The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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POLO 9, XUMBEU 40 -, .- _. --

I! 1 JUDGE WARD GIVrS HOOKER'S POINT -Engineers To Take New York- Firm Low On _

I Over Locks Jan. 1st.

I! : INTERESTING TALK ROAD PROJECT IS 3 Sections of 'Division 8

I The U. S. Engineers have set, January -

STARTED MONDAYClewiston's 1, 1936 as the tentative data c)
AT upon which they will take over all

locks in the canals leading into Lake Pontiac Agency To McKenzie Low Bidder

Okeechobee and for the beginningof
One of the most interesting talksin first WPA projectwas actual maintenance work on the Open In ClewistonJ. On Section No. 1
the local Ki- started this week with the be- I
many months before Okeechobee levees. Prior to that

wanis Club was delivered Wedn s- ginning of actual construction on time lock-tenders for all new locks Through LaBelleThe
the Hooker's Point road from the K. Baker, of Belle Glade is opening -
meeting by
day night at the regular and supervisors of maintenance will
Pontiac in Clew-
a new agency
intersects the
where it
of Frrt point -
Elmer ,
Judge David I I
probably be named. ., and to have
the bank of the Industrial iston expects new cars
i Myers, president of the Kiwanis along Plans are also underway at this Standard Dredging Companyof
I Palm Beach county on display within a very short time
,II I I Club of that city and one of the Canal to the two miles. time to start within a short time on I. at his showroom. The back room of New York was low bidder on

most youthful county judges of the line, approximately erecting a system of markers for Baker three of the four sections comprising
this the filling station which Mr.
state, on the subject, '"The Cb 11- Thirty men are working the channels across Lake Okeechobee -I Division 8 of the Caloo&ahat--
the highway near the Administration -
and four trucks. A six-inch owns
of Youth to Kiwanians. week I chee River work and the Atlantic
.lenge and around the rim of the lake Building will be used
marl will be laid over the
surfacing I
Judge Ward was :introduced by entire two mile stretch, material close to the levee. The Uv S. Light- I as a showroom, Harold Johnson, Dredging Company, of Lakeland
A. A. Munroe, chairman of the p"o- house Department has also been was low bidder on Section No. '1, the
who now occupies the room having
being secured from the government f
gram committee, and without gn at levee east of town. asked to study the lake needs witha I.,made arrangements to move his garage only section on which that company
his discussion bid when bids opened at Jack.
into bea- were
preamble plunged view to putting in necessary to another location. A number
The work is under the supervisionof :
of the subject, by stating that the lake. sonville Tuesday. Contracts shouldbe
R. L. Sisson, WPA engineer for con lights on ; of alterations are planned to make
Kiwanians, for the most part, ere formally awarded within a weekor
: trucks are this an !attractive display space.
Hendry county.
and professional leaders two and the construction workon
I the business used for the hauling. Bryant .Bowden: will be sales manager -
: being
of their communities united together the entire river soon underway
started CaloosahatcheeCacography fort the new line of cars for
is being none
The project
I for "Service Above Self," and and Glades counties. Mr. The Atlantic Dredging Company'sbid
rains have Hendry
recent heavy
to these men falls the task of pieparing too soon ; (or the MacKenzIe Company, as
I old road almost impass- 'iI Bowden has had a great deal of experience '
made the .. .
In the lake -
the :young people of today for it Is better known region
J able: Last week County Commissioner -Ii'; car salesmanship, having
I their work and responsibilities of been For'd'dealer in Okeechobee forsix ) was $178,449.50. The yardagein
Alston had a crew at work
D. G.
tomorrow. He stressed the fact that this section Is 2,596,000 c. .y. and -
:(d and later in charge of sales
l, in material to fill some'of years
-at the present time there is a crying hauling holes the school bus ffBy Marjorie B. Wa"'ace for Chevrolet dealers in Paholcee the unit bid per yard was $.065.
the worst so
need for a keen sense of individual This section extends from the end of
i the road. Work on and Belle 'Glade,
could over
whole' get Division 7 at the Lock No
the ; present
I the project was to have started the :Well look it up, then. The new agency, will deal in both

scheme of our Government being first of last week but was delayed The new heading just goes to I new and used cars and will be equipped 3 to a point 'approximately three
southwest of LaBelle.
based on such a responsibility.He miles .
: because of some technicality. show; how things grow once they get I for 'most modern service.
should length of the section is about 7 1-3
stated that everyone started. This'business began as an .

bear in mind that the governme it occasional news letter about Ortona miles.
Bids To Be
I County Planning BoardIs I is total of 2,596,800 c. '.
i can secure no money save through Locks, and here it is already a scheduled There a )

\ taxation of citizens and that eighty- weekly kollum embracing 'the in Section 2 of :which a great deal Is
North Lake Work
- .- five percent of the people' are fs- Named By Governor I entire Caloosahatchee job. You can't rock. Standard's bid on this sectionwas

pendent on the fruits of their labors keep a born reporter quiet very long $.0969 per yard or a total of

foi a livelihood. Governor Sholtz last Thursday especially a female reporter.So On the 5th and 7th of next month I! $265,429.92. This section is also approximately

Some pertinent facts of government named the following citizens to act today let's get a general viewof bids wilt be' opened 'in Jacksonville 7 1-3 miles, In length

were discussed some of which as members of the County Planning the, work and the men and plants and contracts awarded soon there and extends to the" Hendry-Lee county

: follow:. Board, an organization set up by engaged in it, so that you'll know. after for,? the construction of the, sixteen line.I \
local D- whereof miles of levee on the north Sections 3 and 3A were bid In together
That the state and govel act of the 1935 legislature for the I speak.
of of the lake in the vicinity of| a total"of 3,071,100 c. y.
: ments are costing the citizens purpose of securing data and layingof The work extends from Moore shore '

.... Florida a hundred million dollars a plans for things which will be of Haven to the Edison Bridge at Fort Okeechobee City and for the ne- Standard's bid on these two sections

than the total agricultural the county and cessary drainage structures in that was.0793 per, yard ora totaKof
c :year-more greatest benefit to Myers, over fifty miles of lovely '
1 production of the entire sta'.e, state: river" aptly named "Crooked Water"by rection, known as Division Four of $243,538.23. These two sections

a 700 percent increase between 1902 Mrs. Lois O. Gravely, LaBelle. the Indians, but which will.be decidedly the Okeechobee project. With the carry the project :to the where.Thompson
these contracts the entire cut-off near Buckingham
That capita cst letting of
and 1931. the per less crooked, and less love-
Mrs. A. L. Taylor, LaBelle. finished under last section starts and which Is already
will be or
has increased i ;
for this state / project
of government ly, when the U. S. E. D. gets through
from $25 to over $70 m Mrs. H. L. Delaney, LaBelle. with, it. Straightening out kinks contract, with the U. S. Engineers under contract to the Huff-

1931 and was still. advancing; th: t Ed O'Bannon, LaBelle.D. deepening the channel, building setting the 'first of 1937 as the date man Constructiqn Company Like

there are 1,497 independent and o '- G. Alston, Clewiston. ...... dikes and erecting the locks at Or of final:completion the other the division channel'will already have,under a
boards and commission s miles of levee will extend contract
erlapping Ex-officio members are Alto tona make a big program, and one The sixteen '
of 90 feet
'" Iii width
taxes ai OkeechobeeMartincounty bottom ,
authority to levy from the
having Hires, of Denaud, from the board of well worth following. I elevations -
existing ground
That the cost c f the'Kissimmee River. 2 slopes to
spend the revenue. line to
county commissioners and M. E. The river work is under the sup- bends will have an increased -
,_ the 1935 Legislature was $4,235 per At the mouth of Taylor's Creek, I. and at ,
VonMach of the board of public ervision of our old friend George F. width. The flow lines elevation -
increase of 26.6 percent o'- flows from Okeechobee City
day, an which
struction.It in charge of LaBelle office.He's I
end of the job
the east
I at
th t constructeda
and will be
session there
er the preceding down to the lake,
been rather rusticating '
been announced that as will continue on
has be7.0 and
the heat similar to the five
there is being placed on I hurricane gate
bonded debt dover soon as possible a meeting will beheld here, I believe, but he'll rusticateno the west and south that grade to a 'point about a mile
of a gross structures on
everyone a half billion ,dollars for stai I for the purpose of completing, more for a while. New inspectorsare I shore of the lake. Just west of this east of the west end of section 1.
and electing a pouring In clamoring for work elevation will
: permanent the
exclusive of the gret organization will be built a five-barrel From that point
government gate
national debt. chairman and secretary.! : ._I (did' .you laugh?) and I take pleasure -I drainage culvert. Four other culverts slope downward; to a11.0: near the

Judge Ward explained that only County planning boards have I in, introducing them to you. will be built In the sixteen mouth, of Hickey's Creek between

age in the state exercised the right state and will be under the super- Engineer T. G Thorgeson and Inspector -I ., feet the grade is dropped to13.6
board L. \%'. Snell, both transferred and continues on that grade to the
of franchise at the last general election vision of the state planning P.-T. A. CORRECTION

and asked if this was being fair which is composed::: of A. B.' Dooley, from West Palm Beach office. I -- end of the section. As the

B. Treadway, Here area couple of inspectors sent officersof Caloosahatchee canal from the Or-
to posterity.Too Miami, Chairman; C. The plans of the present I
numerous to mention wei 5 Tallahassee; Fred C. Elliot, Tallahassee from JacksonviUf? Frank B. Lund, the P.-T. A. or of the music com- Lena Lock to the Gulf is to be a sea

'the many things ennumeratel: I ; Mrs. M. M. Ebert, Lak. son of that jovial and beloved Cap- mittee have never included sponsor- level canal, the depth of the water,

which are going on in our state thza Wales; Walter S. Hammons, Miami tain Lund of the Clyde.Line, and ing the teaching of band or string adding approximately a foot forov-,

. could and should be changed if ev- Beach and M. L. Montgomery, Tallahassee James E. Bass. Here's another ; In- instruments in the Clewiston School. erdepth, may be determined from

eryone would study them out and ,. Executive Secretary. spector Wallace on the job, knownas Mrs., -B. A. Bourne, President. the above figures. The step-down

to correct "Big Wallace" to distinguish him from the upper pool to the lower
take the necessary means
them, the most important of whichis NEW MEMBERS NAMED from Pop; he is a musician, too, and B. G.: Benson was called to Day- pool at the Ortona lock and will .be
his front handle is Richard A. He Ii illness of his between ten and twelve feet. -
to work for cleaner politics.The ON C. I. D. BOARD tona Saturday by
Judge closed with the follow- -- was' on the "Dania", I think as wife who was taken to a hospital Construction on all of the other

ing statement: Ray Hull, ,of LaBelle, and Dr. D. mate, when she was in Lake Okee- there for an emergency operation.No divisions of the river work are now

"When first things are placed M. Draughn, of Moore Haven were cho bee. report on her condition has been underway and with the formal let-

first, it is not a time for loud and notified last week of their appointment This bunch of inspectors sounds received at this time. (Continued on page 4)

pleasing talk, pledges and promises, as members of the board of pretty familiar on the whole and I --

"'" __ made today, but forgotten tomov- commissioners of the Caloosahatchee came over from Pahokee office and G. I Digges. And I hope. Mrs. Ray like Pafford Attends State
elsewhere F. G. Walker, Robert
row, but a time for sane and sensi-; Improvement District taking ; : sky-blue ceilings. By-the-way, the

ble thinking and acting. The needis the places of Homer G. Hand and 'Davis, Andrew H.Collins, Jim ,I WPB office has been reduced from Kiwanis Meeting
Stockley, Macpherson' Ewell, Hugh .
expressed in: George M. Hendry whose terms recently a force of 135 men to a mere handful ...
Howell and Samuel B. Neeley. i
"Wanted". expired. of 11, but practically every class- -

There was an unusually large at- At a meeting held in LaBelle Friday David Mathews has arrived from kollum the I ified man has been placed elsewhere. I. M. Pafford attended the con

tendance at the meeting.. Judge H. Daytona office. Our Castles I of Florida Kiwanians which
"Dania" in at vention
members were .
the new mention two Junior Engi- As to plants the
used to
A. Rider, of LaBelle, and V. A. well as the outgoing members.The Moore Thompson's Cut-off; the "Florida"is was held in Ocala on Sunday, Mon-
visitors and W.,1". neers over on the levee near of this week as
Allen were of the new boardis bee-line channel across day and Tuesday
third number Haven, Bl'air and Knapp; they'reboth digging a
Perry came in as a new member. At Ireland's lit- representative of the
Earl Smawley of Fort Myers. Jones is Lake Hicpochee; Dave
here Tommy
A director's meeting was he'lollowrng' bondholders of the district now. "Reliable" is at the Club. 470 men and 67 women
this meeting with tle but mighty
here, in a big yaller Buick,
.'Ward's talk aid the convention
Judge on
reached a settlement with the blondes. Possibly that's S. A. L. bridge near Ft Myers. Time f were registered
out for
several members voted eye ;i
new upon .
commissioners which will Boat Annie to go visit- register.The
board of
I blonde just to for Dredge
why he bought a car opened at
and approved. convention was
the district aft- draglines at Citrus -
abolishing two
I result in match. Over in this corner we have< Ing. There are with an
er 1935. The bondholders settled in Palmer,, Center and one at Ortona. And, the Hotel Marion Sunday
and Henry
Hans Hanson of
New Beauty Shoppe full with the district for its existing I both familiar names. And probably goody, goody, goody, the Myacda is address by Roe Fulkerson] of the one many

assets and the 1935 ta"x roll. floatation at Moore Haven the most interesting
be digging
: Jots of others, but they will or On the sec-
Opened This WeekMrs. The deal was negotiated with the next receiving line. for my old pal the "Welatka," and interesting talks made. talks were

the commissioners by R. E. Kurtzof il l Mr. Lloyd has three survey parties maybe soon I shall have some of ond day the outstanding Gatton, Presidentof

Fort Myers representing 12 per- Fletcher, that wonderful corn pudding for made by Harper
headed and
out by
Eunice Butler, who has been sons who hold the $70,000 of bonds I I Herbert Lawson and Drew Hampton which her cook is famous. the Kiwanis International
E. Carlton
operating a beauty shop in Turner'sBarber i formergovernor' Doyle
outstanding against the district. By LaBelle office is Ralph So much for formal introductionsand
Shop for the past year hF3 bondholders' The clerk at all these and Past Governor of State Kiwan
terms of the deal, the the dry statistics. I warn
clerk on
been engaged by Mrs. Milton Crouc'iand will get tax sale certificates with a W.' Hood, who was after Captair men whom I'have been treating with is. The Tuesday session was takenup
E. I.. Stewart operator Gulfport last year business and electionof
Mrs. as largely by
and the consideration
value of $34,034 proceeds and
hurt. such politeness
Carter and Mr. Biggs were
--J1'1 dean
of the beau v James W.
dt and manager new of the 1935 tax roll. The creditors personnel ]I today that it Is entirely a case of officers, of
The lock structure
have opened on at the
: shoppe they hereafter of engineering
small buildingin and
'will also
get a Hanson manners,
Don company
last week, but elected
floor of their store. gave you Gainesville was
, the LaBelle used as office headquarters will be"part of the gang and en- Florida at
"sen". Twc they
the is a "son" not a for the Florida
i The new place will be known as or
all. governor
of this district. at
frequent visitorson titled to no formality of
Inspectors are
Everglades Beauty Shoppe. District. J.
have spoken so
--- Ford-and To all those who
the job Gadsen M. named lieu-
This will be a four-booth parlcrand ; in seeing West Palm Beach was
will be modern In every respec. with sixteen years experience' and gosh knows you him!- and Frank cordially of their pleasure sin- tenant-governor for the southeastern -

The latest type of new, equipmer t i has been in Clewiston about a year A. Ray, transferred from West Palm again my engineer kollum, my all enjoy division and Jack Hoist, of Fort

has been ordered and Is expected to during which time &he has made Beach office, who' lives on the Clew cere thanks. I hope we may Caloosahatchee Myers for the southern: division\ 9?

arrive at any time. many friends and steady customersby iston reservation in the house formerly ''I its reincarnation as the state, .

Mrs. Butler is a senior operator the excellent quality of her work I occupied by Mr. and Mrs,, Cacography.

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, : TpRAVELING rapidly to the Pacific. ,
.a J News Review of Current ._ ,* coast for some fishing, President

Roosevelt l delivered several 'Important
.. .., .
; s.first was at Fremont,

F. Events the World Over rte:,,. .;uw1 JNCD., where he spoKe,
,. ., .. "
: --- -- about 15,000 farmers
: THIS :WEEK:: .
f : ;' y and was enthusi

'4: _
-' -- "
'?;"' Propaganda : .-Italian ;Troops Invade Ethiopia and' ('the; War .-1 Begins-? :"

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"l,:"' '-" ToInf1uence'l1cnv" ':', .,, ''.; : JIMussolini; ( Warns :Nations ,Not to ...InterfereCraig ; L N
Very Cheap Empire ,, ". : C'o !
f Good Airplane News .,,- -j Made,Chief of Staff: ,,
f ..
t L 'The learned Doctor Lorge?: of Tehchrsf -.'. ; T'., '<(:'_" 'd ,: '.,, ...
:; college)] Columbia university, has 'J'
/ been, studying I laws '.,2. '.. .... _" ByEDWARD, '" : P
t. governing pro p n"' I ., Western Newspaper Union.
""panda that: : influences WARMS:: on:'in east Africa. Mus- "We ,not only: ,earnestly; desire ,pence Ro

:r "- human minds, 'troops In Mrltrea: Invaded but we: are moved, ,b.v a stern determination the w

experimenting": on !'M Ethiopia-b a IISI." .Tic-cording; to a note to avoid:! those perils that willendanger his

"educated" adults he sent the Longue( of Nations, of the our peace with the world.As he "

frc n 'the' list: of unemployed Ethiopian: mobilization, 1'restdont. of t the United States I mote

I from t though. ;: this was not say to you most earnestly once more fering

-" twenty to sixty-nine ordered until after the that the people of America and the but by

,,: years old. These Italians had crossedthe government of those people Intend and vidual
:were asked to' express border and occupied expect to remain at peace with all the which

their views of strategic positions world."

"some opinions"' ut south of Mt. Mussa In Washington Secretary of State which

tered by Lincoln, Ali. Hull l made a strong"'plea for peace, declaring -

M Roosevelt, Hoover, Baltlngheta Ileroul. that economic recovery Is being good
l i&T.'taM..,', Thomas the so'cialist the Ethiopian foreign retarded by International political l

: candidate), minister sent .to. the uncertainty. He warned that' world

Arthur: nrisi.nno coolidge,. H e a r s t< league this message : political I stability cannot" be achieved vitally

Karl Marx. Many that reacted favor- ',",,,,'. "A telegram.received without a revival of world trade and serted

ably to the name of "Lincoln" did not Balt.ngheta October 3 from Has that war will block! trade. an ,

approve Lincoln's statement : : ,.Heroui, Se 'lIm; informs the
."Capital ,is the fruit'of labor, and Imperial government that' Italian! military BULGARIAN ..conspirators formed ..an sought

rould never 'have existed if labor, had airplanes. !:! this morningj, .bombarded plot to assassinate King bridge
Boris III and seize control-of the. government
not existed: Aduwa and Adigrat,. leaving many

-. -" victims among .the civilian population, -they.-.were, foiled and" ence?,
Those that "objected" had'sound rea- Inclnding,}yomen and children, _'and de- many persons were arrested// l Ideals :

son-on ,their side. Capital is not ,the stroying numerous houses. Sources close to the government declared tution. l
fruit of labor. any more' than labor, Is7, "A,' battle ,1s at this ,moment taking an attack';' was .'to lave ,been .'No : T

the. fruit of capital. .Capital(. and)labor- ,place In the 'province of ,Agame. made on the king as he appeared be- made !

are both the fruit of human intelligence. :.. "These ,events, occurring on Ethiopian fore his subjects review a paradein of

territory, constitute a violationof celebration''j'of the anniversary of tural

The'' Intelligence of Thomas A. Edison the empire's frontier\ arid 'a' breach his' neces-slon' to the; throne 'Marching

.supplied !labort.Jobs"employingmil I of the "covenant of the league, through 'soldiers'were to have been without The

lions of men and paying billions ,In Italian aggression.".. ; ammunition, and In'the confusion following tory,"

wages, and that Edison. Intelligence 1 A Reuters dispatch_ _from Addis'Ababa : the'n acli: the plotters hopedto a ,r :
alone supplied capital! ): to those that said the Italian force advanc- take: control of the arsenal:and public -'' neys

knew how to use.. 'Edison. .=s' (ideas! on a Ing. oJ! "Agame,'had been defeated- but buildings .lar ;

big scale. this report probably was false. He
The Italians moving south from the M AJ; GEN. -MALIN CRAIG, a 'vet

The''great'eJem'erit In "propaganda.," Asmara' reg'on, crossed the Mareb riv eran of two' wars and commandant pose

"persuasion.'," in advertising, is: repe er'frontier' at widely separated' points of the war college, was appointed for ery
tition. Say"a thing l often enough an'd'the and converged In heavy columns toward chief 'of staff of the American army by !

average man believes it, not asking Aduwa,' the scene of the terrific President Roosevelt.. Lns <

why. Of all human convictions,. none I Italian defeat 31!) years ago. Government He took office Immediately --

is more firmly' fixed, irnmovable. thanthose' authorities in Rome at first de- succeeding Gen. ,At

based ,on 'sup rslf"Ion. I Ignorance, I nied that Adua aid Adlgrat had been a .. '. Douglas MacArthur sisted ,
falsehood and. preposterous credulity. bombed, but this ,action was reportedby who i is 'on his way to .
American correspondents with the the Philippines to be which
Is Italian: H Y., l9'. military'adviser'to the
'Encouraging news: army.

,"An .aviation program of more ,than Halle Selassie's order for. general new Island common- was

3,000 new planes to-cost approximately mobilization was carried throughoutthe we ltli. Craig is jadvanced vate

$00,000,000 has 'been mapped by the empire by the, ominous beating of to full.general den

Army Navy and > Marine corps for the )war; drums, ,and his ,eager warriors ship.Born )
I the hundred thousand. in St Joseph,
responded by
193G. > .
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If :we ,can afford five thousand million I The emperor's first war order was to Mo., In.1S75, Craig wasGen.Malm with

dollars to prevent the ,depression I', his''chieftain., ,Has Kabada! and three Craig: graduated< from West : !

Americans to take 50,000, men to. Point in 1S9S.
killing too many we- may I other generals : the
well spend ,,sixty 'million dollars. to. keep Mt. 'Massa'' All. The defense in the Immediately' afterward he saw serv- who Clayton.'f'
foreigners from shooting at ,,all of us...I North was entrusted to the Negradasof ice In Cuba :during the SpanishAmerican ...'
-. Wollacho. It vas estimated at Ad- war,. and in .June, 1000, participated _r
In the .China relief i expedition made honor
The Van Sweringen brothers had dis Ababa that the emperor could I 't

railroad properties that financial writers count 'on the services of about. 1/250- necessary by. the Boxer outbreak. Aft- wood

called ,a "three billion dollar empire 000 fighting men, and the women' also er servicein, various army; posts In this Exe

." are ready for active work in the conflict country! ,,''Craig,, ,upon American! en-
trance into the World war in ]1917, was then
Perhaps "three billion" referred to. '
assigned as. ,chief of staff "o'f the Forty-
bonds, watered stocks, and other "se- that outfit .
SIMULTANEOUSLY' with the first division and sailed with COL
or"the opening -
curities" "empire.t In, any for'France.Later; .
of hostilities in Ethiopia Mus-
the. Van borrowed
case, Sweringens
: .
he became chief of staff of
ollni the signal for tremendousmass :
dollars that"em- gave
forty-eight ,million : ,on
the First army corps, serving 'in that :
'of all Fascists In
pire, largely from J. P. Morgan & Cc until '
of Black Shirts In all position the armistice was
did the million Italy Millions
They not pay,, forty-eight signed. ment
the cities dropped everything and assembled ,
dollars, the whole thing was put can
at auction the Van Swerlngensbought to cheer for the Duce 'and his -
up mittee
REASURY report for three monthsendlngSeptember
African adventure. From the
back control of the "three-bil A onel
30 showed a first-
the Vcnezia In Rome thepremier
lion-dollar : palace
empire" for three million ft
shouted the words that com- quarter 'deficit of $832,000,000., This
dollars, one-tenth of 1 per cent of the was 34 for a
per cent greater than
three billions mitted his nation to a policy that may
and forty-five million dol- whichat
corresponding period a year ago
mean either victory or ruin. He reiterated -
Jess than the amount don
It his determination to seize territory that time WlS'a record deficit Ex- I
for the amounted to
penditures quarter
: from Ethiopia but declared he
$1830000000.. This was an averageof
would do everything possible to prevent "- he
The hurricane that 'destruc1 about
spread the campaign from bringing on'a a day. ;
tlon over Jamaica and Cuba obeyed the warned The deficit occurred In spite of Increased
European war But he the Borah
suggestion of Miami's weather: bureau taxes and other revenues incident
League of Nations and all nations to *o
and went 200 miles, out to sea. Florida to improved business.. Total
keep their hands off saying:
much obliged to that hurricane revenues for the three months were
'To sanctions of an economic character mittee
wonders, whether; anybody : has any $!$998,000,000 compared:: with $954, QO,- '
we reply with our discipline, our been
definite plan to control' destructive 000 In the corresponding period of. the .
sobriety, and our spirit of sacrifice. and'.fr
hurricanes. preceding fiscal year. 'C
': [0 sanctions of a military characterve ,
will reply with measures of military not ,
William J. Cameron, broadcasting pOTATO control was the subject ofr I
character. To acts of
from Detroit, able to interpret Henry I IFord's war we discussion at a hearing called by the
'will reply with acts of war.
views better than anybody' else. AAA In' Washington, and officials from
Summoned hastily to a meeting of
finds economic signs -'already changed. farmers and consumers were given a
the'league council in ,Geneva the :
for the better/1/' ,More Important, the chance to say what
statesmen ,of Europe found,.themselves V
"American mind has made a reniark.able. they thought .
recovery of e.qni.libriumt. .n confronted by the fact that, an undeclared the Warren act which
war was being waged: by a provides for quotas .way
league member against a league mem- and
In Nebraska President Roosevelt addressed for potato growers '
ber. Article XVI of the height
league cove- with tax
his first speech of the''earn. a prohibitive
paign of 193G to }5,000 farmers: gat'h.ered ,nant provides for severe penalties for on production in excess $ ,

around the rear'end'of his car such a war ;when 'the aggressor has of quotas, and Is Ing

and 20.000.000 other farmers by radio.. been determined. The sanctions ra'nge armored with jail penalties A
through an .economic and financial was
for willful buy-
He talked
earnestly, with Jesting; he
boycott to final military Before .
penalties. -
understands the silence of farmers who ers or sellers of bootleg -
going) to Geneva. Anthony Eden ding
applaud little while expressing no dis: '
approval.The of Great Britain conferred'with Pre- This act was
01'I I
mier Laval of France in Paris He had posed by the for
farmer, who lives and thinks b> '
himself, is not a demonstrative being. instructions to throw the full supportof Dealers, and Secre- Wallace
his movement behind league efforts 'tary of Agriculture Wallace said at peake ;:
to Isolate or halt the conflict in Af Plate,
Explaining and defending AAA an the' conference that he does not wantto 1
administration device-that tells farmers rica. French officials believed that If enforce It and will, do all in his & ;

what, where, how much they ,may sanctions were applied by the league, power to avoid enforcing it. He ot- ingen ..

plant, 'what animals they may raIse, I they would be only economic, which !. fered'several: plans for voluntary methods r .
would shut off lonns and '
what ,prices they must charge the raw materials which t-ould reduce potato surpluses IN
from Italy. The mobilization
President chose this convincing. state of and raise prices. He continued -
ment: the British navy In the Mediterranean\ : ican' ,

"Three years ago I visited farms In I and the Red sea continued with accelerated "Potato growers are In ,real I' trouble In the :

tnis state and saw,, farmers, threshing 1 speed. and the AAA wants' their judgment I libel

30-cent wheat and shelling, 20-cent, on possible cures for potato problems., cism
corn." ,' FRM assuranc" that the United Potato prices ,are about half of parity The
With farmers, facts count.' There would not be .drawn Into a and the AAA desires to get .the full Gen -

Is no 30-cent wheat or* 20cent'cor'n foreign war was given by President benefit of the judgment of potato pro- the

now. -. Koosevelt In his address at San Diego.He ducers concerning plans for Increasingtheir Col.

King. Features Syndicate, Inc said returns." Fort
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I "cetal. n., THE CLEWISTQN'NEWS' ;;FRIDAYy' -
'OCTOBER 18, 1935 :
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j ....,, 11..WHY( .BAY. .TURNS.' YELLOW'', -' IMPROVED : '.. ." "' .., ..., '''0:'' d. ...... ......NJ..r..., -"of -I. .r ... .., ." a-t. .1 H 3 J

; -1..1.;! .... ; --:". ., UNIFORM, INTERNATIONAL ... : .... ,' ,7;,::,. ', ".:,':' :...: :':: -- --. '':
I. ."La ''Jolla near San Diego, 1
I I' .r-' Calif., had this summer' a visitation "Wasn't: .: 'I' goodand/gla4to'Hiiscby.eriit1; : :: : ; '! '.H., c. I.oliI_. :

I I! :::.ia.oi.. :''Selloiyrtv"tter," unique In that re .SUNDAY: L ess'on ," ,' .'... ... f. i' .' ., .'. 'i""". j' t I. ..1 i.. .. 't.:
: gion- both: because of the prominence .

:,. '.r:','l 'of.yellow; :'and,the extremely, 'small size By Member' REV. V of li.Faculty ITTZWA'IKK.Moody Bible U. U.;' I '" '. ', 1 ...,. : ', ,' .i I I .. :I. ... '. I : ,
I .,: 1 of the causative, organism, says the Institute of Chicago J otltlo 7:
I .&,Western Newspaper Union.. 'Calumet : :
Collecting Net published In the )Jn Baking? thder ,
[ j.:, ,: J.' trn 1JI
: .
.. terests. .of marine .1 biological. .I Inborn' .N y- : I t- ... .0" ,

I 'tories. No satisfactory Identification, ... ;
Lessonfor'October 20 ,' <: 1" .1
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::-'of;_" this organism. has been obtainedIndtti1diials r '" in a big new. lOf'ca f 'i"WHAT'S '.,, ,H''j- : ;
i :: had"a i a : length of" only/ i i : ,
fi.... 'about( thousandths of a millirile'll :THE: MESSAGE Of' JEREMIAHLESSON ., (, '::. ; :' '. rir'r "
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tei.They: : ,had four .llagella. he'case TEXT-Jeremiah 7:1-26. .... .!,.I. _.. ,'"i I ." "'J

was also remarkable on account GOLDEN 'TEXT-Obey' my' voice;'and THE SENSE ::..1 'v' I.;. .:.-.
.:'::'::'of the entire a'bscnce'or. other plankton ,: 'I will be your '''God, and yo' shall. \ ibe:; in taking chances with sec. ,ci '::,2
: 'r. :'my people. Jeremiah 1:23.' i and-bests ,whenyou can, .,.xs/., < :. '
: ; .
:organisms . \PRIMARY: "'TOPIC ,-What JeremiahSaid. get a good, big can of Calumet i M r,4s : y: : '. '
Its noted abundance, from about July'... for'me7" :asks L. ...11.-_ .
: :
-.. 27 to August 7. : JUNIOR :.TOPIC'Jeremiah's 'Stirring'Message .. Mrs.Tobin. tJ......' .<:;

.- ; "I' :: had baking
vt .never : a !
INTERMEDIATE AND. SENIbR -..-, failure with Calumet," ::;
TOPIC-Doing; What God Commands.1'"' Mrs.Tobin said.And judging '
2'i:4: 2>;.
the faces
by expectant .
Q.PIC-Th; Will of'God.''for. Our:Tlrnes.The. I '' I
I .
." :. of Richard and :Patricia, .:
4 p :. .,. Mrs.Tobin not,the only "??6i : s: 4y' h, ;,rJf ::' rr C
I prophet stood in the gate. of '. '
member of her family who :
"the temple' In' order that the multitudes .
I i'I
knows how delicious Calumet > .111.
might hear him; .The occasfon" cakes always are( l.q4t.i .r, I..,I .

was the coming together of the people tF ), T Jkty, ,I/r 4 I I 01'. ,, .
from all. over the country to .attend a ..' SIMPLE TWIST. .and tie Easy j ,,, :r] ::' ":

.feast' From this ,place 'of 'prominence Off.Top lifts off. No delay, no spilling, : '; n"
USE'one of the 4' >Jeremiah called the people .'to'- obedi no broken finger-naihl 1 .,
r.. ..::4
._,...",right Lamps in your 10 days own home. S 'FRICEDA3 ence.I. What God Requires (vv. 1-7)). ;f.f; sj jv:%.fX %l/.y. / : WHY DOES'CALUMET giveicuch astonishing "baking .If..00.1 1j
Prove to yourself, by test i luck!'?Whyis Calumet difierent from otlrtf baking powder*? t ., '\
; sa. I r j1
1 Amend (v. 3)). This w ,,4y ?
i ;:1. ;fund comparison with any $3 5 your ways ; Because L
*other type of light,that or"l r ''Y yA $o p y :r Gf7 CalumetcombineVTWicrdiftinctlefi; veningactionj.| ; < fj> r'iqu I :: "
means that their course l living ... o
:'-1 the Coleman meets every Shade ;na ; ::<; k'one for the'iAixiii'gJjpwl.' slower one for the oven pc-a : :: -1
v//4)< and Calumets double-attio8'ay o 3ierfectlfbelanceEtand l.r# '
I : lighting need in your end should be reformed by exchanging bad i "
/ yac'
I home with its 300 candles ,. s' Globe controlled that it produCffEpmccft lea\wvng-eyeryf.t me. _, a. .. ..
I .+ ,; >
? ), Eftn deeds for good ones. On the basis of yrs>jy/% tir:' + d" t"i ,1
y' :I :power "live" pressure r %:.: % :o... .: f. 'tf tt* .. ,
,8'. light that protects your this change God would permit them to : :01 I /
f ,... ;. sight> This offer is secured .
by a Money-Back,Guarantee through remain; In their city ;and country. Fail- 1 .'.
;. your dealer. Just send a postcard asking for ure to comply with this demand would ,

'; i [.Test your Certificate hardware,or giving house-furnishings name and address dealer of eventuate. l In their expulsion.: t / All Cali' et ulr, I .-It...;;

:,. ,and we will\ send you a Test Certificate to present \: 2. Personal :experience _jv.( 4).: The 1.1. 0>

+ to your dealer. people regarded the'temple as a charm li 11 I .,1 n ". a:,
ITHE CO. lower I.;
,.r COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE Call A S t t hl .,
'i 'Dept' WU146. Wichita Rons; Chicago ill; against evil Irrespective of the con i o I : I I/.11"I ., :
f 'Philadelphia,Pa.; Los Ancelcs, Calif. [5146J;
":; i dition of their:.hearts. Without a heart lowest prices inh5story: ><> .'e the regulanWy4 II"' ''''

) ; j experience, the. most sacred institution i ? Canis nov"6nl 25I!': .1 ,.. I
: fir price opull-P6un4 .
'II :; } Like Gangsters .. .,! ana!' ordinances are valueless. / Trust-: ; ; ,; : j g n o..i., i ....", lr' -

J i Bad luck comes -(ill In a :bunch Ing"'In1\religious forms- while lacking a ; 3'ff r' AnS be,sure 13 seethe| new, big 10 can -"

:F j Which is also true of l ziness and'i vital experience Is the height of folly." 1 idlot ,
dime '
} of. goo i baking 'foiri ; with
i I umbness. 3. Social justice (v. 5)); The proofof | .. I "I

: ) their having reformed was the execution Calumet, the pouble-Actijigl.fiatjjig, ,. 1.->

.of justice between man and his n rp;
:: Y Il r Powder A product of General Foods. '
i neighbor. The evidence of one's beIng I I iniiT iTio '1aV1
In touch with God Is his fair jlealJ

I : lug with his fellow men. j '! .

i .' :: A.; ,Notto ..oppress ?the, helpless ((viC ,

I I ': )'. The stranger would" likely be ignorant 'ifylJ, ;;)2 'I 4.ti:' .9L D '
f .
I of the laws of the land The !:3 'Iif :& ..."
IT :
i J I Ii widows and orphans wouid usual j.y'be l.:1tr1 \1'Jcp a B lQi t U, a, .uJlI.Ud. ill ,>0' ". ._ ...

1 : i imposed upon. Protection. and defense u II. ..f ." < ." r ,r . '. ....11 ..

.i Ii of the weak Is a sure sign of godliness!: CALLING ALL CARS CALLING. ? h Il -Ito? ,v le -'' 111 I In

R. Not walk after other gods (y. C). ALL CARS. LIFE CONVICT ESCAPES

I I ... ..
,I I II Theo worship of Idols and conformity FROM STATE PENITENTIARY .

I I I II I to heathen, customs gb hand In hand''. ; HE'S. HEAD< D# NbRTH a.. >:
True m6ra'uly' "determined by'the r .. .
ON ROUTE '3I -NA( 'BLUE. .r"
: ROLL DEVELOPED Individual's attitude toward God. :' i' TOURING CAR KE1iE; COf1E5 A.S U r r' .

I !J .' i i : 8 Guaranteed Prints ', : AR.oz'I Np ,
JE II. Some Solemn Warnings (vv.S-15) I t
I ; ONE ENLARGEMENT W C, 1.,' The teachings of, false prophets I [:. SAY, ISN'T THIS l Wle > BE t'RAV h nIM '

JACK RABBIT .Spartanburg.S.C. (vv. S-ll. These false prophets
f r ; E'A RbK
I -=- taught the people that attention to' t I d

f ; i ceremony' and4 observance: ofr religious" : II
i! : : them from 'strlct j s .
I i : form: exempted ,at-f y'' I ; '(T WASN'T I IT THE PCHASI
tention to morals. Those who heeded
I the words of the lying prophets did not r -
; I I 1: { .hesitate; to steal, murder,commijt adultery i Il1Ii ,-i ? I ,
I !' I I I P N : ; weii falsely,' hnd practice ..|do1- :-. : \\::

Though I have tried all good jay': atry. They would even come Into theLord's -
remedies Capudine suits me best ? :4 -T 1
house and claim freedom to '
: because it is unusually quick'" ;
j I and gentle." For headache, practice ,such abominations;: The sacred ;
neuralgic, or muscle aches, -
Itself filled with such worshipers
temple -
use either Capudine Liquid or : ati :
; ; Capudine Brand Tablets. >S; r.l would :Jbe a den of robbfers. --

2. iBy the destruetionof; Shiloh (vv.

12-15)). God caused his tabernacle. to,

j be setup..in Shiloh, but in EH'sj: time .

jI I : : i iI : he gave, It, into the hands of the Philistines AL? HT tARRY't IANDyL00K WHO,

because of the Idolatry of: :the. ,I'

people (Ps. 78:50-00). The prophet OIJTIDIZZIr,DEAN. .

I : 'II CLAUBED I ADS III declared that God would do even: sowith

:. thejtemple, the cltyjaml( the whole
country::' :This heYhad'already I done
; .:Pure Bancroft !Seed. Oats, recleaned and with Israel and the northern kingdom.
': ;. graded '.certinedibv Georgia Crop Improve I. The Condition df "the
111.r .Hopeless"' ;
: ;ment Afcsn. jfpr purlty:and. germination
; $1 bu. Samples. R.,5I.Turner, Koyston, Ga. People '(W. 1620)I) : j T j ,

Their propensity to do evil was; so GOSH, DIZZY SURE -+ ftiCN S

f i ;AGENTS WA' TED-Sell Christmas Cards.:" 6tr6ng"that-all efforts "at"-reclamation SOCKEDHIM i= -
I 7 1 I write for free samples, details. Solbrnokc. futile. RIGHTOFFCERW
\: ; ,,421 Seventh eve-.N.tjY. Dept. C.:, .-were!
I\ i 1 "1: Pray not-for them-v, 1C). There. Ian .tiI ;t .

'Is such' a -thing 'as.. sinning: :unto death,- wiri:

It : In which case' prayer useless (vl;1O;;' ,
i Beware coughs cf. I John 5 :16). I t = J

.. -"-2- Entirefnml1les.de'oted their energies ....

: from common' colds, I to that which provoked !JGod's;
anger '(vv.1719). This was done by ,, :, -. ---
:i.. H That On' young and, old, men and women.' They '
: t GEE, DIZZY, 'YOU WELL, ON/YOtJ WON T tn; F10yV t O OU ,
,did It with, the-de'fln.'itg: 1 to

., goNo matter for many medicines ;: God's anger. 'r'lleprophetas' THAT OLD AND ENERG of Y ? AND I EAT rS ENERGY-.
I tried your cough,. hesb s1J ed them that the outcome ofl such SPED .MAKING., FOOD TOO. *
cold drlnbrichfal iiTlfcitlonrryDa taw
tomluctv&fd'be' their Oilier con uSio //r
; get relief now With Creomulsion. i. WHEN YOU t3EANOF ENERGY, TOO, -J THAT GRAPMUTS THERE '
Serious trouble may be brewing and IV. Judgment Sure to Fall (v. EQ). ED THAT CON-/ TO KEEP POURING BOUT HAVING A HELPING

you cannot afford to take a chances Because the people poured out the r VIP' i : = Tj4Ar T OI EC OF NOtN ?
with, anything less than Cr@ muli offerings tct Idols the. furious tang tr .. 1'I' I
i Z lion, fwnlch< toes right ito rthei eeat 1! and wrafn .
I of the trouble to aid nature to or 06awoiill'"be O it

I .... I soothe and heal'the Inflamed mem- t upon! ? men beasts, trees fruit
. : branes as the germ-laden phlegm.: I Ii or- the ground Uow this pourf< ': 1- 1111 l.'! Y } Ilitfi

is loosened and expelled. filled the history of the k ;s
Even if other remedies: have '
f failed, 'don'fc';be, discouraged,*-your '," .clear., ,
( druggist is authorized to guarantee S/.t: ObedTehce'" -"God"8ett'er "than" '

Creomulsion and to refund your Sacrifice (vv. 21-2G). "
money if you are not satisfied with The prophet appealed to history to
.i results from the very fiffet bottle.
(pet Creomulsion rightonow. (Adv, x tioa that Gpd requires heart Servicernis. .

f j r *+ s H w $ ; ,rathrt thr\ ( {cimWto rellg., ) .,!.t.:
I Iou" .' 11I llsslng's 'Israel -

through obedience, while cursings tol- .

[ Cuticura Soap lowed disobedience. OnYcon'dl'tlo'n''Kf( \ I } -I -

obedience to hla- requirements vGod, Girls! Get Valu 1$lefPrizesFree| !] !
lsec| |to l 4 [f Boys/ \I.. .
J For the Daily{ fare pf pin !! < ntbep ta|,, \ys people x ;
.flnd to bless hem.' J" 11' '! 'J (
Your Hands r r,.. \ '- D'"ZV. EAN 1 vIN4'q: :- Join'D16yDean Winners-Ca Dii. 's.ic14iecet. -.:..- ;,

: Prolong the youthful appearance of The Seventh ''Wave" t'""..,_ I, -.) ..t." Send the top from one yellow-and: b uc'4 PN113,package; % "
your hands bv them the Dizzy Dean Winnors Membership with your name and address,to Grapi tits Jattle CreekMich., -w-, ,
: same care you/gif giving q fypj ife&s.J tfe. The man who waits for some seventh Pin.SoL'd bronze,with rd enameled for. .membership pin and copy of clu nanu:J, containing list of >tr
Cnticnra : wave to toss him on dry land, will lettering. Free for 1 Grark :
I Soap every time you find that the. seventh wave is a long In ordering member* strait eating Grape ubfrrt: qdap;-It'has a 4rm, 1
: wash your hands; it will do much time coming. You can commit no ship pin,be sure Co ask for Prize 30 1. :J. 'I sn winning flavor all it; i awn crisp, nut-like, 'de- iy
ria to prevent redness and roughness, Piece. Just like :: j for two tablespoons 1'
.. greater folly than to sit the road Dizzy Dean! Lucky .. licious. Economical t etve too, -
.,: caused by .daily; tasks, and to_ keep Dizzy carries-with his good luck u J ,.with whole lteWTeam-provide more.
side until someone comes along and mono.on reverse sIde. free for 1 '
hands soft, smooth and lovely. 0 ciivane; d .nourjshrnent t&. |riiany'd hearty-me APtoductofGcnerDJ
invites to ride with deriagluckypiecekaskfogPrize303g G"oo
you him to wealthor D \.\) (Offer expires Dec.3 i, Q3goodoniy'inU.S.A.) Food*
Price 25 cents
., Influence.. B. Gough.

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The Clewiston New In the City of Clewlston, Florida, and Its representative as the City Commission of regulation by any public body which shall of thj Grantee and all subsequent assignees --
successors, electric light and power lines, the City of Clewlston. Florida may designate : be charged with the duty of regulatingrates shall be bound to the same. extentas
together with all tho necessary or desirable for the purpose, but not so as to to< be charged for electricity. the original Grantee.
vpourtonAecr (including underground unreasonably Interfere with the proper Section Vin. That said City agrees to Section XII This ordinance shall take
I'ublished every Friday in Clewls1 jn, conduits po'es, towers, wires and trans- operation of Grantee's lines and service. pass all ordinances necessary or suitable effect as soon as it shall have been duly ...a.
: ml =3loi: "ne sad for Its own use, tele- Section IV. That the City shall in no both for the protection of the rights and passed and adopted as required by law and !}
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEI-TS, phone and telegraph lines) for the purpose way be liable or responsible for any accI- property of the said Grantee to enable accepted as required herein. 'It
Inc. of supplying electricity to said City and rent or damage that may occur in the said Grantee to enforco any of the reason- Section XIII. That the Grantee shall
Its successors the Inhabitants thereof and construction, operation or maintenance by able rules and regulations for the manage- file its written acceptance of this franchise
persons and corporations beyond the limits the Grantee of Its lines and appurtenances ment, operation and control of the service with the Clerk of the City Commission of
Keathley Bowden, Editor thereof, for light, heat, power and other hereunder, and the acceptance of this hereunder and to pass any ordinance or the City of ClewIston, Florida, within
purposes. This grant is made In consideration franchise shall be deemed an agreement ordinances that may be necessary or suit- thirty; ((30)) days after it shall have been
of tho construction maintenanceand on the part of said Grantee to Indemnify able in order to fully confirm to said duly passed and adopted as required by
mail .It- operation of the electric power lines : aid City and hold It harmless against all Grantee the rights herein or hereby granted law.
Entered second class
as n by the Grantee herein provided for and liability, loss, cost, damage or expense or intended so to be.
ter February 1, 1927, at the Fist for the benefits end conveniences to the which may accrue to said City by reason Section IX That when any portion of astreet Section XIV. That all ordinances and
Inhabitants of said City as a result thereof. of the neglect default or misconduct of is excavated by Grantee In the loca- :parts of ordinances in conflict herewith _
Office in Clewiston Florida un lethe
the Grantee In the construction, operationor be and the same are hereby repealed.
tion or relocation of any of Its"conduits, '
Act of March 3, 1897. Section II. That the City or Clewlston maintenance of Its lines and appurtenances poles towers wires and transmission lines, Introduced and read In full, and passed
Florida hereby reserves the right, at and hereunder. the portion of the street so excavated shall, upon first reading without amendment,
after the expiration of this grant, to pur- Section V. That all lines constructed within a reasonable time and as early as upon the 3rd day of September, 1936.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per ytar chase the property of the Grantee used under this grant shall be constructed and practicable after such excavation, be replaced Read the second time in full and
Advertising rates on application I under or In connection with this grant maintained in accordance with established j I In as good condition as it was at adopted by the City Commission on
or such part of such property as the said I practice with respect to electrical con- the time of such excavation. the 7th day of October, 1985.

Devoted ,to the advancement f nd City of Clewiston may desire to pur- ftructlon and maintenance. I Section X. That failure on the part of j t J. A. McGehee, Commissioner,
chase, at a valuation of the real
property Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to the Grantee to comply In any substantial R. Y. Patterson, Commissioner,
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry and personal desired which valuation make, promptly, such extensions tots existing respect with any of the provisions of this M. W. Bigg, Commissioner,
County. shall be fixed by arbitration as may be facilities as may be required by ones franchise shall be grounds for a forfeitureof M. W. B\BS, City Clerk. ._ -
provIded by law, and as a condition '
pre- r more customers or prospective customers this grant but no such forfeiture shall
cedent to the taking effect of this grant
that if the rp.venuM" to take effect If the reasonableness
the Grantee shall and docs hereby, give provided be or prop- -
and to the derived therefrom shall not afford a fair riety thereof Is protested by the Grantee
grant said City of Clewlston
\ms. TRAINOR ENTERTAINSOX the right to purchase so reserved and the i nd reasonable return on the cost of prodding until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith L. B. MershonAGENT
Grantee shall be deemed to have given and and rendering" the required service, ( right of appeal In either party) shall
HUSBjAND'S BIRTHDAY : granted such right of purchase by tho act 1 hen the Grantee shall be permitted to and have found that said Grantee has failed to
of acceptance hereof. 1$ hereby authorized to exact from such comply In a substantial respect with any
Mrs. C. F. Trainor entertainedwith Section III. That poles, towers, conducts customer or customers such cash advances :of the provisions of this franchise and the .
wires and transmission lines shall minimum guarantees, service guarantees or \Grante2 shall have six months after the
a bridge party at her home be so located or relocated and so erected 'other arrangements as will enable the final dctermlnatl-.i cf the question to New York Life ;;
Thursday evening as a surprise for as to Interfere as little as possible with Grantee to earn a fair and reasonable return ,make good; the default before a forfeiture <
traffic over said streets, avenues, alleys, on the cost of providing and render- .hall result, with the right in the City, at
Mr. Trainor on his birthday highways, bridges and public places and Ing the required service. its discretion, to grant additional time to
Mrs. G. S. Mobley held high with reasonable means of egress from,..and Section: VII. That the rates fixed ,by the Grantee for compliance Insurance Company _,
score Ingress to abutting property. The loca- the Grantee from time to time shall at Section XI. That the Grantee is hereby -
and received a hostess tray as pr'ze. tion or relocation of"all poles towers and rIll times be Just and reasonable and subJect ;: given the right and authority to make
conduits shall be made under the super- to reasonable minimum charges and assignments of this grant and of all rights
Mrs. Hoomes Rich fir
was given en vision and with the approval of such ervlce guarantees and* shall be subject to and privileges hereunder but all assignees ARCADIA, FLORIDA
handkerchiefs as consolation.Iced .

refreshments were served LO: -

Mr. and Mrs. James Wolff, Mr. and Fis+..+s.N, :... .'-'N: : : : : ;: : :;_: :+:+:_ ; :MM:+:-+:MMMM-:1:+I"_ : :_:M"HMMMM:+: :_ :_: HMM-M-MM-M---M:-X 1J
Mrs. G. S. Mobley; Mr. and Mrs.

Hoomes Rich, :Mr. and Mrs. Mark R.

Lawler and Mr. and Mrs. John B. + t

Potterer. .f. .t _
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a visitor L. Arpin here of the Fort first Lauderdale of the we was>k. i New Arrivals I --;".-.-" I: -

:Mr. Arpin is associated with Agri- JI t

cultural Air Service as pilot and
used the Clewiston Airport as bl.se

for his flights to dust beans at

Glennbee J. J. Harrington Farms returned receat- l In Fall Merchandise i

ly from a business trip to New York .. .;.

and other points in the north. .+. y

New.York. Firm- .:. .:(N:(N l N l N l N l"l..l"l"l NN Z..;..l...: ..:..:..:--'t":":'.:":.:":":":":..:..:":":-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..: :...:..:...:..:..:...:..:. '
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ling of(Continued the contracts rrom on page Division 1) 8 ::, Mens' Socks Pair 19c :=: Invader Percale 22c yd :'

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very part of the river valley will be .:. .
affected by the dredging operations. :
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At Ortoaa the Spadaro Company has z .
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a. large force at. work building a
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spur track for materials from the .. .' .:.
A. C. L. line and constructing by- ..' .

pass around the 10cks e. This com- :i: Flannel Shirts .139. ., :_: Ladies Pocketbooks, :I Ii :

pany moved in their big Marlon, .. ,
seven-yard dragline the first ,of the: '' .t. .::,0.
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week from Pahokee and will have: .,. '..". ..
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week.this machine Several at* work sometime this :: -:-- :...:.. :..:.. :.. -+:e"r J"'JMJM J"!"J"!MJ"'J"J"J"JMJ"JMMJ":..:..:..:.;.%>+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...: ..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.. :i:
: other small machines i

are already working. '

-i : See Our New Fall Merchandise l j


COUNTY.EDWARD, DIVORCE SCHUMANN, =..r.Y i-= :, "_ Before You Go ElsewhereV. :: :.::.

Plaintiff Y

ORDER Defendant OF PUBLICATION Y'f ... .
MANN GREETINGS: I Ladies' New Fall Hats =
You are hereby commanded to file yC''Jr Boot Socks Pair 29c

written appearance personally or by t t- .

In'torney LaBelle.In saId Florida cause in.at the the office Court of Hot t 3e ic =i= :: 98c and ::

Clerk of said Court, on or before Mondi) y, up
the 4th day of November, 1935 and the 2- '.:'' '.: ..!.
after to file with said Clerk, your wrttt n .:" .:'. .;.
defenses, If any. to the Bill of Compla it :
filed In said suit,. at. the time prescrlb New
by law, which Bill of Complaint for c i-' Shipment Men'sSport '! t t'z'
vorce was filed by the Plaintiff, this 3d New Fall Oxfords Black
day of October, 1935. .'. .:.
It Is' further ordered that this Notice!

J newspaper be published of general In the circulation Clewlston News publlsa-a :I: Style Pants & Brown $1.87 to $2.87

ed at Clewiston Florida, once a week fir ,
!consecutive >
weeks prior to Noveml: r
4, 1935. ,:. .:. .!.
DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle, He,i-
try: County, Florida, this the 3rd day )f
;., October, A. D., 1935 -
As Clerk of the Circuit Court, i Ladies'New FallDresses $4.47 iii

ATTEST true copy.: Hendry County. .,' FloridaA ( .

",,;. WILLIAM T. HULL. :: :=:
As Clerk of said Court.J. .. ... .. .:.
'.! M. COUSE. Clewiston, Florida, J' :

Pub Oct Solicitor 4, 11, for 18, 25 Plaintiff, Nov 1. t; Men Felt Hats_ Latest Styles i Farmer's Special

NOTICE- $ .25 and i BOOTS, $3.95 to $7.95 .

Notice is.hereby given that the followlr up

City ing ordinance by of Clewiston the was City enacted Commission on October on final 7 of, real-1515.t.le; :f_ i Big Variety Lengths and StylesRiding ::;:

BILL NO. 26 .. : .:.

AN ORDINANCE ORDINANCE GRANTING NO. 26 TO GLAD..SPOWER ::: !Men's Matched Work Suits, i :_i:
CESSORS AND ASSIGNS THE RIGH '. -:. Pants, ,Kahki and Cords .!.

STRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE Ii $1.49 $1.98 $2.45Clewiston -

EASEMENTS NUES, ALLEYS.AND OTHER HIGHWAYS.PUBLIC BRIDGED PLACL9IW :::: -:.........................-.. .....+' ..-.......................M.....................................................................................................................................................:+' .......+,. ...................................................................+' ........................................... :.::.






; Section 1, That there Is hereby grantt ito I -
" GLADES POWER &: LIGHT COMP IN" '. t' A V "Where Quality Moets Economy". s::
t a corporation organized and existing u: .
der tho laws of the State of Florida, I '. ': '. ./ '
successors and assigns, (herein called ttp f CLEWIS TON FLORIDA =
Grantee) the right, privilege or franch1. r'
for the full period of thirty (30) yea }. .:.
from the date of acceptance hereof to construct .!.
maintain and operate In, under
and across the present and f, 1:1. r:1
\ oV :
turf bridges streets, ousemeiits, avenues and, other alleys public, hlghwajr-place. I I1i1.on. LI --v-rJ'-'O._ . ..,x.x....x..x..x..x..x..x..x x..x..x..XK..:*.......................................................-..................-...................._.........................-.............................................................................................................'.....'.. L.Ii.

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Miss Eunice Meredith returned
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; ).1! J. K., Mowry left recently lorI I" f"r: : J;: :..;::t -: .: -w:: :i
I Ocala, where he is to be connected Sunday from a two-weeks visit in "
I Personal Mention :II III_: I with the government work there. Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs.
R. H. Rowan, and Mr. Rowan. Mr. 1

I. \. '\ ';, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. P. and Mrs. Rowan accompanied Miss \ i

,I \I H. C. Kolstad and son, Kim, Vaughn, Jr., and Mrs. J. G. Niblack Meredith to Clewiston where they I ANEW't
f I Miami. were visitors in Fort Myers Satur- will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Wednesday in .1i
t day. Meredith. I Ii

I Ralph '"". Bishop visited friends --
Mrs. J. E. Bass and Miss Bertha Frank A. Ray and L. E. Titers i
t in Lake Wales Sunday I i i i'c.
Gram of Moore Haven, were the have beetransfened to the sub-
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D.VG. Alston .was a business, visitor guests of friends here Wednesday office of U. S. Engineers here' from FORD
! afternoon. the West Palm Beach office. They
} in Fort Myers Monday. 3i
i ,
arrived the first of the week. h }
I\ I I Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Yenawlne and ,
Mike Kahn ,of Sebring, was a business -
i daughter, Jean, left Saturday for a Misses Dorothy McLaughlin and .
'i' '
visitor here Wednesday. -
l :: two weeks visit with relatives in Edna Underwood, of Fort Myers,' :;: :
Jacksonville.R. and Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle and .
','f I a Clewiston visitor Wednesday. C. ,H. Settle, of Moore Haven, visited y'c'. ,, t..
Celwiston visitor Wednesday. '' :.
i a P.McBride, of St. Louis, rep- friends here Sunday afternoon.Mr. 'i'.s..
r 'I resentative of the Ely Walker Dry :' .}
W. W. Liddell and Rufus Smith ':' ..,.
Goods Co., has been here this weekon ,
and Mrs. Paul y
spent the week-end in, Sarasota. business.M. y x
Canal Point, were the guests Sun- -
Mr. and Mrs.-Roy Greene, of Belle day of Mr. and 1\11'13. Keathley Bow- J. .. 0'c. C
M. Prewitt of Greenville, Fla., .t.
I I Glade; ,were visitors in Clewiston den. .
arrived In Clewiston this week and

, Monday. : will be connected with the local Will Be ,On Display At ,

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger, of J. M. COUSECounselor J !

Canal ,Point, spent Tuesday here on t ty
j: lousiness. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and and Attorney at Law _: Sugarland Service Station
Miss' Ulla Jacobsen attended a joint Building
Masonic and Eastern Star meetingat
Miss Irma Strickland left Tuss- Wednesdajs and Saturdays '
Moore Haven, Thursday night. j
l Palm day night Beach for her home in Wsst I 0:30 to 4:00 Clewiston, Florida I Il

-- .1 Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams, 'NN:NN:":MNNNN.INNNN'N:..:..:NNNNNNNew :
Mr.: and Mrs. M. H. Gibson, or'I pastor of Clewiston Community : y MONDAY OCTOBER 21 I

I I West Clewiston.Palm Beach spent Sunday In spending Church, returned the summer Saturday'in Wisconsin.from I:: and Used $:: I l ,

cyk W. P. Franklin f Fort Myors I |: FURNITURE' :f fX :_::
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:: Mrs.; A. V. Southard and child-
, spent Thursday in Clewiston trails- ren, James Alfred and Eleanor, left XI ff
acting business. NEW BEAUTY
Saturday to join Mr. Southard In i _
I .
L. Hackett is spending a two Ocala where he is located with the :i= BELLE- GLADE :i: .L
U. S. Engineers.Mr. ..
;I'I'A. vacation, Ga. at his home in -,- -. | FURNITURE COMPANY =|:!:: i= The New Ford V-8 For 1936 Is One yL

I and 1.hsA.. G. Breteler mov- :: :i:
i'Ii T. E. Renick left Tuesday to ed here recently from West Palm |: Belle Glade, Florida f: i:: Of The Most Beautiful Of All Cars ;
Beach. Mr. Breteler is connected y v
i two weeks vacation in '
!h: 'Memphis spend a, Tenn. with the U.: S. Engineer office. Theyare $:: Next Door To Theatre Si:;: is ;
I making their home at the Inn. X .!.
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Ralph the Tampa Nicholson Times, managing, was a business editorof Mr. and Mrs. Courtland 4 Swett i 1. SEE IT MONDAY t.<

visitor here Friday. and 'children, Courtland, Jr., Leon- I I; :
:ard and Jean, of West: Palm Beach ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON '

I W.; F. Simpson is attending, the I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.F. .. REQUEST ?

National Safety Congress this weekin M. Wright and family.H. 1 ,'., >' ., ,i,f'. At -:
,. ::1 Louisville, Ky. t C. E. STEBEL ::' ;1 :";'. :; i

I O. Peters spent ,several daysin x
l Attorney L. O. Gravely, of La- Electrical
Jacksonville the first'of the week I
: Belle, was transacting business In :
'attending 'the letting of contractson 2121 Station
II Clewiston Tuesday. SugarlanfService
the last section ,of the Caloosa-
hatchee River work on Tuesday. I
Thomas B. Shelley and Campbell ...

r Nail are spending several days In ,C. L. Downs returned Thursday Agent for .
Homestead this week. from a visit in Georgia and North GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS '
Carolina., His mother, Mrs. G. ,K. -
" Mrs. F. M.' Wright, Mrs. W. C. l of Ga.:, returned RANGES AND )
Owen and Mrs. O.: F. Schiffli 'were with Downs him and Conyers will spend the winter APPLIANCESDr. 1 13E-tt LaBelle.: Motor i iIr ;

l i i' I visiting in Miami Monday.Mr. here. .
. and Mrs. William Walsh aid Company .i
family of Coral Gables visited &r.
,and Mrs. R. H. Collins Sunday. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH' : f f

I II;1 1I 1I ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Campbell of T. B. Shelley entertained her i =i: LaBelle Florida :

I Ii Stuart, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F.Tiainor bridge club Wednesday afternoon at x
I'' her home here. Lake Harbor Fla.
over the week-end. ffi'
I"!, :" At the close of play bookendswere }'. ..
1 Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs T7. awarded Mrs. G:. B. Thomasfor ,-: : : .:,3 L'-T.-k': '.d--.4"_. ., ,- : _: -__ d -u
high score Mrs. C. W. McDonald -
F. and
: Simpson spent Wednesday
r I ] Thursday visiting in Tampa.. was given consolation prize and ----
Mrs. D. G. Alston won the cut prize. I
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford ard' Vegetable salad, stuffed tomatoes, :
' daughter, Anne, visited Mr., and sandwiches and coffee were serv- ::: : > .:.
SALEAttractive :
I ,11i <4 1: 0 R 'c'
\ I Mrs. Grover Poole in Ocala for sev- ed to: Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. C. W.. : ..c'. ..
: eral days this week. Mr. Pafford McDonald, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.I. :%: .. .J.% .;.
i'11f'!. I attended the State Kiwanis Con- M. Pafford, Mrs. J. "W. Ezelle, % .c. Clewiston" Home Small J 1 Cash:- Payment :;: _:i:
i E I vention while there as a delegatefrom Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Mrs. H. R. :;: :.: .s' ..
il' r the Clewiston club. Hall. Yh..
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_, ...... _.. .... __, Jo_,' "" '" .." 1.'''' '' ? .1"I 11. I'.I; '. i i.... II. ;.. .. ,I'-I .. .. ; '. .'J OSCEOLA FAVORED
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to the Columbia ...
According new .- .
:" ; :": : Encyclopedia, just Issued by:.the'Coumbia Jf

; : : I a 1: ..: : 'I Is Press:}: Osceola. J is, the, mostlopul'ar ;

: :.. ., ", Indian name Ir.rl towns fn .the
:.. uEr1NG' : S' "S'I' A'JI"N'; I s ., country: Arkansas Iowa Missouri
.. j
Nebraska! and:! Pennsylvania all have. I

." I ,. .. towns of that nauig. It, Is,' said, '
.. Chlllicothe Is the next In popularIty -
J ; ;{ ; ;.. .. iis ..; ,:: and is faun In' Illinois.' Missouri, '
SARM'WARE. BASSETTCopgQght t.Zi'Z.A j' .. ')iiio and'Texas; : Arkansas, Iowa and
( i''b y '
.. .," 1 .. : S : I Virginia all "have towns called 'Pocajontas. -
iTho .fr
Pc n Pu ;tco. r t (\ \... ., .." .Wl'fU seryice Tecnmseh, Shenandoah and

. .. ., .. .. JontWuru'a ar'e''I Indian' town\ 'names:
r,,. .. '. .. ',, .. ... .. '" r " r ; ,. '"
BII '.U, found In 'three states.' '

SYNOPSIS ::;elf you1 iuok out tor It, I'll be: ','In 'spite of the-the' symprtornst'f'! I.I I. I ti' ath' 'boat will' meet :with",jour..ap,, : Some of the odd names listed for

:. $ ( tremendously obliged." '. I i r'"Why 'notT i: was' rei''gtiick afaswer1.' royal," ventured Sylvia archly. '(owns nre"Wink.: 'Texas'';;"''Sleepy"Eye'', S ..

; i The future of the still you lifqand "Of course I will," smiled Marcla..! I 'Ioi\lery"1yell.. I "a'mCrcady',' -gentle-' i "I. hope, wlU, ,",.was_ :the. glum retorts Minn. ;' Social\'Circle! ;'Ga.: ';' Ff shiroor.

, c.bmely "Widder" Marcia HowefeCently "Loo !rJ k Ere is my pet hiding-place.:) men." Erect; even with a1'hint of 'de as.I.ler.. sheriff! ..fpllowed :Doctor. Ja.Vtiat; Cheer Iowa ; Cle Elum.,.

fsh feleased husband by ,death is from her Ij3ltng tt">self--bf('' his } In the hearth Is loose and: fiance in his mocking smile, the man Stetson, throughthe: : ".doorway. j. \Wash.. :; and Itta 'B r'1a. Miss.in .'
. among housewives a conversational of the little hafilet] underitf! Is plenty of space for this: rose to .his full height. "'llefore,we go, ( The moment the door banged .behind- ,,0
i &t Wilton. Eligible bachelors'and>wid- small b6I'll tuck It In there. Just, )jhouever,. I. must! .correct a slight; error. them, Sylvia turned toward Marcia

q-\\ers also are Interested. Marcia despite hold It a second until I 'pry the brick: ;misunderstood. myr ,name. It Is f! "Forgive my butting. in, dear," apologized ; -
l'::'' her unfortunate matrimonial experience up. There: we are Now give it tome. :not Carlton. It Is Heath-Stanley, she. 41Biit' I" was so surprised.
. finds pleasure In her life, but : '
'c.. fe lonely at times, and has Invited her. ;Heath. You did say you'; didn't know Mr.iieath ..
Rite husband's ftiJ lereaql lujr/Jedf/{ the package : didn't ?" "
,.:' nietcSylUaIfay4: : < l you ,' ..
i whom she has never seen/.to visit her. but as their hands met, the moist- ...CHAPTER IV, < "yes." S :
The girl arrives and Marcia takes to ; ; t
clinging handkerchief became entannd -: "
; | "But but
. fier :. .
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at once, while. Sylvia expecting! to -
r!?: Lee a SOI1'.i rl' ntt i n4t M r :.n-IGtP In|tbQj i r fingers fi'cofefrftigs'a jsUpijirfg[ I from 1 1And, yet. youtold me,. Marcia,., this \ "'Sometinles" it s -Just as well ot' to w frdaLo
!).. da mor hftlljifer I Vtf st/anPrTon iH 'l ather *je\v'el-case : \Uas a quiet adventureless. place !" I tell'aU you know==especially'in' : place

t't','_. tie Marcia's verge of home.exhaustion finds his way' dropped to the floor. purst out. Sylvia" i :, i he. instant, ,"the'r door ilke'this," was'the evasive response''. ,
tp "
),. J' r', Out of k rolled flashing necklacei.i had c osee. ;' j.. .1< 1 Was' the reply 'a 'rebuke or: merely a
r", I. 1'J A j}( {tt.i<1rtJJSlq! /( J'iQ'fwnaUer gems. ) J "It doesn't "seem so to me. When caution?

i tj:: .- I CHAPTER -Continued Marcia stifled an Involuntary cry. '- Shipwrecked mariners 'fafl -into''your- j i I ftylv'adid; not..know., .. :. .. 1 1I

Nevertheless, she neither looked up* Arms entirely .without, warning,. I call I .And,. .whflt}? >was..the?meaning. of the, >

': V What $s;!serTfa'tll Ijif(hi tir [he'r& i<) delJ/ed/ i l/l | | f\/l\ 'i .It',' thrilling. Who do you. .suppose rose. )color qt flooded! ?the?elder, wpmian's : 1 ,'- --

,;._ Helpless blfdrb tlfem* r > \ ff.SoFyI'tc'be'* scl' rtisr,'*- She muttered -, Jie is?" \.1' \ \V. ..,...,\,.\ cheejs: ?.n, n', '" .... ...: r :.

:.' t As If their questions penetrated his as she swiftly scooped up they !i """He told us his name." i, Had Marcia really meant to give the! -I r

ft.l'- consciousness, the stranger slowly. jewels.S '. j; j"0f course; jlleath. 'i StanleyirHeath.It's :! : impression that she knew Stanley : S.S f; { '
opened c his -e 'es. It was well! she had made haste for-: qu'ite'a romantic name? too. But Heath? And if'sol :why? "

[(. ;-', |."Sorry to com<<\ jjerejlike nhla" ba: lOMSOouer\,yaj- the clasp on the bOx: I didn't mean that. I mean where did ,Sylvia. wracked ,her ,brain ,for I any ,

fi..'. Murmured. "The fog gass| s tmcJr.t fl ;jhapped andj=the tra4ifq concealed befea"lh -'- he come from and. why Didn't. he tell $!\1erS: .' to .these questions! ..'.

:,\-, lest my bearings and Tny Pow"coatt the floor \h.TO'Syl\ia, returned: you?" j H ;, > | .' : ',! I I IS e would have l been,Interested ,.n- NONE OTHER COMPARES'
; -aground. I've been trying hours. and a moment later came both Doctor': :"Not a word.7:'' i"' 'q deed had she known that, while she '

: tb get her off. She's. har/L and .fastIO- n iate[ ; tetson, end Elisha \VinsoV. : "Obviously! ,.thegirl J I I wasr.disappointed.;i. *restled with the enigma, )Marcia to TO OATMEAL'r
f'i... ypur i"lilr. l (1\ I T L\.. lordih'i MatcIarf; mMc1td'UI Boc- '"I thought: perhaps ate :might: have all ,appearances! busy. preparing!: ; thetray

': tor. 'Lish happened to be in the; while I was upstairs. I was gone long ''for 'the', invalid upstairs, '
; ile .
{ struggled to rise and ,-Marcla, one, of, .the,most. important,things .
'' pfJcfJ Jthepp {1; ie44.ecjtie'(I an' enough fon him','to PQ t'.OUtttg: 'OU his \ her Heart for answertoflfeiher'puestions : .
D .
I. l peeJin {'fiidt ififcoAheipW hlmj tot ,
entire history. At least It seemed ; : ; "
leaim you had a man patient, he so : "
iflg upright against position her shoulder.where he sat. leans thought mebbe he might be of use.Vhat t to. me. .1 ransacked every closet'. and 1 s E Why had 1 'she 'sought" tot shield. "this' for keeping fit.r. : .::,,:: ,
: ,
I I. .1' \ Mighty few cereals have it.
drawer In sight trying to find some- trangeF.t 1
"I seem to have brought in about 'pears to be the trouble, sir? ; .
thing for. him to .put on. It' wasn't The her. Of his .. ,
half the sea with me," hen apologized .'. -:"I've. ._done something: to. my right was nothing to : : I "I ; :
16oking about' lnVague} ,j halfdtzetl'fashion. yrjst"; i ta t t.l; s. .- .:, ; until I struck that old sea-chest in the past site uadonot the sjightesl;, knojvl- O Many,;are"nervous, poor in,appetite,, ,
: hall! tiiY2 ,IdfscovereLpajamas.andunderwear. edge Indeed'hermjght lie 'system out of order, because.fheir daily ..
1 .* # ? I -> c tH-m-m iWith s&illed hand he.. t thegreatest. I
*."No matter. 'We're used to salt pushed back' the dripping sleeve.. I hope.' I you) T don't, ?mind my ;.Villain i }Jn the! ''vvprld. In. fact; circuuv'S diets: B lack for enough keeping; of fit.the precious Vitamin -

r "You're mite I taking them" t ances1proclaimed; \ ; : ( hui! | a thief.eger\ ro
: a water-logged, not :" ;
them back like lack
water here she answered. "How do things keep : a
f"'l jce," observed he. "Been overboard?" : .. :,A shiver passed over Marcia. !'theless, She'( dId not.. could .npf,"believe of this food element.'" 'I.,. .': 1 .
, feel? You're hurt? protective
;jpu not [ of the returned ;"No. They were. Jason's. ..I. ought to it. There was'simethihg i ( too fine 'in .
: sort So Quaker Oats
:' "Only a little. Nothing much. I'vedpne give everyone every
k his
have toldljou -\vet'e theife. Kept : face his
i he man with the flicker of a smile. they I ; eyes. morning. Because in addition to'its generous -
something queer to my wrist 1I them because I thought .mightsometlmelWJ'iiseftitf +| ,Triie, Ire1" hattmade'no"atternpt either
"Mr.- for the fraction of a second ; they: supply of Vitamin B for keeping
; was trying to push the: boat off and 1.\,' u,* to defend }lumself'or' .
explainavrtfythe muscle ana
""n ,. Marcia hesitated; the2w continued \ fit* it furnishes' food-energy t -: ,
something s i 1 IQolyfgaveway's \ lIl } '"Well : : 'su >icioDs' he-'must lihve "Minoni'! body-building ingredientFor .about %c ,
f f 1 n lan eventone- ;> "-Mr. Carlton they certainly "are, replied. I : ., .
I JTurning Wf.be ahldg. hebit hJs 1rouid'arise' her mind.- On the dish.
Syhla. Mr con- per
: and'had y.tiIJ
'grounded hiV'boat' to swim r N.y"if i.1;
lip If In 6unH H U 11' '. HI '
as "t ashore." 1. Heath.Vhere: do you 'suppose hecame t racy ,witha.... devil-niay-care-glut"! Start serving ittomorrowfora2weekstest. I
'We'll. telephone Doctor Stetson,,. from And how long has hp ruicity that fascinated ,her he actually Quaker Oats has a wnoIcibai;hilt=: .
"You don't Well I ain't ,
say sur- like luscious .to! ;
t-: Meanwhile, you m.ustn' remainIn, been knocking about lIIn' 'that boat 1 ;dppeured'to have tried".to deepen in appeal 'the"jappetite.r.
> "Tain't no day to be afloat Flavory, surpassingly.good.Allgrocers I ;
k:;. S these wet clothes. There Is no surer wonder." '" r :: ; 5 ". 3 her' mind ,Impression: of his-guilt. ...
You couldn't this with supply it.
!!. way of catching cold. Do you think cut' fog a carv- "How doc 1 know, "' dear1;-' March : :Still; she refused.!to",believe. ",Evenin ,
ri. you could get If SyTvIa'anj[ n'-knife. How come you to take your : : of IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT. ."
upstairs: boat out .In such: wea.ther'Uthe doctor sighed, as if (cjetermlned'( control her ;' the.faqe: tJQverv\helming: evidence .
::: Iguided. s'o1It'ltI"' J''t | fp rr.f V :: demanded,' "': "*;::; /,): ;.o. _.5. patience. "You Imas; 'much abouthim'"asTdo she' : ,c1 .lllg.tP her ,unreasoning> faith In, j I _",: I 1'' Ic- 'worth, 'of .'
; :1'
1 Isn't f I'mab- ; : :
: guess him.
yF, ; r"meauir"Hie i corrected; .' : Qu
t t., surdly dizzy. I don't know why. I "I was-was '"cruising. honesty forcing her to amend the ; Suppose he lad stolen the gems and : Quaker Oats .. ,
: assertion ,
) .
' supposethough .these "Oh .an _the fog:shut down on yon. :\ 191'- r...
I must shed "almost much. r did to bosure lied( with: them from Long Island? SupIposse'he'liatl'lost .- i equals
":. wet togs." 'l g ;2j| ;_.! 1 I: See ,Fog' )Jias! a' ;trick of doin that, talk, with him as a little wait 'Jbea'llngs'"in) '"1u the rtOTm 3 cakes of f Fresh ;I 'ItJ >

i'::' :."You certainly must. Come, Sylvia, .unless one keeps an eye for fog symp- ing for the ,'d' ctor. .but lie dId h.ief=!:ndt tell !|fog'fossed; eh1 flessl ont' the sea for J Q. .: "I" S.

'. lend a hand! We'll .help him up." toms. Now, what I'd recommend ,for me anything about himself." ja day and a night ; and then run :( .... 1 ;; @ c:9:
{. ."Oh.'ilnJ'fcojriir suchf: bad way as you first of all, Mr.s rJt.9D, .Is A,, warm : 4agroO rld--nt'-'her"doorstep?' It1 was possible = '= I .....--;... _' :
The nldving 'of ToverlieaT and
: 'chairs ( :
bed. You look clean beat out. Better : ,_
t all thai. I can get up alone," he pro ,'quite possible;"ev n'probable. : .. '
the sound feet down the
::, tested. "Only please wait just another let 'Lish an' me help you upstairs, an heralded of ttherreturn creaking F[ Yet was It? ---5-. 5" "I Quaker and'r.fother's Oats are the same I :
s- minute. The whole place has suddenly out of your wet things, 'cause with a Stairway Stetson and Elisha.: i i j -Not. for...a man..like. Stanley ileath j _

_; begun, pltchr-again: ; : llke'aship:1n':: .: : wrist: ;.such' as.yours,. I figger .you won'tbe Marcia went to meet. them: '.Maiciistubbornly insistedv; So deep !' Armchair Advice '
, mldocean/ Perhaps' I may be fain!. very handy'at buttons. Not that was,.thei-nviction-she shrank lest. he .
'Tain't a broken wrist Marcia, One canadvise' comfortably from
: I haven't eaten anything for a day. r>r .Lish is a professional lady's maid. I should _feel 1, called\ upon to justify ,or, . I
was the doctor's greeting on 'entering'the..ki ii safe port:- Schiller.
'. That ain't exactly his ca1lin'.StilI, in .I
; two. defend himself!r.: "I'.f I { r
M_ -"WhyuldnTryW' 'tell'rne?'"Tlie soup: spite' of bein' town sheriff; he"can-turn' tchen_- !!Leastwajs-I.don't--t h In l;- ,.. ?.(TO fiC. dO TJl'J/F.PJ.'d ,:.: i. ." .. .

'.' quick Sylvia. I only wish I had somobfandy. his hand to other things. It's: luckyhe it is. I've bandaged It an' Lish an' met .1.. ,, ,. ., '
: Well, af teast. this 'I Is hof? and can; :too, for he don't get; much have: youe'.friend. snug n' warm Ini; ,Mech'atiics'of'an'' '" Eclipse ; : :: ::
sherI ffi down this /'Wiltondoesn't ,bed: Tomorrow I'll laoVin again. For! : : '
n : Scientist
c will warm you up. I'll feed t'jou. way. r.- .:"Simple, Says ToJ,
tonight the bandage will do. A hot;;
In for crime. In fact
Hand me the cup and spcon Syhla. go The mechanics of. an eclipse Is extremely
"But I I eel Eire! a,,baby," "fretted: the. : was'laughin' 'bout that: very: tlOrtg this jvater squtire: ;Bottle. meal! ni neither Jltp'J Ibex 11mJs.po: !Nora( : Mmple;ssertsaseieptist In. "
JBeyOnd the(
'Pears there'sbeen n Kins
stranger. noon at the post office. ; the Montreal Herald. As the moon
two things, there ain't much you can: '
f. ; a robbery' one of the Long
: "No matter. We must get something goes around the earth In a monthly
do at present but let him :sleep. Seenjs.qAic : '
;, hot inside: you right away. p n'tfuss' Island estates. Quantities of jewelry orbit there will "be!a iosiion{ in each

55 5 about how It'stUm'satfljna: !] ; '3a ena' trAcEH" tte-t-h lef.--T.e... "?,: smfnf. Celler.i' Known him'i'revolution when the earth will lie between MOSQUITOES ifLIESSPIDER'S =

pra tical-minded Marcia"Therelr( You alarm. .was.' 'sent: "out;' over' '"the-radio .Jong? solJ/ ; { '; ',;the moon and the :sun. As al :
,. look better already /J Later= you'shallhave I! ?early yesterday_:: ', listenin' in ':'Lish,. ."Not ':long." :; light:comes,.from: the' sun,. .there_ would : :',: :'

a real I. honest-JEo-goodness-.meal; : here. ,: got quite, het up :an' 'not'a little. "W )", Marcia-'llbroke: In Sylvia. .:. be' an. eclipse of the moon each month and ;

Hun and call Doctor-Stetson,'_''Sylvia,' envious..;:'.He said he. 'most:wished the ''Onesonietfines; comes to know a person -' if all: three bodies were In the'same -

and.open the ;;bed.I in the;*room' ''oppositemine. 'burglary :had,',took"place: In our ,to.WD. :=rather{\- Il though, :even ina; : plane. However the plane of the lu- OTHER

You might night! :; thi/-heater. 'excifementbein'at-a,:. : pretty., low ebb short:time,":,{weiiLop: the older woman.. ., nar orbit makes .a small -angle with Ita SECTS
: . 'now."'... -_ : '''''_ :' ,;ts ignoring. :.the')interruption. ; .
too. sis
there i ::. :.... ;'c: : ;,: .the ecliptic or plane ::'of the earth'sorbit ; .
As the girl \sped away} ;Marciattirnedtoward .' Marclastanding) ,iy' ..the stove, spun. "S'pose'hbusa4omin': : : to see you: ; ,' and this angle: Is ::i large enough

her visitor! L: ,::'_:" '" ." -- ,fibout': ..:; "%. .'_ :: : : :. : that: brought him;: down : this, way," Ell-. to carry the moon above or below theearth's

.:'"Suppose we i try to make_ \the rocking "Now: ,.::Clisha; don't: :you run down sha'volunte2ired.:::}',somehow. I don't recall -' 'shadow in space on most lunar Soviet Silk Farms

:chair now. ; Shall J. svei: t't But, what Wilton.' Why. .I have, twenty-five dollars raeetin.'_him::!before." revolutions. Ordinarily, therefore: :Thirty ,thousand acres in Russia

worries me is your eti: G1othing.. I'm.. In 'my Purse tails minutesbe' as- '"He'.hasn'tpeenhere'before: : !' : ," was when the earth is, between the; moon"' ',vilI'be, l' devoted to silk farms. ;

afraid you'll take yqur.::.death. ?: of .cold. erted,-taking;a'svorn'p0(1. et"-book from the.. :; ,measured :'response. and: sin, we have just the regular- full '

Let' me peel aft: your; ;shoes?:and 'sock9,1 her 'dress and ;slapping! :it : .1th'. chat'length : ."Ob,:'so l lid"sned:: to 'Wilton waters, moon.'phase. As the lunar orbital plane

I can do that. And ) bellere. X( coujxl ; eandoi down' upon:: "the. table- eh?' That: prob'ly'' accounts for his, constantly shifts its position in a periodic For BiliousAttacks ;
get .. you out ;of your! : tivatersoakevEsweater C : "I.keep, it In. that. china. : box: above'' .. -',.the. runnln*'.aground;' ;!Fine lookin' chapalJis ; manner we find full' moons which .
if Ieie, to-..tits; the- stern:. sQv.et- .. : : :quitsnair: :: ; to him. Nothin: occur. when the moon is also passing- '';Thousands now take Dr. Hitch '

May I try? 'We needn't:: mind 'vvrecsiuglt "That might: serve. as, a'.s aJer.;( .re cheap i ?'bo t. his ,clothes neither. They! through' the ecliptic plane. This pro. cock's Laxative Powder for bilious ..

;! for I :hive afiother" 'I:_can::give ;!marked .the. : .stranger'regarding,: : : r.qulzzlcaUy. I wasAl. =quality"! 'clfear through to, 1 his:. 'c1u'ces'.an eclipse since the earth's shadow ness, sick headaches and upset : ;
S. 1'"The ; 7 '.'...' due to constipation. They ,
you. : ; : ..skin. cSill-,. -withmonograms on 'eni. is necessarily close to this plane .
did! ..... :'. 'faced' him chin l i '.,diawny'in; ;'and i'. ; .' find that Dr Ilitchcock's All-Vege ,
man not' anslverl it.? .;. She' : ': J' l\IU Vba"w: ,?'of} means..n only: ..:: table Laxative Powder Is mild-but _
Instead, hel sat'tensa und : head high and defiant. : .
: unsmilinghis .Silence.f greeted:-the observation total thoroughly ;
: : Eclipses of the moon, even: .fTectiye-it gently, jet -
penetrating; broxvYi q eyeis" fixed :on.Mhircia's { <)""Besides that, in. mytop: ; Jburean.: .. and .
: "Likely1! -:he.JsJi'avin': a 'power-boat eclipses: do.,not :have the :scientific importance '. ;; removes that" clogged
face. Apporentlythe''scru.tiny' : : drawer Is'strlni'of'. gold beads that an* leistice'to-. :cruiscj round in her" persisted of.:total solar:. eclipses. Thereveal : :condition'' or : the bowel.Cleanse :
crjstallzed in hIm:' :some swift belonged to :.my, "great-grandmother) ," the undaunted Elisha. ': }Important your intestines: of wnstE'f'matterdon't : -
to phenomena
: our sight no
resolution, for after 'netting his 'glance she 'continued,; (daring laughter;curling couldn'l .'. allow] poisons to continue to
: about the' rook to convince him her lips. "Thvare: \ery: old, ,and are 'I really say. which :fire otherwise unseen accumulate and break ',down your .'

travel no one was :within hearing. really quite valuable.l ".; .: ;:"-.'-:; I.; ...... :"?Nell,':.apparent. : he ain't one thaiboastsof The, most[ important observations which vitality and liQ lth-n: Ask for Dr. :. .
{ .. liia: jjOssessions, an* that's to astronomers; can make at such times Hitchcock's Laxative Powder in the '.
forward J
he leaned : ":Jt"Wen: make a note .at Jhose;:"too,:;
"There Is" something 'else 'I'd rathor i :nodded! : :the: ,man. his'esesaai2r! ; } : s-: }:':c. ills! .::"ciecllf.'V! }in'terppsed* Jared Stetsong'oouuu'm are only for the purpose of checldn large yellow moisture-proof tin box:
: the: predicted and observed times AT ALL DRUG STOnES 25c
; up
for : first he l'e.C: can otter" reIY/- \ :
youdid me whlsp "I'm afraid that's' all I In'he ': r
Elisha's interest in, the stranger was This enables them to obtain more 'correct .
dropping his !voice until it became ai- way of burglary inducements.
; WNU 7 41-35
.. .however, to be easily diverted: values for the various factors entering -
most Inaudible. "I've a package- here "That beln the case, s'pose you an' not, C-- '
1.:\vlsh 1 you'd 'take charge of. It's Insole 'me start! tgettln']' they 1 j tienP!! upstairs. "Seen the boat?" he inquired. the mathematical relations representing -
But for Infernal : "No.." :: the motions of the moon.
shirt this 'Stetson.
my l 'Lish brol e in Doctor : "If ., '.
wrist, I could reach .!its: ,. ,we, qn't. ne\t. jve know htfUbe. ;1 vI16neumonla \' '"Oh, you ain't! I forgot to ask "r __ ; !' c. 0TInS '
Thread Gift 1ffness
\ : in -
"Til! get it" ; 1'.1'' i as well' as a bad l wrist' Heath 'the'Wme of her. I'm sort of ;a Seven-Mile

"I'd rather you didn't talk about. It:.. : The1",stranger's1 admiring 'glance fise.l crank fln' the names of boats. It always Seven miles of homespun: :woolen : BEADNOISFS ,

continued he hurriedly. "Just put it itself on 'Marcla'g.. riles me to have a foolish name; thread, plucked from the necks of -Shet- =:I

i iii a safe Dlare. Will....( 3'''o\, phase?" "'\''hats-fsl J! 'J1!., nextf; 'move" ?'.'', be I Inquired. .:. given a. boa. No matter hoAvpsmaH land ,: lambs, were fashioned,_ by two OP RUB EARSINSERTiN IN BACK q.
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'Cert Il?If,a if !! / .. j.:: ;- :"p": : : t-g ::' j'r : dj women
1'uzzlth1 l\jut.lu\ testioningt Marciathrust "J told "you i e.you must: [ilkSoff her owner :from fatfioma of water, an' the Shetland Isles Into an exquisite $1 125 All Druggists Descriptive folder on request

her hand beneath his sodden your wet things I and, .rest. she re- in' view of the fact he'd oughter regardher lace.hawl _asa_ .wedding= gift from the Also and excellent Head: : Noises for Temporary doe to congestion Dcafnecj v-,-.1-."' -.

.cjothlng! and drew forth a small flat peated. J soberly an' give her a decent I 1sandeys to :!he. Duchess of Kent. Al, ranscd by :cold. flu and swimming.: t'. :.;

bo .-.wjr.appfi.d tnsb draggle4, e"XDu.still prescn1bethatlreatment?"_ .name! ". tnoitgl ltf f seven feet sq-.tare' the shawl' A.'O. LEONARD Inc.
chief.\ : "I still prescribe It" "Well I hope the name of Mr. weighs less than 21E ounces. 70 Fifth Ave., New York City


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;il.rn'J .. ,. .' '" and the Netherlands are taking for
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? Therefore'if you are pale, tired and rundown .''.:. ] are. the, coun Headaches, Neuralgiaor

::. ; 't., : Don't try to get well in a..day. this,is a. frequent sign'that' your: .'_ tries that have Rheumatism Painsis

.;; ,i :...:... '. asking 'too much of Nature. Remember, J blood-cells 'weak-then do try in the ,," lower tuberculosis SAFE ,is Your Doctor

.. ;, '-', ':i she has certain natural processes that just : ,< simple, easy way so many millions ap I death rates. These Ask
: "' figures, ,are. for 1J_S-H)3) The listing HimDon't
; .
: '' of S.S.S. '
., cannot' be hurried. prove'by starting ,a:: course "
for 1934 Is not available, yet becauseIt
But there is certain scientific Blood Tonic.. ., takes'
,. a way you time, to tabulate the enormous ,
_,, ';' 'can assist by starting those digestive juiceslluch more could be said-a trial will amount of data.Tuberculosis Entrust Your

::' in the stomach to flowing more freely and thoroughly convince you that this way, in is one of : Own or Your: Family's
". at the same time supply the absence: of any organic. trouble, will :.-" alent of all contagious diseases. It is Weil-Being to Unknown

:} \ balanced mineral deftstart. you on the road of feeling like yourself ,. :,.r.\ rightly called the" white plague. It isspreadover'much ; '.Preparations

ciencythe body needs" again. s.s.sc0. of'the known world. .
I: ,.;. '.,. Arid.Jis'::
: ; i different {from most. of our BEFORE you take any prepara-
'" othercontagious i .diseases! !, 'which are don't know all about,

'. makes you feel like yourself again, ::r,' ;: typh lvhat if'fever yi-e: call -acute' t ib"theria% If any tonehas .', pains'for the of relief rheumatism of headaches neuritis; or the or

; .' ,., ., ,' measles, neuralgia; doctor what he
4- f-' -- your
% You are invited to listen in every.Friday night to a program of old-fashioned music '. ?: : scarlet .fever, mumps or whooping thinks about it- in comparisonwith
'-:', S.S.S. Music Box Hour-over Mutual Broadcasting, Network, 9:30 p. m, E.S.T .'.I' : cough he-has a period .of a few daysto Genuine Bayer-Aspirin.
.: three .";eek, when, he Is confined 'to i I', We say this because; before the
... bed. But 'of Bayer
; recoferytnkes discovery Aspirin, most
place promptly
P" .. : : :
: ---- --- -- ---- --- -- .-- : :::-' : after the fever/.stage. Is over: Tuberculosis so-called'"pain" remedies were ad-
; ': !': vised against by physicians as being
: Li /:::. .,. ; on the contrary, Is a chron
afford bad for the stomach or, often for
.\-- % l i e >" ic disease.. It'can extend ;
over a periodof the heart. And the discovery of
'.,t""t' .:.. .v"' ) :years... In the, beginning stages: pa- Bayer -Aspirin largely changed

,' OHO RW TIE$ .',. tients'may' hardly. .be aware that they. medical practice. '
0 -. have. it.. Countless thousands of people

.:':i asa 4 WJiatesv use, on yu : It Isn't only the.human race that hastuberculosis. who in-and havetaken but, .without Bayer ill Aspirin effect, have year

"\ .. .-,- Animals also can get it proved that the medical findings
Israel* Fish,. tur.tI s' "and;;; frogs haves tUber u-' about its'safety were correct. -
!losis. Dirds/v chickens and turkeys Remember this: Genuine Bayer

have,tuberculosis. :Cows have tuber- Aspirin is rated'clmong the fastest
: methods yet discovered for the reliefof
culosis. The c blooded animals are

;o Eh en s : i a fa a at ry infected with la tubercle bacillus that headaches. and safe for and the all. average common personto pains

grows 'only at a ),low temperature, and take regularly.

L swe oez.w7.vas. hence cannot, gr.ow. in man. Birds havea You can get real Bayer Aspirin at

higher temperature than man, con anu drug store.- simply by never
,1 .. Y.UrllW2l4uN.4aseuvvhewrintivJ iw4.N7rrvarv.w.N hard asking for it by the name "aspirin"'alone
.. sequently it Is- to infect us with
a but
4 4lj their tubercle bacillus. Some human always saying BAYER
ASPIRIN when you buy.
ELL' cases have, 'been''reported, but avian
,F"':',', RAINS and winter snows present -
tuberculosis in man Is extremely rare.

I, \ '. M-'.'. _. a transportation problem to farmers::Firestone The tubercle bacilli that cows- have, Bayer AspirinLIFE

: however, can grow .in man and cause
)\ solved this problem when they developed the '' tuberculosis., But the -disease Is dif-

I ';':: ,: '. ferent from the true human type, as
"; complete line of Ground Grip Tires fox cars, ; the lungs are seldom Involved in bovine

trucks, tractors and all farm implements. or-, cattle tuberculosis In man.
Tuberculosis of the bones, Joints and LONG"FRIEND"'
:; There are three patented features that give glands in children, however, are often'
ilJI times caused by this particular kind Keeps Them Fit at 70
Firestone Tires in mud '
super-traction snow, of tubercle bacilli. I

\\I T : sand, gravel or soft ground of any kind.s Most of us have breathed In or swallowed 5hissafeall table laxative-vege--NR FOR" 20 YEARS.
I living tubercle bacilli many -has been as de- 4"
--- times before pendableasafamilydoctorduring :, ,.. .
- we reach adolescent age. their ) :\Vt.<-

;. \When the bacilli enter the body they trying "after for- h .
.. v' .
i .
either are killed off else -.
FOR CARS quickly or '
: -year 4
HEA VY DUTY they find lodgment In some organ after year faith-' (... ;:-}f ;, ,

itr r. r 4.40/4.50/4.75-21.$ 7.05 $ .9.00 usually the lungs, and there they grow any fully-with need toincreasethedoseNowonder never ; '
// \ 4,75/5,00-19 ,..... 8.50 10.60. In a small local spot of tissue.. When 'I 1 y' 7
their of
4,50/4.7S/5.JO.20. 8.3r 10.35 the growth is very slow, as it Is in a life" is"evening so free from complaints.Millions of peo-
5.25/5,50.17 ..... 10.55 1.501 ,healthy person, then the surrounding pre welcome the aid of this reliable corrective-For
\1 5,25/5,50-18 ..... '1.0.6$ 1.75 Nature's Remedy strengthens and regulates the
I tissues can wall off the infected "
: area. entire eliminative tract-safely carries away the
\ 60016.. .. ..... 11.95 14.15
\\1 poisons that bringon
I 1. Gum-Dipped 2. Ground Grip 3. Two Extra It is as if a few thousand soldiers of headaches

, OTHERSIZESPRICEDPROPORTIONATELVLOW an enemy country had succeeded in en- colds,biliousness.; I ..
Cord .
) Body Tread Layers of Gum- m
I \ : tering the center of some state, and Get a 25c box/ .

; p The High Stretch Built with 54% Dipped Cords then the defense soldiers' of that state, All druggists.
FOR TRUCKS This week at your
I Cord Body of additional This who could not drive them out, had I FREE: tlful S Color; 1935-1936 ai ndsrTDa':
( tough exclusive Truck mometer with the purchase of a 25o box of NR or a
.. Firestone Tires is rubber and construction 32x6 Try $27.65 7.50:20: ._$35.0 sealed them up In a tight-walled en- JOo roll of Turns (For Acid Indlcestlon.)
:, 326 H.D. 36.5 7:50-24.39.00 closure. Now if these Invaders were

Gum-Dipp scientificallydesigned feature locks the 60020.... 16.95 8.25.20.... 49.30 able.to. live, on the water, air and food

(soaked in liquid with thick, heavy tread 6.50.20..,. 21.95 8.25.24 ,... 54.75 that percolated through the wall, then solfSSORES

rubber) giving heavy cross bars securely to the 7,00.20.... 29.10 9,00-20 60.75 'you'would have the'same situation as FOOTSORE S

j. extra strength and and deep Gum-Dipped cord OTHER SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOW exists in.a walled-In tubercle. foci. The
are harmless so long as the
l i' '! longerflexinglife that are: self- body, makingthem : I wall .holds, them prisoners, but if the

l' I! :>,;. to withstand the cleaning (chains one FOR TRACTORS wall gives away, we find an invading

, terrific.stresses are not necessary), inseparable unit.This GROL''oID GRIP TYPE CHEVRON TYPE army right in our midst. Undernourishment -
'I 'IJ..r andstralnso the and long fevers such undulant
makespractical as
giving super- 5.50-1 ...$11.05 ,.50.16..S 9.40 rabbit sot\tS 1101"S'"
fever, fever and fever
,: extra pulling the use 75018... 17.45 7.50.18... 14.81 parrot tO $
traction and
: long and whooping cough, mumps, diabetes
power with only of a wider, flatter, 9.00.36... 73.95 90036.. 62.85, For the treatment of sores on feet
Tne bars of and anemia all tend .to lower the body
twelve of wear. i1.25'24... 66.60 56.60 legs or any other part of the body Dr.Porter's .
pounds thicker, deeper 11.25..24. resistance and open up holes In the Antiseptic Healing 011 will be
air rubber ,a res 0 non-skid OTHER SIZES PRICED found unusually effective. This oil, per-
pressure.Firestone Firestone PROPORTIONATELY LOW walls enclosfng the germ prisoners.The fected by a distinguished surgeon of
Tires placed they tread with highershoulders bacilli swarm out of the opening, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
has a twofold action. First, It combats
I, are the only tires will not bump and and spread rapidly through the adjoIn- Infection. Second, It aids healing. ThisIs

built that areGumDipped. when use don more and tougher GuarnteeThis heavy, Super-Traction ing tissues. a sore.usually the, treatment you want for

' paved roads. rubber. tread Is guaranteed not to loosen from The best way' to prevent tuberculosisis Besides sores Dr. Porter's Antiseptic
healing OH is good for the treatmentof
the to the tubercle bacilli
tire body under any conditions, prevent from boils and skin rashes itch etc. Hundreds
and all other parts of the tire getting Into cur bodies. But this Is who have tried everything else

If you have not already received your copy are fully guaranteed to give satisfactionof almost impossible to do In the present skin for sores say.and nothing broken has out given and them Itching the
the conditions of modern civilization. We relief that Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing
new Farm .Catalog, clip this Oil has. Try this wonderful treat-
have to mix with too different
ment for sores on any part of the bodyor
,# coupon and mail today! This catalog tells you Liitcn to the Voice of Firestone-featuring people. Did you ever count the num- for boils or skin Itch and see how

how Firestone Tires and Auto Supplies Margaret Speaks, Soprano, with the Firestone Choral ber of persons you talk with dally, beneficial Dr. Porter's it is. Antiseptic Healing Oil
will better and Symphony and William DJ/S OrdeSlrae'tr7 shake hands with, or stand or sit next is made by the makers of Grove's Laxative
serve you save you money. Monday night over N B C. Nationwide Network I to In a movie theater, church, .restau* druggists Bromo at 30c Quinine and 60o and with is sold guaran-by all

rantstore, street car or bus? tee of satisfaction, money back.

One should almost have to live on
FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY a desert island''with absolutely no con
tact with the outside world, to be safe For Bad FeelingDue

Department WNU-1012 Farm Division AKRON, OHIO Firesfo i from, infection. '
4 to ConstipationGet
: r.g W;r Consequently, since we can hardly I
Please send of Farm rid.of constipation by taking Blade-
me a new Tire
copy your Catalog.
.. ; a : prevent com- Draught as soon 'as you notice that bowel
lug into our bodies, the next best thingto activity has slowed up or you begin to feel
NAME : i sluggish. Thousands prefer Black-Draugb'
do is to keep> our bodily health In for the refreshing relief it has brought
ouch daily good condition that we can them. Mrs Ray Mullins of Lafe Ark.,
/ farm
Acres, I own a__._ .Tractor i writes: "Jly husband and I both take
destroy the germs that do get in, or, Thedford's Black-Draught and find it
TOWN___ R. F. D. FATE- ,if the dose Is beyond our ability to destroy splendid for constipation, biliousness and
the disagreeable, aching, tired feeling that
: i that we can Imprison them in comes from this condition." With reference
the capsule form just described. Then to Syrup, of Dlack-Drattght, which
this mother gives her children, she gays;
ftur chances are very good for going "They like the taste and it gave such
SPECIFY I FIRESTONE GROUND GRIP TIRES ON YOUR NEW EQUIPMENT through life without being Invaded by good results."

\\ 1933.F.T. & R.Co. this disease. BLACtADRAUGHlr
C Western Newspaper Union. ,

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-- FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1035 .

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failed* to comply In substantial I j'---the limits thereof, for domestic and 'com- able Jules and regulations for the management grant additional time to the Grantee for
THE COMMUNITY CHURCH with any of the provisions of this respect-"I' mercial use. fire protection and other of Its business and the operation and compllance.
D. Jenkins Williams, Minister and the Grantee shall have sIx' purposes. This grant is made In consideration : control of service hereunder, and to pass Section XI That the Grantee Is here'
after the final determination of of the construction, maintenance any ordinance or ordinances that may be by g'* en the right and authority to make'
tion to make good the default before a r.nd operation of the water pipes and necessary or suitable in order to fully confirm assignments of this grant and of all rights
Sunday, October 20, 1935 forfeiture shall result with the right In appurtenances by the Grantee herein I to said Grantee the rights herein or and privileges: hereunder, but all assignees'
the City Commission, at Its,discretion, to provided for and for the benefits :and hereby granted or Intended so to be. of the Grantee and subsequent assignees
9:45 A. M. Sunday School in five grant additional time to the Grantee for_, conveniences to the Inhabitants of the Section IX. That when any portion of a shall be bound to the same extent as the -
departments. compliance. said City aa a result thereof street is excavated by the Grantee In the original Grantee. .
I Section XI. That the Grantee Is hereby Section n. That the City of Clewlstoa. location or relocation of any of its pipesor Section XII. This ordinance shall take' :
10:45 A. M. Junior Church Service. I given the right and authority to make: Florida, hereby reserves the right, at and other facilities or appurtenances, the effect as scon as It shall have been' duly
I assignments of this grant and all rights: after the expiration of this grant to pur- portion of the street so excavated shall, pass-* .! and adopted as required by law and
7:45 P. M.i Eveningworship, S ib- and privileges hereunder, but any as chase the property of the Grantee used within a reasonable time and as early as accepted: as required hereIn.
ject: "Areas". signees of the Grantee, and all subsequent under or In connection with this grant, or iractlcabla after such excavation, be replaced Section XHI. That the Grantee herein
assignees shall be bound to the earns extent such part of such property as the said Cityof In as good condition as It was at shall file Its written acceptance of this-
You withus.
are worshIp as the original Grantee. Clewl ton may ics'.r: ? to purchase. at a :lie time of such excavation. I franchise with the Clerk of the City Commission --
Section XII. This ordinance shall take valuation of the property, rear and personal Section; X That failure on the part of I of the City of ClewIston, Florida,
effect as soon as It shall have been duly desired, which valuation shall be fixed by 'the Grantee to comply In substantial: within thirty (30)) days after It shall have
passed and adopted as required by law and arbitration as may, bo provided by law I .'c pct; with any of the provisions of this been duly passed and adopted as requiredby
accepted as herein provided. and as a condition precedent to the taking franchise shall be grounds for a forfeiture law.
NOTICE Section Xin. That the Grantee shall effect of this grant, the Grantee'shall, and of this giant, but no such forfeiture shall tJcctlon XIV. That all ordinances and
file its written acceptance of this grant does hereby, give and grant to the said take effect If the reasonableness or prop- par.,3 of ordinances in conflict herewithbe
Notice Is hereby given that the following with the Clerk of the City Comm!'!.'!:>:'!. n'
City of Clewiston the right to purchaoso riety thereof Is protested by the Grantee and the same are hereby repealed.
ordinance was enacted on final reading the City of _Clewlston within thirty (30)) reserved and the Grantee shall be until a court of competent Jurisdictionwith Introduced and read In full, and passed
by the City Commission of 'he
days after It shall have been duly passed have and such the right of appeal In either ) '
City of Clewlston on October 7 1935. deemed to given granted ( party i upon first reading without amendment,
BILL NO. 27 and adopted as required by law. right of purchase by the act of acceptance shall have found that said Grantee has upon the 3rd day of September, 1935.
ORDINANCE NO. 27 Section XIV. That all ordinances and hereof. failed to comply In a substantial respect Read the second time In full and

AN ORDINANCE GRANT iN G TO parts ordinances in conflict herewith Section III. Thatv.water pipes and appurtenances with any of the provisions of this fran- adopted bthe: City Commission on
be and the same are hereby icpsaled.
chise, and Grantee shall have six months the 7th day of October, 1935. .
CTEWISTON TELEPHONE COMPANY A shall be so located or relocated -
Introduced and read In full and paseP
after the final determination of the question J. A McGehee, Commissioner
CORPORATION and situated and constructed as to
first reading without amendmentupon
upon to make good the default before a R. Y. Patterson, Commissioner
TOTING! UNDER THE LAWS OF FLORIDA.ITS the 3rd day of September, 1935.:: Interfere as little as possible with traffic forfeiture shall result, with the right In M.V.. Bigg, Commissioner
SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS THE Read the second time In full and over said streets, avenues, alleys highways, the City: Commission, at its discretion to M. W. Bigg, City Clerk.
RIGHT. PRIVILEGE OR FRANCHISE FOR adopted by the City Commission OB bridges and public places and with reas- I
THE PERIOD OF THIRTY YEARS TO the 7th day of October, 1935. onable means of egress from and Ingressto .. ----,---. :,, ::::==---- --":- ":,-: -
CONSTRUCT MAINTAIN AND OPERATEIN. J. A. McGehee, Commissioner, abutting property. The location or relocation .---- .,1\

UNDER UPON, OVER AND ACROSS R. Y. Patterson, Commissioner, of all water pipes and appurtenances .NMN. :N:"1:"IN. 40'"z.y ...SIN. :..:..:.IN. :..:..:H:..:MNMMN..:"M. :..:NM: :..:M:N"1. .:HN. :N..:NNNN. :NNNMM. :.;. :: : "t :
THE PRESENT AND FUTURE STREETS M. W. Bigg. Commissioner, shall be made under the supervision -
AVENUES ALLEYS. H I G H W AY S M.V.. Bigg, City Clerk. and with the approval of such representative yi
BRIDGES EASEMENTS AND OTHER PUB- as the City Commission of the
LIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF CLEWS- City of Clewlston Florida may designatefor i ANNOUNCING =i
TON. FLORIDA. AND ITS SUCCESSORS, the purpose but not so as to unreasonably .. r
TELEPHONE LINES TOGETHER wrm NOTICE interfere with the proper opera- ':' ',. '" ':.
ALL THE tion of Grantee's lines and service. '' '..
hereby given that the following :
APPURTENANCES THERETO, FOR TTE: ordinance was enacted on final rendIng Section IV. That the City shall In no ::: ::,.:'\Y.. 'Th e Opening Of The :i:
be liable or responsible for any accident 'to
PURPOSE OF SUPPLYING TELEPHONE by the City Commission of the way .
SERVICE TO SAID CITY AND ITS SI C- City of Clewiston on October 7, 1935. or.damage that may occur In the + +
CESSORS. THE INHABITANTS THERE, BILL NO. 25 construction, operation or maintenance by :
AND TO PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS ORDINANCE NO. 25 thp Grantee of Its lines and appurtenances i Everglades Beauty Shoppe J !
IMPOSING PROVISIONS AND CON )I- WATER COMPANY, A CORPORATION this franchise shall be deemed an agree-
TIONS RELATING THERETO.BE ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER THE ment on the part of said Grantee to Indemnify .
:_;: Located Mezzanine Floor of the :i: -
OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON. ASSIGNSTHE RIGHT, PRIVILEGEOR against any and all liability, loss, cost, '
FLORIDA: '. FRANCHISE FOR THE PERIOD OF damage or expense which may accrue to |ffc Everglades Drug Store *
Section I. That there Is hereby gran ed! THIRTY YEARS TO CONSTRUCT MAIN- acid City by reason of the neglect, da- .. ..
to CLEWISTON TELEPHONE COMPANY TAIN AND OPERATE IN. UNDER.-'.VPON, fault or misconduct of the Grantee In the' .!. ::" ..
a corporation organized and existing un Vr OVER AND ACROSS=IHE PRESENT' AND construction, location, operation or maintenance .\ i
the law of FlorIda Its successors and '<$- FUTURE STREETS 'fcAVENUES ALLEYS of Its pipe lines- and appurtenances 'i. .:-
signs (herein called the Grantee). Jhe HIGHWAYS BRIDGES EASEMENTS AND hereunder. h
right, privilege or franchise for the fill OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF Section V. That all water pipes, storage :!i: The most modern beauty shoppe in the :&i
period of thirty (30) years from the d'.te ,CLEWISTON FLORIDA, AND ITS SUC- tanks and appurtenances constructed under "
of acceptance hereof to construct, ma'n- CESSORS PIPE LINES FOR SUPPLYING this grant shall be constructed and :: 'Glades with new efficient equipment. :_:
taln and operate in.- under, upon; over 6 id WATER. TOGETHER WITH ALL THE maintained In accordance with established ,
across the present and future streets, ae- NECESSARY OR DESIRABLE APPURTEN- practice with respect to public water works y y
nues, alleys, highways, brIdges!; M e- ANCES FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPLY- construction and maintenance. X
ments and other public places In the. C'.ty ING WATER TO SAID CITY AND ITS Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to ._. r ....
of Clewlston, Florida, and Its successors, I SUCCESSORS THE INHABITANTS THEREOF make, promptly, such extensions to its .:. .:..
telephone lines, together with all the AND TO PERSONS' AND CORPORA- existing facilities as may be required by i
the Nestle all
in and
necessary or desirable appurtenant TIONS BEYOND THE LIMITS THEREOF, one or more customers or prospective cus- :!: Specializing wave :

thereto (Including underground condu'ts.: 'FOR DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL USE, tomers, provided that if the revenues to .
poles, towers, wires and transmission lln'-s) ?FIRE PROTECTION AND OTHER PUR- be derived therefrom shall not afford a ::_:: lines of beauty work at popular prices. *.:
for the purpose of supplying telephone POSES. AND IMPOSING PROVISIONSAND fair and reasonable return on the cost .. -
service to said Cloy and Its successors, 1.10 CONDITIONS RELATING THERETO. of providing and rendering the required .:. .z.: (It.i .
Inhabitants thereof and persons and c T- BE IT ORDAINED BY:.THE CITY COM- service, then the Grantee shall be permitted y +

porattons beyond the limits thereof, 'or MISSION OF THE CITIfOF CLEWISTON, to, and is hereby authorized to, exact :i: ::: .
domestic, commercial and other purpocas. FLORIDA: : 'NJ from such customer or customers such
This grant Is made In consideration of the ;Section I. That there--Is hereby granted cash advances, minimum guarantees, servIce cordial invitation is extended to the :;:
construction, maintenance'anti operat' )n to. GLADES WATER COMPANY, a cor- guarantees or other arrangements as .
of the telephone lines by the Grantee he aIn poration organized and.''existing? under the will enable the Grantee to earn a fair and :: ladies of Clewiston and neighboring ::
provided fer and for the benefits aid laWS of Florida, its successors: and assigns reasonable return on the cost of providingand 3;: ;
conveniences to the Inhabitants of acid (herein called the Grantee), the rendering the required service.
City as a result thereof. right, privilege or franchise for the full Section VII. That the rates fixed by the ::|:: communities to visit our shop and try :!:;

Section IL That the City of Clewlston. period of thirty (30) years from the date Grantee from time to time shall at all .- "
Florida, hereby reserves the right, at a id> of acceptance hereof to construct, main- times be just and reasonable and sub- :;: 'our service. |:
after the expiration of this grant, to p- r- tain and operate in, under, upon, over ject to reasonably minimnm- charges; +
chase the property of the Grantee us>!d and across the present and future streets, and service guarantee and shall be X Xy
Under or In connection with this grunt\ avenues,. alleys, highways, bridges, ease- subject to regulation by such public body + +
or such part of such property as the saliCity ments and other public places In the City as mal at any time be charged with the y
of Clewis ton may desire to purchr je, Clewlston, Florida, and; its successors, duty to regulate water rates. .
at a valuation of the property real i ,id pIpe lines; together with all the neces- Section VIII. That said City agrees to :|I: Mrs. Eunice Butler Operator & Manager 3?:
personal, desired, which valuation sl ill sary nor desirable appurtenances, for the pass all ordinances necessary er suitable .
be fixed ,by arbitration as may be provl(.: purpose of, supplying water to said City both for'the protection of the rights and i im
by law, and as a condition precedent to and' Its successors, the inhabitants thereof property of the said Grantee.and toenablesaId -
the taking effect of this grant, the Orr,:s- and persons and corporations beyond Grantee to enforce any of its reason- .:M:.:NNMMN:M:..:11:.: :..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:--:..:.,....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:0<..:..:..:+:..:

tee shall, and does hereby, give and gr, .it -
to the said City of Clewlston the = -
right to -- -
purchase so reserved and the Gran'se

shall be deemed to have given and grai t- 'YHA JRRP ,!{},n7CL..yv.VLStt,JlS}:"CYI N}}W! }}}}S, S;S},}.}!!RR11\\KMV4!N ,}}},.. ..M..};. }. ....,...,.. :S\yF wvLNN..}}.,Y.A'. +.... .. J.Y.,, Y,.?. '. ... 'G. .
ed such right of purchase by the act of ... v ..?...,.L..;.s...,.. .., ....v..:.......s..r; } : /r.. v4.
acceptance hereof.. Z Y4 ... h n..r.., L. .,. \.\ .Q .s:t.n..s.?. .. \:..n r..t...v.s: .,.T{. ..,,...:.;:. .,.............r...,......+............i.:.r..1.+.?::. .r.{,.;.,.,..,:. ..}...............:.... ... 1..: ....,):r::i J.::r:;.T::}:svv/. {.?. .? ..? +
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Section III. That poles, towers 'a'id n.}:vn\. ...\\\, \t,. .Ka Q ..,..,........ .n:}.\.v.. .,e.,....nt.vt....\..{,..x.r:.;:.v., ..+..... ..;}.L ,..,.n.,.t.;: ..:: ....;..s.r...x,S}r.v.......;C.....:....:rs.r...TS..}...x.......................v.,.5f.r...1..Y...G.}.}........rr.. r.G.J...}..,r.\.,:.;....:..:.:...J.......?,...;..vr......r..:LJ'.:.:.r.:..}'.r.J.'+.}..: .. Y;'.;.?;::.;: ; t";

wires shall be so located or relocated e id .\ ., ...\ ....:... ... ..:: L.Lt., ...{.{., .. ... !.}... ..}:L,.... ,: : .:Y.r,:..Y..........:.. ... .........:..:.v.QL :: ..... .?. ..;.i,?'r./+ri..i.n rry
so erected as to Interfere as little as P(s- [.L\nQ? r:+:R.. ...\f...?.....r... ? .. .. .... ... .. ....s<....... ......1...... .... .. :.:... ,..:\ ......,.....,..,,....., ,.. .L....!... ...., ... .:..... ..........\., ..;; ..n ..JV..... ,...... ....... .... h..L.. .......,.n..r.Y.., .+.G.J. .......:.:....:..:...:.......Y.:.. {..,.....:..:... n;{:..}? / : Gfjr:n
.S.G\ ..v .. t. .. s .\.....,.,....nix. .L.r.vX.G....., ,.sy....,.....:.\. .xsrr..L... t......>.?...r..L..... s....?. .:....,..L....:.rJ.sr...........t.t JJ .t... ..,.t ., .......... ... ..,..,. n.Y.s.. .................... {.....:...:...:....n.........:.:.:.: :..;;..:..:...::...; 'r4C sible with the traffic over said stree, },., .t},Kn,....t:.;'\.;,G }.. ....L .s.. ..... ..v.....n.t. .x n}..:,..vns{ {Y.L. ..:. }. ..,........v.;,:J... ...v.v... ,:::.. .. ....v.;. .::.. .. ..n. r.r..... v. .,,..r.t..r... 1..: .}... J.rt......,.........;...............L.....,.x..J.. ..........: ..,............s.......,.........:......: .... .env: t? i<;+x.J: 'J rr/,
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a\enues alleys, hIghways, bridges a- ,d : \r.\Q\.K nK .: .y., } :: :::: } : ::J"'...;...;..:.:::':::.:,:::::.>:...i.. : ::::.:.... G't ,
.Y J::::.Y.

public of places from and and with reasonable met as .:n} ,r '. i. .. f.. ,tGL ..,..,., .:............ v: ?.........:: {. .. :.:.v... ...r !:.i;....:.....:.:.:. .. 'F{ : .:}'.: .r.r. .
egress ingress to abutt4 ig c-'L
property. The location or relocation of .11 }::;
poles, towers and conduits shall be m le .4 ..e:}{+G::,: }:i ii r ;{.y; ?4;.fn?..,... .., ..., v.:.. .:.: .. ..... ... ... .
under the supervision and with the t o- )]".vrC. .\,.n...s?f.. ... ..r .. }....n...f.. ...t .., '.{ ,! ,.n .. k ..J.s.....;:.:::.:..is..5.J..L...... .!.. ....n.. .};.r........... .. :..r....;r..nn...:..rr..f..x..s.. .a.....:....,...+;?.L.:.vt...nJt...}.vxr.nk.n:fr.. ,:}.n}:n,..{.;.....;....:\sv.......:...:...... :....:..:r ...........n........:....?...v.....:....:.n.: ., {ir"'(}:.{.%}
proval of such representative as the C ty
Commission of the City of Clewiston my
designate for the purpose but not so .as =
unreasonably to Interfere with the pre ->- .Q
er operation of Grantee's lines and sere: .e. Y.{. ..aa4tarx+' : .

Section IV. That the City of Clew- v??.}:'.:'tn.v?}: ?}}:{. '
y ?5??.':?}a{:: {:,w}::>:; }' ?'G
ton shall In no way be liable or respc i- .}. : 6 I
sible for any accident or damage that my ..
occur In the construction, operation or
Maintenance by the Grantee of Its lit es
and appurtenances thereto, and t le
acceptance of this franchise shall 30 ,.S..G.a:
deemed an agreement on the part of s, Id
Grantee to Indemnify said City and to
hold it harmless against any and all llab,1-
ity, loss, costs, damage or expense whi'h
may accrue to said City by reason of tie 4 h
neglect, default or misconduct of tie '

Grantee In the construction, operation ')r. {s;??.?:?;
maintenance of Its lines and appurtenances -
Section V. That all lines constructed ..
under this grant shall be constructed and ; frrs;;:;:tikixiK: it U
maintained In accordance
eats )-
., \ iiry x {
lished practice with respect to telephone
construction and/ maintenance. From 1900 up to 1934 the leaf ....r; l lti

Section VI. That the Grantee agrees to w
make promptly such extensions to its ecIstlng tobacco used for cigarettes in- S
facilities as may be required by o to During the year ending June I
or more customers or prospective custoi creased from
ers, provided that If the revenues to :e ..{ SE; ;x;: ;i 30 1900 the Government
:;:}? tr:
? ,
derived from service to be furnished to ,
such customers or prospective custom 13,084,037 Ibs. to '
shall not afford a fair and reasonable I- I collected from cigarette taxes
turn on the cost of providing and rend' ring 326,093,357 Ibs. .
the required service, the Grantee sh 11 ; :.,.;t\vt:4{<{ $3,969,191 Rhi N. vrr\Y1s.L} # .J

be permitted to, and is hereby authorizedto an Increase of 2392% : < >>A {>} .
exact from such customer or customers .
such cash advances, minimum guarantee For the I year ending June 30. ,
service guarantees other '
or 8 -
rangements as will enable Grantee to earna 1934, the same taxes were:
It takes mild tobacco
fair and reasonable return on the cost R ripe
of providing and the } stiiiiaa: {rv fY
rendering- requir Yyr 5f5:: : ;:?;\stK: $350,299,442 a {4roYa.o't 4 ,Lr

service.Section VII. That the rates fixed by the to make a good cigarette ;nr<.: >;;<:k:;; }.; _

Grantee from time to time shall at rll! an increase of 8725%
times be Just and reasonable and subji :t
to reasonable minimum charges ar: d :: .i lot of r
.r'.J -a
service guarantees, and shall be sue h \? vv''i5'v. + money. {i'o

rates as shall be fixed or approved by t'e
Florida Railroad o ; Commission otl
or :r ;::} ;: ;skStint:
duly constituted public body charged wI) h ; ..yt' ,' 4\Y!' +.,, .
,+ .. :: r. \
} Qti2'3t'.? : } { ,:rt
the tin'd ; ;
fixing or regulation of rates for tel ,- .
tin lot
.z .{;::} : ': t:5 Cigarettes give a of ::
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service.Section :
phone \; <;: k !{;is?
VIII. That said City of Clew; s-
ton agrees to pass all ordinances necc {+, .I pleasure to a lot of people. ,., v: %;;7? { ) } \\ \ \{,
sary or suitable both for the protectl iof
%he rights and property of the sa d
Grantee and to enable said Grantee o
enforce any of said Grantee's reasonal e
rules and regulations for the managementof L4r
Its business and the operation and con--
trol of service to be rendered hercundo*:.,
and to pass any ordinance or ordinanc !:3
that may be necessary or suitable In ord 'rto
fully confirm to said Grantee the rlgh .s

l : "to herein be. or hereby granted or Intended : o I ; ; haic// More cigarettes are smoked today because

,. Section IX: That when any portion f,
a street Is excavated by Grantee In t* t K. more people know about them-they are better advertised.
location or relocation of any of Its coi .- .
,': dulls, poles, towers, wires, transmissloi \& 1
But the main for the increase is that made
lines, pipes or appurtenances, the portio reason they are
of the street so excavated shall, within a S
',,0 reasonable time and as early as practlcah better-made of better tobaccos; then again the tobaccosare
after .such excavation, be replaced In 3;
t good condition as It was at the time < f
such excavation. blended blend of Domestic and Turkish tobaccos.
r' Section X. That. failure on the part f
.. the Grantee to comply In any sub&tantl 1 \
,' respect with any of the provisions of th 3 Chesterfield is made of mild ripe tobaccos.
, ,'\ '-. franchise shall be grounds for a forfeltu a -
, : of this grant but no' such forfeiture she il '- that science knows about is used in
.;.: take effect If the reasonableness or propriety Everything
,<, thereof Is protested by the Grantee ..
. until a court of competent, jurisdiction waking a milder and better-tastingcigarette.
- (with the right of appeal In either partfihall /)
have found that said Grantee has,
We believe will them.
C 193, LIGGETT Cc MYERS TOBACCO Co you enjoy