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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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tVOLUnE j,. 9, NUMBER 42 .. '- CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAH .
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BEAN SHIPMENTS ON Practice Continues On THANKSGIVING SET Masters, Golf Pro. SCHOOL BOARD HAS


Christmas CantataThe Returns This WeekJoe

INCREASE; PRICE IS AS TENTATIVE DATE HECTIC MEETING INLABELLE'SATURDAY

Christmas cantata, "The
World's True Light", by R. M. Masters, who served his first
LOW BUT STEADIER FOR MILL OPENINGThanksgiving
Stultz, which will be presented by season as pro at the Clcwiston Golf

the choir of the Community Church Course last winter, returned Thursday _

-- probably on the Sunday evening pre- from Indian River, Mich., where !
It has been estimated that approximately ceding Christmas, is fast roundinginto Day, November 28, he has served his eighth cons.ecutive i A special meeting of the Hendry

eight cars of beans have shape under the capable direc- has been set as a tentative date by season as pro at the Burt Lake Golf County Board of Public Instructionheld
been shipped or will be shipped dur- the U. $. Sugar Company for start- in LaBelle
tion of Kay Lawler and J. E. Beards- Course. Mr. and 11rs.Clyde Byrd, I last Saturday night
ing this week from the farming area ing the crop season activities and the
for
ley. There are ,about twenty-five now who have had charge of the local purpose of discussing several
between Moore Haven and Lake officials state that the start may be
taking part and an effort will be course during the summer left today matters of Interest, resolved Itself
arbol'. The price is still down but speeded up a few days earlier than
made to Increase this number to for Jacksonville where they :will into a battle between the Clewiston
steady and the f. o. b. price paid by thirty. that date or may fall a few days make their home. member _of the Board, M. E. Von-

buyers in the section is sufficient to later. Mach and the two members from the
Voices now included in the choir Mr. Masters states that as soon
net the farmers substantial profit. Through the summer a large_crew
a include 12 sopranos, 4 altos, 5 ten- as he can meet with the directors of eastern side of the county, accordingto
Beans were reported as selling for of workmen have been 'kept busy the accounts of the who
ors and 4 bassos. More male voices the course he expects to be able to many
from to $1.50 hamper in maintaining the equipment and the
$1.35 per attended from Clewiston.The .
are need and a special effort is announce a tournament to be heldin
Belle Glade the first of the week. force has been enlarged during the
principal point of differencearose
being made to enlist new tenor and the near future and several others
continues to be the past few weeks for overhauling
C. E. Miner ma- from a resolution passed by
bass talent. during the winter. He states that for
largest shipper in this section hav- chinery and having everything in the board during the absence of Mr.
Soloists for the occasion include the convenience of local and visiting
moved about five cars this week. readiness for what is expected to be
ing VonMach at the last regular meet.
Mabel Peters and Mrs. G. J. Potter, golfers that a supply of golf accessories -
One of these it is understood was the most successful grinding seasonin
ing. This resolution was to the effect -
sopranos, F. M. Wright tenor, and will be carried at the club-
in this section and the history of the mill here.
sold to
buyers that the meetings, scheduled to
R. N. Smith and M. E. Yenawine, house and that a complete club repair -
;the other four shipped to the Smoke belching from the lofty
were baritones. service will be given. be held in Clewiston on the odd
;produce company he represents in smokestack of the mill Wednesdaywas months of the year, would be can-

New York. A. O. Walker picked the a reminder that the season is celled and all regular meetings heldin

first of the week from his 100-acre Indian Agents Here not far away. Dr. Williams Speaks LaBelle. There was no second to

field but the first picking was small. The cane has had a very good Mr. VonMach's motion that this res-

J. E. Beardsley also picked several Investigating Tax Liens season and it is believed that if the At Kiwanis MeetingDr. olution be rescinded and the attorney -

.. '',t hundred hampers this week. fields escape disastrous freezes suchas for the board, L. O. Gravely stat,

.. In the Moore Haven and Diston struck them last December that ed that It would be illegal for the
Moore Haven
Island section, R. Doe continues to ( Democrat) the yield of sugar will be exceptionally D. Jenkins Williams, pastor of meetings to be held other than In
Charles Robin
special represent-
ship in greatest quantity having good. the Clewiston Community Church the county seat.. Mr. Von1lacbI'Itat- -
ative of the Department of the In-
picked: about two cars this week. J. who recently returned from a vaca- ed ,that he was just as sure of the
terior from Washington, K. Riddle, tion of several months at his old
E. Frierson, Glen H. Williams andF.
I legality, quoting a letter from State
land acquislt'Am agent for Indian home in Wisconsin and in the New
B. Mills also began picking this Caloosahatchee Superintendent Cawthon in whichMr.
lands of Palm
West Beach
and J. England States
most inter-
week. gave a
L':. Glenn, Indian agent of Dania Cawthon had given his approvalto
Growers continue to hope for a esting description of his vacation the meetings being held In Clew-
raise in the price of beans on the were here yesterday morning invest- experiences to the Kiwanis Club at in
Cacography iston, saying there was nothing
tax liens certain
igating on piecesof
northern markets due to the fact their meeting Wednesday night.Dr. .
i property which the governmentis the law to prevent the meetings' being
that the crop is about gone in the Jenkins spoke for some timeof held here. He also challengedMr.
considering purchasing in the
B. Wallace
South Atlantic and Gulf States and county for additional, acreage for Wy Marjorie his old home place in Waukesha Gravely to produce any written

that high water has postponed the Seminole Indian reservation.Mr. County Wisconsin, where he spent statement from the Attorney General -

plantings on the east shore of the Robin stated while here that Dredge Boat Annie, on the job most of the summer. This place, he proving it Illegal.

lake.: Bean movement from the East plans had, not progressed far enough again. And what fun it is once more said, his grandfather had bought The next point of difference was,

Beach section has not been enoughas that anything definite could be said to climb the precipitous ladders, from the government and had remained that in the distribution of the state

yet to influence the price, nor willit In regard to the amount of additional watch the swinging cutters, listento the home place for each generation school money, a small apportionment

be for several weeks, according to acreage which the Indian depart- the shouting, cadanced riot of the succeeding. The principal industry which was recently made. At
local growers. The poor quality of of that particular section is ab-
ment contemplates 'purchasing but engines, talk the characteristic the same meeting, during the

fruit that has been shipped from ,that if anymore were bought it lingo, of the dredgeboat, fraternity, dairying and he described in detail fence of Mr. VonMach the fund had

some sections and is responsible in ,would be a much smaller tract than I I drink cups of superlative coffee, some of the beautiful herds of I been distributed among the teachers -

part for the low price should soon bo. ,the 45,000 acres reported unofficially clamber over and under and around Guernsey cattle and stated that one of the county and Clewlston

cleared out and replaced by rlrstgrade last week. Gene Sebring, of Se- : cables and loose gear and oil drums, man there had a cow valued at $14- teachers were given less than other

beans from this area. bring, met the men here as repre- and coils of rope, admire the yardage 000. Many of the herds numbered county teachers. Mr. VonMach took,

sentative of one of the large property 1 and cleanliness and the cook 350 and 400 cows. He also,said that I the stand that this was unfair in'
and inspectors--'acid'- commiserate while:.: there he. preached his 43rd distribution and
Good Fishing ReportedAt owners of that section of the : 1 view or the small
county. I with "hard digging" which a dredgeis annual sermon. the fact that always heretofore all

Liberty 'Point CampJ. i Mr. Glenn stated that work was ALWAYS striking when you go He next .told of his trip back to i county teachers have received the

already underway in improving the aboard-well, maybe that wouldn'tbe Florida and'holy he had traveled over same amount.'

four sections of land recently acquired fun for you, but Hove it. 4,000 miles to reach Clewiston The question of borrowing addi-

; J. L. Tindale, manager of the by the government for the 1 Yesterday, under Mr. Lloyd's from Wisconsin. He visited In Pen- tional funds from the bank to pay

'j!'f."" Liberty Point Fishing Camp, reports Indians. Only one white man is em- guidance and tender care, I visited nsylvania and Vermont and described salaries was opposed by Mr. Von

that this week there .have been some ployed, the remainder of the work the Reliable and the Dania. You the beautiful scenery to be foundin Mach, who told the other board

nice catches of bass' taken from the being done by the, Indians, who, he drive first to Hansen's Marine Ways the Green and White Mountainsof I members that he would not approve

fishing grounds in the vicinity of said, were so willing to work that on the Orange River (bet you didn't New Hampshire and Vermont. He of the action until all sections of

the camp, many of them from the there was not, enough jobs for all. know there was any Orange River also visited one of the large marble the county were treated on an equal

recently dug rim canal and from the There are about seventy-five Indi'hereabouts) several miles above Ft. I quarries from which had been taken]I! basis.

:Mayacca cut to the like. In calm ans on the reservation at the pres- Myers, and there take to swimming the huge slabs for the constructionof The next meeting will be held on

weather fishermen usually go out as I'lor boat the Supreme Court building in Saturday November 9th at LaBelle
ent time. Three tractors are at work a as you choose, for the
far as Observation Island to cast plowing up the arable land for sod- dredges. Washington. He then told of his vis- and it is hoped that some of the dif-

their lures but high winds of the ding with Dallas grass and other l I l The Reliable is'at the railroad it in Washington and at this build- ficulties may be Ironed out at this
past few days have made the lake too where the ,meeting.
Ing he saw Supreme Courtin
A herd of Angus cattle will
grasses.
bridge, digging her way under it,
rough for fishing in that area. be put in the reservation within a I I and just a short distance beyond the' session, and .a visit with ,his son, A majority of the faculty mem-
Among those named by Mr. Tin- short time.It I a marine, stationed at Quantico, be- bers of the Clewiston school, the
very bridge her stint will be finished. The
dale were: J. N. Freely and 'Marvin fore returning to Clewiston.J. members of the local board of trus-
is not the policy of the Indian Caloosahatchee down here is a lovejly
Butler lumbe of. Fort Myers. several others attended the
men tees and
agency, Mr. Glenn ,said, t. use com- aquamarine lake dotted with neat Dingfelter, a member of the
They made a catch of seventy-five pulsuory methods to have Indians round islands, and under the bril- Sanford Kiwanis club' attended the meeting Saturday.

pounds in a days fishing. move frprn other sections onto this liant sunshiny the spoil-areas, heaped meeting and gave an interesting talk I --

Gene G. Culver and Capt. Allison, reservation but an, invitation is ex- with freshly washed sand, look Ion work being done by his club for Miss Knight Takes
also from Fort Myers, brought their
tended to all of them to come hereif like snow banks. underpriveleged children. This club
yacht into the canal the first of this In the state in this Part In Torch Night
week and several they like. Due to the fact that the On board we were made most I I ranked second
are spending days
Indian population north of the lake work this year and Mr. Dingfelter is
enjoying the fishing. No report has heartily welcome by inspectors Jim '
and that of the lower Everglades 'chairman: of the committee.
been received of their luck.A Stockley and Andy Collins, and Cap- Tallahassee.!' Oct. 31.-Miss Ruth
speak different language and have
Pahokee party, headed by Lee a tain Henry, and Dave Ireland, own-
differences in is dif- of Clewiston, was among the
i some custom, it this Clewiston Ladies Plant Knight
of
Butler also made a nice catch here er plucky little dredge. The
ficult to get the two classes to mix. at Florida State College
Reliable will from here to South sophomores
in a few hours time the first of the go
week. The Glades county Indians, he said, Carolina where another contract |I Many Roses In City for Women recently taking part in
& speak the Muskogee and
language
Mr. Tindale has made a numberof awaits her, and in preparation for I the Torch Night ceremony in tho
those of Hendry and Collier and the
improvements at the and the journey she is being overhauled -
camp lower East Coast speak the ..Miccosutee Many Clewiston ladies especially open air theatre.
works
expects to make many more to ac- and repaired as she ; everywhere -
: : language.The members of the Garden Club, have One hundred members from the
the clear yellow of her
comodate the large number of fish-
ermen he I anticipates will visit the only construction started so I. new lumber streaks her decks and been ordering rose bushes and planting freshman class were selected to
far on the reservation is that of a. them in their lawns and flower
superstructures, and the screech ofsaws in the sophomorefreshmanevent.
lake section R this year. Signs are I roles
' large garage, but it is understoodthat of hammers addsto gardens during the last week and itI
and banging
being painted this week to be plac- .
other building construction is is estimated that close to fifteen
ed the natural din. Lund Is the other i
at vantage points along the prin- .
planned the of out Torch Night was inaugurated on
as work carrying hundred bushes have been planted
inspector aboard, but yesterday he
cipal highways to guide fishermen
, the educational health and rehabilitation I. at the suggestionof
the here
! to the camp.Engineers. I I had gone to Ft. :Jlyers to greet his recently. campus
programs for Florida's 580 wife, arriving from Jacksonville.And The largest single order for young Dr. Mina Kerr, the first dean of

L_ Install Seminoles.- goes forward. I was sorry to miss him, be- I i bushes was made by ,Mrs. E. L. Stewart ,.,students on the campus. She saw

cause I haven't seen him since we I for a thousand. This was the emblem, the three
in the college
Radio Receiver H1r S. Gove Is New went to school together exactly thir- I combined orders of several of the to
torches, passed on from year :year
ty-two years ago. (What is that old ladies planting all the way from six
. W. P. A. Engineer resemblance .
to the Incoming classes, a
,I -- saw about telling tales out of to several hundred each.

The all-wave radio receiving set -- school?) Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., has to the Greek torch race of ancient

requisitioned by the U. S. Engineer I H. S. Gove, former county engi- The Reliable has pumped 95,009 planted 40 of the bushes at her times or the "Lampadedrom-

office here during the recent hurri- neer of Glades County and first yards of ,dirt and has about 7,009 home, the flowers 'from which will I ia", as it was-'called.In .

cane season has been received and I was appointed last week 'as Works yards to go. When she gets throughthe be' used to decorqte.St.. Margaret's Prometheus Is
the ceremony,
this week workmen constructed an Progress engineer fior the West bridge she must raise the W-U church.

aerial for the set which should allow Palm Beach district and took over wires from the bottom of the river; Mrs F. Deane, Duff has recently represented as Alma Mater, the giv-

it to attain maximum efficiency. his new duties immediately. He re- quite a job, for the leadsheathedcable made a second large order for rose er of good gifts to her daughtersand

0m' The aorigl noles are sixty feet in places Frank Martin who was transferred weighs about 40 pounds to the plantings as well as several others. the three torches of the college

height made of steel pipe set in a to another district. Mr. Gove foot and is encrusted with marine Most of the bushes will be used en- emblem-Vires, Artes and Mores

base of concrete. The aerial consists has been connected with the WPA'at accumulations. Then she must dig a tirely for beautification of" lawns portray the three phases of college

of two wires and is high that Vero I is under- life-strength, skill and character,
enough Beach for several months.' new and deeper bed for the cable and gardens although It
I it is believed interference will be" The West Palm Beach district .i and put it back to sleep. stood that sonic plan on more ex- The altar of the newest class, the

! greatly lessened. 1 embraces a number of South Florida .1 I Dave Ireland has the secret of tensive plantings to raise roses on a I ire l'men. i
The radio was installed at Capt. counties of which Hendry and : perennial youth-he is still the prize commercial scale: i-i the race the sophomores, and
Richardson Selee's request in order Glades I I I the IndiyiduaI'torches of the fresh-
I are the most westerly. Mr. exponent of what the well-dressed
I I that a better check could be kept! .dove was here the first of the week (I contractor will wear on the job. Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and Mrs. G.I men are set aflame as a symbol of

on the progress of storms durlnQ leaking his first survey of condj- I III sight of the Reliable over the' F. Tippey visited friends in Belle trust which they must' keep ever

that season. 1 tions in his district, I. (Qqptlnued on page 4) Glade Wednesday., ] bright to<<:! pass, on to their successors.


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1935



CROCHETED FLOWERSFOR FORTUNES WAITING YOU
News Review of Current
BRISBANETHIS POT HOLDERS If all the hundreds of thousands
who believe they are being illegally

restrained from enjoying the benefitsof

WEEKNo Events the World Over By GRANDMOTHER, CLARK ancient estates were suddenly to jIICS

a have their claims recognized, be-
tween five and six billions of rlollars"rworth

of the most valuable property

Core, ,No War Laval in Uncomfortable Position as Anglo-Italian Relations s in the Important cities of the world

Sloan Sees Light would change hands overnight! For,

o The Holy City Falls ,Grow Worse-Senator Vandenberg according to these claimants some

I G. B. Shaw WritesA "Not Candidate." of the biggest skyscrapers are but
a squatters on their property. Involved
small boy, asked for the core of
prominently In their calculations
his apple, said: "There ain't goingto are
be no core." By EDWARD W. PICKARD such well-known landmarks: as Central

Laval, French premier, tired of dan- Western Newspaper Union. park, the Post Office building,
the Empire State building and
gerous goingson In the Mediterranean, k most
gerous goings on in the Mediterranean, I PIERRE LAVAL, premier of France, business was "reviving," declared relief uf Wall Street New 'York city ; the

himself in a tight place be- and other emergency expenditureswould site of San Francisco ; the chief
nounces bluntly: "There ain't goingto
I cause of his efforts to retain the friend- drop as continued Improvementwas street of Birmingham, Ala. ; the main
no war, requesting England to re-
move her battleships from the Medi ship of both Great Britain and Italy shown, and predicted many work stem of Wilmington, Del. ; and the

terranean.The and to keep his government projects :would be of lasting benefit business sections of both Baltimore

from being and Philadelphia. Nearly all claimsof :
wise British have known all
upset by its foes at DOESN'T take much these, days this kind: have been declared Invalid -
along that be IT
there was to no war, I Pot holders
but thought it well to indulge In home. In the proces to cause the Republicans to rejoice. crocheted with hean'tring by the courts, but the heirs still
"
,
virtuous demonstrations. of trying to find a" way The latest event hailed by them as a are very practical and when refuse to lose hope.-Mary Margaret.

Britons to bring about a peaceful harbinger of victory next year was made in flower forms are really love- McBride In Cosmopolitan.
rarely make diplomatic mis- I "
takes settlement of the merely a by-election: In Massachusettsto I ly. They are heavy enough to pro-
: diplomats of other countriesare
i ect the hands I-
: without
Italo-Ethiopian war, fill requiring
a vacancy in the state senate.
children ,to them, although FranceIs Laval proposed that The district normally Is Republican padding. These three pot holdersire
an exception to that rule. \1
Britain withdraw Its and this time as usual a Republicanwas crocheted in the same manner
Washington believes the will
war big home fleet from elected. The reason for the jut in different combinations of red.
end in GO days, and has probably been >; '
. P\1 : WvJE3 to yellow and green.. The petals
the Mediterranean G. O. P. shouts was found In the decreased are 4
told so by somebody in Europe. I mollify Mussolini. This vote polled by the Democrats, i. :rocheted separately of one color

Pierre, Laval suggestion was laid and the fact that Salem, a mill town ind then slip 'stitched together. anJJnished
Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., president of General
before the British :cabinet and turned and former Democratic stronghold, was in contrasting colors. Size
:- Motors, announces "all signals set down flatly. when finished about six Inches., .
captured by the Republicans. 2!!
for Increased WITH A
automobile sales
next
Instruction sheet No. 731 with
The cabinet gave hearty approval to
Democratic leaders said that the is- '
year, and no doubt about It. the policy at Geneva of Capt. Anthony Illustrations and instructions how to : TbSeman(
sues In the election local '
He were purely
approves an automobile show in Eden and Samuel Hoare, secretary for crochet these holders, also how to

November, instead of January,. as giv- foreign affairs. Its stand 'was. reported and that the (reverse at most was a arrange the colors, will be mailed to

ing the people more time to realize to be substantially this : Mussolini rebuff for the administration of Democratic you for 10 cents. Material can also JrI'I' la the
;:, that the Important car Is the winter Gov. James Curley. THIS 1 Jet Coleman ( 0I
: will respect -nothing' but force. He oe bought from this department. Information Lantern with ble
,, car, when the automobile "wears therubbers" would Interpret any withdrawal of I and price are given when I brilliance and i. always It lights ready Instantly for any
lighting;job. in any weather.
,: for the whole family. Britain's Mediterranean forces as a PRESIDENT JOHN GARNER mailing instructions. ;fast the light you need for every outdoor 11110 _
VICE on the farm for hunting, fishing, outdoor
(:- sign of weakening. If Mussolini wantsto a large number of senators Address Home Craft Co., Dept. B., Haa genuine i'yrez bulge-type I globe, porceleia eporta.ventilator
I r...>. Capturing Aksum will Impress Ethlo- top, nickle-plated fount,bailt-in; pump, Like
clear and representatives sailed Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave. St
the way for Italo-Ethoplan from Seattlefor Coleman Lamp.. It make and barns iu own gu
r:: plans The holy city, surrendered by peace talks, let him halt his armies in Manila to represent 'the United Louis, Mo. Inclose stamped ad- oz from dependable regular ga lighting.llne.service It's a,big for only value$5.95., with yean

,,.,,: the Ethiopians without a shot, contains Ethiopia; and accept league terms as States at the formal I establishment of dressed envelope for reply when writ- SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER-or writs

..- the tombs of all Ethiopian rulers since basis for negotiation as Ethiopia already the Philippines cop wealth and the ing for any Information. for FREE Folder.

' the time of Sheba. The ,Coptic Christian has done.Furthermore inauguration of esident Manuel THE Dcpt.' WU150 COLEMAN Wichita LAMP Kara ;AND LOB Angeles STOVE!:Calif COi 1

,:,:; bishop of Aksuu voluntarily gave the British governmentcalled Quezon on November 19. Disreputable Starling Chicago.Ill; Philadelphia.Pa (5160)

1: the keys of the city to the Italian Gen. on Laval for a definite reply to For the first time In history both

;': Emilio de Bono,* at Aduwa. He accepted Its question whether France would co- the President and the Vice Presidentwere Enemy of Jap BeetlesThe

t.:' the keys, proclaimed Italy's, operate with the British fleet If there outside United States territoryat aggressive European starlingmay A f/efpinqHaml':
t annexation of Aksum sent force toy be an undesirable alien becauseit
a were an open break with Italy. The the same time. Secretary of State
,,, surround the city and prevent looting French answers to this query had Hull -was the ranking official left In befouls buildings 'and parked auto-, for

a,,; the monasteries and the ancient cathedral been too wabbly to suit Downing Washington and consequently was the mobiles, but it is a first-class fighter \ConstipationSufferers

:., of St. Mary Zion. street Particularly the English temporary head of the government. against the destructive Japanese,

I;' wanted to know If their fleet would be However, :Mr. Roosevelt was" In close beetle, according to the biological: -

{. In that cathedral the original Ark of permitted to use the French naval and continual communication with the survey, United States Department of

.) the Covenant. is believed to be pre- dockyards. It was believed that If capital by wireless throughout his Agriculture. I

\. served. Ethiopian history relates that Laval could not satisfy the British, cruise. Food-habit experts of the bureau,

when Solomon sent the'son of his high the latter would withdraw from active have found the starling one of the

J'z.' .:. .. priest, with other sons of great dignitaries leadership In the League of Nations SOME quarters Col. Theodore most effective of the bird enemies of NATURE'S BEST ASSISTANT

to accompany Sheba's son and refuse to renew the Locarno com- Roosevelt Is credited with considerable this pest of early ripening fruit, corn,

after his visit to his father, the son mitments on which France relies for Influence and truck crops. In one locality 14
among
:: of the high priest took the originalArk protection against Germany. rggW the Republicans of out of 23 starlings collected had fed AI.YNc \N B-
\. of the Covenant with him substituting
,
\ the eastern states on Japanese beetles. In some .instances -
,
I J:: an imitation ark, much to the from 'the' African Y. and often he is men- nearly all the birds' food was
indignation of Solomon and that DISPATCHES ?
: high tioned from this source. In certain limited
'
I war are subjected to so .i.< as a possible HAIRBALD
,
_t:, priest In justice to the high priest'sson. Presidential d I- localities starlings are known to
severe a censorship that they are not c a n
It must be stated that an angel
son have reduced the population of
only unsatisfactory but often quite date. Another poten- : oS
appeared and gave him Instructions unreliable. All kinds of sensational tial candidate, strongIn grubs of the beetle from 100 per PATCHES 11\\ G

f.f i about stealing the ark. stories are circulated and some of the West, Senator square foot to 5 or C. 54'.

t. them may be true. One such is the William E. Borah of The starling, however, says the DA.NDlllJF1 t ;

'. George Bernard Shaw discovers that report from Djibouti, French Somali- Idaho, recently wroteto biological survey Is only one of 17 .
Ethiopia, so-called, is an aggregationof Hair troubles are usually scalp troublesand
bird in whose stomachs
Colonel species Japanese
land Roosevelt -
that Italians killed a number of scalp troubles are frequently due to
tribes, one ruled fairly well by -- -
British SomalIland subjects near the Proposing' that the beetles are found. The other parasite of some kind or other that
Haile Selassie who Is called "Em- CoL i Theodore
eats Into the and Infection
scalp causes
193Q Eepubllcan birds the ring-necked pheasant
Ethiopian frontier, some of the vIc- cam are ,
peror," the others doing about as they Roosevelt. with consequent irritation, Itch, crusty
tims being members of the camel pagQ, be based on a bobwhite, eastern kingbird, crestedflycatcher sores, scales and thin and falling hair.

please. cops tint Is a part of the colonial "trust-busting" Issue. The colonel common' crow, catbird, There Is one treatment for the scalp
'. In some of these tribes, what pleases that not only destroys the parasites but
; army. British Vice Consul Lowe turned down the plan. He replied that, brown thrasher, robin, wood thrush, also helps heal the irritated scalp. It Is
:
; the natives would seem strange to us. heard, also, that Italians had gassed while he was In sympathy with the English sparrow, meadow .lark, red- Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. Not

For Instance, among the Danakils a and shot a lot of cattle and goats In senator's attitude on monopolies, he winged blackbird, purple grackle, .':afancy and that's preparation what you want an effective,results.The one
lady will not a gentleman ufftll
marry
British Somallland. felt there are many other Issues as cardinal, vesper sparrow, and song use of Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing
he proves that he has killed at least Certainly relations between Italy and great or greater. Among these he sparrow. Oil will purify your scalp and promotethe
i: four men. And he must prove It by named "scandalous waste of the growth of healthy, vigorous and lustrous -
Great Britain were growing worse peo- hair. Dr.Porter's Antiseptic Heal-
bringing back the easily Identified daily and there were many predictionsthat ple's money, government extravagance, Close to Duty ingOll Is made by the makers of Grove's
fragments of four mutilated bodies. multitudinous taxes, and attempts to i Laxative Bromo Quinine and Is sold by
the two nations would be at eachother's Keep close to duty. Never mind all druggists at 30c and 60c with guarantee
:Married life with such should subvert
a lady of
our type government""I '
r throats before long. The Brit- the future If only have of satisfaction or money back.
be dull. you peaceof
never entirely Colonel Roosevelt
agree,
ish have been In a deadly cold humor conscience If feel
yourself
you
wrote, "that monopolies are evil, forI
ever since they found out that ussolIni's -
reconciled and in with
Your Uncle Sam is rich firm believer harmony the
very now, am a In the established
friends had been
had much in his. life. trying to stir American order of things. Be what you oughtto
of
never ,so gold anti-BUtish principle competition. I
revolt In
The total pile, "an all time high," Now up an the border between Egypt Egypt.and have stated this over and over again be ; the rest Is God's fl'air.-

amounts to than fifteen billionsof during the last eighteen months."I Amiel. {'
more Italian Libya Is the scene of swift My Ideal Remedy for s"" <
"dollars. do not however that this ,
agree, ,
concentration of troops on both sides.
,; It wouldn't: be such a big pile of will be the major issue of the cam- FAIN

gold If the government had not in- ARTHUR H. VANDEN- paign." 'Though I have tried all good B,
geniously raised the,price of the gold SENATOR remedies Capudme suits me best gi.
f who has '
Michigan, been ROOSEVELT turned because it is unusually quick >- .
t: '.. ounce. mentioned frequently as a possible PRESIDENT and gentle." For headache,
the Pacific and
began mane neuralgic, or muscle aches
.r
The United States Is becoming.more Republican nominee for the Presidency hIs return voyage on the cruiser Hous- use either Capudine Liquid or \; ; ."

; and more a gambling nation, and, Inconsequence came back froma ton. The vessel ,was started through Be Sure They Properly Capudine Brand Tablets. :. -/
tour of Eu-
f"" less and, less a thinking, summer the Panama canal while the President Cleanse the Blood "

;;; working nation. Gambling makes real rope 'and declared flat % went to Fort Clayton and other poststo a 1
I ly he Is "not a candi- kidneys filter-
I> work seem not worth while. Why Inspect the garrisons, and to the YOUR are constantly
date for anything on matter from the blood
work If you can play the horses? Can new Madden dam on the Chagres river -
;'c
stream. But kidneys sometimes tag in
earth. He did not
::" you Imagine Washington, Lincoln or He boarded the cruiser at Pedro their work-do not act as nature in The
" Edison studying "past performances". ?' attempt to predict who Miguel locks and, with President ArIasof tended-fail to remove impurities that DailyIlse of-

,,' :Mr. Damon Runyon writes : would be named by Panama and Mrs. Arias as guests, 'poison the system when retained. CUTICURA SOAP

{ "A few years ago, the Broadway the Republicans, but proceded to the Atlantic. Then you may suffer nagging back

betting men would have sneered dt did say he felt the ache,dizziness, scanty or too frequent NelpsllelieaelrrilaliottAnd
l G. O. P. would win urination getting at night swollen
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,
- GEN. WILLIAM up
: the Idea of L. SIBERT
wagering_on college foot- MAJ. ,
limbs feel miserable-
ball games. Now It is the biggest bet- In '1936., W_' of the three men who really all upset.Don't; nervous, assists in keeping your
"I think President
ting medium of any sport, with betting Roosevelt wrote his Senator bunt the Panama canal and last surviving delay! Use Doan's Pills. skin, in good condition. Containing

brokers Issuing regular printed in' Vandenberg member of the canal commission Dean's are especially) for poorly func- emol-
obituary his first
quotations on the various games every died at the age of seventy-five at tioning kidneys. They are recommended super-creamy
week." speech In congress in March, 1033," his country home near Bowling Green, by grateful users the countryover. lient and medicinal properties,

he said, "and historians will show It, Ky. He was bulled in Arlington National ..Get them from any druggist. Cntienra Soap, used regularly ""
At the :Methodist Protestant church when he said 'most liberal governmentshave cemetery with full military .

'. conference a ,committee of the Lord's been wrecked on the rocks! of honors. : soothes and "protects the >.

" day recommends that churches ,be loose fiscal policies and we must -take General ''Si ert's career es engineer. skin. :

lighted like motion picture "cathe- care to avoid that. arid soldier was distinguished. He was Price 25 cents

drals." The committee complains: Liberal spending by the New Deal made brigadier general by special act \

"The Church of Christ Is in compara- was defended by Senator Fletcher of i of congress for his services In con

tive darkness with often but a single Florida, chairman of the senate bank- : ection with the building of the Panama How Calotabs Help Nature

light over the door and at the speak ing committee. In an interview he canal. During the World war he I

er's desk to save expense." said that'"governmellt activities and commanded the First division of the .

expenditures have restored about $10- A. E. F. To Throw Off'a Bad Cold '

New Jersey Justice decides that 000,000,000'of bank credit lost in the He retired In 1920 to engage In private -

.Hauptmann, convicted of murdering 21,000,000.000: deflation of 193033. engineering work and subsequently Millions have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the

the Lindbergh child, may live a little "Business Is going to get the bene- served as chairman of the ,Alabama most valuable aid in the treatmentof I kidneys, promoting the elimination _'
fit of that colds. take two tab- of cold from the system. Thus
longer to take The money the government state docks commission In construction They one or poisons
an
appeal to the United
the first and the Calotabs serve the doublet of
Is Is lets night repeat purpose
putting out going to people of the state docks at
States Supreme court The Supreme Mobile. third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
court may, In its discretion, decline to who are putting It in the. banks. It From 1928 to 1932 he was chaIrmanof How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatmentof

Investigate Hauptmann's conviction., is Increasing purchasing power and the Boulder dam commission, and In throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is colds.
likewise expanding the credit facilities 1929 and 1930 was president of the one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical:
In that case, the curtain falls. of the banks." American Association of Port of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family
King Features Syndicate.. Inc. Authorl- thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial
WNU Service. The senator expressed the belief ties. the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.)

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MODERN VERSION IMPROVED TOYS MADE OF GOLD r her baby days attracted much at-

."1 Holland is known as the cleanest UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Toys valued at more than :>;;3,000- I tention. Musical dolls given by Queen Skin Torment

i country in the world and It Is not COO were shown in an exhibition of Victoria to the prince'of Wales and

an unusual sight to see a pictur- "Children Throughout the Ages" in the duke of York when they were Itching,roughness,
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) ; ; esquely garbed housewife cleaning SUNDAY l London, England, recently. Two gold babies; Queen ElIzabeth's and OliverCromwell's cracking.easily relieved
esson and
I ,' the street In front of her home with rattles which once delighted the christening robes, and n improved: withsoothing ", "
an electric sweeper. By KEV I*, U. KITSWATEU. 1) D.. prince of Wales, and a fairhaireddoll skirt worn by Charles I when he was -
i; Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago.Moody BIble companion of Queen Mary in two, were also shown. I Resin1L
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.:J JUDAH TAKEN-CAPTIVE vouf. t; red:<< a n ='dowri1

4 LESSON TEXT-II Kings 25112. "<: ,'. .! ..' ". !!. ..,.."', ...... .: .. .....',,. .. .. .. ..,::..:JJr
; GOLDEN TEXT-Righteousness ex- : ..... .. .. .", ." .... : ,.. .. ... '. w.,!,,,,,,," -' ._,. '.. .. m.-.
...) ,alteth a nation: but sin is a reproach t.;,.:,:, ,".. ..,.. 55

... to PRIMARY any people.-Proverbs TOPIC-A Black 14:34.Man God :nerVOU aadt'out .0. ,sorts ./
;. TOPIC-In Time of Danger. :'Sat($ ..''x4.14....W.lr4" ..... .../. ..,.......'__.--.., .'..,.::......-0.-. ....._: ,.. :'r2.',: +;a-4s.. h61r.Y..L ';."..,:,; uvL. .: ;. .i8
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR .
TOPIC-Results of Doing Wrong. v .
kv; a. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT -there definite for this
.I TOPIC-Nations Accountable to God. is usually. a reason
.II .
;I I. The Siege' of Jerusalem (vv. 1-3). ,.

1. The time (vv. 1, 2). It began on Now let's reason sensibly.
month of Therefore, if you are pale, tired and run
.. the tenth day of the tenth -
.,:', the ninth year or'Zedeklah's reign, lastIng Don't: try to get well in a,day ". this is-i., down a frequent sign that your ;: .

:; ':;; : about eighteen months. The tenth asking too much of Nature. Remember, blood-cells are weak then do try in the ;?

., LOVES OATMEAL month, according to the Jew's calendar she has certain natural processes that. just simple, easy way so many millions approve :

corresponds to our DecemberJanuary cannot be hurried. -by starting a course of S.S.S- ,
J :
as their calendar began about Blood Tonic. .. J
MORE THAN EVER But there is a certain scientific way you
the middle of. March. The reason the "
,., exact time Is given Is that this was can assist by starting those digestive juicesin Much more could be said-a trial will '
.
;;' the stomach to flowing more freely and thoroughly convince that this'way in : 1
: r Once you learn that oatmeal is so rich to be an event of great Importance you ,
\: JQ Vitamin B for keeping*,IS IT ANY to the Jews In their exile. In their at the same time supply the absence of any organic trouble, will ,;9

...:.. STICK WONDER TO OATh THAT BREAKFASTS THOUSANDS? gloomy exile God directed Ezekiel to 'Iiii a balanced mineral deficiency start you on the road of feeling like yourself t. .. ''a

: .' Many are nervous, poor in appetite, utter a parable unto the captives' of \. \1 the body needs. again. OS.S.S.GO. .,,1

.. system out of order, because their daily that day Ezek. 24).
diets lack: enough of the precious Vitamin 2. The method (v. 11). Nebuchad
/i B for keeping fit*. nezzar came In person with a large ; makes you feel like yourself again ;
.... '" Few things keep them back: like a lack: army and encamped against Jerusalem ,
of this food element.So .
give protective everyone Quaker Oats every building forts against It round about. You are Invited.to listen In every Friday night to a program of old-fashioned music-
,..' morning. Because in addition to its gen. It Is thought that several walls were 8.S.S.II/us" Box Hour-over Mutual Broadcasting Network, 9:30 /. m., E.S.T.
erous supply of Vitamin B for keeping built around the city shutting It In.

fit,*it furnishes food-energy,muscle ana On the tops of these walls forts were ._ ........... .. .. -;:--" ..-..... ._.. <"
body-building ingredients.For about Me built from which missiles of destruc- r ;"'"

per Start dish.serving it tomorrow for a 2wcekstest. tion could be hurled' by their enginesof tont :;
Quaker Oats has wholesome,nut- war against the city. With the r HOW Ti $ GIVES. YOU ,

..' like, luscious appeal to the appetite. city thus shut In, Its fall was only' a ; \
riavory, surpassingly good. All grocers question of time. '
supply it. 3. The famine (v, 3)). Gelkie says,
"It followed Is always [ lOWEST COSTPERMILE I
Wltre,Poor condition is due to loci of Vitamin B was speedily as :
the case, with an outbreak of pesti : A***
IN VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT. .
lence. Food was well-nigh gone. There ,

'.' Ic worth of had long been no bread. Mothers
i were at last driven to murder 'and
I.. Quaker Oats FIRESTONE TIRES are built different they
eat their children. The richest citizens -
equals wandered about searching ,i for + have three patented construction features notused
3 cakes of Fresh Yeast
cn "
scraps In the dung hills. Even outside is built with
in other truck tire. The body
'; the,city the people were starving. any
'\ --e "There was no bread for the peopleof s \ J.Sc'a Gum-Dipped High Stretch cords. Gum-Dipping,
W the land." It is estimated that .
soaks the cords
the Firestone
,
patented process
: Quaker and Mother's Oats are the same one-third of the people of Jerusalemdied

'.,''. r of starvation.II. in pure liquid rubber, insulating and coating

.. ". Gathers No Moss 4-7).. Zedeklah's Flight. and Fate (vv.. ., every strand in every cord. This is why Firestone ,/

:: Nothing so fast as when It la lid .
goes 1. "The city was broken up" (v. 4)). '> k t Tires run cooler and are stronger.
;. downward.
':.:f olng I The Chaldeans had succeeded In mak
:
: 'I. '
ing an opening In the wall so large .vA The tread is made of a new and tougher rubber
that they could make their way Into i ..

THE DOCTORS the city In spite of all that the He- i' compound which gives greatest resistance to .' _"

brews could do. Resistance was car- k a wear. This, together with the scientific nonskid ,
f' r e-; ried on to the bitter end.. .

; 2t Zedekiah's flight (v. 4). The king .-a; design,gives greater traction and longer non-skid :=}'.

: ; ARE RIGHT with his men of war fled by night toward heavier and :;
this wider
: ,' ; mileage.Firestone locks ::
the plain. Mils object no doubt t t '

:1. was to cross the Jordan at Jericho t''_'-: J' ,, more rugged tread securely to the Gum-Dipped '":1
and hide in the mountains east of 4
: : Women should take only the Jordan. \ cord body of the tire by building two extra layers

-.";, .. liquid laxatives 3. Zedeklah's fate (vv. 5-7). Mfr 7tk of Gum-Dipped cords (patented) under the tread. .iiji.; '

; '..; Many believe any laxative they a. He was overtaken In the plainsof .;','

"; -. might,,take only makes constipation Jericho (v. 5)). As soon as the These exclusive construction features result in
worse. And that isn't true. Chaldean army discovered the flight '
-i"7. :, Do what doctors do to relieve they pursued and captured him.b. "I lowest cost per mile. The largest operators in :
\. this condition. They use a liquid He was brought to the king of i
and of all of equipment '
the types ,
operators
THREE STEPS Babylon at Rlblah (v. G). Riblah wasa country
.
I 1TO"RELIEVING town north of Damascus. It was y 2 buy Firestone Tires year after year on their ,;

Il 1 CONSTIPATION the king's headquarters from which he r t cost-reducing performance. '5

''ll directed his armies agajnst Tyre and
Jerusalem. Before Nebuchadnezzar '

Zedekiah was tried as a criminal.c. Call on the Firestone Auto Supply and Service :,
,: ,..' A cleansing dose today; a smaller His fate. His sons were slain In ; J
.. '..,.,::'.., quantity tomorrow; less each time, his sight. His own eyes were put out. Store or Tire Dealer nearest; you today, and start
until bowels need at all.
no help
:,
i He was bound with fetters of brass reducing your operating costs. When buying new :1

laxative, and keep reducing the and they carried him to Babylon where Firestone Tires.
dose until the bowels 'need r equipment be sure to specify
no helpat he remained a prisoner to the day of

all. his death (Jer. 52:11).
Reduced dosage is the secret of III. Jerusalem Destroyed (vv. 8-10). .
aiding Nature in restoring regularity.You .
The dismantling of the city was
must little less laxative
use a -
\ ,'. each time, and that's why your laxative delayed a month, perhaps awaiting Instructions Listen to the Voice of aa N
/f should be in liquid form.A liquid from :Nebuchadnezzar who PireslonefaluringMargard
dose can be regulated to the drop. was at Riblah. The work of' destruction Speaks, Soprano, '

The liquid laxative generally: used was executed by the officer next ? -, tittb she Firestone Choral l
-,-, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It In rank to the king. Symphony, and William ';
.. S Daly's Orchestra-every '
.. contains senna and cascara- both 1. They burnt the house of the Lordv. ; S. Monday night oierN. B.C. \
natural laxatives that form habit
no 9). This the sacred t \ .
( was temple Nationwide Network a
:;. even with children. Syrup Pepsin is .wa
built by Solomon, with additions and 3
the nicest tasting, nicest acting laxa- t 'y''a' ,
tive you ever tried.Positive. alterations. Before burning it, they 4 ., :'; .
plundered It of all Its sacred con- / 1935,F.T. &R.Co yjt'
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tents.

Relief 2. Burnt the king's house (v. 9) HIGH SPEED

This was doubtless the palace built by NONSKIDum.lJly.Jed
Solomon.

3. Burnt all the houses of Jerusalem -

for MALARIA (v. 9)). The Implication Is that & :

the common houses were left for the '..
Sure End to Chills people (v. 12). 6,00-20.$1G.g5 11
4. They broke down the walls of t
and Fever Jerusalem. The aim In.this was to 6.50-20 . X1.95 r .Iyr ,: ;:. GROUND, GRIP
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Here's real relief for Malaria- render the, walls useless as a meansof 7.00-2(1..39.10 'Cf'A'/

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I defense.IV. 7.50-20 . 35.20

and Quickly it stops the chills and fever The Disposition. of the Temple 7.50-24. . 39.00
restores your body to comfort.
Many remedies will merely alleviate the Furniture and Priests (vv. 13-21). 8.25-20. .. 49.30 6.00-20. ... .$16.95
(' symptoms of Malaria butGrove's 1. The temple furniture carried to
temporarily, 8.25-24. .. 54.75
.r ,;: : f Tasteless Chill Tonic goes all the Babylon (yv. 13-17). The pillars of OLDFBELD SENTINEL 6.21.95
tad 'Mkr way and completely rids brass and the brazen sea were broken 9.00-20 .. 60.75
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.. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real gether with the utensils were carriedto 9.75.20. . 79.35 75020. ... ... 35.2O
corrective of Malaria because it containstwo '
things. First, tasteless quinine which Babylon. 30x5 Truck Typ. 16.90 60020.... $14.85 75024. :. ... ... 39.00
kills the Malarial infection in the blood. 2. Certain officers and priests takento 30x5 H.D.. 21.30 65020.... 19.20 6.00.20.$13.40 493032x6
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$1 size contains 2/ times as much as the Kings 40x8 H. D.. 73.95 32x6 H.D... %
SOc size and gives you 25%more for cover a period of 308 years. God had .. Other SUes Propcr!onal'Y( LowII
money.Get. bottle todayat anydrugstorc.j your. said, "If thou wilt, then 1 will"; they Other Sizes Poportionately Low Other! Sizes ProporUoniloly Low
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The Clewiston News All the candidates are passin' out I and Banker Fred Cone! That wouldbe -I. every fifteen feet -across the field. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

I pensions along with every piece of a couple of sublimes and a ri- Midway of the field and running TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

"free" campaign literature. Widows, diculous for' you, and no foolin'. i east and west is another ditch which FLORIDA COUNTY., IN AND FOR HENDRY .

I nblished every Friday In Clewiston,, orphans, step-mothers, godfathersyoung Bill would thunder out in sena- forms the outlet for the first ditch DIVORCE ..

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, folks, old folks and as near as: torial tones about the"rights' of the and in which the pump Is located. EDWARD SCHUMANN,

Inc.. I can figure, just about everybodywill sovereign voters" and then I'd get The pump, a foxirteen-inch Couch, Plaintiff, AW'y

be on some kind of a pensionlist up and call 'em a bunch of "saps". is located at the western end of the vs '
MIRIAM SCHUMANN,
Keathley Bowden, Editor after the next election. I Fred would try to hypnotise 'em center ditch, near the feeder canal. Defendant

The Townsend Clubs don't have I with a flight of backwoods, oratory This pump throws 5,000 gallons of ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Entered as second class mall mater tp go out and look for speakers any I I and then I'd'get up and say "Folks, water a minute and is powered by a STATE OF FLORIDA TO MIRIAM SCHUMANN -

| February 1, 1927, at the Post more. They got 'em standin' in line I I don't know about you, but for Model-A Ford engine. Mr. Frierson You are,hereby GREETINGS commanded: to file your

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under waitin' their turn and if we can be! my part, I think It's just a lot of.. states that with ,the ditch full he can written appearance personally or by attorney -

the Act of March 3, 1897. lieve half these orators are tellin'' HOOEY." I pump it dry in about thirty min- LaBelle.In said Florida cause, In at the the office Court of HouseIn the

'em, there won't be a man, woman !i And when some earnest voter utes and with the small mole drains Clerk of said Court on or before Monday,
i the 4th day November, 1935, and there-'
rate $2.00 per :yea or child in Florida who can show Into the ditches -
Subscription stepped up and asked: me point carrying surplus water after to file with said Clerk your, written
Advertising rates on application. even ONE gray hair who will ever I blank "Wha'dya expect to dofor: rapidly, such surplus can be defenses. If any, to the Bill of Complaint
have to worry about anything for'I filed-in said suit, at the time prescribedby
at Tallahassee", I'd icadily removed by pumping. The
the taxpayers law, which Bill of Complaint for dl-
Devoted to the advancement and the rest of their life except how to filed the Plaintiff, this 3rd
tell him that I probably wouldn'tdo same process may' be used in irrI- \oice was by
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry spend two hundred dollars a month. I day of October, 1935.
a bit more for 'em than most gov- gation by reversing the pump. All It Is further ordered that this Noticebe
County. I thought that word "ECONOMY"was i ernors have done, and they'd be that is necessary is an A-frame: over published In the Clowlston News a

,worn so shiny in the last caIn'I: ''I callin' me a "big so and so" ,beforeI'd the pump, which is provided, and a newspaper at Clewiston of general Florida circulation once a week published for-

paign it wouldn't be much been there a week. chain hoist and by a few minutesworlc. four consecutive weeks prior to November
Watch Clewiston rose gardens this time, but I see a lot of the boys 4, 1935
reversed to
I Carter the be
About that time Jerry pump may DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle, Hend'ry -
grow. have dragged it out again and are would come along with gobs of throw .water onto .the land instead of County, Florida, this the 3rd day of
fixiu' to dangle It before what October, A. D., 1935. _
four FREE literature about "dog fights, off. (SEtL) WILLIAM T HULL
The turkey now has less than Burr in the Winter Haven
George "Seven Reasons" and "The luck of Such a drainage system, much As Clerk of the Circuit. Court
weeks to gobble. Herald calls the "volatile voters." I Hendry County, Florida.A .
oft'with
the lousy'calf" and walk less expensive than one would at
The word "ABOLISH" is another true copy. -
The women in New Orleans have {popular one and 'it's bein' applied to all the votes, his line of leasonin' first imagine, is expected to be built ATTESTWILLIAM:
bein' the most intelligent and logi- T. HULL
by farmers during the next
taken a hand in the fight against everything from the Barber Boardon many As Clerk of said Court.J. .
slot machines It shouldn't be long, The way it listens when you cal of any the poor dumb voters had few years, and is believed to be the M. COUSE Clewis ton. Florida,
w up.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
to. !
I listened answer to many of the Everglades
now. hear 'em tell it, there won't be much Pub Oct 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov 1. .
But don't worry-I ain't gonna farmers: problems. : :', ":.
1 .. ,..'
left In Tallahassee after January ;' : :
I wouldn't have a look-in, be-I
run.
been
A periscope has designed, 1937 but vacant chairs. .,
whereby doctors may look into the And anybody unfortunate enoughto cause I don't belong to the Elks, --- -

abdominal cavity of the human body; get himself elected to the next am not. even a GOOD Baptist and T T

and see what is wrong. What a boonto legislature will have to content him- the Ku Klux Klan hasn't asked me YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

mankind if it could be perfected self with six bucks a day, and he to join. The newspaper boys .all Admit only clean, constructive news by reading

to peer into the human mind. better nQt even TRY to make an appointment know me too well to be caught supportin' THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

me and when I" started ,out A the Home
) with the new governor.If Daily Newspaper for
That new radio set at the Engi- there is anybody on the state payroll thumbin' my way 'round it wouldn'tbe It gives nil the constructive world news but does not exploit crime and
office should come in mighty like him the any time| at all before I got scandal ,Has interesting feature pages for all the family on Women's !
aeer that looks ,
even
Activities .
Homemaking, Gardens, Education and nook Also pages for .
handy for those' members of the poor sap will be fired on suspicion. picked. up as a TRANSIENT the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of -
force with Saturday afternoon off Any guy who so much as. mentionsthe The only excuse I could possibly news in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to mea

There are still some mighty good member think of for wantin' to be Governoris +
name of a legislative The Christian Science Publishing Society
left yet in the current foot job will be that I've never been to Europe. One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts
games when applyin for a state
Please enter my subscription to The Christian. Science Monitor for a
ball season. without further consideration But then a guy can't have every- period of '
disqualified
One $900 Three months $225
thing, so I'll try and content myself .Six months year 4.50 One month 75o

,The overseas highway to Key Followin' Mr. Buford's. timely remarks by_getti my "Vichy" out of a Name.r .............................:.............................. ..:........... .

West was re-opened this week having I haven't seen a single can- BOTTLE 1 Street.,..;........................: ...........................................

been rebuilt since damaged by it didate wearin' anything but ,shiny Frierson Installs City................., ................. .State...:.........,.............
the storm Labor Day. However pants'' and frayed collars., A few of Sample COPY' on Request
looks like it would be a long time 'em that had been ridin 'round iu

before they can announce resump- Packards have gone back to Model Pumping System, -

tion of rail service. T's and have been careful to see

that the fenders are plenty bent up. (Moore Haven Democrat)

Ghosts and witch in miniature,, And In gaddin' about among the One of the_ biggest individual II

comic false, faces worn by the majority print shops I see where the, old farm improvements in Glades county I .

of the younger citizens, par- Label" is bein' dragged outland "
"Union in recent years: is the drainage
ties among the older people, goad dusted off. It seems the emblemis and irrigation system!,! which has recently H.A FEVER

damage to property. Thus passed it a piece of
ever saw appear on son on his farm six miles east of
another Hallowe'en in! Cle-vriston. matter after an election, but
printed town on the old Clewiston road. The

Mr. Ripley is waitin' to write about system provides adequate drainagefor F
ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS
That the sugar season will soon the first candidate who ever forgets are
a tract of 65 acres in a very
be again underway was evidencedby from the to have it prominently displayed on I short time and may be irrigated if I unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00
the smoke billowing
he Issues from a card to
smokestack at the sugar house Wed a everything deluxe folder. Maybe the laborin'man I necessary The tract, as is'easily.located adjacent to y, Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over

nesday. Everything practically ready is dumb enough to fall for the the main feeder canal to Diston Island 40,000, HOLFORD'S WONDER IN-
for ,the start and if Mother Nature
if they'd'demand their labels -
but and the
gag, Pump Station No.2,
will be kind this year it should bP between meals now and then,i levee along this canal forms HALERS sold last year alone. Mail $1.00

'"'; a long and prosperous season. the public would have a lot more respect the dikes for the tract. Smaller I today for 'full season's relief to THE

for it. dikes are built around the other | '(
DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
':":-:":":-:-:":":" :":":":" :":":":-: :-: :":": three sides. Through the center of t
:
(Omitted Last Week)
''
.f.. the field, running north and south' ''I MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write -
And now comes Roy Child, editor or
f is a ditch four feet deep and witha W
TOO LATE TO : 'of the Levy County Journal over in four-foot bottom width. This main for Free Booklet. .

:i: CLASSIFY :I i:: !I'Bronson don't I run with for the Governor.question So right why ditch is tapped by the mole drains

which have been put in transversely
y here: with your permission, I'd like I.
y
y I to Interrupt this column long I ..--

y.f. BY '.:. : enough to sing a little song for Roy,

entitled "I got a Feelin you're Foolin' -
'; : RUSSELL KAY I 'i' .:. ...
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And here all this time I was fig- ii FORSALE
1 urin' that Roy was my "buddy". '' : : ; :::

.:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. We've inhaled nourishment at the .;. ':' I, .:. .:.

I got a letter the other day froma same table, gurgled from the sam :_;: :_;: Attractive I Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: :i:

guy askin me to please send hima i jug, and even fished from the same y AY

list of all the candidates for gov i boat, and after all that he comes yAyA

ernor. Well, I always try to be ac- out with a nice prickly crown of .

: comodatin' so I sat down to the thorns to slam on my head with th

typewriter and started to make out II statement that he has NOMINATEDME. Iii.iIiJ ..t:1I

: a list. Then the thought came to I :
thanks for them kind :I::: :i: ;
: me that I was tryin' to do the job No, Roy-

the hard way, so I just jotted down words and all, but personally I'd IY x
;
the names of the three fellows I I rather die' a natural death and keep : IY & xy'X

know who were not running and I my fifty thousand dollar that Mr. :

sent him that. Buford was talkin' about. y. y
',., 'f.' .:. ..
I could understand why any :
You know -I've never been terribly I nynr 'i.f:: 'i' ... 1
alarmed over this school situation, guy would work himself into a.- lather ',.j f. .. .:. "I;

but after lalkfn']]: with several candi- a"'' risk ruinin' hit health and :!: :!: ::: :i: '

f< dates thi3 week and readin' statements disposition by gettin' broiled up in ? yAy

I of a flock of others, I'm beeinnin' an effn't to secure a temporary: In1) 'y.t' .' .+.
i,, nc't) thin '.' .' .:. ..
{ that at 1 lest is much more
:. ", to worry, for the way these, y fAyA
-
; boys are tearin' down schools and a glorious four-year headache. :

( usin' 'em to build platforms, it look Of course they tell me that there's yAY yf

t", to like money In it and maybe a certain
me .our kids will all be in yy'f. .
'. ''. .'.
amount of glory, but I've had a lot
r, the "open air" before Christmas.If yy y:
of close-'ups of "Governors at work" y
If the schools could get just r yy
and I'm tellin' you that the grief
', action of 'lha money there guys say I f + f
connected with the job far over-
they're gonna give 'em, they coulc1 .. ..' 'V' ..
balances the other side of the picture. :
: run, twenty-four hours a day from + .t. t'f.
: '
'till .. .. .f..
now doomsday without drawin .f..
And then an Ex-Governor is a 'f.
t- + f I C. VA ,
' : on anything but the interest.
kind. of pitiful thing to consider and : VA

-: I always had a crazy idea that the while few of these nsp rin' candidates '' .. -' .
I'.' legislature had somethin' to do with think about that when they'irrunniu' : ':' I .:. '..i''z' .

, j'ipropriatin1 money for this and (
if they .win they're gettin y : VA
r't that, but it seems that the only guys themselves elected an ExGovernoon ..;..;y 'f.' .;.
who can really supply enoughdough : i"r"'t' 't'
" the same ticket. ..
X 'f.
y_- in liberal amounts are gubernatorial This Chief Executive racket some y|li I i.li ..
'' :' I '' ..
tt. candidates election.
t:. prior to their- how seems to get under a fellow'shat VA

: And Dave's success with the'"free and once he's had a whirl at it
b school books" has given these babies he's never content or happy when H. Pay The Balance Like Rent U '

t: a lot of ideas and I see where one the time comes to check out and ::: ;( :f.: :i i: \ ;J

1:;( bird is gonna' make Dave's triflirT' figures If he could just get In there .;. .. WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES .;. .;.

k;,: offer look like: a piker's. proposition .again "knowin_ what I know now", :!: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME _: :;:
(';: He promises not only "free books"but boy, he'd show 'em!
"Free Pe-lcils", "Free Paper," But gettin' back to ME runnin'for :::

.t-'"" "Free Erasers,", and on top of that Governor-well,( the more [ 'jf Clewiston Home Building Association H::

: he proposed to erect a flock of nifty think about it, the bigger laugh I
', \
, '. wailin' stations on all bus routes so 1! get. Just Imagine me standin' on r. : :
kids. won't have to stand out in the* stump between a couple of old tim- :=: I'HONK 102.e :: :_i:
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.: NS J. Irwin Davis, Southern LADIES AID CARD PARTY 'r I think the
repre- record for
... .'. speedy set-ups, with description of the intercoastal :':
sentative of the Caterpillar Tractor ON NOVEMBER EIGHTHThe I for just thirteen

: ;:|;_:- Personal MentionFrank :*_; Company, of Albany, Ga., was here Dania hit her berth hours on this after job the the yachting waterway terms, embellished, and the approach with many to .-,.,:,

:: ::: for several days this week on busi- Ladies Aid will hold their pontoons were in place, the pipeline (Continued on Page 8). <
1:,,:M:N:NIII:M:N:11:0.:N H: :N N:M:M:N:11:11:N:N- :M:N N:11:' ness. benefit card party next Friday after- assembled, and she was spoutingdirt. ;I I _

Heath visited his parents noon, November 8, at 3:00. Card Hans Hansen was the inspector I '
G. W.; Smith, of Atlanta, equip-
: '' in Fort Meade Sunday. games other than bridge may be ar aboard, and the others are Palmer
t? ment installation engineer for the "
ranged. and Neeley. Dr. A.
: I J. LittleOSTEOPATH
'j.
Western Union, was here this week
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, of Mooro installing a new rectifier for the Out at Ortona Locks, the 8 yard ;
Haven, 'was 'a visitor here Monday. MRS. SLMPSON ENTERTAINSWITH t Marion is digging the approach 1
Simplex) machine in the local office. OYSTER''DINNER I
I channel and one of the Northwest :

: W. W. Liddell spent the week-end I machines the discharge channel, so Lake Harbor Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowden
..- in Sarasota. Keathley Mrs. W. F. Simpson entertainedwith Pop says that Spadaro is burning his : I I"J
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and
1Iiss'UlIa Jacobsen attended an, oyster dinner Thursday ev-I candle at both end's; when, the big
a partyat I
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen visitedin ening honoring her husband's birth- pump arrives to dry up the main :
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Belle Glade Wednesday evening Couse in Moore Haven Wednesday day. Only men were invited. I hole, he can start burning it in the 'I L. 6. Mershon ; ;

-- evening.Dr. Following dinner the men enjoyed I middle, too. The A. C. L. has built ;
.
J. Dingfelter, of Sanford, was a several hours of bridge pla'ing'with I the switch for the spur line and AGENT :J

business Visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Simpson serving coffee and 150 feet of track; another North- I .:
Palm. Beach J. W. Ezelle went.. to West birthday cake at a late hour. Fred I west is grading the rest of the fill. II I New York Life '
Tuesday and brought I
A. L. Hackett returned Saturday I Flanders was awarded high score I Pop Futch is newly-arrived on the II
home Mrs. Ezelle and Emma Jane
,
', ... from a two week's vacation spent at at bridge. job from Moore Haven; he's a lumber -' Insurance Company
who is recovering nicely from the
I : his old home in Brunswick, Ga.cO' Those enjoying the occasion were expert and will inspect all piling.
effects of an operation performedin Fred A. Flanders, J. M. Couse and 'I Spadaro is shooting rock at the low- I i I I

.-. Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. H. O. Pet- the Good Samaritan Hospital last Carr Settle, of Moore Haven, and .er end of the job, so all is not quiet !I ARCADIA, FLORIDA

ers and Mrs. J. G. Niblack were Fort week. M. R. Lawler, H. O. Peters, I. M. on the western front by a long shot. I

= Myers visitors Friday afternoon. Pafford and Keathley Bowden. Dr. MacWilliams' Bucyrus No. 2 has
MRS PREWITT ENTERTAINS
D. Jenkins Williams was- dinner arrived at the track at Ortona I
WITH BRIDGE PARTY AT INN bridge J. M. COUSE
Mrs. A. N. Gallant and Miss Vir- guest. and is laying her own tracks to walk I
..
ginia Gallant spent Tuesday in across them and get busy, on the 'I Counselor and Attorney at Law ..ri

-'..J ..;:_ West Palm Beach. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt entertained :MRS.: WILLIAMS: ENTERTAINS other side. i Hopkins Building -
w ____ S. S. AT MANSE WEDNESDAY I
":" Friday afternon with a bridge partyat The river bears a new boat on Wednesdays and Saturdays

" ,. i : Miss! Mabel Walsh, of Miami, is the Clewiston Inn. Ten tables its bosom today. The Arikona, U. S. i 9:30 to 4:00 ."::;:

::J ': visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collinsthis were in play and a number of ad- Mrs. D. J. Williams entertainedher E. D. inspection boat, trim and clean

week. ditional tea guests were present. Sunday School class Wednesday ,
and '
classy, has come over from West -
Prize for high score, a handbag, evening with a buffet supper at the Palm Beach to make her home here.

Mr. and .Mrs. C. J. Gonterman, of went to Mrs. G. B. Thomas; for sec manse. I Now I must run over to Mrs. Don ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Miami, spent the week-end in Clew- ond high prize, Mrs. F. I. Hill received Following the splendid meal Hanson's to play bridge with Mrs. REQUESTC.E.STEBEL
iston. a chinacigarette containerand games. were played until a late hour. Broadfoot
and Mrs. Lawler and Mrs.
-- -- Mrs. G. E. Smith received a Those attending were: Roberta Trainor. See
you later. 'Bye.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Porter, of St. set of coasters for third prize. A Spicer, Bernice Guthrie, Beulah

... 4it, Louis, were: business visitors here cigarette case was given to Mrs. Geo. Guthrie, Elizabeth and Janice Wynn, Electrical Contracting,
W' -.-.;;' this week.E. W. Sparks who made the lucky cut Mildred Ward, Frances Johnson, Capt. Coe Writes Article r

and Mrs. Mary Kettl was given a Janie_Brantley, Jacqueline McKenzieand j PHONE 2121

E., Kelly and T. B. Shelley were handkerchief as consolation. Mrs. J. G. Niblack. Favoring 'Glades Waters PAHOKEE FLORIDA

in Jacksonville on business. this Refreshments consisting of fruit ,

week., .... salad, sandwiches and' an iced fruit CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR (Moore Haven Democrat) Agent for

drink were served to the following SOCIETY ORGANIZED Since the GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
; appearance, of the October -
f '.. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs.
Mr. and Mis. Russell Whidden returned players: issue of Motor Boating
; pop-
o -, Sunday from Gainesville H. A. Bestor, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs.M. A large group of young peopleof ular yachtmen's magazine have RANGES AND

where they have spent the summer. E. VonMach, Mrs. C. E. Mills, the Community Church met Wed-. called attention several times we to the APPLIANCESNew

': Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. R. N: Smith, nesday afternoon at the manse and article appearing In' that issue
: entitled -
Miss' Eunice Meredith left Monday Airs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. G. A. Yon, farmed a Christian Endeavor So- "The EvergladesOkeechobeeTrip

.' ", for Jacksonville where she will Mrs.: Mary Kettl, Mrs. W. L. Bea- ciety. DeLuxe" written
make her home. com, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Miss Lucille Miss Dorothy Lockhart will lead Chas. H. Coe by Capt. :-o.:": :,, '.:-'...:..:..:-++-----1
of
D.
Washington, C.
Hampton, Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Miss the society and the members present renowned writer and yachtman., =i: and UsedFURNITURE ::
at the orginization meetingwere
Miss Evelyn Hare returned Satur- Mary Snell, Miss Lavonia Congdon. Many have purchased, copies of the
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day from a visit with her father, R.M. Mrs. F: Deane Duff, Mrs. W. C. : Anne Pafford, Roberta Sptcer magazine which y

Hare, in Ocala. Owen, Mrs. O. F, Schiffli, Mrs: J. Bernice and Beulah Guthrie, Eliza- accurate account gives an interestingand conditions is:!: :I:
beth and Janice Wynn, Mildred
F. Curry,
along the cross-state waterwayfrom y >:
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail returned Mrs. W. P, Vaughn, Jr.Mrs.. H. Ward, Frances 1 Johnson. Janie the Atlantic to the Gulf by the 5 y: y

Tuesday from a week's stay in T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. H. Brantley, Jacqueline McKenzie and of Lake Okeechobee
and tribu-
way _i: BELLE GLADE i
.., Homestead., R. Hall, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W.M. Dick and Billy Owen. tary canals. However, for the bene-I

-, Redelsheimer, Mrs. Keathley fit of those of our readers who _: FURNITURE |
. Ben G. Benson returned the first Bowden, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. D. THE COMMUNITY: CHURCH not seen this article we are print- |: COMPANY

of the week from a visit with his G. Alston, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, D. Jenkins Williams, Minister. below I
ing
excerpts from the articleof
wife, in" Daytona.: Irs. G. B. Rackstraw, Miss Dorothy .i' particular interest to this section. |:: Belle Glade, Florida |.:::

Lockhart, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, 9:45 a. m. Sunday School.: .
Starting the article with a brief i : :-
: L. E. Titus spent the week-end Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. B. A. '10:45: a. m. Junior Church. description and historical account of I S Next Door To Theatre j :

In West Palm Beach with his fam- Bourne, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. 1.M. 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship. Sub the I X 1
ily. Pafford, Mrs. A. A- Munroe and ject, "The Book of Books", cel- Everglades, Capt. ,Coe continues : ...:..:..:.:":,,:":":":":":":":":-:":":":":-:":": :":' '

1rs.. C. L. Downs. ebrating the 400th anniversaryof

q Mrs- C. F. Trainor and Mrs. M. R. Tea guests included Mrs.:_ M. W. the ,translation of the Bible ':".:"1:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N.N.:;:N:N: .N:N.N:N:N.N:N.N.N:N:N:1.:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N.N...:N:N:N:N.N.N:N.N:N:N.N:.
rt :
h., Lawler /vibited friends in LaB lle Bigg, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Martha into English.
Thursday. S. Ludekins, Mrs.- Geo. W. Insert the worship hour into. your :;: FOR RENT :!:

Sparks, Miss Wilma Douglas and Sunday's program.

Mrs. C. "WI. McDonald, of Belle Mrs M. R. Lawler. I :j: 2 Two room and 2 Three room cabins *
Glade, visited friends here Wednes ------- NOTICE OF LADIES AID MEETING
day. \LLENS GIVE DINNER PARTY ::j: with showers, toilet and garage :;!:;
ON SIRS. PETERS' BIRTHDAY The regular meeting of the Ladies
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Aid for November will be held at the

Miami J. H.Herald Dressman, was, state here editor\of on business the Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen entertained home of Mrs. W. F. Simpson insteadof i F Opposite passenger station, convenient to 1

at a dinner party at their with Mrs. C. L. Downs, as previously -
Wednesday.Mr. home Sunday evening honoring the planned. The meeting will :: Sugar MillJ. ::

birthday of Mrs.' H. O. Peters. be at 3:00 Thursday afternoon, -November .y. .t.

and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and Those enjoying the occasion were 7. :: E. Beardsley;, Agent ..

daughter, Jean, returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Hopkins Building Clewiston Fla. ::
from a two week's visit with rela- ,
Mrs. Wi F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. MISS; RUTH KNIGHT SELECTED

tives in Jackf''ny'he. H.O.. Peters, and daughter, LaDeen. FOR F. S. C.V.. GLEE CLUB .:N:N:N:M:N:N:M:N N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N N:N:..:N N ti MSS N:N:N N N:N: N N N N:N:N:N:,.:N:11 Ngr :.


Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. R. H. MRS PAFFORD HOSTESS TO Tallahassee, Oct. 31.-Among the

Collins and Miss Mabel Walsh shop- BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. girls ,selected for the Glee Club of ..'.................... .. ........ ................................... . ...................................................................
ped in Fort Myers Monday after- Florida State College for Women, :: ::. :
I. M. Pafford was hostess to
noon.
i after tryoutshad been held, was
her bridge club Wednesday after- ?
Clewiston. y I
Miss Ruth Knight of Thisis
noon at her home on the government / t
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Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Miss Knight's: second year of service -

John Lucaa visited in Fort Myers, reservation. as she was selected for the year I
High score prize, a box of bath
Miami and West Palm Beach Satur 1934.35 as' well. Miss Knight is a I
?s. day. powder, was won by Mrs. G. B. second alto.Hundreds. Ii CLEWISTON 60LF

..::." -- --- Thomas. Cut prize, a. set of mixing of girls try out for this 1t
:W. bowls, went to Mrs. M. E. Yenawineand
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\Jj W. S. Cowart, Jr., left Tuesdayto organization each year. -
the door prize, a pair of pictures .. I .;.
join his parents in Ocaln. He has ,
was presented to Mrs. J. A. Rumb- I :t: I COURSE :::
been transferred to the Engineer office ley. THHE .nAY HOLIDAY :+: 1 tX i :_
there. : ARMISTICE DAY
... Refreshments of congealed fruit t
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salad, sandwiches, decorated cup A
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, School children will receive a .;. .i'
cakes and orangeade were served to: .
Russell Wliidden and Mrs. A. A. three-day holiday on November 9, '. ;'- ':'
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelley .
Munroe visited in Fort Myers Mon- 10 and 11, this :rear as ArmisticeDay :: :;:
Mrs. J.' A. Rumbley, Mrs. C. W.
day. falls on Monday and the school A
McDonald, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. t
----- officials have declared theday a
3. Yenawine and Mrs. D. G. Alston. ? :
,- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Wilson, Jr., ... holiday. '
of Jacksonville, are the guests. of PEGGY GALLANT- -CELEBRATES-

o'! Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs. J. G. Ni- 15ih BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Caloosahatchee

black and Mr.-Niblack.- Mrs. R. N.--Gallant--- entertained a Cacography II' Open to th P c ] 'I

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith attended large number of young people at

a meeting at Belle Glade her home Thursday evening, the oc- (Continued from page 1)

Wed nesday evening at the Christian casion being her daughter, Peggy's, trees is the top of th" Dania. When A I Y

Science Church. fifteenth birthday anniversary. last I trod her decks she was tied .t.:1. \ ..t'.
I
A number of games were played up in Miami taking on a bunch of A \ .+
Samuel W. Houser has been trans- and a "scavanger" hunt enjoyed. A auxllliary power, all of which is .t..:. llli ,- :'

-' ferred here from the West Palm color scheme of green and yellow working nicely today. Captain Cam- A.: I :'t's:

Beach office of the U. S. Engineers was carried out In the decorations. eron, big and good-looking and cor- :A Y

.. ': 'W, as an inspector in this locality. Birthday cake and Jell-o were dial, was her master' then as now-- IY

,' served to: Christine Bell, Dorothy and when I say "master" I mean :;: Moderate Green Fees :::

... Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Leonard, of De- Hare, Mildred Ward, Bernice Guth- just that. He sure bosses that boat. Y

troit, Mich., were the guests' Monday rie, Billie Hooker, Bernice O'Neal, The' Dania's nose is stalking right z::: Exceptional Fairways I =i=

night and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Johnson, Mabel Walsh, across terra' firma, digging the new:

M. E. VonMach and family while en- Frank Ray, Billy Cowart, Charles channel dubbed Thompson's Cut-off :;: Interesting Greens :i:

route to Miami for the winter. Mr. Roberts Sandy Bell, Owen and I -about 3,400 feet long and elimin- _

Leonard was formerly manager of James Wynn, Vincent Oglesby, Wil- ating a meandering bend of the riv x::I .....:

one of the Kresge ,Stores in Detroit bur McGehee, Ralph O'Neal" Jimmy I er.'She has pumped 793,000: yards of u c -t mQVCS-

and was a classmate of Mr. Von-,'Hall. Pete Molts, Roy Hare an spoil and has about two miles ahead =- -- .. . . .............._
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QUITS JAIL FOR REST

Joe Garrott, jailed in Itock Island,
J fll., for petty larceny, did not like the
pnor.es; : of: his fellow prisoners. Therefore
he took leave through an air ol',
chute and dropped down on the. jail
SANDS roof. lie went home to bed. The 'r'
SHI.FTING
next day he walked into court for
his trial and announced he had a good
night's rest.
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.JJ? by SARA WARE BASSETT <* ? I -

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Copyright,by, The Penn. Pub. I

II Ig Do You"

SYNOPSIS to others nor to myself. Still, it is I "Nevertheless, you are not fickle." "You didn't sleep much last night, and '
important that I go and I am anxiousto. "How do you know? You know an a walk might do you good." EverWondet'
What Is your advice?" amazing amount about me, seems tome "Oh, I couldn't objected Marcia'
The future of the still youthful and .
comely "Widder" Marcia Howe recently "I think you are too ill." considering the length of our acquaintance with haste. "I've a hundred and one "
released; by death?from her Idling hus- A frown of annoyance wrinkled his ," she observed with a tantalizing things to do. Thanks, just the same." "
band. is a conversational tit-bit among forehead. smile. "Well, you know your own busIness
Wilton.housewives Eligible of the bachelors little and hamlet widowers i ot- "Perhaps you're right. Yet for all I "I do," was the grim retort. "I know best. Is this the list?"

also are Interested. MarcIa is lonely. that I am disappointed. I want very more than you think-more, perhaps "Yes. There are quite a few Items
and has invited her late husband's much to go. It Is necessary." than you know yourself. Shall I hold but they won't be heavy. Here Is the Whether the"Pain"Remedy
niece, Sylvia Hayden whom sho ,had "Can't anything be done from here the betraying mirror up before you?" basket Prince will carry it. That Is You Use
never seen to visit her. A stranger,
on the verge of exhaustion, finds his queried she. "The mirror of truth? God forbid : his job and very proud he Is of doing
way to Marcla's home. Secretly, he "Such as"Letters -" Who of us would dare face it?" she It. Good-by, dear." is SAFE? _
asks Marcia to hide a package containIng telegrams-whatever you protested, still smiling but with genuine "She's dreadfully anxious to get us
low,Jewelry.town sheriff She does brings so' Elisha news Wins-of !a wish. I can telephone or telegraph alarm. '"Now do let me run along; out of the way, isn't she, Prince Ask Your Doctor
jewel robbery nearby. The stranger .anywhere., Or I can write." and send off the messages. I must not commented young Sylvia as she and and Find Out
:' gives his name as Stanley Heath. Sylvia !- Surprise stole over his face, then loiter here talking. You are forgetting the setter started out over the sand.
by chance discovers the jewel. deepened to admiration. ,that you're ill. The next you know "Now what do you suppose she has
and naturally believes Heath is a .rob-
- ber. She realizes that Marcia must have "You would do that for me-blind-< your temperature will go up and Doctor on her mind? She's up to something Don't Entrust Your
.- hidden them and decides to say nothing folded?" Stetson will blame me." Marcia isn't a bit of an actress. She's .
putting the gems back In their "Why not? I simply want to help] "My temperature has gone up," too genuine. Own or Your Family's
hiding place. I always like to help when I can." growled Stanley Heath, turning hIs Marcia, standing at the window' Well to Unknown
"Even when you do not understand back on her and burying his face I;n watching the girl, would have been as- Being ,
. CHAPTER V-Continued i"Piereingly the pillow with the touchiness of ;a tonished enough had she heard thIs Preparations

;,' -6-'- his eyes rested on her small boy.SylvIa astute observation.She .
: Prince came bounding into the house face. meanwhile, had heard Stanley; did want Sylvia out of the way. person to ask whether the

from some distant pilgrimage of his "I-I-do not need to understand," Heath call Marcia and hailed her The girl had read her correctly.She are preparation taking for the you relief or of your headachesis family I rjt
:' own, almost knocking her down in his was her proud retort. aunt's departure from the kitchen as must telephone the messages to SAFE to use, regularly is your
r eagerness for breakfast. / For the fraction of a second their the opportunity for which she had so the stationmaster' at Sawyer Falls, the family doctor. Ask him particularly
; She glanced far up the shore and< glances met When he'spoke his voice anxiously been waiting.No adjoining town where the railroad about Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.He .
saw, serenely rocking with the tide, was low-imperative. sooner was the elder woman upstairs ended and the nearest telegraph sta- will tell you that before the
; "My: Unknown Lady." Uareia-come here!" and out of earshot than she tiptoed tion was. discovery of Bayer Aspirin most"pain"
t As she whispered the name, she was She went-she knew not why. from her room, the monogrammed She got the line and had no,, sooner remedies ,were advised
f conscious of hot blood rushing to her; "Give me your hand. handkerchief In her pocket dictated the telegrams than she heard against by physicians as bad for the
cheeks. Again, half-trembling, half reluctant, She had pried out the brick and had Heath's voice. / stomach and; often, for the heart.
Which is food for if
:;,". How ridiculous! Stanley Heath-was: she obeyed.He the jewel-case In her hand,. wrappedand During the interval that had elapse seek quick, safe relief.thought you
'> simply a stranger of a night, he was took It in his and bending, ready for Its return when conversation since she had left him, both of them Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin
'k- nothing to her. -, kissed It. 'overhead suddenly ceased and< ,had experienced a reaction and each among the fastest methods yet dis-
r Well indeed was It, too, that he was "I will stay and you shall telegraph," she heard Marcia pass through the hall was eager to make amends. covered for the relief of headachesand
(:, not! was all he said. and start down stairs. Marcia regretted her flippancy. It thepains of rheumatism, neu-
r During her hours of sleeplessness She sprang to fetch paper and pencil Sylvia gasped. There was no chanceto had been childish of her to give way ritis and neuralgia. And the experience -
', the ardor of her faith in him had, to as if welcoming this break in the put the package back and replacethe < to pique and punishHeath simply be- pf<<; millions of users has provedit
i a degree, cooled. True she still _maintained tension. brick, which fitted so tightly that cause it was proved he had a wife. safe for the In average person interest to use
',,: her ,belief In his innocence ;; "I'm afraid I cannot write plainl; Its adjustment was a process requIring Why should he not be married? No regularly.this. your' own remember -

but that belief, she now realized, was enough with my left hand," he said patience, care, and time. doubt the absent Mrs. Stanley Heath You Genuine Bayer
can get
" only a blind unfounded Intuition. Both 'Will you take down the message?" Flustered, frightened, she jamme- was a dashing, sophisticated beauty, Aspirin at any drug store-simply
the circumstances and sober second "Certainly." the jewel case into her dress and frantically .' too, who lived In luxury at the great by asking for it by its full name
thought failed to back It'up. The man's "Mrs. S. C. Heath." restoring the brick to the yawning city hotel to which the first wire had BAYER ASPIRIN. Make it a
:;' Impatience to be gone, his complete Her pencil, so firm only an instant hole In the hearth as best she been sent. point to do this- and see that you
'" silence with regard to the jewels, although before, quivered. could, she fled up the back stairs at Heath had been quite frank about the get what you want.Bayer .
i' perfectly justifiable, did not "Have you that?" the same moment Marcia descended I message and its destination. On thInk-
"
strengthen It "Yes." the front ones. ing matters over It occurred to Marciahe Aspirin
" Marcia conceded he had every rightto "The Biltmore, ,New York City." Once In her room' she closed .am might have considered this the'easiest
keep his affairs to himself. Had he "Yes." locked the door and sank' panting Into way to Inform her of thingshe
'
started to confide his secret to her, "Everything safe with me. Do not a chair to recover her breath. found it embarrassing to put into
I she would have held up her hand to worry. Marooned on Cape Cod with Well, at least she had not been words.
stay him. cold. Nothing serious. Home soon caught and in the meantime the jewels And she?
k( It was the fact that through the Love. Stanley." sri were quite safe. Instead of appreciating his honesty, Move Needed
: dim hours of the night, while she sat "Got that?" She took the case stealthily from chivalry gentlemanly conduct as she Don't let a proverb influence your ,
at his elbow trying to make the dis' "Yes." her pocket. Now that the gems "were should have done, and receiving it graciously ife. t
" comforts he suffered more bearable, Had something gone out of her; In her possession, it certainly could do surprise had betrayed her into {
he talked of almost everything else voice? The monosyllable was flat, no harm for her to look at them- displaying resentment.
but the thing uppermost in both their colorless. Heath, looked at her. Even 'even try them on, as ,she had been She was heartily ashamed of herself. Still Coughing?
minds. That was what hurt. She did her expression was different-or did tempted to do when she first discov- No matter how much it humbled her

not' want to know. She wanted to be he merely imagine It? ered them. Probably never again In pride, she must' put things right. For- No matter how many medicinesyou
,', trusted ; to help; to feel his dependence "Perhaps I would better just glance< all her life would she hold In her tunately It was not too late to do so. have tried for your cough, chest
, upon her. Instead he held her over the message before you send it- hand so much wealth and beauty. (TO BE CONTINUED) cold or bronchial irritation, you can
at arm's, length. ,. simply to make sure it's right" Accordingly she unwound the hand- get relief now With Creomulsion. -
" Serious trouble be
" may brewing and
, He spoke with appreciation of the "Let me copy it first," she objected. kerchief and opened the box. Army and Navy DesertersGet you cannot afford to take a chance
r: crew who had dragged his boat off the "Copy it? Nonsense What for? There lay the glistening heap of TroubleThe with anything less than Creomul
z i-:," sand-bar, appearing to consider; them Nobody's going to see It." treasure, resplendent in the sunshine,, I Into Plenty sion, which goes right to the seat
: tremendously kind-as undoubtedly He reached for the paper. a far more gorgeous spectacle than she laws governing punishment for of the trouble to aid nature to
soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
';' they were Still, they had not begun Still she withheld it. had realized. : I Desertion are different for the army branes as the germ-laden phlegmis
; to come Into the close contact with "What's the trouble Going to the bureau, Sylvia! took out and for the navy. If a person deserts loosened and expelled.
, him that she had. "It isn't written well enough. I'd the jewels, one by one. from the United States army when the Even if other remedies have
Marcia caught herself up with a rather copy it" She clasped the diamonds about her country Is at war or in a technical failed, don't be discouraged, your
is authorized to .
druggist guarantee ..
round turn. Here she was being sensitive "Why?" neck ; fastened the emerald brooch In state of war, he Is always liable to Creomulsion and to refund your
a., womanish. How detestable Why "It's wobbly. I-I-perhaps my place ; put on the sapphire pendant ;; arrest, trial and punishment for the money if you are not satisfied with
r. should Stanley Heath pour out his soul hands were cold." then added the rings and looked at herself ,offense. Trials for desertions that occurred results from the very first bottle.
t; '. to her?' She had never laid eyes on "You're not chilly?" In the gold-framed mirror. between April 6, 1917, and Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.).

him until yesterday. In a day or two "No-oh, no." What she saw reflected dazzled her. March 3, 1021, are not uncommon at
l he would be gone never again to come "If the room is cool you mustn't stay Who would have believed jewels could the: present time. A statute limiting the
r. into her life. She was glad of it. It here" make such a difference in one's appearance time: within which an action can betaken Quick, Complete
f'. was better so. "It Isn't I'm not cold at all ? They set off her blond : against: an offender protectseacetime
:' This decision reached, she drew In "Will you let me take the telegram?" beauty> so that she was suddenly transformed ) deserters. PleasantEBJMINAygON
her chin, lifted her head a wee bit and She placed It in his hand. Into a princess. According to the articles of war,
began to get the breakfast. "It is shaky. However, that's of no Slowly, and with conscious coquetry, notes a writer'' In the Indianapolis
Even Doctor Stetson's arrival and'I consequence, since you are to 'phone like a preening bird, she turned her News, If .a person. deserts from the i
, subsequent verdict that the patient Western Union. Now, If you trulyare head this way and that delighting in army In time of peace the statute of
" had bronchitis and would take his life not cold, I'd like to dictate a second the creaminess of the neck the gems limitations becomes effective three Let's be frank. There's only one way for
in his hands should he leave his bed, wire." encircled, and In the fairness of her years from the date of desertion, provided your body to rid itself of the waste matters -

afforded her only scant satisfaction.So "All right. golden curls. the deserter has been within the bloated that feelings cause acidity and a dozen gas, headaches other dis-,

she was to keep Stanley Heath "This one Is for Currier," he said. She really ought to have jewels. She reach of the military court Any period omforts-your intestines must function.To .
under her roof after all-but againsthis Mr. James Currier, The Biltmore, was born for them and could carry of time that the deserter Is absent make them move quickly, pleasantly -
will. It was not a very flattering I New York City. Safe on Cape with them off. There were myriad womenin from the Jurisdiction of the military completely, without griping.
situation.She :\ly Lady. Shall return with her later. the world on whom such adornment court: is deducted from the three-year Thousands of physicians recommend
sent Sylvia up with his coffee Motor here at once, bringing whatever would be wasted-good and worthy period. The United States Navy department Milnesia[ Wafers. (Dentists recommend
;and toast, and began her usual roundof 1 need for indefinite stay."Stanley. women, too. says that If a person deserts Milnesia[ wafers as an efficient remedyfor
morning duties. C. Heath." Then a voice Interrupted her reverie. from the naval service when the country mouth, acidity).
flavored candy-like wafersare
mint
And then just as they were finished "Got that?" It was Stanley Heath ,calling. is actually or technically at war These milk of magnesia. Each, wafer
and the clock was striking. eleven, he "0. K.," nodded Marcia. She heard Marcia reply and come the staute of limitations becomes effective is approximately pure equal to a full adult
called. This time, without hesitation, she hurrying upstairs. two years after the date on whIchhe dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed -
She went up, cheerful but with her passed him the paper. Guiltily Sylvia took off her sparkling was declared a deserter, that Is, thoroughly in accordance with the directions -
head still held high and paused on "This, I see, is your normal hand regalia; tumbled It unceremoniously he Is immune from trial and punishment on the bottle or tin,then swallowed,
... the threshold. writing," he commented as he placedthe Into its case; and slipped it Into the two years after his desertion, they correct acidity, bad breath, flatulence -
Glancing at her he smiled. messages side by side. drawer underneath a pile of night- provided he was where the military at their source and at the same
"You look like a bird about ,to take Taking up the sheets, he studied dresses. Then she softly unlocked the court could reach him by reasonable time elimination.enable quick, complete, pleasant -

flight Won't you sit down?" them with interest door and sauntered out diligence. If he'is classed as a peacetime Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20and
! She went nearer. Nevertheless she "Hadn't I better go and get off the It was none too soon, for Marcia: deserter from the navy the statute 48 Wafers, at 35c and 60c respectively -
! did not take the chair he indicated messages?" suggested Marcia, rising was speaking to her. becomes an effective bar to trial two or in convenient tins containing
\ "I see you are busy," he said. "I ervously. "The station might be "Sylvia?" years after the date of the expirationof 12 J at 20c. Each wafer is approximatelyan
thought perhaps your housework might closed. Often it Is, at noontime." "Yes." the erlistment. adult dose of milk of magnesia. All
be done. by this time and you might "It doesn't matter if they don't go "How would you feel about going In time of war desertion from the good drug stores carry them. Start using ,
I have a moment to spare. Well, I until afternoon." over to the village for the mail and todo army or navy may bring a sentence of these delicious, effective wafers today.
sent free to
Professional samples
mustn't" interrupt, Forgive me for "But there might be some slip." some errands? The tide is out and death. A peace-time deserter Is usually physicians or dentists if request registered -
! calling. He glanced at her with his keen you could walk. Prince needs a run." dishonorably discharged and sen- is made on professional letter head.
"I haven't a thing in the "
world to love to
eyes. "I'd go. term of servitude.
'. tented to a penal SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated
do, Marcia burst out. "What's the matter?" "That's fine Here Is a list of things i 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y.
"Good Then, you can stay a little "Matter?" we need at the store. You're sure you : Many Lands Send SugarIt
while," he, coaxed. "Now answer this' "Yes,' with you? All of a sudden don't mind going?" II is usual to think of the foreign
.} Question truthfully, please. You'heard ou've turned easterly." "No, Indeed. I shall enjoy being source of sugar used In the United
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what Doctor Stetson said about my "Have I?" Lightly, she laughed. out." States as being limited Cuba, Puerto
returning to New York today. I don't "I probably have caught the habit from Then suddenly Sylvia had an inspiration Rico the Virgin islands and the Philippines -
vt7.nt to be pig-headed and take a risk the sea. Environment dogs Influence which she instantly acted upon. yet fairly large quantities come
if It Is Imprudent; that Is ,neuter fair character psychologists ?" she
say. "Why don't you go Inquired. from other sources.

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Your
your path or settles on a flower In OUR COMIC SECTION House Frock

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'j ;/;;; have crossed the Atlantic. 1

i ;.. Last year a number of specimens 1

1 ._ of the Monarch butterfly which is n '.
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THE FORCE Help
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brought about by too
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you. dress Is
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stomach!1" m W..t.ne N.wspap.r Uetom
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buttoning surplice to the neck, for
WHEN lb GET I POGo
street and
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dell Prints have been in demand for
And WaitA r this type of garment." When you make
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woman's promise to be on tlmfi use Everfast Sunnidell Prints. They are
carries lot of wait. fast to sun, and boiling, and guaranteed::,
not to shrink. They are on sale at :your
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Tired. Nervous 232 West ISth St. New York City, forSAMPLES
FREE and name of near
est dealer.-Adv.HOW .

t 'j. WifeWins

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, i ." He-Th ;)'\.e dropped their anchor
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11/''' ; ;7 ", .:V' Pep / /l/l She-Serves them right. They had
6 1' If' m W af.rnN. apap.rUatot It dangling over the side all morning.
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t' 1- soothed. She banished -

.., ."'..... :,1.( tired" that feeling."deadV Won-
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ying; wastes that were sapping her vitality.NR Husband and wife were touring the

all-vcpetable Tablets (Nature's laxative-worked Remedy-the the transformation. mild. safe-, ..._-".. .:1. L shops In the west end of London.

.Try it for constipation, biliousness. ,.headaches Presently they stopped outside a dis-

spells,colds., dizzy bee _. play of hats In a shop window.

refreshed 1 6 3-ml. "There you are," he said, pointing to
you feel. At all '
druggists-25c. ,- 1L an attractive style, "buy yourself that
hat. It suits' "
FREE Ihlaweck atjourOrugsbu8 lieau-, you.
: tllul 6 Color 1935-1930 Calendar Thermometer t e She shook her head. "But that styleis PikVisitorA
with the
purchase of a 25c box ol NR or a
100 roll of Turns(For Acid Indigestion) not worn now," she replied. w

lie pointed to another hat. "How
I h
its IL i about that one?" he asked.
WNU-7 43-35 + SI+
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kind," she returned.

"My ma sez my pa Is burnln' the great many people come

candle at both ends." Retribution here Sunday. P .

; "My ma's always kickln'? about our "Have you quarreled with your lawyer Keeper of the Zoo-Yes, and I'm
";; ?" glad of It. It seems to sort of cheer?
is than electric bills, too.
i; I ,,-1 ? more "No," answered Mr. Dustin Stax. "1 the animals to see a crowd.
: skIn deep
I
meet his demands without protest and
,.,i Ask your doctor.ASK the beauty
I expert.GARFIELD TEA-a cup ImpossibleSome trust In him for retribution. Maybe Dumb .

your nightly akin-often and complexion-does more than foi very amusing reports are sent when they are soaking the rich they'll The policeman was taking the prisoner \ iVS

IYrit. FREE costly cosmetics. Expcli poison to Washington by the owners of the have to let me alone and go after him." I to jail when a gust of wind blew
tor uua body wastes that clog thepores
SAMPLE and eventually cause mud. little "Class 2" railroads. One ques- off the prisoner's hat.

GARFIELD TEA dy,blotchy,erupted 1 fceaurrtreatment"slun.AtpcekotthUinttmal' tion that has to be answered each Still Has Them "Let me get It," begged the prisoner.

CO., Dept 51 will astonish you. Begin tonight.. month Is, "Have: you had any collisions Sam-I hear you and your' wife had "It's the only hat 1 own."
arooklyn H.Y. At your drug store) "
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some words "What? growled the cop. "Let you

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"Hqw can we have collisions whenwe some, but I didn't get an opportunityto dumb as that You r\ay here and I'll
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SAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS!


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presented by the Fourth grade under and anchorages and good stores. Mrs. Priscilla Carson and son, Mrs. M. W. Blanton and her house'

I the guidance of Mrs. Rumbley.All I The fishing includes bass, perch and Robert, of Immokalee, visited with guest, Dr. Alice Lynch, and Miss.

Clewiston School News friends and parents are cordially bream. The town may be reached relatives in' LaBelle Sunday. Mary Markette made a business trip.

invited to attend. from the lake direct through an ,approach to Clewiston Tuesday.

School will be closed for Armistice channel having a depth ol Miss Anna Rue Waters of Moore

Florin Moore, Editor Day, November, as soon as about seven feet and'a width of Haven was the guest of Miss Katherine Miss Vergie O'Bannon and W.. P. .

Louise Bussey, Associate Editor all the teachers have returned from about eighty feet or more. There Is Curry over last weekend.Mrs. Arledge were among those from!.,
lunch, although no pupil will be a navigable waterway for 'about a this district who attended the _National

Bob Patterson, Sports Editor counted absent until after 1:00 o'- I quarter of a mile beyond the hurricane Re-employment meeting held

I clock. School will be dismissed as gate where yachts may tie up." Louis Thomas of Felda was at Sebring Tuesday.Mr. .

many minutes early as it was calledto I "Fourteen miles westerly: is the the guest of Mrs. Laura Hull at her I
home in LaBelle Y
Tuesday.
First Grade News order. I town of Moore Haven, probably the
and Mrs. Grover Hill and
The first grade celebrated Hal- Sports oldest settlement on the lake. It is -
lowe'enwith a party in the first The Clewiston Tiger's diamond- on a highway and the A. C. L. Railway Rev. and Mrs. C.' W. Alford and I daughters, Esther, Mildred 'and Dor-

grade room Thursday afternoon.The ball team trounced the South Bay :' and therefore has two draw- daughter Colleen, made a business othy, and Woodrow Parsons and
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Paul Waters fished and picknicked
children were dressed in appro- team last Thursday with the score bridges. Here is where you leave the triy to Palm Beach Monday. I _
; I l I at Hegmans Dike Sunday.
priate costumes. Various Hallowe'en -of twenty-one to one. The South Bay I i lake and connect by' canal with the

games and stunts were enjoyed. team scored their only run in the ,,Caloosahatchee river and the Gulf- Miss Josephine- Roberts and
Charlie Ann Darcy has returnedto second inning. The Tigers scored in ::when the work is finished. There, is George Roberts of Immokalee \visited George Wood is making a. short

school after an absence of a the same inning to take the lead by; no direct connection with the open with friends in LaBelle Sun ay. visit in Wauchula with Shirley
I Doughtry. On his return Mr.' Wood
month. two to one. Clewiston made two runs lake but there are three ways ,by
I Mrs. Kate Anderson of Miami Is will take up his work in the Beke-
Second Grade News in the third, nine in the fourth, sev- which boats may reach'the town
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Frank Store.
en In the fifth and one in the eighth. I I which will be described later on. _.meyer Grocery
The spelling honor roll for the Wilkison.
Carlisle Reddish pitched.Ed There are good stores and an excellent -
second grade is as follows: Nora I ..- The Junior Boy's Class of the Methodist -
Clark led the batters with four I am told that a
Oglesby, Isabell Collins, Caroline : i newspaper. .!\II'. and Mrs.! Jack Barnes of Belle Church Sunday School held
I hits, one a 'three base hit.. "Rabbit"Roberts yacht basin will be provided laterat
Selee, Marie Moats, David Belcher, Glade visited with Mrs. Barnes' mo- a Hallowe'en party at the church
made three, one a home which boats may tarry en, routeto
Audrey Johnson, Dalton Carr, James ther, Mrs.! Rufus Small Sunday. Tuesday night. Bogging for apples
run. Connie Clark, Moltz and Pat- the Gulf.,The population is about
Smith, :Mayme Johnson. and Hallowe'en games were played
terson three each. Jack Wynn made 900.
Rev. and Mrs.! Morris Wiggins
Third Grade News
low, L. Hare, C. Reddish, J. B. "The fishing in the vicinity of have returned from a short visit in during the evening. Refreshments of
Spelling honor roll for the third j+ and M. collected one ice cream and cake were served to
Brantley Storey J Lake
Moore Haven is equal to that of any City.
grade is as follows: Willie Smith, each. the following: Bobby Gravely, Bill
'locality in the state.'TJle leading vanities -
McDuffie, Christine Reddish, j 1 Rider, Nigel Miller, Charles Hodges.
Betty Clark C. Ro-i,
C. ,
The players were
are black bass, perch and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edwards and
Nicky Schiffli, Sherwood Hall, La- I i Billy Weaver, J. C: Johnson; Miss
berts J. E. Clark L. Hare,
Wynn, ,
bream. Lovers of the sport come Mrs. M. J. Bush spent Saturday in
Deen Peters. Junior Waldron, T. Moltz, J. B. here from all over South Florida, Immokalee visiting with friends.Mr. Colleen Alford, and Miss Marie

Fourth Grade Xews Brantley, B. Patterson, C. Redish, including Miami and the Gulf." Hampton.

Fourth grad spelling_ honor roll. O. Winn, M. Stone, J. Winn, B. and Mrs. Roy Stapler and
McKenzie Moore Haven is mentioned many THE LONE STAR FAIR
Eric Belcher Eugene ,
Owen, J. Long, and W. McGehee. M. small
son, Gene, motored to Moore
i more times in the article, as being I II
Esly Swinger. Lowe and William Owen, umpires. Haven Sunday.Mr. .
Fifth Grade News Clewiston returned the game in I the focal point for all routes across I (Moore Haven Democrat

Fifth grade spelling honor roll: South Bay Thursday, Oct. 31. I the lake] from the St. Lucie. The ar- and Mrs. R. P. Johnson and The Lone Star State is celebrat-

James Howard, Elbert 'Hooker, .ticle ends with Capt. Coe's statement II Miss Mary Mulkey of Clewiston visited ing it's one hundredth birthday of'

Charles Ivey, Janie Brantley, Nettie I that the route offers yachtmen aj a 1 I in LaBelle Sunday. independence and commemorating- (
Coe Writes- J
Pearl Norton, Beatrice Pratt, Eliza I Capt. most attractive and adventurous] more than four centuries of history

beth Winn, :Mary Mathis, Anne Paf- route across the state which is i i Prof. Carl E. Royer made a busi-I since its discovery in 1519, by a.

ford, Sonny Vaughn, Floyd Geiger. something like 200 miles shorter : ness trip to Fort Myers Tuesday af- vast Exposition in 1936.
The fifth grade celebrated Hal- (Continued from page 5) and much safer than the old route I ternoon. The celebration is going 'to be in

lowe'en with the following program: via the keys, Cape Sable and the I the form of a world's fair'to be heldat
Lake Okeechobee through the St. I I :
Bible reading and prayer, James lower Gulf. Mrs. G. E. Drury ;returned Mon- Dallas. Each 'of the cities

Howard; Reading, "The RaggedyMan Lucie canal. Pausing here he gives Capt. Coe arrived in Jacksonvillelast i day to her home in Iowa after a throughout the stave will have its

," Gloria McDuffie; Song, "Hal- an. accurate description of the work week and is putting his yacht' n I i I short visit in LaBelle. I own list of attractions, making, it

lowe'en, Fifth Grade; Piano solo, 1 I the U. S. Engineers are doing on the condition for his ,annual cruise in necessary to take a tour of all the

Anne Pafford; Tableau, '"The Lake, along the St. Lucie and the southern waters and in'a letter to I Mrs. George F. Lloyd, Mrs. Alice cities to entirely take in the expo-

Pumpkin" with Pearl Bembry, El- Caloosahatchee, illustrated with I I this paper this week states that he Bailey and Miss Alice Lyn Bailey sition.

bert Hooker, David Smith, Mary Ma- I I may visit Moore Haven a little later motored to Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. "Big as Hell and half of Texas"is

this, Beatrice Pratt, Dorothy Adams. charts'and photographs. furnishedby on this winter.. -.--- a term often Used to describe big

Piano solo, Sonny Vaughn; Play, the U. S. Engineers. 'I I and Mrs. Frances Campbell : things and so next year you'll havea

"Studying on Hallowe'en" with Elizabeth Description of the towns is given I LaBELLE NEWS made a business trip to Naples. and chance to see for yourself just how

Winn, Sonny Vaughn and briefly as they appear on the rim I Miami Monday.Mr. big that is.

Bernard Leiter. canal between Port Mayacca and i -- I

Sixth Grade News Moore Haven and the description I I R. Roberts\ of Immokalee made a ., and Mrs. L. W. Turner spent As It la in Life
Laurie Hugh Hudson left Saturday given of Clewiston and Moore Haven -
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week in Bonita Miss
last Springs.
I i business trip to LaBelle Tuesday.Mr. On the shore of almost any: lake :yon
for Tennessee where he will follows: __ I Lula Jones was their guest over the can find an allegory of human life.

join the CCC. "Clewiston, in the- southwest cor- II I week-end. Farthest back from the line where the

Donate books and Magazines' to the ner 'of the lake, is about ten miles and Mrs W. P. Arledge and 1 great opposing forces meet, Is the

Library.All I I west of Kraemer Island. It is on the Mrs. Theodore Yeomans made a Miss Lucille Davidson, Miss Jer- sand, tossed there because It Is light;

donations of books and maga- Cross-State highway between West trip to Fort Myers Monday. usha Riclgdill, James Rider and then come the pebbles, which yield

zines will be greatly accepted for Palm Beach and Fort Myers and is Reason Hampton motored to Fort less readily, and finally, at the forefront

use in the school library. the terminus of the A. C. -L. rail-i i[ Pete Anderson clt'Thursday togo Myers Sunday night where they attended the solid rocks that the waters

There ,will be an Armistice Day road. It has a population of over I to Russelville, Alabama, where he the show at the Arcade Thea I' can neither. break nor move.-Ex-

program on Friday,, November 8, \ 3,000, modern improvements, docks will work in the CCC camp: I tre. t'hnnge.



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