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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I VOLUME 0, :NUMBER 30 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 11, 1033 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR

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11 : A. C. L. Begins Laying Ortona Dr. Williams I

II : CONTRACTS TO BE Giving :

Rail To ,Lake HarborAn To Return Here :

: I LET NEXT TUESDAYFOR The 0-0

Atlantic Coast Line work train Dr. D. Jenkins Williams,

EIGHTThe arrived here this week and began By Marjorie B. Wa- 'ace of the Community Church here
DIVISION
: work immediately on the laying of I -- has: been spending the past

heavier tracks between, Clewiston My torch-bearing friend, Kit Bow- months at his former home in

I and Lake Harbor which have been 'den, who brightens the corner where consin, will return here : J

U. S.. Engineer office in Jar k- made necessary by the ever increas- he may be quite effectively, asked and will hold services at the {
I
sonville will receive bids until 2:00 ing vegetable shipments from that I pretty-please for Ortona news as oc- Sunday- evening at 7:45. ;

p. m. Tuesday for furnishing all ''a- section during the trucking season" casion might arise. So here begin- Dr. Williams has been workf !

I bor and materials and performns} The new rails have already been neth the first lesson I this summer on a history 'of

: all work for the excavation of the unloaded and 'distributed over the Welch church in America which :;
I channel in Yesterday I drove out to the job
floodway and navigation line in convenient locations. These be published in book form in
River between for the first time. Ten miles along
1, the Caloosahatchee rails 85 much heavier future. his absence
are pounders the old Moore Haven road from La- near During I :
the Ortona lock and the Thompson than the ,old rails. The' entire road Robert F. Paxton, Jr., has served :
Division 8 in I:he Belle you come upon the Initial ,evi-
cut-off known as
bed will be reconditioned with all supply pastor here. ,
' Flood: dence of Engineer neatness in the
Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee new cross-ties and new rock ballast. No morning service will be
: form of the mail box credited to Doniansen's
project.
Control The work crew will be located Sunday but the Bible class will
The division is divided into four skill as a designer of bird-
here during the six or eight weeksit at 9:45 and Dr. Williams is '
:, 2 3 3-A and 'Is houses; a very nice mail box indeedon
sections, 1, and cr
will require to complete the work. to conduct the class. I
.:' for 8,270,000 cu. yds. of excavatiin, the right of the road. Here you

place measurement. As was the cf se turn right and bump along two

in the'letting of Division 7 on tl'is ; miles of plainly marked woods road

north end of the river project, c( n- FLOOD BOARD' MEETSIN to: the job: At Gappy.Johnson's old CAPT. SELEE

tractors will probably bid on each house boat, now sitting pretty in a

section separately. Some will bid a specially dug base, you find the first :

total amount on the entire job; 01 hers TALLAHASSEEThe activity, for here MacWilliams con- AT TAMPA

,will bid on only one or two sec tract, or part of it, digging the chan-
tions. -- nel, begins. Now you turn left after .-- I :

,., 'Cost of this project is expected to Okeechobee Flood Control crossing a small canal and go along Capt. Richardson Selee of the i :

I be greater than any section soar' Board meeting in Tallahassee Tues- the new traffic road built by ,Spa- S. Engineer 'subofficehere' ;

let because of difficultie.s which, will day ironed out a mass of technical daro to his job. On the other side of guest speaker at the regular ]

be encountered in straighteningkinks detail necessary to put into effect the canal is the fill where the rail- ing of the Tampa Rotary club

in, the river, so numerous Over the plan to have the Federal Gov- road spur track is to be built', from day and in his talk described : :
the ACL tracks to in .materials work which is being done on I
b : bring
this entire division. Engineers :s- ernment take over maintenance requirements -
; timate 'on the cost of this work Las : on the Okeechobee Flood for the lock structure. Okeechobee by the army :

r;' as yet -not been released. Control project. On the site of the job is the sec to prevent future disastrous .

Contract-will also be let next Friday Resident members of the board In ond evidence. Engineer neatness, Capt. Selee returned Thursday
,
October 18, for the removal of I the South Florida area were namedto the best-looking field office ever a business trip of several days
seen in these parts, and one of ration to Tampa and Ocala. The
',' the east, portion of the old locks in confer with property owners in
Moore Haven and all of Lock fo.l I obtaining titles to lands used in which Mr. Broadfoot is reasonably lowing account of his talk is

r 2 at Citrus Center. Work of tearing flood control canal rights of, way, proud.: Up on stilts to buffalo the from Wednesday's Tampa

f. out these structures is not expected and for spoilage areas where dirt rampageous. Caloosahatchee, the Rotarians and their guests

,: to start until the new lock at Moire from the canals could be deposited. building Is painted the regulation ed more about Lake :

's, \ Haven is completed. George B. Hills of Jacksonville government gray, and over its, excellent a few minutes yesterday than :
.t < proportions floating the flags of had learned in a lifetime, as
informed the board the amended
the United States and of the Castles. Richardson Selee, of the ,
: Dr. Ezelle Speaks To Federal Rivers and Harbors Act
States engineer corps, who for
There_ are awnings at the windows
under which the government will
Kiwanis Wednesday' I[ helped make them-and inside as years has been engaged in flood
take.over. maintenance of the
and trol construction at the lake,
compact prim an arrangementof
Okeechobee flood control, would result -
pla'ined the work which is
office old
paraphernalia as any
L in relieving district property
Dr.., J. W. Ezelle, who last week maid could wish. that section safe from future
Owners of about $2,500,000 in cur-
attended a dental convention in flows.
v rent obligations and about $250,000 Among these compact and prim
Tampa, described some of the -le-
Selee described the
Captain
annually in maintenance costs. arrangements were Mr. Broadfoot, '
tails of this convention to fellow "I think this is a great step forward in charge of the work, Jimmie Lof- prevention work in detail,

V Kiwanians at the regular meeting ," said Governor Sholtz who tin and Don Hansen:! busy at the high ed with a mapThe project is
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w of that organization last Wednesday '
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presided ,as chairman of thehoard. draughting- boards, Eddie Bronson, threefourthscomplete. and
.""- 'night. There was no guest speakerfor "It is unprecedented on the partof who seems to be the official.runn'er. $12,000,000 of the'$17,000,000
the evening and the impromptutalk
made Dr. Ezelle the government," said Hills, who around, and a new Inspector, H. C. propriation has been expended. rs."I'
by greatly
was
declared members of the Florida Frankmann from 01' Kaintuck, who 65 miles on the south shore and

d r/ enjoyed. I senatorial and congressional dele- .has' the unenviable job of. buffer miles on the north, great levees
He gave excerpts from: the ta1ks
been with flood
constructed
' between ,
': gation to Washington "deserved full the ERA and the demandsof
:, of some of the most famous medi- and culverts which will make it
credit." efficient work. Pop was out on
: cal doctors and dental surgeons of
" the job watching the two Northwest tually impossible for any
The flood control district is re-
the state and described many of he
winds to blow the of
waterout 1
draglines puffing and swinging; one
i '
quired to provide rights'of, way for
new discoveries that had been mLde:
is excavating the site of the lock, us- lake, flooding the surrounding
canals, and to obtain titles '
in dental work. He described the necessary ,
ing the dirt to build the cofferdam try, as has happened on two
talk of Dr. J. T. O'Rourke, of Louisville to lands used in spoilage areas.
which is to enclose the entire hole, ions in recent years. So far ,
The cost of this has not been de
Ky., as one of the most inn cresting '
and the other digging the by-pass 000 yards of earth have been
termined. '
heard at the convention on
channel to keep the river from the in building the levees.
the progress and recognition of Carl Hanton of Fort Myersrecent-
door. Both draglines have two-yard Captain Selee explained the
dentistry. Other talks of great inter- ly appointed to the board, was swornin
buckets. A smaller dragline has just ography of the region, and said
est were made by Dr. M. Rawli tt, at today's meeting. Other citizen
finished putting up the railroad and immediately bordering the lake
M._ D., of Tampa, on infections with members who attended were R. G.
traffic road fills and was resting the richest and most productive
reference to teeth and other partsof Snow of Fort Lauderdale and Deane
from its labors yesterday. As to to be found anywhere in the
the body, Dr. Ellsworth of Miami, Duff of Clewiston.
progress, the by-pass is about 40 percent try. On the fertile muck lands
-
on detail and value of X-ray u.'ed
p complete, and the excavationof ready a large yield of
in conjunction with clinical diagnosis '
the lock chamber and upper'gate and cane is being pr '
sugar.
Dance At Inn Is'
Dr. W. S. Irwin, of Lakeland.
I'' sector approximately 25 per cent I and within 10 years,' he' believes,
surgery in the treatment of pyroh-
hea' and several others. Sponsored By P.-T. A. complete.The product of the region will be

I Announcement was made that gate and lock chamber will greatest of any similar area in

I Judge David Elmer 'Ward, of Fort be much like the one at Moore Haven United States. All that was

Myers, president of the Kiwanis At the executive meeting of the except that the pie-shaped gates was to make ,he region safe for

that city and probable candiate for Parent-Teacheis Association held will be higher. Overall length, 421 farmers, an* this is assured by

governor! will be guest, speaker at last Friday evening at the home of ft., of which the lock chamber itself present flood-prevention'

the meeting of the club next Wednesday I the president, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, it will take, 200 ft. Width, 50 ft. tion.Two .- "
l night.Unusual was decided,that the P.-T. A. would I I The most interesting and the dis- fanciful plans which

sponsor a Hallowe'en dance at *the' tinctive structure will be the spill- ,advanced, to avoid. future' disastersone

Accident At Clewiston Inn. way, for there is no spillway con- to drain the lake entirely
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was appointed nected with the Moore Haven lock. which would destroy the pr

special chairman and several as- At Ortona, between the lock and value of the territory, the other

Industrial Bridge, sistants were named who will the spillway, there is to be an island buy the land and move
endea-I I
.. vor to make the affair one built, about 95 feet wide at the wid- out of the region, which! also is
-
greatest successes of the season. est part and 750 feet long; this will postrous, were mentioned by
Four people, three adults and a I I
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen will be sodded and beautified, and will tain Selee. The; plan adopted,
four-year old child, narrowly escap- have charge ,of the floor show, Miss make a lovely picnic grounds 'if you said, is practical and {Ls the only
ed injury Thursday morning in une :
of the most unusual accidents ever Sue Maxwell, "Bingo" and Mrs. F. can get past the gatekeeper.The I to prevent future floods.

to occur here. M. Wright and Mrs. E. L. Stewart spillway, aside from three

The party was from Miami t nd will arrange decorations. 17, foot open w. ers, will have two HILL TAKES POSITION WITH
There will be several enjoyable tainter gates.=why "tainter" I don't PORTO RICO CO
were travelling west on State Road
25. Unfamiliar with the road end concessions. Prizes will be given and know, and no reference book we pos-

the dangerous crook in the road at good music is assured. Everyone is sess' would tell 'me. But anyhow, Albert H. Hill left the first

.' the bridge across the Industrial asked to reserve Hallowe'en for the tauiter gates are like the pieces of the week for Central Aguirre,

Canal, the car, a Ford V-8 coupe, P.-T. A.HARLEM. sited pie with which you are now Rico, where he has accepted a

crashed into the north guard rail, familiar, on the hurricane struc- tion with a sugar company of

glanced across the bridge und SCHOOL OPENED tures, only they have got all tired place, his appointment to the

through the south railing and stop-I LAST .1I01mAYIOnNI; G out and are lying down-in more tion b- ing secured through

ped with the front axle of the car select language, they work vertically of J. P. Percy who left

resting on a lone piling which sits The school in Harlem, the only instead of horizontally, if you get I several months ago for Porto

several feet away from the bridge colored school IB Hendry county, what I mean. Also, they are longer I Mr. Hill has been employed by
and : of pie; boarding U.'g. Sugar Company since his grn
I s4Y" and the rear wheels _still on, the opened Monday morning with an enrollment thinnerpieces
,,.;-<;w bridge. of between sixty and sixty- house pie. Just what they do I'll tell uation from Georgia Tech as

The right side of the car was five. A. 'Smith is the teacher and you later.A draftsman.
few pertinent items concerningthe Mrs. Hill will visit her parents
badly damaged and two' pieces of efforts are being made to secure the
timber from the north guardrail Had. services of another teacher for the Ortona job-the total excavation Fort Myers for a few weeks

penetrated the right rear fender !:cchool. of dirt will run over one-half mil-: joining Mr. Hill in their new

above the tire., The car was lilted! All necessary repairs have been lion cubic yards, of which the spe-

back onto the bridge, the fenders made to the building during the past cifications admit about 14,000 is NFa'Annn'AIJ

straightened so they would not month and the county board feels rock. (Please pass_ the salt) There' is !

touch the tires and the party <'on- that they have everything in readi- far more rock rip-rap called for than Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hooks,
concrete cubic yards of the* the arrival of a new
tinued on their way after a couple'of ness for a successful school year ; 22,000 announce j
hours rest at the Watanabe. for the colored students, (Continued on Page 8) girl born Thursday in Fort My )





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r- ,THE CLEWISTON: NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1935

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HUGH JOHNSON will soon'be THE SHORT OF IT
GEN
News Review of Current : of a Job again, for on" October-- Short buying (by consumer) does I
BRISBANETHIS 15he_ retires from,the position of works more harm to business than short-

progress administrator for New York selling (In the stock market).
World Over city. This Is' In accordance with a
Events -the- --..,
WEEK '- -------w- previous agreement with President

. ,' .. .
f Roosevelt He
: : i : .7. Is to be succeeded by ,

Victor F. Ridder, publisher of the Ger-
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Fine New Jail i man language newspaper New Yorker
,
__ for Peace Moves
Newspaper Prestige *", /:' : League. .ofNations: Council, Still. Hoping: ) 'Staats-Zeiturig ,und Herold' and" -the
; .- Condemns r. New York Journal of Commerce.:
American DIONNE
Easy to Buy' _. to' Curb. Italy- Legion 'QUINTS'
Who Is the Alan? -- -'"- : ,f':-' r- ',/ ; .. '
: All U Un-American Isms.:: .. f] ; 7 THOUSANDS of Ca'thollcs, from
Not :much .I Ethiopian : news. ;" You ,; : to lowly laymen,

could hardly expect.. it with our own gathered In Cleveland for the seventh BIRTHDAY BOWL

white-black' prize- ', ". : national Eucharistic congress. The
ring war> comp ,. .ByEDWARD: W. PIC'KARD most spectacular .event of the week

h e tin i g. Whatever . Western Newspaper Union.! I was the I midnight pontifical low mass Sent to anyone for 2 Quaker or

happens Ethiopian celebrated In the stadium by the light Mother' Oat trademarks and
tribesmen will benefit ITALY having'rejected the peace plan .A MERICAN Legionnaires In. convert JOc to help cover special postage
of
'The emperor, proposed by the League:: of Nations tIon in St. ,Louis adopted with devout a myriad and of tapers. Nearly 150,000, and handling charges. (ISc in

Haile Selassie. Is .committee of five, and Ethiopia having shouts of approval a resolution for'active men women knelt silentlyIn Canada.). Send to 'The Quaker

ha working;; 'on reforms. accepted' it, the committee reported to opposition to "nazi-Ism, fascism, .Giovanni, the dimness as )Archbishop Amleto Oats Co.. Box L, Chicago, Ill.q .'
with the league;; council that communism and other isms contraryto Cicognani, apostolic delegateto
doing away .the United States, performed the
Mussolini Its. efforts to solve the the principles enuncIated. In. the
abuses that
rite. Later stadium
Constitution." Still the delegates the was again
futile.
'and problem were cheering, '
out
pointed filled for the reception of the benedic-
.
cure: The council thereupon followed that up by asking the '
to
promised held } l .of United States tion of Pope Pius XI.
He opened a substantial a public meeting withdrawal recognition -
concretejail and adopted unanimously of ,soviet Russia. .
: XTORTH CHINA Is due for another
outside of Ad- ) the recommendation The veterans, commended recent, legislation '
9 *- dose of Japanese medicine, ac .
of Its -
dis Ababa to replace president for national defense and called '
cording to. a statement by MaJ. Gen.
the old Jail.. y0- :- i ," Enrique Ruiz for a larger! : army, continuation. of thelficers'
'' :Hayao Tada, commander of the Japanese -
Gutnazu of Argentina
Arthur Brisbane .There, :according to training camps, the C. M. T.
4< -' forces there. He said the Japanese
Mr. von Wiegand's cablegram to Universal S that it proceed under tj..and R. 0. T. C. In schools, and for -
/ army alms to "extend relief at
Service. "live prisoners sometimes .dd article 15 of the cove- a navy equal l to any In the world. They '
;- :-'- ; :-- and to promote: the welfare and happiness -
: drafting a report asked alf 'natI'oDs
remained chained to those .who Edennant to work for world '-
,Anthony and recommendations of the Chinese masses," and declared
peace, and approved the neutralitykesolution'of
had died for days. '
the army's policy Is based on
of
: for settlement the Italo-Ethloplan the last congress..
,embro li .- -- these ,points:, ,
Newspapers Pennsylvania! 2G5 of Cleveland,. Ohio, was awarded the First
before -:-A thorough removal of anti- 0 This offer is made to celebrate
As did the Italian
them, have, celebrated "press prestige" they once 1936( .annual convention ,after four bal Manchukuo and anti-Japanese elements
this! week.,'Governor Earle tells the, ,editors delegates walked out of the meeting, lots. '''The national American' Legion from north China Is the selection of Quaker
necessary.
delight and a spokesman explained that this Oats the cereal for the
with as
shivering. band
presumably championship. was won by :the Second-In order' to extend relief
and surprise: about? "the important was because they "would "not sit at the JChlcago' Board of Trade post musi:' 'to' the 'masses In north China, the Dionne Quintuplets, even be'f

part that newspapers.play In the same table Fascists with Ethiopia. With other clans' FrarikJIn'post was second- ;Omaha finances of this area must' be' removed fore their first birthday. You

lives' of' our people." It Is as important prominent' the Italian repre- third, and, 'Mineral, Springs,,' Texas, from the' control of the Nanking government will love this souvenir. A
sentatives' repaired tothe lobby bar '
as the part played by the peo :fourth. :
ordered drinks and rather ostentatious beautiful in lifetime
design
ple's eyes and ears.,, and might be taken At their final l session the veterans Third-Sovietization must be prevented -
- for: granted, by now ly consumed' them and marched out' ;elected J.' Ray Murphy 'o't'Jda'' 'Grove,'; chromium,6"in diameteruseful -

In a secret session the council draft- :Iowa, national commander, and' passeda for serving many things.
'The Js a mirror in which ed Its'report and framed Its recom- : resolution '
newspaper demanding immediate cash T> EICHSBISHOP LUDWIG MUELLER Send now to address above.IN .
the,, public! (;. :sees, _itself" the newspa I mendations but It also asked the 'payment of the soldiers' bonus. Vice .> :and his Christian church ad-

per's.' owner and_ the civilization.of the_ committee of five to reconstitute itself :commanders chosen were: Raymond,. ministration In Germany are about to VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT ..
moment. Interesting reflections of ] so It would be ready to take advantage Gales of
Virginia, W. E. Whitlock of be abandoned by Hitler and the, gov-
that civilization may appear 'soon' In of .opportunity for mediation' that South Sarollna, Whitney Godwin of e1'nmeJlt"a; ; new church directorate will qu 1C WORTH OF
dispatches from Ethiopia and from offered In the near future. Florida Oscar Worthwlne '
; of Idaho, be established and a new national
London 'in case 'Mussolini should send A feature of the council's session Lou Probst of Wyoming. synod will be summoned. In this way QUAKER OATS

his first 'WX)' airplanes in the directlou i i was an address by Capt. Anthony Eden, I Mrs.,l\Ielvlllel\Iucklestone of Chicagowas the reichsfuehrer hopes to settle the equals

of 'Buckingham palace, the house of I British minister for league affairs.: elected president, of the American bitter .quarrel that .has been raging %. 3 CAKES OF
, commons, Downing street and the Conversations In Rome between Brtlsih ;!Legion ,auxiliary.; among the Protestants of Germany.The _

: Bank rof' England, with the message: Ambassador Sir' Eric Drummond and 1 _, plan was announced by Hans FRESH YEAST

"What 'do you think of explosive and Premier Mussolini had led some to j SOFT,.coal miners .were: victorious In Kerrl,- minister 'for church affairs,
mustard gas sanctions?". think Great Britain was weakening, :: negotiations,.for. a. new wage through his commissar; Doctor Stalin, Quaker and Mother's Oats are the same

but Eden announced his government I agreement, and resumption of work In 'to the Prussian confessional synod ,

The pathetic; thing in Journalism, as was ''steadfastly .determined to abi'le; the, mines was, promised ,for,October, 1. ,meeting In Berlin. Probably Bishop

In politics Is 'the lacL of names that by Its policy" as previously. declared.He The men were out' on ,strike. for eight ,'Mueller's successor will be Rev. Fried- Quick Complete

the people know. ,Millions of Americans -, said in parr: days. Operators yielded to the union rich von Bodelschwlngh.who was elect- ,

read newspapers with no faintest "In addressing my colleagues at the demands when they learned that relief ed relchbishop by' the .urthodox prot-

conception ,as to the character of the council( on September 4 .I expressed. officials would aid the strikers. ,estant clergy 'two years ago and Pleasant

man whose newspaper they read.}.. It the, view, that It was o'ur.duty to use -' forced to resign by the ''government.

'. might be called "3non 'mous nonen-. the machinery of the league that lay AUBREY WILLIAMS, first assistant 'ELIMINATION

1 tity." There are exceptions.: to our hands. AdmInIstrator' Harry MEN and women from all ranks of,

"Such Is still my view. I therefore Hopkins,' said in an Interview that the assembled in the Yankee Let's be frank. There's only one way for

The most important and. Influential support without; qualification the pro:: unemployment problem will not be stadium in New York, paying nearly $1- your body to rid itself of the waste matters ,

newspaper by far In proportion to circulation posal of the president of the council, solved by a business 000,000 for their seats, and saw Joe that cause acidity, gas, headaches,

'.-..... Is the so-called "country since "e'are now working under article plck- p unless Indus- Louis, Detroit negro, knock out :Max bloated feelings and a dozen other dis '
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newspaper, ': smaller. dailies and, week. XV, that the council should draw try "shares Increased Baer, former heavyweight ,champion, comforts-your intestines must function..
upS.'Deport of the recommendations :: bus ness with the In the fourth round. The chocolate To make them move quickly, pleas-

lies.Their, readers know. who runs them, 'provided for In paragraph. IV of that workers." He_asserted colored boxer was invincible, and Max antly; completely, without griping.'
and those readers, not' 'living in city article that tiepresent., was terribly outclassed. Louis plansto Thousands of physicians' ,recommend

apartments with a can opener buy '"So l long as the council Is engagedIn r:; gain In business has, spend the winter and spring fightingIn Milnesia Milnesia wafers Wafers.as(Dentists an efficient recommend remedyfor

everything from the paint on the roof to drawing up a report of the recommendation : ..t'KW put few more peopleto South America and Europe, after mouth acidity). '

the cement in.the cellar'floor,. from the the work of conciliation can I *>,' < :. work, and explainedthis which he hopes to have a chance to These'mint flavored candy-like wafers

piano and_radio .in the sitting room to I continue -and it is clear that no oppor- ::; :,.<:: fact by attribut- show what he can do against;; the present are pure milk of magnesia.-Each waferis

the car in the garage. I tunity for such conciliation within the ,'; {. !' ing it primarily to Inc titleholder, Jim Braddock. I approximately equal to a full adult
-- -- i <'w.<<. J dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
: terms of the covenant should be ". : r.e a's e d.efficiency
"' _' _
: --- --'m.n.'" accordance with,the directions -
Berlin sa 's'the.. Na.zI. party plans missed." :. which permits employ- LIEUT. FELIX WAITKUS young thoroughly
forcibly, to' buy out, all Jewish firms Aubrey ers to Produce more and Wisconsin aviator, on the bottle or tin,then swallowed,
Eden's attitude was supported by correct'acidity bad breath,.flatulence -
Williams they ,
and businesses, suggesting; that "am; goods ,than before made a gallant effort to fly solo and
and
the
Peter' Munch of Denmark and Maxim ; at their source at same
bitious Aryan business men will get LitvInov of Russia. .with fewer employees: nonstop from New York to Kaunas, tuna enable quick, complete,.pleasan -
great bar, aIhs." One idea is to allow. ,WI11lams.saId there had been a drop, Lithuania, and failed, though he did t elimina f/on.
ClAr 'aR" employees''' to take over jew- Emperor Halle Selassie wired the i In the number of. people on relief, but get safely across the Atlantic ocean. Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20

ish businesses. with government hack league requesting that In view of the'; he attributed this largely to 'a "hard- Lost In fog and tired out he made a and 48 wafers, at 35c and 60c respec-
of'?
Ing. They might take 'it over but "increasingly provocative attitude boiled" policy 'under which the rolls forced landing on a rough field near tively, or in convenient tins containing
about Italy" neutral observers be dispatchedto Ireland The" machine 12 at 20c. Each wafer is approximately
what running it? Anybody may were combed of Inel glbles. Ballinrobe, was
Ethiopia to establish responsibility'in adult dose of milk of magnesia. All
buy a business; making it pay is another badly' damaged, but Waitkus was unlnjured an
By executive order the President them. Start
case a clash occurs. 'good drug stores carry using
Job. Great Britain Informed Italy that added $800,000,000 the sum which these delicious, effective wafers today.
Harry Hopkins has to PWA Professional samples sent free to
spend as registered
The
Republican committee will have naval concentration in
her' tremendous DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR
I administrator making the' total at his GEN. re physicians or dentists if requestis
"an important meeting";; ,now, a really' not ordered
the Mediterranean was chief of staff, In his final made on professional letter head.
command
$1,375,000,000.
big, first-class, "bang-up" meeting in motive but because
;; :' with any aggressive report recommended a five-year plan SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated
December, to put "pep" into the 103 of the violent anti-English campaign for making the American. army into an 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y.
campaign. carried on by the Fascist pressof PRESIDENT::: ROOSEVELT cleaned,Up Instrument of speed,

The question Is, "Who is your man?" Italy. The massing of the British ,. official business on his fighting ability and destructive '

Americans want to yell for some- warships at Gibraltar, Malta, Alexarf-i desk and started on his vacation trip, power unsur- : =: r
to San Diego, whence he will return
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body. dria and the Suez canal continued, and : passed elsewhere. 'iIIIi
They have not been trained; to yell, "Italy responded by rearranging her' through the Panama canal. Mrs. Roosevelt Quality rather than
and a large party of officials accompanied -
for an idea. ,
naval dispositions. quantity_ he said, was
Who is'your ?: What Is his him on the special train to '
JH man One result of the supposedly Improved needed, and he proposed -
the coast. At the last minute the'
name? . c relations between. England and that all Imple-
President decided to speak to the mid-
Italy was the cancellation of the sailing ments of war be mod-
Amusing situationIn Europe: England west' farmers and this address was delivered Chills
of 10,000 more Italian troops to ernized and that' the Stop
sends her gigantic fleet to the Libya, which 'colony borders on Egypt.. Saturday at Fremont, Neb..The technical training of

Mediterranean: heaviest dreadnaughts. program called .for a set speech at the officers be IntensI-
submarines, airships them Boulder. dam, another in the Hollywoodbowl ......
; parks ,
for the Imminent prob fled.- tie said: -
around the rock of Gibraltar and at PREPARING war between Italy and at Los Angeles, and one at. San "Beyond all doubt, Gen.MacArthurany and Fever! (
the entrance of the Suez canal ; sends Diego.<; In addition the Chief Executive -
will
Ethiopia,' Secretary of State Cordell major war of the future see
additional soldiers. to the Island of Hull established an ofiice of arms and talked to the 'gathered crowds at every belligerent;; nation highly organ- Rid Your System of Malaria!
Malta.. many ,of ,the operating stops made by
------ munitions control to carry out the pro- ized for the single purpose of victory,
Mussolini puts his convenient' island, visions of the neutrality act and direct ,the train.'REPUBLICAN. the attainment of which will require Shivering with chills one moment and

off the coast of Greece, in a state of federal control of the munitions integration and intensification of Individual burning with fever the next-that's one
siege, with submarines, airplanes, cutting traffic. national committee- /and collective effort. of the effects of Malaria.: Unless checked,

;; the Mediterranean In two Isolating ( The office is under t direction of Washington;; and be- "But It will be a nation at war rather the diseasewill do serious infection harm to your calls

the big English fleet in the western R. Walton Moore, assistant secretaryof gan the serious preparation of the than a nation In arms. Of this health.for two Malaria things.,First a blood, destroying the, infection -
Presidential campaign It was decided -
end.. state. Joseph C. Green is chief of ;; vast machine the fighting forces will in the blood. Second, buildingup
Then England, having shown an the oflice and has as his assistant unanimously that the party effortsIn be only the cutting edge; their mandatory the blood to overcome the effects of
ent'desIre to fight Italy, sends offi- Charles W. Yost. the western states should be most characteristics will be speed In the disease and to fortify against further

cial word that she really hadn't any On recommendation of the board vigorous and should begin immediate movement, power In fire and shock attack.'

war wIth Italy In mind, her feelings President Roosevelt proclaimed that ly. Headquarters will soon be openedin action, and the utmost professional Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplied
were hurt by the Italian newspapers. hereafter manufacturers Importers andexporters Chicago;; with National Committeeman skill and leadership. both these effects. It contains tasteless vJ' >
which kills the infection in the
That Is why she sent her fleet., : of six categories of war implements i Harrison Spengler of Iowa in "Their,armaments will necessarily be quinine blood ,and iron, which enriches and

must obtain licenses for ex- charge, and funds were allocated for of the most efficient types obtainableand builds, up the blood. Chills and fever
DeWolf Hopper Is dead at seventy- Its expenses. the transportation, supply and
ports and Imports. The articles named soon stop and you are restored to health
seven, too soon. He worked to the comprise only weapons and other arti- The committee did not discuss can- maintenance systems supporting them and comfort. For half a century, Grove's

last, talked over the radio In the afternoon cles used In actual combat such as didates or the selection of a conven- will: be required to function perfectlyand Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief

and was dead at 0:30 next morn- guns, war vessels, military aircraft and tion city. The latter will not be I continuously. Economic and In- for Malaria. It is just as useful, too, as a-
ing. He should find n. good' seat reserved poison 'gas.Secretary. chosen until the winter meeting. At dustrial resources will have to Insure general tonic for old and young. Pleasantto

for him in the 'entertainmentthat Roper told reporters that present Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas the adequacy ,of; munitions supply and take children.and absolutely Get a bottle harmless.at any Safe drug to

lists, forever' In aC better world. the munitions control board is studying City are the leading contenders, the sustenance of the 'whole civil pop- store.give Now two sizes-SOc and $1. The.

He spent his life working to make the question of whether certain raw with the last named In good position ulation. In these latter fields the great $1 size contains 2/ times as much as the,

people smile and forget their sorrows. materials should also be classed with because of its new air conditioned' con- proportion' of the employable'p'opula- SOc size and gives you 25% morp lor

King Features WNU Service.Syndicate, Inc. munitions. vention hall. tion will find Its war duty." your money.. ..


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CONSUMPTION OF FATS tallow, 585,890,000 pounds; coconutoil

,'. Hobo,Tramp, Bum- IMPROVED I The total factory consumption of I 549,515,000; linseed oil, 219,746.- r I PLYMOUTtiBBI

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL all animal and vegetable fats land i 000; palm oil, 208,547,000.

. They Are Different oils 'In this country last year amounted was AUTOMOBILES !

to 3,355,535,000 pounds. More Nervous Weak Woman
SUNDAY Lesson than one-third, 1,375,410,000 pounds $ in Awards for
4 75000
"\1. : Very Distinct Class Lines went into soap manufacture. Com- Soon All Right"I FUR Shipperswho

By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D., pounds and vegetable shorteningscame ,
>' of BlbU had regular shaking spells from
Drawn Among These Member Faculty Moody
next and paint and varnish prepare their pelts carefully and '
Institute of Chicago. nervousness," writes Mrs. Cora San- par-
ticlpate in Scars 7th National Fur
I Western Union. Show.
Newspaper
>, : .' i" Groups. third. As might be expected, the ders, of Paragould, Ark. "I was all You don't even have to sell your furs
largest :single; item was cottonseedoil run-down and cramped my time through Sears.FREE new Tips to Trappers
book tells how
I you share in
may : awards.
: ,: To the average man the words Lesson for October 13 1,083,059,000 pounds. Next in until I would have to go to bed. After Also how Sears act aa your agent, getting
first bottle of Cardui I bet- you highest value' be
order of large Items were : Edible my was we
bum
hobo, tramp and are synonymous lieve obtainable for
'
'. I Cardui and your
ter. kept taking soonI
terms, used to designate a 'furs.Mail coupon. below.
THE STORY OF JEREMIAH
type of foot-loose homeless!:* specimen was all right. The shaking quit __a I .______________.
PIE ? and I did not cramp. I felt worlds
of the genus hobo. They are LESSON TEXT-Jeremiah 1:6-10; YOUSI ? ( SURE I USEVTUMSNOW better. I gave Cardui to my daughter who below Mall nearest to point to
terms of derogation' and opprobrium. 26:8-15. was in about the same condition and .she you
I was soon all right." SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO.Chlca&oPhnadelphlaMemphlt.
" GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt'go to ,
Not so Before calling a hobo a Thousands of women testify Cardui bene-
i2s
be all that I send thee, and whatsoeverI fited them. If it does not benefit YOU.
::r z tramp, or either man a bum, command thee thou shalt speak. Jeremiah consult a physician. Dallas-Kansas City=Seattle

.;:.' .'. sure you say It with a smile. For 1:7.PRIMARY. Please mall me,without cost or obligation;fur
: :. there are very distinct class lines TOPIC-The Story of I skipping "tags and latest edition of "Tips. to
Trappers.
1. drawn among these groups of unskilled Jeremiah. PARKER'S
JUNIOR TOPIC-The Story of Jere- HAIR
\:\ and itinerant workers. miah. \ Remotes Dandruff-Stops BALSAM Hair Falling- Name.........._..__?__...___.._

i c f". '. A hobo Is a hard worker of the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIORTOPICTakinga w' 3 N Beauty Impart to Gray Color and Hair Pos lffiee....._.,___?....State........M.
;t. : ; migratory type. He 'Is possessed of Stand for God. 60c and 11.00:f8f:..

':? .__ a keen sense of his own Importance YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT I Hhemc:Chem Wk...Pgtehogrie.N.T. Rural Route......_.,......Box No........?..
TOPIC-Attacking, Entrenched Evils. FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
':, :.: and value to the world that would connectionwith Parker's Hair BalsanuMakcs the Street Address.....-..*.....................,
.'{, : suffer without his services The hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug 93W2U' I
.: I. Jeremiah's! Call (1:1-10). ). gists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue.N.Y. ------------------------
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-t: : wheat fields of the Southwest, the SIMPLE SIMON
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1. It was pre-natal' (vv. 4, 5).. Before -
t ;. timberlands In the Northwest, the ordaineIhim MET A PIEMAN ..
'Jeremhh'was born God "t
:t'. ... fruit lands !In various parts! of the AND ORDERED THREE OR FOUR|
to the nations.
a prophet
-;',." country could not show a profit HE NOW EATS TUMS
2. His diffidence (v. C). This seemsto
WHEN HEARTBURN COMES .
without the of the 'hobo
t. presence have grown out of his youth and DON'T SUFFER ANY MORE1SfopSAYING"NO Econom e *I-Use one LEVEL teaspoonfulto
moments. To displace
.- at strategic
Inexperience. a cup of flour for most recipes.'DependableScientifically .
, : him In the economic scheme of
things would be to keep on hand 3. His hesitancy overcome (vv. 7, ;: '
well fed and employed the whole 8)). God graciously appeared to; him' made by baking

year around, thousands of men whose and made clear that he should go .TO FAVORITE."FOODS1.IT powder SPECIALISTS to produce best results.

services are only required a few where sent speak as commanded, and isn't only pie that disagrees with 'some

.:>". weeks or months a year. Another to, be not afraid of the faces of his gassy.stomach.Many say The that very even best milk foods gives thema may

_.' '-1' distinction : The hobo travels on enemies. This was accompanied by heartburn.bring on acid Millions indigestion have sour found stomach that Turns; gas. KG BAKING POWDERSame

wheels, although the ticket office Is the assurance of the divine pres- quickly relieve acid indigestion. Munch 3 or 4
ence. It matters little as to the after meals or whenever smoking, hasty eating,
not always a part of his traveling last night's party, or some other cause bringson
experience.The strength of the foe If the presence of acid indigestion. Turns contain no harsh Price Today as 45 Years Ago
God Is with 'the alkalies, which physicians have said may increase 1
tramp on the other hand, messenger.
the tendency toward acid indigestion. 25 ounces for Z5c
migrates according to whim or 4. The divine message given (v 9). Instead an antacid which neutralizes stomach
acid, but never over-alkalizes the stomach or
.1. chance. And he walks: always. The very words' were put Into the blood. You'll like their minty taste. Only lOc. You can also buy

Having nowhere in mind to get, he prophet's mouth, not merely the FOR THE TUMMY 'XO for
ounce can 10O
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gets there at his ]leisure. If he thoughts but the 'prop'er words to express TUMS """ ... <>O'" AP U 15'ounce can for Io
.
: works, as he does now and then, It Is the thoughts. I)
TUMS ARE
l"4 I
because of necessity and not throughany 5. The nature of his ministry (v. ANTACID..... Y'UlOa I.c.. "ts'/> Double-Tested Double-Action
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NOT A lAXATI NAN.Y TO"' "
sense of personal responsibilityto 10). It was to be wider than that of This : .!;\l J):[ 91 fl I: M! -' N ,U S Et
society at large. In the mind of prophesying. Six words were givenas FREE: ;fort%druggist's Calendar BeatiUful Thermometer -- ; ,

the self-respecting hobo, the tramp descriptive thereof. The first four >r a 25c box with of tie N R (purchase The All Vegetable of:a lOc roll Laxative of Turn) : .. .._ n -__ '.BTY".... bU.R__.=-.,. ; :G"OERNMENTI. ''. '. .- _' ___- '
1t [ Is- distinctly an inferior. are destructive in their implication ;

H The bum is looked down upon "root out," "pull down," "destroy," and

and dispised, both by the hobo and "throw down." The last two are con

1y tramp. The bum travels "nowhere, structive; "build" and "plant" The

does nothing and Is nobody. He Is a ;:::: ::$'. : ..
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destructive precedes the constructive.II. {:: : : :: :: :: 1m
: ;- parasite of the city, begging, borrow- Jeremiah's Grief (9:1). S/'I1: G tf.. :V( G. 0' : .1' $ JOt: N: VJJ

ing, stealing, loafing. The unbelief of the people made him : : :: : :: : : : >..,:. : :
Clip this out: and paste it In your <>
feel that his efforts were fruitless.
book of etiquette. You need
may
Seeing so clearly the awful doom
It sometimes to save yourself from
which awaited this he
people, wept
--'z,.. on'e of, those embarrassing moments, God
sorely. The true prophet of
warns the Knickerbocker Press. Yh1 ... :
/. takes: to heart the seriousness of his w P AgI'taE9.., 1Tf5T WI4AT FOES 'NE

ministry and sorely grieves over. the oHMOT'tlER:. IUEt.L'1y00: > TRVtJ, To'oo CAN'T MUCH : 'CARE HOw LARD

Mineral Water Plentiful wicked unbelief of the people.III. hDlTii BE it4 YROUBIE'TO1 y0U WORK ASTr1E

In some countries mineral water Jeremiah's Prophecy In the CHOSEN FOR c > jNfHE P A 1 : ..IEDUCAYlQN PRY ? LANGPSTf4E.I'MINI

costs more than wine, but at Alt- Temple Court ((2G:1-24). I / LSADINC? PARTr :ANOi,_ I OR MAKE A., : { IT() fiAI 'sAI 1 I ID 1\PI\ R',

heide In Germany It Is so plentiful] 1. J Jeremiah's solemn warning to IN.ouR CL. SS1 TriAT.6iP 1i .r"CHORUS 'G1R4riYI WOULo 6E GOOD-ii '.
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ilf" .., that the streets are sprinkled with Judah (vv. 1-7). The Lord commandedhim Y GOOD FOR t AVING Sc1CIi

I mineral water. to stand in a conspicuous_place In 'HER NEADAC11ES'AND' N, '

'.<, the Temple and proclaim the Judgment ::> : i1NDIGES'fONI

Glacier Advances which was about to fall upon them.

',: .: The glacier at Jacobshaven. Greenland The object was to provoke them to re

: 'I' is advancing C2 feet a day.Find pentance. If they did not repent, God
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< '. would make the Temple as Shll h.

Shiloh was once the dwelling place of
;
t ; ;, : ;: 'i God ; n6w It had fallen into decay.So _
; : will It be with the Temple. Jeremiah lii
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: "'.:'. sent to the words S
'f. was speak A.y3c I '
..' .t ". which his Lord had told him and not '. ii .5 :,

;' to diminish a word. rJ
I '
: ; 2. Jeremiah on trial (vv. 9-11).
1 1FEEUNG'MDI.Y.A 1f
a. Cause of arrest. He was arrested -
.." iiOuts.
for speaking all) that the Lord
.:
.,. ::. :> \;: : : ...J had commanded.b. .

,. The charge (vv. 89). They
'". .- '.:'., From Your Doctor charged him with a capital crime, '
CUR5ES! ;IF
r. MRS B1 CLAy I ICA05W6VOUR RELiGV6
for ,
which involved pretending to speak
,':::. -'iY;,..:? TPTCoFFEE-NERVES IS'' it!' lE'S Swfrc1W& ,

': and the This would make him ; ; TROUBLE. tb POSTRJM,
: You Take Is Safe. city. ;FOR N10NTt:1S: A IF I, DON',T' 'R BIG MISTAKE
, to be guilty of blasphemy; and sacri- GEAR LtkT'5"' 4'' Gol ; :> ''DON'T LID 1 SUGGEST VOL) 6IVS UP 4'' 1'IL 11AVEC {.

lege, both of which were to be pun- eo RtJD,SEE!; y NIrVER HIM 6UUy, COFFEE FOR 3o DAYS AND {A::. 'To SCRAM !

Don't Entrust Your 24:10)ished .by death (DeuL 18:20 ; 'Lev.. ;TRE'DOCToR: ONlEt'SJ / ''P EAR 6 :L'y0(1/, DRINK_P05TVM INSTEAD' )

;COME
I c. The princes sit In Judgment (vv. I
! Own Your
or Family's 'GO RI6HT KJpwJ 'I-
,, : 10, 11). We thus see that mattersof :
j:,. WellBeing to Unknown state were not entirely In the

hands of priests but In part were q '
"
Preparations l1'eigc
controlled by members of the royal \

take family. < i xt L, rv .- i-.
you any prepara-
I BEFORE you don't know all about 3. Jeremiah's defense (vv. 12-13). (

f for the relief of headaches; or the Threats of death did not deter him
4: '
pains of rheumatism, neuritis or from preaching, but only inspired him 1 (oFFEgi

neuralgia, ask your doctor what) he to repeat his message with clearnessand
thinks about it-in comparison tenderness.a. .
with Genuine Bayer Aspirin.
Reiterated the divine commis
\Vc'say this because, before the sion. / that

discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most b. He urged them to amend their % 4- jTK6RE'S fia4- "IT SEEMS could strange hurt me!
so-called "pain" remedies were ad- -:
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ways and to obey' God and thus. avert ; '.5. : s Ithoughtitwasbadonly .
vised against by physicians as being "
bad for the stomach: ; or, often, for the divine Judgment (v. 13). e for children!"

the heart. And the discovery of c. He gave himself up (v. 14). He : .q ', "Oh,no!Many adults, .
Bayer Aspirin largely changed did not resist the powers of govern BEEN A, '' Tt AT.'S BECAUSE I I too,find that the caf f ein '

medical practice. ment. Knowing that God had sent REMARKABLECAANGE FEEL'LlKe fAY OLD. ar1N in coffee can upset

Countless thousands of people him he was content to trust God for YOU DEAR "10U'RE L SaFAGAN -. nerve.cau.eindigeaiionorprevenhoundsIeep

who have taken Bayer Aspirin year deliverance. fN6 MORE ;, siNceft swrrcAeo !" ;
GET
in and out without ill effect have d. Warns of fatal consequences.He FUM"M ,; vTOPOSTLMM i

proved that the medical findings frankly told them that God had OUTOFIHISEDITH PLfl !-. If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you. try I

about its safety were correct. sent him and if they killed him they ro SW Postum for 30 days.Postum contains caffein. It is I

, Remember this: Genuine Bayer would be guilty of defying God. % simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly I

: .,;> Aspirin is rated among the fastest 4. Jeremiah saved (vv. 10-24)). sweetened. It's easy to make. and costs less than I.

'/4 methods of headaches yet discovered and all common for the pains.relief a. The princes pronounce him not half a cent a cup. It's delicious, too. and may

,t . and safe for the average person guilty (v. 1C). They were convincedthat prove a real help. A product of General Foods.

to take regularly. Jeremiah was speaking the truth. F R E E Let us send you your first week's supplyof

You can get real Bayer Aspirin at b. The elders plead for Jeremiahvv. h l:{ Postum free! Simply mail the coupon.

any drug store-simply by never ( 17-23). They cited two cases;

asking for it by the name "aspirin" MIcah (vv. 18, 19) and Urijah (vv. r I Please GENERAL send! alone but always saying BAYER 20-23). They argued that killing God's Postum.

ASPIRIN when you buy. prophets did not turn aside his Judgment Name

but Intensified It. The only way

Bayer Aspirin to avert the Judgment. Is to turn from Street

their sins.' City, State
and address. If you live in
completely-print name
Fill in
c. Jeremiah rescued by Ahlkam (v. Canada address: General Foods,Ltd., CobourK Ont.:
1 V 24). He was a'man of such Influence 3O DAYS LATER (This offer expires July 1, 1936)T
that he was able to Interfere at sucha

critical time.

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News < women havin their breasts sliced Hendry county last week are repeat- take place aLIO:30 4M.. on Friday, Dorthy Bethea, Dorothy Hare, Ethel

The Clewiston off and babies bein' bounced on bay- ed."-Fort Myers NewsPress.SCHOOL October 11, In the school, auditorium. Wil.is, Gladys Willis. '

onets and the local Rotary Club will -: A cordial invitation to attendis Eleventh Grade Honor Roll

Published every Friday in Clewistf\, 6e organizin' committees to sell NEWSFirst extended to all parents and Bob Patterson. __

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW, "Liberty Bonds" and Marines will friends Twelfth Grade Honor Roll ':
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Inc. be on their way to "Make the World Grade News Florin Moore, Vincent Oglesby, t =
r Safe for Democracy." A hurricane comes, a hurricane goes Katherine Wiandt
"A" Honor Roll
Keathley Bowden, Editor No matter which side we Jump in Class Back and forth they sway, '
Crouch Helen Davis Peggy.Lawler
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Joann But never does one hit here .. .
the
to
on, we'll be expected put up Mitchell, Junior Mc- /
Faith
Entered as second class mall nu,t- jack as well as do our share of the Louise Thomas. Am I glad to say.
Cracken, Mary SUBSCRIBE
TO THE
NEWS
the P< st The old "Welcome" sign
at
ter February 1,- 1927, fightin' Class "B" Honor Roll
will be out again for the no- I One just passed east of us
Office in Clewiston, Florida, unto er hung Harriett Alston, Mary Ellen.
Then one just passed west .
the Act of March 3, 1897. ble "American Dough-Boy" and a
Smith.
swell time will be had by all.' Mrs. A. '0. Ward presented the But if you're telling me. :. A.......................-..-.................."......................-..................
don't know I like best.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per ye.'.r! Then a war-torn world will return I which ... '"
first grade with a small acquariumMonday.
Advertising rates on application. to its senses and crawl back in : I
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a corner to lick its wounds. Will our Now if one passe'd ports of us I I I
Devoted to the advancement a Id 3 Allies appreciate the part we play' Jimmie Wolfe has entered the A Instead of east or westIt
Good
FarmLand
and Henry class, making a otal of forty-one i
welfare of Clewiston ed? Will they repay us for the mon- might be better '
fn the first grade.On least it would give a rest
County. ey we loaned them? They WILL At you
Friday of last :week] the elementary .
NOT! Dicky Owen, 7th Grade.
graces had a program of School News
They'll abuse and revile us, and High .
We don't know how much good music led by Mrs. Lawler. The first month of school was
I
laugh off their debts; all we'll get
that $5,000 "windmill" plane will Second Grade News completed last week and the monthly -
it will be nice American ,
out of, a new I
be''n fighting fire in the Everglades Legion," another troublesome Monthly Honor Roll' tests are over. Report cards 'will for Rent

but watch it fan the political -flames.: bonus question, and a glorious new Nora Oglesby, Margaret Van dt:, be received on Wednesday.Mrs. .

.-Fort Myers NewsPress.MORE headache.A Velde, Mayme Johnson, David Bel- A. O. Y.:-.1 :.:l J been selected

lot of American homes will enjoy cher. room-mother for the Senior High I

OF .THE LAW'S DELAY the proud privilege of hangin'a Weekly Spelling Honor Roll School room. She will serve as hostess I, --- '

The J. L. Taylor case In He Qty gold star In the windows; others Nora Oglesby Margaret Van da I at all the high school parties. 'r -- "

county is again in the !;potlig1 t. This will harbor crutches. and wheel Velde, James Smith, Dalton Carv, .l\lu ic'Mrs.

is another of those legal tangles chairs to be offset perhaps with a Caroline Selee, Mayme Johnson, M. Lawler is organizing a

which tend to destroy the confider. Medal of Honor. Bertha Ballard, David Belcher, Ma- rhythm band among her younger Trespassers

of. the people In the courts. NoI'll admit it isn't a rery mie Trice, ,Doris Simmons; Jo Ann piano pupils.Honol"Rolls.

pleasant picture, but it's one we Parker. in the JunioeSeniorHigh Will Be
'Taylor was convicted of emb'*z- ,
ought to be lookin" at and thinkin' Third Grade News School

zlement of several thousand tax collector.doll: In ra .about right now as we never' looked Weekly Spelling Honor Roll Ethel Willis and Katherine Wi- I Ii' I' ProsecutedThe I II
as
of public money
and thought before. Betty McDuffie, Christine Red- andt should receive special mention I
fact he has been tried three tim':s,
court in a hair- Africa, you say, is a long way off, dish, Sue VonMach, Marilyn Davis above all others as they are the only 1t I

but the supreme and this war is different. But so Sherwood Hall Annette Simpson two_ in high school (six upper '
decision sent the case back I (.,
splitting : was Europe in 1914 and so was that William Willis, Lewis Blount. grades) having four A's and one B I >
for retrial on the grounds that t ie I
war different. Remember, a herd of Monthly Honor Roll including the four subjects and de- .
jury box did not contain 250 .namis.
cattle grazing on a plain is a peace- Annette Simpson, Christine Red- portment.
that there are rot I.
It has been shown
eli ful sight, but let 'em start to stam- dish, Sue VonMach. Seventh. Grade Honor Roll
250 people in Hendry county :
pede and they're mighty hard to Fourth Grade Honor Roll Barbara Ann Smith, Richard OWen -
that there r.rebut
for jury duty;
gible Eric Belcher, Matthew McKenzie, Julia Ann Oglesby, Renee Vy eth-
156, and all these names Wt re stop.No t
we won't get into itwe'veno Peter Parker, Billy Perry,. Bill Red- ington. _
'in the box, which was the best that I ClewistonCOInpany
quarrel with anybody-we're not elsheimer, Esly Surnzier.The Eighth Grade Honor Roll
te
could be done. There is also dispi
interested. But a* hundred million fourth grade has a new read- J. D. Hooker Richard Patterson.
whether the law requires 230
as to Americans grabbed for the EXTRA ing, table_ made by Mr. Mulkey. Ninth Grade Honor Roll
box but the county
names in the ,
that announced the opening battle, Billy Perry and Billy Redelsheimer Bernice Guthrie Billy Hooker,
commissioners are made to go on i
,and right then we began to choose are line patrolmen for the week. Bill Owen, George Smith, Francis I'
trial to show that they were rot '
up sides. Reading the headlines one The fourth grade has taken up Wright. .

guilty names o'r in fraud the in box failing than to they put more had I guy remarks' "Them cockeyed Eye- the study of microscopic plants and Tenth Grade Hqnor Roll I ..................................._......_.......................... ...............,... .

r allans; ought to get hell licked out have observed various plants' under
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to put in.
names --
-- -- ---
I of \m. .Another man chirps In, the microscope.Fifth .

If the commissioners are found "Well,< I dunno, they ain't doin' no Giade Honor Roll

guilty, Taylor goes free, despite the more than every other country's Spelling .Honor Roll for the 4th I
fact that he has been three tin es
: done at one time or another-you Week FEVER

convicted of the crime. Luckily there I know we took ;this fool country from Pearl Norton Janie Brantley, Ma- HAY
seems no desire to try to punish the "
the Indians. 'Another says "Goodlet ry Mathls/ Gloria McDuffie, Eliza-

commissioners, excepting as they 'em fight; it'll help business and beth Winn, James Howard Floyd

would be punished along with the i bring prosperity.' A nice little war isI I Geiger, Elbert Hooker, Quinton
citizens of the county by h.;v-
other "
just what we. need right now. : Smith, Roy Stuart. .
turned loose who 1 as ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS are
ing a man lose of the
And don't sight one Spelling Honor Roll for Month I

been shown to richly deserve pun-. percent that don't care about ,noth- James Brantley, James Howard, i unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00

ishment. in'! else in the world but MAKIN': Elbert Hooker, Roy Stewart.
In the language.. of the street it MONEY. Monthly Honor Roll Postpaid Nothing else to buy. Over .

is just another one of "them thing} ,
James Howard, Elbert Hooker, 40,000.HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS -
but it is this sort of technical dodge: :
NOT EVEN SICK Anne
Quinton Smith, Janie Brantley, -
that disgusts the layman with the Pafford. sold last year alone. Mail $1.00 .

way the legal machinery of the Strolling through a field with his Sixth Grade Honor Roll for Month l today for full season's relief to THE
country is run, and prompts him to sweetheart he spied a bull rushing
of
take the law into his own hands.- toward them. Quick as a flash he '. ,Selee SeptemberEleanor Jacquline McKenzie DANDEE CO.,_ 14 'North Sixth St.,

Arcadia Arcadian. beat a hasty retreat. Beulah Guthrie, Edna Leiter MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write

"Why Paddy, you were afraid Gus Cantrell, James Southard. or

................ ... .,, she said when they had reached for Free Booklet.
":--: : : : : : : : : o:" :":":":":.r.o:":":" Sixth Grade NewsThe
safety, "and said would .
you you :
f : sixth grade is planning a Columbus -

L; : TOO LATE TO :|: face death for me." Day program which will "
; } "I know I said that," Paddy re-

.. plied, '"but that bull wasn't dead."
CLASSIFY |:
L' :: Bindery' Talk.

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.!.. V STUBBS,ASKS TRAIN LIGHTS TO :: : :;: *

. ,.s. *.. PREVENT HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS I FOR SALEs t
BY
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:_!: RUSSELL KAY 1 1Well A proposal that freight trains t .: .s.

, 1 A carry additional lights at night or :::.: :: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::

: that all railroad crossings be flag-
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ged to prevent accidents such as occurred y

[ it lloks like the only ,'ear LaBelle recently was VAyA y

"Peace" Mister Mussolini is interested made this week in a letter from '

.,: in is a "piece" of Ethiopia, State Attorney: Roy D. Stubbs to the V i & : ,: yAx yAY

) and if the rest of the world dci't I state railroad commission. Four _

...;' like it, they can go and jump in .he I people lost their lives 'in a double Yhy

Red Sea or somethin'. accident on the Palm Beach highway I ... .s. .t. .:.
I .t. t 0..
.t.
That's what comes of givin' a lad when cars coming' from opposite di- I .s. :s: ... .t.

boy a ,nice new shiny, gun and a fl >ck rections crashed into a mixed train ... t .t.1 .t. -

of tin soldiers to play with. which was stopped across the highway .so .t. .t. .t. ..:. ];Ix

But I'm glad to hear Presid nt to discharge passengers. .;. .s. :y:: .. r

Roosevelt make the statement that Mr. Stubbs' letter, suggesting bet xf xt

: this one tima when old Uncle Sim ter !safety :provisions at railroad Y X. ,.

erects to stay at home and mind lis crossings' follows in part: .? .:.. t t.

own business. "The coroner's jury investigatedthis Y1 XyXX xxf
accident 'and came to the con- '
99
percent of the men, woirenand
children in America feel just clusion that it was unavoidable. .t. .t. ..
This means of course that in the .t. .t. :i: o.
the same way about it that Tra<,k- .t. .t. ..
lin does, but unfortunately the other judgment of the :coroner's jury neither : Yf
.t. .. o.
the occupants of the automo-
one percent happens to include .he 1

,big shot gum-shoo boys: who knew biles nor the employes 'of the rail- y

what wires to pull and have got he road were negligent. I am writing x 1

1 money to pull "'em with. They know this letter to suggest to the commi- / Y y

that a smart guy can make a lot of sion, that probably the time has yAY

'r' come when some regulation shouldbe
money out of a war and their fa-

vorite indoor :sport is niakiii' a lot promulgated by the commisslo'with -
-
of money. reference to freight trains running X t : t,. -",,-.. 1:

I : in the night time across the ?
:" Remembei-V we didn't have the y
highways of Florida.
r.t- .
: slightest idea that we were gonna y
"' "Of course If the train had been I y
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;?: be dragged into the last big war, .t. .. .to .:.
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.... when : better lighted this accident would ..t..t.. .. .t. ..
the melee started, yet we not I not have happened; and four lives .!. .. I :t: .;.
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pnly got sucked in, but had the pi Ja- ,.
I .t. .s.
would have been saved. If the train .t. 'I'; ;
4 : sure of pajin' for it in the barg in. 1s..t. .t... .:. ..t.."'-.........
had been running instead of stand- t .t. ..s.1s.Pay ...'>-
Chances of our gettin' messed up Ing still the situation would have .t. .t. .. -
; in this looks The Balance I Like Rent :
one just 'as remote
been even worse. This letter is writ- :;: :;: *
.right' now: but :you let somebi.dy ten with the suggestion to the commission .t. ... .. ..

'sink a" few American ships or wipe that the time has come :;: :} WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :kt: +;

their at all feet we'll on have our flag a flock, and of in no pot-1 tine el- the when railroad regulations commission should be requiring made by :s: :i: YOU CAN OWN, YOUR OWN HOME :: :I:



.. lied yelpin'patriots for "Revenge.staudin'" on stunps lights freight at trains night so to that carry they sufficient may n II j Clewiston Home Building Association :Ut :. _:

Then all you'll need is a milit try be readily seen by the 'driver of an
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parade, a few bands to play the automobile, to the end that the auto
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.. .N4N. . . .N;.............N4N.. .it. ..4 Mrs C. L. Downs Mrs. W. M.'I Will H. Hunter, of' the Miami of- CLEWISTON TELEPHONE '
I ". .H4N4N. .N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. . COMPANY. A shall have" found that said Grantee has
Redelsheimer and Mrs. F."- I. Hill. fice of the U. S. Engineers was a CORPORATION ORGANIZED AND EX- failed to comply in a substantial respect -

, ; :;: Personal MentionRufus :: pent Wednesday in West Palm I business visitor here 'over the week' ITS ISTING SUCCESSORS UNDER THE AND LAWS ASSIGNS.OF FLORIDA TIlE with rnd the any Grantee of the'' provisions shall have of six this months grant .'

J. .. Beach. I end. RIGHT. PRIVILEGE FRANCHISE FOR after the final determination of the question -

'.I. &.it .,;-f .J..........................................-..-..........-....................................... ;... THE CONSTRUCT PERIOD ''MAINTAIN OF THIRTY AND YEARS OPERATE TO forfeiture to make shall good result the, with default the before right In.a :::"'

.1 in Lr.- Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley and I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, who IN. UNDER. UPON OVER AND ACROSS the City Commission, at Its discretion to
Smith spent Sunday
THE
PRESENT AND FUTURE
o STREETS, grant additional time to the Grantee for
i Belle Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich were are residing In Miami temporarily, AVENUES ALLEYS. H I G H W AY S compliance ',:',

West Palm Beach visitors Saturday spent the week-end at their home BRIDGES EASEMENTS AND OTHER PUB- Section XI. That the Grantee Is hereby -
I here. LIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF CLEWIS- given the right and authority to make .;o.';!
D. G. Alston was a business visitor .- evening. TON. FLORIDA AND ITS SUCCESSORS, alignments: of this grant and all rights 1
Thursday. TELEPHONE LINES. TOGETHER WITH and privileges hereunder, but any assignees .'3
in Tampa ,
I ALL THE NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE I of the Grantee and all subsequent .
A. V. Southard left Tuesday for CONFERENCE MEETING OF RED '
APPURTENANCES THERETO FOR THE a-slfjnees. shall be bound to the same extent '..:":
Mr and Mrs. T. B. Shelley vIs- Ocala to take up his duties with I CROSS TO BE AT PALM BEACHA PURPOSE OF SUPPLYING TELEPHONE as the original Grantee. :.
SERVICE TO SAID CITY. AND ITS SUC- Section XII This ordinance shall take :';'<
ited in Fort Myers ...Sunday. the U. S. Engineers on the cross- CESSORS. THE INHABITANTS THEREOF effect as soon as It shall have been duly ':--!
state canal. I conference of the Red' Cross \ND TO PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS passed and adopted as required by law and :'i
representatives from Clewiston and BEYOND THE LIMITS THEREOF. AND accepted as herein provided.
3
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken spent IMPOSING PROVISIONS AND CONDITIONS c"tlon XIII. That the Grantee shall ,
Friday in West Palm Beach. Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. I. M. Paf- from Palm Beach and Glades coun- RELATING THERETO.BE ilp its written acceptance of this grant ';
ford, Mrs. A. V. Southard and Mrs. ties will be held in West Palm Beachon IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION with the Clerk of the City Commission of ;:;
OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, !the City of Clewiston within thirty ((30) .'
3 Grover Poole, of Ocala, spent H. R. Hall spent Tuesday In West Monday, October 28. FLORIDA: days after It shall have been duly passed '::
Palm Beach. I John L. Teets, Red Cross field Section I. That there Is hereby grantee? and adopted as required by law. "
Friday night in Clewiston.J. to CLEWISTON TELEPHONE COMPANY Section XIV. That all ordinances and "
representative will have charge of. a corporation organized and existing under 1 parts of ordinances In conflict herewithbe

Mrs. Robert George Mrs. Gratton the meeting. the law of Florida, Its successors and assigns and the same are hereby repealed.
H. Strunk, of Miami, was a (herein called the Grantee), the Introduced and read in full and passed
business. visitor here Tuesday. George, Miss Vesta Allen and Miss right, privilege or franchise for the full upon first reading without amendment,
&j Roberta George spent Friday In GROUP ENJOYS BOAT / period of thirty ((30)) years from the date upon the 3rd day September, 1935.
of, acceptance hereof to construct, maintain Read the second time In full and
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent Fort Myers. TRIP AND PICNICCapt. and operate In, under, upon, over and adopted by the City Commission on
across the present and future. streets, avenues the 7th day of October, 1935.
." the week-end in Fort Myers. alleys highways, bridges, ease- J. A. McGehee Commissioner.
-- Mr. and Mrs.: Joe Wolfe and son, and Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart I' ments and other pUblic places In the City R. Y. Patterson. Commissioner
is' this .with of Clewiston, Florida. 1'V.. Bigg Commissioner.
; F. Deane Duff spending moved here recently from Indian- entertained: Saturday evening and Its successors, ;
telephone lines together with all the M. AV. Bigg. City Clerk.
,,: week in Tallahassee on business. town and are making. their home on a boat trip on .the lake and picnic. I necessary or desirable appurtenances

\ Arcade Avenue. lunch aboard the "Maryland." thereto (Including underground conduits,
poles, towers, wires and
transmission lines
)
T. B. Shelley was a business visitor Those enjoying the occasion for the of
-- I purpose supplying telephone
in Lake Placid Wednesday. were: Prof. and Mrs. W. L. Beacoin, service to said City, and Its successors the
Mrs. F. Deane Duff Is spending Inhabitants thereof and and ,J. M. COUSE ,
\ persons corporations -
-- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr., and
several days this week In Palm I' beyond the limits thereof, for
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrance spelt Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Miss Mary+ domestic commercial and other purposes.
Law
at
Beach with her parents Mr. and Counselor and Attorney
This grant'is made In
consideration of the
the week-end in West Palm Beach. Snell Miss Livognia Congdon Sid- .
Mrs. F, H. Bryant. construction, maintenance and operation -
-- ney Hoover. Miss Dorothy Locbar'tand of the telephone lines by the,Grantee here- Hopkins Building
--- in provided for and for the benefits and
Mrs. ,Cecil Jones is visiting her Bill Lockhart. Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mrs. J. D. Wolfe, Mrs. C., F. TraInor conveniences to the Inhabitants of said
week.
mother in Jacksonville this City as a result thereof. 0:30 to 4:00

: Mrs. M. R. Lawler and Mrs. R. CHURCH CHOIR BEGINS Section II. That the City of Clewiston,
Florida hereby reserves the 'right, at and
N. Smith attended the show In Pa-
Dr. and Mrs. 0.' F. Schiffli :we:-ei WORK ON XMAS CANTATA after the expiration of this grant, to pur-

\. West Palm Beach visitors Saturday hokee Wednesday.Mr. chase the property of the Grantee used L. 6. MershonAGENT
under or in connection with this grant
-- The choir of the Clewiston Com- or such part of such property as the said

Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence entertained munity Church has already: started City of Clewiston may desire to purchase

E. Butler were visitors in Miani: Mr. and Mrs. A.' W!. Sias practice on the Christmas .cantata 'personal at a valuation, desired of which the property valuation, real shall and

Friday. on their first wedding ,anniversarywith which will be presented sometime I be fixed by arbitration as may be providedby New York Life 1
law.-and as condition to
a dinner at their home Monday during Christmas week the date tobe the precedent
i taking effect of this'
grant, the Gran-
Mr. and Mrs. C.. M. Littlepolm
evening. decided later. tee shall, and does hereby, give and grantto
spent Sunday and Monday' in Late The choir Is beingdirected by' Kay the said City of Clewiston the right to Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Wales.. I purchase so reserved and the Grantee
Mrs.. H. T. Vaughn, Sr? Mrs. Martha I Lawler and J. E. Beardsley and is shall be deemed to have given and granted -
such right of purchase by the act of.
r Ludekens and Mrs._ L. R. Ley- expected to number thirty voices. acceptance hereof FLORIDA
., Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson aid
dig spent Tuesday in South Bay as Section III.
That
poles, towers and
I family visited in West Palm Bea hI I
the guests of Mrs. George Yon who LaBELLE NEWS wires shall be so located or relocated and
Saturday. so erected as to Interfere as little -
was entertaining for her mother. with the traffic over said as streets possible .:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.. .:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..: :

there. avenues alleys highways bridges and :? :i:
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias and -- public places and with reasonable means :
..t..
New and Used
3_?
Miss Roberta George spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cox of Tampa I of egress from and Ingress to abutting .t. .; ,
[ visited wifh friends In LaBelle property.' The location or relocation of all ( (,
I in LaBelle. Albert H. Hill left Thursday for I poles, towers and conduits shall be made
weekend.Mr. .: :
Central Aguirre, Porto Rico, wherehe last under the supervision and with the approval FURNITURE '
of such representative as the City ..
Miss Ulla Jacobs n' visited friendsin will be connected with a sugar Commission of the City of Clewiston.may .;. 'y
and Mrs. Frank O'Bannon .f.
Moore Haven Sunday afternoin company. 'Mrs.Hill will visit her designate for the purpose but not so as '. .
I and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O'Bannon unreasonably to Interfere with the -
and evening. parents in Fort Myers for a short operation of Grantee's lines and service.proper ,. BELLE GLADE _:
left recently to to Cleveland, J
Porto go 'j f
time before joining Mr. Hill in Section IV. That the City of Clewis
I Tennessee where they will .attend ton shall in no way be liable or respon-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee aid Rico.
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the two weeks Church of God meet- sible for any accident or damage that may FURNITURE COMPANY
daughter, Rhunelle, spent the weekend -- occur, in the construction, operation or |
Ing to be hold there. maintenance by the Grantee of its lines ..
in Among those attending the Le: and appurtenances thereto and the

Miami- gion meeting in LaBelle 'Tuesday Mrs. Nettie Keen, Mrs. James acceptance of this franchise shall be |;;. Belle Glade, Florida |;
Dir and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell Id deemed an agreement on the part of said y
a evening : Dr. B. A. Bourne
were Newcombe Miss Olive Newcombe '
Grantee to Indemnify said City and to' Next Door To Theatre :
daughter Fay Lou, visited in Moere Tay. W. Moran, H.: R. Hall, 0. A. and Gordon Chauvion motored to hold it harmless against any and all liability i
,
loss, costs, damage or expense which ..
Haven Sunday. I Jones Ed. Butler L. A*, Turner. J. Fort Myers Saturday 1 may accrue ,to said City by reason of the .i'.....!......!.................................................._._' .................................:
E. Beardsley F. M. Wright G. E. neglect, default or misconduct of the
Mr. Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn id Grantee in the construction, operation or
, and a Smith Dan B. Allen W.' C. Owen,
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Campbell
maintenance of its lines antf appurtenances -
j guests of Azucar visited in Clewis- G. B. Thomas and G. A, McGehee. motored to Tasmania Tuesday morn- I hereunder

ton Sunday. Section V. That all lines constructed ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
? ing. under this grant shall be constructed and REQUEST
Dr. and Mrs. J. W.,' Ezelle and I maintained In accordance with estab-

-: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were: daughter, Emma Jane, returned Saturday Miss Ida Forrey, Glenn :Dyess, lished practice with respect to telephone I
construction and maintenance.
business visitors in West Palm Mrs. Ev- C. E. STEBEL
from Richland Ga., where Jimmy Loftin and Mr. and I Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to
Beach Saturday. erette Burchard attended the showat make promptly such extensions to its existing -
called the illness
they were by and facilities as may be required by one Electrical
-- death of Mrs. Ezelle's mother. Dr. the Arcade Theatre Sunday night. or more customers or prospective customers ContractingPHONE

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn of provided that If the revenues to be
Ezelle attended the dental convention 2121
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: Belle Glade attended the dance h3re 1Iiss'Olive Newcombe and Gordon derived from service to be furnished to
in Tampa last Thursday and such customers or prospective customers
Thursday evening. i. Friday their return. Chauvion made a trip to Moore Ha- shall not afford a fair and reasonable re- PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
on
;:/ __ Tuesday. turn on the cost of providing and rendering -
ven the required service the Grantee shall
for
Agent
,:: ,. : Capt. Richardson Selee returned I be permitted to and is hereby authorizedto
: -
WEINER ROAST HELl!
ii. ; ':.- Thursday from a business trip, to Miss Anna Rue Waters of Moore exact from such customer or custom- GENERAL ELECTRIC
TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY I ers such cash advances minimum guarantees REFRIGERATORSRANGES'AND -
/ .);: ,:-' Tampa and Ocala. Haven visited .with friends in La- service guarantees or other arrangements -
? 4 : ". ". as will enable Grantee to earna
Belle Monday night.
.< I fair"and reasonable return on tae cost APPLIANCES
Hooker entertained
: Billy a num-
: Mrs. M. J. Hirsch was called to of providing and rendering the required
:
Chattanooga, 'Tenn., Sunday by the ber of friends Wednesday: evening John Stewart spent the weekendin service. "
; Section VII. That the rates fixed by the
: with weiner roast the levee in
: : illness of sister. on Gainesville.I .
a I Grantee from time .to time shall at all

.t.., .- celebration of his fourteenth birth- times be Just and reasonable and subject
to reasonable minimum charges and
,' Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright were day. I and Mrs. M. J. Bush -motoredto I service guarantees and shall be such
,
". ." ,:- business visitors in Moore Haven Among those attending were: Fort Myers Saturday night I rates as shall be fixed or approved bytheFlorida

Wednesday evening. Charles Robertst Vincent Ogl,sby, duly constituted Railroad public Commission body charged, or other with Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH

.' Owen and James Wynn,. Pete Moltz, Miss Buena Carson of Immokalee the fixing or regulation of rates; for tele-.

'" ?Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas end Sandy Bell Junior Waldron, J. D. visited with friends in LaBelle phone Section service.VIII. That said City of Clewis-i

daughter, Mary Louise, spent ;he Hooker, Elbert Hooker, Wilbur Mc- Sunday. ton apices to pass all ordinances necessary -

week-end in Lakeland. Gehee, ;Edmond VonMach, Jimmie or suitable both for the protection Lake Harbor Fla.
--- of the said ,
and
of the rights property
Hale, Conrad Clark Ralph O'Neal, Miss Irma Lathrop, the directorof Grantee and to enable said Grantee to

Miss Margaret and Martha Van de Christine Bell, Dorothy Hare Mild- young people's work of the Bra- 1. enforce any of said Grantee's' reasonable
I for the management
j rules and regulations;
,\' Velde spent Saturday visiting. red Ward, Peggy Gallant, Martha denton District of the Methodist I, at its business and the operation and control --

friends in Moore Haven. Nell Alston Bernice O'Neal Bernice Church, visited in LaBelle Sunday of service to be rendered hereunder,
orcJ.nances
to ordinance or
I and pass any
Guthrie June Hooker Ethel and "
and Monday.Mrs. that may b? necessary: or suitable in cndcr

J. T. Dumas, of Auburn, Ala., visited Gladys Willis. to fully confirm to said Grantee the rights
I herein or hereby granted or intended so
Old Sore
RemedyOld
his daughter, Mis. Richard ------- George F. Lloyd and daughters to be. Leg

I Knight and family this week :MR.: AND :MRS.: G. E. SMITH Ruth, Edna, and Dorothy, and Section: IX. That when Grantee any portion in the of
excavated by
r. street Is Sore Yield to.
HAVE ANNIVERSARY PARTY Miss Marie Hampton shopped In I location or relocation of any of its conduits Less Quickly

A. L. Morgan was called to his.. Fort Myers Saturday morning. I poles, towers wires, transmission
I lines pipes or appurtenances the portion
home in Cedartown, Ga., Tuesdayby Mr. and, Mrs. G. E. Smith enter- -- I of the street so excavated shall within a E & W SALVE
the illness of his reasonable time and as early as practicableafter
mother. M. J. Bush who is working in
.
tained last with
Saturday evening 3-
In as
such excavation, be replaced
Largo 4-oz. Jar Sent On ReceiptOf
--- dinner party and bridge at their Okeechobee, visited with his wife, good condition as it was ":at* the time of

Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and Mr. and home, the occasion' being their wed- Mrs. M. J. Bush, Saturday.Rev. such Section excavation.X. That failure on the part of 100. -

Mrs. J. F. Tippey were visitors in ding anniversary.High the Grantee to comply in any substantial

West Palm Beach Saturday. score prize at bridge for ladies and Mrs. C. W. Alford spent' respect with any of the provisions of this
I franchise shall be grounds for a forfeiture
--- was won by Mrs. H. J. B. Monday and Tuesday in Tampa. I of this grant but no rich forfeiture shall E & W'Salye ,Co.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack and Scharnberg and for men by Jay W. take effect It the rea7Jiir.Wen&r3; by the or Grantee propriety 3103 8th Ave, Tampa, Fla.
is
I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Case and Carl thereof protected
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sathre spent Moran. Low score prize went to Max I. until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith
Sunday in WIest Palm Beach. Mulah. Johnson motored to Naples Sunday. I ( the right of appeal In either party)


-- Guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Roberts of Immokalee; shoppedin .- -

R. O. Couch of the Couch Pump J. B. Scharnberg Mr. and Mrs. Max LaBelle Saturday.

;- Company: Grant Fla., was trans- Maluh Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd, YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

acting business here this :week. Miss Virginia Gallant Miss Irene,I Mrs. Joe Clark visited with her Admit only_clean, constructive news by reading

Strickland, John Lucaa and Jay W. daughter. Mrs. Harvey Parkison at'' THE CHRISTIAN ,SCIENCE MONITOR

,.; Miss Phyllis Howdeshell of .fe'ore, Moran. her home in Alva over ,last week- A Dally Newspaper the HomeIt

0 .....). Haven, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Joe --. end. give all the con'tructiv world news but dot not exploit crime and

Van de Velde at the Watanabe. LITTLE :MISS: :.MEREDITH: ________ I II icandal Hal interesting fcarOre paves for all the family on Wotnea'a
Miss I II Activities, Homemaking, Gardena, Education and Book. Alto page for
HONORED WITH PARTY I Billie Felding and Miss Lee the Children and Young Folks Vigorous editorials and an Interpretation O.I

Carawan Nelson, of the Jacksonville I Attanaslo of West Palm Beach visited oewi in the "March of the Nttiont" Column are of special interact to men.

I office of U. S. Engineers wasa Miss Patsy Meredith was honored with Mrs Carmilla Baker at -------- -- --- ----
The Christian Science Publishing Society
business visitor here this w>'ek with a party at her home Mon- the Everette Hotel last week-end. One Norway Street Boston, tucbuiett5:
Fleece enter my subscription I I to Toe Christian Science Monitor for a
day evening, the occasion being her period of

''-.. Mrs. Moray, of Jacksonville, ar- i second birthday. Among those One Six months year $9 4 00 50 One Three month month. H 750.34 ,

rived this week to. join Mr. M'. ray I present were Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger -Notice is hereby NOTICE given that the following Naao........................................................... ..............
who is working in the I
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Engineer sub-oflice Goodman, Mrs. A. A. Munroe Mrs.C. ingby the City Commission ot. the

They are making. their home at the E. NalyMrs.. Foster Meredith City of Clewiston BILL NO.on October 27 7;' 1935. City................. ...........u.......State..to............................

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SYNOPSISThe "That stray blue-fish of CharlIe I Marcia," begged she, whimsically. "The Only an Instant passed before :Marcia til your complexion is ..
Eldridge's must 'a' swelled the col ec-. others are all very well. Indeed, that spoke again-this time with visible all you long for; creamy ;'

future of the still youthful tlon.some, too," put in Lemuel. "WhenI bluefish swain was magnificent In his effort to recapture her customary white lovely., satin-smooth No disappointments, no long
and comely "WIdder" Marcia Howe, asked Charlie what he dono/wlth It, way, but me for the crustaceans." manner. waiting for results. Money-back guar-
.recently released by death from her he owned he left It over at the Home- "Sylvia You absurd child!I" "Suppose we have lobster Newburgthis antee. At all toilet counters only SOc.Or
Idling, selfish tit-bit husband housewives is a conversational of- stead. He said he never wanted to see "Just consider the clam characterfor noon," suggested she. "I'll get the write NADINOLABox 42, Paris Tenn.

'the little hamlet among of Wilton.: Eligible another fish long's he lived." a moment-so silent, so close- chafing-dish. What's the matter, Hal,
bachelors and widowers also are In-I I "That ain't all the gifts The Wid- mouthed ; never stirring up trouble or old man? You look worried. Don't
terested. Marcia, despite her unfortunate der's had, neither" volunteered Silas wanting to be out nights. In my tell, me you hear more fish swimmingour
matrimonial experience, finds : NIckerson, the postmaster, who now opinion, he would be an Ideal help- ?" 80118 S'Ho\\1N IJlJli ,
way
pleasure In her life, but is lonely at'
times, and has Invited her late hus- Joined the group. "More'n one lob- mate. Not sensitive, either; nor jeal- The nose of the setter quivered and, 'W/NQ
band's niece, Sylvia Hayden, whom ster's been sneaked to Marcia after ous. Marcia, do marry one of the going to the window, he growled.
she has never seen, to visit her. The dusk." clams !I""Sylvia "He does hear FE
something, asserted
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girl arrives and Marcia takes to her
"I don't much mind folks makin' ridiculous!" Marcia
so you are "
"What
Sylvia. do
at once, while Sylvia, expecting to you suppose it is? 6
Marcia friendly donations," Captain protested. "You forget I am
sea a somewhat elderly aunt. finds your "Gulls, most likely. They"circle G
Marcia more like a sister. Jonas Baker declared with guilty haste aunt. above the house In clouds," was Mar- CRACKED tOES, 4\E1\
, "In my opinion, It's right an' proper "My mistake. I did forget it, I'll cla's careless answer. "The Prince
CHAPTER IIContinued3 they should. But when it comes to confess; and what's more I probably regards them as his natural enemies.He IrCHING rOES
Eleazer Crocker, who's head of the always shall. To me you are Just i delights to chase them up the
fire department an' undertaker as'well, girl I'd be head-over-heels, In love withIf beach. and send them whirling into the Sore ing and, tired Itching, aching toes-how feet-cracked, bleed.
"You didn't bring a trunk! But you goln' over there for the entire evenin' I were'a-man. I don't blame all the air. Apparently he resents their chat- troubles yield to Dr. Porter's quickly Antiseptics these
are to make a long visit, child." with the keys to the engine house In clams, lobsters, and flounders for flock- ter." Healing Oil! An amazing: antiseptic, It
"I-I wasn't sure that I'd want to," his I think the town promptly kills the parasites that cause
pocket oughter
,
Ing over here to make love to you. Again the dog growled. Itch, irritation and cracking. It combats
Sylvia replied. "You see I was a wee take some action 'bout It. S'pose there "Stop talking nonsense." Almost immediately a hand fumbled also the action of sweat acids which puff '
bit afraid of I had Idea what and swell the feet.A remarkable ,; ,
you. no was to be a fire an' him hemmed In by healing "
But It isn't nonsense. It's the truth. with the latch, and as the door swung agent, it helps repair the sore and dam- '
you were like. If I'd brought my the tide t'other side the channel? The ages skin.
You certainly are not deluding your- open, a man staggered blindly into the
things, I'd have been obliged to stay"'You're whole village might' burn to the self into thinking these men come gal- room. Porter'sAntiseptlc You have never tried anything like Dr.

a cautious young person," ground 'fore ever he could be fetched livanting out here over the flats with He was hatless, wet to the skin, and for foot comfort never HealingOil.lt before known.makes Dr.
was Marcia's dry observation. 'Twould home." Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil is made
of with cold and before Marcia
the mere philanthropic purpose see- shivering the
by makers
of Grove's
serve you right if I sent you home, at "Well, anyhow, I'm glad this nieceof Ing you don't starve to death, do you?" could reach his side, he lurched: Quinine and sold by all druggists Laxative Bromo at 300
the end of a fortnight. Marcla's come." broke In ,Lemuel Sylvia demanded. forward and fell at her feet and SOc,with guarantee of satisfaction
"Oh, please don't do that," begged Gill. "She's little critter or money back.
a pleasant "Perhaps they come to see you," "Quick, Sylvia, close the door and
Sylvia. "It's In the Alton City Courier an' will kinder stir things up." hedged MarcIa feebly. heat some broth. The poor fellow la

that I have gone east to visit relativesfor "Oh, there's no danger but she'll do "Me Now Marcia, pray do not exhausted. He's chilled to the bone." I
a few weeks. If I should come that all right, Lemmy Zenas Henry resort to deceit and attempt to poke "Who Is he?"

right back, everybody would decide drawled. "You can generally dependon this legion of mermen off on me. Asa "No one I know-a stranger. Bring
I'd stolen the family silver or done a pretty girl to raise a rumpus. relative, I Insist on having a truth- that pillow and help me to slip It under -
: something disgracefuL Besidesmytrunk Give her a month in town an' she'll his head. We'll let him rest where
Is all packed, locked, strapped most likely have all the male popula- he is a moment"Her I,
r, and I've brought the key," added' she tion cuttin one another's throats." fingers moved to the bronzed ;
with disarming frankness. "It can bs Fortunately 'both Marcia and Sylvia r wrist. '

:f sent for 'Jn case-" were at the moment too far out of ear- "He's all right," she whispered

:". "I see!I" nodded Marcia, her lips shot for this menacing prediction to "Just cold and worn out He'll be him
curving Into a smile in spite of herself reach them. Cut off by curtains of fog self presently.
"I said you were cautious." and a tide that foamed through the She swept the matted hair, lightly DID YOU

S "Don't you ever watch your own channel, they were standing In the sprinkled with gray, from the man's EVER SEE
step?" Homestead kitchen.It forehead and wiped his face.
As the myriad pros and cons she had was a room boasting space enoughfor An Interesting face It was-Intelll- A WORM
weighed and eliminated before Inviting an old-fashioned brick oven ; an gent and high-bred, with well-cut features -
her guest passed In quick review before oil stove; two sand-scrubbed tables, and a firm, determined chin.A .RUNNING
l Marcia's mind, she chuckled: snow white and smooth as 'satin; a sweater of blue wool, a blue serge :.
, "Sometimes I, do," she conceded, high-backed 'rocker cushioned In. red suit, socks of tan and sport shoes to
If child has Wormsor
!r. grimly. calico; braided rugs and shelves for match them clung 'to the tall, slender your
t dose
Tapeworm, one single
plants. A regal kitchen trulyonethat 1 figure, and on the hand lying across It '
of DEAD SHOT' Dr. Peery'sVermifuge
[: CHAPTER III bespoke both comfort and hospi nqr sparkled a diamond' sunk In a band of will drive them out.DrPeery's'DEADSIIOTVermifuge.
tality. r wrought gold.

The village store, grandiloquently Before the fire, stretched upon his It was not the hand of a fisherman, '
: styled by a red sign the Wilton em- side, lay 'Prince Hal his body relaxed, tanned though !It was; nor yet that of
porium, was thronged with the usual his eyes drowsy with sleep; while stri a sailor. There could be no doubt alt a RS ow s *.e auxu a r
noontime crowd.It from her vantage-ground on the rock- 1' about that. Rather, it belonged to a

was a still, gray day, murky with Ing chair above, the tiger kitten, scholar, a writer, a painter, or possibly -
fog, and the odors of wet oilskins, Winkle-Wee gazed watchfully down to a physician, for It was strongas COc a bottle at dnifinrisls orVrighfs
steaming rubber coats, damp woolens upon his slumbers.It well as beautifully formed. \ fill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. Cltr.a .

blended with a mixture of tar, coffee was Sylvia, however, who, In a Sylvia bent to adjust the pillow, and
and tobacco smoke, made its Interior smock of flowered chintz, lent the her eyes and Marcia's met
thick and stuffy. Long ago the air- room its supreme touch of color. She Who was this man? u: .,'. 8 I
tight stove had consumed such rem- looked as If all the blossoms in all the Whence came he? a '0' .#

nants of oxygen as the room contained.The world had suddenly burst into bloom (TO BE CONTINUED) MyIdeaIRemedyfor
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windows reeked with moisture; and twined themselves about her slen- E
"She's a Pleasant Little Critter." Flicker Feasts on Ants i
the floor was gritty with sand.. der body. ,'f!
and Finds Ample SupplyAs ,,. "Though I have tried all good;
ful, respectable aunt. Consider
These discomforts, however, failed With her coming, a new world had my .> .'.j remedies Capudine suits me
to be of consequence to the knot of opened to Marcia. To see Sylvia youth. Isn't it your Christian duty to an ant-gathering machine, the ".'.:. ,- .. best. It is quick and gentle."

. men who, rain or shine, congregated Jauntily sweep aside old conventions ; set me a good example? Whether you adult flicker Is really a marvel. He ,', 4' For cle aches headache, and neuralgic periodic,or pains muB-
there at mail time. They were accus- to behold the different emphasis she wed any of these nautical worshipersor or she does not pick them up one by 74' use either Capndme Liquid orY
tomed to them. Indeed, a drizzle, far put upon familiar problems; to wit not Is your own affair. But at least one. This would be far too tediousa j Carudme Brand Tablets.
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from keeping the habitues away, ren- ness her audacious belittling of Issues honesty compels you to acknowledge processof collecting as many as 5,000
dered the meeting place unusually pop- her elders had been wont to grapple they're your property. ants for a single stomachful. The
ular. with was an experience that continually A shadow, fleet as the rift In a sum- flicker picks out an ant hill on the

Shuffling over to the counter where shocked, stimulated. challenged mer cloud, passed over Marcla's face, lawn or perhaps In the field and probes
his friends were huddled, Zenas Henry and amused. but transient as it was Sylvia, sensI- down with Its bill to get the ants.
unostentatiously Joined them. Marcia found herself half reluctantly tively attuned and alert to changes of Then the bird sticks out its 2-Inch .-ro
"Yes, slree, there'll be somethin' admiring this splendidly normal out- mood in others, noticed It tongue and plunges- down Into the

doln' In Wilton now," Enoch Morton, look; this mixture, of sophisticationand "What a little beast am, Marcia," ant nest. The tongue is sticky as fly- !
the fish-man, was saying. "That sand naivete; her niece's novel and she cried, throwing her arm impulsively paper, asserts a writer In the Detroit ,
bar's goin' to be, the center of the definitely formed opinions. about the other woman. "Forgivemy Free Press, and once the ants are at- liUs 1'"

town, if I don't miss my guess. There'llbe For, youthful though Syftla was, she thoughtlessness; I wouldn't have tached to it, they can't get loos< The.
jnore'n Charlie Eldridge fishln In had personality, character, stratumsof hurt you for the world. You know flicker merely draws the tongue inside'its MOSQUITOESfLIESSPiDERS
the channel." wisdom far In advance of her years.A I never saw Uncle Jason. He left bill to get a nice meal, or carries
A laugh greeted the prediction very Intriguing companion, Marcia home when I was a child and Is no the ants back to her babies and feeds
"Who's seen her.?" Captain Benja- admitted, one of whose manysidedness reality to me. Even mother remem- them.
min Todd Inquired. she would not soon tire. bered him only as he was when a boy. The flicker babies stay In their nest, and

"I have," came" the piping voice of "Now what shall our menu be, Marcia Mother felt sorry, 'hurt, that Uncle which Is a hole in a tree or a deep OTHER
Lemuel Gill. "Me and 'Becca rowed dear?" she was asking. "Remem Jason should have left home as he did, 'nesting box, scarcely two weeks. Oft-
over from Belleport Saturday. The ber, according to our compact, it Is and never come back to see her. He en the youngsters will follow the par- INSECTSats
girl's Jason's niece all right, same's my turn toget the dinner." was an impulsive, hot-headed boy and ents around for over a month, and us-
folks say, though she looks no more "Anything but fish I" Marcia an- she said he resented her watchfulnessand ually keep together in family groups
like him than chalk like cheese. A swered with a groan. "I'm so tiredof authority. ,But even though he until fall.While RunDown
If Weak
prettier little' critter 'twould' be hard salt-water products it seems as if ran away In a moment of anger, one "flicker" Is the most common ,
to find. And she's head over heels in never again could I touch another." would think years of absence would name, this bird has over 100 different
love with the place. I'm almighty "But my dear, If you will have a have smoothed away his resentment' names. Most common are such namesas Feeling SluggishCleanse

glad she's come, too, for it's goin' to stag line of nautical admirers, what "Jason-Jason loved your mother," high holder, golden-winged woodpecker your Intestines of waste
be grand for Marcia, who must be can you expect? You must pay the Marcia murmured in a voice scarcely yellowhammer and pigeon matter-don't allow poisons to con-
lonely enough out there with only the audible. "I am sure of that. tinue to accumulate and break down
penalty. Besides, I think you're ungrateful woodpecker. It Is a large bird. It has vitality and health. For biliousness -
setter for company." ," Sylvia pouted. "I love "But If he loved her, why didn't he considerable yellow under the wings, your dizzy spells,sick headaches,
"It's her own fault She could have clams and other sea foods." come to see her? I know it was a long which especially may be seen In flight. upset stomach, bad breath, or lack
other companions was she so minded," "You've not had so many of themIn Journey, but if he could only have The best distinguishing mark Is the of appetite, due to constipation,take

declared Captain: Phineas Taylor, sig your lifetime as I have. Besides, come'oncejust once. It would have conspicuous white rump, and it Is the Dr. Hitchcock's Powder for.All-Vegetable quick relief. Laxative It is-
nificantly."Oh I suspect you are not telling the truth. meant so much !" best field mark at a distance. It Is mild-but effective-it acts gently.
we all know that: Phineas," Come, confess. Aren't you a wee bit "Men are selfish-unfeeling. They the only woodpecker with a brown yet thoroughly and removes that ...
agreed the gentle Lemuel G11L "There's fed up on clams? Clam chowder Mon- forget," replied Marcia, bitterly. "You back. clogged condition of the bowels. Get ,
I the large yellow tin box from your .
plenty of folks, hankerin' to be com- .day night, steamed clams Tuesday give your life to them and they toss druggist. Price 25c.
rades to Marcia. The, only trouble Is 'noon; clam fritters Tuesday night aside your love and devotion as If It Largest Meteorite
she doesn't want fem." And then that bluefish Why, It was were so much rubbish." The largest meteorite In the worldIs DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative
"With this girl at her elbow, she'll big as a shark l' I used to think it The outburst, sharp with pain, burst the Grootfontein found In South-
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want 'em even less, I reckon" Asaph would be romantic to be a Lorelei and from her involuntarily, awing Sylvia western Africa. It Is an enormous
Holmes Interposed. live deep down beneath the waves; but into silence. block of metal almost rectangular In
"Mebbe. Still, .I figger that ain't this avalanche 'of fish-I" Despairingly What did she know of Jason, that shape, 9 by 10 feet and of a thickness
a-goln to ,discourage her admirersnone. she shrugged her shoulders. dim heritage of her childhood? Of varying from 2% to almost 4 feet. It -35.

Why, within the week Sylvia's Sylvia laughed."I Marcia? Of their life together she weighs at least 50 tons. Another large
''been here,I happen to know Marcia's had don't, feel at all like that I've suddenly asked herself.To meteorite is the Greenland meteorite ROLL DEVELOPEDONE
four buckets of clams, a catch of flounders had a feast of fish and enjoyed It But cover the awkwardness of the that Admiral Peary brought: back and
", an' a couple of cuts of sword- If I were to express a preference It moment, she bent to caress Prince Hal placed in the American Museum of 8 Guaranteed Prints 25c
presented to her," Ephrlam Wise, would be for the hard-shelled suitors. who had riieu and stood, alert and Natural History in New York. It ENLARGEMENT
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up a fuss about It .1 ""There Is a 4
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sighted firebug thinks I'm a piece of Sorghum' ; "after '_
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Conductor-Lady, don't tell me you're 'Tiiles 1-Detroit"
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Not Particular "How'a your, garden getting along?" Constable-nere ,
FIsh-So you got the Job on 'the ''They say you married her becauseher "Not at all. I made a mistake. I I you stealing a
police force? aunt left her a fortune." planted potatoes and corn In It. Judg- Thief-It was
LOQster-Yes ; they said I'd do In a "That's not true. I'd have married ing from the rain we have been hav- this cemetery, and' ,
I pinch. her no matter who left It to her." I ing I should have tried watermelon." was dead.


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O-O thereof, for light, heat, power and other hereunder and to pass any ordinance or TIONS BEYOND THE LIMITS THEREOF, existing facilities as may be required by ---
Giving Ortona ,The purposes This grant is made in consider- ordinances that may be necessary or suit- FOR DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL USE, one or more customers or prospective cus
ation of the construction, maintenanceand able In order to fully confirm to said FIRE PROTECTION AND OTHER PUR- tOr.lersprovtded that If the revenues to
operation of the electric power lines Grantee the rights herein or hereby granted POSES AND IMPOSING PROVISIONSAND be derived therefrom shall not afford a
by the Grantee herein provided for and or Intended so to be. CONDITIONS RELATING THERETO.BE fair and reasonable return on the cost
(Continued from pago 1) for the benefits and conveniences to the Section IX, That when any portion of a IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COM- of providing and rendering the required
Inhabitants of said City as a result thereof. street Is excavated by Grantee in the loca- MISSION OF ,THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, service, then the Grantee shall be permitted -
former, only 17,000 cubic yards of tion or relocation of any of its conduits, FLORIDA: to, and is hereby authorized to; exact

Section II. That the City of Clewiston. I poles, towers, wires and transmission lines! Section I. That there Is hereby granted from such customer or customers such ..-..
the latter. Doth upper and lower approaches Florida:hereby reserves the right, at and the portion of the street so excavated shall, to GLADES WATER COMPANY, a cor- cash advances minimum guarantees, service tf ...'....'
to the gates are heavily after the expiration of this grant, to pur- within a reosonabletime and as early a: p oratlon o r gan id and existing under the I guarantees or other arrangements asVvlll .
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chase the property of the Grantee ue-I practicable after such excavation, be replaced laws of Florida, its successors and assigns enable the ra tee-to-'earn-a fair and
rip-rapped behind sheet piling. ":'he under or in connection with this grant. in as good condition as it was at (herein called the Grantee), the reasonable return on the cost of providingaid
or such part of such property as the saJ the time of such excavation. right, privilege or franchise for the full rendering the required service.
by-pass channel will be 2,300 'Joet City of Clewlston may desire to purchase Section X. That failure on the part of period of thirty (30)) years from the date Section VII, That the rates fixed by the

long and when the job entirely. : ,. at a valuation of the_property, rea the Grantee 'to comply in any substantial of acceptance hereof to construct, main- Grantee from time to time shall at all
and personal desired which valuation: respect with any of the provisions of this tain and operate In under, upon over times be Just and reasonable and subject -
finished it will be filled in ag tin franchise shall be grounds for a forfeiture and the
shall be fixed by arbitration as may bo: across present and future streets to reasonably minlmnm chargesand
The spillway will be 139 feet 1'mg provide by law, and as a condition pre- of this grant but no such forfeiture shall avenues, alleys, highways, bridges, ease- service guarantee and shall be
take effect if the reasonableness or,propriety ments and other public places In the subject to
cedent to the taking effect of this grant, City regulation by such public bodyas
and 44 feet high from foundation the Grantee shall, and docs hereby, give thereof is protested by the Grantee of Clewlston Florida, and its successors, ma/ at any time be charged with the
to the top of the walk-way across and grant to the said City of Clewlston until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith pipe lines, together with all the neces- duty to regulate, water rates.
( right of appeal In either party) shall sary or desirable appurtenances, for the -
the right to purchase so reserved and th.3 Section VIII That said
the top, where the afore-mentioned Grantee shall be deemed to have given and have found that said Grantee has failed to.I purpose of supplying water to said City pass all ordinances necessary City or agrees suitable to

gate-keeper will perambulate to granted such right of purchase by the a-U comply in a substantial franchise respect with and any the ', and its successors, the Inhabitants thereof both for the protection of the rights and
of hereof. of the provisions of this and persons and corporations beyondthe
acceptance
I of the said
Grantee
work the tainter gat**. I Grantss shall have six months after they limits thereof, for domestic and cOm- property and to enable
Section III. That poles, towers said Grantee to enforce any of its
conduits determination of the question to reasonable -
final mercial use, fire protection and other
A house for this gate-keepef. a wires and transmission lines thall make good toe default before a forfeltvuc This Is made in rules and regulations the manage-
grant consideration -
be so located or relocated and so erectedas in the at : purposes. ment of its business and the operation and
house water shall result, with the right City of the construction, maintenance -
power system, sewage I
control of service hereunder
I to Interfere as little as possible with additional time to and to pass
discretion to grant
Its and operation of the water pipes and
system, grass growing all around, traffic over said streets, avenues alleys the Grantee for compliance by the Grantee herein any ordinance or' ordinances that may bo
highways, bridges and public places: and appurtenances necessary: or suitable In order to'fully con-
green or otherwise, will complete a with reasonable means of egress from and Section XI.' That the Grantee is make heeby provided for and for the benefits and firm to said Grantee the rights herein or
to
and authority
given the right conveniences to. the inhabitants of the
mighty good-looking' plant. Ingress' to abutting property. The location assignments of this grant and of all rights said City as a result thereof hereby granted or Intended so to be.
or, relocation of all poles towers and hereunder but all assignees Section IX. That when any portion of a
And there are lots and lots of conduits shall be made under the supervision 1 and of the privileges Grantee and all subsequent as Section II. That the City of Clewiston, street Is excavated by the Grantee in the

cows and pigs on the job, so any and with the approval of such I 3ignees shall be bound to the same extentas Florida, hereby reserves the right, at and location: or relocation of any of its pipesor
representative as the City Commission of I Grantee. after the expiration of this grant to purchase other facilities or appurtenances, the
LaBelle visitors should feel immediately ,the City' of Clewiston, Florida, may designate Section the original XII This ordinance shall take the prop -t7 o' the Grantee used portion of the street so excavated shall,
at home. for the purpose, but not so as to effect as soon as it shaH have been duly I under or in cOl-a:;tl-n with this grant, or within a reasonable time and as early as
unreasonably Interfere with the proper and adopted as required by law and such part of such property as the said City practicable after such excavation be replaced -
As soon as there are more things operation of Grantee's lines and,service. passed 'required herein. pf Clewiston may desire to purchase, at a In as good condition as It was at
Section IV. That ,the City shall In no accepted as shall valuation of the property real and personal, the time of such excavation.
of interest to report, dear _Sx- Section XIII. That the Grantee
my way be liable or responsible for any acci- desired which valuation shall be fixed by
:lie its written acceptance of this franchise Section X. That failure on the part of
boss, I'll be back. Until then, an dent or damage that may occur In the vlth the: Clerk of the City Commission of arbitration as may be provided by law, the Grantee to comply In any substantial
construction, operation or maintenance by and as a condition precedent to the taking
within
of
revolt. the City of Clewlston Florida respect with any of the provisions this
the Grantee of its lines and appurtenancehereunder : have been effect of this grant, the Grantee shall, and
thirty ((30)) days after it shall franchise shall be grounds for a forfeiture
and the of thlf and to the said
acceptance does hereby, give grant
duly passed;: and adopted as required by of this grant, but no such forfeiture shall
franchise shall be deemed an agreementon City of Clewis ton the right to purchaseso if the'reasonableness
P.-T. A. DECIDES AGAINST law. take effect or prop-
the part of said Grantee to indemnify reserved and the Grantee shall be thereof Is the
by Grantee
SCHOOL BAND FOR PRESr'NT said City and hold it harmless against all Section XIV. That all ordinances and deemed to have given and granted such riety court of protested

liability, loss, cost damage or expense parts of ordinances In conflict herewithbe right of purchase by the act of acceptance until(with a the right 01# competent appeal.. .in either Jurisdiction i.: party.) )
and the came are hereby repealed.
which may accrue to said City by reason hereof.
rhall have found that said Grantee has
The Parent-Teachers Associationhas of of Introduced: and read In full, and passed and
the. neglect, default or misconduct Section III. That water pipes appurtenances failed to comply In a substantial respect
the Grantee in the construction, operationor upon first'reading without amendment, shall be so located or relocated -
decided with of the of
that of
the cost any provisions this franchise -
purchasing maintenance of Its lines and appurtenances upon the 3rd day of September, 1935. and so situated and constructed as: to and Grantee shall have six months
band Instruments and Read the second time in full and with traffic
hereunder.
sj) on- Interfere as little as possible after the final determination of-the
Section V. That all constructed adopted by the, City Commission on alleys, highways, ques-
lines o\ersald streets, avenues
soring a school band this year we uld 1935.J. tion to make good the default before a
7th of October,
under this grant shall be constructed and the day bridges and public places and with reas- forfeiture shall result with the right inth
be prohibitive and have agreed to maintained In accordance with established of from and ingress
A. McGehee Commissioner, onable means egress City Commission, at Its discretion, to
drop the matter for the presen. practice: with respect to electrical construction R. Y. Patterson, Commissioner to abutting property. The location or relocation grant additional time to the Grantee for .:..-:\
and maintenance. water and appurtenances -
: M W. Bigg. Commissioner, of all pipes compliance. .
Instead the school Is attemptingto Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to M. "W. DiggCity Clerk, shall be made under the supervision Section XI That the Grantee Is here-
further music make, promptly, such extensions to Its ex and, with the approval of such repre- 1y 1 given the right and authority to make
by providing a music
isting'facilities as may be required by one sentative as the City Commission of the assignments of this grant and of all rights
room where Mrs. M. R. Lav-ler or more customers or prospective customers City of Clewlston Florida, may designate and privileges hereunder, but all assignees
Is giving piano lessons to all' rho provided that if the revenues to be NOTICE for the purpose but not so as to unreas- of the Grantee and subsequent assignees
derive' therefrom shall not afford a fair Notice is hereby given that the following onably interfere with the proper opera- shall be bound to the same extent, as the
wish to take them, and .making a and reasonable return en the cost of pro ordinance was enacted on final read- tion of Grantee's lines and service. original Grantee. "

survey at the present time to determine viding and rendering' the required service ing by the City Commission of the Section IV. That the City shall in no I I Section XII This ordinance shall 'take
then the Grantee shall be permitted to andis City of Clewiston on October' 7, 1935. way be liable or responsible for any ac- effect as soon as it shall have been duly
how many students world hereby authorized to exact from such BILL NO. 25 cident or damage that may occur In the 'I passed and adopted as required by law and

like to take lessons on stringed- customer or customers such cash advances, ORDINANCE NO. 25 construction, operation or maintenance by I accepted as required herein.
minimum guarantees, service guarantees or AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO GLADES thp Grantee of its lines and appurtenances Section XIH. That the Grantee herein
struments with the thought in bind 1 other arrangements as will enable the WATER COMPANY A CORPORATION nereunder, and the acceptance of shall file its written acceptance of this

of procuring the services of a teacher -: Grantee to earn a fair and reasonable return ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER THF his franchise shall be deemed an agree- franchise with the Clerk of the City Com-
on the cost of providing and renderIng LAWS OF FLORIDA. ITS SUCCESSORSAND ment on the part of said Grantee to Indemnify mission of the City of Clewiston, Florida,
for these instruments. the required service ASSIGNS. THE RIGHT, PRIVILEGEOR said City and hold It harmless within thirty (30) days after It shall have
The original plans for'a b.md'' Section VII: That the rates fixed by FRANCHISE FOR THE PERIOD OF gainst any and all liability loss, cost been duly passed and adopted' as requiredby
the, Grantee from time to time shall at THIRTY YEARS TO CONSTRUCT, MAIN- damage or expense which may accrue to law.
would have necessitated an expenditure all times be' Just and reasonable and sub TAIN AND OPERATE IN.. UNDER UPON, avid Cltv: by reason of the neglect, de Section XIV. That all ordinances and
of about -$900'and the new plan ject to reasonable minimum charges and OVER AND ACROSS THE PRESENT AND fault or misconduct of the Grantee In the parts of ordinances In conflict herewithbe
\, service guarantees and shall be subjeet to FUTURE STREETS AVENUES, ALLEYS construction location 6peratlon or maintenance and the same are hereby repealed.
will be much less expensive as c nly' regulation by any public body which shall HIGHWAYS BRIDGES EASEMENTS AND of its pipe lines and appurtenances Introduced and read in full, and passed

a small number of Instruments 'ill be charged with the duty of regulatingrates OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF hereunder. upon first reading without amendment,
to be charged for electricity. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, AND ITS SUCCESSORS Section V That all water pipes, storage upon the 3rd day of September 1935.
be required, several pupils beng: Section Till. That said ,City agrees to PIPE LINES FOR SUPPLYING tankj and appurtenances constructed un- I I Read the, second time in full and
able to use the same instrunu ots i pass all ordinances necessary or suitable WATER TOGETHER WITH ALL THE der this grant shall be constructed and adopted by the City Commission on
both for the protection of the rights and NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE APPURTENANCES maintained In accordance with established the 7th day of October 1935.
to practice on. It is hoped thaI+ a I property of the said Grantee and to enable FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPLY- II practice with respect to public water, works, i J. A. McGehee, Commissioner,
large numbers)' will avail themse') res : aid Grantee to enforce any of the reason- ING WATER TO SAID CITY AND ITS construction and maintenance. R. Y. Patterson. Commissioner,
of this able rules and regulations for the management SUCCESSORS..THE INHABITANTS THEREOF Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to ]I M.V.. Bigg, Commissioner,
opportunity and that a string operation and control of the service AND TO PERSONS AND CORPORA- make, promptly, such extensions to its ,M. W. Bigg, City Clerk.

organization ,may be built lattr. .: I

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
TWELFTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 'ti .
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENBRY f : '>
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EDWARD DIVORCE SCHUMANN. e ''
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MIRIAM SCHUMANN vs. ?jfi : .; ._
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STATE OF ORDER FLORIDA OF PUBLICATION TO MIRIAM SCHUMANN r


You ore,hereby GREETINGS commanded: to file your : .. ) ; \\t

written appearance personally or by attorney :
In sale cause at the Court Horse
In LaBelle Florida, In the office of ,he r : ) rsf ; ;

Clerk of said Court on or before Monciy, ,
the 4th day of November 1935, and thereafter
to file with said Clerk, your writ en ,
'.. defenses, If any, to the Bill of Complaint:
filed In said suit at the time presented ,
by lav/, which :Bill of Complaint for :11- / ,';...
rorce \\as filed by the Plaintiff, this :Jrd ;. 0j (
day of October, 1935. : .
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" It is further ordered that this Noticebe : s ,; AAa cti : '
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pulllshcd In the Clewiston News, a ', ,,, OMAHA"JVinner. one after
newspaper of gene-al circulation publLhed :.
at Clewlston Florida, once a week for -
four consecutive weeks prior to November : the other, of the Kentucky Derby,

4, 1935. .
DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle H<.n- and the Belmont
the
Preakness
dry County, Florida, this the 3rd day of : ,
October, A. D., 1935.
(SE,<,L) WILLIAM T HULL -
I. As Clerk of the Circuit Court, '.

', Hendry County, Florida.A I
,true copy.ATTEST h'I I Omaha is an outstanding horse
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WILLIAM T. HULL. '
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As Clerk of said Court.J. '

M. COUSE.Solicitor Clewlston.for Plaintiff.Florida, !I L' And in the cigarette world Chesterfield -- '..

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Pub Oct 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov 1. .;.
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NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the following r merit.
ordinance was enacted on final reed ,

ing; by the City Commission of the test like-Chest '
City of Clewiston on October 7, 1915. Apply any you .:.

ORDINANCE BILL NO.NO.26 26 I erfields stand for the best there is in

AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO GLADES I :{
POWER & LIGHT COMPANY, ITS ShCCESSORS q .' :: cigarettes.
AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT, I
PRIVILEGE OR FRANCHISE FOR TIC: They arc milder yet they let
PERIOD OF THIRTY YEARS TO CONSTRUCT I

MAINTAIN AND OPERATE IN. know you're smoking. They
UNDER UPON, OVER AND ACROSS THE ''I you
PRESENT AND FUTURE STREETS. AVENUES f
ALLEYS HIGHWAYS. BRIDGTS. J} taste better-give you real pleasure. '

EASEMENTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLAC 23 l
' IN THE CITY OF CLEWISTON, FLORII A.
AND ITS SUCCESSORS, ELECTRIC LIG'IT: k\
'- AND POWER LINES TOGETHER WI"H

ALL THE NECESSARY OR DESIRAEE: : .
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APPURTENANCES. FOR THE PURPOSE:
OF SUPPLYING ELECTRICITY TO SAT I I
CITY AND ITS SUCCESSORS THE INHABITANTS
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THEREOF AND TO PERSOISAND
CORPORATIONS BEYOND TjiIS I II II
LIMITS THEREOF FOR LIGHT. HE'T.
POWER AND OTHER PURPOSES. A"T I
IMPOSING PROVISIONS AND COMI!-
TIONS RELATING THERE"! I
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION :: I'I
OF THE CITY Or1 CE l3T'1! I I
FLORIDA: I
Section 1. That there Is h"rcl>v p'.inf-i
to GLADES POWER & LIGHT COMPLY I
a corporation organized and exl;;tln:* M ,- I S r A"Y
der the laws of the State of FlorUa: 'ts::; ,
successors and assigns, (herein called the
Grantee) the right, privilege or fran-1*.'r
for the full period of thirty CO v*' -?
from the date of accep me::: -here'if tot,i- > i..I .
struct, maintain: and operate 1"t
upon, over and across the p'e;,jit'i I \- .
ture streets, avenues, nllevi. hl('.iv:;a'..', I:
bridges, easements and other pct'.!- -2'-: .- I "
in the City of Clewlston; I1:orlcUi. id .',<
successors, electric L'ght and power, I., .I
together with all the nec33;ary or d3..>'3 .e-
"purter"vcts (including undjrgrov! .d for mildness
conduits poles, towers, wire; and:: tr'"1 >- '
mJ"slc-i' "nei aD 1. for Its own use, t- e- for better taste '
phone and telegraph Unix.) for the purptceof .
supplying i 'cclriclty to said City act
its. successors, the inhabitants thereof and '
persons and corporations beyond the limits\: 1933, Liccerr& MYEM TOBACCO Co.





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