The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00552
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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DOES NO DAMAGE 'Tampa, Nov. 6 (FNS.-The pre-I Tampa, Nov. 6 (FNS-W. Leslie !
,,' mium list for the 1936 Florida Fair Brown, Tampa home owner, filed
suit this week seeking to compelthe

IN LAKE SECTION issued this week shows a number ? Marjorie B. Wallace Hillsborough County Commis- HURRICANE GATE

important departments and increased -I sion to exclude homesteads from its -
awards. bonded debt tax levy for the 1935-
If I were chief stockholder in the

The freakish tropical storm which Among the new attractions will Latham company I couldn't be more, 36 fiscal year. The E. H. Latham, Company, of

--,- formed in the Atlantic near Bermuda be a big livestock show of beef jubilant over their being low bidderon The suit came on the heels of an Toledo and West Palm Beach submitted

over the week-end and blew breeds of cattle, made possible by the new contract, for the structures announcement by tax assessor the low bid for the construction -*

southwestward toward the Florida : at Okeechobee. When I congratulated Sparkman that he was convinced he of a hurricane gate and drain,
coast, passing inland between Fort progress in clearing Florida of ticks must go ahead and levy against
, .. Pete Powell, superintendent age culverts on the north shore of
.,. Lauderdale and Miami shortly after which permits introduction of fine over at Moore Haven lock, he homesteads for bonded indebtedness. the Lake at Okeechobee when bids

. noon Monday, did no' damage to the classes of cattle. .[hooked as happy and proud and anticipatory I were opened at the district 'U. S..

:- Lake section in spite of the fact that Another feature will be a milk as a prospective bride- Inl his petition Brown contends Engineer office in Jacksonville Tues
: hurricane warnings were ordered; up goat: show to be staged by the Hills- I groom. May they have all the success that the commissioners violated the day. Their bid was $518,165.20

over the entire Okeechobee region. I they deserve. That's plenty. exemption amendment by orderinga with the government estimate being ,
An overcast sky for a few hours durIng borough County Goat Breeders levy against 55299442. -
I If you have any clear idea of the homesteads, as other

j the day and fitful gusts of wind Ass'n., with entries confined to the i sections into which this river work classes of property are ample to pro- It is believed that the contract

and rain were evidence of the dis- I state and with 98 awards offered. j. is divided you're smarter than I was duce the amount' of revenue neededfor will be awarded shortly and 'work

turbed condition but it is doubtfulif The Florida State Poultry Ass'n., until I spent some time in LaBelle bond requirements and that started within a very short time. The

the wind ever attained a velocityof plans an egg show with twenty-one- office studying, with Mr. Lloyd's;' homesteads should not be levied Latham Company is now finishIngup

more than thirty miles an hour awards offered. I patient help, the maps strung all 1'I against unless it is at first proved the combined hurricane gate and

here during the day. General Manager P. T. Streider along the walls of one room. HereIs ,that a levy against other classes of lock' at Moore Haven and are far

The U., S. Engineers adopted who has just returned from, Birm- the briefest possible expositionof property is insufficient to meet such enough' along with that work that

their usual precautionary, tactics he it, reduced to terms easily recognized requirements. they may start moving equipmentto
ingham where successfully hand-
and when the storm was reported by those who know this coun : Brown's suit Is the fifth to be Okeechobee at any time.

6 began boarding: up government led the Alabama State Fair, an- : try. It will help you find the interesting -j,filed' on this question now pending 'This hurricane gate, the first

houses, securing their dredges and nounced that Interesting commercial work as I report It-and La-I.,before the supreme court Others piece of work in the last divisionof

boats and threw all available ma- exhibits are promised! from the Ten- Belle people are taking a surprising I are from Duval, Dade, Lee' nd Palm the Okeechobee flood control pro-

chinery into the gap at Moore Havento nessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Com- interest in the work, too. Men, women Beach. The court Is expected to ject, will make the sixth such structure -

close it for the third time this pany and Bethlemen Steel' Companyfor and children are visiting the hand down a decision shortly applying that the Latham Company has

season. Only two small draglineswere the coming fair which Is scheduled accessible jobs, talking about them, I to 'all suits and settling' the built, having'bid successfully on the

available for the work but they from February 4th to llth, 1936. taking pictures of them, reading( question as to homesteads' liabilityfor hurricane gates at Clewiston, Lake

made good time and it is believed and commenting upon all publish-1' outstanding bonds. Harbor, Chosen and Canal Point

that. had the course of the storm I ed! news about them and asking doz-' and the combined structure &i: Moore

veered in such a' way as to bring MCKENZIE ,; ens of questions. Fine business. I II Haven, and failed on only one, the,

danger to that 'vicinity that the gap STARTSI I I Keep It up-you'll never be sorry. I II SIMPSON SPEAKS TOKIWANIS'EDNESDAY lock and spillway in the Caloosahatchee -

would have been safely closed. A 'I Division 7, section 1, Moore Haven River at Ortona, the contractfor

large crew of men were engaged WORK ON RIVERA to Parsons, beyond Lake HIcpo- which, was awarded to the Spa-

throughout the day filling sandbagsto I I chee. 1 1I j jj daro Company of Moore Haven.

help In plugging the gap. I I j I Section 2, Parsons to Cook's In addition to the hurricane gate,

There was little anxiety felt here five-yard Bucyrus Monighan farm. I which Is to be constructed at the
Wtfllard F. Simpson, safety engi-
dragline with 135-foot boom be-
but residents maintained a close Section 3, Cook's farm to' Lock 3. mouth of Taylor's Creek opposite
longing to the Atlantic and neer for the U. S. Army Engineerson
check on the storm throughout the All MacWilliams contract. i! Okeechobee and which Is considerably

day by radio. School was dismissedin Construction Company, of Lake- Division 8, section 1, Lock 3 to the OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheeproject smaller than the other gates

the afternoon so that the pupils land left here Sunday morn- Hudnut's Corner. Includes LaBelle. was guest speaker at the on the south side of the Lake, there
ing en route to Lock No. j to be built five drainage culverts
could be at their homes, it being MacKenzie contract. regular meeting of the Kiwanis are
3 where it will begin work on their which will outlet for several
: give an
felt that parents would be less wor-, (I Section 2, Hudnut's Corner to Lee Club
new contract, recently awarded, in Wednesday night and gave an creeks which Into the Lake on
ried in spite of the school house being I County line. Includes Ft. Denaud. run
i Division ,8 of the, Caloosahatchee -' interesting account of the meetingof the north shore. The largest of theseis
one ,of the safest buildings in 1 i Section 3, Lee Co. line to just beyond :
project. This machine weighs 335 barrel culvert which Is
the National Safety Council whichhe an eight
the town. Officials state that the Magill's place. Includes Alva.
tons and is powered by a 280 h. p. to be built west of the hurricane -
left Section attended in Louisville recently.As just ,
school building will be open 3-A to upper end of Huff-

during future storm periods to pro- Diesel electric motor. man contract, -near Marion Hendry t a preamble to his talk Mr. gate as a spillway for, Taylor's

c. vide refuge for those 'whose- homes Itwas planned-for-the>*machiCo "place.:"Includes( 6lga.'-All Division Simpson said that when he left for Creek. The centerline 'of this cul-
to start work as quickly as possibleand from cent-
is feet the
constructed to 8 thus far Louisville he to vert just 210
are not well enough under contract to Stand- expected attend a
it is presumed that it has already -
erline of the hurricane Exceptfor
weather hurricane winds. I ard Dredging-. And by the way convention with perhaps four or five
started digging. It was assigned the fact that this structure has
Thearea between Fort Lauderdale Capt. Selee and two officials of this hundred delegates but upon arrival
to a point about 9,000 feet it is the
company, C. B. Clarke and B. B. found that there were more than I more' openings identically
and Mi mi'as severely damaged -
q west of Lock 3, where a cut-off Is thestructures the
i same as through
by the storm, wind reaching an Stewart, are touring the river in the seven thousand. The U. S. Engineers ;
to be dug mile and in
a a quarter r levee on the south and west shoresof
Ankona this morning looking over are not members of the Congress:
estimated velocity of 80 miles
per length to cut off the bend in the the lake. Barrels are 'construct-
Miami the battlefront, which looks like and their delegates attend as invited
hour. Three lives were lost in -
river at the mouth of the Okaloacoo-
ed of treated, heavy-gauge corru-
business soon. guests, about forty of them. Mr.
due directly indirectly to
chee Slough just this side of Fort gated iron pipe, ten feet in diameter
the storm and many were injuredby Thompson. Section 4, from Marion Hendry Simpson and a delegate from the -
headwalls. the lake
with concrete
place, approximately, to Ft. Myers, Jacksonville office were the only
flying timbers. Property damagewas The McKenzie' ,Company have also side of these barrels are automaticiron
is the Huffman contract and is nearing Florida representatives from the
great but an official. estimate moved their office this week from gates which allow water to
completion. This is where the Corps of Engineers.
has as yet not been made. Continuing Clewiston to LaBelle. The Companyhas pass through to the lake when the
Reliable and Dania have been work
While his talk was largely on the
on across the state the storm maintained offices at the Inn head is higher on the landward side

kept on its southwest course an'd did i for more than a year. ing. facts and'statistics of accidents and close tight when the lake levelis
I The sections run from range line viewed from an engineering stand-
little damage as it crossed the low-I the higher. The ,next largest cul-
to range line-but who knows anything or'a
point Mr. told numberof
er Everglades. It was feared for Former Pastor Dies In Simpson vert is a six-barrel structure at
about range lines? Now cat- Interesting Incidents, or accidents,
some time that the course might i i Clewiston.
tIe ranges-that's different. Hence which had been discussed at the
after it inland and swing I
veer passed
Wilmington Delaware the above information Design of the hurricane gate will
toward the north. in the ver- Congress. He stated that the accident -
also be the those on the remainder -
nacular. same as
rate had lowered In the past
Great doings at Ortona railroad I few years remarkably Insofar as of the project except that

MARY PICKFOHD INVITEDTO The community was shocked this bridge yesterday. MacKenzie was employers were concerned due to the the top of the structure will be at

MOVE TO. FLORIDA week to learn of the death of Dr. taking his big Monighan through elevation 34 instead of elevation
-- onI educational methods practiced in accident -
:- Wm. T. Bailey, first pastor of the a 50 foot barge, chewing his ways I prevention. Employers had 38 and the floor of, the gate will be

Jacksonville, Nov. 6 (FNS- Clewiston Community Church and a along inch by inch, the wickedlooking -: at elevation 7 instead of 4 making
been sold on the idea 100 per cent,
Following the statement of Mary resident of this city for seven years bucket : less height for the structure of seven -
swinging, dipping and
/ he said, and that now the work was
Pickford that burdensome taxation the home his '
at of daughter, Miss feet.
dumping with a pretty precision,
being carried more and more to the
would compel her to change her residence Elizabeth Bailey, in Wilmington,
making a passageway wide and deep employees, making them accident Bids which were to have been
from California to oth- I
some Delaware last October
enough to get through. In answer conscious and trying to cut downtl awarded yesterday for the construc-
state John T. Alsop of
Mayor 31.
er to several who have asked the ques e rate. The fact that the accident tion of levee on the north shore

Jacksonville wired her as follows: Since leaving Clewiston in Febru- tion.-yes, the Monighan is a Bu- rate is Increasing steadily is believed were recalled when the cut in appropriation -
r.; "As you are doubtless aware there ary, 1933, Dr. Bailey had been pas-
cyrus, but usually you can call a"Bucyrus" to ,be due to there not having was made three weeks
are no income or inheritance taxes tor of church at Pa. and
a Coalport, ,
when the
any excavator made by been enough stress put on the edu- ago and it is not known
In Florida. The state has bonded filled three other
no charges in nearby
that company, regardless of its.cation of the employees in accident levee will be constructed.,
: indebtedness whatsoever, has bal- communities. Faithful to his work "'
i means of propulsion, while a "Monighan" prevention in the past. Other bidders on' the north shore
anced its budget and does not anticipate until the end, In spite of constantly '
always travels on pontoonsset Mr. structures and their bids are as follows -
Accident rates computed,
passing laws chang- health until the are
any new failing preached at opposite sides of the turn-
ing the set-up regarding revenues." Sunday preceding his death. He then table. These pontoons are raised out Simpson explained, by the numberof
million Tidewater Construction Corporation -
fatal accidents to the
decided to take a six-months vaca- of the while the machine .is
POST-TIMES TURNS TABLES tion and with his wife left for hisdaughter's way working hours of a company. One Norfolk $573,185.10; W. Horace -
and raise the
working, in turn they he stated had Williams Inc., New
ON NORTHERN HEADLINES home to try and recuperate large company, run Company
machine clear of the ground while
up several million hours without fatal Orleans, $657,982.50; Wanimaker
-- his health. He had waited too
West Palm Beach Nov. 6 (FNS) long to rest, however, and died just she. takes like a skip and a duck.Jump forward accident. He called attention toa & 'Wells, culverts only, $228,941.50;
a stiff-legged Pop
.-The West Palm Beach Post-Times five days after reaching Delaware.He recent article in Reader's Digest W. S. Lockman Construction Com-
calls and fall "down"system
turned tables on northern headline was buried at Churchville, Md., it the "hop up will concerning accident prevention and pany, West Palm 'Beach, hurricane
of travel. The Monighan
distributed copies to those who gate, $371,643.76; culverts, $219-
writers who for years have insistedon where he was formerly a pastor. His'
\ start digging at Lock 3. Fred MacKenzie
;i Construction Com-
tagging storm originatingin wished them.Following 777.67; Spadaro ,
every exact age is not known but members i office and
has rented local
the Carribbean as a "Florida of his congregation here state that the a the Mr. Simpson's talk, an pany of Moore Haven bid $33:,845
Attanasio house highway
: Hurricane" when they heralded the he was in his late sixties.Dr. I for residence. on. urgent request was made for as i on the hurricane gate. The govern-

freak storm tearing southward down Bailey came to Clewiston in a MacWilllams' Bucyru's' -this many members as possible be pres- ment estimate on the hurricane gate

the Atlantic with a headline reading 1926 as the first resident pastor of laid aheadis ent at the meeting next Wednesday was $338,897.73; culverts, $211-
one travels on tracks -
'; .- 'Yankee' Storm Heads Southward the Community Church and remained I night when the annual election of 714.05.
making good progress beyond the
Toward Bahamas." The disturbance until 1933 when he left for his 60 officers will be held.A Latham's separate bids on the
bridge, advancing about 50 or
: this time originated in northern wa- new pastorate in Pennsylvania. His discussion of the community hurricane gate was $332,725.10, and'I
feet a day, striking quite a bit of
, J' ters.KIAVAX'S. health was poor while here but It I (Continued on Page 8) playground followed and it was decided the culverts, $189,927.54.

, never interfered with his work and the playground committee, I
DANCE AT his of '-.---.-- MRS. JOHN TINDALE
acts and kindness
charity composed of D. G. Alston, I. M. Paf-

4 ; INN FRIDAY NIGHT which made him loved by everyone. married and make their home In ford and B. E. Herring attend the I Word was received here recentlyof

-- Ills eyesight was defective, but head Maryland. Mrs. Bailey expects to meeting of the county planning
The Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a not been here long until he had make LaBelle last for the death of Mrs. John Tindale, a
,,' her home with her daughter, board held in night ,
'dance which is to be held at the Inn learned to distinguish everyone by Elizabeth, Wilmington.. the purpose of finding out what was former resident of Clewiston, at her

Friday night, November 15. No definite their voices and is said to have sel- Dr. D, J. Williams, present pastor I I holding up work on the project. The I home in Monte Carlo, Calif., on Sep-

.: arrangements have as yet been dom made' mistake in identity. of the church here, met Wednesday.: project was approved in Washington tember '12. Details of her illness
made for: music' but the club promises The; deceased is survived by his night with other church officials i last week.

the best available and urges ev- widow, two daughters, Elizabethand and drew up resolutions of sympa- I have not been learned.

eryone to come out and enjoy the : Dorothy, and one son, Edward, thy which have been sent to the bereaved W. C. Pope was a business visitor Her friends In Clewiston will be

evening. the latter two of whom are now family. in Clewiston Friday afternoon. saddened to hear of her death.y .

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GERMANY Is becoming a barren

I Ntws.leviev of Current -* nation, Intellectually culturally Russians Use Coal for

BRISBANETHIS and scientifically, under Hitler." That
Heat Without IgnitionRussian
i was the way Alfred E. Smith openedan

the World Over appeal for financial aid for non-
I '
WEEKThe Aryan Christian and political refu- farmers have discovered t t .

gees from Germany at a' dinner In a way to speed up the ripening of

New York held under the Joint aus- theIr cotton crops by a month or

pices of the American Christian Com- more. They use coal to warm the

Bonus at Last? floare Promises Britain Will Not Fight With Italy-Laval's mittee for. German Refugees and the cotton plants without burning the

A. Little' Account Roosevelt Emergency Committee In Aid of coal. This seemIng' paradox is being

Teagle Will Sell Oil Peace Efforts Continued-President Political Refugees from Naziism."I performed at ,Kazakstan. Obtaining

The Oceans Are Closer Return to Washington.By am informed that at this very beat from coal without burning Is

moment I am speaking, 2f>00 Ger- he application of a simple fact:' of
Washington reports "payment of the physics that dark colors absorb the
man refugees are on the verge of.
3000.000000 soldiers' bonus before heat in the sun's better than
,EDWARD W. PICKARD starvation, the former New York gov- rays
the end of the next
ernor said. "Centers now light
Western Newspaper Union.
session Is virtually
serving these refugees In Europe i The Zazakstan farmers simply
d. Good '
assure CTpSAMUEL HOARE. British foreign center on a way to "legalize" Italian must be supplied quickly with money. spread coal dust lightly over their

news for soldiers.Do '.- secretary assured parliament occupation of that part of northern They need aid or will be forced to fields; about\ 100 pounds to an acre.

you supposethe and the world that Great Britain has Ethiopia which Mussolini's troops have discontinue their work." The darkened surface of the land Is

o'ernment111 no Intention of'fightlng Italy and would seized and to arrange for Italy's, partial a better absorber of heat during the

print more of Its" not alone apply mili- control over the entire empire. day and reradiates more, of It as
states and
"Inflation bonds. communities have
tary sanctions against ALL warmth during the night. The higher -
and insist on paying by Aubrey Williams
5-l that nation. lie held KUDOLFO GRAZIANI'Sforces average temperature of the land
Interest on Its own acting WPA administrator, to make
money Instead of out strong hopes that In 'southern Ethiopia ,were better provisions for the care of "un-, during the growing season, therefore,

the war In Africa reported to have won several Impor- shortens the time necessary for the
printing new money employables, for federal aid for the I
could be settled with- tant victories In their advance toward crop to mature by over a month.
for the bonus, or needy will soon be confined to providing :
out resort by the Harrar and the railway. They captured -
do you believe there Jobs. In an interview Mr. Williams --- --
league to extreme some towns despite desperate
must be some limits said that with six states alreadycut
measures His speechwas resistance by the natives, and took,
stupidity? oft the dole, progress of the work TOMS MADE
plainly an Invitation .many prisoners. The' main movementIn relief \alP MEANEW :
program bring liquidation
Arthur Brisbane to Italy to talk that region was up the Webbe Sh ,.a WOMAN s -
The League of of relief administrations In "the great 3r
terms. bell river. The
peace Ethiopians were re
Nations wants us to "clarify our posI- majority of the remaining states" dur-
Denying that thegovernment's JJ1eatedIY.dispersed by aerial bombs.
tion." It would be made clear'If the ing November. This will leave thosephysically'
; policy Is Sir Samuel r.In Tigre province, on the north, the
President would write to the League or mentally unable to work;
hostile to Fascism, Sir Hoare ,
of Nations: "Our position Is this:. ".Italians were consolidating their positions the aged, mothers with dependent

"We are attending to our business, Samuel said : and preparing for another big children, and other handicapped famIlies HEY..HOW
"We have not the least Intention of Their ABOUT sTHareoNf:7
thrust toward Addis Ababa.
and advise you to do the same. Also, and Individuals, dependent upon %
Interfering in the domestic affairs
line there extended nearly 70 miles
local efforts. :
what about a little cash on "
of other people. 1 from Adigrat through Aduwa to the
of $10,000,000,000 you owe us on the >
"The unbroken solidarity of the em- holy city of Aksum.pRESIDENT .
pire Is behind the government's pol- D as -

icy," he said. ."Let those prophets of president of the American Federation HAS FILLED HER BARE CUPBOARD
Walter head of the Standard ROOSEVELT deeply
Teagle ,
misfortune who have marked the em: of Investors has been annoyedby WITH ONIONS AND STEAKS AND CHEESES;
011 of New Jersey, disposes sensiblyof In fine spirits, returned
pire down for decay and dissolution congressional Investigators, has HER STOMACH FEELS GRAND

the suggestion that all Americans .observe this fact of overwhelming Im to the White House, his holiday tour written to all members of congress a SINCE SHE KEEPS TUMS ON HAND...

should refuse to sell oil to Italy. He portance." ended. When he landed from the cruiser letter asking whether American ,cIti- SHE EATS WHAT SHE DARN WELL PLEASES .

says Standard Oil is not In the League Houston at Charleston, S. C., he tolda "still have
Hoare hinted at British Isolation zens the right to express
of Nations and he will continue sell- big crowd gathered to welcome him their NO ALKALIES FOR
from continental affairs If the league approval or disapproval with respect -
Ing oil through his Italian sub-' that the country Is on Its way back to to
collapses. pending legislation ''wIthout
sidiary. prosperity under the planned economyof being harassed ACID INDIGESTION
by 'inquisitors.
Next day Prime Minister Stanley
his administration, "and don't let
Baldwin warmly endorsed all that The federation opposed the recent MILLIONS have found they do not need to
This Is news Important especially inybody tell you differently. stomachs with strong, caustic
Hoare and Capt. Anthony Eden have enactment of the "death'sentence" for"unnecessary" alkalies. Physicians have said this habit often
to California', -where real- estate prosperity done at Geneva. He deprecated even At an Informal press conference Just holding and brings further acid indigestion. So much more
grows with improved transcontinental before he left the cruiser, the PresI- safe and sensible to simply carry a roll of Turns
the use of the word scar, but called for was under investigation by the senate in your pocket. Munch 3 or 4 after meals-or

trips. rearming of the empire! saying : "In dent was asked'to comment on the lobby committee.In whenever troubled by heartburn,gas,sour stom
The Santa Fe railroad, with a diesel "impending collapse" of his drive to ach. Try them when you fed the effects of lastnight's
the Interests' of world peace It Is essential an open letter to senators and party, or when you smoke too much.
engine, hauling nine steel cars and defensive services should put three and a half million employ- Turns contain a wonderful antacid which neutralizes -
our representatives said he had"refused"
Magill acid in the
using 3,000 horsepower, has cut 15 ables on relief to work: by November 1. stomach, but never over-
be than alkalizes stomach blood.
stronger they are today. to permit representatives of or pleasant to eat
hours from the running time between He replied that November 30 was 39 as candy and only lOc at any drug store.FORTHETUMMY .
Baldwin announced the adjournment the committee "to read my personaland
Los Angeles and Chicago. days off and that November had nev-
of parliament on October 25' and the private correspondence. He as-
been yet the deadline and that
er as ,
electIon of a new parliament on No- serted the federation "is not a lobby
Queer things happen In Ethiopia. he had been very careful to say that
vember 14. The campaign'al1'etidy Is TUMS AREANTACID.
Ing organization as that term Is com-
The former War and'a half ... tY0i c rsr
Daily Express says substantially three million "'
:' under way and Is lively, with the International monly used." s+
.wer ro uuv
Minister Fitowrary Berrn, In disgrace situation furnishing the main persons.would be put to work. If three NOT A LAXATIVE.

with ,the emperor because he..spent too' I'. issues. million are at work by November 30 FREE:i tlful This;Color-1935-1936 Calendar Thermometer

much money, walked as. a. penitent, he saId'he would be satisfied with the DEATH came to an eminent Amer- with tbo purchase of:t1gre roll of Turns
or a 2
Into the presence of the emperor carrying four-billion-dollar program, and that It MaJ. Gen. Adolphus W.

on his back a heavy grindstone, MUSSOLINI made one conciliatory could not then be. considered to have., Greely, U. S. A., retired, at the age
toward Great Britain
and kneeled down In sign of submis fallen down. of ninety-one years. He passed awayIn Laxative
when he to withdraw division
sion. The emperor rolled the stone I Walter Reed hospital Washington,
: of from Libya and at the
off his back, meaning forgiveness, and ; same and was burled In Arlington national
I time he urged that France and- Britain the third time In his career
Fitowrary Berru Is oft spending money FOR cemetery with full honors. General
I make quick reply to his peace condi King Is now prime min Myldeal Remedy for
again. Some of our baked potato and Greely was universally known as the
i tions. But it became known the troops ister of Canada, following the victoryof
"little pig" ministers might try that. I leader of the ill-fated expedition Into : < HEADACHE'
were to be moved'from Libya to Tripoli the Liberal party at the polls. Richard r
the, Arctic regions In 1SS1 from which
: "Though I have tried all good
where they would be almost as B. Bennett and r
,Here Is war news : only he and seven others returned ., remedies Capudine suits me
much a menace to Egypt; and theduce's his Conservative cabinet >': best. It is quick and gentle."
soft-voiced Secre- alive. But he had '
England's' Foreign already served in
For headache,neuralgic,or muscle -
terms were so drastic resigned and King
tary Hoare begs, implores, beseeches peace the Civil war with distinction, and a { aches, and periodic pains,
that there was no that they was called on to form #
prospect Y use either Capudine Liquid or
Italy to make peace with Ethiopia his later scientific accomplishmentswon
would be accepted by' anyone con- the new government, I Capndine Brand Tablets.
while there is still time. "Sanctions"have him international fame.
cerned. They Included disarmament which he did at once.
not yet been applied. England
of Ethiopia, an international protec- Be himself was swornin
and other countries are selling goodsto
torate over the central regions and an as prime minister, ARTHUR HENDERSON, president
Italy. "While the lamp holds out
Italian protectorate over the remainder president of the privy world disarmament confer-
to burn the vilest sinner
may re-
council and secretaryof ence and a most determined foe of

turn. Addressing the foreign affairs com- state for external war, died in a London nursing home. PARKER'S

mittee of the French chamber of deputIes a ffairs. Thomas A. He was seventy-two HAIR BALSAM .
You may see a new kind of "Olym e Removes Dandruff-Stops Falling
Premier Laval promised he would Crerar of Winnipeg years old and had been Imparts Color and

pic game" with long-distance runners seek only a compromise that would be Mackenzie was made minister I of ill for a long time, so Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
wearing gas masks. In future wars King 60c and$1,00 at Drnpgrlflts.Hlneox .
fully acceptable to the League of Na- mines, Immigrationand Ill that he had not Chem Wkg.Patehogpe,N.Y.
soldiers will masks and civilianswill
wear tions. He told the committee that colonization, Interior and Indian been permitted to seea FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
wear them. Ability to run in gas connectionwith Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes the
France's battleships would steam im- affairs. Charles A. Dunning of Mont- newspaper for six hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug-
will be
masks Important. mediately to the assistance of Britain real is the new minister of finance and weeks and did not gists.Hiscox Chemical Works. Patchogue,N.Y.

Russia knows that and "trainingfor If the latter's fleet was atttacked by W. D. Euler of Kitchener has the trade know that another war

'. the next war5' eight men and worn I and commerce portfolio. All the cabi- bad broken out and VNU-7 44-35

,.. en of the Osoaviakhlm (society for I ,pet positions except that of agricul- that the peace of Eu-

aviation and chemical defense) marched : Italy.WHILE Premier Pierre Laval of ture were filled at once. rope was threatened.The .

31 miles in masks In 10 hours 47
gas former iron molder -
was still trying desper-
The resignation of W. D. Herridgeas Quick Complete

". minutes: world record. ately to find a way of settling the minister to Washington was accepted Arthur of Glasgow who be- ,

Italo-Ethlopian quarrel that would be and became. immediately effective. came a leader of the
of Labor Henderson PleasantELIIMIINATIION
The American Federation
party and was
: .w "acceptable to both The department of ,national revenue
American athletes not to attend
foreign when'It In
was -
Great power
Britain and Italy announced cancellation of dumping duties -
the 103G Olympic games, If they are apparently without on the following commodities was awarded the Nobel peace prizein
held In Germany. As a reason for r 1934. His
crusade for and
: regard to Ethiopia's Canada: Plums, rad-
"banning German Olympics, the fed- disarmament inspired the
was deathof
real Interests- fifty- ishes, spinach, and peaches. Let's be frank. There's only one way for
eration Hitler Is labor
says crushing his eldest In the World
son war.
two members of thee
your body to rid itself of the waste mat-
unions "with blood and fire. ,
League of Nations declared ters that cause acidity, gas, headaches,

There is a better reason for not 'Ls A a boycott'on ONE of the government's much pub bloated feelings and a dozen other dis
;; capital of Montana, and all
;: holding the 1936 Olympics In Ger- all Italian goods and efforts to punish alleged HELENA of that state comforts-your intestines must function.To .

Income tax evaders of Louisiana failed part make them move quickly, pleas-
many. various '
an embargo on
were terrified by a series of
when a jury in Federal court at New earthquake antly, completely, without griping.
t The chief value of sport Is In the key exports to that shocks extending through a numberof
Orleans brought In a verdict of not Thousands of physicians recommend
:r, fact that manly exercise is supposed, w. country. The boycott guilty In the case of Abraham L. Shu- days. There were only two fatal- Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend

primarily, to develop and inspire cour- binds these nations to ities, but numerous buildings were Milnesia wafers as an efficient remedyfor
Pierre Laval shan, one of the close associates of the
',.' prohibit Importationof The wrecked or so weakened that they had mouth acidity).

age.The spectacle 00,000,000 Germans "all goods consigned from and grown, late Senator Long. prosecution to be razed. Hundreds of persons These mint flavored candy-like wafersare
claimed he owed $71,000 In taxes. The
produced manufactured in milk of Each waferis
r,,' ; cruelly persecuting and suppressing or Italyor with loud were driven from their homes, and the pure magnesia.
verdict was greeted cheers
to full adult
in Italian possessions from whatever approximately equal a
t:. 000,000 German Jews is not exactly place they arrive." by the crowd In the courtroom, and in suffering was intensified by a sudden dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

t h" : a picture of courage. If rigidly enforced, this would cut the ensuing confusion several news fall of the temperature. thoroughly in accordance with the direc-

photographers were beaten up by for tions on the bottle or tin,then swallowed,
off about two-thirds of the trade
k" President Roosevelt has said that export they correct acidity, bad breath, flatu-
members of Long's bodyguard HENRY
mer CARSON, who In
,which In
Italy depends
lie Intends to, keep out of European upon getting EDWARD lence, at their source and at the same
. which seems to be a habit In Louisiana. was made Baron Carson of
funds for prosecution of the war In
;; complications. He will not let Europe time enable quick, complete, pleas'
Africa. The countries applying the Duncairn, died In London at the age ant elimination. ,
complicate our foreign business, mak- '
;' sanctions agree to aid one another In NEARLY 5,000 men and women from of eighty-one years, ending a strange Milnesia Wafers'come in bottles of 20

i. ing It Impossible for American concerns compensating losses by Increased trade of the United States and stormy career concerned mainly and 48 wafers, at 35c and 60c respec-

1!: to operate merely to oblige Eu- facilities, credits, cash and loans If gathered In Chicago and held a national with Irish politics. A_ Protestant, he tively, or in convenient tins containing

ropean competitors. In any case our possible and discriminating against convention of the Townsend became leader of the Ulster party, 12 at 20c. Each wafer is approximately "
.'. European friends at least adult dose of milk of All %
should start magnesia. 1
organized and led the threatened an
league members such as Austria and plan, which, as most- people know, \.
'- paying the ten thousand million dol Ulster rebellion In 1914 against the good drug stores carry them. Start using t="
Hungary which continue to trade with would give every person ,sixty years of delicious effective wafers
lars they borrowed before asking the Italy. age a $200 per month income If the home rule bill and secured its post- these today.
Professional samples sent free to
United States to lose reg-
more for When the broke
money war hs
agreed to spend It all within ponement.
Austria, Hungary and Albania spoke person istered physicians or dentists if requestis
their sweet sake. against the sanctions. SwitzerlanJ, the month, did not work or have an turned his army to the battlefields of made on professional letter head.

,I which seeks to preserve her traditional income all told of more than $2,400a France and himself entered the British SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated
Dr. C. H. Mayo predicts that
drugs neutrality was silent. Some South year. 4402 23rd St.. Long'Island City, N. Y.
will cure Insanity. With the drug American republics made complicated The elderly California doctor who After the war Carson threw himself

'..... now used experimentally Doctor Mayo reservations.It devised the plan was present, and the Into the fight against the establishment

hopes to effect permanent cures, by was decided that the sanctions delegates seriously undertook the workof of the Irish Free State and suc-

changing the blood circulation In the should be put In force on October 31, formulating a campaign to compelthe ceeded In securing the partition by

brain. and Laval thus had time to continuehis adoption of the plan at the coming which the six Ulster counties sepa

KIng Features 1VKU Service.Syndicate. Inc. peace efforts. These seemed to session of congress. rated from the rest of Ireland

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Find Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago., :Moody Bible Lowest Prices Everon

D< Western Newspaper Union.

; Out Lesson for November 10 Calumet Baking Powder! .

RESPONSIBILITYLESSON T'S certainly good news

; : : ,//t From Your Doctor -L that Calumet is selling ii 9 k:: .

; TEXT-Ezekiel 33:7-16. at new low prices," Mrs. fey f f '% J%>

)$:\ if the "Pain" Remedy GOLDEN TEXT-So then everyone McIntosh says. "I do a lot
: of us shall give account of himself to e!' of baking, and when I can
: <./,> ,:!.' You Take Is Safe. God.PRIMARY-Romans TOPIC-A 14:12. Prophet Encourages -;,: get a full pound can of reliable .' G nrC! J34

-, His People _... Calumet for only,25c,
';' : : / } '" JUNIOR TOPIC-A. Watcnman On I'm pretty pleased with my-

;'. -. -: Duty. sclfl" .,
; Don't Entrust Your
;. '!:;:: TOPIC-Does God Care What I Do? Her son Jack settles down N J, .,,, hf .';Y'r' ;

'. ",:>'< '> -:: ;k' Own or Your Family'sWell TOPIC-Individuals YOUNG PEOPLE Accountable AND ADULT to to some of Mother's famous ;. :y Y

. : : '. coffee cake, and pays for it '.' % :
< J t > Being to Unknown God. r7 o Ar.JGr: !
.. with a big smile.
'. :.:::.. Preparations Ezekiel prophesied In the land, of

;' -' the captivity. .The purpose of his min Y' + 4:.i
AND LOOK AT THE NEW CAN! A simpley,' '' ;R ,
,- ': take istry was threefold : ((1) To show the r4
you any
BEFORE prepara twist.and the Easy-Opening Top lifts off.No :
you don't know all about, house of Israel that they were In cap. )
,' -- for the relief of headaches; or the tivity because of their sins (14 :23)\ delay, spilling, no broken fingernails!

pains of rheumatism neuritis or (2) To show that God is righteous In' NSY, q'.J : .,\

neuralgia, ask your doctor what he his visitation of Judgment them if., / ..,:.:. :.....,. ;,,, ;rJ, :5....,. .; WHY IS CALUMET DIFFERENT, from other baking powders # ,
thinks about it-in comparisonwith upon 4 .,. ? Why do you have to use only one level teaspoonful of I
Genuine Bayer Aspirin. (7:8, 9)} (3) To sustaip their faith by Calumet to a cup of sifted flour in moat recipes? -.1:: I.1
assuring them: of their national restoration Because Calumet combines two distinct leavening actions A ;: 1
We say this because before the the punishment of their enemiesand ,. };;.., quick action for the mixing bowl-set free by liquid. A slower J I
of :;>; }}} ; .I
discovery Bayer Aspirin most : action for the oven set free by heat. "
socalled'pain" remedies were advised their final exaltation among the i:{::4' ..... .
:}} }. ,
.V.NM' .... .,..... :::: :
"'Q!> against by physicians as being nations when Messiah shall reign. U! }:{':a: : : : : ggJ1mtJifu1kt @ffNfF r

,. bad for the stomach; or, often, for I. God's Sovereign Right to the Soulsof -,

the heart. And the discovery of Men (18:1-4).

; Bayer Aspirin largely changed Every man Is personally responsible ,......... :a}: .. Y
lOt Can
: medical practice. to God.II. New! Big !. ..

Countless thousands of people The Moral Obligation of Sons to ":,1,

who have taken Bayer Aspirin year Their Father (Ezek. 18:14-20). Calumet
Double-Acting Baking
in and out without ill effect have ,
proved that the medical findings While the law of heredity gives the .:
about its safety were correct. child a sinful nature and when the ; Powder, is now selling at the lowest '-

., Remember this: Genuine Bayer child arrives at the, age of moral responsibility YN ':.s >7,*} prices ever.. .The new-size can is yours: ,
sin God holds
It begins to ,
is rated the
methods yet discovered among for the fastest relief such responsible for their deeds.III. :.}}I}: for a dime! And the regular price of ;j

V .'VV(, of headaches and all common pains t. Ezekiel's Responsibility (Ezek.- :Y > the Full-Pound Can is only 25c! A ::j
'\ and safe for the average person 83:1-!}).

.f to take regularly. As a prophet of God certain ,I responsibilities ; ,}' ,.., ,, i product of General Foods.
.: You can get real Bayer Aspirin at were Imposed upon him

'" any drug store-simply by never There is a sense In which every disciple x::.r:
.:.:"" asking for it by the name "aspirin" of Christ Is a witness for him :.: }: .'
': alone, but always saying BAYER

:: ASPIRIN when you buy. giving and therefore of his testimony is responsible to sinners.for His the Vll ? D lCti'1] keeps a promise I .

figure of a watchman. Two things

'. 0 were required of a watchman. "
1. To hear the words of God's
(4' ( 7). The source of the message of PITCHING. TODAY BUT ('0 LIKE TO DO I WON'T EVEN GIVE 'EM A' RUN. ;>"" ;!h:,.
.' School
.} : every minister and Sunday :
teacher Is God's holy Word. Just as
None Perfect ,
'r' the prophet did not originate-his mes ".'1
V :" _:" Even the first man, Adam, was defective r '1
:V but received It of God's mouth, THEN BEAT
: sage .1_ G
: ne was short one rib. [ -/1-i)
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so It should be with every ministerand THE GIANTS a'r ?

V V Sunday School teacher. : \ ,. .",.
:; 2. To sound the warning (v. 7). After '
H-BEAT THE 11. .
; Beware
Coughs hearing God's message he was to GfANTSJ BEAT _
; speak It out and proclaim It to the _
j:: from common colds people. A watchman today Is bothto FOR US }s sIc .
hear and to speak. The peopleare
o .
:.f': That Hang On to be warned of' the Impending SURE HE CAN
danger. Failure to sound the alarm ,/ AND WELL LISTEN

-_,: No matter how many medicines makes the watchman guilty of the: l tr' TO THE GAME

you have tried for your cough,chest blood of the sinner.IV. ON THE. RADIO V:.
r' cold or bronchial irritation, you can God's Attitude Toward the Sin,
get relief now with Creomulsion. vC
: her (vv. 10, 11). aiy
Serious trouble may be brewing and \ 5' bAND
f you cannot afford to take a chance God has declared In his Word that _
with anything less than Creomul-
unfaithfulness on the part of his peo
sion, which goes right to the seat ,"
of the trouble to aid nature to pIe would cause them to "perish among 1t'M
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- the heathen," that they would "pine GIANTS 'CAUSE
branes as the germ-laden, phlegm y
Lev. 26:38
In their Iniquity" ( ,
Is loosened and expelled. ,:rk v% GIANTS O. AND
In view of this
Even if other remedies have 39) pronouncementsome TWO SINGLES OFF \
failed, don't be discouraged your are disposed to say that their QUIT YOUR POPPfN1 : DIZZY DEAN %
druggist is authorized, to guarantee case Is hopeless. To meet this attitudeof ; !I.y
Creomulsion and to''refund OFF, DIZZY
your despair the prophet assured them
money if you are not satisfied with
.<' results from the very first bottle. that God had no pleasure In the deathof T 9i 0 GOSH! DIZZY ,

V :V- (Pet Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) the wicked, but that hIs sincere desire -
was for the wicked to turn from

their way and live. Regardless of

what their past had been, they were
given the assurance that the future

BAllBlR'S ITCH 7-l r 01'$ was bright If they heeded God's com

S mand and plea. No one need to despair SAY, WE'LL

; because of sin, for God's grace Is greater POWDER EV'flY '
( ITCH than human sin. BALL VCTHROW /(, US T00 (
V. The Sinner's Personal Responsl I j jf ,

bility (vv. 12-20).

;,,.. woRM c.9Jt.Gf.Ot" SKiN God created the members of the race -'V\1\ \\L / / / / ;

E personal beings, giving them freedomof

choice. They' have moral discern. ".> "V..g

ment enabling them to distinguish be. HATE TO BOTHER YOU, MR. DEAN, l IF THAT'S WHAT THEY WANT, i HOPE
For that maddening Itch that almost
drives you mad, try Dr, Porter's Antiseptic tween the right and the wrong. They BUT THE CHILDREN INSISTED I CALL '.: THEY'RE GETTING GRAPE-NUTS FOR
Healing Oil. It is not a fancy choose therefore according to the UP AND THANK YOU. ( CAN'T TELL YOU BREAKFAST 'CAUSE THERE'S NOTHING
preparation but, Oh!, how it works! It
kills the parasitra' that cause most cases quality of their being. WHAT IT MEANS TO THEM. AND THEY LIKE GRAPE.-NUTS FOR STRENGTH AND

of the itch.sore At and the damaged same time skin., it helps heal The following principles govern the ALL WANT TO BE LIKE YOU ST ONe; ENERGY. I KNOW -- 'CAUSE t EAT

Thousands who had tried everythingelse sinner: AND HEALTHY <'> IT MYSELF r\\
for sore, itching; and broken out 1. Past righteousness will not avail -/
skin say that Dr. Porter's Antiseptic .r
HeallngOU was the only thing:that ever for present sins (v. 12). When a ,
gave them anything like real "
relief. righteous man turns to Iniquity his
You'll find it wonderful for all cases of
itch Including "Athlete's Foot" (Ring past seeming righteousness will be or yh>
Worm jand Eczema. Dr/ Porter's Antl-
, fceptlcIiealingOil is made by the makers no avail. 0 ':> {\1II 1 S+ .
of Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine and 2. Past sins do not make impossible I .h y ;rf i emu.ss
Is sold by all druggists at 30c and 60c
with a guarantee of satisfaction or present acceptance with God (vv.
money back. 12-15). By virtue of the operation of

the law of habit, every sinful act Allt:

makes It harder for the sinner to repent -

If Weak, Run-Down, but God's grace Is such that If
the sinner repents God will forgive and II

-' Feeling SluggishCleanse restore.

3. Restitution required (vv. 15, 16).
your intestines ol waste
The proof of penitence Is that far
matter-don't allow ,
tinue to accumulate and poisons breakdown to con as possible, the sinner makes amendsfor Boys! Girls! Get Valuable Prizes Free !
your' vitality and health. For biliousness wrongs done. I
,dizzy spells,sick headaches
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of appetite, due to constipation, take God holds man'responsible for his own
Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative deeds. The child Is not condemned Just send the top from one full-sized,ycllow-and-blue package ,
Powder for quick relief. It Is because Dizzy Dean Winners Membership of Grape-Nuts, with your name and address, to Grape-Nuts s
of the deeds of
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mild-but effective-.it acts gently. Pin. Solid bronze,with red enamBattle Creek Mich.,for membership pin and copy of the club a p:
nor can It be said that the fathers eled manualcontaininglis'tof37niftyfreeprizes.AndtohaveloadsNuts f.}
yet thoroughly and removes that lettering. Free for 1 Grape-
clogged condition of the bowels. Get save eaten sour grapes and the chll- package-top.In sending for of energy, start'eating Grape-Nuts right away. It has a winmembershippinaskforPrize30t.
the large yellow tin box from your Iren's teeth, are set on edge. This ning flavor all its own-crisp, nutlike;delicious. Economical, f
druggist. Price 25c. Joes not do away with the law ofheredity. Dizzy Dean Winners Ring. Something too, for two tablespoons with whole milk or P'
you'll prize. 24-karat Kold- cream,provide more variedYiourishment than
DR. of .
HITCHCOCK'SLaxative Regardless what one'spast
plate.Free for 2 pack 1 .
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life has been God's grace In IIge.toP.ln rderlDgrlQgbesure 1935. Good only in U. S. A,) AProductot
Powder Jesus Christ blots out his record and to ask for Prize 3 07. General Foods

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The Clewiston NewsI

,,1936 Master De Luxe and Standard Chevrolets are Replete with New Features .

I ublishod every Friday in Clewiston,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, .. '
Inc. .

Keathley Bowden, Editor ,} ,:.frk.; }"-J'>.+ix.,}.".; ir(; 'y( : ;adda<6G.4 an2.AsCnla qrya

Entered as second class mail matter -

( February 1, 1927, at the Post

Office in Clewiston, Florida, underthe
x.,:?,: .; %': : '
Act of March 3, 1897. ;: r s 4SsY
h'otix ?'Fy'Q} : ; s wxearanr'tf f: %9w ti 1ti / :; 1 11 1'l

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year

Advertising. rates 'on application.

Devoted to the advancement and

welfare of Clewiston and HenJry


Armistice Day came on the right

day this year, giving a two day holiday f ya } -

instead of oae .as usual.

Kentucky went Democratic and N/

the G.. O. P. stuck went down several

Anyway we can be thankful drat s

the' Yankee storm, freak storm,V or r ,"r pD vfl4u

whatever kind you may wish to callit

didn't decide to curve inland a

hundred miles further north.

Mr. Hopkins says no more work ':arr.

relief jobs for those not on relief

rolls before November 1, so if you

are one of" those who didn't sign up -4 tJ?'.

prior to that date it looks like you'reout \

of luck.Headline.

New Master De Luxe and Standard Chevrolets for 1936 show marked Either Knee-Action or conventional springing may be had in the Master

says Landis is pressingsuit advances in appearance and in engineering. Perfected hydraulic brakes,highmodels.. The illustrations show: Top left, the Master De Luxe sport

for licenses. If the state adds compression engines with full-length water jackets, and balanced carburetion sedan, with built-in trunk; top right, the re-styled, deeply mouldad radiator I

more licenses to those we already are among the mechanical improvements. The solid steel Turret Top Fisher grille, used on all models; lower left, the simple arrangement of Chevrolet's
many body u now used on the Standard as well 'as the Master De Luxe models. perfected hydraulic brakes, all models; and, lower right, a Standard sedan.
pay, a lot of us will not onlybe

pressing our suits, but washingour

clothes well.

as ,......'.-...."............................................................................''JI. ''I during the winter months there'll be that newspaper advertising is the I i people of this section in a manner

Clewiston residents, as well as .,? I many a tattered tent erected on most effective, of all can console I. which no other publication in the

residents of every other lake town J TOO LATE TO .:_!: somebody's vacant lot while canvass themselves with the thought that world can afford.

will rejoice at the news that con- banners will announce the openingof they can obtain ,wide sectional cov-:

tracts are soon to be let for the pav- :| CLASSIFY ::_:: "Revival Services" and hundredsof erage for relatively infinitesimalcosts And, as we have stated before, it .

ing between Belle Glade and Twen- 1 .%. folks who pass up the church go as compared with the figures may be of interest to advertisersand

ty-Mile Bend. f to the Side-Show in search of sal- "
1.--'" ',' quoted above. readers alike to know that the
r hr vation. .
Billy Sunday, probably the greatest BY + Fortune tellers In costume A page' ad in the Press will cost combined circulation of the Cler-
evangelist the world has ever 3 RUSSELL KAY :!: will pay plenty for good 'street corn- an advertiser much less than these mont Press and Saturday EveningPost

known, died Wednesday night at the .l 1 ers for they know that the publi four figure quotations above, but it, is in excess of three million

age of 73 years. Though many do l likes to be fooled. Smart looking or any smaller, space, will reach the copies per week.-Clermont Press.
-nnt--- agree with-,---- the method----- he--- used--- ..._yo..nr.n........_..............-..-...-.........-........-.._........_.._.. .. .......0.0. 0.0._........_.....,.,..., gentlemen will appear here and _. _
-'-- --
in teaching"the gospel, the good he u
there under the auspices of the P.-
Welit, looks like Florida is fixn' -
has done in the world will remain
T. A. the Chamber of Commerceto
to get a nice big gob of advertising or
indefinitely as a monument to his this winter with the Governor's lecture ,on this: or that, at so much ,MOW TO "KEEP EDUCATED '-

memory. Committee per Bla Bla and folks with a yen
spendin' hundred
a Read Daily the World-Wide Constructive News in
thousand or more, the Citrus Com- for psychology will attend to learn
NO MORE mission; around four hundred thou- "Why we act liko Human Beings"or I
An International
"You, Answer to Every Problem"and Daily Newspaper
sand and the Florida National Exhibits
Residents of Pasco county are wind ad- It gins all the coi.ilructltTe world news knt don not exploit crime and
preparin' to set New York usually up by taking Men Hke the "The World
: up scandal. column i Day"-nens at a glance for
making preparations to commemo- vantage of the special course of tree busy reader, It has Interesting feature races for all the family. A
its ear'
on with
rate the 100th anniversary of the a bang-up display of Weekly Magazine Section uiltlen by distin:silsbcd authorities on eco- .
Florida at Rockefeller Center. twelve private lessons for $10.00. nomic, social and political problems, elves a surrey of world affairs. P. r.
Dade whose - - -
massacre, only parallelin - -
And it. is all helprul. It will all Then to make matters worse Flor-
The Christian: Science Publishing Society
the- Custer disaster
history was
tend to bring more people and more I Ida's Great Winter Carnival offersan ORe Norway Street. Boston MassachusettsPlease
in the Dakota territory 42 years lat added attraction enter my subscription to The Christian! Science Monitor fora
to't.he this with
money state, and I'm bettin'that I
period of'
Osceola, famed Seminole warrior,
er. .
before the first of the year'our local talent cutting in on the pro- 1 year $0.00 6 month **.5n 3 ">ths$223 1 month 75c
seeking revenge for imprisonment, fessional tricksters with I Wednesday Issue, Including] M:tgaznect: on: 1 year $2.60, 6 issues 25o
tourist centers will be hard pro"sed campaign

found his opportunity against a to take care of the visitors with ev- speeches. It ought to be a WOW of Name.".........................' .....,..........,.........,.......

white settlement near the presentsite ery available room, house or apartment a winter. Address,.............,........,....,;...............................
,of Dade City on Dec. 28, 1835.,
taken.. But it's an awful tough break for Sample Copy on Request
A command of 117 men under I 1
The only fly in the ointment is the home-town boys who've stuckit
Major Francis L. Dade halted for: .
i that our, appeal t + t'"uristr and in- 'ut through the lean years, paid
breakfast that morning a few miles ,
vestors' 'through national advertising their taxes and bond> assessments
from the Withlacoochee river, just -
Ii Is 'e'qu"'1" :Ippez ling to thous bought all the licenses, contributed .
southwest of the present town of -- -- --
ands oC'r'/.at we have come to term to the Chamber of Commerce, the
Bunnell. They were ambushed by Q _..
'transients" -. f_Iks wi'hcut funds Children's Home,' and'even helpedpay -- ---
Indians and there was only one sur- I
who assume from our advertisingthat fo" the National advertising, to '
vivor-Ransome Clarke, a scout, 3 FAMOUS
Florida must offer an opportunity ITJ pushed back from the-gravy bowl MAGAZIN.ES :
who. carried the news!' of the massa-
to the job-hunter. by a flock: of outsiders who'll sneakin
cre to Fort King, located .near the (A List of 22 to Choose From li'
These misguided pepple will man for a month or so and, clean up "
present city of Ocala.
age to get down here some way. tJ-'en fold their tents; gather up their: AN) [
The spot where the massacre oc- They'll hitch-hike, fix up an old j'I Jack and blow, leaving the local

curred is known as Dade Park and rattle-tra;. r, rive; a truck down merchant, local theatre and local r
is maintained by the state. Leadersof The
for some fruit broker or walk all business man to hold the bag all Tampa Daily Times
the centennial observance are go-
the way if necessary. (I I
ing to invite a group of Seminole,
feel that if >
They they can just
Indians to take part in the ceremonies ; ONE YEAR
reach Florida everything will be all iD'EItTISTE 'II
to show that all ill feeling be- ,Co'FOR
right. Timoi are good down here,
tween whites and Inldians has dis I I A DOWN R '
OF $1.00 .:
I business is booming, packing houses The prices charged by national

appeared.If : are running night and day, our ho- publications have been quoted from i PLUS 15c WEEKLY S ,:";. \ -
Fort Myers was minded, it '
so I tels all need extra help, then if they I I time to time, but to. the average citizeii "
could celebrate a similar in
massacre : ian't get anything else why there. '' the amounts are unbelievable. ) i I' \" THIS -.1 I
1839. It was on July of that OFFER OPEN TO OLD :
year I aught to te a job on the canal. I I ISo [I The highest is that of the Ladies' )
that the Caloosahatchee
massacre :: in telling the world about Flor-' Journal, which receives .$9500 ,- AND NEW SUBSCRIBERSSee
took place at Harney's point six
da, it would be well to stress In. for a single page in black ink I
miles below. Fort Myers and
now avery advertisement and in our I|' in one issue. It is interesting cornI -
'. known as Redfish point. At day-
publicity that'the ;;unemployment I I!II putatfon to estimate just how many the Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office
break that July morning, 250 Indians '
problem is just"as, acute here ?s elsewhere sales of an item selling for 5c must for Details
under Checkika and Billy I
and unless 'folks have sufficient be made to secure return of this $9500 ,-
Bowlegs fell on Col. W. S. Harney
funds to maintain themselves from profits. The -- ,, .
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at his camp killing 18 of the 30 men I'I --
(,0 under his command. Florida has nothing to offer them. Journal recently Winston-saI-1

t. Then our. advertising also attracts azine advertising: rates

. J But Colonel Harney: later to be- another class:::: and\ indications are "A contemp"oTary fol-I

' come a general after service in the we'll have 'em with us' this winter lowing prices charged by leading, national "

<-. Mexican war, survived and had his is never before; the sharp-shooters, magazines foV a full page. ad- HAY FEVER

. revenge on the Indians. He led a gamblers, confidence men, promoters vertisement: f fI I

: bunch of volunteers into the Ever- and hoodlums"'big'and little i Saturday Evening Post, $7,200;;:

;:\"'" glades and wiped out a Seminole They_ always follow the crowd, prepared I, Home Companion, $7,706;;; S

village. The bloody event is knownin to shake=down the suckers. Pictorial Review, 6,500; Pathfind-1 ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS
in I
/. history as "Harney's revenge. Florida is hot-cha for them this' ', $1,400; McCall's Magazine, $7- are

[ With such bloodshed a thing of winter with the gambling spirit rampant 400; National Geographic, $2,470; unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00

fi,'. :' the past, it is pleasing to know that horse and !dog racing, ,Cuha, |I American Legion Weekly, $1,600; Postpaid. else ..
t, Nothing to buy. Over ;>:
friends of the Seminoles, both in and bolita, slot machines on every corn- Better Homes and Gardens, $4,050; '

;:,>.," out of government circles, .are working -; er and suckers thicker than flies. Home Jounral, $9,500; Liter- 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS -

hard to save the Florida Indians.. Then we'll have the well-known Digest, $2,400; Liberty, $1,000; .
. I ..Y sold last alone.
> In Fort Myers we have W. Stanley canvasser or agent, the snowbirdwho Collier's Weekly, $5,000; D linea- year Mail $1.00

Hanson, life time friend of the Sem- drifts down here to get away tor, $7,000; American Weekly, $l-l. today for full season's relief to THE
" inoles. At Everglades there is Dea- from the cold weather. He peddles 500; Good Hqsekeeping, $6,000;

': coness Bedell. There are others. It everything from clothed pins to car- the American Magazine, $4,000; DANDEE CO., 14 North Sixth St.,

)!;;S is to be hoped that a place will be illons, seldom procures 'a license and Cosmopolitan Magazine, $4,200. MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write
".:- or
found In this native Everglades cuts in on the local taxpaying mer- "While there may be a slight'var- I'
for Free Booklet.
country for the Seminoles to find chants. iation in the prices quoted above

;themselves and )live In happin 5s.- Then wherever there Is sin, thereis they are practically correct.

Fort Myers News-Press. an opportunitY' for saviors and j''!I "But local advertisers who realize

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.y Jo Anne, and Miss Bertha Gram, of new president, Mrs. Wilfred Pi elude-Male, Quartette: I .

:;: Personal I MentionMr.sand :;;: Moore Haven, visited friends here Lockhart, elected recently to replace I i Invocation. ,. -

.!. Saturday evening. Mrs. Grover C. Poole who moved to I
'' .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. Ocala, presided at the business meet- ;i "Lovely Appear"-Choir Tallahassee, Nov. 6 (FNS).-Revision
fi i "Lord Is My Shepherd",; Mixed of commodity transportationrates
ing. The new treasurer, Simpson -
',,.,' ", Mrs. G. S. Mobley spent Misses Evelyn Hare, and Roberta took ; Quartette. I will be given a hearing by the
who Mrs. Lockhart's place
: .
the week-end in West Palm Beach.L. George, J.. W. Hampton and Harold was alsoinstalled.. Prayer. Florida Railroad Commission at

Spikes were visitors in Moore Haven !i "Just Outside the Door"-Male Tallahassee November 12. Commo-

W.: Coenraets spent the week- Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. I. D. Leidig led_ the devotion i Quartette. ,7 dities on which rate revision will be

end in Jacksonville. al service and Mrs. J. E. Beardslcy "Ave 1\larla"-Violin. Solo. considered include tile, tar or_pitch,
was in charge of the program. The ; sugar cane and dolomite. _
Offerotory-"Still, Still. WithThee"
A. L. Linquest and son, Al-
study lesson was given by Mrs.' V.
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, of Moore len, of Omaha, Nebr., and Fort My- A. Allen. i -Mixed Quartette. _

Haven, visited here Monday ers visited Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Wil- "List to the Voice"-Duet. "
Plans were discussed for the ben-
-- liams Wednesday. L.
efit card party at the Inn Friday I Processional-Choir. B. MershonAGENT
A. X ,Ward was a business visitor ---*"- s afternoon following which the host-
of the choir include
Mrs. V. C. Woodward: returned
in Miami Saturday.Mr. .
ess served hot gingerbread to the Mis. G. Potter
J. ,
soprano. Kay
Sunday from a visit in Sparta, Ga.
many members 'and guests present. Lawler, contralto. New York
Her mother, Mrs. R. L. Merritt, returned F. M. Wright, 1st Life
.- and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez I with her for a visit. tenor. M. E. Yenawine, 2nd tenor.

spent Saturday in Fort Myers.Mr. BARBARA ANNE TRAINOR R. N. Smith, baritone and J. E. Insurance
HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Beardsley bass. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mr ; -
and Mrs. Tom Hurst !
were -
and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons, E. C.
Fort Myers visitors Saturday. Barbara Anne Trainor had as her I YOUNG PEOPLE'S : FLORIDA
: Jr. and Solon visited'with Mr. and ,
.. .
..> ., guests Tuesday afternoon, Patsy TUESDAY AT SOUTH BAY 1 I
Mrs. Solon Crews in Fort Myers
.,. .;. ;, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford spent Sunday. Meredith and Jimmie Wolf, Jr., the I
in West Palm Beach. occasion being her second birthday
," Sunday All of the young people of the I
'" .. anniversary.The Clewiston j. m. COUSE
Community Church have i
Among those shopping in, West
':- .Thomas Jones, of LaBelle, visited children enjoyed refresh- been cordially invited !
to attend
\ Palm Beach Tuesday were: Mr. and a i I If. Counselor and Attorney at Law
friends here Friday Mis. R. Y. Patterson,. Mrs.. H. A., ments of ice cream and wafers. 1\1rs-f. young people's rally which Is to beheld I 1 Hopkins Building 'J
Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. Jimmie Wolf in the church at South
Bestor, and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Paf- Bay Wednesdays and Saturdays
Halsen Avant, of Ocala, spent'the ford. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe were also I next, Tuesday evening and are urged 9:30 to 4:00

week-end here with relatives. present. to join the Union which is being I

--- T. E. Renick returned Friday : formed for the' entire. Okeechobee

Miss Mignonne St. Martin spent from a two week's vacation whichhe NEW ARRIVALSMr. I area.

the week-end in West Palm Beach. spent in Memphis, Tenn., W. C. Dr. D. J. Williams will give the

W. W. Liddell spent the week-end Raft, of Ashland, Tenn., returned and Mrs. W. H. Guthrie an-I principal address and following the Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH

in Sarasota. with him for a visit here. nounce the birth of a baby daughteron I i
Monday, November 4. The young I 1

1 lc ) MrsJoe Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thompsonand lady has been named Heather Mau ,...................................................................................... 1 1 1i I I i
de Velde Lake-
spent several Harbor Fla.
reen and marks the fith generationon
4; son, Douglas, Jr., have moved
days this week in Moore Haven. I
here from Fort Myers to make their her mother's side.

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. H. home. They have leased a house in
Moltz and Emma Jane Ezelle spent Sagamore Court. Mrs Thompson is Mr. and Mrs. Manning Carter announce -I I Good FarmLand 1

Tuesday in West Palm Beach.., a sister of Mrs. E. C. Mills. the birth of a son on Tues .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ':":":":":">0--:":
day, November 5. Mrs. Carter was

Mr. and :Mis.! C. L. Downs were Mr. and Mrs. GradyT. Echols and formerly Miss Doris Redish. I I New and UsedFURNITURE :%?

daughter, Lois, have moved to Lake v '
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues
Harbor where Mr. Echols will have I I
charge of the U. S. Sugar:Company'scommissary for Rent

Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Mrs. Geo. A. Yon and Mrs.. Mary G. S. Mobley entertained I I ... '.y. .
Johnson and son, E, J. Jr., have
Kettl, of South Bay, spent Monday with a ,bridge luncheon Thursday:
moved here from Lake Harbor to : BELLE GLADE :
with Mr. and Mrs. Von Mach. for Mrs. C. F. Trainor. Following a .
manage the local commissary.Mr. .

Mrs. J. N. -Moore-and daughters, I I joyed delicious throughout luncheon the bridge afternoon was .en-. |t:: FURNITURE COMPANY

and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and .
Louise, Mary. and Florine, visited :- :: .!.
po Barbara Anne'attended I
in Fort Myers Saturday.Mrs. .. RALLY DAY SUNDAY ATCOMMUNITY :| Belle Glade_ Florida
a joint birthday party for Barbara t
Anne Trainor and Barbara Lee Trespassers ''> :|!: Next Door To Theatre
A. A. Munroe and Mrs. W. I I ; 1!
Broadfoot at the home of Mr. and .

Palm F. Simpson. Beach. spent Friday in West Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot in LaBelle I the Dr.Community D. Jenkins Church Williams,announces pastor of 1 I Will Be : ........................................................................... ............. ..

Tuesday evening. Barbara Anne was t ; I.
Barbafu that next Sunday will be Rally Day ProsecutedThe
two oldand Lee was
Mr. and Mis. V. A. Allen and Sid- years and it Is hoped that a large attendance -I
Mine. A birthday cake was decorated I
ney Hoover visited in Fort Myers will be had at all services. I
for the two children.
Saturday evening.Mrs. ; Sunday school Junior church and I I REQUEST

evening service will be held with a
John B. Dotterer 'left Sat- song service and special music by, I.. I I
urday for an extended visit with -. the choir at the evening service. i I

relatives in Mt. Pleasant, S. Car. Kim Kolstad entertained a large The Men's Bible Class of the j I I Electrical Contracting

-- number of his little friends Saturday Sunday school will have a special'I
Mr. and Mis. F.A.. Ray and son,
:> CM. afternoon with a party at the homeof Armistice Day program arranged byJ. i PHONE 2121
Frank, spent Saturday afteioon
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Beardsley.
his parents, I PAHOKEE FLORIDA
in West Palm Beach.C. .
I C. Kolstad, the occasion being his Following is the program for: the i ClewistonCompany'

; I evening &eivice.. The numbers I i
sixth birthday anniversary.A song ; Agent for
L. Muellen, of New Orleans,
Hallowe'en color scheme was will be interspersed with hymns by; I
La., was a business 'visitor here this I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
week. carried out in the decorations and .1 I

in favors given to each child pres- I RANGES AND
I throughout FOR RENT-Furnished Garage { I APPLIANCESAltractivc
Games played
Dir and Mrs. F. ent. were I I
visitors in West Palm Beach Curry Tues-were I the afternoon and pop-corn was Apartment. See F. L. Williamson ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..; ", I

day a'Hernoon.Rufus served in cornucopias from a big 1 I 0
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.. jack-o'-lantern. Birthday cake and
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served late in the
cream were
L. Smith returned Monday .
afternoon.The ,. .i. ...
from a visit of several days with f : ..
Invited guest list is as fol- t. .. SALE ..
friends in Sarasota. .. .;. FOR > :::
/ --- lows: Emma Jane Ezelle, Peggy ._. .. ._. ..:..
Ward Nancy Jo .. ..'
Lawler Grace
eral Fred weeks I. Hill visit left with Sunday Mr. Hill's for parents sev- I Wright, Joan Crouch, Carline Bern- :: :;: Clewiston Home Small ,Cash Payment :!: :;:

in Clearwater er, Shirley Ann Owen, Lois Echols, x.;. fy

I Mary Louise Thomas, Larry Royal, .. .Y.

Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Coleman, of E. C. Mills, Jr., Bobby Smith and :;: .:2. :!: :s;
Tampa, spent several days here fish- W. D. Raines, Jr. .f. .. :
ing this week. :f: ::: 7 .;. :::


Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail visitedin HELD AT BARRACKS: f :: :::

Miami and Homestead for three ,. ,.. ::: .;. ::: ..i..
.:, '' ? .. .s.
days this week. Maxine Doty and Billy Dovis ':. X.s' '-; & .=.

gave a joint birthday party at their y yx

.. Mrs. S. B. Crews, of Fort Myers homes at the Barracks Saturday af- + i ..
:: .. ::
visited her daughter, Mrs. E. C. ternoon, that being Ma ine's "thir- : ; x s

Mills and family here Monday.Mrs. eeiith birthday and Billy's twelfth. X. '4 +
x.; .
E. L. Hares, of Homeland, An interesting; program of games + y (
and content':: was followed by the :: .. I
is Mr.spending Hayes. this week-end here with -eiving of ice cream and cake to the .y':. .s.;' : ; '\ fyy .

several guests. Each of those pres- yy
Ant received a favor. yyy
Mrs. A. G. Breteler Thurs-
spent Yhyy
Those present were: Mars

day in LaBelle visiting Mrs. L. W. nell, Miss Lavonia Congdon, Miss! .. .. .y. ..s.y .

Snell. Dorothy Lockhart Mrs. .Wilfred .+. .s'y.s" :*:

Lockhart, Mrs. Geo. Terrell,. Rhun- ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Collins were v.tt i A ,, 2 1
else McGehee Margaret Von Mach,, .. .. ..
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- '
Edmond Von Mach, Gus Cantrell, fy I Yhyy

.. day. -,....- Ange Willis, Carlton Prevatt, Dickj .. .. I ..y.. ..s.I .
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Titus and family Owen, Julia Ann Oglesby, Carrel I :.s._: .. fh

Reddish: Sammy Lang, Barbara and l + ., .. ..
spent the week-end in Wes } i. __ S-i. .'. ,, .'" .
JPalm Beach. Buddy Smith, Jack Dovis. and Dot I .s. :s: f 55 &; "", :!: !;-

1 Mrs. A. Bietcler---spent two days Terrell.'THE COUMUXITY CHURCH 4 H 'f\ ;;#.: ':j= \ .; U

the first of the week in West PalmDeach. .. ... .. .'." '.' ..
D. Jenkins Williams !Minister. .. < ;; ;'I'i1t'<' :'.';:':' ::: ; ...
:! 01> ( t .s.
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.,..." Mrs. M. J. Hirsh returned Wed 9: 45 a. in. Rally Day" at Sundaj .i. xfyy
nesday from Chattanooga Tenn. School. .* { v
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where she was called by the illnessof ; 10:45: a. m. Junior Church, Rally, .s. .. ..s'. ..sY .

a sister. Day. Y Pay The .Balance I Like Rent *_ :;:

Mr and Mrs. Harry- H. Turnei 7:45 the p. m.choir Special assisted song by service friends b),, ::i: :+;: WE HAVE, HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES =i= :i:

and Mrs. H. L. Delaney, of LaBelle, This is Rally Day Bo 'there. :i: :;_: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ;:: :::
spent Sunday in Avon Park and Se- ---

Jbring..; Mis.. Olin Carleton--, of Atlanta, arrived LADIES AID WITH MEETS MRS. SIMPSO' > III Clewiston Home Building!! Association II II'I :j _:

Friday for an extended vlsi t. The Ladies Aid of the Community _

I with her daughter, Mrs. W, ,F. Simp [Church met Thursday afternoon tr i PHONE

son and :Mr Simpson, 1 their regular meeting at the hom{ < -,....,.--. .-.' .'- _.- --.

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SYNOPSISThe idea, too. I could not let that sheriff Sylvia shrugged her shoulders. drum This however was not the

of yours peel off my clothes and find Alas this was no moment to talk paramount reason she desired to be

and the diamonds on me. He isn't a man with her and artfully draw from her alone.
future of the still youthful
of the day. Despite the enigma of the Jewels;
comely "Widder" Marcia Howe, recently of sufficient imagInation-or perhaps the happenings previous
released by death from Jier idling hus- he is one of far too much. I am not Inwardly distraught but outwardly despite the mystery surrounding Stan-
band, Is a conversational tit-bit: among blaming you-not in the least. We did calm, MarcIa took the letter and tried ley Heath, deep In her heart some

Wilton.housewives Eligible of the bachelors little and hamlet widow-of the best we could In the emergency.If valiantly to focus her attention upon It. thing that would not be stilled was,

ers also are interested. Marcia is lonely things have gone wrong It is no To her surprise it was a manly in- I singIng-sInging!
and has Invited her late husband's fault of yours." telligent letter, filled with town gos-

niece, Sylvia. Hayden, whom she has "But you trusted me. I ought to have sip, to be sure, yet written in delight
never seen, to visit her. A stranger CHAPTER VI
on the verge of exhaustion finds his' watched. I should not have left the fully interesting fashion. _
I way to Marcia's home. Secretly, he kitchen day or night" declared Marcia "Your Mr. Fuller sounds, charming,"
asks Marcia to hide a package contain- lifting her tear-stained face to his. she said as she gave It back. In the meantime', the throng of neigh- OATMEAL TO
ing Jewelry. She does so. Elisha Winslow -
town sheriff brings news of a "You have been there most of the "Oh Hortie Is all right-In some bors Sylvia had precipitately left In

jewel robbery nearby. The stranger time haven't: you?" ways." Patronizingly slipping the let- the village post office had received HELP KEEP FIT
gives his name as Stanley Heath. Sylvia "I went to see them get the boat off ter Into her pocket, Sylvia shifted the their mail and reached that antici-
by chance, discovers the Jewels, yesterday." subject. Nevertheless, a betraying flush pated interval for gossip which never
believes Heath Is rob-
and naturally a
ber. She realizes that Marcia must have "Still some one was here. Sylvia colored her cheeks. "Now we must failed to be stimulating. It may be one of Nature's lowest cost
hidden them, and decides to say noth- was In the house." start dinner, mustn't we? Don't you Clustered about the counter loiteredthe foods, but lucky is the boy or girl who

ing, putting the gems back in their "Yes but she knew nothing about want, to ask Mr. Heath which way he standbys. gets it for breakfast every morning.
hiding place. Marcia admits to herself his eggs-poached or boiled? Zenas Many are nervous, poor in appetite,
have prefers Henry
that she has altogether too deep an the jewels and therefore may not was speaking:
Interest in her guest, but Is powerlessto realized the Importance of staying on And ]Marcia while you're there, do put "A mighty fine little girl-that Sylvia system diets lack out of order of, because the their Vita daily

overcome"It. Heath has wired "Mrs.S. deck. All I asked her to do was to a pair of fresh pillow-slips on his pil- ," commented he. "A high stepper min B for enough keeping fit.* precious .
C. Heath, New York, saying he Is
safe. lIe also orders a man named remain within call. She may have lows. The ones he has are frightfully We'd oughter tie her down to Wilton, Few things keep them back like a lack
I' Currier to come at once. Sylvia, In her gone upstairs or into another room." umbled. I meant to do it this morn- so'st she won't go back west She's of this protective food element.

,! room, bedecks herself with ,the Jewels. "When she comes back you can ask ing." too pretty to be spared from the Cape." So give everyone Quaker Oats_every

;., s At there.Marcia's approach she hides them her. Now we must pull ourselves together As the door closed behind the elder "I figger you'd have trouble keepin morning.Because in addition to its gen-
of Vitamin B for
erous supply keeping
" dear," went on Stanley gently woman artful young Sylvia smiled. her here," rejoined Sam Nickerson, fit*it furnishes food-energy muscle ana

"It Is important that we do not give "There That will keep, her busy the postmaster. "She's got a beau in body, building ingredients Forabout J%c
( CHAPTER V-Continued ourselves away. Sylvia may know for a few moments at least. I know her home town. Had a letter an'' a box per dish.:

i r'7," -' nothing and if she does not, we must those pillow-cases. They fit like a of candy from him today. Same writ!' Start serving it tomorrow for a 2-weeks ,

f.. Therefore a very different Marcia not let her suspect. snake's skin and are terribly hard to an' same postmark on both of 'em J I test. Quaker Oats has a. wholesome,nut-

(:",: Howe responded to Stanley Heath's She rose but he still held her hand get off and on." noticed." like, luscious appeal to the appetite.

f:'. summons. a common misery routing every She crept into the hall and listened. "Didn't by any chance see the name, Flavory it., surpassingly good. All grocers -

t l-.-: She was now all gentleness, friend thought of conventionality Yes Marcia and Stanley Heath were did you, Silas?". Eleazer Crocker In supply

liness and shyly penitent. The firmness and magnetism of his talking. She could hear her aunt's quired. *Whtrt poor condition h due to loci of Vitamin B

L"'' Stanley, again master of himself touch brought strength. It was a new_ gentle insistence and the man's pro- "Wai come to' think of It, It did
welcomed her with amazement. Could experience, for during her life with tests.: That was all she wished to catch my eye. You know how such

I:.- man ever fathom a woman's moods, he Jason, Marcia had been the oaktheone know. The pillow-cases were 'in proc- things will. Fuller he's called Hora- Ic worth of

\. asked himself: ? Why this chasteneJ who consoled sustained. For a ess of being taken'off'. tio Fuller." ou

f1; ; and distractingly adorable Marcia? few: delicious moments she let herself Up the stairs flew Sylvia to returna "Horatio Fuller, eh?" Eleazer re uo G Quaker Oats

h. Well, if he could not fathom her, he rest;; weary and unresisting, within second later, the jewel case swathedin peated. "Kinder high soundin'. Wonder equals

;:' at least was grateful for her under- the shelter of Stanley Heath's grasp. its loose wrappings."If who he Is? From Alton City, you 'say." i 3 cakes of Fresh YeastQuaker

f- standing. Then she drew away and, passing her I can only scramble It, in there Silas nodded. 0.

: Nevertheless he did mentally observe I hand across her forehead as if awaking before she comes," whispered she. "I "That was the address."

f- he had not dreamed her to be so many- from a dream, murmured : shall draw the first long breath I've "Never heard of the place" Capt

a?:- sided or credited her with a tithe the "I'd better go down. Sylvia will be taken since last night"An Benjamin Todd put in. and Mother's Oats are'the same

r fascinations he had so unexpectedly. comIng." anxious Interval elapsed before Thoughtfully Zenas Henry stroke

t discovered her to possess. "Very well. Now keep a stiff upper the brick was pried out and the case his chin. "If everybody knew when

g-' "Here I am, Mr. Heath. What can lip" slipped beneath It. Nevertheless the, all the blasted places -in the countrywere UnderstoodJud

(- I do for you?" was her greeting. "I will-I'll do my best." ,feat w'as accomplished and trIumphant what use would they have for Tunkins says music speaks all

,.\ This time she did not hesitate, but Even as she spoke the outer door relieved, happy Sylvia set about maps? 'Twould put the map-makin Languages, but so does a gas bomb.

f.';: went directly to the chair beside his opened, then closed with a bang. preparing dinner. folks clean out of business. Say r. Eph-

;:. bed and sat down. He smiled and ."There's Sylvia now. I must go." ,. What a long while MarcIa was-stayIng raim" inspired by a bright idea.

|,'., meeting his eyes, she smiled back. The girl came in, aglow from her upstairs Why, one could change a "you're the mail carrier. You'd oughterbe

'f-. This was better. Heath sighed a sigh walk. I dozen pillow-slips In this time."I primed _on the location of places P'

:. of relief. "I'm awfully sorry I banged the guess they are tighter than I remembered Where's Alton City?"

': "I've been thinking since you went door" she apologized. "A gust of wind them. I needn't have rushedas "Alton City? Hanged If I know. To

(;, down stairs about Currier. He ought took it. I do hope I didn't wake up I did," pouted Sylvia. "What can hear you talk anybody'd think 'twas to of flour

|;,: to arrive late tonight or early. tomor- :Mr. Heath. Here's the marketing. And she be doing?" my job to, tote round the country dellverin' a cup
t'; .; row morning. He will start the moment When at last Marcia returned some- for most recipes
. Marcia, what do you suppose? I had letters In person at the door .
1- he gets my wire. Although he thing evidently was wrong. of every house in the United States.

L' will ,not know In which house I am "What's the matter?" demanded Syl- "But you must have some notion

,;, quartered hevill have the wit to via. "Is Mr. Heath worse?" 'bout geography. Ain't you got no pocket I f

: inquire for he has more than the ,ordinary "Worse? No indeed. What made you atlas nor nothln'?" .
i...:, quota of brains. I don't know I
think so? ,
A- "I may have a small map some-
'; what I should do without, him. I shall I "
"You look fussed.
wheres ; I carry most everything,
r:, have him leave the car in the village "Do I? You'd be fussed had you Ephraim grinned. With deliberation,

:, and after he has delivered' over the wrestled with those pillow-slips as I he began to disgorge upon the counter

clothing he is to bring, he can take have" was the reply. "Either the pillows the contents of his many pockets.TO .
: the noon train back to New 'York, carrying have swelled or the cases have
7 the jewels with him. shrunk frightfully. Well they are on
"I nodded Marcia.
see, now "
t She did not see. Nevertheless she "Come and get dinner then. I'm Furry-Day, Annual Fete; BAKING POWDERSame

1:2;. heartily welcomed the Intelligence starved. My walk has made me hun-

I; that the'jewels with their damning evidence gry as a bear. You must go out this Its Origin Is Unknown price todayas

:, If evidence it was were, to be> 7w; afternoon, Marcia. It is a gloriousday Furry-day Is a fete-day observed annually 45 years ago

removed from the house. The sooner !+, and you need to be pepped up." and only in the town of He -
--:::: they were out of the way the better. To her surprise, :Marcia demurred. stone near the extreme tip of Cornwall, 25 ounces for 2SC

cI- If they were not damning evidence "Thank you, dear but I think I England. The origin of the festival
Manufactured by Baking
-:, they at least were a great responsi won't go out today. I'd rather sit and the origin of the name are both Powder Specialists who make

bility. here and read." lost In antiquity, says Literary Digest. nothing but Baking Powder.
Suppose something were to happen "Nonsense, MarcIa! You're getting Local legend connects the festival wIth '

". to them? Suppose somebody suspected middle-aged and lazy. You'll.lose your the name of the town. It is said thata j:' : .
in the house? : .
they don't \:)
nice slim hipless figure if ;you huge granite block lying within the
"So continued Heath "I
watch out. town up to 150 years ago formerly Jay
think sometime today when have
you + jI "I'm too tired to go out. at the door of hell ; that Satan carry
a good opportunity you'd better get Popular Singing
ing it for diabolical
"The air would rest you. away purpose
the case and bring it up here. I ,shall Singing that puts the baby to sleep
with encountered St. Michael, and
Not dear Marcia said
then have it here: in my room and I can today, is the most popular kind.
that, fleeing from the victorious saint
hand It over to Currier without \ finality. "I have some mending to do
trouble." I and lots of other little things that I he dropped the stone In his haste.

"I'll go fetch it now. Sylvia has have been saving up for a long time. been Thereafter memorated the day of the struggle with has fiiiffIi] PLXMouTlLIji !

. gone to the village and this Is a splend Since I prefer to stay, why don't you annually,
Michael the saint of the
d chance" cried Marcia. tramp up the shore and see 'My Un- town. as patron AUTOMOBILES I

"Fine !I" known Lady'? She Is beautiful and
The celebration is observed by a
"I'll be right back." "Hush, Marcia. The Jewels Will Be you haven't seen her yet. morris-dance called variously the $& OO in Awards for
pe heard her speed down the sirs Found." "I'd love to-if I cannot coax you to 75
faddy-dance; fade-dance or furry-dance. WIFUR
a' d listened to her step in the roomr go out." 4 Shipperswho
a letter from Hortie Fuller-that fellow Possibly the name furry may be a corruption -
flow. "You can't. I'm adamant on not
back home that I've told you from fair, O, from the second prepare their pelts carefully and par-
Then there was silence.A stirring out of this room. ticipate in Sears 7th National Fur Show.
about He's sent me a five-pound box mind Is made to line of a verse In the tune always sung; You don't even have to sell your furs
few moments later she came rac- "Well, if your up through Sears. FREE new Tips to Trappers
of candy and he wants to come to 'durIng the dance: ,.
back, white and breathJ ss."They're that extent, I suppose there is no use book tells how you may share in awards.
jig Wilton and spend his vaca Robin Hood and Little John
summer Also how Sean* act as your agent Betting
she cried. in my trying to change It. I would like
gone "The you highest value I we believe
tion. They both are gone to the' fair, O.
I The to see the boat""I'm obtainable for your
place Is empty jewels are not The girl's eyes were shining and she And we will to the merry greenwood, Curs. Mail coupon below.
sure would. Stay as longas
there breathed quickly. you To see what they do there O, --. o ..rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrMail
Her terror and the fear lest her you like. There will be nothing to f
"Of course I don't care a button for And for to chase 0, to point
do here. Mr. Heath will probably below nearest to
pallor foreshadowed collapse producedin Hortie. Still It would be rather good To chase The buck and doe. you:
and in the meantime I shall get SEARS ROEBUCK and CO.ChicagoPhiladelphiaMemphis.
Heath that artificial calm one some- fun to see him. It seems ages since sleep With Hal-an-tow, ,

times sees when a strong nature reins I've laid eyes on him. You know howit my sewing done. Jolly rumble, O. Dallas-Kansas City-Seattle r .

itself in and calls upon its reserve is-you get used to a person who Is As Marcia spoke the words, her Formerly, the entire village, took
Please mail me,without cost or obligation fur
control. always under foot. You have to think mind was busy. part in the dance and anyone failing shipping tags and latest edition of "Tips to
The man thought only of how to about him If only to avoid steppingon So Sylvia had not stirred from the to 'observe the fete if detected was Trappers."

quiet her. Reaching out he touchedher him. And after all, Hortie isn't so kitchen on the previous afternoon ridden on a rail and dumped into the Name........................... .<.......
hair. bad. Thinking him over from a distance The theft of the jewels must, then, river. The dancers walked two and
MarcIa. The Jewels will be have taken place during the nIght.Nevertbele'ss. Postoffice..State.........
"Hush he really Js rather nice. Come two during the first half of each verse

found. Don't give way like this. I and sample the candy. It's wonderful. she was, puzzled, for .of the tune; at the second half the first Rural Route. ...........Box No.........,.
cannot bear to see you. The whole He must have blown himself and sent she had no memory of finding any m'an'turned the second lady and the
Street Address...........................
lot of them are not worth your tears to Chicago for it, poor dear I I'll let thing awry when she came down at second man turned the first lady. AU S5W2U

"But you left them In my care. It you see the letter, all except the part sunrise to lay the fire. doors In the village were left open and rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr-rrrrr-

was I who suggested where to hide which Is too frightfully silly. You -' When had the gems been taken, and at their will, the dancers might traverseany
moaned."I who had taken them? No wonder she Patchwork Pomnants: Colorful silk assort-
them, wouldn't, care about that I don't my- house and garden. The day was melts for quilts, cushions I tugrs Write fir
know. And it was a splendl< I craved solitude to ponder the'con un. always closed by a balL Interesting booklet listing liargiuns.Valteru
Noveltr: Silks. 33 Bond 1st.. New' York Citj.
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:. Two robbers looked disappointed OWN ,SIMPLE, FROCKI!

:;.:. -.: ., when they held up John Ilanlon, OUR COMIC "
.' clerk In a Waukegan, 111., ,fruit stand, i SECTIONTHE PATTERN 8COO

..- and got only $1. Hanlon said he
would go back to the rear of the .
stand and get some more money. r
The bandits thought it was a good

idea. Instead, Ilanlon seized his: J. .
handy shotgun and come out withit I FEATHERHEADS By O.bome Sound Sleep J -Y t tJQ

to his shoulder. The robbers fled, ___ _
thoroughly frightened. Hanlon was? WWi' "'(OUR / (E.AH- GoT ONtD 'T '
a little frightened, too, when he triedto PATAMA CoAT S SOAKED PctTTING RAIN LAST rLL SAY--A BU?

shoot and found the trigger mech- IS ALL DAMP3X/ : 'CHEwtNDOVI NR wr ? S10RM CAME UPI I
inlsm jammed. I DURING

Read the Grape Nuts ad In another I

column of this paper and learn how u

to.join the Dizzy Dean Winners and !
win valuable free prizes.Adv.Its I fi

A frown Is said to have no cash -
value: but it may keep pests at arm's
length. _



Mothers read this:

I TO RELIEYIN61COHIT1PAT1DR > LENTy F';i.f' ; .. t"e-o'li > CAtfT SLEEPLr1.A "
fiRe WORtCS-ot. i 'J
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A cleansing dose today; a smaller I :
quantity tomorrow; less each time \\
until bowels need no help at all.
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Why do people come home from a
hospital with bowels working like a !
well-regulated watch? 7m 1

The answer is simple and it's the I U

answer to all your bowel worries if
you will only realize it:many doctors

and hospitals use liquid laxatives.If <

you knew what a doctor knows Lives there a Junior Miss who
you would use only the liquid form.A couldn't "fall"! for this smart yet
liquid can always be taken in simple school frock We just know
gradually' reduced doses. Reduced Waatarn N tpap r Uofoa she will want to make her first fall
dosage is the secret of any real relief frock from this pattern, because It's

from constipation. -- so very easy to cut, assemble and

Ask a doctor about this. Ask your FINNEY OF THE FORCE "Ted O'LouJh1in: -- Smoked Up stitch, and If :Mother is too busy to
druggist how very popular liquid supervise the operation, take the pat-
laxatives have become.They give the \ tern and some pretty cotton to sew-
right kind of help and right amountof OH-WAS THAT ing class and work on it there. The
help. The liquid laxative generallyused U'DAY MR. .SQUITCM, J 3'outhful.square neck adopts a scarf-
is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.It SoR -( like collar to slip under its tab, the

contains senna and cascara-both '-" LflCIAt.1TNE % f puffed sleeves have a hearty slash.
natural laxatives that can form no '. .', ''"''''.'_-. .' : LWU ) Action pleats grace back bodice and
habit, even in children. So, try Syrup skirt, a box pleat, the side front
Pepsin.* You just take regulated :\ skirt.
doses till Nature restores regularity. Pattern OCOG> may be ordered onlyIn

sizes G, 8, 10, 12 and 14. Size 12
requires 2% yards 36 Inch fabric
and %" yard contrasting. Complete
Dignity Is something you exhibit
diagrammed sew chart Included.
when you raise children properly. J
l Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor
stamps (coins preferred) for this
pattern. Be sure to write plainly

Send your order to The Sewing

Relief of Chills Circle Pattern Dept, 232 West'
Eighteenth St., New York, N. Y.

and Fever .

Don't let Malaria tear with : Use Everfast Sunnidell Prints
you apart DID PASS
its racking chills and burning fever.Trustto r ,AMP HE WAS P 1)) SUM=rHI 1M OUTANTf-'< ,for Daughter's FrockThe
no home-made or mere makeshift rem- ,.AL! edies. Take the medicine prepared espe- DID YA GET OH- WELLWNATEV: >:R )/ charming school frock illustrated
i above be the
for Malaria-Grove's I will envy of all who see it
cially Chill Tonic. Tasteless / AMYTHlUC? OUT fl-- IT WAS I ' KEEPING. They come in many attractive designs
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic gives real X OF HIMMisunderstood- ? YOU'RE } \ _--- and the very latest colors. Everfast Sun-
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tific combination of tasteless quinine and ; HAT / and are also guaranteed against shrink
tonic iron. The quinine kills the Malarial _r :\ ing.",It will be :your daughter's favorite-
infection in the blood. The iron buildsup r1i"trd yours; too, when you see what a stunning
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further attack. At the first sign of any Sunnidell Prints. It's economical, too. Be
y to ask for Sunnidell Prints
attack of Malaria take Grove's! Tasteless a sure at your
local dry goods store. Should they not
Chill Tonic. Better still take it L!
yet haye the latest patterns in stock,
during the Malaria season to ward off drop a card to Dept. EB, 232 W. 18th
the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonicis l3m St., New 'York City for FREE SAMPLES
absolutely harmless and tastes good. and name of nearest dealer.-Adv.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now
comes in two sizes, SOc and $1. The $1 .
'fr. size contains 2/ times as much as the SOc AN AUTO RELAPSE
;, size.and gives you 25% more for your "How's your wife getting along
Get bottle today drugstore.
money. any with her driving, Abe?"

Wataro Nswpapsr teios t l "She took a turn for the worse

Lady's Painful Trouble list week, Moe.

Helped By Cardui CRUELTY, MUM Wearing Him Down

Why do so many women take Car- Circus Ringmaster-Iley, you, hurry I The manager of a circus was hearing
dui for the relief of functional painsat up. complaints from his employees.;
monthly times? The answer is Lady Animal Trainer (who lisps)- "Well," he said to the miserable-
that they want results such as Mrs.HerbertW.HuntofHallsvilleTcxas. Pleathe, thlr, 1 can't find my panthers looking India-rubber man, "what's
Ringmaster-Never mind about your wrong with you?"
describes. She writes: "My healthwasn't clothes. Go on with your act. 1 "It's the strong man," said the other."What's .
good. I suffered from
cramp- he been doing?" asked the
ing My pain would be so intense it would
nauseate me. I would just drag around, Preparedness"By man ger.
so sluggish and 'do-less.: My mother de-
time he writes the lettershe
cided to give me Cardui. I began to mend. the way, Mary, did you pack "Every
That tired sluggish feeling was gone and my cooking outfit, too? I'll want to Mrs. Stnltt-Supposing, Sue, I deduct uses me to rub out his mistakes' ,"
the pains disappeared. I can't praise Car
dui too highly because I know it helpedme. fry some of'the.! fish I catch." from your wages the cost of the explained the freak.
consult." .a.physician If Cardui does not help YOU "Yes, dear, and jou'll find a can of dishes you broke? ;
sardines packed right with It." Sue-Shure; Mum, In that case it's All in Pieces

meself'd be like the dishes. Jack-Can you let me have a dollar? C' :

1'",,,,,, BRAKES ON Fred-A dollar? Are you cracked?
Soon Will Be Jack-Worse, I'm broke!

"Did the plumber come down-to in-

S/IN.. spect"eYs.the" pipes this morning[ TOUGH TALK 4fP ,

e needs more "What did he say,?" .. 'cw +w
? ,,, than cosmetics "Do said, tQel'e'was nothing the
Beauty of skin comes matter, but he could soon remedy I
from within.Whcn con ". 'i
that. -
atipatioaclogstheporeswith -
intestinal wastes
cE BAMPt-E with Garfield Indirect Blame
FR Write sn Tea.Helps reline the
po1VA cloggedsystcmgrompt- "Mother, did you know Freddy. brokea
mo'o yeMY. Ir,mildly,cffect!"ely.AI "Mary please call Tray" window In Brown's house?"
Breo yourdrtigstor 25e&10cGARFIELDTEA
"I'm sorry, pop. but I can't you see "Mercy, no. Bow did that happen?" "Waiter, this chicken Is very small."
I'm not speaking;; to Tray since he "Well, 1 threw a rock at him and I "Yessir, but it will take you a long
broke my doll." he dodged." time to eat, It."


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Caloosahatchee the 'game, Clewiston 11, South Bay I Third Grade Monthly Honor Roll The last countrys, 1 will not name, Redish pitched with W. McGehee assisting ,

2. {,-Sue VonMach, Annette Simpson, Nor: the ones that won the war, '
12th Grade Honor RollKatherine Christine Redish, LaDeeh Peters. But Armistice was ,finally declared, Clewiston scored one run in eachof
Cacography Wiandt, Vincent Oglesby., Florins Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll And we hope peace reigns for ever- the following innings: first, third,

-- Moore. Willie Smith, Ralph Silva, Chris- mor 6 fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth; three kin
(Continued rrom page 1) 11th Grade Honor Roll-Bob tine Redish. the seventh and two in 'the ninth. W'
rock. She has left,the natural rive. Patterson. I Fourth Grade Spelling Honor RollIEric But now Italy has started one, South Bay scored in' the third and
bed and Is starting one of the num 10th Grade Honor Roll-Dorothy Belcher, Peter Parker, Esly But when the eleventh comes again seventh innings.

erous cut-offs across country. Crew I Bethea, Dorothy Hare, Gladys- Wil-I Swigner, Robert Wilson, Marianne England might help Ethiopia, The players were: E. Clark, C.
of relief workers from LaBelle of lis, Ethel Willis. Jones. I And again peace will reign.So Roberts, R. Paterson, C.. Clark, T.
fice are sorting the rock out of tin 9th Grade Honor' Roll-LeRoy Fourth Grade Monthly Honor Roll Moltz, C. Redish, L. Hare, J. Wvinn,
spoil here and piling it at the wat Hare, George Smith, Francis Wright,I-Eric Belcher, Peter Parker, Billy 'celebrated. is -November the M. Stone, J. Waldron, W. McGehee,
er's edge to be picked up by barges: Violet Bethea, Bernice Guthrie, Bil-I Perry, Billy Redelsheimer, Esly. Sur- i eleventh, V. Oglesby, W. Owen H. Vaughn, J. .
and used as rip-rap. ly Hooker, Roberta Spicer, Bill 'giner. I To many countries of the world, Long, O. Winn and J. Wlnn.'
Junior Engineer L. M. Knapp was Owen. Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roil i While many a country The Clewiston Tigers lost their

on the job at the Bucyrus yesterday, '8th Grade Honor Roll-J. D.I-James Howard, Anne Pafford, Floats their flag unfurled. ", 'I first game Tuesday, November 5,
and this morning 'comes the sad Hooker, Richard Patterson, Louis I Sonny Vaughn, Gloria McDuffie, in LaBelle. The final score was La-
news that his wife died last nightat Leiter Mary Warren. I Dorothy Adams, Charlie Ivey, Bea- A masquerade party was enjoyedby Belle 12, Clewiston 10.
Fort Myers. Our sincere sympa- 7th Grade Honor Roll-Barbara trice Pratt, Roy Stewart, Lloyd Gei- the Senior High School, Friday; Those who attended the game
to Laurence Knapp in his be- November 1, at the school building.
A. Smith, Margaret VonMach, Julia ger. from Clewiston were: Dorothy Hare,
reavement. Ineyitably these partingscome I I Many feats such as the one yard race
Ann Oglesby, Renee Wethington, Monthly Spelling Honor Roll- Billy Hooker, Mildred Ward, Peggy
in every lifetime, calling for and puffed wheat relay were parti-
Dicky Owen. James Howard, Elbert Hooker, Beatrice Gallant, Christine Belle, Miss Sue
all our courage and faith. First Grade Honor Roll-Harriett Pratt, Gloria McDuffie.J. cipated in with much hilarity. After,I| Maxwell, Ann Mathis, Florine Moore
At Ortona lock, right here near Alston, Patricia Bailey, Joan J. Sheppard LaBelle enteredthe these games, Bunco was played un- I;i and Mr. Beacom.Mrs .
the bridge, some excavation is go- Crouch, Helen Davis, Peggy Lawler, fifth grade this week. til refreshments 'of Pumpkin Pie .
I j Ray Mitchell and daughter
ing on,- but mostly they are waitingfor Mary Ellen Smith, Faith Mitchell, Sixth Grade Honor Roll for .Oc- were served. I!1 Fay Lou, also attended the game.
the pumps to arrive to drain Mary Louise 'Thomas, Junior Mc- tober-r-John Bethea, Gus Cantrell, Mrs.Vard, our home room mother -I:
their swimming pool. However, all Cracken. Carrol Redish, Beulah Guthrie Jacqueline and Miss Lockhart, our homeroom I I i .
the inspectors were hard at work,, Second Grade Honor Roll.-Nora McKenzie. teacher acted as hostesses. I I TRUCK.,!' CALLED OUT
busy with the great amount of figur- Oglesby, Mayme Johnson, Caroline Spelling Honor RollIda.Mae. We' are very glad to have with i iI I I TO FIRE IN CELOTEX
ing and estimating necessary before Selee, David Belcher. Ballard, Jacqueline McKenzie, Katherine I us. again James Johnson,, a former!
field work starts. The railroad spur Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll Watton, Janice Wynn.ARMISTICE Clewiston pupil, who has attendedthe !j Clewiston's first fire alarm in
is still under construction-there -Nora Oglesby, Wilma Tengle I South Bay school for the past many months was turned in Wednesday -
will be about a half mile of it. Marie Moats, Caroline Selee, Shirley'I I six years. | morning when a. kerosene stove

I called next for the first time at !Moon,,.Audrey Johnson, Dalton Carr, By Dicky OwenIn exploded in one of the Celotex cot-
MacWilliams' headquarters at Citrns I Mayme Johnson. I 1918, a hard fought year, 'SPORTSThe i tages in the west part of town. The

Center. They have their usual nea't I.. The second grade pupils are studying Which many a country'were in,, Clewiston High diamondballteam I| service of the fire department was:
plant; an immaculate office, the about Indians this week. Theyare A beaten country-.or two said, won their second victory of the j not needed, however, as the fire had
quarterboat splc and span In white making clay bowls along' with i "A hard fought war In which we've, season Thursday, October 31, when' been extinguished when the truck
paint, all the' equipment set out as, the, study. I I been." they defeated South Bay 11-2. C. i arrived. 1JfJ

if with rulers about the yard. The ,______
Inspectors were out on the -job and .
I didn't have time to walk down to ..-.:..
h ,
the draglines, so I couldn't ask many I ,

questions. You know, I never saw I "

such a company to work big and .';.,. '',, ',.. :.J:, "t ,.
talk small! ;-." "'.' ., "=' .. dJ10w ',;/ ';;.',
A ]$' ,.
Lots more news-no more space.It 014 :
gets to be a habit. But take the 4 14 .c

loop Sunday; go out the old Moore 4;

Haven road to the railroad and go ,._.
down to Ortona lock, then drive on
to the practically completed lock' at
Moore Haven. You'll never get a
.." '
/jlliVfc \Hf
? s.-i"*
better chance to see the very start
and the finish of almost Identical

structures, in one afternoon.

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Clewiston School News ;

Florine Moore, Editor I!' ;' ,,' ;: { i{ } :

Louise Bussey Associate Editor ; ; :
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Bob Patterson, Sports Editor ': : 'C ''''' "'

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Junior-Senior high school with ; _
low "A" averages on subjects: I ',;"/ : ;.-" _
Barbara Ann Smith, Julia Ann I !t! ; : M THE NEWc" :: 'tV r

Oglesby, Renee Wetherington, Dicky I : ,, .
' Owen, J. D. Hooker, Pick Patterson : '
,Katherine Wiandt, Bob Patterson. : :

r, Gladys Willis A, Correction Bill Owen. > CHEVROLET FOR 1956 f: < ,,;J:

There will be an all day holidayfor ;
the Clewiston school on Armistice .-( "

Day, November 11, Monday. ,
' All teachers have expressed a desire
.t-. to cooperate with the noon I i

toacher; especially on rainy noons. I! 7 P4/ied
All teachers will try and be back at i
the school house early as convenienton T- ;
rainy noons. :
/' I' I ,.tl. .. : __ ,
. Pupils arriving up to 1 (one) p. '," :. ; ;..;:
:'' m. are not to be counted tardy. : ,. ,',<. 'd' ,.. ,: :''; y:, }\:, ;;: :f;;: :;;'

; 'afternoon schedule begins '
The I ': "
a whenever the noon take-in bell
'" The afternoon dismissal is as .
, ,1' time early as we take ii. ADVERTISEMENTi i
:: noon. -
(- :". The purpose of the above Is to I H 7I'71&vc

avoid confusion created in the halls Id I .
with many children inside during,' RaW PERFECTED riTlHE Chevrolet :Motor Company climaxes a quarterNO DRAFT VENTILATION

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-VonMa'ch -Ifce,efed,end ,moo''',*' ever developed/ Chevrolet for 1936-the only complete low-priced car. the beautiful and
most comfortable bodies
Mr. M. E. the school I I, ,
':. board member sent .over to the I This new Chevrolet is the only car that; brings you all ever created for a //ow-priced car

school about' 200 useful little book I i., f e these good things at lowest cost. The only lower-priced v
lets. I i i car with New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes. The only' o --
Mr. W. L.' Beacom noticed, in vsiting'the -
:: lower-priced car with the Improved Gliding KneeActionRide.
:,: rooms, the classes were using IMPROVED GLIDING
".. the booklets in History and .* The only lower-priced car with beautiful newHIGHCOMPRESSION

r:,. Health classes. ,I" KNEE-ACTION RIDE* .' Body by Fisher-new high-compression valve-in-head- VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE
' The third, fourth arid fifth grades the jmoofnetf, tafttt rid. of offSOLID
/ '
. I ; engine-solid steel Turret Top, and many other im- giving even better performance with even ,
are enjoying the use of song booklets :I
Mr. VonMach sent to 'them. 't provements which give smarter, smoother, safer an. lett gas and oil/ i j I

Miss Matteson,,, the registerednurse I 1!I : s more economical motoring. .r. ', : .
at the city hospital, donated ,,'
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and ride
See in the only complete low-priccdcar--today!
, a year's copies of Hygenia, also many STEEL one-piece
magazines will be useful In I :I TURRET TOP Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prizes and the new greatly reduced making driving taster and safer
'; ar! and health work. i of G.M.A.C.6 per cent time payment plan-the lowest financing cost in
-crown beauty, a fortress of>afefy G.M.A.C. General than ever before .
A Motors Value.
history tALL
One magazine is very: helpful for I I
literature. It gives about a thirty i

page profusely Illustrated story of:

Miss Matteson also gave to the _
Science AND UP. List price of new Standard Coupe at Flint, Michigan. With '
Department Nature .
, a study
note book which she prepared. It bumpers, spare tire and vtire. lock. the list price' is $20 additional. :, ::\.
Kn'ee-Action on Master Models additional. Prices quoted \
consists of pressed, well mounted only, $20 v .
In this advertisement are list at to rr
and subject
Flint, Michigan
and named leaves and twigs of .fifty- .'. ; '.
change without notice.CLEWISTON. .
one trees mostly foreign' to the stateof I.

The entire faculty expresses
thanks to Miss Matteson for the
above gifts to the school.. MOTOR CMPANY
Mr. Marshall Yenawine very
courteously consented to go to South

Bay with the boy's diamondball team Clewiston Florida
Thursday, Oct. 31, Clewiston won

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