The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00547
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00547
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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NO DAMAGE DONE I EIGHT PEOPLE Ike Givens Begins Four Die -of Injuries In

I Serving Life SentenceIke

''f" ; TO FLORIDA BY i INJURED WHEN Givens,negro convicted of a Goodno Crossing Wreck

C 2 CARS COLLIDE criminal attack on a Clewiston hotel I .
waitress, is now in the state prisonat I
I Raiford, where he has started Three Cars InvolvedIn The most horrible automobile
.y f wreck ever to occur in this of
serving "the balance of his naturallife part
The crash of an automobile and
The hurricane which threatened J
'J ," according to Sheriff H. L. De- the state took place Saturday nightat
truck, opposite the Goodno place, Accident TuesdayTwo
the east coast of Florida Saturday
The'sheriff Goodno, on State Road No. 25,
laney. accompanied by
and"Sunday morning veered near LaBelle Wednesday night resulted -
:f. night
when two cars, containing eight
Deputy McCall, took Givens to the peo-
In the of
theI injury eight persons,
| off to the eastward, missing
ple each, struck a cattle car in the
state farm last Friday.At automobiles and state road
miles. : all colored. Two of the negroes were
I Florida coast by only forty
A. C. L. mixed train, stopped at tho
the end of a three day trial department truck figured In
reported as being in serious condition an unusual -
"j The U. S. Engineers of the Clew- Goodno lo
held in LaBelle last week, the accident on the Fort crossing discharge pass-
: iston sub-office were in readiness J at the time of going to press. Myers
i' in the event that the storm should The truck was headed toward La- jury found the negro guilty and recommended highway Tuesday morning, injuringMr. engers. Two people were killed out-

'j' and the in the levee at Belle and was loaded with- crosstie mercy and Circuit Judge and Mrs. Charles Dunn, of ..Alva. right and another died on the way to
1 come of cutters who had completed their. Geo. Wi. Whitehurst sentenced him Their car left the highway when the hospital in Fort Myers. The
Moore Haven at the
I I I to a life term in Raiford for a crime Edward Stapler fourth victim was, claimed Tuesday
Three-Mile Canal was rapidly filled day's' work and were on their way driving the truck,,
belonging to to their homes In LaBelle, while the. committed at Clewiston last May. and Dick Dees, of LaBelle, 5n: a morning with the death of Editk
in by four drag-lines Dees, 15, LaB lle, in Lee Memorial
1 the government and the E. H. La- car was occupied by Joe and Dor- That ended a case as far as Hendry touring car decided to pass Mr
cencerned which Dunn the Hospital. She was first taken to the
county was cost at same time.
tham company. A barge was held in othy Young and two other negro wo-
Clewiston hospita! but later
: readiness in the event that it was men, all of Goodno. The truck be- the county and state quite a sum of The truck was trailing the procession removed

seen that the gap could not be filledin longed to G. M. Watson of North money and, much notriety, but in and started around both cars to Fcrt Myers for X-ray picturesto
spite of all of the determine. to what; extent she
rumors about when
LaBelle. Dees
time; the intention being to sink abruptly cut out in front
was injured. She suffered two broken -
what might be done to the the
the barge in the gap and fill in overIt The negroes were all badly bruised negro The truck rammed into the rear of
arms and six broken ribs. Burial
with the stock piled there for such and suffered from cuts and broken trial was conducted and the prisoner the touring car, bunting it ahead,, will
be in the Ortona with
purpose. Captain Richardson Selee!1 bones and other injuries which handled in a very orderly manner. and swerved to collide with the sedan services at' the grave.

was taking no chances and as soon I i were treated by Dr. Weaver as best I and throw it from the road.One' .
as reports of the storm came he or 'he could on the road side, after Sheriff Delaney is receiving many front wheel of the truck was Several others are still in a criti-

dered the filling in of the gap to which they were taken to their respective words of praise for his wisdom in smashed but damage to the sedan cal condition and only three escaped
, I -proceed. I residences. asking the National Guard to be were described as slight by officers without serious injury.

went I From the best that could be learned called out to protect the negro from who investigated and decided the The dead are: Allie Mae Thigpen,

C'a All hurricane warnings i I the truck was headed west on what might have been mob violence. accident was unavoidable.Dees 15, LaBelle; Dagmar Willis: 15, La-
I down on the southeast Florida coast
its to LaBelle while the car Belle Edith Dees 15 LaBelle Rob-
\ at 11 o'clock Sunday night. The way a brother to Miss Edith ; ;
its to Goodno, and right Carl Hanton ert Kirkland, 30, Clewiston.
weather bureau said the only warnings was on way Appointed Dees 15-year: old LaBelle girl who.

I displayed were northeast storm I i at the place where the wreck took died from injuries, in the Saturday The injured: Mr. and Mrs. Roy

warnings from Palm Beach north- place were some cattle on the road To OF.. C. Board night smash of a ford coupe into a Poff and two-year old daughter, Re-

ward to Charleston, S. C. i and the car tried to miss the cattle freight train halted across' the high- ginla, of Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs.

while: the truck made the same ef- I way, was on his way to Fort Myersto Ralph Hampton, of Belle Glade and
Gusty gales were expected along fort and the cars collided, with the Carl Hanton, of Fort Myers, was
north- purchase cement for the erection Ethel Willis, of LaBelle, J. C. Hin-
the coast as the storm moved truck turning over in the ditch. Up I this week appointed to membershipon of a marker on 'the grave' of. his son, driver of the LaBelle car is in
northeastward winds of -
but no consequence
the Okeechobee Flood Control
I to the time of going to press none sister,, when the accident. occurred. a critical condition at the Clewitson
were foreseen. i lof the occupants of the car or truck Board by Governor Dave Sholtz. Mr. Hospital from burns, and Leroy Pin-

"-, In the 'Miami section residents .vere dead but two of them are reported Hanton replaces William Griffis of LaBelle Dies chart and Woodrow McGowan, of

';: sighed with profound relief and in critical conditions. Okeechobee, who resigned his po- Boy Clewiston. The three small childrenof
in the knowledge sition the board' to the
went to sleep secure on prior
I Mr. and Mrs. Hampton were
that the Caribbean's latest of the session of the In Arcadia HospitalHendry ;
i opening recent
Paul Settle Victim Of asleep on the back seat of their car.
\ hurricane had missed her. legislature, in which he served as
and received only minor bruises.
, t Barometer readings at 1130: a. m. Okeechobee. county's representative.Mr. .
Accident In ClermontWord I ( County News) The accident occurred, accordingto
i Sunday morning were 29.44, up I Hanton, who is editor of the I Doub local school coroner's inquest
Ii Charles, : boy, witnesses ,at the -
hundredths from the reading Fort Myers News-Press, has been a
eight' :
: last
, died at the Arcadia ,Hospital at about 6:50 Saturday even-
: at 10 p. m. Saturday: night and four reached Clewiston yester- keen obserTer'of the affairs of the Friday afternoon. The fatal illness ing. The train, which makes the

r from that at midnight, and lessening day of the accidental death of Paul district for several years. He Is was pneumonia. He was tajken to trip from Palmdale to Immokaleeonce

r winds veering into the northwest Settle, 36, of Clermont. Mr. Settle thoroughly conversant with the ''territory the ,hospital on Thursday,, The fatal each day, was headed from
I ':_ > confirmed the storm's passing. included in the flood control "
', was drowned when his car crashed illness developed after Charlie had Immokalee. Several passengers were
I The top winds at Miami came at through the guard rail of a bridge district and his appointment to the feet
I stuck a. _nail in one of, his two to be ,discharged at Goodno and the
9 m. and were recorded at 39 of board is meeting with general 'com- '
p. and plunged into eighteen feet
I weeks before. train stopped there at 6:45. The last
j ;:: miles per hour. "water Wednesday afternoon a few mendation.The .
Charles was born at Hormiquero'; passenger was just leaving the, plat-
;' In cuba the wind reached a 150-I miles south of his home. next meeting of the board Honduras in Central America, in form when the car driven by Hampton -

mile gale and left a path of injured I Mr. Settle was a brother of Carr will be held in Tallahassee next 1919. He came with his family te a Model A Ford tudor, crashed

and dead behind it. The fatuities Settle, who ,is associated with the week. Captain F. Deane Duff, of LaBelle about' ten years ago. He is_ into the train at the crossing. Con

__ as. last reported were upward of 35. I News, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clewiston, is vice-chairman of the survived\ by his parents, Mr.. and ductor W. J. Morrison stated that

: 1.At Fowey Rock lighthouse a 75-I C. H. Settle, of Moore Haven, and board. Mrs. W. H. Doub, his sisters, Car- he had already given the engineerthe

f /mne wind was reported at 7:30 p.I vas well and favorably known milla, Rosa, Laura and Julia, his signal to proceed but quickly .retraced -

m. and the barometer had dropped throughout the Lake region where EVERGLADES YACHTING STORYTO brothers, William, Landon and it and rushed with the rest

to 29.30 inches. Tavernier, small he lived for several years beforeTioving APPEAR IN MAGAZINEThe Johnny. Charles attended the La- of the train crew and passengers to

i > keys settlement which was almost' to Clermont. He lived with Belle High school, and was in the held the occupans of the car. As they

t : obliberated by the Labor Day hur-1 I :lis parents in Moore Haven when October issue of Motor ninth grade. He :was very popular were 'working to get the occupants

ricane, was said to have weathered : '.he family first resided there and Boating will carry a long and detailed among the students. from this car and to work the car

a strong blow Saturday afternoon: >vas later associated with the Seeing illustrated article on yachting In Funeral services were held at the away from the train they heard the

with little damage. I Farms development near the the Everglades, which has been home in North LaBelle and inter- roar of a motor and the blare of a

'' ordered :resent town of South Bay.. written by Capt. Chas. Coe of Washington ment at the Ortona cemetery. Father horn coming from the opposite direction -
Hurricane warnings were
down at Key West at 8 p. m. after After moving to Clermont he was I D. C., who made the trip Finnegan, the Catholic priest from and a moment later the second -

P flying there for 12 hours. amployed in the Bank of Clermont across Lake Okeechobee from coastto Clewiston, officiated at the services. car crashed into the train withno

I intil a year ago when -he resigned coast' more than a year ago and The active pallbearers who were apparent effort made by the driver -

I L. B. Mershon of Arcadia was a his position with the' bank to enter described it as one of the most inter- all school boy chums.o'f. Charlie, to slow down.

business visitor here yesterday. the insurance business. esting trips of his career. The articleis were: Carson .Miller, Kenneth Han- The second car immediately burst

entitled "Everglades-Okeechobee sen, Snider Ridgdill, Milford Mc- into flames and by the time help

Cruise DeLuxe." Clellan, Harmon Atkins and Clyde could get to the other side of the

Capt. Coe has, amassed a great I Watson. Honorary pallbearers were: train the car and most of its occu-

11m. Clewiston School News I deal of information, regarding the James Hampton, Russell Underhill, pants were afire. Three of. the five

new federal work now being doneon James Cook David Parsons, George young people in the front seat were

I --.- I the lake and this new data will Pettee and A. L, Larry. dragged out and rolled down the
I elec- To mother or me.
'On Tuesday of this week an my
be included in the article. Capt.Coe slope into a ditch full of water and
of the Clew WPA APPROVES LOAN OF $50,910;
tion for editor-in-chief I
has written several times to the PLANTW. I the flames quenched. By the time
iston School column in this paper I He took his scaly shield and sword News for information regarding FOR_ :IMPROVING WATER help went back for the others, however -

was held. The following were elect- With him into his ship this work which has been given as of the flames were too hot to res-
ed on the staff: Florine Moore, edl-I P. A. approval for a loan
tor-in-chief Louise Bussey, assjoci- For he was hard to drift away. fully and accurately as possible for I $50,910 for improvements and additions I cue the two others, who were burn-
i 1 ; i there is little doubt that his experiences ed beyond recognition. Three othersin
I ie editor Bobby Patterson, sports Yes, he ,was dead "Blue Dip. to the Clewiston water system
; rumble seat of the Ford con-
set forth in one of the I
announced in dispatches
press -
''{ editor. I was
vertible were not so seriously -
most popular yachting magazineswill from Washington this week. coupe
The piano class under the instruc-i For he was once a good viking cause a number of pleasure I burned Lnt were all badly injured. -
be Included In
The loan will a group I
tion of Mrs. Lawler is growing Never a one so bold boats to make this interesting trip .
of over million dollars to be I II
-. idly. They hope to be able rap-I He plundered many a treasure ship during the coming winter. distributed over Florida for various As quickly as possible the injured

help in programs and Tust to get the silver and gold. -I WiPA projects which have recently 1 i,I were loaded into cars and taken to

ments in and for the school 1 I I BIDS TO" RE OPENED FOR I received the president's approval. .,! hospitals in Moore Haven, LaBelle,

-. The _5th grade spelling honor roll j l; But one of the captains was greater BUILDING OPERATORS' HOUSESThe Included in the Clewiston improvements -I Clewiston and Fort Myers. The Willis -

for this week is as follows: James I i,i And overthrew him easily. will be a new Intake into I girl, said 'to have. a broken back

Howard, Elbert Hooker, Janie 1 I 3o now he sails away I following legal advertisement the Lake, new equipment, mains, i and numerous broken bones was

Brantley, Beatrice Pratt, David To the land of Nod, quite pleasingly. appeared in the Florida TimesUnion fire plugs, etc.. Complete details of I I taken to Fort Myers but never livedto

Smith, Roy Stewart, Dorothy Ad- Sports I of a recent date: the improvements will be announced i arrive at the hospital.

ams. I "Coach" Ed. Clark- reports thaton I U. S. Engineers Office, Jackson- later.A Hundreds of people from nearby

Fifth Grade News Monday twenty-two prospective ville, Fla. Sealed bids, in duplicate, similar l loan was approved for towns hurried to the scene of the

The fifth grade was sorry to see football players reported for prac- will be received here until 2:00 0'-. Moore Haven and Pahokee. accident unprepared to look upon a

.' John Poole leave. He has moved to tice. The practice consisted of pass I I clock p. m. October 8, 1935, and scene so ghastly as that of ,the two

Ocala. John was one of our best ing, running, blocking and punt- then publicly opened for furnishingall CONSERVANCY DISTRICT burned bodies, left ,as they died un-
pupils and we shall miss him very ins. Football practice is called for labor and materials and performing I HEADQUARTERS til.a coroner's jury had time to

much. every: afternoon from 3:30 to 5:00.;I I I all work for constructing two LEASES ,- 1 make an examination. The body of

Elizabeth WInn has been appointed Marshall: Yenawine will kindly as-::reinforced concrete operators' houses The South Florida Conservancy the Thigpen girl lay with her head

for the fifth grade librarian and ist Ed Clark in promoting athleticsin I I at each of the following hurricane District has leased quarters In South and shoulders on the road and one

Gloria McDuffie, fifth grade news the school. Mr. Yenawine is well I, gate structures: Nos. 2, 3, 4, Bay in the rear end of the V. C. foot still inside the car. The body

editor. recognized for his athletic abilities. and 5, Caloosahatchee River and Denton store as office space for re- of Kirkland was sitting upright in

-r. Nettle Pearle Norton is a new pupil Fourth Grade News Lake Okeechobee Drainage Areas constructional work to be done In the car, wedged In. It was neces

l In our room. She was here last i Billy Perry spent last weekendin Project, Fla. Further informationon this district under the $120,000 I sary to pull the car apart to extrj!

year and we are ,glad to welcome Sebring. application. grant for the removal of hy cinths'j cote the body. The girl's head was
her back. i The fourth grade regrets to lose from the main canals and the clean- crushed indicating that she probably

The following is ,a poem by Dicky Josephine Digges from its number. Mrs J. E. Butler, Mrs. A. A. Mun- Ing, of all drainage ditches and such died from her injurIes before

Owen, seventh grade: She has moved- to Ocala with her roe, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs., H. O. repair work as Is necessary. James being burned but there was no 'markon

A viking left his home and sailed. ,, family. Peters, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack and B. Jeffries, chairman of the drainage :. the body of Kirkland and there

Out to the shiny sea., i The fourth grade has their own Mrs. M. J. Hirsch formed a con-, commission, has called a meetIng was evidence that he had struggled

And never again would' he comeback I. libraryin_ the room and pupils are genial party spending the day In of all executive chairmen to be' to free himself from the car and

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News Review of Current system, has been The shortage of'marriageable men
re-appointed by the and
President, so
BRISBANETHIS Inngyen China, has become BO
will be'chalrman of'the board that will
acute that young women must
Events the World Over put into operation the new banking pa3
$5 to the city for permits to seelr
reform law. Later the President will
WEEK mates The levy is called the "young

.. .. ,. name six other members of the board. woman's tax If a woman marrlef
Mr. Eccles is the exponent of the the-
without such a permit she Is liable

Washington Said It Crisis Nears Jn Italo-Ethiopian' Embroglio) =Mussolini from ories a that"naLonal monetary. viewpoint control must that the be to fine and imprisonment -

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Scaring Mussolini .-. ? S ,Defiant Great '"Britain Ready-Committee'of<< government should spend heavily In

Ethiopian War Fever bad times to create employment and

Nest Lawyers Hits Labor, Relations Act. -, ::,," "'' < .- expand credit, and that It should tax
Not Even a Egg '
": : .. in good years to reduce debt and pre-

One hunJred'Bnd thirty-nine_ years ?,<( 4. } .. ', vent excessive'accumulation income; 0

ago George Washington made his,farewell PICKARD' : '
By EDWARD, W. ; ,, '
WL r, address It ismid"VictorIan" (0 Western Newspaper Union i SIX hundred! mem'bers.Jt 'the German I 0 0 -
\ .. to '
all fervent Nazis, met In
I drag in George MATTERS In Geneva were rapidly all members of the 'full committee and special session in Nuremberg and at

ar y: ..k Washington' now, a crisis-a crisis for dissenting' opinions were Invited, but the demand of Reichsfuehrer BlUer.

when so many. are Italy and Ethiopia, for European peace none 'were" offered.: passed two laws 'bearIng -' ""'' ,

fi't' prepared to write I and for the League of Nations Itself. RaouI E. Desvernine of' New York, down hard on the

t 'J 'a 'better Consttu! .,.,.., The Italian cabinet In chaiiman: of the general committee, Jews In the:relch.. The ;?.::,1F:".. :':{/'WA{I

i'' u lion than the one ,which Mussolini holds denied'' that, It was '''pacJied'with Republicans 'first of these new tK.;.,( :{
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t >. he signed. Nevertheless : .: eight poitfollos, an ," but he did not explain whyno utes prescribes prison r< A I ling

! some of the nounced in Rome that labor lawyers and no attorneys with sentences ,as penalties [ ; : mn

old-fashioned may : >;;' Italy would accept no New Deal, leanings were appointed to for marriages i between INSTANT'LIGHTING '

I1 : tolerate a reminder ; compromise and would serve. Jews and citizens, of l Jt I':ij'German Iron the easy way in one-third less time

that In his farewell ,4- 'not' retreat' from the Frank E. Monlson, American Fed- or kindred }:I with the Coleman. Iron in comfort any
:' J place. It's entirely self-heating. No cords
address GeorgeWashington : course It has laid out eration of Labor secretary, 'said : blood, and declares 7t 'Wt@iI orwires. No weary endless trips betweena

said : In East Africa ; that "T.Ils :omIl1ht simply represents' the such marriages void, Jf fl .h own hot gas.stove Burns and ironing 967 air.board.Lights Makes instantlyno its

": "It is our true Its military preparations views held by 'special privilege and big' performed In ,a foreign $b prehcatinsOperating: cost only'

Arthur'' Brisbane policy to steer clear .., : .. r .'> s were being .In' business, which have always opposed' country Extra-marital VS: # an for hour.FRET See Folder your local dealer orwrite

r of permanent alliances with any pork yw.-c tensified' and that Itsfoices ,every piece of legislation introduced i relations; between: Jews, Adolf Hitler' THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO.

tion of the foreign world." wf>l'e' adequateBenito < in congress and the states to bring a and Aryans' also are punishable by Dipt.WO813 Cblcazo.Wichita,111 |'Kn rb&adolDhlB.j IJM Aniiitlu.l"i. ?*&

" Also,- with' apologies to pacifists! an.1 J ito''reSPQIlll', to any ,little more happiness Into workers' prison sentences Jews are forbiddento

r high-spirited young college gentlemen Mussollnl'm'c n n c'e'' trhtrtever.'sStill' ; ,homes" employ women under forty-five years Beaver Farms
i who say they, 'would not fight under more Important, lathe light ofdevelopments In their households after January 1, I Beaver
to be
farms are estab-
' reminded was the cabinet's announcement on penalty of imprisonment. Jews are
circumstances, are
any you E. MERCKER
who used to be
lisLed in Newfoundland; as a colony-
that George Washington .said in 1700! () : of'strengthe'ning Its military A:. secretary of the Interstate Early not allowed. to' hoist the national flag,
. development project
forces In Libya, where\ General being limited to the Zionist blue and ,
"To be prepared for ,war Is one of Potato committee, has been made headof
,Balbo .has been establishIng' strong white emblem. '
: the effectual of the section of the '
( most means preserv bor- potato .Agricul-
line 'of air This colony '
repots. The'second'law
; tural adjustment .administration .
lag peace. ders Egypt on the west, and there was i' person who "belongs to the protective FRECKLESDISAPPEAR "

, Immediately lot of speculation as to and his association of the 'German empire and /!

If Mussolini can be scared by Brit whether Mussolini planned to ,attack w, troubles are just, ,be- Is especially obligated to the relch" f.

> ., Ish gestures he will be: scared,' with the British empire in that region. ginning. Control of I may be a" citizen of Germany. This
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: England sending her /great battleships 0 Italian forces in Libya have received I IreJnforcerne'nts st" s the' potato crop is' con citizen must be of German or kindred IN 5 TO 10 DAYSWONDER

"" harbor. Other battleships 40,000 men with sidered natural sequence '
; to the Gibraltar : blood and show that he is ,willing to
r;:' and. .thousands. of soldiers arp tanks and field artillery, and are much a In the policy serve the German people.

r: sent to cer island of Malta, and.! stronger than the British forces In : that' Is being followed

"'73'.: Imitating real l.war,- she Is'putting, "sub Eg 'p't.If economic sanctions were' Imposed ", l 4 by the AAA,. and, like Hitler also put through a third law
the Nazi Swastika the
:;;. marine booms"! I in. the Gibraltar harbor :on' Italy, Mussolini might well f'' other parts of Secretary as
national and
trade flag of Germany.
vvickol i reply by threatening Great 'Britain In Wallace agricultural -
i; on. the assumption .that. v
: The Instructed
war ministry was to
;r.t: Mussolini might send submarines to that quarter, by invasion: and by arousing plan, It" is, .YK yt.
adopt a war ,flag of black, white and
: blow''p i her and that I is the native population revolt suPPrte"earnestly -
; -: battleships. ; A. E, Mercker,
1-2' exactly what he would do If It came Premier Laval's speech before the and, as ,seriously] con-

'r. to war. League of Nations was; exceedingly' ,demned. Among? 'those. who 'oppose.,potato red.THE CREAM WIPES AWAY ,
.-:, ,., clever but did not clear the situation control is Porter R., Chandler of Committee of Jewish Delega BLACKHEADS-DULL, DINGY SKIN
Geneseo N.: Y. has appealed to the League of
a gentleman farmer
Mussolini Is not alone in .his; desire'for sufficlei ly. While he gave assurance Germany ,All you do is this: ((1)) At bedtime
behalf of
Nations on of the Jews -
war. On'Su'ndny in the Ethloplancapital that France would ,abide by the league He has ,advertised extensively his Intention spread -a thin, film of NAD1NOLA
to and sell' in declaring that "the conscience of Cream face-no
covenant and fulfill its obligations, he 'grow potatoes over your massaging,
Addis Ababa, according tothf> would demand defiance of the federal potato controlact o mankind will, not tolerate that Jews no rubbing ((2)) Leave on while you
'; Associated''Press,'"2.000 shrieking Ethiopians : hinted that his government and invites should be: degraded In this century as sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement-
," yelling "We want'' ''war" 'gathered In return that Britain enter a prosecution., usually in 5.to 10 days; you will see a
definite engagement to, carry out the Now, cooperatin't1th ,Mr. Chandler .pariahs. marvelous transformation. Freckles
before the de' :
imperial palace
program'agreed upon In London on' comes Norman C. :Norman,' a New blackheads disappear; dull coarsened
manding weapons. 'The Associated HITLER'S skin becomes creamy-white, satin-
: /CHANCELLOR 'remarks
York jeweler who time de-
February 3-an, air Locarno, with. automatic some ago smooth Fine results
Press says: "The scene"wn's'so"\'lo : I J Memel lovely positively
about aroused President
fied the jewelers' code. He to the ,
enforcement and the! conclusion, sent guaranteed with NADINOLAtestedand
;' lent that police "confiscated. motion picture of Danubian and Baltic security, pacts. -gentleman farmer an !order ,for'Bix, I .Antonas, Smetona to, putting: out the trusted for nearly two generations.At .
films of it. 'That was 'wise.-he-: or more bushels of "strictly first Interview he has 'granted In six all toilet counters, only 50c. Or
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cause' films might have convinced they One ,after another ,the nations rep- ) "In it he de- write NADINOLA. Box 41. Parig,Tenn.
and the filled
potatoes was
,o.cer! :
resented in the league announced .their. ; ;: '
outside world that Ethiopians and once. Norman su'ggestedthat the potatoes s J "al clared that Lithuania,
Italians much alike "under the support of the British stand against J
are be, routed through New Jersey'to relying to the 'utmost
Big Coconuts
Italy If the British do not back
.- skin. on the legality and
make the offense. Interstate 'and offered
down-and ,that'seems unlikely l -and if. Coconuts weighing 40 pounds have
; of her. stand
-to make: more than one Justice
: Italy, persists In 'IJs'adven ure, the purchase been found in the Seychelles islanda
Sewell L. Avery, head of Montgomery "as It is my understanding '' and action In ,Memel

: Ward & 'Co.,..will, tell,, you thai league will' ,be called, on to apply article the second purchase will entitle me to affairs, is ready at anytime

the work of th.etaxi gatherers in, Am>r' 15 of the covenant. This requires to the penitentirry. '." Z k, to defend her position

$ lea Is done thoroughly., Ills companv the 'submission of any dispute, likely go .- before the permanent ofMalaria
Get Rid
: six to lead to a rupture, to the, council '
on Its regular business : months : all the nation was cele- court: of Inter-

made, $4,34 9,7GG. Taxes ,on this, punt i.-, which must then' try to effect will a settlement WHILE, Constitution day; the citizens national justice.But .
The council also adoptas'lts'
m, ness amounted to S4.GOOKH) ) ) or, $251: of Pennsylvania went to the polls should an effort -

000 more than, the, concern, earned own the, report of the committeeof voted overwhelmingly the be made to. disregard !
and against
five which has failed to' find '
; You might almost call, that(. "discour. a calling of a Constitutional conventionfor legality and jus-
The Smetona
solution to Italy.
t aging bugne! s.vhen take the acceptable par- tice, In' favor of force,
: you the. purpose of "modernizing";: .the
ties to the obligated to
dispute are
; eggs from' the nest 'of the hen that state's basic, .law. .which was_ adopted Lithuania Is prepared, stated President Banish Chills and Fever
the for'three months in
< would, like: to 'set, you always I.leave one keep peace any 61 Since the. proposed Smetona, to "defend Memel with all
years ago. ,
which would Italian To Malaria must do two
'event prevent an conquer you
: egg, or at' least a door knob, "to on the means at her command.
: .go were to have a decided New.Deal .
. campaign before the rains. set in againIn things. (1) Destroy the infection in the
with. President Smetona said
: ., Ethiopia trend, the Republicans looked on Continuing, : blood. (2) Build up the, blood to over-
the result of the referendum as a vic- ""Memel is to us an economic'neces- come the effects and to fortify against

Dispatches from 'Tokyo :tell :of plan If in the' next three months either tory of national. significance. The 'revision sity, not a political Issue. We are too further attack.There is one medicine that

nlng political murder wholesale.. side accepts the council's decision; the was strongly supported by Gov- small a nation to engage In political docs these two things and that is Grove's

-',' The "god-sent troops" that nave other party Is automatically outlawedif ernor Earle and the .state.Democratic bargaining, as we are too small a coun- Tasteless Chill Tonic I The tasteless qui- ,
it starts at time In the nine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys -
a any try to engage In contra-propaganda.
t committed occasional. murders ,high- organization and also by organiz'edhibor.
the malarial infection in the blood
future. In that case, the penalties Our only point is that Memel, contain-
( est places are tired of "o casional'murders -' while the iron builds up the blood.Thou-

and decided to wipe our the against' an aggressor as provided In New Mexico voters turned down a ing Lithuania's only seaport, Is an essential sands of people have conquered Malaria

., Japanese''cablnet" in an air raid with'' article 16 must. take effect automat: ''proposal to' boost their, property exemption -' part of LithuanIa And the with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill

,'. bombs, destroy the financial district ically., to $2,500, along with four other freedom and preservationTof LithuaniaIs Tonic. In addition to being a noted rem-

' of Tokyo, assassinate hundreds of industrial "Take a look at this," virtually said 'suggested amendments to the state to her people a precious thing." edy for Malaria, it is also an excellent

Great Britain ,to Italy, as she massed a constitution. tonic of general use. Grove's Tasteless
: and financial leaders and "re
lk\ establish great fleet powerful warships:the' I came to Jules Cambon, one Chill Tonic, pleasant to take and con-
imperial despotism. DEATH
. tains harmful. Even children likeit
: Mediterranean.. Many of them were at "elder statesmen," atVervey
: The burning of buildings to put, the Gibraltar, ,others at Malta and Alex WHEN the new Philippines com Switzerland. He and they can take it safely. For sale
was ninety
Is, formally born on by all drug stores. Now two sizes-SOc
throne and Tokyo In a state of chaos
andria and others at the entranceto
,\. was part of the plan '' yet November 15 in !Manila\ with Vice years old and had' lived in retirement and $1. The $1 size contains 2% times as
1;::"'. the Suez .canal. Practically the en- President John M. Garner officiating, since the close of the World war, much as the 5 c size and gives you 25%

; Sir Malcolm 'Campbell, who took his tire north, Atlantic fleet was concen- 'as its godfather' ..;... ". :w though he was frequently consulted by more.for your money. .....
trated In the Inland sea, and there
high officials of France. His brilliant
Manuel Quezon for 20 L .<
giant EnglisU-buSlt automobile to the ) 'PJI
'a chain ,of fighting vessels all the. .
way > 'career as a diplomatist covered nearly
years the leader of if;'c" : :.;}: China Plans 48,986 Schools
: smooth surface of the Great "Salt dcs from there to China-and every one of .,. ,
50 He'served as ambassador In
. crt west of Salt Lake City, and drove them was ready to defend the .suprem- the fight .for, Independence ? t: < .: ; l. Washington years. five China will establish 4S.9SG mass

:' the' car faster than JMK) ,miles an hour.returns' acy of the empire. The royal air force, will be Inaugu- ..:,/' '. years.COMPTROLLER education schools next jear.
rated as Its firsts ? 1
to New York: advising motor-
toot was fully represented at the naval i GENERAL MC-
ists to "drive president., "I.n the recent : /...; i.
carefully. > bases, and the shore garrisons were :: ;; v-1
formal held
CARL In a opinion that
election he and
Sir Malcolm., who, has 'surpassed every ( : Refreshing ReliefWhen
: reinforced. This was: John Bull's replyto authorization for the
his entire ticket were w'- there Is no legal
speed record on the, surface of the hiussolini's
defiance and it might .
federal government to out
pay any You Need Laxative
victorious. The defeated \
earth selects the right piacefor' ,t : ;? a
speeding well, ,give: him ,pause. ': '"'"J': funds for the construction of a furni-
rivals 'for
the :
., At home he relief It'has
belongs ,to. English Because of the refreshing
presidency were Emi- i:.: : ., .(; ture factory at Reedsvllle, W. Va. This them thousands of men
organizations established! to ,promote, '.,.. .. brought ,
: .I!js the ver- has been a project especially favoredby
safety. UNCONSTITUTIOI\'AL' :lio Aguinaldo, who led and women, who could afford much
diet of American Liberty the rebellion against Manuel Quezon Mis. Roosevelt. It was intended more expensive laxatives, use Black-

Sir'JameS Jeans British: astronomer league's .committee, of 58 ,lawyers on American rule ;rears ago, and Bishop originally that, the factory should make Draught when needed. It is, very

.and physicist' whose, "The the Wagner- nriery, ,labor relationsact Gregorio Aglipay.:,, They were virtually furniture for government offices ,and economical, purely vegetable, highly

MysteriousUniverse" snowed under. give employment to transplanted coal effective. .. :Mr. J. Lester Roberson,

and other books' you' should "It Is our belief," said the opinion, Sergio Osmena, was elected,vice,pres- miners. A year ago McCarl refused to well known hardware dealer at-Martinsvillc .
read, 'has changed his mind about thp'age Va., writes "I certainly can
written i in the form of brief "that sanction an allocation to the factory
ident and victory of Manuel Roxas
of the universe and. like Professor J : recommend Black-Draught as a splendid
the statute unnecessarily arbr- Quintin Paredes and Camilo Osias' as- from recovery funds. Then congress medicine. I ba'e'taken it for constipation
Einstein, when he changes his and the dull feelings that follow, and have
mind 'he tells trarlly infringes upon the individual sured the new president ample lead- turned on the on the ground found it very satisfactory."

you. liberties of the employer and the employee ership .in the ,unicameral, national assembly that. it discriminated against private
He thinks the universe is about and is therefore invalid." o ,.where he also will have a clear industry. McCarl says the Department BLACK-DRAUGHT

10000000.000000 or ten trillions- of This Is the first of a proposed seriesof voting majority. of the Interior went ahead with letting

years old. That Is 'a long' time to Sir opinions on recent federal contracts: ''for the construction, nevertheless -
legislation Quezon's term of olhce }Is six years \VNU-7\ 39)-31)
James Jeans nnd'us, but, for all Jeansor by the committee of lawyers. It and' his annual salary will 'be 15000. : and ,the building is about SO
anybody else knows, It may'menn I -
was formulated by a subcommittee The commonwealth. be a ten-year, per cent completed.
less than one hour in the life of, some"superuniverse. consisting of Earl F: Heed of, Pittsburgh prelude to complete Independence'from
'" chairman ; Harold Beacom, Chi. the United States.Que/on, who Is largely I RESOLUTIONS adopted by the Iowa BBS
; cago ; Harold J., Gallagher, New York; of Spanish blood, Is fifty-seven 3eais'old. I in convention at

Hitler, talking to his at'mybout, D. J.. Kenefick,. Buffalo ; Harrison B. He has numerous friends and acquaintances Des Moines demand that President anywhere on the body-

"iron discipline," blames Christianity McGraw, Cleveland; Gurney E., New. 'In the United States and Roosevelt dismiss Secretary of Agri- also burning irritated skin-

and-the',Ilohenzollerns. for the. rise, of lln, Los Angeles; Hal II, Smith, Detroit for a long time has teen 'a frequent culture Wallace from the cabinet and soothed and helped by .

Communism that "I crushed when I and..E.. Randolph, Williams, Richmond ,visitor in Washington hi.<* endeavor ,halt !"the program of, hunger." The

came to .power:' \Yhether:,.I he,crushed VA.( .. ,, (. ( ,,: t.; i'.. .. ."., to gain Independence *for?the, :island_ :AAA, was ,called, ; ) ;"Infamous! worthless 'ResinoI
it or not remains to be seen. Copies of the opinion were sent to archipelago. and vicious."

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THE GOLD RUSHI -------- IMPROVED4 HITCH-HIKING FLY born or a hitch-hiking visitor he Is I REDSKIN STILL SUPERIORThe

SPREADS DISEASEThe a danger. Fortunately, an effective

doubt that any area or activity UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL fly-killing program can ,be conductedIn traditional superiority of the

ever showed up the graft and chiseling common house fly Is a hItch- any home by the use of a reliablefly redskin over the, white man In canoeing -

of civilized life and government SUNDAY L hiker. However, the fly doesn't bother -' spray containing an ample quan- Is still maintained by the Indians

more clearly than did, the Klondikeof esson to Jer.k a thumb and ask a ride; tity of Pyrethrins, a product derived living near Old Town, Maine,

I the old days. Prior to the summer By REV P. ii. K1TZWATEK. '\ D.. It flies Into moving autos or 'even from Pyrethrum flowers, which \Is whose' expertness enables them to
o ; of 1S9S, when the rush was on Member of Faculty Moody BlbU trains or airplanes without permis death to flies, when sprayed In a fine win practically every canoe race

full tilt, these towns got along without
I .I 1' murder, thievery or graft ; without miles before leaving its chosen ve

;c ; jail, courthouse, post office, hicle.
; church or schools. There were no Lesson for October 6
This habit of flies ,traveling great
( ; rules in general, except the Golden distances' on other power than their I

.'- .::' Rule but fair., and justice was not only fast ISAIAH FERING PORTRAYING SERVANT THE SUF- owijt campaigns has made less local effective fly eradication than the I r r I YELL -1.1 r IT'S SWELLSWEET 11

I l Nobody had locks on anything until campaigners hoped. Cases have been

the;influx, of "civilization" in volume LESSON TEXT-IsaIah 53:1-12V found where a fly carried disease
I remember one instance of a door GOLDEN TEXT-But he was wounded -
its and body for miles
he was germs on legs
being )barred from the inside in the for our
and Infected In the communitywhere
bruised for our Iniquities: the chastise- people
; absence of the owner, with complete ment of our peace was upon him; and it settled. No previous cases

,':, written Instructions outside on how with his stripes. we are healed. Isaiah of the disease were in existence in

to get In. Newcomers commentedon &3:5. the and health authorities -
PRIMARY TOPIC-God's Best Prom- new community ,", ,
'" tills, but the old sourdough ex ise. : could find Jo"other: source I

plained that It made sense. Only JUNIOR TOPIC-Isaiah Foretells of Infection than flies. '

I Indians couldn't read and-were lousy. Jesus' Coming. AND SENIOR Repeated warnings of physiciansand
'1 ; -Edward Dean Sullivan Cosmo INTERMEDIATE
TOPIC-What Our Salvation Cost. health officials have apparently
i.f politan. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT failed to Instill a proper fear of the

)j1 TOPIC-The Suffering Savior. house fly in the average mind. How- I

ever, a more thorough knowledge of
The prophecy of Isaiah is the grand
the habits of fly would increase
I a !
center of the Old Testament. It pictures
the respect for this tiny Insect, according J
,: the Servant of Jehovah with I I
i:',, to authorities on the subject.
great wisdom gloriously executing the Decent cleanliness in any home CRISP AND CRUNCHY, 'AND-MUNCHY .:,;
divine of redemption at the ,
purpose '
requires protection against the menace i
of suffering. .
cost great .
of flies. Whether a fly Is home-
I I. The Servant's Triumph (Is. 52 : r
0Dates 13-15)). The Servant here means the

coming Messiah (42:1): Haste at the Wrong Time
1. Ills wisdom (v. 13). He will
ImportedAn Often Fatal to MotoristsA
deal prudently, for his name is Coun-
average of 50,000,000 poundsof sellor ((9G). He was tilled with the motor accident never occurs if

foreign-grown dates are imported spirit of wisdom and understanding It can be avoided. Drivers do not

Into the United States each year. (11:2)). deliberately crash 'into each other,

skid off the road, run Into trains at
2. He shall be exalted and extolledv.
(.;1b. ( 13)). Being the mighty God, even grade crossings or swerve into trees.'
Traffic'mishaps occur only after it
Immanuel, ,Jehovah has highly exalted
Is too late to prevent them. Reduced -
him (Phil. 2:0)).
to a fundamental, they are
3. The appearance of the Servantv.
almost always the result' of too
( 14)). Because of his marred, visage,
much deed in the place.
b. looked for outward wrong
the Jews. who
Speed In itself Is relative. A. speedof
\ J
worldly ,
signs of royalty und splendor
three miles an hour is too muchIf HULLABALOO
\ were not attracted to him. "
It carries a load of people onto a
I' 4. The issue of his ministry (v. 15). grade crossing In front of an on- IT'S GOOD FOR YOU
\ In his sprinkling of many nations he Is
coming locomotive. A speed of 70
i:. revealed as the great High Priest,
', miles' an hour, or even SO, under the
sprinkling the nations with his blood, conditions with, mechani I
, k proper car \
1 and cleansing them' from their sins. cally perfect, brakes In good workIng b f// f
! : Same Thing !ii. The Servant Despised and Re. order, driver alert, road wide

:: The meaning of tantamount Is jected (53 ::1-3). and smooth and the way ahead

equivalent. 1. The unbelief of the Jews (v. 1). clear of traffic for half a mile, Is NUrs '
They despised the words of the prophet safe epough. F ,
and failed to recognize the hand
Rather than put all the blame on
of the Lord in the miracles he ,wrought. speed, perhaps It should be placedon

2. The origin of the Servant (v.' 2)). haste, which Is speed at the

w He sprang out of a stump of Judiasm. wrong time. The proper conditions

My Ideal Remedy for r'.a+ The sad condition of the people at for speed, of course, vary. Some-

PAIN N ; that' time is expressed by "dry corn." times the conditions demand unusually -

He came among his own and they apprehended slow driving. Sometimes '
Though I have tried all good !
remedies Capudine suits me best not. they permit of unusually fast driving. : -
because,it ia unusually quick 3. A man of sorrows (v. 3).' As the But drivers, If they will remember Lz f
and gentle." For headache, Sin-bearer of the world he suffered untold
neuralgic or muscle aches that any speed which places -iJ
t use either Capudine Liquid or sorrows. The primary cause of them In danger or causes them to be ,,
Capudine Brand Tablets. .V $ his grief was their contemptuous rejection ONCE taste
dangerous to others, Is too much, can you Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'llcheer

of him. often avoid accidents before they. too! Enjoy its famous flavor today, and 4' :

III. The Vicarious Suffering ofxthe are In the midst of them. don't forget-it's nourishing. One dishful, % <
Servant (53:4-0)).
I with milk or cream,contains more varied nourishment !
1. His griefs and sorrows were ours. Life I .
Though Innocent, he was loaded down I than.many a hearty meal. Try it- :
Use for Straw Life will give you what you ask
with disease and pain ; not his, ,but 'I : your grocer has itl! Product of General Foods. I
Soviet scientists say they can. pro of her If only you ask long enough _
ours. This awful suffering was looked
duce auto gas from straw. and plainly.-E. Nesblt. ,
upon by the world as occasioned by sin.

2. He was beaten for us (v. 5). .. Yt

l' That which was our due was meted :ro1Kills out to him. Notice the four significant .f .

words; "wounded," "bruised" ,',
"despised," "stripes." The word "our"shows 9 i' :

that his sufferings were vicari : !
"I've discoveredCalumet's
'ous. The full meaning of the cross is y -:=

comprehended in these words.

3. The reason (v. 6)). All human- .

,\' MOSQUITOES ity, Jews and Gentiles, had gone big new lO$! can !

ELIES*SPIDERS astray. God had laid on him the Iniquity ,

of us all. x )

and IV./The Death of the Servant (53:: : .,:'
7-9)). ii "No more 'by' -guess-and-h''Y- >. fI :M
j OTHER golly' baking in this ; :
INSECTS 1. His strange silence (v. 7). He .
house !
went as a lamb to. the slaughter. How, now ::.. -
118 1
i unlike men who, when wrongfully con says Mrs. Owen H. Fleming ::;
As 123S Judson Ave, Evanston, Ill ,;
demned, make a great ado.

'- --- 2. Unconcern of contemporaries (v. :d Mrs. Fleming was one of the first ;
t 'ID'i": ; 8). Though dying Instead of the women to get the big,new lOc can y' ,
i, .rj: UJ of Calumet; the Double-Acting
J' wicked people they failed to discern ,}
Powder. :5. ,
Baking } }:; -
: : that his suffering was in their stead. ii '
lj '
I 'Kl ---e--'s: : "No need for any woman to take y- '
\ __ ,. _'_' ___ "' ,.,-_ 3. Burled with the wicked and the chances with her baking now,"she : c. ;a, s .)
'rIch. This was fulfilled In the crucifixion That lOc of Calumet
Be Sure They Properly says. new can :
between two thieves, and burialIn "M certainly means that the very fw : ?/>'lt; :':::
Cleanse the Blood Joseph's tomb.V. best can be bought at a bargain." 4':*. ,!

YOUR kidneys are constantly filter- The Servant's Ultimate! Victoryvv. Ask your grocer to show you the ;;.,::.... .. rv.; > :a:;:, f a.;
matter from the blood ( 10-12)). I new, bigger lOc Calumet canl! ,.: ;

' I stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in 1. His suffering expressed the divine .
their work-do not act as nature in- A SIMPLE TVi\Srt..andtlnEaiy.OffT l
tended-fail to remove impurities that will (v. 10)). The Lord himself !lift rf Ao sOflIfni. at breltn finiir-notUl y ?, .
laid this burden Christ. He,
the upon was o
poison system when retained.
Then you may suffer nagging back delivered, according to the determlECd "" ,
ache, dizziness, scanty or too frequent counsel and foreknowledge God.
urination, getting up at night, swollen 2. A spiritual progeny resulted from

limbs; feel nervous, miserable- his death (v. 10). Christ declared, % ,
all : { "' : };::} WHY DOES CALUMET give such astonishing
upset. "Except a corn of wheat full into the baking luck?" Why is Calumet different from other
Don't delay! Use Doan'i PiUs.Doan' .
I baking ? Because Calumet combine two distinct
ground and die. It abldeth alone. The n i powders
are especially) for poorly functioning 5 x leavening actions.A quick one for the mixing bowl.
fundamental law of the universe whichIs ,'
kidneys. They are recommended .rL9.' A slower one for the oven And Calumet famous
I .' by grateful users the countryover. life out of death found supreme rr ? ,;>.,.r double-actioa is so perfectly balanced and controlled
Get them from any druggist. expression In Christ's death on the {' : that it produces perfect leavening-every time. JI

DOAN cross.3. Through death shall come' v the I
realization of his fondest hope (v. 11)). { All Calumet prices"are

"He shrll 1 see' the travail of his soul

and shall be satisfied." s:>sr} { { '" n 4. 'The divine reward (v. 12). The
., [ finIIand divine Conqueror shall share the spoilsof 3f''' }'" lowest prices in its history. The Full-Pound

I victory which by a strong arm were { Can sells for .25$ And if
i' for r. ;{ ::;:> now regularly only .
secured. Though he took the place of

: p Constipation a sinner, It was for the purpose of you want a smaller size-get the new, big 10

.L. Sufferers'i1ATORE'S bearing the sins of many and making :;} can-a lot of good baking for a dime-with -
II intercession, for the transgiessor.
VI. The Servant's Suffering His. Calumet, the Double-Acting: Baking Powder. I

torlcally Fulfilled (John 19:17-37):: .
I When Jesus of Nazareth went forth

I bearing his cross to Golgotha, where f.,..': : ,-,--, -n. -... .., rlJ'!
BEST ASSISTANT' they crucified him, the prediction of

Isaiah was historically realized.


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time will be had by all but if you'reClxin' NOTICE after such excavation, be replaced in as Grantee shall be deemed to have given and
The Clewiston News Notice Is hereby given that the following good condition as lt was at the time of granted_such right of purchase by the act
to go millin' 'round in the ordinance was adopted on ilrst reading by such excavation. of acceptance hereof.

storm, I'd advise you to get your- the City Commission of the City ol Clewis- Section X. That failure on the part of Section III. That poles, towers, con-
Clewiston ton on October 3, 1935. the Grantee to comply In any substantial duits, wires and transmission lines shall
Published every Friday- self a good slicker-slicker than the BILL NO. 27 respect with any of the provisions of this be so located or relocated and so erectedas
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that the
Inc. sturdy pair of hip boots CLEWISTON TELEPHONE COMPANY. A take effect if the reasonableness or prop- highways, bridges and public places and
mud won't cake to. CORPORATION ORGANIZED AND EX- riety thereof Is protested by the Grantee .1 with reasonable means of egress from and
I ISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF FLORIDA until court of competent Jurisdictionwith ingress to abutting
Bowden Editor a property. The location -
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sonally, after observin' all tho hor- RIGHT. PRIVILEGE OR FRANCHISE FOR shall have found that said Grantee has conduits shall be made under the supervision i" ,
THE PERIOD OF THIRTY YEARS TO failed to comply in a substantial respect and with the approval of such
results that to man
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ter February 1, 1927, at the Post when he gets into politics, I'm IN. UNDER UPON OVER AND ACROSS and the Grantee shall have six months the City of Clewiston. Florida, may designate -
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: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. >.:..:..:..:..:..:.: to find their way around with ease FLORIDA MISSION :OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON" accepted as herein provided. I maintenance hereunder.of its lines and appurtenances -
? .t. Section XIII. That the Grantee shall
as the teacher's name with the grade Section I. That there is hereby grantee file its written acceptance of this grant Section V. That all lines constructed

:;: TOO LATE TO s::: number is over each door. to CLEWISTON ;TELEPHONE COMPANY, with the Clerk of the City Commission of under this grant shall be constructed and
: .. a corporation organized and existing under the City of Clewiston within thirty (30) I In accordance with established
.. First Grade News the laws of florida Its successors and assigns days after It shall have been duly passed practice with respect to electrical con-
:!: CLASSIFYta (herein called the Grantee), the and adopted as required by law. struction and maintenance.
The first grade has begun a study right, privilege or franchise for the full Section XIV. That all ordinances and Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to
.i. '':'' '! of great pictures. Those taken first period of thirty (30) years from the date parts of ordinances In conflict herewithbe make, promptly, such extensions to its existing ,-
... : of acceptance hereof to construct, main- and the same are hereby-repealed. facilities as may be required by one
.t are "Baby Stuart" and "The Torn lain: and operate In, under, upon over and Introduced and read In full, and passed or more customers or prospective customers _
.:. 'i' Hat." across the present and future streets, ave- upon first reading without amendment, provided that if the revenues to be
.:. BY .. nues, alleys, highways bridges, ease- upon the 3rd day of October, 1935. derive: therefrom shall not afford a fair
r I The room mother, Mrs. Mitchell, ments and other public places In the City Said Ordinance will be presented to the and reasonable return on the cost of pro;
RUSSELL KAY has loaned several interesting of Clewiston, Florida, and Its successors, City Commission for final passage at Us viding and rendering the required service,
.. '' telephone lines, together: with all the meeting on October 7, then the Grantee shall be permitted to and
.:. .+14s y t : books including "The Little Colon- necessary or desirable appurtenances 1935.M. W. BIGG Is hereby authorized to exact from such

el", which was enjoyed greatly. thereto (Including underground conduits City Clerk. customer or customers such cash advances,
-:,,:":":":.':":.':":":":":":":":":":":": r:":":":":":' poles, towers wires and transmission lines) minimum guarantees, service,guarantees or
Mrs. Beacom as guest enjoyed for the purpose of supplying telephone other arrangements as will enable the
With all this nice sunshine and helping Grace Ward celebrate her service to said City, and Its successors, the I Grantee to earn a fair and reasonable return -
Inhabitants thereof and persons and corporations NOTICE on the cost of providing and render-
soft gentle breeze, business just sixth birthday Saturday. beyond the limits thereof, for Notice Is hereby given that the following Ing the required service.
gettin' able to hobble around again, Charlie Ann Darcy Is ill at home domestic commercial and other purposes. ordinance was adopted on first reading by I Section VII. That the rates fixed by
folks wearin' that worried I This grant Is made In consideration of the the City Commission of the City of Clewis the Grantee from time to time shall at
and fewer .
; with eye trouble. construction maintenance and operationof ton .on October 3 1935. all times be just and reasonable and subject -
look, I sure hate to sound a pessi-i the telephone lines by the Grantee herein BILL NO. 26 to reasonable minimum charges and
[ CHapel Program
mistic note and start throwin' ban- provided for and for the benefits and ORDINANCE NO. 26 service guarantees and! shall be subject to
,i The chapel program was conducted conveniences to the Inhabitants of said AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO GLADES regulation by any public body which shall
ana peelin's around, but still I con-j City as a result thereof. POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ITS SUC- be charged with the duty of regulatingrates
sider it my duty to warn you. t| Friday by the elementary Section n. That the City of Clewiston CESSORS AND ASSIGNS. THE RIGHT, to be .charged for electricity. /"',
school. The program was opened Florida; hereby reserves the right, at and PRIVILEGE OR FRANCHISE FOR THE Section VIIL That said City agrees to _
I've been nosein' about the statea after the expiration of this grant, to pur- PERIOD OF THIRTY YEARS TO CON- pass all ordinances necessary or suitable f"iboth .. r
bit the past week and I've noticed with a song, "Onward Christian chase the property of the Grantee used STRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE for the protection of the rights and
Soldiers," by the assembly.Mr. under or In connection with this grant, : UNDER, UPON OVER AND ACROSS IN'I I property of the said Grantee and to enable
fall- ..
barometer is
that the political or such part of such property as the said PRESENT AND FUTURE STREETS A said Grantee to enforce any of the reason-
Beacom read the Bible and
in' like it never fell before. If I'm City of Clewiston may desire to purchase, NUES ALLEYS, HIGHWAYS BRIDGES. I able rules and regulations for the manage-
led the Lord's Prayer. at a valuation of the property real and EASEMENTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACESIN ment, operation and control of the service
any judge, it's fixin to drop to anew I Weasel"was personal, desired which valuation shall THE CITY OF CLEWIS TON. FLORIDA. hereunder and to pass any ordinance or
I Goes The
A "Pop
all time low. I song, be fixed by arbitration as may be providedby AND ITS SUCCESSORS, ELECTRIC LIGHT ordinances that may be necessary or suit-
sung by the first grade. law, and as a condition precedent to AND POWER LINES TOGETHER WITH able In order to fully confirm to said
I've seen political clouds gather I The second grade presented a the taking effect of this grant, the Gran- ALL THE NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE Grantee the rights herein or hereby granted -
before, but never as thick and black tee shall, and does hereby, give and grantto APPURTENANCES, FOR THE PURPOSEOF or Intended so to be.
I play, "The Sick Doll. the said City of Clewiston the right to SUPPLYING ELECTRICITY TO SAID Section IX That when any portion of a -
and threatenin' as they're comin' up I Sue VonMach, third grade, gave a purchase so reserved and the Grantee CITY AND ITS SUCCESSORS, THE INHABITANTS I street is excavated by Grantee in the loca-
right now. There's a storm comin' shall be deemed to have given and granted THEREOF AND TO PERSONS tion or relocation of any of its conduits
recitation. such right of purchase by the act of AND CORPORATIONS BEYOND THE
poles, towers wires and transmission lines,
will be furious and last
that more I I I Billy Redelsheimer, fourth grade, acceptance hereof. LIMITS THEREOF FOR LIGHT, HEAT. the portion of the street so excavated shall,
longer than any so-called "Act ofGod" Secticn III. That poles, towers and POWER AND OTHER PURPOSES. AND within a reasonable time and as early as
gave a reading. wires shall be so located or relocated and IMPOSING PROVISIONS AND CONDI- practicable after such excavation, be replaced -
that ever happened us. I! A song by fifth grade, "The Sha- so erected as to Interfere as little as pos- TIONS RELATING THERETO.BE in as good condition as It was at
Boy, I mean, it's gonna be a Lula! sible with the traffic over said streets IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COM- the time of such excavation.
There'll be enough hot air and wini : dow Man. avenues, alleys, highways, bridges and MISSION OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, Section X. That failure on the part;* of
Beulah Guthrie and Janice Wynn, public places, and with 'reasonable meansof FLORIDA: the Grantee to comply In any substantial
behind it to blow everybody's hairon sixth grade "See-Saw." egress from and Ingress to abutting Ssctlon 1. That there Is hereby grantedto respect with any of the provisions of this
end from Pensacola to Key West I I sang property. The location or relocation of all GLADES POWER & LIGHT COMPANY, franchise shall be grounds for a forfeiture
I Third Grade News poles, towers and conduits shall be made a corporation organized and existing un- of this grant but no such forfeiture'shall
and when the blowin' starts it's gon- under the supervision and with the approval der the laws of the State of Florida, its take effect it the reasonableness or prop-
na be mighty hard to find any cov i The spelling honor roll for the of such representative as the City successors and assigns, (herein called the riety thereof is protested by the Grantee
third is follows Lewis Commission of the City of Clewiston may Grantee) the right, privilege or franchise until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith
er. It'll just hit everywhere at once, grade as : designate for the purpose but not so as for the full period of thirty (30)) years ( right of appeal in either party) shall
from cross roads to congested corn I I Blount, Elsie Bembry, Marilyn Da- unreasonably to Interfere with the proper .from the date of acceptance hereof to con- have found that said Grantee has failed to

- ers. When it reaches the full heightof vis, Annette Simpson, William 'Willis operation of Grantee's lines and service. struct, maintain and operate In,, under, comply in a substantial respect1 with any
Section IV. That the City of Clewis- upon over and across the present and future of the provisions of this franchise and the '
its fury I'm bettin'-there won't Christine Reddish, LaDeen ton shall In no way be liable or respon- streets avenues alleys, highways, Grantee shall have six months' after the
sible for any accident or damage.that may bridges, casements and other final determination of the question to
Peters Sue VonMach. public placesIn
be a vacant stump left in the ,
occur In the construction, operation or the City of Clewiston, Florida, and Its make good the,default before a forfeiture
and the wind will howl around 'em The third grade is very happy to maintenance by the Grantee of Its lines pucco-sors, electric light and power lines, shall result with the,right In the City, at
and appurtenances thereto, and the I Its discretion, to grant additional time to
together with all the or desirable
like it howled before. Great necessary
never have three new pupils. They are
acceptance: of this franchise shall be appurtenances (including underground the Grantee for compliance.
gusts of economy will swirl around : Parmelia Bourne, Kenneth Miller deemed an agreement on the part of said conduits, poles, towers, wires and_ transmission Section XI. That the Grantee Is here-
Grantee to Indemnify said City and .to by given the right and authority to make
our ears and the air will be charged lines 'and, for Its own use, tele-
Nickie Schiffli.CLEWISTON
I'I and bold It harmless against any and all liability phone and telegraph lines) for the purposecf assignments of this grant and of all rights
and counter-charged. The. clap-; loss, costs, damage or expense which : supplying electricity to said City and and privileges' hereunder. but all assignees
trap of political thunder .... will bet BRIDGE CLUB IS may accrue to said City by reason of the its'successors, the Inhabitants thereof, and of the Grantee and all subsequent assignees -.
: neglect, default or misconduct of the persons and corporations beyond the limits shall be bound to the same extentas
deafening.. You may think you've ENTERTAINED AT BELLE; GLADE Grantee In the construction, operation or thereof, for light, heat, power' and,other the original Grantee. '
been through a storm or two,. but I maintenance of Its lines and appurtenances purposes. This grant is made In consider- Section XII. This ordinance shall take
hereunder.Section ation of the construction, maintenance effect as soon as it shall have been duly
boy, :you just wait 'till THIS one i Mrs. C. W. McDonald entertainedthe V.' That all lines constructed and operation of the.electric power lines I passed and adopted as required by law and

hits you and you'll find out. members of her bridge club under this grant shall be__constructed and bv the Grantee herein provided for and accepted as required herein.
I maintained In accordance with estab- for the benefits and conveniences to the Section XIII. That the Grantee shall
And they can go on ahead and locate -: Wednesday afternoon at her homein lished practice with' respect to telephone inhabitants of said City,as a result thereof. file its written acceptance of,this franchise
t construction and maintenance. with the Clerk of the City Commission of
their little weather Belle Glade. Mrs. Dave Alston
old bureau
i f'. Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to Section II. That the City of Clewiston the City of Clewiston, Florida, within
,_ at Miami, Jacksonville, Tallahassee I received the prize for high score, make promptly such extensions to Its existing Florida, hereby reserves the right, at and thirty ((30)) days after it shall have been

or any other point ,and I'm tellin :: Mrs. A. A. Munroe consolation prize facilities as may be required by one after the expiration of this grant, to pur- duly passed and adopted as required by
I or more customers or prospective customers chase the property of the Grantee used
{I you they won't be any more able J Ji. i and Mrs. T. B. Shelley cut prize. provided that If the revenues to be under or in connection with this grant, law.Section ,XIV. That all ordinances and

i. to chart the comin' storm than they i I Salad, cookies and cool drings derived from service to be furnished to or such part of such property as the said parts of ordinances in conflict herewithbe
such customers or prospective customers City of Clewiston may desire to pur- and the same are hereby repealed.
were the last one, with the wind'' were served to the following ladies, shall not afford a fair and reasonable return chase, at a valuation of the property real Introduced and read In full, and passed

blowin' in all ,directions at 'once and all from Clewiston: Mrs. Dave Al- or. the cost of providing and rendering and personal, desired which valuation upon first reading without amendment,
the required service, the Grantee shallbe shall be fixed by arbitration as may be .upon the 3rd day of October, 1935.
tidal waves of tax revision and social ston, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. A. permitted to, and Is hereby authorizedto provided by law and as a condition precedent Said Ordinance will be presented to the

security sweepin' over the state Munroe, Mrs! H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. exact from such customer or customers to the taking effect of this grant, City Commission for final passage at its .
uch cash advances, minimum guar- the Grantee shall, and does hereby, give- meeting on October 7, .
from end to end.. Nail, Mrs. M. 'E. Yenawine and Mrs.T. antees, service guarantees or other arrangements and grant to the said City of Clewiston 1935.M. W. BIGG,

The old constitution we been fly- B. Shelley. as will enable Grantee to earna the right to purchase so reserved and the City Clerk.
fair and reasonable return on the cost

in' from capitol domes at Washington I vf providing and rendering the required -- --_ .. .- -- -- --------
and Tallahassee will probably I HISS GOMEZ HONORED cervlce.

:. be torn to ribbons by the blast; the I WITH BRIDGE FRIDAY Grantee Section from VII. time That to the time rates shall fixed by at the all m.................................................................................................................................................................................

l air will, be so full of alphabetical I times be just and reasonable and subjectto [
reasonable minimum charges and
l comBinations and other debris that Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- service guarantees, and shall be such ;.

: :you and me and the other four or !! tained in honor of Miss Ruth Gomez, rates as shall be fixed or approved by the r.l I
riorltfa Railroad Commission or other
: five voters will think we're swim- visitor here from New Or-
who is a duly constituted public body charged with
t. min' 'round in alphabetical soup. leans, La., on Friday. afternoon at the fixing or regulation of rates for tele- i

l Every poor guy who' draws as bridge. phone Section service.VIII. That said City of Clewis- i CLEWISTON fiOLF. .:

, much as a dime of state or federal': Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer was ton agrees to pass all ordinances necessary Ji "
i suitable both for the protection ''
f money is gonna find himself out on : awarded high' score prize and two of the or rights and property of the said :

; a limb with the hurricane howlin' lovely inen handkerchiefs were Grantee and to enable said Grantee to i i

; 'round his ears and a flock of birds presented to; ,Miss Gomez. enforce any of said Grantee's reasonable ; ., ; :- > COURSE ," .
for the management
rules and regulations ,
I :
:. tryin' to saw off the limb while a Delicious refreshments were of Its business and the operation and con- + <'<.c"i:" ,, .- .; ..

bunch of others will be busy fixin' Smith Mrs. trol of service to be rendered hereunder, '
served to: Mrs. G. E. ;
and to pass any ordinance or ordnances: /
l to chop the whole blamed tree downat Max Maluh, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs. that may be necessary or suitable in orderto ;, c : '. 1

the base. ,,1.) M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. F. M. fully confirm to said Grantee the rights :; -- : .
, herein or hereby granted or Intended so .
f. If any congressman gets out in t Redelsheimer, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez to be '' < t." ..
the open he'll be hit in the head I Mrs. Clyde Byrd and the Section IX. That when any portion ofa y: .!',
Grantee In the
street Is excavated by
l with a Townsend plank that will I honor guest, Miss Gomez. location or relocation of any of Its con- ::: ,, I .'i's .

knock him crazier than he is. When duits, poles, towers, wires, transmission Y, i ..t.I .
I lines, pipes or appurtenances, the portionof .:' I .:.
r the North Florida candidates step MRS.-GROVER POOLE HONORED the street so excavated shall within a JI '

across the well-known canal in FRIDAY WITH BRIDGE PARTY reasonable time and as early as practicable 1 '

search of votes they'll probably I 'I i i'i'

,, drown in the salt water and if any Mrs. I. M. Pafford honored Mrs. [

Tampa candidate thinks he can carry Grover Poole Friday afternoon witha i-OpelltothePuhuic
COUSECounselor .
J. M. !
I; Marion county, he'll find out bridge shower at her home. y

i what "Phooey" means. Prizes. were awarded for: First I.
1 anti Attorney at
If there's any particular state, bidder to go set, holding a bust-

tt federal-or county board, commission hand on partners opening 2 bid, Hopkins Building

I' or bureau that you're especially I holding four duce, a 'slam bid, going Wednesdays; and Saturdajs *

4 fond of; you better get busy anchor- set as much as two tricks. The 9:30 to 4:00 i1 ..!..

in1 it to the ground and boardin'
up i winner selected a package from a y

all the windows or it may be blown I large collection on a tray. None y: ?:

so far and high that nobody'll ever I' were allowed to open their packages L. ,B. MershonAGENT i.

be able to find all the pieces i! until the close. of play. The tea :_:: Moderate Green Fees :*::

What Mr. Mussolini is fixin' to i guests were also allowed draw a ..

do to Ethiopia ain't one, two, threeto package from the tray. Some of the : Exceptional! Fairways i

what some guys I know are fixin1 guests won several prizes during New York Life I II

to do to a few other birds right hereIn ( the day. :_: interesting Greens =:::

this state and if special police,

deputy sheriffs and state militiaain't Insurance CompanyARCADIA I I
I ..
: .!,
enough why there's still the ROR RENT-Furnished garage .
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regular Altogether army., it looks like .a good.I apartment.L. Williamson, Apply -on premises. F. FLORIDA 1 ....:-................................-....-........-...-....'-,....-....-....-...--....-.....,.-.........-....-.;.,.................'....'..................................'...........................

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..H..K..H..H'##<"H..M..H**.W"HH..: Mrs. Robert George and Mrs. A. READ THE -
? 1;: 'W'. Sias visited in West Palm Beach ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROFIT BY THEM'

:?: Personal I .MentionMr. .:;:. on Monday.
.:":..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":.I 1 I Captain and Mrs. F. D.' King are +. ++. + X444444444444444444-444444. : \ +444444WEST '. '.

and Mrs. H. A. Bestor visited lit 1 the parents of a seven and a hal 4. .Ct

in Miami Friday. i J pound baby girl, born Saturday a + ;y yL
I I the home of Mrs. King's parents 'in

-Attorney L. O. Gravely was con'Ling -. Jacksonville. The baby has been
legal business here Monday,, I named Clara Mary. Captain King Is : Cater Furniture .,.
i j captain of- the government dredge, t .

R. L. Smith and W. W. Liddel l: Welatka. 4- A
I i i spent the week-end in Sarasota.Mr. I -
Dr. and Mrs. J. W Ezelle were
I I ;
J called to Lumpkin, Ga., Saturday Company
7. I and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and afternon by the serious Illness of ,
I daughter, Jean, motored to West "" v
I Mrs. Ezelle's mother, Mrs. Thai I < I
( Palm Beach today. .
'J I II II I I Williams. Friends here were advis- :t PALM BEACH t
I ed of Mrs. Williams' death which oc- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Nail and .
I I : '
r son, Kenneth, visited friends in curred Monday afternoon.: Funeral f ..' .- -' & 44-
services were conducted Tuesday at
:Moore Haven Sunday, [ I ,
f'i IJ Richland, Ga., and burial was made 41 44 .
I in the Richland cemetery. JgTa -
I Mr. and Mrs. R.. Y. Patterson : } -,
t spent Thursday and Friday in Or-; -
1 I lando. f WE THE ,
---- f :;: GLADES 1 OLKS TO MAKE. *
/I. Mrs. W. W. Perry and son, Billy, .
Miss Shirley Moon celebrated her
visited relatives in Lake Wales Sat-i( 44
j seventh birthday Sunday afternoon, OUR NEW HOME,.- 333 DA ;
urday and Sunday. h
]! with a party: at her, home. t '
I ,
: Those winning prizes during the ::
Mrs. C.: W. McDonald, of Belle
Glade, visited friends In Clewiston 1 Ii contests were: Julia Anne Oglesby, : QUARTERSrJIILI: : 4 SHOPPING :4fr'!r ''
Friday. Paul Schuck, Nora Oglesby and
I Phyllis Etherton. I 4* INVEST PALM BEACH: M _

Miss Ruth Gomez, of New Orleans -'I Pictures were taken of the children 4-
visited her aunt, Mrs. F. M.i at the close of the party. A \ 4f

Rodriguez, last week. !I Individual favors were given to ."'" .,-...."". ..;.. ':" .'.-......,.'.: 4*
-- 'f -
> C
I Ii i <" .
.: ,
each of the children. Birthday cake, 6 --; : :
Miss Mary Snell, Lefty Baker and'" ? .-T- ,", ,,'
i lice cream and punch were servedto 4*
attended the ball I .'. : .
Archie Black game
4 !j'
I at Fort Myers Sunday afternoon. I : Rhunnelle McGehee, Mayme } ,'. -. .MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE. f
I [Johnson Nora Oglesby Julia Anne '
,II I Oglesby, Bobby Spicer, Nancy : } = ,
,I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller, of Can-f WHILE WAITING. REST IN !
Wright Jacqueline McKenzie, Eu-
.:t' Point, were business visitors inPpLrwiston gene McKenzie, Margaret VonMach, 44- y -.; SOFT EASY CHAIRS. DON'TWORRY 44

_,\\ Monday. Sue VonMach Mary Louise Thomas, '
i J. F. McLure, Jr., spent the weekend Joan Ethel ton, Phyllis Etherton, ,Y -

1 here. Mrs. McLure accompanied Charley Anne D'Arsey, Elizabeth 44 .' -' LEAVE THEM HEREIN 44 -
; -
Grace Ward Mathew McKenzie .
Wynn -
him back to Ocala Monday.
i I Ii Harold Broderick, Fay Lou 44- ::} OUR Cl.REREST ROOMS t *, -

Captain Richardson Selee spent], Mitchell, Paul Schuck, Margie Allen +
: -i -
, t t Monday and Tuesday in Jackson- Teddie Bob Johnson, Jerry :44 : ..., J tFOR LADIES AND GENTS; -i_
Boswell LaDeen : .
: :: --
ville business.
on : ? 's -- .

f,; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch returned GRACE WARD CELEBRATES 44 .; _.
; Monday from a,. visit of a few EjIRTHDAY WITH PARTY 4f

weeks in Winter Haven and Daytona 43* '
; Beach. Mrs. A. O. Ward .entertained, Saturday -- TAKE: A RAMBLE OVER THE } .

I'i' Miss Eunice Meredith is spendingsome honoring afternoon her daughter with a Grace lawn: Ward_party, 44 STORE AND SEE THE. MANY .. 44- ". __.

, time in Jacksonville visiting: who was celebrating her sixth birthday NEW\ :BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN ''
1: her sister, Mrs% R. H. Rowan and Mrs. Ward was assisted duringthe 44-
t. family. afternoon by Miss Mildred Ward: LIVING ROOM, BED ROOM,

;f I ---.- and Miss Dorothy Hare. 44: t = DINING ROOM SUITS ALSO :44::
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bruce and -
I 'children Dean and 'Sara, of Ocala including Many lively Fish games Pond< were with played favors 44: i _- NEW MODERN METAL FURn: _

were visiting friends here this week for all the little guests.A : : NITURE IN BRIGHT COLORS .,

I! for several days. color scheme of pink and green 44 ) '=f AND CHROMIUM I'V'
and ; FINISH. 414- ,.
'i ft'this used in the decorations
Richard Bestor l week for ----s--- ,.
I Gainesville 'where he is beginning carried out in the refreshments of 44 --- ",-' NEW STYLES., {''"
i his second year of study at the Uni- ice cream cups and cookies. : +,
versity of Florida. The invitation list included: Shir- 4. .
ley Moon, Mayme Johnson Margie Free To The Glades On Our
I '. ( Delivery ,Own Trucks: ) &
Allen, Lou Mitchell, Annette 44 ,
Gayle McFadden, of Ocala :was \Fay\ .
business visitor here on Monday Simpson Harriet Alston; Marjorie 44 NO CARRYING CHARGE '_,. '- .. EASY TERMS +: __, "
I ?d Tuesday. He stopped with Mr. McCracken Carline Berner, Bobby .

r ; ".and: Mrs. C. Littlejohn, Berner Nora Oglesby, Nancy 44 9.A.....
f Wright, Jo Anne Crouch, Shirley ..

I I. 'I' daughter Mr. and, Martha'Mr ,D.of A.Lake Harris:Worth and, Ann Lawler Owen, Sue Lois VonMach Echols, Corrine Mary Louise Von ""o+. +++++ J?'++++++++++ of, rr1F"y.,... .J'o.. ++++++ .;.pr.1i... ,., +++++. ++4-

t '.: visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mc- Thomas, Jean Yenawine, Peggy
, Geachey for several days last week. Mach, Eleanor VonMach Rachel
f\ Miner, Skippy Cothern Joe Schroe-

R t, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- der, Jr., Jack Davis Kim Kolstad :i: :. "
I\ berg Mis. Clyde Byrd and Mrs. G. Bobby Lawler, Kay Bowden, Solon ... ::: :
I I : ..
; E. Smith visited in"est Palm Beach Mills, E. C. Mills, Jr., Harry .y. .
;..1 j Tuesday afternoon. Vaughn Jr., Charles Miner Jr., z ..z.'t' .z' ,t.

> Frank Martin--and R. L. Sisson Richard., Richard Knight Simpson, Bill-Mrs.McCracken.Jr. Keathley, ::y;:: :i 2: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;c: :i_:

I .J W. P. A. engineer. West Palm I Bowden Mrs. B. E. Herring Mrs. x fx
: i : Beach were here Wednesday on busi D. J. Schroeder, Mrs. W. L. Beacom ..t..z.:. .?:. .A:.
and Mrs. Richard Knight. Y
ness. Xf Y '
i, ij Ay ', ,2, f
Mrs. Albert Hall has returned CHILDREN ATTEND PARTY FOR Av v Ay
from a visit of several days with her, LARRY ROYAL'S BIRTHDAY AV A ;

E f I I f parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Arch- .z,t,, .y.t. .. ,..
I aid in Fort, Myers. I i Larry Royal celebrated his sixth ,:, .. r .. .,z.,
I birthday Wednesday afternoon with I A A k'k'H VA:
Grover Poole spent Saturday i a party at the home of Jiis parents, I : VA
night in Clewiston. Mrs. Poole' and 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Royal at Lake .t.'t' ,'.
son John returned with him to Harbor and entertained thirty-four Xf 'z. ..
Ocala Sunday morning where they children from Clewiston, South Bay f xf
I ',' fx
SrfU make their home. and Lake Harbor. .. z'I
l Following a delightful hour of : :!: ; ::
I ,. ,.. :.: ;
\' Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Boswell and I games and stories in which Mrs. I'I ff : Xv'"
;' daughter, Jerry, left this week for Royal was assisted by Miss Gene- vv : AX
'I i Pensacola where Mr. Boswell will; vieve Brown, :Mrs. F. M., Wright 'vv' r .f.
be connected with the Navy Depart- I Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. A. O. I 'yA' ,, Y z.
: ment. ; Ward, ice cream, cake and lollypops i a'2i .t.fxi 'z.yt
'were distributed to the chIldren as-

'I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Newton, of sembled on the lawn. :i: :i: .;, ::
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I I are the parents of an eight ; Peggy Lawler, Grace Ward Shirley ,z. '' .:, ..:. -
; pound boy born Friday, September Owen Nancy Wright, Jo Ann .z. 'i' .z.z., .
27. ;Crouch Carline Berner, Mary' Louise Ay AV i V:

-- Thomas; Fay Lou Mitchell, E. C. I' ..z., '' .z AY, '.
Mrs. J. M. Fulton left Wednesday Mills Jr., Bruce Beardsley, .and "f z 'z.
for Avon Park and Munice, Ind., af- ;'Kim Kolstad. Ay Xv AV
ter a visit of several weeks here I ,AV. ,
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with her daughter, Mis. J. F. Mc-I :MRS.: LEYDIG HOSTESS TO z .z.
Lure, Jr., and Mr. McLure. I MEETING OF LADIES AID. YY tf Xx
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Cole are the I i The October meeting of the Clew- I +
parents of a nine and a. half pound iston Ladies Aid Society was held at At
baby girl born at Moore Haven Saturday the home of Mrs. I. D. Leydig Thurs-' ;:i: :;: Pay The Balance Like Rent 1::;_: :::

......-::, at the home of Mrs. Cole'4arents day afternoon 'with Mrs. Leah Spicer 'z' z
i Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sum assistant hostess. After the transaction :i:: :;:: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :i: ::
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I -- social hour was enjoyed. Cookies 2
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and and fruit punch were served by.
daughter, LaDeen, returned Sunday. the hostess to twenty-three members U Clewiston Home Building Association n
, afternoon from Fort Myers, where I:and visitors.
! Mr. Peters has been confined to the;' The November meeting will bet ''

I hospital recuperating from a recent; held at the Clewiston Inn with Mrs. .'z".:. .z.:.z: PHONE 102 ..z!','i',r.; '
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A dog which has not set foot on

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SHIFTING SANDS from the Norwegian tanker South

Africa. It. is a short-haired chow,

which was purchased In China by J '

the master of ,the vessel, Capt. J. v"Darn.
If the pet were allowed to
land In any port it would,be placedin
by .JP quarantine. He gets plenty of
exercise on deck and has been
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taught tricks by the crew, but has
forgotten Just how It feels to have
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SYNOPSIS Jason had had an orphaned (niece said but what she had withheld that try town-a creature starved for

out In the Middle West-his sister's accused her. breath of outlook and social opportunity -

The future of the still youthful chIld-a girl In her early twenties, Marcia Howe was no masquerader, I It was disconcerting to discover
and comely "Widder" MarcIa Howe, and Marcia had Invited her to the and until this moment the hypocrisyshe ., that she was none of these things.
recently released by death from her Island for a visit. had practiced had demanded no Well, If she was' chagrined, there tv' -
Idling, selfish husband. Is conversational .
tit-bit among: housewives of In fact Sylvia was expected today. sustained acting. Little by little more- was consolation In seeing that the girl
the little hamlet of Wilton. Eligible That was why a bowl of pansies over, the pricking of her consciencehad : was equally discomfited. '

bachelors and widowers also are interested stood upon the table In the big bed- been forgotten. Miles of distance, I. As she approached Marcia, she accosted -

room at the head ,of the stairs, and years of silence! separated her from her uncertainly with the words:
why Its fireplace was heaped with Jason's relatives and It had been easy I
me. 1 am looking for a
CHAPTER II2 driftwood ready for lighting That to allow the deceit If deceit It haj i
-a Mrs. Howe. You don't hap-
was also the reason Marcia now stood been, to stand. "
pen to know.do you-
But now those barriers to be ,7
critically surveying preparations.She were .
In the meantime, Marcia Howe, the "I'm Marcia.
was especially iesirous the old broken: down and she suddenly realized
heroine of this escapade, comfortably "But I th.Q"iight-1 expected gaspedthe
ensconced In her island homestead, home should look Its hest today, for that to keep up the fraud so artlessly girl. '
the outside world had contributed n begun was going to be exceedingly
piid scant heed to the fact that she "And 1 thought-I expected-" Marcia -
richness of setting that left her mum difficult. She was not a clever dis-
and her affairs were continually: on the' mimicked gaily.
to live to. Sylvia had never seen sembler.
tongues of the outlying community. For
a moment. they looked searchingly
If she had followed her usual
the She must love it. But cus
She was not I Ignorant of It, for her Into another's face then
one laughed..
Intuitive sixth sense made berII would she? That was to he the test. torn and been open with Jason's sister,
the dilemma in which she now found "Fancy having an aunt like you I"
a aware her goings and comings were There was room money, affection ,
exclaimed the Incredulous
would have arisen. Sylvia
watched. This knowledge, however, enough for two.beneath the Homestead never
It roof and alone In the Granted that her motive had been a "And fancy having a niece like THEY SHOW
far from nettling her, as might have Sylvia was "
had It not been audaciousto you !
Moreover Marcia felt od.l worthy one
world. ,
done had she been a woman blessed an
make of herself god and withhold "Well, all I can Is I'm glad 1
a say
toward Jason.
with less sense of humor, afforded her sense of obligation At
infinite amusement. She valued her the price of his life he had given her from Margaret Uayden facts she had came," was the girl's retort. "I wasn't THESE SIGNSNervousness
her freedom. It had every right to know, facts that he- : altogether sure I should be when I
kindly, If Inquisitive neighbors at their back was a royal
" longed to her? Such burdens were started east. I said to myself: 'Sylviayou Constipation
true worth ; and met the world witha gift and she owed him something In '....
smile singularly free from hard- return. given human beings to bear, not to es- are taking a big chance. You may and Poor Appetite, ( :;

ness or cynicism. She was too honest to pretend she cape from. But if with mistaken kindness Just be wasting your money.' check'their diets for this all'

Bitter though her experience hal hadloved him or mourned his loss. she had been guided by a pygmy, i "You may still find It's been wasted." I important,3-purp08e vitamin
It too'' "No I shan't. I know It ha i
short-sighted philosophy. was already ?
been, It had neither taken: from, nor, Soon after the beginning of their life
late, reflected Marcia, for her to been well spent announced the girl. O
miraculously, had It dimmed her'faith together, she had, discovered he was:: rem- Many are nervous, poor in appetite,
edy her error In Judgment.But "Walt until you see where you're system out of order, because their: daily
In her particular star. On the con- not at all the person she had supposedhim. (
niece? diets lack enough of the precious Vita-
trary there still glowed In her gray The gay recklessness which had going. min B for
keeping fit.
eyes that sparkle of anticipation one so completely bewitched her and which With her coming threadbare, all he arguments "I am going to ParadIse-I'm 'certain Few things keep them back like alack::
sees In the eyes of one who stands* she had thought to be manliness! had Marcia had worn for and of It. The glimpses I've had of of this protective food element.

a-tiptoe on the threshold of adven been mere bombast and bravado. At against the exposure of Jason's true the ocean from the train have con- So ,'ivc everyone Quaker Oats every

ture. Apparently she had In her na bottom he was a braggart-small, cow- character presented themselves afresh. vinced me of that. 'Do you live where morning. Because in addition to its generous -

ture an unquenchable spirit of hope ardly, purposeless ship without a you can see It, Aunt Marcia?' Will It supply of Vitamin B for keeping
fit, it furnishes food-energy, muscle and
be nearby? "
that nothingcould destroy. She was rudder.
body-building ingredients. For about MC
still young and the highway of life, Endowed with good looks and a "I shall not tell you one thing," MarcIa per dish.

" alluring In rosy mists, beckoned her devil-may-care charm, he had called replied. "At least only one, and Start serving it tomorrow for a 2-weeks
[:' along Its mysterious path with per her his star and pleaded his need of that Is that 1 flatly refuse to be Aunt i test. Quaker Oats has a wholesome, nut-

t- suasive hand. her, and she had mistaken pity for Marcia to you I It makes me feel like like, luscious appeal to the appetite.

" Her start, she confessed, had been love and believed that to help guidehis sA lYY Methuselah. I really haven't that Flavory, surpassingly good. All grocers
an unpropItious one. But starts foundering craft Into port was a amount of dignity."

o sometimes were like that ; and did not heaven-sent mission. "Ah. now my last weak, waverlujdoubt IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT. .

the old adage affirm that a bad be- Alas, she had over-estimated both Is vanished.: Not only am I gladI i.-. Ic worth of

,', ginning made for a fair ending her own power and his sincerity. Jason came but I wish I'd come before." n u
Quaker Oats
:' Furthermore, the error had been had no real desire to alter hU r She saw a shadow flit across her

, her own. She had been;free to choose conduct. Instead, day by day he o aunt's face. equals
' and she had chosen unwisely. Why slipped lower, and lower and, unableto : "You weren't asked until now," observed \01 3 cakes of Fresh Yeasl

: whine about It? One must be a sport aid him or prevent disaster, she'had! Marcia with cryptic brevity.

r and play the game. She was older been forced to look on. ii4" "That wouldn't have mattered.. HadI -i.i Ve

t. now and better fitted to look after her. Her love for him was dead, and her known what you were like. I should

self than she had been at seventeen. self-conceit was dealt a humiliatingblow. have ,come without an Invitation." Quaker and Mother's Oats are the same
r Only a fool made the same blunder In spite of herself, Marcia smiled.

" .., twice, and if experience had been a Sometimes she reproached herself + "Here'a the car," she answerer).

r. pitiless teacher. )It had also been a for the' tragedy 'and, scrutinizing the I"4p94 I !/\ "What about your trunk Religious Liberation

I.'. helpful and convincing one. past, wondered whether she might not "I didn't bring one." London has a Society for Libera-

The past with Its griefs Its humiliations have prevented, Had she done her (TO BE CONTINUED) tion of Religion from State Patron-

Its heartbreak, its failure lay be- full part ; been as patient sympathetic age.

' hind-the future all before her. It understanding as she ought lo Saliva of Anteaters Is
\ was hers-hers She would be wary have been Did his defeat lie at her
' V Ir Used Instead of TeethThe ...
( what she did with It and never again door

:.. would she squander It for dross. With the honesty characteristic of most Interesting thing about a ITCHING Sod SCASCALP\.

If there lingered deep within her her, she could not see that It did. She true South American anteater Is Its

;', heart vague, unsatisfied yearnings. might no doubt, have played her role saliva. Next Is !ts long and very com-

, Marcia resolutely held over these filmy better. One always' could If given a Lc ical snout, which doesn't at all seem

': Imaginings a tight rein. To be busy- second chance. Nevertheless she had to belong to sturdy, heavy legs such as

! that was her gospel. She never al- tried, tried with every ounce of it has.
lowed herself to remain Idle for She Had Thought of Sylvia Haydenas South Amer- ALl;) -q.\S1
any strength In her-tried and failed True anteaters live In OAS
Farm-Bred, ,the Product of an AgrC ,
great length of time.' Like an athlete Well, it' was too' late for regrets now Inland, Country Town. ica. The chief quality which they all 'fIEs

, set to run a race, she gloried In her Such reflections belonged to the past have In common Is their toothlessness, Most scalp troubles Involve a parasite of

physical strength. and she must put them behind her as Should she deceive.the girl as she hai notes a writer in the St. Louis GlobeDemocrat some kind a.living organism that causesinfection

'; Today, as she moved swiftly about useless, morbid abstractions Her her mother? Oh' should she tell her But they seem to be none crust, thin with and resulting falling hair.itch Here, scales, at,

k: the house and her deft hands made back was set against the twilight ; shy I the truth? the worse for ,their lack of teeth, because -, last,is-a treatment that not only destroysthe

tidy the rooms, she had that sense of was facing the, dawn-the dawn with 1 She was still pondering the question they have a very sticky, very done.parasite It Is Dr.but Porter's helps repair Antiseptic the damage Heal-

being I In step ,with the world. Thee its promise of happier things. when the train, with Its single car practical sort of saliva and long, efficient ing Oil and it works wonders in correct-

. morning, crisp with an easterly breeze She had (paid for her folly-It In- came to a stop beside the platform. tongues. almost ing scalp instantly.and sKin Softens troubles.and Stops removes itch

:.; had stirred the sea Into a swell that deed folly It had been. Now with Three passengers descended.The When they are not In use, the crust. Cleansesand stimulates thewhole
scalp, making It white and wholesomeand
rose rhythmically In measureless optimism .and courage she looked 'fear- first was a ;young Portuguesewoman tongues of ant bears, chief among promoting growth of new hair.
: .' breathing Immensity far away to its lessly forward, That 'was why, as she dark of face, and carrying a South American anteaters, are tucked Dr..Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil Is

M, clear-cut,. sapphire horizon. The sands caught up her hat, a smile curled jier bulging bag from which protruded gay neatly into a roll In their mouths. For made Bromo by Quinine the makers and is of sold Grove's by all Laxative drug-

" had never glistened more white; the bits of embroidery. the purpose, their long snouts and gists at 30c and 60c with guarantee of

i;,.' surf never curled at her doorway In B lips.The house did I look pretty: the di> Behind her came a slender, blue sticky tongues are 'admirably practical. satisfaction or money back.

,; prettier,. more feathery line. From the was glorious. She was a-tlngle with eyed girl, burdened not only with her So, for that matter, are the stocky

Point, where her snowy domains dipped eagerness to see what it might bring own suit-case but with a basket ap legs and stout claws with which the ROLL DEVELOPED

Into more turbulent waters, she could Calling Prince Hal, she stood before parently belonging' to a wee, wizenedold ant hills are torn open so that the long 8 Guaranteed Prints

hear the grating roar of pebbles mingle him. lady who followed her. tongue may worm Itself Into the heartof ONE ENLARGEMENT 25c.

: with the crash of heavier breakers. "Take good care of the house old "Now we must find Henry," the girl the ant colony. i lACK RABBIT COMPANY,Spartanburff C.

It all spoke to her of homehomeas man," she admonished, as she pattedhis was saying In a clear but gentle voice. Relatives of the sloth: ant bears are

she had known It from childhoodas silky head. '"I'll be home soon. "Of course he'll be here. Look 1 Isn'tthat too lazy to fight unless necessary, but

her father and her father's father Obeying her he lay down with paws he-the man just driving up in a when they are cornered and annoyed Pleasant

had known It. The salt of deep buried extended, the keeper of the Home- car? 1 guessed as much from your they have an unpleasant hug and the Quick,

caserns was In her veins ; the chant stead. descrIption. You need not have wor scratch of their powerful claws Is to
'.' of the ocean echoed the of her Successful
beating : While she paced the platform at ried you see. Good-by, Mrs. Doane. be respected. Ordinarily, the ant bear

own heart. Sawyer Falls, the nearest station Marcia I hope you'll have a lovely visit with keeps bls' claws doubled under his

Lonely? fidgeted. She had never seen any your son." feet, but when he fights he wields be frank-there's only one
If she needed anything it' was a com- of Jason's family. At first a desultory The little old lady smiled up at her. them very effectively. way for your body to ,rid itself of
panion to whom to cry: "Isn't It correspondence had taken place be "Good-by, my dear. You'\e taken the waste materIal that causes acid-
glorious to be alive?" and she alreadyhad tween him and his, sister ity, gas, headaches, bloated feelings
Margaret ; care of me like: as If you'd been my Mile of Mound and 'a dozen other discomforts.Your .
such a one.
then gradually It had died a natural own daughter. 1 ain't much used tojauntln' That the Mound Builders showed Intestines must function and

Never was there such a comrade as death-the result, no doubt, of his Indolence about, and It frets me. Are, considerable partiality to Ohio as a the way to make them move quickly -

I'rince Hal! and neglect. When the let. your folks: here? If not, I'm sure residential region is evidenced by the pleasantly, successfully, without
'. Human beings often proved themselves ters ceased coming, Marcia bad let Henry wouldn't mind-" more than 12,000 places within the griping or harsh Irritants Is to chewa
incapable of grasping one an matters take their course. Milnesla Wafer thoroughly, in accordance -
"Oh, somebody'll turn up to meet me, I limits of the state where these early
other's moods-but he? Never! with directions on the bot-
She had written Margaret a short Airs. Doane. I'll be all right.. Good- i Inhabitants! left testimonials. It. has
She would never want for a welcome note after his death and had receiveda tle or tin, then swallow.
by. been estimated that their early pro-
i Wafers milk of
while he had strength to wag his reply expressing such genuine griefIt Then as Marcia watched, she saw ductions, If placed side by side In a magnesia in tablet form pure each equiv-

white plume of tall ; nor lack affection had more than ever convinced her the lithe young creature stoop suddenly i continuous line, would exceed more alent to a tablespoon of liquid milk '

so long as he was able to race up that her course had been the wise and and kiss the withered cheek: than 300 miles. Moreover, It Is estimated of magnesia, correct acidity, bad "

the beach and race back again to hurl generous one. What troubled her The next instant she was swinging that the productions of the breath, flatulence, at their source,
himself upon her with his sharp staccato most In the letter had been its out up the platform.The Mound Builders contain at least 30,- and enable you to have the quick, '

yelp of joy. pouring of sympathy for herself. She slim figure In Its well-tailored 000,000 cubic yards of earth or stone pleasant', successful elimination so

Oh she was worlds" better off with detested subterfuge and us she read blue suit ; the trimly shod feet'; the and that It would require 1,000 labor- necessary to abundant health

Prince Hal than if. she were linkedup sentence after sentence which should small nat so provokingly tilted over the ers, each one working: 300 days In the Milnesla. Wafers corM in bottlesat tins
:33c; and COe or In
with someone of her own genu have meant so much and In reality bright eyes, the wealth of golden curls, year, a century to complete these at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof
who could not understand. meant so little, the knowledge that that escaped from beneath ,it all shat- earthen edifices, or It would take 300- physicians. All good druggists
.esldes., she was not going to be she had not been entirely; frank 'had tered Marcia's calculations. She had 000 laborers one year to accomplish carry them. Start using these pleas-

aloue. She had decided to try an ex- brought with it an uncomfortable senseof thought of Sylvia Hayden as farm the same result.-Cleveland Plain ant tasting effective wafers today.

guilt. It was not what she had bred-the product of an Inland, coun Dealer. 1

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II' Landlady '(sternly)=Yes;' her got1' up 'I Always a good beginning, this
an hour ago; drank his bath and went '
youthful tailored collar on the simple -
back :t'Q ,bed., _. .:. yoke makes: a demure foil forth
'> Western N.wetxper On! dainty softness of the bodice.
Tricks of a Tenant The prettiness of the 'chIc frock is
The Hayeses were discussing their' '
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l neighbors.: 'sleeve-or it may puff, If 'you prefer.
THE FEATHERHEADS .wm :r:: .... Driven to Iti "Does Freeman own'his bouse, or "The'' results; area' (. satisfying' you'llfind

_c. 'does he rent- It?" she asked. It real fun .to run np this little:

,-BJT! I NEVER 1 I GLJESS FELIX O ,"Oh he rents it.""replied hubby. dress in':a dainty'printed silk 'or cot-
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An old lady was being shown overt week-old baby lay In his crib rlage.v; '.; 1
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After Inspecting the Interior of the from heaven?" nskeu Ralph. Practical Viewpoint I

vessel she came out on deck .again and "Yes, son." :: Teacher-" Robert; If you 'are always
00 noticed the long gun. "No wonder they put-him.. out.... ."- '' ". 'kind and \polite to' yourplaymates,
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wet t:. when you submerge?" she asked Natural Ability Robert-A.lot of "' m'I1 think they

her guide, ,a Cockney sailor."Lor1 Ambitious-I'm going to be an avi ':3,1'1 lick'he.-Cappeis.'Weekly} ,
luv yer, mum, no," he replied. ator. I've been aIr-minded for 'years
"When we submerge, two sailors are Rambunctious' guess I'll be a garage -
His Guess
ILL =L told to hold umbrellas over it." man. I've been towheaded all
Teacher-Who knows what a grudge
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Miss Cheesenibbler-Do you love me, I I Mother-Doctor, I suppose CLUCK;,CLUCK : I '.: ::_-,,Pupil. ,J-I That's.." '. : ;where: _,' :..l. you, .keep, -. ;a, .car. 0e

dear? :you will be getting a good fee for at- cv ,
Mr. Cheesesnatclier More than, my tending little James Robey-the familyare Appreciation/ '
cheese. ::, ', '. ,so rich? .I "You have some, remarkable paint-
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art'' de'al4f'sal ld i beyJfe old 'masters,
.1i Up to the moment when the ceremony you send 'us your next bill you'll bear :
'[ began the bridegroom kept on In mind that It was our Elmer that .I but tOjiny! ; J eye, some, ,.of them, look as ,
I insisting thatSg wasn't frightened. throwed the brick that hit James.- good as ri9w." .. -j '
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audible.At A Choice Anyway .
the reception later he asked one Learned Too Late PWA Camper-1 tro''t ill.efhis': : beef.t's !

of his pals, "Could you hear me all It'oss-Were you scared at the time : ![ "so'_ tough- I) can't!chew j i It. ; Don'ta ,,r
right?" of your wedding? First Commuter-Ilow are you mak fellow have any choice here?
"Ilear you?, echoed the pal. ,"We Joss-Yes, but I've learned since ing, out with your chicken[ farming! ; Helper-Yes; you can take It.or" lea'eIt.I'ath
couldn't e\en"bvexhe"ar"Vou'rr! =Cleveland ':: that I was not nearly as scared as I Second Commuter find It bard l1 er Magazine.
Plsln Dealer. should have been. scratching..

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I turned the wheel so that the fear NOTICE ment on the part of said Grantee to indemnify meeting on October 7, .
Goodno Wreck- Notice Is hereby given that the following said City and hold it harmless 1935.M. W. BIGG,
1 struck a side blow. Had he failed to ordinance was adopted on first reading by against any and all liability, loss, cost, City Clerk.
: do this there might have been several the,City Commission of the City of Clewis- damage 'or expense whloh may accrue to
( ton on October 3, 1935. said city by reason of the neglect, default ,
(Continued from page 1) killed in his car. KILL NO. 25 or misconduct of the Grantee in the
'! Although all of the ,occupants of ORDINANCE NO. 25 construction, location operation or maintenance IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .THE
A coroner's jury In charge of this car with the exception of the WATER COMPANY A CORPORATION hereunder. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY -

County Judge H. A Rider, of La- three Ham\ton children, were badly ORGANIZED AND EXISTING SUCCESSORSAND UNDER THE Section V That all water pipes, storage COUNTY.
and LAWS OF FLORIDA ITS tanks and appurtenances constructed under DIVORCE
empannelled as quickly injured, they are resting well RIGHT, PRIVILEGEOR
Belle, was ASSIGNS THE this grant shall be constructed and
as possible and examined a number on the road to recovery at this time FRANCHISE FOR THE PERIOD MAIN-OF maintained In accordance with established EDWARD SCHUMANN, 'N.\" -'
THIRTY YEARS TO CONSTRUCT practice with respect to public water works Plaintiff; (
Bruises'and cuts from flying glass
of witnesses including the conductor TAIN AND OPERATE IN. UNDER, UPON, construction and maintenance. vs.
one white passenger named covered the bodies of all five but the OVER AND ACROSS THE PRESENT AND Section VI, That the Grantee agrees to MIRIAM SCHUMANN,
FUTURE STREETS VENUES make, promptly, such extensions to Its Defendant
All ol more serious Injuries were as follows -
Brltton and several negroes. HIGHWAYS BRIDGES. EASEMENTS AND existing facilities as may be required by ORDER OF PUBLICATION
their stories coincided as to the : OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF one or more customers! or prospective customers I STATE OF FLORIDA, TO MIRIAM: SCHUMANN -
provided that If the to
lime and manner of the accidents. Mrs. Poff, fractured pelvis. Mr. CESSORS, PIPE LINES FOR SUPPLYING be erl\ed therefrom shall not revenues afford a You are hereby commanded to file your
The inquest was adjourned follow- Poff-;* severe bruises and cuts, the WATER TOGETIIER WITH ALL THE fair and reasonable return on the cost written appearance personally or by at-
NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE APPURTEN- of I torney In said! cause at the Court House
ing the examination and, the bodies worst of which ran from the fore- ANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPLYING service providing, then the and Grantee rendering shall the be required permitted In LaBPlIe. Florida, in the office of the

reconvened in LaBelle at ten o'clockSunday head in a straight line half around WATER TO SAID CITY AND ITS to, and Is hereby authorized to, exact Clerk of said Court, on or before Monday,
THE INHABITANTS THEREOF the 4th day of November 1935 and there-
from such customer or customers such
morning, the jury returninga I' his head and required seventeen AND TO PERSONS AND CORPORA- cash advances minimum guarantees, service after to file with said Clerk, your ,written
verdict of "unavoidable accident." I stitches to close. He lost a great TIONS BEYOND THE LIMITS THEREOF guarantees or other arrangements as defenses, If any, to the Bill of Complaint
COMMERCIAL USE, filed In said suit at the tlm a prescribedby
will enable the Grantee to earn a fair and
Kirkland Hinsen Pinchart and amount of blood. law, which Bill of Complaint for divorce
FIRE PROTECTION AND OTHER PUR- reasonable return on the cost of providingand -
McGowan have all been employedby } Reginia Poll, severe gash over the j' POSES. AND IMPOSING PROVISIONSAND I rendering the required service. dav of was October filed, by 1935.the Plaintiff, this 3rd
CONDITIONS RELATING THERETO Section VII That the rates fixed by the
the government as laborers on a I!forehead running down across the ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMUISSI6 Grantee from time to time shall at all I It Is further ordered that this' Noticebe

rip-rap crew. They had gone to La- bridge of the nose under the eye. A \ OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, times be just and reasonable and shall be published of In the circulation Clewiston News a
newspaper general published -
Belle from Clewiston, picked up the I slight concussion. FLORIDA: subject to regulation by such public body at Clewiston, Florida, once a week for
Section I. That there Is hereby grantedto I as mad at any time be charged with the
four consecutive weeks prior to November
two Willis girls, the Dees and the Mrs. Hampton, both bones broken I I GLADES WATER COMPANY, a cor- I duty to regulate water rates. 4, 1935. '

Thigpin girls and were headed west in the ,left forearm, three broken poration organized and existing under the I Section VIII That said City agrees to DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle Hencty -
i laws of Florida, Its successors and assigns sass all ordinances necessary or suitable
Florida this the 3rd of
County, day
toward Clewiston when the accident ribs, a broken nose. Badly gashed (herein called the Grantee), the I I I both for the protection of the rights and October, A. D., 1935.

occurred. It was evident that the and bruises over face and shoulders. I right, privilege or franchise for the full property of the said Grantee and to enable (SEAL) WILLIAM T HULL
trainin period of thirty ((30) years from the date I I aid Grantee to enforce any of its reason- As Clerk of the Circuit Court
failed to
driver either see I Mr. Hampton, bad gash on lip -
of acceptance hereof to construct, maintain able rules and regulations for the manage- Hendry County, Florida.A .
time to slow down or was 10 and chin requiring seven stiches to and operate In, under, upon, over ment of its business and the operation and true copy. -
and across the present and future streets, control of service hereunder, and to pass ATTEST
the :
crowded with five people in close a broken nose and bone chip-
avenues, alleys highways, bridges, ease- :ny ordinance or ordinances that may be WILLIAM T. HULL .
front seat that he was unable to ped under right eye though the ments and other public places In the City necessary or suitable in order to fully confirm As Clerk of said Court. ,
of Clewiston. Florla'a, and its successors, to said Grantee the rights herein or Clewiston, Florida,
apply the brakes. A pick-up truck sight of the was not impaired.The J. M. LOUSE
eye. all the Intended: so to be.
pipe lines, together with necessary hereby granted or Solicitor for Plaintiff.
was parked on the right side of the' bodies of the two 'victims or desirable appurtenances for the Section, IX That when any portion of a Pub Oct 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov 1.
waiting for the purpose of supplying water to said City street Is excavated by the Grantee in the
road with lights on, were taken from the wreckage and
location relocation of of its pipesor
and Its successors, the Inhabitants thereof or any
train to move and it is believed that placed in a garage in LaBelle over- and persons and corporations beyondthe I other facilities or appurtenances, the I I:'IMNI.:NN:11:I.:NN:..;NN;..;"i.;NNNNNN. . :..:X11. :
the limits thereof, for domestic and com- portion of the street so excavated shall,
the driver of the coupe,. : night. Funeral services for the i X
mercial use, fire protection and other within a reasonable time and as early as
truck had only halted beside the i'Thigpen' girl were held Sunday aft- purposes. This grant Is made In con- practicable after such excavation, be replaced I; New and Used .. -

road sounded his horn and started ernoon at Ortona and for the Willis sideration of the construction, mainten- in as good condition as It was at y
ance and operation of the water pipes and the time of such excavation.
'past, never seeing' the train in spiteof i girl, daughter of Rev. W. W. Willis appurtenances by the Grantee herein I Section X. That failure on the part of |:;: FURNITURE _: -
truck's lights for the benefits and : the Grantee to comply in any substantial
the fact that the ; of Fort Denaud, at Fort Denaud. provided for./ind; .
conveniences to the Inhabitants of the I respect with any of the provisions of this : .-
were shining directly on it. The car 'It is understood that the Kirkland forfeitureof
said City as a result thereof. franchise shall be grounds for a 1
was estimated to have been travel boy was also buried at Fort Denaud, Section II. That the City of Clewiston this grant but no' such forfeiture shall

ling between fifty and sixty miles his former; home. 'I after Florida the, hereby expiration reserves of this the grant right,, to at pur-and take riety, effect thereof if is the protested reasonableness by the or Grantee prop- :I;=: BELLE GLADE :_:

per hour and apparently there was At the point where the accident I chase the property of the Grantee used until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith

no effort made to apply the brakes. took place the Hendry-Glades county i such under part or In of connection such property with as this the said grant City or shall( have the right found of appeal that said In either Grantee party has) |:: FURNITURE COMPANY. :!_:

The bursted gasoline tank and a i line runs down the center of the of Clewiston may desire to purchase, at a failed to comply In a substantial respect ?

bursted manifold showed why the highway. For this reason there was I valuation deslrod, which of the valuation property,real shall and be personal fixed by, chise with any and of Grantee the provisions shall have of six this months fran- I:;: Belle Glade Florida ::
car had caught fire so quickly. The I some doubt as" to which county I arbitration as may be provided by law, after the final determination of the ques- ***

car was tel scop.ed. should have charge of the investigation and as a condition precedent to the taking tion forfeiture to make shall good result the, with default the before right in a :t: Next Door To Theatre :;
effect of this grant, the Grantee.shall, and
All of the occupants of the Belle I which was finally conductedby does hereby, give and grant to the said the City Commission, at its discretion, to x ;
acMltlonal time to the Grantee for
Glade. car were brought to Moore the Hendry county officials. City of Clewiston the right to purchase'so grant compliance. :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:::
reserved and the Grantee shall be
Haven and treated in the emergency I deemed to have given and granted such Section XI. That the Grantee Is here-

hospital by Dr. E. R. Morlan. Hampton LaBELLE NEWS hereof.right of purchase by the act of acceptance by assignments given the of right this and grant authority and of all to rights make

was driving the car with Mr. and I Section III. That water pipes and ap- and privileges hereunder, but all assigneesof ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Mrs. Poff sitting in the front seat purtenances shall be so located or relocated the Grantee and subsequent assignees
shall be bound to the same extent as
with him, Mrs. Poff holding her ,Mr.: and Mrs. Dillon Hall and Mrs. Interfere and so as situated little as and possible constructed with traffic as to original Grantee.

daughter on her lap. -Mrs. Hamptonwith 1 Ernest Davidson motored to Fort over said streets, avenues, alleys, highways, Section XII. This ordinance shall take : E. STEBEL
effect as soon as It shall have been duly C.
bridges and public places and with reas-
her three children were In the Myers Thursday afternoon.- passed and adopted as required by law and
onable means of egress from and Ingress
back seat. They had heard the reports -I Harold Moore of Clewiston visited I to abutting property. The location relocation accepted Section as XIII.required That herein.the Grantee ,herein Electrical Contracting

of the approaching hurricaneand with Miss Athalie Willis Sunday af of all water pipes ana appurtenances shall file Its written acceptance of this
shall be made tnder the supervision -
franchise with the Clerk of the City Com- 2121
were on their way to ,FortMy. ternoon. and with the approval of sucli representative PHONE
mission of the City of Clewiston, Florida,
ers to escape the blow. Mrs. Douglas Thompson was the City of Clewiston as the City, Florida Commission, may designatefor of the within thirty ((30)) days after it shall have PAHO EE, FLORIDA

Mr. Hampton stated that he saw guest of her sister, Mrs. Gene Mills, the purpose but not so as to unreasonably been duly passed and adopted as requiredby

only the light of the car parked on in Clewiston over. last week-end.. interfere with the proper opera- law. Agent for
tion of Grantee's lines and service. Section XIV. That all ordinances and
the other side of the train' until, ash Mrs. Harry Fleming left LaBelle I Section IV. That the City shall In no parts of ordinances In conflict herewithbe GENERAL ELECTRIC

drew closer he saw the top of last week for Perry, where she will way be liable or responsible for 'any accident and the same are hereby repealed. REFRIGERATORSRANGES'AND
or damage that may occur In the Introduced and read In full, and passed
the freight car sillhouetted againstthe teach in the high school there. Mrs. I construction, operation or maintenance by upon first reading without amendment,

sky. His first thought was to Fleming has taught in the LaBelle the Grantee of Its lines and appurtenances upon the 3rd day of October 1935. APPLIANCES
I hereunder, and the acceptance of Said Ordinance will be presented to the
prevent a head-on smash and he High School for several years. this franchise shall be deemed an agree- City Commission for ,final passage at Its


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