize, a budge! set,

'..... Sarasota over the week-end. were Clewiston visitors Sunday af- John Lucca, Merrel Lowe, and Har to Mrs. G. M. McFadden and a 'cigarette -

ternoon. ry Knight box to Mrs. H. R. Hall, who Watches. Clocks, Jewelry

.: C. H. Rhodes of Lakeland was a made the lucky cut. Rear or
<: business visitor here Monday.; Mrs. J.. A. McGeehee, Mrs. Ivan 3IRS. SIMPSON ENTERTAINS The guests included Mrs. C. W. .
Van Horn and Mrs. E. L., St wart WITH LUNCHEON TODAY McDonald.! Mrs. G. M. McFadden, Glen'1st on Drug. CompanyJeelry

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley visited were business visitors in West Palm Mrs. 'II. R. Hell, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Repairing

friends in Moore Haven Sunday. Beach Tuesday. ,. Mrs. S.. F. Simpson is entertaining Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mr3. F. R. Max- W. H. MERRITT

with a luncheon today for her well, Mrs. J. W. Ezclle and Mrs.G. WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

"'C. A. Baggott of'Terra Ceia was in Foy Durrance, and Miss Bonceil mother, Mrs. Olin Carleton of At B. Thomas. CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

:', Clewiston on Business Wednesday. Stone spent Monday in West Palm lanta, who is spending the winter --_. ,
Beach with Miss with her. Guests TIlE COMMUNITY O. Box 521
Stone's aunt, Mrs. are Mrs. C. H. Settle CHURCH

., J. E. Beardsley was a business s R. B. Bunyard.H. Mrs. Anna Farnam, Mrs. J. T. Sunday, ember 18, 1934 "We Are Here To Stay"
; "
... 'f'" Visitor in West Palm Beach Wednes Couliette' Mrs. Lillian Harben, Mrs Rev. D. Jenkins Williams,. Ph. D.,
',' -day.' C. Kolstad and G. T. Echols l V. V. Mason, Mrs. Lida C. Short andMrs. D. D., Minister.
spent three days the first of the F. M. Barbee of Moore Haven 'dgClgHIIiilI I Igg6qPdi1qI91i116ti1391 gN

: ,:L. O. Gravely of LaBelle was a week in Miami where they were and Mrs. M. Hawkins of Clewiston. Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Pioneers, .6:30 p. m. DEEP ROCK WATER
called
,business visitor in Clewiston Satur- I' on business.
Evening Worship, 7:45
p. m.
day. DAY OF PRAYER SEn'EDrITH
Miss M. F. Chaplin and Miss Ida \\ CHURCH PROGRAM Theme: "Covet the Best." Five Gallons, 25c
Dr. Williams will meet. the Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bolyn of Tampa Batter of Jacksonville arrived in
School in .Lake Harbor at 2: 30 Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays. and
The
were in Clewiston on business this lewiston Thursday to ,spend a Ladies Aid of the Community
week. couple ,of days on business.W. Church observed the annual day of p. m. and! the School at Hooker's Fiidajt. Leave order at B & B store.

prayer yesterday at the church, fol Point at.3:45 p. m.The Your business* appreciated.

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of Mrs. Charles Christian, who teaches lowing a covered dish luncheon at public is cordially invited to G. P. BarrowHflBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
Azucar were visitors in Clewiston school at Punta'Blanca, came over the home of Mrs. Grover Poole. attend all the services:: in the respective -

Sunday. with her daughter to spend the, Mrs. Wjlfred Lockhart had chargeof I communities.

' "- week-end at .her home here. the program' and she and Dr. D.
. .::. Mrs. J. G": Sheffield of West Palm J.. Williams! made splendid talks
on .... .
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Beach spent Monday here with Mr. Miss Eva Mae Greene, Miss Vilma the missionaries and mission' fields.
.' Y
... Sheffield.M. Rhodes, Sam Heath, Joe Johnsonand Mrs. Mark Lawler and Mrs. Fred Y A

. C. C. Davis ;Attended the Armistice Nebiker sang* a lovely duet, One A. Fable An i'
M. Brunk of Sebring spent Day Dance in Belle Glade.v Sweetly Solemn Thought. s Application, ; '

:;':b-<. .....;-, 'a few days in Clewis ton this week Attanding were Mrs. J. E. Beards-
:: i
on business.Mr. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. ; ::
Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart
ey. Miss
Patterson. Mrs. J. P. :: And A Plea. : ;
Percy and Mrs. Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. G. C. Poole, ; ,::
'
and Mrs. A. C. Rimmer of At: H. J. B. Scharnberg were visitors Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Albert Hill, .o __ ._
lanta were business visitors here in West Palm Beach Wednesday.Mrs. Dr.: and Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs .. A
'.' Wednesday.Mrs. :|: THE FABLE The dog with bone. Remember ;
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. J. E. Winn, : a ::
R. L. Saxon, Mrs. Geiger, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs. Robt. Smith, .- ? os. .
, F. R. Maxwell and Mrs. Glen Virginia, Thornton and Joan f f
Saxon ;
i, .'' Mis. G. M. McFadden, Mrs. Fred
, Etherton were visitdrs In LaBelle of :Moore Haven
fi' 'V. were guests of Mr. Nebiker, Mrs.. C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. I
THE APPLICATION That's I have
::
Wednesday.
and Mrs L. L. Lowe here Saturday. i : me. .
F.
Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs.
.' .: R. L. A. V. Southard, Mrs" Ivan VanHorn .;. pounded the good old car into a pulp over :::
Dosh of
Hollywood was the T. Hull
( guest of Mr. and S. A. Graves, Drew Mrs. B. E. Herring and .Mrs. G. B. :;: this terrible road with idiotically ::
""l :. Mrs. A. A. Munroe Hampton and E. I. Lewis of LaBelle Thomas. my eyes

)/". :. here. Sunday. attended the meeting of the Clew- _. :;: fixed on a new Ford. Oh, well. Maybe I'll :.;:

r:, Mr. and ,Mrs., F.' C. Goodman were iston the Post Inn of Wednesday the American evening.Legionat :MRS. SCHARNBERG HOSTESSAT :;: learn sense someday. :!:
BRIDGE
:MONDAY
>
:
business
visitores
in West{ Palm
:: Beach Monday. |; THE PLEA I can't drive about to *
" ,,. : Mrs. W. A. Davis is recuperatingat Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- : see youI

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gibbens of her home in the Barracks from a I tained with a bridge party at her :i: any longer ; will you send me your subscriptions :;::

: J" : Canal day afternoon.Point were visitors here Sun- recent the serious first of illness the ,week having from returned the- noon.home After on the several Ridge progressions Monday after of :3: to the Everglades News? The *_:

,:,.; ./ Belle Glade Hospital.A. contract were enjoyed, high score. :;[: race is very close. I can win the car only ;:;:; "'

Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Giles have prize, a 'lovely luncheon set, was _
returned :|: if EVERYfriend who wishes well ;
,,.r.; from a few days' stay in L. Morgan of Sebring has arrived awarded to Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. me orS :s:

." Savannah, Georgia. to make his home in Clewis- C. L. Downs, holder of second high :;: who remembers still the various parts I ::
ton. He is
employed in the shoe and
score received double
a deck of '
"v'- Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Headley and men's furnishings department of the cards, and Mrs. F. M. Wright with :;: took in helping Clewiston organizations, :;:

r= i -: daughter, Billie, visited relatives in Clewiston Supply company. low score was presented with two will kick in with a two dollar bill. *

, Fort Myers Friday.Mr. -- linen dish towels. y ..
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hansen and Delicious coffee sandwiches .:.
and
and Mrs. V. V. Mason of daughter, and Mr. and Mrs.. Jim cake were served to 1\ rs. H. A. Best- :=$;: The address is Box 1 136, Indiantown. *

I Moore Haven McLure spent the week-end on a or, Mrs. A. L. y
were guests .of friends Rodriguez, Mrs. Fred .
I. here Friday evening: fishing trip, camping in the northern Henricksen, Miss Gynna Henricksen, :I;: MARJORIE B. WALLACE :;:

part of Glades county on Fisheating Mrs. y
R. Y.
Patterson, Mrs Fred i
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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Pape and Creek. Hill. Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. W. C. .;..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:'
son, Richard, of Pahokee visited
relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Hooker and -

children of Clewiston and Mr. and

:0.. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Anderson of Mrs. Z. B.. Hooker and family of.. ;: :i: ...4 ::

Chicago arrived ,Monday for a few West Palm Beach spent Sunday with y y ..s.:. FOR SALE -.;flII
,:.J.-.: days visit in Clewiston. Mrs. M. C. Hooker at her home a 's': ...
';:.ri few miles north of Moore Haven. y
: :f? Frank S. Antram- --of- Jacksonville :i: :i: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :=i: ::

:, ... :i-' 'has arrived to spend a few weeks in F. L. Tunis of Miami, R. G. Me- '' .s. .. .s-.
- :>',U Clewiston on business. Cranie of West Palm Beach, Robert ...'. .. .. .-
I I I I I I ;
Hanselman Philadelphia.. GeorgeB. ; $ :: ::

.:".'" Mrs. J. M. Couse and Miss Miller of Miami, H. C. McWilliamsof ?
Bertha .. -
.:. ,
::' "'"; Gram of Moore Haven visited friends Tampa and C. T. Conrad of Pal- ... .'. iiji

: in Clewiston metto were 'among the business vis- ..
?:._ Tuesday. .!. .;. ; .s-
itors here _
this week. vy

" .>.. : C. R. Forehand of Fort Myers and .!. .i. ..'.. 's.i. y- ',

:F. J. Holmes of Tampa were in W. M. Redelsheimer spent Wednesday ..!.. ..i.. -.:. .s..s. ::

Clewiston on business Tuesday.Mrs. in Miami visiting Mrs. Red- .:. .. 0:. .sOY
Isheimer and their son, Billy, who yy

Elmer Kranz, Mrs. Victor became> ill during the week-end whili: fxY

\ .... Emanuel and Mrs. Clyde Egley were he and his father were in Miami .s. .. .Y.. s
tfr., Redelsheimer reports that his ..s..s.. .i' .sO
I shopping in Fort
Myers
yesterday. ..'
.s. ; .s. :::
son; who
l was quite ill with plurisy .s. .. os. s
has .. ... .s. ,
: R. K. Tibbets and C. J. Hug, of improved greatly. .:. : tY .

Highlands, Illinois, are spending a ... .Y. ..:.. .:.
few days in Clewiston on business. Mr.s. C. L. Greene of Haines City .s. Y.s.Y
spent the we k-end here with her fy,

husband, who has been telegraph ? .;. yXtX
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
E.
Nail
operator at the A. C. L. depot. Mr. ... .Xf
spent Wednesday and Thursday in s oSo 0 0
Vero Beach and Stuart Greene was transferred to Sarasotathe :: ::: -
on business.
first of the week. Jack Strick- .t.
'. .s. s -
.
!and of Fort Meade is the '
new Yt
Mr. and Mrs. F.. B. Mills op- ...
and erator. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland are ,:. .. I
y ?
daughter of Moore Haven s
were making their home at the :Watanabe.Mr. x Yt
transacting business here Saturday. .:. .. .s.yAA 0A
and Mis. Foster Trainor and # y
Mrs. G. O. Wallace of Indiantownand son; Edward, of Daytona Beach, arrived ;% rt' yy
Mrs. R. W. Wardell of ... .. .s.
Pahokeewere this week for a visit with Mr. .s.
.. .s.
__, ..s.yy .
guests of : .s.
friends here
Tuesday and Mrs C. F. Trainor. They will
.. .s.
:
return home the latter part of next .s. ..fO. .s. ..sA -
., Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Kranz and week and will be accompanied by sy
r. .. Xyy
Clifford Kranz have returned from Mr. and Mrs. A. Trainor who have ; xy

a visit with relatives in Missouri and visited here with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ax
: Illinois.Blair. Trainor. tf

I :: ::: Pay The Balance Like Rent :: ::=
Hawkins and his mother.Mrs. Miss Roberta ueorge and Miss ,

;' M. Hawkins, visited Mr. and Betty: Spicer, who are spending;! sev- WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON, HOMES J;: :;;:
: '
:;; y Mrs. C. H. Hawkins oral
,: ; in Moore Haven months in Miami taking busi-
a
:.. Thursday. ness course, arrived Saturday to :: := YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :=: 'j';


4' ,,' Mrs. L. R. Yates, Mrs. W. F. Simpson and spend Mrs.the Robert week-end George here and with Mrs.Mr. U Clewiston Home Building Association H) t

.6 1. .. '. > ; Mrs. Orin Carlton and Mrs. J, Leah Spicer. On Tuesday, Mrs. A.W :
"J4"; : F. McLure attended a meeting of;: ,. Sias,' Mrs. G. :]B. Etherton, Mrs. .
" :.. the Moore Haven : -:- rnOXE 102 : .
Womans Joe
'. Club I Godfrey and Mrs. Robert GeorG .., .. .f
t?. ')r !J.r r\tt r drove to Miami tftKQ them pa k
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THE CLEWISTON NRWS Friday, November 16, 1934

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Charming Design, -


Est a OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY and PATTERN"Tubs"9937 Well


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C OF THE FORCE Nature's Aid


SHAD rule -VOILL HAN/E/ vJAL-ol wuz SOME WOMB'S clue wiz PLAMTIK!
oN SPECI L TR&&S AM 01 WUZT'HELP
JINNEF: REDDYN -
DA YAI L 'f'DAYWNUT
\ A -J'"IFFY-: II \HERE -.
1N 'fK' PARRK
SIP 1'E7. '6 AU"\t\ ='(H "1"H' l v o e e

HAD ENOUGHThe :po TODAY CRT\ ( 0WU"LI I So fHATS
.
WHAT YA
man in charge of the weighing) If
CALLS IT 2
machine was Laving a bad day. For '
Jl
the last two hours he hadn't taken a
penny. 9 w
Presently he approached a man who
had been walking to and fro along the
pavement nearby.
"Morning, sir," he said. "Would you
like to try your weight?" 1 ,o 4r: Tkv
The man wheeled sharply on him. /,
"No. I wouldn't" he snapped.uI've I.:
'
been waiting over an hour for the 1/ 17: A St
missus already, and I'm not starting 1u -
.
again for anyone." -

a-
BIFF! BIFF

CALL ADD i E a <
rtWHUT r WAS :'11aT I BEAU

COMING IN "fER I PARKS TY TO

ASK ABoaTIT CE yERYy N.h\ .,rv

I /D
I SEEN
5 : x'Su
Vials PITCHER : ( \,

I %1 \IN] rfHE PAPER \

AND I
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III1F'-l eA r
\

ilk/l yc .
; ir -

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"Mrs. Smith has a million In her own ,
right." F '' 937

"My wife always carries hers In her Imo,,, fir ---
lefj:." rUiPr +m1i r Here Is a design that was born to
nIIr+r rr make laundresses happy. Oue can -
Rgrr +
And It'. Much Quieter m w..t.zfl N.>rsptp.C 1 I mtm r+ww ml.mrtJlnn see them with the mind's eye smiling -

Togo, the Japanese servant walked ; "friendly-like" at it every timeIt
Into his mistress' boudoir one morn, is tubbed. The little sash will be
ing unannounced."You THE FEATHERHEADS Looking for Trouble untied, and first they will iron.the
must lot come into my room _uu _____ _n __ ruffles. After that it will be plain
without knocking first ,Togo" said .the sailing-or should we say ironing?
lady. "1 might be dressing." HECK PHOOIEf'I In our concentration upon laundresses -

"Oh, no, Madam." replied Togo, "I Do&GoNE IE : .'-.",: ,' .- 1 we have forgotten to men-
TH'\
always pleek through kleehole." DRAT ETCI y, ..'<: ;- WHAT tion the proud possessors of the
( frock who will one and all adore it

That Makes It DifferentThe because in the first place, it was
old-fashioned farmer was hard. HLi so easy make-and. ever after-
to convince. ward so smart and becoming to

"No" declared be, "I'll have no such wear.
contraption in my house. Planners are Pattern 0937 may be ordered onlyIn
bad things." 'lrrp sizes 14, 10, IS, 20, 3_, 34, 30, 3S,
"Oh, but Father," protested his 40, 42 and 41. Size 1C requires 3%
daughter, "this is an upright piano." yards 36 inch fabric.
I Complete diagrammed sew chart
Included. ,
He's a Business-Getter f
Hospital Matron-How's this? The Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coIns.
telephone message said you were brIng- or stamps (coins preferred) for this
ing one accident case and you have pattern. Be sure to write plainly
brought three.Ambulance your NAME, ADDRESS, the STYLE
Driver-That's all right. FLK NUMBER and SIZE.
1 knocked the other two. down on the Send your order to Sewing Circle
way. Pattern Department, :232:! West Eight-
eenth Street, New York, N. Y.

Regulating the Weather I'I't QYeS You CAKjtj
Weather Man-Put down"rain for a Hues\\ !f
certainty this afternoon. S'OMENI NCr CArt( NEVER You'RE ALWAYS Keeps His, Word

Assistant-Are you positive, sir? pARN! ENE M,4TTER2 t FIND ANY' ABLE To PIMP Tenant-I'm sorry I can't pay my
Weather Man-Yes. Indeed. I've lost SOMETHING rent this week.LandlordBut.
my umbrella, I'm planning to play golf GEE I 1'K6'\ uJ i COMPLAIN ABoUT! :you said that bat
r and my wife's giving a lawn party. wHlz I -THis\ HOUSE.f week and the week before
Tenant-Yes, and didn't I keep my
The Galleries Ill IIi word?

"Did you visit any art galleries

while you were abroad" Not Wort It
"
"No." answered Senator Sorghum. Mazle (showing photograph)-Thte
"Every town I struck seemed to have Is my-new boy frIend-he's In the
9 9m 9y
been turned Into a shooting gallery." lost property office.

Madge-Ilm! I shouldn't trouble .
SOAP BUBBLES to reclaim him If I were you.London -
Answers.


f She Was For It
He (during argument-For goodness -
sake, let's talk sense !
Wat.ra NswrpsysrUatoe Her (sweetly)-Yes, cents and dol. /i.
s lars. '
tI

11i.
TOLL THE BELL HIS NAME THAT'S DIFFERENTMan r.
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'. "Is Tynes of foreign descent y l ulY ii 1111 1J

;: "No, of American ascent.


I': Sense of Order

:. "Are you afraid of war?"
"No," answered Senator Sorghum.
"But so far as I am concerned I don't
t Mr. Cod-Well, well, I declare, some
want anything to do with until
5 any war
has .
one sent me a present.REMODELED
we get through Investigating the re-
I:'. sults of the. last one."
: ,

< Unhappy Homes -- --- ..
: Man of Business can spare you a
f.<::...... money"Would?" you marry a man for "I "play the piano merely to kill c W minute but you know my time la w/". ayN
time.
: .' "1"0,11 said Miss Cayenne. "I've seen money.
(" 'too many homes spoiled by husbands "Your playing certainly does It. But Gentleman of Leisure-I shall be
who were perpetually worrying about what a death I" happy to take it in that form, sir.
i: their income tax." -
...
0, Dear, No! Two of a Kind
Encouragement Her Partner-If you are tired of First Convict-What are you In for?
A windy chap was telling a story to dancing, Mrs. Newrocks, we will sit Second Ditto Breaking; Into the c
t.' Lord Northcllffe. He suddenly stopped down and have a little tete-a-tete. office of the Wise Investment company.
r and asked: "Am I boring you?" Mrs. Newrocks-Oh, dear me, no, And you?
: "Not much; answered Northcllffe. after such a big supper I really couldn'teat I Germ-It's no use, Bill, the world's I First Convict--I was the chairmanof
"Go on." anything. getting too blame clean > I the company.






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THE CLEWTSTON NEWS. Friday, November 16, 1934



II IU' Indians Spurn All Beads A "Smith" Is Born -I I SLIPS

AWAY
Every 11 Minutes II

j but Those Made :in! Italy who Glasgow.has retired man from named the army Smith and I

Is, living In Glasgow with a lot of A'' 1

time on this hands, has devised the ers and
-d:
Red Folk Are Particular whereas the larger] demand is for thoseof agreeable pastime of counting all of the.
Very the opaque type. the other Smiths there are In the day, were

About Quality. The color range is wide, about forty world, the net of It being that on 'on how few
different shades of glass beads being December 20 last, the figure was in the a : J l

New York.-For generations Italy sold here with all the rainbow- colors 12,035,005. This presumably Included adays.

S .:. bas been supplying] the American Indian and many variant tints based upon the all the national'variations But there ,
with beads employed in the decoration seven shades of the spectrum. The largest like Schmidt and Smythe, and fig In books than :

of his apparel, and his horse demand for beads centers upon the ures out to the effect that there: is fact, every

gear, to the exclusion of the productsof opaque white variety. a Smith, born 'every 11 minutes.. average of

any other' nation. The red folk will "Of course," Mr. Frost resumed, "the Publishers

buy nothing that isn't up to their' own latter-day Indian makes no beads of of this

standard of quality, and, thus far, no his own. lie- uses porcupine quills, rious
.
people: 'save the Italians, have been dyed and sewn In Intricate designs, for know. There were bead designs on the who have I

able to meet this demand. some of the decorations on his apparel costumes of the Peruvian, Incas and the printer

Just how American manufacturershave or other gear, and there are the Azetecs. :n the burial mounds be- Whenever

managed to neglect this field of horn and bone and feather embellishments side the Mississippi; they: have dug up new book

production is Jet, to be. explained, but to his ceremonial dress. But It remains of burled heroes... laid to rest mistakes,
the fact remains that they don't count' Is a remarkable, and to me unex- long before De Soto ever saw the riv- send It to !

at all in the competition for the InS plained, fact that the Indian in dis- er, that wore on their last journey garments One of these

I S dians' trade, and, in point of fact, tant centuries possessed beads and embellished with beads similar.. ,ers is a )
I Czechoslovakia is the only other: coun- used them. Whence they came I. do ,not,. ,to those sold today.. cial

try which has attempted, without success authors and Answers.'J
'
however, to "horn in." It as a 11 Qb

Right in New York is the center of I And He Calls :Himself : a Hermit: great deal' of' '

this bead importation for the whole ally. ,
aboriginal population of America, and Another !

from the wholesale district her consignments : can librarian,
of these tiny decorative : :J.: -': once called "
S
-,' globules are dispatched almost dailyto ers," after he

trading posts all over the West and ple of I

to a considerable extent to the remaining S.'s own .

o :Amerind communities of theIi This man

I : East, such as the New York State In- takes for ten '

diansthe Seminoles of Florida and by, and has I
the little groups In Maine. \ LWcs thanks from

Tribal Taste Varies. mous authors.
I 3f '
large sums to
.. '
According to tribal taste the size ands
but prefers to
,. colorations of the beads vary, but a)
There is
). .:;'>. whether the eventual output of the writes to
,
:'f"J: :..- Indians' Industry is moccasins, war
;:?,,:t..;.: bonnets, war shirts, knife and tomahawk their
{ three readers
f-; sheaths, belts, leggings; rifle
"x" .., /" slings, or papoose carriers, the beads a 'cbk thors are at
: ,; :-: themselves are Italian, made for the ..f i.,+5'1 .i.:%. :).G grateful, and

f.it -.. S most-part in the neighborhood of Milan .14 ture help.

' -',' >;j s ;J ,', and from there shipped to :New York $, ': : ; There are,
,
r
> The
.vi
; }
K r..4, :. .,' .,. via Venice.
i/4 Dan Frost, sole proprietor of S. A. them. A

: Frost's Son, In Howard street, explains had submitted

-' & ""'"'rf-. : that the buying of the Indians' sup- ed angrily

plies of beads requires a complete age her 1
knowledge of the taste of the various ers.-London 1"t

i., tribes. "Alaskan Indians, for example,"
'.
->. he said, "buy the smallest beads manu-
factured. Eastward from that territory :

t: !slightly larger beady are pre- DRASTIC PRICE CUT ON I

,c ferred. None, of them, however, are ,
r large, for the delicacy of the designs;

'. most generally requires the use of

.,,:,o .. =.;.. quite tiny beads. But every Indian GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN! :.
'; f&-; : tribe has some variation of taste, either

' \r .>;-- ,' as to+.slze or color, in the beads they <
),yi:, ',:" acquire for their Industry. They are .iy9145aii
W .;"Y ; disposed to use the more delicate and : a
!
p .,pis r v i'r..T:
t ;. POCKET
:55: '- : exquisite for the things they make frt .>a a : :: t-1; Jv. ;
.
... 55 5 \ Gtr.rw.r : /i' r' TINS OF IS"PAY C NO ,, ::
themselves
.r'd:
with the ,
: ,) as compared r, Y.rw: 1 nr ; 3x. ,.
'.. things they make for sale, but they 12 NOW MORE
: maintain a pretty even standard In the ...
S ':.::
I matter of demand at that.
"1 feel oU years younger already," declared Dad Jowett, seventy-hve-year-old]
Forty Shades Are' Used. World war veteran of Jackass Mountain, Ore. He had gone to Miami, Fla., for the ON SALE '

-. Difference in the size of the beads sixteenth national convention of the American Legion. lie is a self-styled hermitup AT NEW LOP! :

2 is not the only test of Indian taste, Oregon way but lost his status when Paula Roberts and Frances Jones, PRICES AT All
r r': ,'-'- ', according to Mr. Frost. Some of the local bathing beauties, came out to greet him. "This must be the fountain of

.:: ._.: tribesmen want clear glass beads. .youth," said Jowett DRUG STORES r
. .
.:-. .' '
t-:" .

: f New U. S. Aviation Map NOW-Pay Less and Get Real BAYER Aspirin! !
Ir : Wife Rents Her Husband From His Mother I

Prepared in 87 Units If you're one of the people who has Now-you can enjoy its benefit fi
..,' '0:.;. c been denying yourself the speedy without thought of price.
Vashington.-The Department of
)
; Many Strange Marriage Customs the Bataks until the Dutch took over' action and quick relief of BAYER
Commerce Is preparing a map, prIn- Only 15c Now for 12
the in 18GO Doctor Loeb ASPIRIN, in order to save a few
:- country re
k : ; Among Malay Tribes. cipally for air commerce use, which
ported. cents here's Good News for you: 25c For Two Full Dozen
t:',: "_ -constitute a unique piece of car-
.>: '.-: San Francisco. ilinangkabau a Any enemy of the tribe, be he thief, tography., We've reduced the prices on all Remember this next time you go to
4
'S traitor other of miscreantwastied sizes of Genuine Bayer Aspirin to a buy aspirin. You now actually
":' ; ';: wife rents a husband from his mother or type Comprehensive in detail, It will In- pay
'. : -and he Is only permitted to see her to a stake. Then the other mem- clude all geographical characteristics point that makes it unnecessary less and get Genuine Bayer Aspirin.
: : and at bers of the ,.tribe danced about him, '' political boundaries, airway beacon to ever again accept an unknown So never ask for it by the name
ty. ; secretly nightIn brand in place of the real BAYER "aspirin" alone but
off them. ; always say '
slicing and
r;:_: ; the Batak] tribes, next door neighbors strips eating 'I' lights, airports and radio stations. It article. "BAYER ASPIRIN" when
-:.5 ; the husband buys the wife outright This practice Doctor Loeb added, will be compiled in 87 units, and Is you
l" '; S and neither appears in public un- was considered quite humiliating to expected to be completed within 18.. People by the millions, as you buy and see that you get it.
know have been willing to On sale now at new low prices-
r... til their first child is born. the victim's relatives. months. long pay
,C While in Slentawal wives the Although the nation has been a higher price in order to enjoy including the 100 tablet bottles.
do
remarkably fast action in which have again been lowered in
Bayer's
heavy work and no man marries until mapped In Its entirety, the department
COUGAR QUARTERBACK relieving headaches; neuralgia, and price-at all drug stores through-
his children are able to support him pointed out, the thorough process by
pains of rheumatism or neuritis. out the United States.
..
which these new air navigation
satisfactorily, in the style to which he maps 1
S o.; Is accustomed. are being drawn up never has been ,
ALWAYS SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" NOW WHEN YOU BUY i
.: These and ther customs among the duplicated. In some sections of the ....
Malay tribes were discovered by Dr. country It will be the only detailed

Edwin M. Loeb, University of California .? t W.' map, available.The Neglect Care of Eyes rfor the care of Its eyes, and this In

anthropologist has returned : : ';>-W,:. ,::;::":'M':, purchase of five new airplanesis A fact gatherer has pointed out spite of the fact that four out of ten 'JI
her after five months if.1fi'i; contemplated by the department to ][
55 spent among the ; 1ij that the average family spends as people have uncared for defective
natives. be used along with other equipment
0 much annually for chewing gum as eyesight
Among the'henpecked husbands of In compiling! the map.Signal'System .

Mlnangkabau, Doctor Loeb found divorce ; '..,.
exceedingly simple. The wife Is Usedin Learn From Doctors
simply was not in her room when the
Postal Spy GalleriesKansas
loverlike husband crawled through the .1
window in the dead of" night.In City, Mo.-A new signaling

the Batak tribes, however, divorce -device for the 48 lookout galleries of How to TreatColds'
.;' Is unknown. Wives cost too much to the hew post office here resembles an

S be divorced no matter how naughty 'airport on a dark night. Four Points to RememberAs thus preventing their absorption into
! they may behave. Only if a wife bears r Small red lights glow In the unlighted time the blood.-Calotabs accomplish this
loss of
I', no children is she freed from her hus- corridors, Indicating plug-in pointsfor colds cause than more other disease, thoroughly.
, ,' and money any
\ .
band, who Is furnished with a new one hand telephones carried by Inspec- every one should learn what modern Fourth-to keep the bile of the
by the family with no deduction for '..yir. fr,5 tors when they enter the galleries for medical science teaches as to their liver flowing freely through and out
of the intestines thus the
relieving
the trade-in.: observance of postal employees at proper treatment. Your doctor has
I biliousness and constipation which
i work.. ,
i the followingobjectives:
The practice of
remaining single until attend and aggravate a cold. As
his children By telephone the inspector can com- First-To relieve the congestion in
grow up follows the Calotabs contain calomel, they pro-
the and throat thus-aborting,
municate with the central when nose ,
office
Mentawai men's stubborn aversion to 1 lightening the attack and reliev- mote the flow of bile.
.. or
labor. If he sees anything amiss in the handlingof Thus, Calotabs meet these four
a man married before his s.ir tr... ytir" ing the symptoms caused by the
children were grown, he might have to the mail. congestion.-Calotabs, the improved important objectives of medical
toil. To avoid this, he eschews the nuptials / rl rBoyce The. galleries are,, connected by secret calomel compound tablets, accom- treatment for colds. One or two
r leaving the children with their corridors.. The entire system covers this by attracting the excess Calotabs at bed time, with a glassof
Mood sweet milk or water, is usually
two miles. the bowels.
mother's to
family until they can earn a .
sufficient But should be repeatedthe
Second-To help the kidneys wash ;
fair living for him.
third fifth if needed.
or night
Makes Hard out of the blood the coldpoisonswhich
Promise
;r I Cannibalism Vas practiced among cause the chilly sensation, The milk tones down the action,
Provo,"'Utah.-School Attendance Officer feverishness, aches, and mean feel- making it milder, if desired. .
T. W., Dyches has given himself ing.-Calotabs are diuretic to the Why risk doubtful or make-shift
Elephant] Ears a tough job. He has tentatively prom kidneys, assisting them in riddingthe remedies? Get a family package of
The African elephant has big ears; Maguess; who hails from Texas ised that every school child in his distract blood of the poisons. Calotabs, containing full directions,
: 'the Indian elephant has relatively ,,Is' quarterback of the WashingtonState ,will be to school on time every Third-To expel the germ-laden only twenty-five cents; trial packageten
small ones. college team at Pullman, Wash. day during the school year. mucus and toxines from the bowels 1 cents, at your dealer's. (Adv.)



L'IG1iTSCHOOL: TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1031



AKMY OFFICIALS VISIT REGULATIONS ANNOUNCED I gate of the aforementioned restricted N:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..H

NEWS I LEVEE AND KIVEK PROJECTS FOR HUNTING SEASON species. : EVERGLADES ::

I GEESE-Day's bag 4. Possession !
Continued from 1) State Commissioner of Conservation -
( page '
Point. George W. Davis announces the from more than one day's shooting, F. I'UNERh\.L $
Armistice Day program was to Bacom
An
Mon- The on Wednesday, made following regulations, closing dates, I. :
in the chapel exercises party ; :
given i'HOME( ) i
Moore Haven to Fort bag limits, etc.: WILSON JACKSNIPE15.
day. The invocation was given by the trip from SNIPE or ;.
DEER-Bucks only-closes December ;
water, travelling v
Dr. Williams. Other speakers were Myers entirely by .
Captain Duff and J. E. Beardsley of tho Three Mile Canal through Lake 31; day's bag limit 1season's COOT-20. :::: Licensed Funeral. Directors : "'1=, i _.

the Clewiston American Legion Post. Hicpochee ,and down the full lengthof I limit 2. RAILS and GALLINULESSeptember ::t.: and, Embalmers :i:
DOVES-Closes January 31. (Ex- i
Caloosahatchee river. The trip
audience in the
the
led
Mr. Beardsley November 30. May be
some songs popular during the war. down the Caloosahatchee is being ception-Monroe, Dade and Brow- shot in salt marshes only. Day's bag :_. Ambulance Service ;:;:
ard Counties-season 16
September
locally as a favorable I .
After this chapel was dismissed. considered 25 in the aggregate, but not more f_
-November and west of Ock-
work that portion of 15;
the on
Diamond Ball Game in LaBello omen for than 15 of any one species. : : CLEWISTON, PHONE 328 :;:
locknee River, of
on request County
the project. Funds for the I !
The Clewiston "Wildcats"; went Commissioners, be opened No- [ ,SORA-25. :
catoosa-I may
not
work have
hatchee ;:r: PAHOKEE: PHONE 2301 ::
to LaBelle Monday afternoon for a vember 1January 31. Day's bag The Commissioner points out the .
priated.All . . . ;
diamond ball game, and were defeated -I the visiting officals have been limit 18. Shooting over baited areas fact that not only is a State or Coun- 1..H,V.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N...r.N.N.N..N.....
8-6. The feature of the game was over the levee project on previous prohibited by State and Federal Gov- ty hunting license required before

LaBelle getting the bases loaded in I visits, but experienced a great dealof ernments. the hunting of migratory waterfowl

the last inning and then (bless their pleasure in the inspection tour QUAIL-Season closes February but before this can be legally done, a

lucky souls) someone hit a home this week. The levee work has pro- 15. Day's bag '15. Federal stamp must be purchased, ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

run and won the ball game. gressed to a point where all of the TURKEY-Season closes Febru- cost, $1.00, and attached to license. REQUEST
The Clewiston lineup: Robert, short portion near He asks the cooperation of sports- I
distance except a ary 15. Day's bag 2-Season's bag 5.
short stop; Howard Lang, 1st base, In the C. E. STEBEL
Moore Haven .could be reached by Cannot hunt with dogs. men and the public keepingand
E. Clark, pitcher; Bill Cowart. 2nd water. This gave more continuity to CAT SQUIRREL-Season closes enforcement of the law. His instruction -
base, Louis Schuck, catcher; Jim wardens is enforcethe Electrical ContractingPHONE
the view of the work and also addedto February 15. Day's bag '15,. to to
Beardsley, 3rd base, Luther Lowe, .the comfort and speed with which Federal Regulations on" MigratoryBirds. law without fear or favor. The 2121
center field; George Bestor, left the trip might be made. The Welatka '-\ Federal Government is adding 700

I field; and Harold Adams, right. field is today cutting through the last DUCK, GEESE. SNIPED; COOT-:November deputies to the usual enforcement PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
and Conrad Clark, short field.LaBelle's strip joining its levee to the com- 22 24 organization in the field. Some of
23, 25, 29, 30; De- Agent for
E. Hall, 3rd base,
team: pleted portion of the Spadaro con- cember 1 2 7 13 these men will be assigned to Flor-
6, 8, 9, 14, 15,
field Doub, short GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Howard, left ; tract, so that now the entire water- 16, 20. 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30; Ida to see that Federal regulations
stop Crews, 2nd base; P. Hall
; way is open. January 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11. respecting the hunting of migratory RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
catcher; Moon 1st baseeUul. ; center I Of particular interest and beauty I No shooting before sunrise; no waterfowl are observed. The State

field; Miller right field, Hough, according to the visitors, was the shooting over baited areas. will give active cooperation. I

short field and Rider pitcher.' I trip down the winding Caloosahatchee No open season on Brant, Ross'sGoose
An Intramural Football, Game I
''TELLNOWN: INDIAN
river. The beautiful
scenery
Snow Goose, Swan Wood- .
Two football teams from among KILLED NEAR BRIGHTON 1N r.iii"ii"i NN N INN r>!**:..:..!.;*vi'Mt.
and abundance of wild life including cock, Bufflehead Duck, Ruddy Duck, .> ..
students also celebrated
Junior High I
many tropical birds and alligators Wood Duck, (Carolina or Summer
Armistice Day with a football gameon provided an unusual setting for the Duck), Woodcock, Plover. Yellow Word was received here this weekof New and- Used :|: 4.;
the school grounds. Featuring the death of Charlie Snow, well- .s.

the game was a run of 45 yards by trip.The trip of the visitors was momentous Legs Day's, or bag imported limit on game.ducks, geese- known Seminole Indian. who made FURNITURE :|i:

James (Tater) Lang before he was his home on the prairie near Lake-
inasmuch as it is the last l
DUCKS-12 in the aggregate but .;. .. ,
" brought down by Joel Wynn. This port, the result of being
of Colonel Hannun's official inspec- not more than 5 of these shall be of as run over y ,
: brought the ball to the two yard line. tions and the first of Colonel by a car between Brighton and Okee- f
the following species singly in
or ::
:: BELLE GLADE
took ball ;
t.. Jimmy Harrington the over Brown's. It is also the first trip of the aggregate; Canvasback, Eider, chobee City Saturday night.

on tra a point line failed."Clewiston buck.. The bid for'an ex- the division engineer, Dunn, since Redhead, Greater Scaup, Lesser I:: FURNITURE COMPANY I::

Hotchas" headed his recent promotion from Major to Scup, Ringneck, Blue Wing; Teal, / Pillories DoctorDoc .:. ...
by
Lieutenant-Colonel. Mr. Nelson, a Cinnamon Teal, Shoveller, Gadwall.
Hare the 6-0 from Sawtelle cured Bill Atterson :: ::
LeRoy won game Belle Glade Florida
civilian engineer, is connected with ,
Possession from shooting of ..
more without using medicine! and Rill '
won'tpay
the opposing team, known as the : :
" "Battling Barracudas" and headed the Jacksonville office and has beenin than one day-24 ducks in the aggregate him. Bill sez he wants some :: Next Door To. Theatre ::
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direct
supervision over the levee nor mere than 10 of
any thing for his money.-Fnrrrf and Fireside
Joel The Hotchas Le-
by Wynn. were
Roy Hare, quarterback; James Har- project since its inception and ,is a kind or more than 10 in the aggre- 1:N N N:N:..:N N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:..:N:N N N:N:N:.
. I frequent :visitor here.
; rington, fullback; Bill Owen, right

.Li half back; Owen Winn, right end; I -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
:. Ralph Thomas, right tackle, Jack .. I' .__
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Wynn, left half back; James Lang, i

'c center; Dan Beardsley, left guard; 4 'l :y: :!:

John Mo left tackle Pete Jester, t .
wry ; 't .
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left end; Pat McGeehee, substitute I Ia Ir
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" right tackle and Jr. Waldron, sub- A
;[: stitute right end. I' .!.

i- Oglesby The ,Barracudas half back;include Bobby Vincent Patterson i
(
n'. half back; James Atkins, full i I Clewiston Supply Co. il L
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back; Jr. Chapman,.full backJames !

.. Winn, quarterback, Kenneth Train-
; or, center; Paul Manning, guard; !

: Wilbur McGeehee, end; Ed Von ; A A

'. i Iach, end; Alex Trainor tackle; f. A

;; Bud Vaughn, tackle; Joel Wynn, .: rlii

_; : guard. "\. I tA Announces'the opening fits' !

y,< ; Cowart Wins TourneyThe i .: ;:
: i tennis tournament ended Saturday *
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> : November 10th with Bill ,; ; :. .

"::'. { Cowart as No. 1 player; George ,

\: ; Bestor, No. 2 player and Page Cow- !j New Addition i iy

'j art No. 3 player. An award will be .

made the winner of the tournament Onion .
', Soup ,
: at a later date. .i. .:.
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Basketball Stops, up y y
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Our back boards for the. basketball t Viola!

court are up and practice will I An enlarged stock of dry goods
hundred
be started before Thanksgiving. We TWO peasants years discoveredhow or so ago, ,

have been handicapped by delay in .

equipment but we have some ath- soup-onion to make soup, a with most the savory tangof j_: and ready-to-wear shoes and =:.

letic equipment now and our recre- cheese and hot beef broth ,
ation department will begin to showup poured over sizzling onions. Years
better. later gourmets and the gay :f: :i:

;.' Elementary Chapel. Proifram the throngs Opera from discovered the Paris how cafes good and it ::1:: .. .. -: gents f.urnlS h.lngs. : "r' ,. 'r j:::

Miss. ;Hampton's fourth grade pupils was. Recently-and this is the :
will present the elementary big news for most of us-canners :

school's chapel program this morn- have discovered how to put this :; ;it".: 'l
: ing. The pupils have prepared the I French onion soup in cans! r" ,,
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following: I thing Just to as stop it used in Les to be Halles quite the the :: .: ', NEW LINES ;.:.,"; -;, :

Song, Morning Prayer, Bible
central market place of Paris,
Reading Audrey Christian; Lord's I after a night of gaiety, and eat F. : i
Prayer; Song, Robin Redbreast; Re- onion soup from French petites */
citation: "Little Girl In a "'Butcher marmites., it is recently becoming II ;.; II
,; Shop", by John Poole and Betty I quite the thing to invite the crowdto {
finish, up the evening-or the COMPLETE %
Whittington. Recitation
: "At Break night, as it may be-at your home STOCK
fast Time" by Munzelle Stone. Song, and serve this colorful dish.
i "Onward Christian Soldiers" .f. .f-

P.-T.. A. This AfternoonMiss Under Klelg Lights < :: ; :f;:

Drew, who arranges the pro- Hollywood is riding the crest,of i .
grams for the P.-T. A. meetings has the onion soup wave with all the i-LARGER SELECTIONS ',. i i.i.

a splendid one for the meeting this enthusiasm; which it always ac I ..
cords to
a new and delightful .
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afteinoon. .f.
The general theme is .i. .
vogue. One night the famous ... \ .:.
:: "The School Looks to the.-Future." Brown Derby restaurant served y. .

.' A, talk "How our School is Meet onion soup, and it was immediately I. y
J. ing New Conditions", will be made hailed as the discovery of a

by Principal G. B. Stanley. new star. Lords and ladies of 1 j W Invite
k.i A dance by Mary Carlisle and filmdom prevailed upon their expensive :_ e our Inspection -
,
. cooks to learn the art.
several: musical numbers will be interspersed -
\ Then a French chef stepped into ?
'J' in the program. the picture and created the ':. .1.
,; Mrs. Leah Spicer will talk on popular canned onion soup. ? .
"How Our Community is Meeting The secret of the success of A
" New Conditions." Mrs. G. C. Poole peasant onion soup is its absolute We will have a complete line of Toys and Gifts and other Holiday ::
J will give a talk goodness. The secret of the suc- -
on "Ten Commandments
f Bestor. for Parents"; Mrs. H. A.- fact cess that of this this canned good peasant soup is soup the _; goods on display at an early date.PGE ::

r-i will talk on "Report Cards has not been changed. All the + :::
for Parents." Mrs. R. Y. Patterson good homely things go into it that ::. .:. 4
has been assigned the peasant housewife put into her
the subject "Ten .!
i Commandments for soup kettle-onions sliced and
P.-T. A.

shredded then French-fried into spoon-size in butter curls to and a II .THE LEWISTON SUPPLY CO. II

Don't "Bark" Over Phone crisp golden brown. Next aged
,e' Don't '"bark" over ripe-flavored Parmesan cheese and
the telephone then a pint of rich beef soup .
,Lots ot business !Is lost by people wM Block. It is cooked in tho can, .i. .f. /' .::.
do not-tulh calmly wet the telephone and when you opon tho can you ::: :a: ..'
tchson! Glogp) open the very kettle that; -j ernpp : .a. _:J
Oa" !.
to cooked in,* c Q .

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