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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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' I j VOLU3D3<: 9, NUMBER 37 .. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1035 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR



,i ::1//:1 HEAVY RAINS :I'i S. ENGINEERS TO -Caribbean- Storm Is Ike Givens, Clewiston -7n


Central South of CubaThe


:L MUCH DAMAGE DETAILED
Negro Given Life

1' tropical storm which has ,

i ON STORMS been circling about in the Carib- .
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CROPS IN
i bean south of Cuba for several days

I, I was reported at ten o'clock this Sentence For Rape'y

' central about 225
being
mornIng' as
Because of the tremendous
Heavy, rains as an "
miles northeast of Cape Gracias, .. --
the Labor Day storm and of property to be protected

throughout the month of the work which must be done Nicarauga, and moving. somewhatmore School Officials SpeakAt Jury Deliberates Only ':
north-north-
rapidly north of
',.t' have delayed planting on the organization in preparation !

i the Everglades muck lands with steams, arrangements have re eastward. Caution was advised ves- Kiwanis Twenty Minutes Before ,r j
sels in the Vicinity of Western JamaIca MeetingProf.
hundred been made by Capt. Richard-
I exception of a few

of unusually high land. The Selee, in charge of the U. S. and southern Cuba. Returning V/ e;'rcjj\. ,! o t ,
The storm moved almost ,due
ton townsite had not been 'sub-office in Clewiston, W, L. Beacom, new princi-
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greatly by rainfall, however, the United States Weather westward and was expected to pal of the Clewiston school and M. -1
", I' strike the Canal Zone yesterday. In- The jury, in the trial of Ike Giv- ':
lat Friday and Saturday, when to have all storm data_ re- E. VonMach, local member of the .

' I rential rains are said to have by the Bureau during the stead it turned northwestward to- county school board were the guest ens, Clewiston negro bell hop, charged .", ;"
ward Nicarauga and again has with raping white girl at Clew- ,
apparently a
troyed the greater part of the of a tropical disturbance, speakers at the regular meeting of
changed its course north- Kiwanis iston on May 2, of this year, returned ;1
planted on every available immediately to the the Club at the Watanabe
eastward toward Cuba. It is believed a verdict of guilty with a recommendation ,0
office by both telephone 'V'ednesday'evenIng. -
: the townsite. ::
to be close to six hundred miles of of the court
mercy yes
If The total rainfall for the two telegraph. Prof. Beacom was introduced by
from the Florida coast and there is terday afternoon at 5:30. The case ;i',
as recorded by the U. S. Sugar Both means of communication Dr. J. W. Ezelle and made an interesting -
little anxiety that it will cross Cuba has been in progress since Tuesdayafternoon ,
poration was 4.65'inches;' 2.76 deemed necessary by Capt. Se- talk in which he expressed '
and Florida. The I going to the 5
strike weather jury at
es of this total fell Friday because of the fact that at times his pleasure at being located in
I bureau, however, is watching the ; o'clock and they returned their ver-
)\ noon and 1.89 inches on the storm is far enough away: Clewiston, and praised the progress-
storm as closely as possible in the dict after 20 minutes deliberation.
,= The rain Friday did the no immediate concern is felt iveness of the citizens.:!! He stated
event that it should!! change directionand This case has attracted much attention
\\t I damage as most of the water residents it is necessary for the that he was well pleased with the
head toward the state. in for the
Hendry county
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: a very short time. Water stood organization to keep post- school and with the student body

1 j I fields and yards in places in order to start work at the mo- all of whom, he said, had splendid past several months and after the 1

inches deep and although it needs to be done. Should initiative and the making of excel- : grand jury had indicted the negro
and his trial set it was decided that
I soon had ditches almost dry the telegraph office be closed at IRREGULAR VENIRE lent citizens.He .
for the best interest of all concerned '
. er soaked ground did not drain a time the message would still, praised the Kiwanis Club and
that it would be advisable to call
idly and augmented by the through by telephone. Again the work it is doing in Clewistonand

i I rain Saturday: it was two or the storm draws closer wires' of WINS DECISION IN went back to speak of the foundation out, the troops, which was done.
The Ike Givens, has beenin
negro
!: days before the water went off. or the other might go down and of the club. Although founded .I-

::i C. E. Miner was probably I would still be a fifty-fifty in 1915, Prof Beacom said that jail in Tampa since the crime is
y FAVOR OF TAYLORA alleged to have been committed and
greatest loser having had to get the message through. the organization dated back to the
of time of Noah who the was brought to the Fort, :Myers jail
125 really
the town about acres 'was
This information is expected to
several weeks Sheriff H. L. 1
He states that, only about founder of the organization with his ago by
J : barometric pressures, ship six-man jury on Tuesday rule.d Delaney of this county and has been ;
saved and idea of service to his community
,
.0 acres of them were '
and other data on which the in favor of J. L. Taylor, former kept there while the trial was goingon
building for the benefit of otherses.
at work this week replanting.
bureau relies for charting Hendry county tax collector charged being brought over each morning
in Receiving in advance weatheres.
be
fen acres will ,_ planted
course of one of these storms with embezzlement of $16OOOin by the National Guard and car-
,
I Receiving in advance of weather
toes.
\1 the storm reaches a reasonable county funds because of the fact ried back there at night.
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bulletins, he said, Noah had built
, : I i Since Saturday's rain there to the Florida coast. that the county commissioners had The jury was composed of W. L. '
the ark and the animals went in
r '; ,. been only. .1 of an Inch of Capt. Selee has also requisitioned failed to put the required numberof Murray, Claude Helms, Emory Taylor .
of the week.. two by two, the origin of the Kiwanis -,
L, the remainder radio receiving set, which will not names into the jury box from J. P. Hull, Jr., J. L. Mimms
storm "two of a kind. "While the Kiwanis -
; another tropical comes dependent on 'power but prefer- which the venire was drawn which James Weathersbee, J. A. Walker,
excessive Club is aiding in the construction -
enough to cause operating on power until neces indicted and convicted Taylor on civic Joe Risley, B. F. Magill, J. A. Keene,
of centers and public
that most of the
it is believed to change to battery after pow- two previous counts. structures Barney McClenithan and C. A. Da.
is
it building characterand
. wet weather is ended.
. is cut off.Although .
Taylor was convicted on two Indictments morale, good citizenship, and vis.
7 The Belle Glade and South the information receiv- and cleared of one in lasting friendships", he said. Immediately after the verdict was

I I. I E; area is said to be still too is strictly for the benefit of the 1934 and Judge Whitehurst turneda In conclusion Prof. Beacom stat- rendered Circuit Judge Whitehurst '

plant and growers throughout organization, Capt. Selee deaf ear to his motion for a new ed that he hoped to become well sentenced the negro to a term ot

:., lake region have suspended that it will be made available trial. It was. appealed to the Su- 'acquainted in Clewiston and prom- life imprisonment in the state prison

operations until the ground the public the event of danger. preme court, and he was granted a ised his help and cooperation in civ- farm at Raiford. The attorneys far

\ dried out. Driest of the muck trial a plea of abatement the negro, Lou$ O. Gravely of La-
I ', new on I (Continued on Page 8)
are said to lie in the territory when the high court ruled that Belle and James M. Couse, of Moore

r 'i. jacent to the pumping To Deed Judge Whitehurst should not have Haven, made a motion for a new
Glade.'U.
Diston Island Drainage II Bishop New ManagerOf
: denied his motion for a new trial. trial which will bo argued at some
along' the lakeshore. Several !! Road I
For State later date.
"r Taylor still faces another hearing
: in this area have well I Wells-Royal Co. drab
crops I on a similar plea and this was con- The trial was unusually except -
I ed. for two exciting high spots. The
I I I tinued until the next term of court. I

I Everglades Drainage District com- j State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs said first came when the prosecuting wit

l' Two More Machines. met in Miami today to he had not decided whether he I Ralph M. Bishop, who has livedin I ness, an attractive brunette wait

e .. \ d the west bank of the North would try the other' case or not ''and the Ritta section for the past few I ress, took the stand and describedin

On River River Canal from Twenty Mile unless he does Taylor may be clear-'I months, was named as manager of vivid terms the circumstances under

to Lake Okeechobee to the ed "of. the embezzlement charge by the Wells-Royal Lumber Companyhere which the alleged crime took

t t for the construction of state the statute of limitations. I place at Clewiston last May. The second -
r last week to succeed S. B.
ri Con- sensation was the testimony of
,26.This The issue in* the plea whether
i (Moore Haven Democrat) was
announcement by ,J. B. Jef commissionershad nell, who resigned to take a position Givens' wife which not only: provided -
the Hendry county
A big six-yard Bucyrus chairman of the drainage com- willfully and frudulently failedto with a Belle Glade lumber company. I I a strong alibi for the defendent,
owned by the Arundel
the testimonyof
but tended to impeach
was accompanied by: the Mr. Bishop is well-known
put, the proper number of namesin ;: throughout -
and. leased by the
the prosecuting witness.
that the district is
assem-I the jury box. The 1934 box contained the Lake region, especially by
Dredging Company for work in said thaton
woman,
I ; The young negro
r forces for the removal of hya- instead of the
Caloosahatchee River, m o 161 names the older residents having made his the night of the alleged attack,
from the principal Everglades I I
II through the locks here i under a $42,304 grant from 250, prescribed by law drawn and which from this indicted home in Ritta for several years.' she was visiting the home of negro

morning enroute to Lock No. 3 ,works progress administration. boxlthe, juries were prior to 1925, where he farmed and friends with ]her husband. She told

end of, the MacWilliams Transfer of the canal bank right Taylor and convicted him. raised poultry on a large scale. of a visit to the Clewiston drug storeas

This dredge will begin work vfide Ne Chairman Dave Alston was called to Leaving here in that year he be- they went home and then testified -
way, 100 feet was made afternoon and
,i' and work toward Citrus Center. the stand Monday came connected with the Townsend that she and her husband had
fears of the road
by depart-
is a rolling type dredge and defense Attorney W. D. Bell started Sash and Door Company and was to bed. The visit to the drug
that it would not be justified II gone
entire of 600 qualified
the list
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through
ahead on tracks. made manager of their store in Se- store at an hour closely approxi-
constructing a permanent high-
Another small dragline Willard voters to ask why some of 'bring. He was located there for nine mating the time of the alleged at-
y on land it did not own.
i .:...;. to the Spadaro Company made Smith, new road department their names had been omitted. The years, returning to his place at Rit- tack was substantiated by Bobby

, ', -,,trip down the river just ahead from Pahokee, is said to situation was very embarrassing to ta less than a year ago. During the Hare, drug store clerk.

\ \ ',,- big Bucyrus. It will be used insisted the deed from Mr. Alston as he had to answer why year he has again built up a suc- The Givens woman followed withan
I upon
't, another small machine at the I district before he felt the ones named were not cessful poultry farm there which account of a conversation with
' drainage he
J I .
ii of the Spadaro lock contract suitable for jury duty. However At- will now be managed by his wife and the prosecuting witness in ArcadiaIn
for of
permit plans building
Bell had not pursued 'this
tona for digging a by-pass. 26 to continue. The state al- torney before father. which she alleged the white girl
line of questioning long
About-noon the same day ,I His nine years experience in said:
has a deed to the south bank
secured a
quarterboat of the Spadaro State Attorney Stubbs wasn't
if I
the canal as far as the road is which handling lumber and his wide acquaintance "I would tell the truth
Whitehurst
.pany was taken through the puling from Judge scared I would be punished. If I had
.... i attorney's' throughout the lake sec-
I put an end to the defense
but
pushed by a strong north Cuba. Come
,The hyacinth project of the drain the fare I would go to
would not tow straight and asking why certain men were not II tion should make Mr. Bishop an with me to see Roy Stubbs and we
district; said Mr. Jeffries, will '
went through the draw 212 men for five months. i eligible to serve. All of the commissioners I excellent manager for the local lumber will try to straighten out this mess."
the
the highway became wedged took the stand during had -
I ; witness previously
The'prosecuting
contribution of the district will comparI \
:
I : Bell read
I tween the bridge abutment hearing and in each case woman -
testified that the negro
j I of a specially built hyacinth
a. barge on which a small over a list of names omitted from came to her with an offer o*
j and incidental
dredge
some the list and asked why they had'I'
jury I
loading some supplies. for the Givins
, i" from employes of the dis- J and Eunice! Taylor, and Paul Cross $500 not' to testify against
\VJilliams Co'mpany. Traffic was been left off. and had ,also attempted to get her
j he said.Removal and Hazel Thompson were discharg
up for nearly an hour while j projects are as follows: I' The first day of the trial Bell I ed. to sign a letter asking State Attorney -

, barges were being pried created sensation when he called The wait..
a
the case.
Stubbs to drop
: North New River and North New The case, against Charles Goolsby,
i; moved so that the bridge three of the jurors in the case to had
testified the negro woman
j canal in Broward county, 38 Frank Fussel' and J. A. Hendrix, rem
closed. the stand.: These paid they had written for
men said the .letter had been :
j $11,150, 50 men for fiveI resulted in charges against Frank I
been residents of the county in 1934 of
her by Sheriff H. L. Delaney
nol
I I Fussel and J. A. Hendrix being I

1 'Autogyro Purchase j North nine miles of the Miami '' and knew no rea on.why their prossed and 'Charles Goolsby being, Hendry county. The negro woman
names had been emitted from the '! denied knowledge of such a letter
from, Boles canal to Lake acquitted.The any
j box. II returned to the stand to testify -
Approved By and the Boles canal I civil cases tried were: but
-I. The commissioners defended carried the -
the west boundary of Palm i Chas. E. Miner vs. Lawrence that she had prosecuting
I themselves by stating that they had witness to Fort Myers to see
----- county to the North New Riv- Nash, damages awarded to plain- I'
made the box from the ones they
Governor Sholtz on Friday :r canal and the North New River up Mr. Stubbs.
knew to be and had not tiff.W. de-
qualified witness
week approved the from the Bioward county lino T. Rawleigh Company vs. J. i When/ the prosecuting

$5,500 by the Everglades Fire Lake Okeechobee, '40 miles, $6- found enough to fill the box. H. Martin; Sam Luckey, J. C. Jack- nied to the jury that she had ever

trol Board' for the purchase 50 men.Hillsborough 1- -- man and Clifford Luckey, s curi- talked with the wife of the defendent -

\ Autogyro to be used in canal from Lake In the cases of J. T. Anglln and _ties. Damages, awarded .to plaintiff. after the trial State Attorney

Fire Control work.It ? to the ocean and the Hamp Anglin, charged with breaking Duncan Moffat and Paul Gustinvs. Stubbs asked her:

is planned by the board canal from the Hillsborough and entering the charges were Fred Henricksen, damages were "Did you ever tell me anything"

this plane to patrol the entire to Okeelanta, 57 miles, $11- nol pressed, but J. T. Anglln received awarded to plaintiff. about the alleged happenings?

embraced in the district each 27, 53 men. a twelve months sentence Clewiston Supply Company "s. "No" replied the girl.

It will be kept at the b Palm Beach canal from Lake for' attempted breaking Jail. Feuer Company, Inc'':, damages] State Attorney Stubbs was plainly

\ of. Fire Chief Bender at Belle ;I I (Continued on Page 8) J I Cases against Robert L. Kirtland awarded to plaintiff. (Continued on Page 8)r1''t'

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1935 -- \


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I 'i."t-.' .- ..;:.' ;; ,.,-- '" < ,_.1- ,,.._ j---- ..-.' -,,-, : .. I Germany Protests Language: ""- r '

; BOYS! GIRLS !
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:'of New York '
: a Judge -
BRISBANETHIS : Head the Grape Nuts ad in another

,lERMAU Ambassador Hans Luther olumn: ofthls
: paper and learn
J called 6n' Secretory of State ::"Hull' how'b..
to join the
Dizzy Dean Winners and
and entered formal theJanguage.usedbyJagistrata..Louiaj ,
protest against
WEEK win valuable :free prizes.-Adv.

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-, ..; ;. ', -', : 'Br, dsky:;of ffew :York ''In dismissingjhargesjigalnst ---, .- "

; : -E EByr .. five:, pj2rsojis, arrested. FAMUJJS.CREAM:
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Huey_Long. IsDead_ -=.:..:____ -: '"for-tcarlng Nazi fiagfromthe'hinerDremen '- ."

Power in Personality ..r-------. : .......:: .::,:: ., .in July The rmglstrate: Justified QUICKLY, TRANSFORMS -

A Ship of Horror -:: :" < r-!Y ::' 1 .:.: '-l-c--.r ,-' < -- the .:actlo'ji1 of: the rioters on the

:' _. : ':: .'Edwar Pick-arid- ground that' the 'dtsa'orthoT flag carried
Bathtub Danger ,"_ :.< : :: :: .j : / ; In,their minds; ,"the sam "sinister DE.AD

Huey Long is -dead t..Jorty-two.years .- -r ,.-- '<0 Western Newspaper Union '- : f"'S
; \ ... implications ofc :a, pirate ship,. sailing"
of age. "" '<:' n- : ,::: :' /v_ ,defiantly" 'Into: the' harbor of H nation:
,i. :" vided for In article ..10" of the: league,
: The world."says : Assassinated' "' K.i-N
Senator Long one ft v>'hb1s1ilp ITlTad ]ustjscuttled =:
how covenant. -41oiild-.Cqpln: '' '
"How "'
young
i i dieWith. by Political Opponent Eden that the African- campaign < 'with .the'tJlacW- -flag-- .of. .... .piracyproudly ,'. ,. '
> to 1
"pitiful, ''' 3 minutes .
flying 'day'ends
fulf cErp.Loa: United States senator would not %Cgln Awhile the assembly -' aloft. .t yt: ::,
out ,'_ opportunity .. H : I Judge' Brodsky TS chUracterl/ed < freckles, _. rti?
":" I and political l dlctn'tor of Louisiana was in ,session. _- .. I .i. '"' -
!I" ; Tli :Narl:.state1 as "an ; atavistic':throwback -', 'blackheads; too! ". ./l"r-'--' -
Ever 'thi1g is com- is dead,.. the victim of an as- In two ,speeches In Rome Mussolini: '
-- to"pfe-medieval: : If,not: barbaric,: Famous '.N. DIN JA CfAm -Sfitually"' "
le-randej. .sassin's. bullet As lie passed through gave indication i that .he )would not be, ,
?,
_pa.ra.tivj ) "
; :' social i l and political conditions" "smooth-ia-svaytlie dull :dead cutide: that. '
-'the Great TV ho died a corridor: of .thtj- .--diverted ,from, .his. purpose!! :to conquerEthiopia. ,: : .' hides your natural beauty.; ,All you.do IS. ,
Amba'ssac1oi'LLuthrwhc' .wasact-
at. thirty-two, ,wasfuef"of state:house in) Baton .Though In,,9r)e'he:, .said "the' : ,this:"(1) ,bedtime 'ppread' a,thin,film] __"

-:' : .haltthe-', ,itougewb.Qre.the leg- Italian peqple J want peace.,:provided. IL 'fn..9fl. instruction?, from, Berlin, of Nadmola'Cream. :over'your face: :-no --.
"must. have known that Secretary tier rubbirtp."- <2)) .Leave on .
islaturea$ --assi gmorejaws.to is accompanied by justice, In the oth- ) 'massaging,
world at twenty
"' solidify he "we' :' sh il"m rch' 'Hull ,Couldn't :do much..aqout..Jt,. having ,. while you sleepj-(3)), Watch. daily: improvement .
declared
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reJicfhttwentySIX : er
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flve ; ' -usually in 5 to:10 .days YOu'
; Shelley hip i ;"control .jj\er! ;-,- the, "straight on.": The Ethiopian i government 'no ,control- -over' t.' city ,magistrate. will :'see a :marvelous' transformation.Freckles '

at TtijFj3.. Today, -statehe: ".-. .was ",shot.. ,announced that '"'telegrams from HO'weverMr." HuH 'tried to mollify : : ,-. blackheads disappear;t dull, '
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do7 not 'once- through lhe.ciy- the .northern"'-frontier' shoto that'the.. an- angered..Germany Intimating to coarsened skin becomes creamy-white,. .
men : develop! : -' '..Gove1or"L bni York that :smooth,lovely! Fine, remits positively -'
of New ,
as fapidly' s-.1. ola .i by Dr., Carl A. :Weiss: ,.Italians are: making :Important- troop guaranteed"-vnth ""NADINOLA -,

,.' Jr. ,,. -' arr apology.from Brodsky, .was! in,order., .
days,: when
Arthur:..nrtsbnn '- leon: though tfof sUicide one of ". the :<1Kiig) <- Entrean' '(roi tie'r;. 'Indicating "an' early; -; .tions.. At alLtoiletounters only 50c._Or i." --
in Hurricane i : write NADINOLA, Box 40,ParisTenn.
"because :he d"don nRthingatan flsfi's"' poP(tica1pppo-. offensive gainst'Ethlopla1Accepting 'J :, Hundreds, ;Die i :"

age 1hH uuid* Alexander:ruler: 'of ,.., ,untsThe assassin! .,. .:- :the advice" of his : 'bra n That Sweeps Florida .:. '.- -' =

n ;- ' ..Hue'P.Long. : Tas: iminedihtely: shot. "A. Col- .' .. ,
: : trust"/ which Includes' Everett -- r "r'-- '
Is ICS ?
the wbrfd. :;- : :_ ,:: ; :: : J'LORIDA'was the victim of. another =
senat6rseer >
the presentbodyguards. "
tor AtJ.bi of (he United States, Emperor '
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: son ': terrific, hurricane, that: '$'Yept.up What; Is If-most. :Americans-think" -'"

.,. 'The death:of H yt'Long/f gr U =, 1 :::.. Halle""Selassie instructed his repre-1 ,from, the,, Caribbean! ,across, the, keys\ they ;are? Well'- tell," jcm:': Fair-
: ;'' ':' Long was; hurriedJj, taken 9aih9. 'se tat ves InGeneva: to reject'all jsolutions -- '
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11thesw '
thronglioutrnaiionlbat then ,
_and'[the',southernend. _of the..state, mInded ; : T'
pitaf: and 'emin.e'nt' surge.onsyere sum- .. .
.
ardly -;assasslnatfonr"'is' 'important hot .. ihus faroffered by the 'powers"'for along :the west, coast ,and ,1 Into Georgia .... -
: "
:lnoned,.: They found'the. "bullet"had j settling:' theqtfarrel -with Italy. : . .
alone
erful' personality, .buL'-alsorbecauseof : gone' through: the base' of: the"'rIght' ,'These are a. tripartite mandate over:'; but : at-this' -writing the, number' dead' '
:ahd passed out' f. the back, '
,' lung suggestel..byF.rancewlth .
its possible effect:'oa:the national "' Ethiopia Is estimated at .more than 500. Of
.. ,' puncturfng the' colon and caiThFg'tnternal Nations guaranteeing '
tn.ei of
:, election 103G : :-: ': .;, League these perhaps,.300 were war ,veteransIn
... Tfemdrrhage.:- After the "wound"had 'and feffltbrlar '
". ." ------.J' ;Ethiopia's independence : where. they -
; : l labor campsron the )keys ;: 1otaLs
been cleansed, two blood transfu- 'Franc 's' proposal for 'an"Italian
: SenatorLong: Is:- gone; hi s' power Integrity'; were,,employed.; In.: construction. work '
slons'were' the blood 'being"supplied : similar 'to that of
glveri
ceases,;-as. though" he-had_ ;TiQver lived." protectorate '. Responding, ,assertions. .that, : ,the
Lieut.: Govr James A.'N"o:: ; :
Otbersill"picl(',up'the-rejns-of :pow* by the: British fr7aliiratnnlcrhatrori"af : great loss of llfe, In-the veterans' labor. : :
.Mrs. Long and her: daughter Rose were policejrce'siflJlir. the one, that. "
.. er, In-New "Orleansand: : : TLouisianaj:' camps"was .due to lack of pieparationagainst"
brought "troniNew" Orleans and sat afthe '
anoth '. take his place'-in the- ; occupied the S...arAloisrPresents.Italy: such 1 : a disaster, President:
Q -cWm ,
: .. .
I '; ( ? : senator's bedside. = : -:- T- =....:::: ,'" '-,:- -- ;- 7 ". .
: senate.r :- Efforts: 1pti1cwill be.':made. to : Roosevelt" ordered: a thorough Investigation ..
: worked "
., find f'ancther: : Huey l.! ong.'V' -. .' Thesurgeonsnd-physielafls: .. ,but 'his : s 'f ? 'by Brig; kle 'frank T. HInes, p' er'o'f'Faith' : .
unceasingly '
: There' is nothing I_ left-but the ,memory -, :to ave Long, Case Against Ethiopia___ administrator' 'of ":veterans'' affairs." Even a plan full (faults can: be '. ,

I .of ...a powerful l., >man, -again., em, 'strength: steadily: waned: and shortly ; POMPEI ALOISI, cold ,.and Harry: Hopkins' bend of the' FERA :made to- woik. 'i(everybody. has;faith. .
fter4o'c1o Tuesday mo.wing. about 'BARON '- --

:, phasizing,. Goethe'.s" definition of ."personality :.thirty hoursafterthe: shooting, be. sardonic: J t(1od'up' beforeW\ which' set 'up' the camps, ,: 'also started'! in it. = L __ _. _: .

," :"as the biggest, go'od. fortune, ,passed .. .. . League of,'Nations""council) in'. Geneva ,an Inquiry,"'and" so did :the .American ; .. .., ,, ,. '.
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of e r'th.'sch'jdr.en". ) ".; 1_: .. : ...' 'away.' ,, a"nd .presented, :Italy's.case.against Ethiopia .Legion. "-The: affair promised to' -at'tain )
c .
The motive of ,Doctor Weiss!! eye
.ln'
.
: i denouncing bad eminence-of national :
that the :
-- --- < : Women Who Have Pains. :
ear and, throat .
nose specialist, apparently > ,., ..
France-discourages: .crime,..and really 1 handed r .empire:...as, utterly .unworthy .scandal. ; : .
-- out of ,the hig "
discourages. 'it.,> The'- ,dreaded, ,prison!:: grew. .' In ,.to be.,classed, .Caught In,,the fury of the,storm, the : a- '
political methods ot Senator Long Next Time!
: ship, Jj\12rt1pe' e: I?f 'on' her "way : father- with,.,' civilized, coun, Morgan liner Dixie; from ,Ney-Ori: e ins Try'CARDUr
: Louisiana., The,position this. .
to (: criminal iolony in. JTrenchGulan tries. addition. to r.ht(t New York :was,, driven: aground _on '
,In-Ia.\v" _District; : ;Judge, :B,,;H. Payy; \ofOpefonsa On ,account of ,nourishment, _
,
locked ( poor
\ with 773 convjcts.: ._ln' his speech, : _he: lald French reef, about .GO_ miles south. of' '
: parish, an, antt-Long leader suffer functional i pains
eight Strong, Iron ::cagetw: the: : !hold, 'Is=Jeopardized: ?} bY.a .J]law Introduced. Jnthe' before the. :' council!" ,_ .:a MIaml.Her,_, ; p s nrand.crv, ,. numbering ab many! certain: women times ,and it 'IS for these that. '
'- with-Ir n bars' cement'floors, 'wooden' long memorandum detailing '372; 'were in 'great peril for Cardui is offered on the'record of'the'safe '
,present, special .session, to gerrymander : relief it has brought and the good it' has
benches, hammocks, and overhead a lhe"alleged con-, Three 'days, but various steamers and ..
: his district.. ,The; law :would done in ielping:to overcome .the cause. of
criss-cross:of.pipes. that \would"fill. : the_ : home'of 'InXajidryparish" .- t dltkIlso'fshhvery- that. coast:guard cuifers"rushed to the 'rescue -' womanly discomfort. Mrs. Cole Young. cf .
- live' 'put the 'Judge. Pavy in her' Leesville, La, writes r'"I was suffering: with
cages with deadly steam if mutinY ';- 'r- -s 'still prevail "Ethi- In 'response to SOS call and '
,irregular .'.' I had, quite: a 'iot"ofp'ain'which --
, broke out i : ',::"" :.: .:. : :' Jn August, Senat L.ong'.told 'the"; f.;.lY opia 'and'. .:the particlpation [- :as'soon 'as wind and'seas abated enough made me nervous..I.took.Cardul' and ..
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"taken' vessel' found 'it helped me in every way,' making
'' :of Its' governar.onAlolsl --all were :off the stranded ,
senate that at a conference in the me regular :and stopping 'the pain. This, -
;
:., No -'paroTe' b frd' sits In 'French. Hotel De 'S bIo In :New Orleans' jast meatln the slave and: conveyed to land, most;'of' them to quieted my.nerves, making coy -health much'
,: o'rdeiedt: better." If Cardui does not benefit '
Guian Each man the ': : trade. This memorandum was elaborately Miami.. Passengers theDixiewarni- '
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'July 21 his foes had discussed a"plot YOU consult a physician. '
-:: ship 'receives' a "new: sulf of clo'thes, a tor; kill him.- He presented excerpts documented. ) -, ly.praisedthe, gallant. work,of: the, ship's'officeaidcrew' --

: -' blanket, an extra pair wooden: shoes. from what--claimed' was .a,'recbrd.of.a '. --Addressing the council Aloisi said: .. .. .., '.:.1 --"--. .. .

Thar "\\ith 'f wYboo1sand: -In"' '
perhaps a part: : -: :
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sound recordfng device revealing the -

-- packages of chocolate from relatives, p ot.--'"' ... "" ", "" ,, "The: Ethiopian, ..governmentdoe. Americans. Cancel. Big .",. c_, :::. I
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-- constitutes:,' his wealth -as; wrists: "' Long's"opponents 'laugh' d' 'at this" nothJng to .make .itself worthy' ,of Ethiopian Concession EI-.S.!: :

'; chained the convlcts, march single file, belonging to the.comm y, of CivilIzed < :
story just as they jilway .have rIcH- the, ..European statesmen .;":: : ; lfIyldeal R ayf:
.' up gangplankbetween 'rows:.ofbayonets. nations. Even\ tedaythat: country -. WHILE !!!

.- ".- -" '- culed his practice 'having an, prme.d'r-- has to,be represented: by struggling with' the Italo-- { lHIlE..
: :' ;: '. gtmra"'accomp-any' him European .. HiADA: -
., : :. everywhere. Ethiopianq'estion S cre.taryof State .,.. '
: advisers in order ,to make its voice "
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:
: tried alt
I have good
Political : "Though
leaders f'-all l parties expressed ,
: C rd'el( Hull quietly hand '
: They'go, to prison, ',to stay in prison.. heard In .the League -of' Nations., took a In -i' :', ; remedies Capudinc suite_me
"- their" deep regret' for the as the 'He' did "' ': best. It is,quick and gentle."
: : It Is "The Italian government considers, game., not. $
J. : a haJ'q'sys; : butJbeing murdered /
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sassination Senator- Long, His devoted # For headache neuralgic musdo -
, on,,the. American plan.Is also a I In these circumstances, ,that a state In 'any way involve" the I| aches, and periodic pains.
r hard system------ : followers in .Louisiana. .and elsewhere such as Ethiopia cannot have- eitherequality' 'United' States In the .1 1J J 1 use either.Capudine Liquid or
:
: 'J' ': mourned his death. He had been 'l. f Capudine Brand Tablets.
: ,:. : of righ't'or' equality; dutiesas wrangle but he put an
.- one 'of tbe' picturesque figures In Am-rlea's 'to' '
'end the deal whereby
Within few "with''cIvilized states. To -
a days two women, one compared .
political life, creating' Innumerable '
: past sixty; the other seventy years claim that members of the league are Hallle Selassie was
enemies but persistent In advOcatIng .
'
old, !'Jave"been found dead In their :required to .observe rules' of the cove giving a great' development '
his Ideas which appeared fantastic '
bathtubs, apparently, drowned. The nant In their relations 'with members concession to
to most cItizens. A Democrat, he hadbroken
slippery surface" : ,of a porcelain tub is with who have always and constantly been Americans. Officials of ,
administration' and often '
dangerpus .for older persons: They 'attacked .outside those rules Is contrary to all Standard-Vacuum' Quick Pleasant
President Roosevelt
bitterly ,
should, observe the greatest care; a ,the principles of right and justice." Oil company went to
i and the New Dealers. It the
was
Mr.
Hull's
office and
:, slip the .bead 'striking i the edge. of the SuccessfIEIimation,.
belief of many that he Intended to beceme' admitted of .
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"\' tub, can:: ,easily cause unconsciousness. the Presidential nominee'of Reactions ,ta President'sLetter 'Secy. Hull ownership _
a
I- followed, by? drowning.. : third party comprising his' own "share Are Various admonished d the them, grant.that The the secretary Let's frank-there's. only 'one "- .. .
concession -
Rubber factories should make and of' for body to rid itself of,
the' wealth" crowd and various 'other American business and had 'been "the of way your .
extensively advertise' rubber mats for"the ,REACTION cause great the waste material that'causes 'acid
dissatisfied with the policies of men to President Roosevelt's -
groups embarrassment not only: to this .
;
bottom of bat tll''s'-wltb.}) government ity headaches bloated feelingsand
theoldparties... latest'public statement tl1at"hl.sbasic gas, ,
but ,to, other -
governments
arrangement to prevent a' dozen other discomforts.
slipping., -, program 'has reached substantial -,
who are making strenuous and sincere Your Intestines 'must' function and

While the League of Nations talks Efforts of Statesmen. completion and Industry"will have, efforts for,,'the ::preservation of, peace." the way' to make them m ve' quickly :,, ?

and arbitration! Mussolini recalls Prevent War in Africa breathing spell ran the, gamut' between The, ,oil men thereupon announced ) pleasantly successfully, without :"
peace
'mild hope and. downright: un their Jnterlonf: 'withdrawing ,from griping or harsh Irritants is to chewa

his consuls from various' places In ,IJSSOLINL) tacitly consented to belief., Those :who permitted them- 'the _deal. .'with ,Ethiopia,_ and' the' ,big, Milnesia Wafer, ,thoroughly, .in accordance -

Ethiopia, reminding you of the clergy- LvI the appointment of a committeeof ,selves to be quoted were :generally with, directions on the. bottle -
: c concession sensation, was_ entirely ,deflated. '
.
man who' 'had a call)) to a large city. tin then swallow.
five nations by the League of Nations extremely' cautious In. their .expressions or ,

His little daughter said, "Papa Is In his council l to handle the Italo-Ethiopian but, there was usually a ,vein of .' Milnesia 'Wafers, pure milk' of

library; praying for--light. and mamma embrogllo, and 'skepticism' in their remarks.Vall Bar''Associations to' Have '" magnesi in tablet form, 'each equivalent '
to of milk,
a tablespoon liquid
Is u'pst 'packing.. ,
after protest: agreed Street ,brokers were gladdened ,by a '
.
: Aid, in Ousting Shysters T' :of magnesia, correct acidity, bad
Great
that Britain .and spurt of trading at higher, prices but '- breath flatulence at their'source .

po" The Douglas airliner, called the "Fly- France should I be bankers were more than doubtful), anl ',TATE and.city bar associations are and enable, you to, have the' quick,,

Ing Laboratory," has just flown from among the m'embers'ofthat economists Insisted that a .balanced v to be aided vigorously' In their efforts pleasant; successful" elimination so

Kansas City to Newark, N. J.,: throughthe to rid the profession of shysters "
body. The other budget, which wasn't.mentio'ned. In the necessary to abundant: health:

"substratospherehich means members: are Spain, 1':4": President's letter to Roy Howard, publisher by the American Bar association, and Milnesia Wafers 'come In: bottles

about 20,000 feet up. At that height Turkey and P l ltiid.! was' a pilme requisite. President William L. Ransom has appointed .' at 35c and 60c or in convenient tins

very "thin" air, with engine super- Senor Salvador Silas Strawn, former' president of Robert T. McCracken of Philadelphia at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof

charged and propellers properly "tilt- Mad iaga of Spain is the Chamber of Commerce of the chairman of a new 'committee physicians. All good druggists

ed," makes' high speed 'possible. The the chairman, and he United States, said : "Business men to direct" the work."Mr. McCracken performed carry them. effective Start using these pleasant -

flight was 1,125, miles, nonstop ; passengers -, and his associates at generally will say that the Improve a similar. task for the- Philadelphia tasting wafers today.
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wore oxygen masks. once began the task "; <<< .Z
assigned them. Each Salvador de been in spite of 'rather than becauseof law firm Montgomery & McCracken.- WNU 7 38-35.

I Maneuvers demonstrating French country ,Is, represented Madariagaby the activities: of 'the administra of which Associate l Justice Owen J:
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war, power!, as it stands.today; convince its ,chief delegate ,being besides tion.". Roberts was" a member before his elevation -

European' experts that France pos; ,Madariaga,' Eden of England, Laval Politicians regarded the letter as to. the. United States Supreme

sesses, "the strongest 'military machineIn of France, Rustu Arras .of Turkey and ,Mr. Roosevelt's opening of his cam- court.

the., .'world.!?* She possesses: also, Josef Beck' of" Poland. paign for election, and praised or -

men willing to fight, as. ,shown at Ver- The' assembly of the league began decried It'according to their party affili Death of ''Edward L. Doheny, WHEN-kidne'ysr ctionbfynd I

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dun and'e1iewhere. Itu sesslons"ln Geneva, bringing to that ations. Frank Knox of the Chicago Rich Oil' MagnateL. suffer backache, dirtiness,

city many of Europe's foremost Dally News, a potential candidate for ow ARD' L. DOHENY, one of the burning, scanty or too frequent urination
The' getting at night, swollen feet
government; floating; five hun. statesmen,. .and! It 'was a certainty that the Republican Presidential nomina wealthiest of'Ame ica's oil, magnates and ankles; feel up upset and miserable

dred, million dollars more of interest.bearfng the assembly would 'be definitely hostile tion, called It "just another promise" died In Los 'Angeles at the age Use Doan's Pills.

notes, rejoices because" they to Italy and ready to consider the and set forth the many campaign of seventy-nine! years, after a long ill Doan'i are especially for poorly

aresIla'pp d up "in a day. Of course Imposing of penalties on Italy the moment promises which Mr. Hoosevelt has ness. His oil Interests were mainly In working' kidneys. Millions of boxesare

they are "snapped' up" under:prevailingconditions. any overt act occurs. The 'Italians failed to keep. Senator Black of'' Ala-, Callfrni5'nd' )!exic .' In 1924 Do- used every year. They are 'recommended ,,

Men' with money' are as ,hoped to prolong the Inquiry by bama: said the statement was' "a won heiiy d his old i friend, Alberf Fall, by, users the country. over.

..... glad to hide it away In governmentnotes the commfttee of five until Ask your neighbor!
'after the derfully 'clear' explanation of his pro- secretary of the l Interior under Hard-
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and bonds ,as men .In. a cyclone' adjournment me assembly and their gram, Its original aims and Its ex- Ing, were involved in the Investigation

country are glad, temporarily hid opponents, :were' building up a:" solid I ecution. It .should be a' call to those of the 'government's leasing of the Elk

fr',, :away\ In cyclone cellars. ft(, )t. preparing for the application of 'engaged In business to co-operate In Hills naval oil reserve In Californiato

KlnB F"taturcSyndlcallio WNU Service. iso j functions against an aggressor as pro- : further national l progress." Doheny for exploitation.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1935




.....______________A__& a "" 'IMPROVEDUNIFORM I OLD HALIFAX' PARK entrance of the famous NorthwestArm iAnIr
I of the Sea. Here, too, the vIs-
GUARDED"BY
Let Our Motto Be INTERNATIONAL SHUT ; itor will see a great rock, locally

1 GOOD HEALTHBY TROOPS ONE DAY known us "Chain lock" This was

g the' terminus of a great iron chain
SUNDAY Speedy Relief of Chills
DR. LLOYD ARNOLD Lesson Once each year all the entrancesto which once stretched across the
Professor of Bacteriology and Pteventive
Medicine,University of Illinois, one of North America's _most mouth ,of the Arm to prevent hos- and FeverDon't
College of Medicine By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. unique and beautiful parks are closedto tile ships of war from entering its

, vtvvvvvr, wvwwvc ,v arvarvLi Member Institute of Faculty.of Chicago.Moody Bible the public and"-placed under, mill waters., In this vicinity, too, there Is let Malaria tear you apart with
Union. its racking chills and burning fever.: Trustto
\ RABBIT FEVER Western Newspaper tary guard for 24 hours. This lovely a quaint little cottage from which a no home-made or mere makeshift rem-

I. ( section, Point Pleasant irk. Is ferry i IS, run for those who wish to edies. Take the medicine prepared espe-

tularemia Lesson for September 29 the cross the arm and stroll the other for Malaria
Rabbit fever or ," was discovered located on the tip of peninsulaon on cially -Grove's Tasteless

in the United States by Doc which lies Halifax, the capital of shore. In this house one family Chill Tonic.

tor McCoy of the JOHN (THE MINISTER AND HIS Nova 'Scotia.The have dwelled for generations, their Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic gives real

United States pub PEOPLE) park is theoretically under sole occupation the operation of the relief from Malaria because it's a scientific -
combination
of tasteless quinine and
4 : lic health service in TEXT-Third Cplstle of the control of the federal government ferry. tonic iron. The quinine kills the Malarial '
, ,: ." 1911. He had been LESSON to whom it was granted by t.e infection in the blood. The iron buildsup
I John.
I \ 4 working in Tulare GOLDEN TEXT-Beloved, Imitate not British crown when the Dominion of So' Beware the system and helps fortify against

H county in California that which Is evil, but that which Is Canada took over the defense of the Breaking stone isn't what it's further attack. At the first sign of any

. + in search of a good. He that doeth good Is of God: nation at the beginning of .the present cracked up to be. attack of Malaria take Grove's Tasteless
I II
y. he that doeth evil hath not seen God.- Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly
causing the Federal authorities have
germ III John 11.PRIMARY. century.
during the Malaria: season to ward off
. a. v. dreaded bubonic TOPIC-A Letter From leased it to the city of ,Halifax for ,the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonicis

j plague of the Orient John.JUNIOR TOPIC-With Ink and Pen. an Indefinite period at the rate of a absolutely harmless and tastes good.

and in that INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC -, shilling a ;year. The park is closed ] Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now

! connection had been -Making Our Church Friendly. for 24 hours and all its ,entrances ; comes in two sizes, SOc and $1. The $1

:\ systematically examining YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC guarded by troops once each year to + size contains Y times as much as the 50c
:1 : tl wild rats, -A Friendly and Hospitable Church. maintain rhejrights of ownership and size and gives you 25% more for your
K.lls.MOSQ.UITOES "
.
,
i I -- money. Get bottle today drugstore '
mice squirrels, rabbits
to prevent any possibility of its be- .
and other rodents. Engaged thus I. Personal History. ing claimed as a public right of way.
he which 1. lie was the son of, Zebedee and p&
encountered ,
a new germ
It is beforested with rich
thickly a
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James (Matt. PARKER'S
named Bacillus Tui brother of the apostle
'i eventually larense from was Tulare county In which 4:21). The implication is that his father variety of stately trees, contains amaze fLIES-SPIDERS! a RemovesDandrue-StopeHairFa1Iing HAIR BALSAM!
of and is
: he first encountered it. was in easy circumstances, for he mossy footpaths and Imparts Color and
; filled with romantic old forts' reminiscent f
'r had boats and hired servants (Mark Beauty Gray and Faded Hair
Within decades tulare- 60o nod(1.00 at Droraist
the last two and {
1:19, 20). of Indians on the warpath OTHER HIeoxChem.Win .Putchoproe,N,T,
: mia has all over, I ,.
spread practically
2. He was a disciple of John the revolutionary privateers on the ram- INSECTS FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in -
the United States, and it has been connection with Parker's HairBalsam.Makesthe ,
Baptist (John 1:35-40)). This was a page. Automobiles are taboo here. 616 hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by marl or at drnst- .;G
found also In Japan, but so far not in .
I Hiacox Chemical Works, Patchogue N.Y.
most valuable training, for John wasa Within the park is the Mjrtello gists. :
Europe. It is a new disease and doctors
man sent from God (John 1:6): ). The tower, built in, the last decade of the < .
are watching it closely. With
fiery eloquence of the Baptist no doubt Eighteenth century by Queen Vic
1 barely more than 20 ;years' history
". behind it, they can't know what variations profoundly' Impressed him. toria's father, the duke, of Kent, who, o It soon, brings relief and promotes -
3. He was called to follow Jesus with Indians and Americans in mind, Because of its .
it will show, as they do know ; healing.
,.:,_ about the cider diseases. (Matt. 4:21, 22)). He was first called thought it prudent to construct J absolute purity and soothing .;
Into 'the relationship of a disciple. Asa strongholds to defend the city of,
Y.':.'- Rabbit fever is the more common disciple he came to know Jesus personally Halifax against mythical invaders.It I properties, it is most useful in

; for it it is diseaseof the treatment of rashes red ... ,
name as primarily a holds a labyrinth of gloomy passages .

rabbits. The germ is transmitted 4. Appointed as an apostle (Matt.. and rooms within rooms. A rough skin,_ 'itching, burningfeet :
I from rabbit to rabbit by ticks. f
10:2)). Having been tested as a dis- deceptive stairway leads to the roof chafings, chappings, irritations -
::1
Ticks feeding on Infected rabbits ciple, he now is appointed as an where the visitors can gaze through f cuts and burns. No
-
::1 get the germ and transmit through apostle (Mark 3:13-19 ; Luke G:13-1G). slits made for oldtime snipers. On ,. household should without i
'
their eggs to their young. A tick lays II. His Character. the point itself are the remnants

several thousand eggs, ,and each of batteries and entrenchments data t this Ointment. .j 1
... L He was reserved. That is, he r
hatched tick, attaching itself to a rabbit was decidedly reticent about himself. ing back to the 1700's, when Halifax Price 25c and SOc.

r, I,, can give that, rabbit the disease. He speaks of himself as "the disciple was a military center and these fortifications Sold at all druggists.

Thus it can easily be seen that one whom Jesus loved" and "that other were needed to guard the

.', sick rabbit can infect a whole coun "
disciple.
.' tryside. In districts where rabbit fever
2. He possessed a rare gift of pene-
i Is prevalent, It is common to see trative Insight. The truths set forthIn WJUfl r bears
,, down Y
dead rabbits scattered over the ground. DG4 "
!
his writings did not come as a re-
1-, -
In rabbit
addition to the squirrels, but of :
" I sult of reasoned judgment! pene-
) wild rats, muskrats, opossums, coyotes trative Insight. He was Indeed a seer. ', '" .

y r and woodchucks can be affected 3. He was thoroughly masculine. SAY, BOSS WE JUST, LET'S GET GOIN' BOYS,

: with the fever. Quail and sage, hens Christian art does him a thorough injustice SIGHTED THEM CATTLE AND ROUND-UP THOSE 1 HEY, DONT TAKE '

are now also falling victims. And not in portraying him as effemi- THIEVES I THEY'RE RUSTLERS COME ; ; A SHOT AT THAT

' only the wood tick, rabbit tick and nate. He was Intense, vehement In his CAMPIN1/ IN' BIG BEAR, ALONG. DIZZY IF YOU LOOKOUT NOTHEN

I' 'I r' rabbit loust, but also the blood-suck- temperament. He was- truly a "son of CANYON WANT_ _THRILL % : NOISE WILL GIVE --

, j ing deer fly can carry the Infection. thunder," as Christ declared (Mark US AWAY TO THE.REST
;
_' ::"y In man rabbit fever Is a secondary 3:17). '' OF THE GANG !

I ; :.f Infection. He gets it through cutting III. Some I Instances of Behavior., i

-c or handling an infected rabbit carcass I service i NS
of
1 1. Intolerance Irregular ;;'
5f :
other diseased animal. Or .,
or dogs ;
,
(Luke 9:49, 50)). There was a certain 4
cats and other domestic animals
hogs
disciple who seems to have been intelligently
f -ct ? : may contaminate their mouths by eat. '
: witnessing and God had hon-
> % ; ILL GET RID OF
', yl;
.t '
a. ing dead infected animals and In that
: .- ored his testimony with power to cast /_. HIM FOR YOUff. -. ,
transmit the disease to Or .
'- way man. out devils. John forbade him becausehe WITHOUT A GUN Io
the mere handling of an Infected tick
with them.
was not working:
: may' result in an infection. 2. His righteous Indignation displayed -

'I' s The occurrence of the lar;._ num- (Luke 9:51-56)). When Jesus ;

ber of cases In man coincide with the had set his face toward Jerusalemsome

,': open hunting season for hunting wild Samaritans refused to extend

rabbits. Hunters, cooks' and market hospitality to him. This treatment of

men are most prone to get it. Lab his Master !so i aroused the anger of

oratory workers, too, who are studying John and James that they desined to
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f the blood and tissues of infected an- call down fire from heaven to burn 47 .
SURE POPPED STICK BEM UPI REACH THE SHERIFF WILL i
imals are apt to contract the disease. them This action out of
grew ''
up. '
HIM, OIZZY 1 FOR THE SKY' BE RIGHT GLAD TO
Sometimes the entire personnel In alaboratory John's great love for his Master. SEE YOU BOYS

will be victims. The Infection 3. John's care of Christ's mother r.I Y .. J.: 'y

usually enters' the skin through (John 19:25-27): ). From .the cross Jesus
e r /: an abrasion, but in a number of instances beheld his mother and committed her \ }

i no abrasion was apparent. The John. The In- .
to the tender care of \' IT'LL
CINCH
; < evidence In these 4EA
cases seems to be Lord -
tense love that he had for his EM NOWc
1 ',- that mere contact of the skin ,with Infected tenderest ":- TO'NAB
: .' would move him to express the COME LET'SCLOSE
ON
i h% '. blood Is sufficient to bring on
'L .... the disease. affection for his mother. IN ON 'EM (

IV. His Third Epistle.
The chills and fever usually start
This is one of the three private Epistles -
six or seven days after an infection.
I of the New Testament and givesus /
There Is a swelling and soreness at
:
a look into the early church life 7
the spo where the germs entered the ,
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body. This sometimes forms an ulcer. and also a picture of the aged apostle. ,1 :: ,
3 This Epistle consists of the following
-' The chills and fever last for about '

\ two months. Rabbit fever In man Is parts:
1. The salutation (vv. 1-4). This : &
more serious than undulant lever, J;
letter was addressed to Galus, with the ; J
which he gets from coming In contact
fervent wish that his temporal prosperity 47.
with contagious material from infected -
and physical health would be ,.
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_, cattle, hogs or goats. ,'
? measured by the measure of the increase YOU GOT TO Tt 3K FAST TO PITCH BIG
: Our best way of prevention of rabbit YOU SURe SHOWED us AND t GOT TO ;
fever In man is to avoid contact with of his spirituality. Ills supreme A NEW TRICK IN ROUNO- NAND IT TO YOU, LEAGUE BALL. AND TO THINK FAST YOU

the carcasses of Infected wild animals. Joy was to hear that his children were (INCx UP CATTLE THIEVES, DIZZY, FOR SOME GOT TO HAVE ENERGY 'CAUSE ENERGY KEEPS

Sickly or sluggish small game should walking In the truth. DIZZY I FAST THINKINGjr. { r YOU WIDe AWAKE.. THAT'S WHY I EAT

not be shot, except as an act of mercy.A 2. His praise for Galus (vv. 5-8), GRAPE-NUTS. IT HEADS THE BATTING(

rabbit that sits still and allows you This praise was for the hospitality ORDER FOR ENERGY MAKING f- x x/
to shoot him at your leisure makes a which Galus showed toward some traveling 7.fJj j %1 ,; i, \ LX :

dangerous carcass. Apparently healthy evangelists. In spite of the op oclk AND IT CERTAINLY

rabbits can carry the Infection. To ba position of a certain prominent member TASTES GREAT, TOO !

on the safe side, always wear rubber of the church, Galus received these -ij-*.

./ gloves when dressing rabbits, and do preachers into his home. To receive

not let the blood come in contact with ,God's messengers Into our homes and e I

I any part of the skin. Infected rabbits, send them forth on their journey is a

when well _cooked, however, can be deed worthy of God. One of the best

eaten without danger of contractingthe ways to help the truth Is to show hos-

disease. The danger comes In han pitality to its messengers. :

dling the raw meat. 3. His condemnation of Dlotrephes

Laboratory tests can determine (vv. 9, 10)The sin of this man was

whether a patient has contracted rabbit his over-weening self-confidence and .

fever. The test is very similar to arrogance He loved to have the placeof t :
% .
,
'l' the one made for typhoid fever and pre-eminence ; therefore, for that -

for undulant fever. reason he refused to receive these traveling Boys I Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free !
evangelists and expelled from : ;

"v cial Science method does of not treating know tularemia.of any spe-So the church those who had"received them ,, Join the Dizzy Dean V inners wear the Membership _

far it does not seem that vaccines are Into their homes. lie even maliciously \ Pin. get Dizzy's Autographed Portrait!

of any value. One attack evidently con- attacked John the beloved pastor. His Dizzy Dean Winners Membership Send fop from: one 12-or.. yellow-and-blue Grape-Nuts package, t'
fers immunity._ spirit of pride moved him to acts of Pin Solid bronzewith red enameled with your name and address, to Grape-Nuts, r

There are, reports of sheep herds be- tyranny toward others. lettering Free fort Grape- Battle Creek, Mich., for membership pin ,
ing infected by ticks. If this coulia- 4. His commendation of Demetrius (v. Nuts lure to ask for-Prize.In No.ordering 301. ,be and copy of club manual showing 37 nifty free ,
12), Arid to have lots of energy, start eating -
ues, It will mean of DemetrIus was perhaps the bearer prizes.
many new
ways of this letter. John Dizzy Dean Autographed Portrait. Grape-Nuts right away It has a winningflavor
gives the assurance L
Infecting man, through the handlingof By Bachrach, size: 8 by 10-with all its own. Economical, too, for two
meat, hides and wool. that Demetrius was of good report Dizzy's facsimile signature. Free tablespoons, with milk or cream, provide more
We do not know how to control the among all men. His life of good deeds for 1 Grape-Nuts package-top. In varied nourishment than many a hearty meal.Oflerexpire3Dec.31,1935.GoodonlyinU.S.A. A product ot
l. be ask for Prize
ot+ riag, sure to
proved that he was in fellowship with .) Ocneral.Fooda
t disease in wild animals. Pia 10*. (
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PAGE POOR WIB CLEWISTON NffiVS'" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER '27, '1985':*

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The Clewiston News mainly in the method and purposeof up to now, I got a crazy idea that sound values.Sellin' GREEN lots is j. A. CORMIER RESIGNS ASIJEVERAC3E -

spending, rather than in degre with things breakin like they are just as harmful and disastrous as DEPARTMENT: HEAD* ,

Centering operations near Ocala, this would be a good time to review marketing GREEN fruit!

Published every Friday In Clewiston, an allotment of $5,000 is being lavIshed that lesson so as not to make the Tallahassee; September 26 (F'NS)1 :f; '

Florida)' the CLEWISTON NEWS, all of a sudden on preparations same mistake again. MANY SPORTSMEN VISIT '. -J. A. Cormier of Marlanna resigned r\.I
Inc. I remember I had a mighty desir- LAKE OKEECHOIJEE TO FISH De::'
for digging that phoney water- as head of the State Beverage

way. Here, over a wide front up and able piece, of property all of a 'sud- --- partment to enter the wholesale liquor -
Keathley Bowden, Editor down the river an appropriation of den a lot of folks seemed to wantit (Moore Haven Democrat) ,
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in Jacksonville and
approximately $3,000,000 authorized and want it plenty bad. One after Sportsmen coming here in ever business ;

Entered as second class mall mat- by congress is being eased Into another they'd come 'round and try increasing numbers to try their luck Governor .Sholtz appointed GeorgeO.

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post completion of the Caloosahatchec to buy it and each time I'd raise the bass fishingin Lake Okeechobee, Weems, director of the Milk Con-
trol Board, to the post vacated by
ante but so-called values kept goin1up
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under Okeechobee cross-state waterway. !
all around me and I was fixin' indicates that this body: of water is Cormier. W. Henry Bryant, for 'two
the Act of March 3, 1897. Although both projects arc in the .
for the.1\1i11(
to out-smart 'em. rapidly becoming a mecca for sport rears chief inspector -
hands of the war department this Board named head of that department ,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. one is proceeding according to an Well, I finally sold the old homestead fishermen of South Florida, and was succeed Weems.
to
Advertising rates on application,, orderly plan which calls, for a com- for a price that was outrageous leads to the belief that hundreds'

pleted waterway that boats can nav- and got a nice down payment. tourists will visit here this winter .
Devoted to the advancement, andwelfare Hint tor the Girls
igate while the one at Ocala is largely The fellow who bought it from me to toss artificial minnows to the
of Clewiston and Heudry a ballyhoo enterprise which can peddled it to another guy who founda haid-to-fool bass. Nature makes 'mistakes, but she .

County. afford to put money into advertis- poor dazed yankee who took it off During the past week a large never arranges the bloom of youth
hands at so-called profit. the nose on one side and closeto
ing as well as engineering. It maybe his 'a number of sportsmen have visited near

There has never been a time whena also, that the reason so much About that time the dope ran out Gordon Singletary's camp at the an car on the other.-San Francisco'
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week without rain was more welcome more racket is being made up thereis and all us saps who'd been takin' a mouth of Nicodemous Slough, and fhronlcle'

to residents of the Glados. because the engineers in charge shot in the ,arm woke up with a terrible many more have written for reser-
here appear to know more about headache. Our little /Stratosphere vations for this week-end. Among
J. M. COUSE
the working blueprints than front pages.The'y balloon hit the ground withan these are Cartoonist Hammond, who ,
According to press reports
haven't a publicity man to awful thud. draws the Alley Oop cartoons. Dr.
New York negroes and Jews are Counselor and Attorney at Law
bout. their name and we never heard of Durin' the time that I was busy Chaires and two other doctors from
the Baer-Louis
still fighting Hopkins Building
one of them cutting down a tree. gettin' options on everything from Bradenton, Hugh E. Dawson, Tampa ,-
Wednesdays and Saturdays
They just go on about their business ; the court: house square to the city I broker and a, party of four, and sev- --
9:30 to 4:00 :
: :
Adolf Hitler is the only 100 per '. ; -
of seeing that the dirt is dredged limits with the money I got as a eral others. I I :
cent dictator. Mussolini, Stalin and ,
without a bit of help from dynamite down payment for my place all ,the Wednesday and Thursday three u

Citizen.the rest are married.-Key West blasts set off by President so-called IMPROVEMENTS had contractors from Miami were brav- L. ,B. MershonAGENT ,'; ,

:'Roosevelt, hot air blasts by Con- been goin' on-street pavin', sewerage -. ing unusually rough water to lure :; ;:

in gressman "Pea" Green or newspaper sidewalks, street lights and the bass from' holes in the pepper I :,'
Another hurricane running !j.
blastsby such strident organs as the, what have you, and a bill along withIt grass. Two parties from Bradentonwere
circles about the Can ibean and occasionally -
making a short detour toward Ocala Star and Jax Journal. Why i for more than I had paid for my here on Thursday includingthat New York Life ::>

Everglades the poor fellows haven't even had property in the first place. of District Judge J. T. Harrisonand I. 'it-
Florida. However,
growers seem to be more concerned spiritual guidance, not a single pastor Well, I came through that! whirl- E. J.' Grimes, Attorney for the Insurance Company : 1= fd'1

about the rain which accompany hereabouts having christened wind with not much more inj.he way new Citrus Board. N. A. Broiling, :

these disturbances than they; are the Caloosahatchee as "holy water." of real and personal property than newspaper publisher of Sebring and ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,;"

about the wind. Now the absence of excitement Mahatma Gandi, but boy I meanI Dr. Rich of the same place. were
I which attends' the spending of our was educated! here. Sunday. -

Now you can start betting on the j $3,000,000; may not make the cash Well, the tide is comin' in again. Courtney Riley Cooper of New 1:.1:..:N:.:1:11:1:N:N:N 1:N:N:11 N:N:N N:N N:1 0:N:M:N:
registers, of Fort Myers ring with The demand for Florida property is ':. .t.
biggest event of the year for the, York, famous novelist left this week
the din which Ocala brags of as brisk and the turn over ::
becoming x New and Used
Cubs have sent the Cardinals flyingon I after spending sixteen ,days here ;
the first dab of their $5,000,000 is the state is
sections
In rap-
of
many: V ):
their way and next week fur fishing. A fishing enthusiast in the -
I turned loose, but when their money id, but if we keep our heads and oxtreimT"he y.
will be flying when the Tigers and spent almost his entire :: FURNITUREBELLE
and ours Is all gone cash register watch our step we'll be all right.If I ,
the Bruins start mixing it up. We're Florida vacation after bass in Lake V
here will keep on recording the circulation you're smart you'll sell at a
picking Mickey Cochrane and his Okeechobee. Two days before he left Y'i
of -maritime dollars while that will insure the fellow who
gang but that's not an invitationfor price he caught 37 bass in one trip on the
bets. I the boys up yonder are writing oft :buys from you a reasonable profit- GLADE :!:

the headache of another boom gone and remember, the more folks who lake.Mr.

We have an idea that Chairman I bust. Right now they may be doing make a profit on top of you, the' had a. letter Singletary from'states Rex Beach that,he one has of :== FURNITURE COMPANY ::
more and better business but next better off you are.
Dave had difficulty remaining non- the most popular novelists of the fi

chalant during the embarressing' I, year we shall when have our something$3,000,000 to Is spentI showfor lot And of don't improvements get excited just and because vote a country, stating that he expects to :i :;: Belle Glade, Florida .;-

questioning of Attorney Bell dur- come here soon after his arrival at : :::
jt-a waterway over which boats think the other guy will have: to :
ing the Taylor hearing Monday af-, 'can. you his winter home in Sebring for :a 'i. Next Door To Theatre j ;'
actually ply from Atlantic to from
for 'em. He may drop ex-
ternoon. We have an idea that the pay
few days fishing. lIe will. be accomp-
Gulf while their
when $5,000,000gives holdiu' the
and leave
jaustion you
Inclination towards perjury woulibe ;-.X .
anied by his friend, Fred Stone and
OjUt in eight months or so
irresistable should. someone ask bag.And Francis Gudger. .
they will have a messed up landscape the time, to sell is when some- I
us under oath to tell why we )
thought some of our friends and | a few ponds that may serveas body wants to buy. The wise guy Two weeks ago a trio of Sebringfishermen '
hog wallows and a long wait- vho holds out for the last dollar I Bill Lammeraux, Ralph
neighbors were ,unfit for jury duty. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
I quite likely forever-for another usually wakes up feelin' sorry for Ilartless, and Earl Bryant landed REQUEST
dose of the wherewithal to make himself. 200 bass in six and a half hours II
Seminole Indians are quoted as
saying there will, be no more hurricanes -.merry on cash regi. t .-Fort My- There never was a better time to fis .ing., They kept only ,24 of the C. E. STEBEL
ers News-Press. buy Florida property than right largest of ,the catch, weighing ,between -
for Florida this year. After
recalling the way in which he government -IJ I i I now. Wb have taken up most of- the I four, and six pounds. The oth- Electrical Contracting s
"scientists" handled the J A NOTEWORTHY EXAMPLE slack from the boom; values are ers, weighed an average of about a '

news of the recent storm, we are I I OF GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP getting back to normal. In most of pound, and a half. PHONE 2121 r ___

good natured enough to suggest!I E our towns and cities we haven't Flooded tributaries have kept the i PAHOKEE, ,FLORIDA
"Two hundred bass caught by Se-
that "teletypes" and "codes" be discarded -t enough homes to accomodate our water close- in somewhat contaminated I
for Indian signs and jargons. bring fishermen," read a.headline in growing population. Hotels and for several weeks and it is Agent for

Before they listened to the warnings (the Sebring American this week. apartments are filling up and in necessary to go to the grass edge GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

of the white man; the Indians say, I f[ Reading the story, however, revealed many places opportunities, exist for several miles out to get away from

they knew when to go to the higher i. that the fishermen, a party the profitable construction of a few the red water. This condition is improving RANGES AND
: of four men, kept only 24 of the APPLIANCESAttractive
lands. It is quite idiotic, in their more. now and it is believed that
J
estimation, to fail to note the simple ,, largest fish of the 200. The remain- Let's stick to steady growth and soon the water will have cleared up. -
der were turned back alive into
signs that told their ancestors
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Lake Okeechobee, where the phenomenal --- ----
when the big wind and much water

were coming.-Melbourne Times. catch was made. ......... -- .
I This group of anglers should be :_ : i

DRIVE CAREFULLY! I complimented for their sportsman- Ay: F ; ::::
0 R S A L E
I ship. Too many fishing hogs would .f.. ..fO. 11..

It would, be wise for every readerto have filled their boat and car with Af

turn this week to the school'I dead fish and probably thrown most if: : Clewiston Home Small! Cash Payment :!: ::

news and read ,the set of bus rules : of the catch- away after, reaching A

which have been drawn' up for the home. A ?
children and their safety. It would :, It would not be necessary to keep A

also be wise for every motorist to restocking Florida's fresh water ,

make up his mind to cooperate in lakes and streams with game fish if .

every way possible to prevent in- angling had been confined in late .IL .11 11i .

jury or death to any of the schoolchildren years to sportsmen of this Sebring

because of reckless driv- type. May they always find fish

ing. wherever they go! yy

Cases have been reported where -Exchange ..i.. .t...' .ii.. --:
motorists have sped past the Boy .. .. M :. -v
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Scout street patrols, ignoring their .* ... ... .
*M%%V*VA. % :*%*N*VM:**:.%NN:. .f. I 0: .t.
red flag and signals. This may be t .t. ._. .i' ..
A .f. .. .. .I.

so thoughtlessness for these patrols but it are is criminally posted to :|;: TOO LATE yTO, f; I' I x.E..E.b A

protect school children and not to := CLASS1FY :
impede. traffic. These scouts shouldbe _|i. :;: y :

-allowed to take the number of A A 1.I. xf.s' : ..
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f .f'
any such offender and an ordinance ,
.
passed to deal with him. No one .v'f. ... H :f: ';'
&}* !> ti BY. A fX
wants to kill a child but there arc ""
many who take chances of doing so RUSSELL KAY s*: S

every day merely to save a few sec- .' 11! ;. ./ ii iii .
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onds time which in all
reach probability .:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:. I;
is wasted after they their des- .. I .f. .t.
tination. If you've got any old second hand A A

There is a law against passing a meal estate layin' 'round this wouldbe .f. ; :: T.k: T :j: .'.

school bus while it is receiving or a mighty good time to drag it .. i; ; ,: ";:',, ...
:0 .
discharging passengers and any mo- out of the attic and do a first class .'f.. ,. "i'.t. .''.

torist who violates this law shouldbe job of dustin' and poljshln. .f.,t. 'f... .f'.t' ..':..

:" : dealt:' 'with, severely. The way it looks now ther 'll bea .;. 'i. .f. .!.

. mess of folks prowlin' 'round .0. ,. .. .f.
. HERE TOO down here this, fall and winter look- + .;. (, .t.-%

,f" in' for a neat little home or a like. ..
(/ The other day there was some ly build in' site. .f.'f. 's..s. .f..f. .:.. {

comment here recognizing that busi- If you've got a business youwant .v. .. 'f'VA,I. .
The Balance I Like Rent I :
ness is pretty good up around Ocala. to sell-anything from a peanut :;: Pay :!: :

Well, it is pretty good here too, ritand to a perfume factory- you'll
and for much the same reason.*They 'end some guy interested, for a, lot ::;: :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :'i'ti: :

are going strong because of workon of the folks comin' down here will :: :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: :i:
a canal, and so are we. Up there !'me lookin' for something to do as

$!,000,000; is being spent and down ;veil as a place to live.

here it is only $3,000,000 but the I don't know about you, but I if_: :: Clewiston Home Building Association U! .

difference in amount is not the ex- cook a post-graduate course' in the

planation of why they are having a school of hard lnocks; in 1925 and ,'. .'0 ... .
boom while we are merely enjoying while I hayen't had an opportunity ,f. .;. PHONE 102 'i. .!.

substantial progress, The reason lies to use the Knowledge I gainst' by it. v 1i"P' ': .1 ii_ r ,. A.- n riA... 1. !rer'2 T I'JC vn _



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I FRIDAY, SEPTE3H1ER, 27, 1035 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVIr. ;
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fr.NNNN:..:IINN:NN:HN:":NN:NN:NNNNN:NN"-:' Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Jr., arrived I C. F. Trainor returned Tuesday load' is allowed. 1
:/ Thursday to join Mr. Mobley here. I from Indiantown where he has beenin One extra tire fully

I'' *{ Personal Mention =*; They have a home on Arcade Ave. charge of construction of the St. should always be carried.

I .. .. Mrs. G. S. Mobley and Bill Mobley of Lucie ,spillways. Maintain discipline, and .
........................... ...............................................'.. Jacksonville arrived with Mrs. Mob- ly report to principal or ,

2.WI. Digges i : of. Ocala:' spent the ley for several days visit. MISS VON MACH CELEBRATESWITH teacher, all disorderly 1
BIRTHDAY PARTY fractions of rules and ::01
week-end with his family. Only the driver should I ; ;
Jimmy Wolf, Keith Hartsfield and
r Miss Margaret VonMach enter- driver's seat. 1 >
.f Mr. and :Mrs.V.. F.' Simpson were Coburn Moore were transferred
I tained a large number of friends Load and unload pupils :
'jI I Port Myers visitors Sunday. from Indiantown to Clewiston Wed- with a Bunco party Wednesday af- right front door. i
I nesday by the U. S. Engineers.
ternoon of last week, the occasion No pupil shall be' :
They have been at work on the St. i1
i! I :Mr. and Mrs C. E. Nall spent being her twelfth birthday party. ride on, steps or running
Lucie spillways. completed last"week.
Tuesday visiting in Bartow. June' Hooker received the high Require pupils to pass ;
rather than in behind the f
11 score prize, Renee Wethington

A. C. Clewis, of Tampa, was a second, and Barbara Smith, third. A good slogan-"Train
R. L. Sisson, WPA engineer from the time-Stop, Look and
in Clewiston
: visitor Sunday. Refreshments of ice cream, cake 'I i iI
L BelIe, visited here Tuesday and Drivers must not smoke
and punch were served to: June
stated that he was returning to bus while on duty.
:Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent Hooker, Nealy Geiger, Martha Nell I
West Palm Beach where he had Do ,not attempt to pass
'I 'Friday in Biadenton on. business. Alston,' Bobbie Spicer, Peggy Gal-
been recalled into the district office. I vehicle on a "blind" curve.
1 lant, Julia Anne Oglesby, 1IabellSilva
His successor as engineer for Hendry Boys should be seated on
Rhunelle McGehee, Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Collins spent county has not been named. of the bus and girls on
f Smith, Edith Walton, Katherine '
r and Sunday in Ocala. side..
i Saturday I Walton, Maxine Doty, Betty .Bailey, :
PARENT-TEACHERS HOLD Laura Bailey, Renee Wethiugton, Inspect your bus

I, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs spent: ELECTION OF OFFICERSA Frances Johnson, Miss Mary Snell no chances

I. Wednesday and Thursday in Miami. and 1\liss"Sue Maxwell. Report all trouble
Clean buses. Buses must

I meeting of the Parent-Teachers I clean. The State Board as, to
j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bass have moved TRAINORS ENTERTAIN WITH -
Association was held at the school quired qualifications of
{ to Moore Haven to make their auditorium last Friday afternoonand DINNER FOR MRS. McLUREMrs. I "One who keeps his bus

home. I new officers were elected. Mrs., attractive.",
; J. F. McLure Jr. hon-
was
---- i B. A. Bourne was elected president, Conduct of Cliildren
L. A. Turner spent Sunday visit- taking the place of Mrs: E. W. Dig- ored with an informal dinner party The driver shall be held

;" ing with his family in West. Palm ges, who left last week to make her given by Mr. and Mrs., C. F. Trainorat sible for the conduct of

Beach. home in Ocala. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn ther home Wednesday, evening. transported while in his
Mrs. McLure will leave to
retained her position of vicepresident shortly pits reported. If a child is
r Mrs. B. E. Nall and Mrs. Clement J J'I join Mr. McLure who is working!
i of the organization. Mrs. Her- trol as that of a teacher,
' .1' visitors in Moore Haven with the U. S. Engineers at Ocala.
Nail
were ring was ,elected secretary and Mrs. of punishment.. In cases

' I Thursday., ... W. W.: Perry, treasurer. Russell Other and guests' Andrew were Miss Jewel driver's control he shall 8)X I

Aside from the election of officers Berry. written report on the 'day of

?\r. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich 'visited I there was little discussion of other curence to the principal

'j in Ocala and Jacksonville several business. A special executive meet- SCHOOL NEWS school attended by the I -

days this week. ing is to, be held this afternoon. pils reported. If a child is
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tionably unruly causing
I Mrs. C. H. Settle of Moore Haven The second grade was much am-
NOTICE to the driver, said driver is
spent Wednesday as the guest of used and pleased when Mrs. A. O.
I ted to request child to
''i Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Ward brought a mother tropical fish
and to
promptly proceed
, ; The October meeting of the. Ladies and two baby fish to school to show :;
; Soot.
: I Ij
Mr. and Mrs"J.: A. Rumbley were Aid will be held at the home of them.: Rainy Dajh-

-j business visitors,. in West 'Palm Mis. I. D. Leidig on Thursday, October Professor and Mrs. Beacom spenta In case of rainy days

:Beach Saturday afternoon. I 3, at 3 o'clock. All membersare very happy noon hour last week requested to go as near as I i
urged to attend. having luncheon with Mr. and Mrs.
or ,practible to the homes ,
t t E. L. Stewart is on his, vacation Raymond T. Mitchell and their children transported.

this week. He is spending a part of GARDEN CLUB MEETS bright little daughter, Faith. Helpful recommendations I :

I ;the time visiting in Miami: AVITH MRS.: RACKSTRAAV The Parent-Teachers Associationwas Rear vision !mirror large

f f : j I -- called to order around 3:30 P. to give full view of the bus
I Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and M. Friday, Sept. 21, by .Mrs. Harry highway. :
'! daughter, Martha Nell, spent Sunday Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw was host- :
Vaughn. Mrs. Herring kindly con- Drive on the right side,
ess at the September meeting of the
in West Palm Beach. .
sented to play on the piano and the road. ::
II : Garden Club at her home Thursday
audience sang one verse of America. In passing slow moving :
V. A. Allen and La- afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .
be to know that
Everyone joined the President in sure no
Peters in The principal topic of discussionwas '
Deen Peters visited H. 0. .
hicle is from
praying the Lord's prayer. approaching
Fort Myers Sunday afternoon. I the purchase of playground I
equipment which is the .club's part Mrs. B. E. Herring was elected tion.Do
not 'follow in behind
\ Mr. and Mrs.' M. H. Crouch and ,toward furnishing the recreation secretary. Mrs. Perry was chosen to vehicle closer than

1, .; flaughter, Jo !;Ann, visited, with I park when it .is completed. serve as treasurer. with ease.Avoid you,- '.'
I .. friends in Palm Beach Sunday.' Sandwiches, cake and an' iced Principal W. ,L. Beacom gave avery :sudden stops when
fruit drink were served to Mrs. W. inspirational and humoroustalk.
gers are standing.
Mr. and lUrs. Fred Curry and C. Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.F. He told two very interesting Be sure that doors are

Mr. and Mrs. W.' C. Prewitt were Deane Duff, Mrs. W.. P. Vaughn, stories with two good points and closed when bus is in

I" 'Ta pa visitors over the week-end. Sr., 1Irs.V.. F. Simpson, Mrs. W. pleasing meanings. In cas'e of accident do
I 1 M. Redelsheimer and Mrs O. H. After Professor Beacom's talk a
; bus 'or pupils. Summon help
Roberts. motion for adjournment was received -
-tt. and Mrs. W. H. Mills and senger or bus monitors.

I' daughter, Rose Anne, left Sunday by the chair and the meeting On roads where there is

for their new home, in Baton Rouge, KIWANIS WIDOWS HONOR I closed.- erable traffic, stop off the
All teachers loyaly attended the
f La. MRS. GROVER POOLE at'a; place where a clear
I' P.-T. A. meeting. There was much I.
'
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whidden, oft mingling and mixing of old and new (Continued on Page )
While the Kiwanis club held Its friends.
, Gainesville, were the week-end
:' guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Good- regular weekly meeting Wednesday Mrs. Leah Spicer presented seven

t:: man. evening, their "widows" honored books to the library this week. They

rI I Mrs. Grover Poole with a pot-luck were the very usful Chautauqua

I ( Mrs. M. R. Lawler Mrs. V. A. dinner at the home of Mrs. H. R. Classical Course series. Mrs. Spicer .

Allen and LaDeen Peters visited H. Hall. Following the dinner bridge also added four useful text booksto .
playing was enjoyed. Mis. Poole, her library gift. .N. : '
O. Peters in Fort, Myers Wednesday SPECIAL
afternoon. who leaves for Ocala soon to make The enrollment of the first grade .

her home was presented with a has leached forty-one. '. ;.. .

i L. G. Lewis, of the Clyde-Mallory lovely compact. Third Grade News .
Guests included Mrs. B. E. Herring roll for the weekis .
Spelling honor
I I. :1 Steamship lines of Miami was a ", ,
, business visitor here for seveirfl Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. I. -M. as follows: Ralph, Sherwood: Annette '

t I days this week. Pafford, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. Marilyn 'Bobby, Sue Christine,. : : .
I g W. Ezelle, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.C. LaDeen, Martha, Elsie. LEGION DANCE

'f Mr and Mrs. Malcolm W.; Big E. Nall. Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. Fifth Grade spelling honor roll:

.I r and Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson A. W. Slas, Mrs. A.V.. Lawrenceand I I James Howard Elbert Hooker, Jan-

"I spent Saturday afternoon shopping .Mrs. G. B.. Thomas. I ie Brantley, Roy Stewart;, Beatrice

I I I ia West Palm Beach. Pratt, Eugene Kilby, David Smith. .' .'
; CAPTAIN AND MRS. R. SELEE!

I Mis.. J. F. McLure, Jr., visited ENTERTAIN: LT. AND MRS. MILLSLt. I INSTRUCTIONS TO BUS DRIVERS PAHOKEE

'I. $?j& Mr. McLure in ,Ocala; several --
and Mis. W. H. Mills, who left
, immediately all accidents,
days this week. Mr. McLure returned Report .
I last Sunday for Baton Rouge La., .
I with her Sunday for the day. giving names of injured and wit- --
-- to make their home where Lt. Mills nesses with address of each to the ,-
has charge of R. O. T. C. training board member and principal. Oct. 3rd. "
School
W. S. Cowart, of Ocala, visitedin Thursday ,
work at Louisiana State University,
Clewiston Saturday and Sunday. See that all children listed to ride
were honored with an informal bus are aboard before the I .< .
I Mrs. Cowart and children, Page and on your .
party last Friday night at the homeof bus' leaves the school building. .
'j Alice, returned to Ocala with him I
! II Captain and Mrs. Richardson Se- .
Sunday.Mr. Permit no pupil to move about on '
lee. the bus while It is in motion.

and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. :MRS. DUFF GIVES TEA IN- I See that aisles are not obstructedwith

Grover Poole, Anne Pafford and MRS. POOLE'S' HONOR books or other objects.
John Poole were the guests of Dr. Caution all passengers not to put I TO .

their heads, arms, hands or bodies GIVEN FREE .
and Mrs. Nevin Schaaf in Miami Mrs. F.: Deane Duff entertained $25
out of the windows. BE
Beach Saturday and Sunday. Tuesday afternoon with an informaltea
honoring Mrs. Grover Poole. Report to the principal or pupil'steacher

H. 0. Peters is i in Lee Memorial Mrs. Poole was presented with an I any pupils who hang on the \

Hospital in Fort Myer recuperating attractive dress clip. bus while in motion.
from an appendix operation per- Do not cross railroad tracks un-
Refreshments of sandwiches,' cake t-
formed last Saturday. Mrs. Peters less a clear view of the tracks for .
\nd' an iced fruit drink were served ,
was with him for several days. to Mrs, I. M. Pafford Mrs. C. L. some distance can' be obtained.Do .

Downs Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. not allow pupils to smoke on MUSIC BY
Mrs. E. W: Digges and children, F. Simpson and Mrs- Poole. the bus.

I 'i.ephine and Bill, left Tuesday to --- .- Under no conditions of weather, ,
;a2 Mr. Digges in Ocala, where he DINNER PARTY GIVEN IN" fogs, impaired equipment, or what '
HUGH SPENCE'vSORCHESTRA
was recently transferred by U. S. MRS. POOLE'S HONORMrs. not, take any chances in operatingyour ,

Engineers for work on the Cross- -- bus that will endanger the lives .
,
State canal. Leah Spicer entertained of your passengers. I '
'
Thursday evening with an informal Rules and Regulations '

J. M, Carey, who was recently dinner party honoring Mrs. Grover Maximum speed, 25miles per

transferred to the Ocala canal job Poole. hour.

by the U. S. Engineers was a busi-! Those enjoying the occasion were 'j Avoid "blind" corners wherever 10 '611. Admission $1.50r .
ness visitor here Wednesday. Soon Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. possible.Bus .

after reaching Ocala Mr. Carey resigned and Mrs. F. M. Wright and children must stop and gear be. in neu-

his position with the engineers Francis _and Nancy, Mr. and tral before taking on or letting off

to take a Job with the U Sf* $?rs. IM. Pafford and daughter, pupils.

Department of Agriculture, Anne and Mrs I'oole and son, John Not wore than ten per cent over- '


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CHAPTER 'I derin'. An' I ain't the only person in "Oh, nothin' much,"' answered the !line, an' sinker overboard, or go over-

town askin' the question, neither," retorted big, loose-jointed. fellow, shuffling Into board himself
-l- Mrs. Gill with a sniff. "There's the room. "We've been settln' out, "Quicl;: r'n scat she had the fish-
The Welder lived the spit of sand '
on
scores of others. In fact, I figger the drinkin' in' the air." pole, an' while we looked on, Charlie s
Jutting out into Crocker's cove.
thought is the uppermost one In the The carelessness of the reply was a dropped down kinder limp on the seat,
Just ,she should have been sin
why minds of 'most everybody" trifle overdone, and Instantly aroused of the beat an' began tyin' up, his
gled out by this significant sobriquetwas Abbie laughed. thQ keen-eyed: Abbie'S suspicions.She hand In 'a spandy clean pocket handkerchief

a subtle psychological problem. "Mebbe.\ In fact, I reckon 'tis," con glanced into his face. while The Widder gaffed the
There were other women In Belleport f
ceded she. "It's the thought that come "Where been settln'' she de- fish an' hauled it In."
worldof
you With the
and in Wilton, too, who had lost, hus
to everyone quick as Jason was burled. manded. "My soul'!'''exploded Abbie Brewster.
bands. Nevertheless, despite the parlous food science
Folks: 'round about here are fond of "Settin' Oh an' took "My soul an* body!" to
homes in which solitary women Lemmy me : '
reigned, none of their owners was Marcia an' feel she's been cheated out sort of a little jaunt along the shore. "Later on," continued Zenas Henry, guide them, the r

designated by the appellation; allotted of what was her rightful due. They Grand day to be abroad. I never sawa "Charlie overtook us. He'd stowed experts in charge'

to Marcia Howe., want her to begin anew an' have whatshe'd finer. The sea's blue as a cornflower of the precious ,

Moreover, there' seemed in the name oughter have had years ago-a an' the waves are rollln' In, anrollin' ,1IJ,41f.ftllftlhljrhIU! AI It l/i i Ii" ..... ..
Quintuplets select -
good husband an' half a dozen chil "
the hamlet had elected, to, bestow upon in, an'-
dren. I ain't denyin there are cer- Quaker Oats s -
her a ring of satisfaction, -fen of rejoIcing Lemuel Gill stepped Into the breach.
rather than the note of con. tain persons who are more selfseekin'I 'Twas this way," began he. "Zenas for their cereal, !
ain't blind to the fact that.once Jason
dolence commonly echoing in the term. Henry an' me thought we'd take a even before their
_was under the sod, 'bout every widowerIn
Persons rolled It on their tongues as' bit of a meander. We'd been to the first Its
town sorter spruced up an' beganto birthday
If flaunting it :/triumphantly/ on the post office an' was standin' In the doorway -
take'noUce; an' before a week was Vitamin B for N .
I breeze. : when we spied Charlie Eldridge
out every bachelor had bought a new
I "Marcia ought never to have mar- necktie." .goin' by with a fish-pole-" keeping fit does >y; i

died Jason Hone," asserted Abbie' "Abbie!I" er"It's "Charlie Eldridge-the bank cash- children such a r ," y
: Brewster when one day she reminis- ier?" Ilebecca echoed. "But he ain'tno
true. An Why, pray, shouldn'tthe world of good. .
cently gossiped with her friend, Rebecca ,atIarcia'l fisherman. I never in all my life r
men cast sheep's eyes
Gill. "She was head an' shoul- knew of Charlie Eldridge goin' a- World Copyright.J935,
Can jpu blame 'em? She'd be one wifein N.E.A.Servlco,Inc.
ders above him. Whatever coaxed her'Into a hundred could a body win her. fishin'. Not that he ain't got a perfect

It I never could understand. She There ain't a thing she can't do fromshinglin' right ,to! fish if he wants to outside 1 VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT...
I could have had her pick of half a 'bankin hours. ButIt."riut .
a barn down to trimmin' a Ic worth of
dozen husbands." Charlie fishln'!
InterruptedAbbie
I hat. She's the match of any old salt
"She was nothin' but a slip of a at sailln' a boat an' can pull an oar cutting her friend short "Why, T/I'-IJ Quaker Oats

thing when she married Mebbe she strong as the best of 'em. Along with he'd no more dirty his lily-white hands OfHI 1 C equals
had the notion she could reform him," puttin a squirmin' worm on a fish-
that she can sew, cook, an' mend; plow 4, 3 cakes of Fresh Yeast
Rebecca suggested. hook than he'd cut off his head. In
an' It's marvelto w1-JJ .
plant; paper a room. a \ i
"Mebbe," agreed Abbie. "Still, youngas me how she's kept out of matrimony fact,' I don't believe he'd, know how. _.%G;}
she was, she might 'a' known she long's this with so many men You didn't, likely, see where he went. -

couldn't. Ten years ago he was the millerin' 'round her." "Wal-er-yes. We did."

same, unsteady, drinkin' Idler he "She certainly's takin' her time. She Zenas Henry wheeled about."Mario' Quaker and Mother's Oats are the same

proved himself to be up to the last don't 'pear to be In no hurry to get a completed the business that

minute of his life. He hadn't changeda husband," smiled Rebecca. took us to the store-" he began. i

hair. Such men seldom do, unless "Why should she be?, Her parents "Ilavin' in short, asked for the mail And Can AffordAt

they.set out to; an' Jason Howe never left her with money In the bank an'the an' found there warn't none," laughed a ,cafeteria one usually selects

set out to do, or be, anything. He was I Homestead to boot an' Marcia was Abbie, mischievously.Zenas one more dish than he has the appetite -

too selfish an' to lazy. Well, he's gone, : smart enough not to let Jason make: Henry ignored the comment. for. !
an' Marcia's well rid of him. For "
ducks and drakes: of her property. "We walked along in Chil'lIe'wale
-- 'most three years now, she's been her "All men mightn't fancy havin' n : ," he continued. "Zenas Henry, Do Stop Beating
own mistress an' the feelin' that she 'Round the Bush an' Say What
wife hold the tiller, though. "Followed him?"
Is must be highly enjoyable." You Have to Say." 1
I "Any man Marcia Howe married _"1Val-somethin' of the sort. You _
-- "S'pose she'll always go on livin'" I would have to put up with It," Abbie might, 1 s'pose: call It follerin'," Zenaz away his fish-pole somewheres. Least-
there on that deserted strip of sand? I asserted, biting off a needleful of
Henry admitted shamefacedly. "Any way he didn't have It with him. When
, speculated Rebecca. "Why- It's 'mostan thread with a snap of her fine white how, we trudged along behind him at Lemmy an' me asked him where his 4
Island. In fact, It Is'an Island at teeth. "Marcia's\ always been captainof we '
what considered a suitable dis fish was, he looked blacker'n thunder Manufactured by baking
high: tide." the ship an' she always will be." "
tance. an' snapped ,out: 'Hang the fish !I'
"So 'tis. An' Zenas Henry It's powder Specialists who ..,,..
says Gathering up her mending, Rebecca "Where'd he go? Rebecca urged, her "Seeln' he warn't in no mood for
make but baking
'getting to be more an' more so every rose. face alight with curiosity. neighborly conversation, we left him nothing '.r-

minute," Abbie replied- "The tide "Well, I can't stay here settlin' Marcia's "Wal, Charlie swung along, kinder an' come along home: powder-under mot

runs through that channel swift as a i fortune," she laughed. "I've got whistlln to himself, 'til he come to (TO BE CONTINUED) supervision of expert
race horse an' each day It cuts a wider to be goin' home. Lemmy'll be wantin' the fork of the road. Then he made chemists.
'twixt Marcia an' the shore. Be- "
path his supper. for the shore." Migrating Names Found
fore long, she's goln' to be as completely A scuffling on the steps, the kitchen "So he was really goin' fishin'," ALWAYS -
cut off from the mainland at Scattered Over CountryThe
door swung open and Zenas Henry's mused Abbie, a suggestion of disappointment -
low water as at high." lanky: form appeared on the threshold. in her voice. map often proves an Index to

"It must be a terrible lonely place."" Behind him tagged his crony, Lemuel "He certainly was. Oh, Charlie wasgoln' local loyalty, showing how people have

"I wouldn't want to live there," Gill. fishln' right 'nough. He was emigrated and the name of their home

shrugged the sociable Abbie. "But "Well, well, 'Becca, If here aln'f aimed for- deep water. ," grinned Zenas town has emigrated with them. Brit

there's folks that don't seem to mind Lemmy come to fetch you !I" Abbie Henry. ain's metropolis is duplicated many

solitude, an' Marcia 'Howe's one. 'of cried. 'Fraid your 'wife had'desertedyou "He wouldn't ketch no fish In Wilton times, observes a writer In Tit-Bits

'em. Mebbe, after the life'she led with Lemmy? She ain't. She was just harbor," sniffed Rebecca contemptu Magazine There are Londons In Kentucky Same price today

Jason, she kinder relishes bein' alone. this minute settln out for home." ously. "Wouldn't you think he'd' a' : Ohio, Ontario, and many other as 45 years ago

Furthermore, dynamite couldn't blast "I vsarn't worryin' none," grinned : known that?" parts of, the world. The Ontario London -
her out of tnat old Daniels homestead.Her Lemuel. "He warn't," observed Zenas Henry actually stands on a Canadian 25 ounces for 2gc

father an' her grandfather were "What you two been doin'' Abbie mildly, "figgerin to. In fact, 'twarn'tto Thames In a Canadian Middlesex. FULL PACK
boin there an' the house Is the There are ten Colnes the world's
; ap- inquired of her husband. Wilton harbor he was -go in'. Bank on
ple of her eye It is a fine old cashier or note Charlie warn't tint map, 14 Burtons and 37 plus another NO SLACK FILLING

place If .only It stood somewheres much of a numskull. He was primedto name, 23 Prestons and 38 more with

else. Of course when it was built fish in more propitious waters." titular additions. The name of Wash ,

the ocean hadn't et away the beach, First "Zenas Henry, do stop beatin' round ington Is found over 200 times. Thereare

an who'd 'a1 foreseen!: the tides of all., a. the bush an' say what you have to say. besides, 14 Richmonds. The original -

would wash 'round it 'til they'd whit- love If you're goin' to tell us where Charlie Is the Yorkshire borough, where
tled it down to little more'n a sand pleasing story Eldridge went, out with It. If not the "Lass" of the famous song dwelt

bar, an' as good as detached. It 'from but with an element of stop talkln' about it," burst out his! The Thames-side suburb was originally ConstipationRelieved
the coast altogether?" wife sharply. Sheen, and was renamed Richmond by

"Well, say what you will againstthe mystery that will keep "Ain't I tellin' you fast as I can? Henry VII who had been Earl of Quickly, Easily 'i;y
sea an' the sand, they did a good Richmond.The .
Why get so het, up? If you must know Mrs. B. G. Brown, Atlanta, Ga.,
turn for Marcia all them years of her you guessing until you an' can't wait anotheri minute, Charlie names of York, Cumberland. writes: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All-
married life. At least they helped her went fishin' In Crocker's Cove." and Cambridge have been carried al' Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizzi-

ep'tracJ of Jason. Once she got him read the last chapter- "Crocker's Cove?" gasped Abbie. over the world, usually, as with Al- ness caused, biliousness by constipation.and sick I have headaches
never
on the Point with the tide r nnin' "Crocker's Cove?" echoed Rebecca. bany, originally the name of the Scot- found anything better. When I feel

strong 'twixt him and the, village, she'd "Crocker's Cove," nodded Zenas tish Highlands, by peers who bore weak, rundown and sluggish I take
padlock the skiff an' there he'd be! That Ilenry. them as titles of nobility. New Yorkis 1/3 dose after meals, or a small doseat

She had him safe an' sound," Abbie not the capital of the state of that bedtime." It thoroughly cleanses
he-
the
"Mercy on us! Why- Why, bowels. Dr. Hitchcock's Laxa-
chuckled. fairly describes our he must 'a' been goin' "-began Abbie. .name, but Albany, and both are named tive Powder is mild-but effective-
"Yes," acquiesced Rebecca. "But the "_ to see The Widder," Rebecca Interrupted after the Duke: of York and Albany, It acts gently, yet thoroughly and
scheme worked both ways Let Jason the who ,later became James II. He also removes that clogged condition of
serial sentence.
new storyS"lfTING completing the bowels. At all drug stores 25c
walk over to town across the flats an' "I'd no notion he was tendin' ,up to named London's St. James', Duke

then let the tide rise an' there be be. her," Abbie said. street, and York street, Covent Garden, DR. HITCHCOCK'S

tool 1 Without a boat there was no "Wal, he uarn't. 'xactly tendin' up

earthly way of his gettin' home. He t to her-Icastway, not today. Not what Color Psychology Laxative Powder

had the best of excuses for lolterln you could really call tendin' up," con- Psychology is a wonderful thing.It .

an' carousin' ashore." I tradicted Zenas Henry, a twinkle In hiseje. has much to do with our successor

"Well, he don't loiter and carousvhere "Rather, I'd say 'twas t'other- failure. It has always been withus

no longer. Marcia knows where way round. Wouldn't you, Lemmy?" but by another name. Now comesa

he Is now,'.! declared Abbie with spirit."I Wouldn't you say that Instead 'twas professor who tells us that the colorof

reckon she's slept more durin'[ thes-1 she who tended up to him?" the necktie has much to do with \)

last three years than ever she slept In r.r.SANDS Sagaciously,. Lemuel bowed. one's sparking success. Doubtless

the ten that went before 'em. She certainly "You see," drawled on Zenas Henry, many a fellow has wondered why he

looks It All her worries seem I "no sooner had Charlie got Into the got heart failure just as he was aboutto \

to have fallen away from her,' leavin' boat an' pulled out Into the channel "pop the question." But It was due NO MORE WORMS 'r--

her lookln' like a girl"of twenty. She's Sara Ware Bassett than he had the usual beginner's luck to the wrong necktie. This sparkolo- DEAD SHOT" -.

pretty as a picture. an' hooked a stragglin' bluefish. You'd gist says that an orange-yellow tie Is
"She must be thirty-five If she's H to put .Into timid Dr. Peery's Vermifuge kills and
oughter seen that critter pull l! He necessary courage the
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Rebecca reflected. soul at that moment when a fellow expels Worms and Tapeworm in
day, ;;: 'most had Charlie out of the boat."I .
"She ain't. She's scarce over thlrt). shouted to him to hang on an' so needs every ounce of courage he can a few hours. Good for grown-ups,

But thirty or even more, she don't Read this first installment did Lemmy. In our excitement, we muster. He suggests that the girl wear: too. One dose does the trick.

look her age." must 'a' bellered louder'n we meant to, the same colors, to help him along. Dr.Peeryts'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge50c
"S'pose she'll marry again?" ventured and follow the 'cause In no time The Widder popped OrangeJ'eHow111 Inspire confidence.

Rebecca, leaning forward and outer the house. She took one look Green seems to be the usual color for w01W [ [? ,

dropping her voice. story through to its at Charlie strugglin In the boat, raced bashful suitors, and that's the reason

"':"Marry There you go, 'Becca, ro- satisfactory conclusion. down to the landin' an' put out to him they are bashful. But It doesn't seem

mancin as usual." just about at the minute he was wav- that color would have much to do wits a bottle nt drugjrists or
"1,ain't roinancin. I was just won- erin' as to whether he'd chuck pole, it, since love Is blind.-Ohio farmer. {{'right's fill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City



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PAGE EIGHT TUB CLEWISTONI !NEWS :. FRIDAY, SEPTEMEiER( 27, 1035


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And what do you think? I took him to Tampa. They agreed I Miss Mary Markette 'spent last sion Study' of "Why and How W. M.

School News- His mother and dad came back that on questions by them Gtvens week-end in Bartow as- the guest oCher U."

f With this wise crack. had neither denied or admitted the aunt, Mrs. J. M. Kendrick. E. P. Booth is opening up the "4Way"

(Continued from page 5) alleged crime. They all testified that Clayton Waters of Moore Haven filling station in South La--; "--'.

road can be had. You shall never have a bicycle or a when asked if he committed the at- visited with friends in LaBelle. Sun- Belle this week.r

tack, Givens replied: I day.
Let no other work impair your efficiency gun. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Aiken mo-
as a bus driver. Because of what you have done. "I 'don't know. If I did it I was Miss Katherine Curry, Miss Beuna tored to Fort Myers Monday after

is'fl.. Now you've been cured of badness, drunk and didn't know what I was Carson, Miss Lillian Burke, Dick noon.
Running behind schedule )
You will. not have any mor'e sadness. doing." Hooks, Paul Waters and Clem Jones
for speeding. The Junior Bible Class of the
excuse I By Dicky Owen, Dr.. 0.. F. Schiffli, physician who enjoyed a weiner roast at Jack's
Instructions for ImpilsPupils Methodist church will hold a candy,
Seventh Grade. after the Branch last Thursday .
examined the girl two days : night.Ed.
He is i.i,
must obey driver. sale in the Postoffice Arcade Satur-
alleged attack testified that his examination O'Bannou and, daughters,
the bus. '
full charge of day night. v
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Monitors on the buses should be Found Guilty- was made too late to es Ruby and, Thelma, made a trip to Rev. W. H Edwards, pastor of
r Negro tablish proof of criminal assault. I Fort Myers Saturday.
l respected and obored.t the Second Baptist Church in Fort \
Four men staying in the ho-
The driver has a right to assign I young Mrs. M. W. Blanton visited with Myers; was the dinner guest of Mr.
tel, not more than 30 feet away from
t. seats to pupils. (Continued from page 1) I the annex, testified that they heard her husband, M. W. Blanton, and and Mrs. P.. N. Miller last Sunday.
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; Pupils must not smoke while on surprised at the turn, of events and son, James K., In Lakeland last Rev. Edwards preached at the La-
the attack
the
night
no screams on
the bus. spent considerable time in an at-I weekend.Mrs. Belle Baptist Church in the absenceof
alleged to have occurred.
: Pupils must be on time to meet tempt to impeach the testimony of was James Newcombe and Miss the pastor Rev. M. D. Jackson.

the bus:-The bus can not wait for the negro's wife. She stuck to her Inez Magill motored to Fort Myers Miss Mildred. Hill, Harry Aikcu

!i' tardy pupils. story. School Officials Speak- Saturday and Woodrow: Parsons motored to

.. Do not, stand in the roadway The prosecuting witness placed on Mr. and Mrs. Clera Davis have Brooksville Friday night where they "-

while waiting for the bus. the stand early in the morning told returned from a short visit in Geor- visited over the week-end with Mr.Aiken's .

i Do not converse with driyer''un- the following story: i (Continued from page 1) gia with re atives. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
affairs at time. I
[t: less necessary. Ic any Mr. and Mrs. :Dennis Small, Mrs. I George Aiken. They returned Mon-
"When this attack took place I Prof. Beacom was followed by
Good conduct on the bus contributes Charles Yeomans, Mrs. Thelma day morning accompanied by Miss i
was working at the Clewiston hotel Mr. VonMach who mad 'a short
_: to its safe operation. Warren and E. E. Gooclno made a', Dorothy Hill, who has been visitingMr.
i'', and living in the annex. Both white talk in which he pointed out the
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Do not attempt to get on or off trip to Fort Myers Sunday after and Mrs. Aiken.
and negro help used the same bath value of the Kiwanis Club to the
it is in motion. ,
while
the bus noon. Mrs. C. A. Roberts and Mrs.Blitz -
room in the annex. Givens was porter and to the
community especially
f:., When leaving the bus obey the 1\1;'. and Mrs. Frank O'Bannon, Wegman were among the LaBelle
at the hotel. On May 2, I had schools. He thanked the Club for
t is orders of the driver. Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Bannon and shoppers in Fort Myers Saturday.-
i. Bus monitors are to help the driver gone to my room after work. Between their support of the schools and ex- children, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman I I I Harold Moore, Leroy Pinckardand
: 10 and 11 o'clock Givens tend?d each member of theclub an
r:. maintain good order and assist .Warriener motored to Naples where Woodrow Clark of division
stepped into my room and grabbedme Invitation visit the sclool'
''" him as they may be directed by the I ,to any they attended the revival at the visited in LaBelle Monday night.
by the arm. I didn't know whatto time.
p" driver. Only the driver is responsible Church of God. Miss Edna Moon and Miss Mildred
,.,. do. He cursed me and said 'have
for the safety of the children I Miss Vergie O'Bannon, Mrs. Roberts attended the show at the
been waiting for a long time for
;' Pupils must keep head and arms i Commission Deeds- Thelma Warren and W.' P. Arledge Dixie Crystal -Theatre in Clewiston
1 this chance. He put his hand over
> out of the windows. made a business trip to :Fort Myers Tuesday night.'j

,,' Pupils hard ,to control will be my mouth and started dragging me Saturday. Mrs. A. L. Taylor and daughter, ._
and Continued from 1)
down the hall. I struggled ( page
;: .- seated near the driver. I Robert E. Foster of Gainesville, Lorraine, and Mrs. H. L. Delaney
Okeechobee to the the cut-off
t screamed once. He dragged me out ocean
.,< Let us stress ,the 'great responsibility and state apiary inspector,' visited J. H. made a trip to Fort Myers Saturday.
canal between the Hillsborough
of the annex cursing me all the I
4\ every driver of,a school bus: canal in Booth for several'days last week. Presiding Elder and Mrs. G. W.
time. He dragged me a long ways the Palm Beach and stub
must assume in the safe transpor- The Missionary Society of the Rosenberry of Bradenton attended
t.: back of the annex. I screamed again. West Palm Beach, 42 1-2 miles,
;, tation of pupils. The element of Baptist church met Tuesday afternoon :- the meeting at the Methodist church.
I was weak from struggling. He 12,982, 59 men.
': safety should always be your guide. at the church to finish the Mis Monday night.
.l Chairman Jeffries also announced
in all twisted my hand and knocked me to
Your continued cooperation
:, the ground and then took advantageof that the machine shop previouslyset
..., things that will contribute to the ,
of me. He threatened to kill me if I up a district headquarters in (
; greater efficiency and safety -
West Palm Beach is being returned S
told and then
anyone pushed me
will be sincerely
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back to the annex and into my room.I to the state, part of it to go to Belle .

r" appreciated. was helpless from shock and. col Glade prison farm and part to the I
(Signed) W. L. Beacom,
I state at Chattahoochee. HAYFEVER
Principal Clewiston School, lapsed on my bed. hospital

Clew ston- Florida. It later developed that the prose-

cuting witness had waited until the LaBELLE NEWSMr.
Approved* by: \
next night to tell anyone of the at- -
M. E. VonMach,
School Board Member, tack. Then she told Miss Elsie Staf- I .. ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS are ;
ford waitress the hotel and Mrs. Charles Dunn of
Another ,
Vic'' Clewiston, Florida. relief 1.00
---..;..- that she had been attacked and displayed Alva visited with Mr. and Mrs. R. 1 unnecessary. Complete only $

THE REWARDA bruises and scratches. It was N. Miller at their home in LaBelle Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over

not until Saturday, f llowing'the alleged Sunday afternoon.Gus .

bad ,little boy once said, -attack, that the prosecuting Hendry of Fort Myers visitedin 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER IN-

'" I wish that every one were-dead, witness told Miss Stafford that Giv- LaBelle Tuesday. : HALERS sold last year alone. Mail $1.00

r':, His wish then became true. ins was the man who attacked her. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yates of Tasmania -

: Then he rled boo! hoo! hoot! Miss Stafford reported the Incidentat visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill today for full season's relief to THE

once and.Givens was .arrested by Andrews and family Tuesday. DANDEE CO. 14 ,North Sixth St.
r I have no mother or dad. i Constable Ed Butler of Clewiston Elmer Anderson motored to Se- ,

[1 Now why have I been bad? I that day bring Tuesday where he will woik.: MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write

Then he said in the cherish mood, Constable Butler and two men Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller visited
for Free Booklet.
I think i'll be very good. used by him to guard the prisoner with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wells at I

:: while he was held in Clewistou, removed their home in Miami last week. 1\1rs.1 ,

f.: Now I think I'll take a wink. him to Belle Glade ani later Miller and Mrs. Wells are sisters. !

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