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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'. 'VOLUME 9, NUMBER 44 Ii CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEARHurricane

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Gate and Lock-Dry- Goods Store I Over, 200 Men Cut Off ---- ,1:'?1J J;

To
Move Sunday I



Is Completed By Latham The Clewiston-Dry- Goods Com- U. S. Engineer Payroll J


X) -- pany, Inc., formerly Greene's Store, __ n -
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will move to new quarters over the '

Largest of Structures Hunting Season To week-end, according to Joe Schroeder Hydraulic Machines Layoff To Be CompletedBy -t

manager of the store. The room

Built To Date Open WednesdayWherever in the Hopkins' Building formerly To Work In RiverThe Middle Of .2

occupied by the, Sugarland Cafe Is :

:'- Is Accepted being remodelled this week for the Next Week

a group of men has occupancy of the store.It Standard Dredging Company, .i

." ',. -- been gathered together for any is said that the office of the low bidders on three sections of the ,
," ". The E. H Latham Company of length of time during the past week "1'
Caloosahatchee The of
National Re-employment Servicenow river work in Divis dropping nearly a hundred :
West Palm Beach and Toledo, 0., one can safely figure just what Is '
located in the city hall, will ion 8, expect to start work on the workers from payrolls of the U. S. j
week finished their contract on the topic of conversation for
this next :
move into the room now occupiedby contract about December 1, accord- Engineers this week came with the

.'\ the combined hurricane gate and I Wednesday morning ushers in a the dry goods store as soon 'as Ing to information received this suddenness of a bursting bomb to
lock at Moore Haven and are now new hunting season, and local nim- the of
I it is vacant. week. personnel the engineering department --

tearing down offices, assembling rods are busy: polishing up shooting The move will give both the store The first machine which they will) on the Okeechobee-Caloo-.

: equipment and making preparationsto I I irons and grooming their best pointer -I and the Re-employment office a move to the job is the 20-Inch hydraulic sahatchee project and the fact that ':
move to Okeechobee within the or setter for the initial days hunt.
great deal more room and better locations _dredge, Diesel. Two other the axe-wielding will not be finished
next few days., Final acceptance was Game is said to be plentiful in
before the middle of
hydraulic machines of the same sizewill next week has
made Tuesday by officials of' the the county and a lower: state license created of
be used on the contract. an atmosphere uncertain.
Corps of Engineers and the rate is expected to bring hunters -
many The In .
Atlantic Dredging and Con- ty every department.Capt.
great task is finished, only a few I I into this vicinity from all parts DREDGE struction Company (MacKenzie) Richardson Selee, in charge

I 4 j ; days past the date set by the gov-I of the state this year. Many local WELATKA IS started' work with their big Bucyrus of the Clewiston sub-office stated today

\ : ernment for its completion. Addi- hunters will leave at the first of the 'that the reduction
in
on Section No. 1 of Division 8 personnelwas
tional time of several days was season for deer and turkey groundsof SENT TO CLEWISTONTO last Monday night at midnight. The made necessary because the dis-

granted because of loss of time due the Big Cypress section In the Company has moved its offices from trict had failed to secure certain anticipated
to three hurricane' warnings this southern part of this county and
Clewiston to LaBelle and this week revenue for carrying on

fall. Collier county while others will con- TIE UP IN CANAL are moving the little houses which some of the work. Some of the projects

The contract price was $466-' tent themselves with hunting birds i have been used by their employeessince had cost more than estimatedand

715 and work 'was started and ducks closer home. --- the start of their contract together with the half million

about the middle. of October of last The federal stamp js still neces- The U. S. Hydraulic dredge, We- here. These houses are being load- dollar appropriation cut, funds were

year. Excellent progress has been sary for migratory birds so duck latka, assigned less Chan a month ed onto big trucks and moved In one very low and it was ,found that prac-

made and the finished job is as hunters are warned to visit the post- ago to a job at Okeechobee, City piece to LaBelle tically every project, aside from actual ,-

pretty a piece of work as may be office and purchase one of these finished that work last Friday andwas construction contracts under-

seen anywhere. stamps which sell for $1.00. immediately ordered back to way, had, to be suspended pending --

: : All of the inspectors have been -- Clewiston where It will be tied up Kiwanis Club Elects the :receipt of' additional funds. He

transferred to other, jobs with the School Board Has after next Wednesday unless it Is stated that the shutting down of the

exception of Fred A. Flanders who assigned to some job outside the Lawrence PresidentThe dredge Welatka would cause the

wiH move Into the new lock-tenders state. discharge of between two and three,
Meeting In LaBelleThe
house within a short time to take The work at Okeechobee consisted 'hundred men by the middle of next

over the supervision of locks in the of digging a deep approach chan- annual election of officers of week.

Caloosahatchee River and probably nel from the deep water in the lake the local Kiwanis club was held at The rip-rap and maintenancecrews
a portion of the levee maintenance. Hendry County Board of Public cut off this week wellas
at the mouth of Taylor's Creek and the Watanabe Hotel Wednesday ev- were as

Chief Inspector C. F. Trainor is to 'Instruct on held their regularmon'thly when she was moved ,there, her officers ening and A. W. Lawrence, Clewis- many of the machine operators

have charge of the Okeechobee gate, meeting last Saturday at and crew' believed that they ton postmaster, was elected to the find tractor drivers. A program had --

also under contract to the Latham EaBelle with all members_ present would be located In that vicinity for office of president for the coming just recently been laid out by the
Company, and two of the inspectors and among the chief items of busi-
a year or fourteen months. The appropriation year succeeding T. B.: Shelley. A. A. office here to purchase several more
from this job Fred and H. F. ness was the decision to again hold
Gary cut of three weeks Munroe was named Vice-President. spreaders and spread muck on the

,>" Ingersoll have already been assign- meetings of the board every other however, made itself felt here ago and The new board of directors is I slopes of the levee to stimulate the

edto- that job. Some of the others, 'month, in Clewiston. i as there was no additional funds to composed of H. R. Hall, I. M. Pa growth of grass and prevent erosion.
::. : at work the river"afd'othersContinued At the last'regular meeting of the f-I'
; are on ,
This well
carry on' the work: at Okeechobee ford, W. W. Perry, A. W.Sias, program as as nearly every
.I
,' ( on Page 8)) board it was decided on the advice : the dredge was ordered to return G. Alston, Dr. D. J. Williams and I other such program had to be

sof' the county attorney that it would I to Clewiston. The trip back across A. O. Ward. The directors will meet dropped.

Red Cross Makes not be regal to hold meetings other the lake and around the navigation prior to the next meeting and namea :Next week, Capt. Selee said, the

than in the county seat. M. E. Vori- channel required but thirty-six new secretary. I cut 'would be felt at the warehouse
Mach, Clewiston member of the
All-Time Record hours, the dredge being out ,on the Before the election of officers the ., here and to a greater extent on the
board was not present at the meet-
river work. Several inspectors have
lake just three weeks'to 'the day members of the club were treatedto

ing and at a special meeting held from the time she left for Okee- a talk by R. B. Walker, a member already been cut off on river projects
recently entered his protest againstthe and more will probably the
chobee. cf the Kiwanis Club in Hollywood.. go
Smashing all-time record in
,an action. A communication in regard -
force of inspectors, about forty, to
discussed the Kiwanis work be-
He
disaster relief This week the dredge has
the been
operations, Am-
to the legality of the matterwas
reduced to thirteen fourteen.
or
erican Red Cross in 1934-35 pushed I sent to the Attorney' General digging a deeper channel at the end ing done by the club there and ex-Abe
(Continued 8)
Page
upward to ,new heights in its service'to I|who referred the matter to the State of the Industrial Canal at ,Clewis- plained a plan of interstate meet-i on

the people of the United States.Superintendent of Public; Instruction ton, adding about four feet of depthso ings which has been worked out by '

Elbert L. Stewart, Chairman' of the Upon reading of his reply in that should! the elevation of the Ham Hammerstein, member of the F. S. P. A. Meeting

Clewiston Chapter, declared in a re- which h3 stated that the Clewiston lake drop there would still be amplfwater I Hollywood club and prominent state

sume of the year's 'outstanding ac-* meetings were legal, it was moved, for the dredge to float out Kiwanis worker. |r In Sebring Nov. 8-9
again through Mr. Walker also gave an interest-
complishments. supported and carried that the meet- the hurricane gate.
One hundred and sixty times in I ings again be held here on alter- The sand Is being pumped ipto the ing account of the recent storm in
thirty-seven of the forty-eight states nate months. flat back of the Clewiston Inn and their section and its effects and of Sebring, Nov. 14 (FNS).The
the attitude of their section toward annual convention of the Florida
and three insular territories, the will no doubt be leveled off and
Red Cross rushed relief into communities -I Motion was also made, secondedand beautified later. the proposed road No. 26 from South State Press Association held here

.. carried that any partial paymentof Bay to Miami which he stated was November 8-9 was termed by offi-
torn by hurricane, ravaged I Capt. F. D. King stated Wednes-
state funds received by the board: more than favorable and that they cials as one of the best In many
by devastating fires, inundated by day that work in the canal would
should be distributed_ equally amongall were utilizing every means to have years. Prominent publishers from
surging flood waters beneath be
or cringing probably finished the latter partof *"'
the of the county teachers.It work started as soon as possible. all sections of the state were in attendance -
blight "disease.In .
of the week and that next Wednes-'
was decided to borrow $6,500
and while political
the 160 catastrophes the day many
c or Thursday the entire crew of
from the First Bank of Clewiston
aspirants were seen on Sebring
greatest number of disasters In any il j! for the payment of teacher's salaries the dredge with the exception of I Indian Brave Is streets and in the lobby of the Hotel
one of the 54 years of Red Cross himself and the Chief Engineer
and bus drivers' salaries in
Sebring the entire as
history, 611,000 victims, of would be laid I program pro-
off
many
unless there camea
( full to the first of November, and Jailed By OfficersCharlie mised by President Berg, was devoidof
them injured, were given relief and change of orders in the meantime.
P a new start in life by the Red Cross, I: checks are being distributed, this Capt. King said that In nineteen politics, with the exception per-
i afternoon.
This amount will not take
Mi. Stewart continued. years dredging haps of the address by special assistant -
experience he had
care of janitors' salaries and other
Buster Seminole brave to the Postmaster General
Most devastating of recent disasters never before been
on a tied
were the New York flood claim- [such incidental expenses it is stated. up. dredge I from the lower Everglades, landedin Hon. J. Austin Latimer, who in ringing

lives Another teacher Is to be added at C'ewiston' the first of the week tones ,urged continued belief and
ing 36 and the Florida hurricane -I
the Harlem school next week. The There is a rumor that engineers showing plainly the effect of hav- support of the national administration.
which swept hundreds to deatha
few months I colored school has an enrollment of from the Savannah District of Army ing imbibed too freely of the white .

Red Cross ago. 119 pupils and only one teacher. Engineers have asked for either the man's firewater, and not long after At the annual banquet, a brilliantand
membership has advanced -
steadily Eight grades are taught. Welatka or the Gulfport for work in his arrival was taken Into custodyby colorful event, Russell Kay, Sec-
during the past two
Mr.__ VonMach stated this week the Savannah River and as it is officers and placed in the LaBelle retary of the Association, aced as
years, keeping pace with the increase -
in service that unless additional funds were generally understood that the Gulf- jail to serve a five-day sentence. toastmaster and In his usual man
and it is expectedThat
during the coming Roll Call :I forthcoming within a short time port has been ordered to Mississippi, Such an event is not unusual for ner kept things moving with Intro-

period-from November 11 to "that anticipated revenue: would not there is every likelihood that the the Seminoles show a great fond- ductions that were crisp and snappy,

Thanksgiving Day.-the' ( carry schools longer than another Welatka will be assigned to thatwork. ness for intoxicants:: and are seldom even If lacking in dignity and ora-
5,000,000
three months. The slot machine tax Her present ladder is not long temperate in their drinking. The torial proclivities.Hon. .
membership goal will be reached if
not surpassed. ]II is expected to provide additional enough to dig in the river there at thing which made the biggest Im- Doyle E., Carlton, the only

In conclusion Mr. Stewart said, revenue, he said, but considered high tide and it would probably he pression on residents of Clewistonwas other speaker of the occasion, 101-

'_ "We are justly'proud of these record things in a sorry plight when schools necessary to go into drydock'while his little white dog and its devotion lowed Mr. Latimer, giving a masterly

breaking had to secure revenue from. these a longer ladder was put on. to its master.It address in which he urged returnto
accomplishments, but
gambling devices.HANDBALL arrived thinking and practice in
as Admiral Grayson, Chairman of seems that when Buster sound

the American Red Cross pointed out WORKERS CONFERENCEAT in town ho set down the little bundle I solving our, governmental problems.

in a recent letter to ,your chairman, COURT BEING MANSE MONDAYThe of clothing which he carried on the I Selection of the next meeting

we must not be content to sit back BUILT AT CITY HALL corner by the Clewiston Supply and place and the election of officers .

and rest on past records. What made a bee-line for the liquor store. occurred at the closing session Sat-
we
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t worker's conference of the Here his condition and re- Daytona Beach won out over
.a f have done is only a drop in the they saw urday.
A new concrete handball court is Community Church, which includesall but for the Spring meet
'r bucket compared to the task fused to sell him drinks, customers Lake County :
before us."It's great under construction Just south of the church officers and teachers in gave him a couple of bottlesof lag, usually held in March or April,
entrance to the present office of the the' Sunday school will be held Mon-
for the
chosen
beer Pensacola
to fix him up "just right" while was
a big job
growing
bigger every -
National I day
Re-emplovment evening at
Service. the .
: manse.A
day, and the and make it necessary 'for officersto annual meeting In the Fall.
only
through
co- The court is twentysix'feet
operation' of the American peoplecan in supper is being prepared by the lock him up.The little dog lay George L. Burr, Jr., publisher of

we put it over. width and- forty feet in length andis committee, of which Mrs. W.' F. down by the bundle of clothing and the Winter Haven Herald, was chosen -
built of reinforced concrete. A Simpson is chairman Following the -
Every in the refused to move for more than president for the ensuing year
person vicinity of mesh reinforcement is' being used.It meal the business session will be
elected
Clewiston will be called twenty-four hours. Diffetent ones by unanimous ballot; others
the Roll Call period from upon November during Is understood that the court is held and various phases of the gave him food and the bundle and were Robert .L, Sikes, Okaloosa

'11 through Thanksgiving'to renew I tions being built by the city with dona- church work discussed. the dog were both finally taken into News Journal, Crestview, first vice

I their membership, and if are from members of the person- --- the Clewiston Beer Parlor and have prisedent, Irma M. McAlpin, Plant
you nel of the
not already a member you will be sugar company offices and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston were been taken care of this week by Pete City Courier, second vice president
the
,called upon to join the"greatE'st 'office pf the U. S. Engineers, .the guests of Mrs. Alston's parents, Chagaris pending the release of Henry Hudson, TItusville Star Advocate ,,
ser-
and Is to
vice organization! in thE world for bo used primarily! by, th m. :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Willingham in Buster from jail and the reunion of treasurer. while Russell Kay
exercise!
[Moore Hgve Sunday afternoon, dog gill} m ster. i of Tampa was reelecte4 eeretar3..

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THE CLEWJSTON NEWS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1935




News Review of Current CONSTITUTIONALITY the Gnrrpy
; a highly controversial

BRISBANETHIS measure, is to be passed on by the

Supreme, court. The way was opened SEND FOR
THIS GIFT!
Events the. World Over when Justice Jesse Adkins of the District -

WEEKBay ''of Columbia Supreme court granted -

to the Carter Coal company a temporary DIONNE 'QUINTS'BIRTHDAY

injunction restraining govern-

of Fundy Power President Raps Tugwell for Budget Prediction WPA ment enforcement of the act.

Religion Aids Mussolini In allowing the issuance of a temporary BOWL

I Cheap' Eggs; for Soldifcrs Job Program; Moves Rapidly-Farmers Indorse Injunction, Justice Adkins denied -
another order which would have
Government Railroads? Control for' 1936.
Corn-Hog
: restrained the government from collecting I-
.
Governor Brann of Maine Is unwilling ; ([: the penalty prescribed by the
to share expenses, and President "" '. ," act for
:
_r .,. noncompliance. He directed
Roosevelt may drop' the Passamaquoddy -j' 'By EDWARD W. 'PICKARD that the coal company post a bond of
'
power project. That would he a Western.Newspaper Union. $1,500' ; a day for ten days to Insure

national misfortune.. While spending stockholders ofthe company againsta

billions so freely, It > EXrORD G. TUGWELL, undersecretary new university In Rome he said: loss through Imposition of the pen-

while to spend thirty-six little million? *-N of agriculture and once con- ; "In the face of an economic siege alty should the act be held constitu

to harness the gigantic. tide power in sidered head man of the "brain trust," I toward which all civilized people of tional.

the Bay of Fundy.Development : made a speech at Los Angeles ,the I the world should feel supreme shame,

of that project would other day that called in the face of an experiment which League's committee of 58-

supply the whole' state of Maine with forth 'a sharp rebuke they wanted to test, for the first time LIBERTY or less eminent lawyers got

and Industrial prosperity and from President Roosevelt against the Italian
be
power people, let It Into trouble by offering free legal services -
for Itself. Addressing a said :
pay In anti-New Deal litigation. Some- This offer
is made cele-
to
of Democratic gathering,
.
of
To allow the vast one
power "We will
oppose It with our most one protested to the American Bar as- brate the selection of
the tides earth to continue Tugwell asserted that Quaker
highest on
implacable resistance, with our most sociation and that body's grievance
going! to waste would be as foolish as the administrationcould firm decision Oats as the cereal for the
and with our most supreme committee has been asked for an opIn- "
it would be to cease using the powerof satisfy every contempt. ion on the ethics of the offer. It was Dionne Quintuplets, even before -

Niagara. ytC y : x humanitarian demandand However, It was announced In reported that the members of the their first birthday. You
still balance the will love this
Geneva that the duce was willing to league's committee had been cited for souvenir. A
In Milan, Cardinal Schuster, cele ;/ a.. budget in 1038. negotiate for peace with Ethiopia, and unethical practices, but the bar association beautiful design in lifetime

brating mass for those that died In Mr. Roosevelt, In a there was a possibility the league denied this had yet been done. chromium, 6"in diameter,useful -
the Fascist march on Rome, Indorses press conference, for
R. G. Tugwell the would delay for 15 days the application serving many things.
scolded, -
earnestly, praising Mussolini's"the valiant Invasion army of which Ethiopia for printing what he called newspapers "crazystories" of further penalties.! ; T HERE Is no lack of potential can- Send now: to address below.IN .

In Intrepid obedience to the commandof and went on to declare thatTugwell's King Victor Emmanuel Issued a decree didates for the Republican Presi- VITAMIN B FOR KEEPING FIT*...
putting the ,entire Italian merchant dential nomination. The latest boomto
.
assertion was almost as unfounded '
their fatherland at'the price of their -
I as the predictions thrown out marine on a war basis. be informally launched Is for Gov. 1C 1jiI'NJUr
blood, open the doors of Ethiopia to I ou WORTH OF
the. Catholic faith and the civilizationof I by many political observers' that the Prime Minister Baldwin's reply to Alf M. Landon of Kan- (i

Rome." budget probably would never be balanced Mussolini's! defiance was a blunt .assertion sas, often mentionedas QUAKER OATS

again. Tugwell's statement that Great Britain was a possibility. The
Also, according to Associated Press; pre tOi equals
wasn't quite as "wild" as the newspaper pared to resort to force; if necessary, other day there was a 3
the cardinal praised Fascism as "prom' CAKES OF
natlon'al wished by'th stories, he remarked, because to carry out the sanctions. Said he: gathering in Topekaof
the morality
Islng
:' Tugwell knew a little more about the "We mean nothing to the league If we party leaders, In- FRESH YEAST
Catholic church
budget Stan; the newspaper men. are not prepared In the end, and after cluding members of fti
Quaker and Mother's Oats are the same
and careful trial to take actionto the state committee,
The President said he and his ad- grave ,
Italian soldiers in Ethiopia, mucb: state office *Where toot condition is due to lack of Vitamin B
enforce its holders, ------------
fresh visers were about to make a study of judgments. I ,|
surprised, can buy as eggsas
many and Senator THE OATS CO.. 5
the financial situation and that until congressmen I QUAKER
,
they want at ridiculously, low prices. I Arthur Box L,Dept. 2,Chicago I1L I
Ethiopians will not eat eggs-their lie budget is finally 'drafted about the WHILE the League of Nations was i Capper I II am inclosing two Quaker or Mother's Oats I
and after
"that first of. the year not even he knows forward with Its plans for some oratory ..-..- I trademarks and lOc to help cover special l mailing -
forbids them
to
religion "devour they and handling: charges. (2 trademarks and I
what shape' it will take. Every effort, the Imposition of sanctions against Ita- unanimously Gov. Landon for Canadian readers.)
which might have life In the future, I and enthusiastically in, 1 11)c
he said would be made to hold the ly, its officials asked the United States ... .. I
but they are willing to sell the eggs to dorsed the governor for the nomination. I NlZmt..., .,
i regular government departments downto government to com"m'__ .
the Italian soldiers and let them imperil -. Landon had not indicated: AJJrttt _,.. _. .
the figures of this fiscal year, but he ment on this policy, I
their Immortal souls "devour
by whether he would be a candidate. If
would make no predictions as to emergency for the attitude of I lCil1----------.Statt-----J
ing future life" if they choose. he will, the movement will probably
expenditures. this country Is considered -
Ethiopian tribesmen have no scruples I be given formal status at the annual
-
vital to the .
about eating the chicken, once It Is suc- I Kansasday dinner in Topeka on January Without Talent

hatched, which shows that religious JOBS for 3,500,000 needy persons.by cess of the program. :29:! the seventy-fifth anniversaryof What is the good of having "per.sonality"
15, and an end of the Secretary of State
scruples take Interesting forms. What the state's admission to the Union.TWO and no talent?
dole by December 1. That the Hull replied
was promptlybut
about the "future life" that the hen '
forecast made by the New Dealers In with extreme caution -
might have produced? accidents
Washington, and it appeared probableof avoiding comment tragic airplane
the week In the United
the
accomplishment. Officials said on action
Railway labor unions plan n Wash States. The bombing
taken the huge Boeing
states will receive no direct relief allotments by league
ington lobby, to promote government from ,the government for December powers: and Inferenti-. plane built" for the army, largest' land
purchase and operation of railroads. in the country being tested
declining plane was
and that the November grants ally to coop- ----1 WITH A
Owners of some railroads would gladly will be greatly reduced. The employ- erate in the sanctions. near Dayton, Ohio, when it fell and

share the expense of that lobby, if ment program Is a month behind The answer, whose was burst Into flames. Maj. P. P. Hall, ColemanRADIANT

they could sell their railroads at a' schedule, but Is now being carried for by President Roosevelt, was sent to I chief testing pilot, was killed and four r

fair price. director of Minister Hugh at others were injured. Lleuts. R. K.
ward rapidly. Every state Wilson Berne. It HEATER
Running a railroad in competitionwith the WPA has been given a job goal only set forth the moves made by the Giovannoll and L. F. Harman risked _

automobiles, motor busses and by Administrator Harry L. Hopkins United States under the neutrality act their lives to rescue those trapped in 0

trucks is like running a legitimatehotel the wreck and were themselves paIn- LIGHTSINSTANTLY
and was told by that gentleman: and restated, our government's" hope
in competition with night clubs "The responsibility for carrying out for world peace. In press conferencesMr. fully burned. r

and other former speakeasies. these objectives, through providing Hull stressed the fact that this Another Boeing plane, re-built and you This real fine summertime new Coleman warmth heater, on brings the

work on approved projects, rests country will continue to move Inde- undergoing tests by the United AirLines coldest winter days. Comfortably heats any

l' Russia Is a successful spy hunter, squarely on you." pendently to keep free and untangledas crashed against a small hill average installing.i room Makes in a short and time.burns its No own connecting gas from

having convicted, on the average' one President Roosevelt has promised. near Cheyenne and the, four occupantswere ordinary gasoline. Portable...carry and use it
every six hours, according to "Collier's. anywhere. Costs less than Zf an hour to use.
-
DEALERS have scored a ma- hurled to death.
NEW Lights instantly. Just strike a match turna
victory, and are correspondingly A:MERICAN citizens are not respecting valve and out flows wave upon wave of

If; In Russia, you are'convicted of elated. ,By a majority of something the embargo on shipments to suffered one of the clean cheerful healthful heat.

spying, no second conviction Is ever like 10 to 1, the corn-hog producers Italy and Ethiopia to an extent that HONDURAS in its history. Fully See Your Local Dealer-or write ua
for Free Illustrated Folder.
.
necessary or possible. have voted for a ] satisfies' the administration. Thereforethe 115 deaths resulted, and the property THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.

; These 100,000 spies, tA. earn their' continuance of the President issued this statement: damage Is estimated at $12,000,000, Dcpt.WU400, Wichita, Kons.; Chicago Ilt.i

money, must keep International suspicion crop adjustment 11 "In dealing with the conflict 'between half of it sustained bf the United Philadelphia,Pa.; Los Angeles. Calif. 6400]

alive and that helps to keep through another year. j Ethiopia and Italy I have car- Fruit company. Reports of the dis-

i-. war alive. Incomplete returns J ried .info effect the will and intent of aster reaching 'Tegucigalpa were

).. from the referendum I the neutrality ,resolution recently "enacted meager and vague, and the mortality REJUVENATIONBy

Rejoicing in the fact that "the 13 showed that the pro- by congress. We, have prohibited list may' be greatly Increased later.WANG OxidationSecret
Ilia, and health lies
: years .of the Fascist regime have not was favored by all of of long youth
ammunition
;, : gram ,shipments arms, in Oxygen for the system."HEMOSAN"
passed in vain, and the world of. plutocratic a majority In every I and implements of war to the CHING-WEI, premier of contains this oxygen prepared BO that it
s; and conservative egotisms is' one of the 33 states belligerent may be taken internally.
governments. By my pub
t' and two oilier officials Send $1.50 for a bottle to
; obliged to take note of this," Mussolini from which votes were I lic statement of October 5, which was were wounded by an assassin In Nan MERROL LABORATORIES PORT CHESTER, H.Y.

( denounces League of Nations sanctions received emphasized by the stateon
i secretary of king. Martial law was declared there
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N aimed at him as "a preposterouscrime "It Is only natural October'10, we have warned American
Chester C. Immediately. The Rengo (Japanese)
destined to Increase disorder that we should be citizens against transactions of
News crediting Chinese sources,
and distress In every country." pleased with the ap- Davis any character with either of the belligerent said the agency assassin was a member of the Quick, Complete

, parent approval of adjustment given nations except at their own
central executive committee of the
'Pan-American Air Lines asks air by corn and hog farmers," said Chester risk. Pleasant
Kuomintang (ruling Chinese party). t.
travelers: "Shall we serve cocktailsto C. Davis, AAA administrator, as "This government, determined not Chinese sources asserted he was a

passengers?" he watched the returns come In at to become involved In the
controversyand citizen of a foreign power. The Reuters
The answer should be emphatically Washington. "If the final results bear 'is anxious for the restoration. and (British) News agency reported ELllMHMTllO9Let's N
"no.First the out present indications'another voluntary -
;" average cocktail Is maintenance of peace.
Wang's assailant was a Japanese newspaper -
unfit for any stomach, except perhaps contract will be offered for both" "However, In the course of war, man.POLITICAL. be frank. There's only one way for

i' that of a carrion-eating hyena ; second corn and hogs." tempting trade opportunities may be your body to rid itself of the waste mat

r !H has been proved more than In a formal statement Davis em- ters that cause acidity, gas, headaches,
offered to our people to supply materials in Washington is and dozen other discomforts
gossip bloated feelings a -
(i once that alcohol and flying do not phasized earlier assurances that the would
which prolong the
" war. Vic Donahey of Ohio intestines must function.To .
your
;
AAA would seek 25 30
mix welL a to per cent
he'
I'do, not believe that American invited the administrationto make them move quickly pleas
be by
r may
increase In
hog production next ,
year
wish for abnormally'In griping
will without
people be the Democratic candidate for antly, completely,
. The President saying the "need for Increasing the
Inspected "fortifica. creased profits that temporarily might Thousands of physicians recommend
: tions" .of the Panama canal," returningfrom present pork supply of the nation. be secured by greatly extending our Vice President next :year Mr. Garner, Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend
vlll be In mind In for the of course, can have a re-nomination if I
the Pacific to the Atlantic. kept plans trade in such materials nor would Milnesia wafers as an efficient remedyfor
I! Unfortunately there are no fortifications next adjustment contract." ; he reallly wants it, but there Is some mouth acidity).
wish the struggles on the battlefield
they
reas'on' to believe that he would pre- These mint flavored: candy-like wafersare
the Panama
\ on canal.: The canal
because
of
be
to prolonged
profits retire to private life after nearly milk of Each waferis
fer to' magnesia.
/CONTINUING the administration'sJ pure
its locks
depends
l' on and they, open to comparatively
to a small
accruing of public service. Dona- approximately equal to a full adult
attack from the air could , easily be
number of American citizens. Chewed
, Simeon dose of liquid milk of magnesia.
victory over
destroyed. No engineer will market their crop in a more orderly hey's Impressive
deny that. accordance with the directions
in -
"Accordingly,. the American thoroughly
govern Fess In 1932 and his well known vote-
of Agriculture Wallace -
fashion Secretary
C ,
: then swallowed
the bottle or tin, ,
, on
is keeping informed to
Warner Brothers' successful production announced a corn loan of 45 centsa ment as all getting ability lead some prominent they correct acidity, bad breath, flatus

of"A Midsummer Night's Dream," bushel on the 1035 crop available shipments consigned" for export to Democrats: to think It would be wIse'to lence, at their source and at the same

under flte direction of Max Relnhardt, from December 1 until next July 1. both belligerents.. put him on the ticket as Mr. Roose time enable quick, complete, pleas

proves courage and sound judgment.The The Commodity Credit corporation had Secretary of State Hull Issued another velt's running mate. ant elimination.

already approved this and asked a statement calling upon-American Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20

artistic picture Is a financial as wellas commitment from the R. F. C. to pro- citizens to desist from trading with WALKEIl, former mayor of and 48 wafers, at 35c and 60c respec- ,.

AU success, greater by far vide the 'necessary funds. either Italy or Ethiopia. Such trade, JIMMY York, has ended his three tively, or in convenient tins containing .r.,
than ,any recent Shakespearean wafer is
stage 12 at 20c. Each approximately
he declared, was conducted "at
production with living actors. Wallace estimated that about $lGO,- the years of self-imposed exile and returned an adult dose of milk of magnesia. All
000,000 would be advanced 4o corn expense of human lives and human
to the metropolis. Tammany good drug stores carry them.Start using

Mr. Burton, of Cosmopolitan Maga- growers under this program. Borrow misery.. Hall, which "made" him politically, these delicious, effective wafers today.

zine, asks various highbrows and ers must sign the AAA corn-hog con took no part in the welcome accordedhim Professional samples sent free to reg

brows of middling height to answer: trol contracts. The loans will be made J EARTHQUAKE tremors that were but enough ,others joined in the istered physicians or dentists if requestis

"Will world peace 'ever be possible?" on corn which, if shelled, would gradeNo. localities all the way affair to fill seven or eight boats that made on professional letter head.

The answer Is "Yes," but 3 or better. The grade require' from Spokane and Calgary to New met the liner Manhattan quaran- SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated
paid
may postpone the happy day. spies ment last year called for was No. 4. York and Boston were severest in tine. These Included delegations from 4402 23rd St. Long Island City N. Y.rt .

Among other parasites the world The loan rate then was 05; cents a Helena, where at least two persons the Friars club, the Lambs club and

bushel. were killed and many Injured. Numerous the Grand Street Boys' association of
now supports 100,000 spies-men and
thousand buildings weakened by the for which Jimmy was vice president. At I
women. Forty: :: havebeen
caught and convicted in Europe duringthe pREMIER MUSSOLINI defies the mer temblors in the Montana capital the docks there was a tremendous

past 15 years. 1 League of Nations and Its sanctions.In were thrown down and the property throng to greet Walker and his wife, '

fan Features Syndicate. Inc. a speech at the inauguration of the losses were considerable. the former Betty Compton. i

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BERMUDA AUTO BAR -------- IMPROVED Knitting
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;' J Except for a few trucks motor UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL "Bag for Crochet A tire on the truck of Farmer Harold .

-' >... cars Lave been prohibited In Bermuda Crane of Kansas City, Mo., went .'.

.--: ;.. ',' since 100S, after a series of SUNDAY i By GRANDMOTHER CLARK flat and he gave two men $40 to buy -,..
;! petitions from residents had brought Lesson new tires for him. They did not re

about the ban. One of these, signed turn. A second group saw*this and )f

-: by 112 American hotel guests, bore By REV. P. B F1TZWATER. D D.. offered to get the tires. Crane,held

.-.. '. .' the signatures of Woodrow Wilson, Member Institute ot Faculty of Chicago., Moody Biblo $40 over his head, asserting he
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'". Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) Western Newspaper Union. would not release the money until

1 and Rear Admiral Upshur, U. S. N. they brought the tires. One of the

Woodrow Wilson worded the peti men ,grabbed the money and fled -"';'i
Lesson for November 17 J
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-1 tion. Crane told' the police :.
READ THE ADS

THE RETURN FROM CAPTIVITY
Week's Supply of Postum Free .

: Read the offer made by the Postuui LESSON TEXT-Ezra 1:1-6; Psalm

,,_ Company: in another part of this pa : 126:1-6. ,:
:- per. They will send a fuliweek's supply GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord hath done !
of health giving great things for us.. whereof we are '
Postum free to How do I feel.
126:3.
Psalm
glad. .
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who writes for it.
,, *nnyone -Ady. PRIMARY TOPIC-A New Song. '
'. .... JUNIOR TOPIC-Coming Home Re- t :
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.weI/-wIiydoyouask
Any woman who does knitting
: joicing.
Despite the New
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR would be proud to carry her work
Most of the time we live better be.. TOPIC-Making a Fresh Start. and materials in this extremely pretty IT is all so simple, too That tired .)
cause of the old Ideas, not the new YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT : run-down, exhausted feeling quite 1
knitting bag. The pocket: when fin-
ones. TOPIC-Thanksgiving for God's Care. often is due to lack of a sufficiency of ";';
ished' measures 10 by 13 Inches and fg, \ those precious red-blood-cclls. Just buildup :

1. The Return Predicted (Jer. 20:1- is 'crocheted with extra heavy dark .dt tt:" these oxygen-carrying cells and the :.1

14). Mountain Craft crochet cotton. The c :whole body takes on new life... food is ,.I

It seems that false prophets 'were design, as illustrated, is the popular ,really turned into energy and strength 'N

Babylon telling the peo. Rose design. "' ..you can't help but feel and look bet,1
flourishing b'
ter. S.S.S. Tonic restores deficient red- :
Package No. 749 with brown crochet
be restored -
pIe that they would speedily '.
iV bloodcellsit also the
improves
cotton Includes Illustration, complete Insist on S.S.S. Tonic lathe appetite "
to their own land. To coun blood-red cellophane- and digestion. It has been the nation's '"
Lord moved Jeremiahto instructions, also black and whitedi3gram wrapped package.The big S
teract this the standby for over 100 years.and
$r.fld5Rehef for: of meshes. 20-oz. size is sufficient for i
send this letter to the captives in easy counting two weeks' treatment"/.. unless your case is exceptional it should

ft. Babylon (vv. S, U). 'In this letter he These instructions and diagramwill it's more economicaL help you, too. s.s.s.Co.
Y" be sent postpaid for 10 cents. ,. .,
tf.r< ;IJ ...'< Vegetable! Way advised them to settle down and ': -, i : '
their regular callingsof Complete package with. Instructions, ; ,
k ( She had quietly pursue \
given
--fdA-:_ '. <4'Z\,. ..- '.. >v j of relief anything until she but up learned partial hope life and not to be led astray by the thread and proper size crochet hook' :_f 1r q_ 1i11lJiJ.Fii_tpfffirqi x!ktf.7 :galn!
will be sent postpaid for 40 cents.
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) .: .' : I. of famous all-vegetable false prophets (vv. G, 7).
j --.. tOR Tablets (Nature's 1. The length of the captivity (v. Handles are not included.
Remedy).But now after years of chronic constipation Address Home Craft Co. B.
Dept.
biliousness Their coming ,back was to be ,
and -whatachange!New pep 10)
-new color and vitality-freedom from bowel "after seventy years." From Daniel Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St. How Calotabs Help Nature
sluggishness and intestinal This all-
poisons. Louis Mo. Enclose stamped ad-
,
vegetable laxative gently stimulates the entire !9:2 it Is clear that seventy years
bowclgivescOIJ14 time. It dates from dressed envelope: for reply when S
definite
plete o.=ug'eliminationGet means a for Information. To Throw Off a Bad Cold
vriting
I I the time when the first company was any
aZScboLAll ,
Daniel
druggists. taken captive, amongwhich Millions have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the

'ln'3w eclv at?OUT druggists-beau. was found. A Long Story I most valuable aid in the treatment kidneys, promoting the eliminationof
FREE. ttful 5 Color; 1935-1936 Calendar Thermometer : 2. ,Recovered by God (vv. 10-14)). A Niagara (N. Y.) university fresh- of colds. They take one or two tab- cold poisons from the system. Thus
S lOc roll of with Turns the(For purchase Acid Indlccstlon.of a 25o box) of NR or a God's purpose In the captivity was to man arrived and brought his own I lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
cure them of their Idolatrous practices.He bed. lIe had reason enough, how- How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatmentof

assured them that when his pur- ever, because he Is G feet !9 inches throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is colds. S
.5 Well, What Else? pose was accomplished he would visit tall. He Is Eugene B. Seymour of one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical;

If they weren't called the "bonds"of them and convince them of his good Batavia 111. Eugene Is eighteenand of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family S
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matrimony, it might help. thus cleansing the intestinal tract-of package, ten cents for the trial
purpose toward them. Their captivityhe weighs 250 pounds. the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.)
would turn away, gather them from

all the nations, and bring them Into

cfTC/-JNC OV SCA''lSCALP their own land.II. '
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S (Ezra. The 1:1-6)Predicted. ,Captivity Fulfilled :: fc.lftH5\:;; IK..lM: :tRm; :;! li 1 : ; : :::: lfJ I

S 1-4)1.. The proclamation of Cyrus (vv. fA/ : :: : (! :: t119)i I (IX' t.fD'; :::) \J@


a. This was not by accident, but ,

i 841.0 'fi.\S1 that the word of the Lord might be II I
p
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5- rCHE fulfilled (v. 1). What God has promised _
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he will do; he never forgets. : '

:Most scalp troubles involve a parasite of b. Dy divine initiation (v. 1). "The WE. SHOULD ASK FOR RI IA/ YOU CAUGHT -AM? THOSE OLD 8V/eOOlESIWFW1E u.fl'L
some kind-a living organism that
5- infection with resulting itch scales causes, Lord stirred up the spirit of Cyrus." I MISS STONE'S ReSl!<5tfATiON! ThEM/ TALKM6ABOUTVOU ( WERE SAVlrJG 1 WAS CROSS I TJRfKOAT/AM),
S crust, thin and falling hair. Here, at How this was done we do not know.
last,Isatreatment that notonly destroysthe AfJVONE ftS IRRrTABL AS : / 6IVEL two IRRITABLE / O WTSHE'S SUPPOSED
parasite but helps repair the damage I'ossibily Daniel brought to his atten- V -A x
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I
SHEilS SHOULDN'T BE THE OLD CATS APIECE -S %, 8EVOORiGAveOPCOPKE
S-S done. It is Dr. Porter's :
Antiseptic Heal- tion the prophecy of Isaiah and Jeremiah -
lag Oil and It works wonders in correct- TEACHING CHILDRENJ / OF- VOUPMIWD I
Isa. 41 :23 Jer. '23:12). Every ,
(
'dc-. ing scalp and skin troubles. Stops itch ; "
-l almost instantly. Softens and removes Impulse to do good In all men Is causedby / WLLjGLJ-1q% ; ---\al'
'. crust Cleansesand stimulates the whole / "
scalp, making it white and wholesomeand the Lord. It may have been that :i SC:> TRU1FCJL..LV'S

promoting growth of new hair. Cyrus only saw his own action as a I IMIJSIAGR
Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil Is
made by the makers of Grove's Laxative piece of statecraft-the creation of a W1lI4 j.
Bromo Quinine and is sold by all drug- buffer nation between his kingdomand :%
gists at 30c and COc with guarantee of ThEM I 512
satisfaction or money back. that of Egypt.c. I
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The content of his proclamation 5 St
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(vv. 2-4)). \
The End Counts
(1) "The Lord God of heaven hathchal'ecl
Never mind what a good beginning .
me to build him a house in t : ;

makes. Jerusalem" (v. 2). This makes clear M&iifXc .-;
that he had some impression of God's \ S(55
hand upon him. : ; )
Keep a Good Laxative
S ((2) Appeal to Jewish patriotism (v. \

always in your home 3). He invokes upon such as possess It1i /

the national religious feeling, the ; _
:'Among the necessities of ho.'ne'is _
blessing of God, and commands themto
a good, reliable laxative. Don't be
build the house of the Lord _
and
without one! Do your best to 'prevent go --,:':-,; _5 ,

constipation. Don't neglect it when God. I iGioW tiOtiR SUFFERUSJG THERE'S% A FRINO t MP4B cURSE'
yon feel any of its disagreeable sym\\:toms (3) Lend assistance (v. 4). Many of
coming Black-Draught on. for"\Ve 21 have years used and have Thedford's found the Jews were established In businessand WITH HEADACfies AMDIND6S5TiOrJt FOR"/OUJ AtWAVSjS6E1N6 AND DRANK R1iwI I ISHOULDM'T ; ANOTHER

it a very useful medicine that every family therefore were not free togo.. | I UDlb 'SOMETdlMG INSTEAD... AND ORUJK COFFEEWCfiM LOSTWIILTRV
ought to have in their home," writes Mrs.
Perry Hicks, of Belton, Texas. "I take Black- Many, no doubt, had lost their national Fcw-flM-roo..MV; WRONG Mttt VOU / SOON WAS rAV OLD I BEI-GV I F OiJ
Draught for biliousness, constipation and spirit and therefore, did not desireto : S :
other ills a good laxative or purgative DoC-roR CALLED Il' ,::. : rVW, NO AT1'J1iOtJCOFFEr4GRJGS SEl AGAW! VHVPON'TVOUTielT ACCOUNT
is needed. hye always found Black- go. All such were to lend friendly MToSUCttGUFFCOWGRATUUATlOr / ? PoS1-w I POSTUM !
Draught gives good results." assistance In silver, gold, and beasts. I .

BLACK-DRAUGHT 2. The response to Cyrus' proclamation

\P (vv. 5. 0)). The chief of the fathers :

of Judah and Benjamin and the St" __ ;: \
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priests and Levites 'presented them- 4-4.

selves as willing and ready to go.
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ht!J.ll.eSS The company which returned was S I

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largely made up of representatives of
BrADNoa: _
RUB IN BACK Judah and Benjamin.
OF EARS-INSERT _
IN HOSTRILSEAR OIL 3. The royal favor (vv. 7.11). Cyrus _S S 5:'S'' \

$1.25 All Druggists. Descriptive folder on request brought forth the vessels of the houseof S .

Also excellent for Temporary Deafnessand ,the Lord which Nebuchadnezzar
Head Noises due to congestion had carried away from Jerusalem and S
S.
caused
by colds Flu and swimming.
A. O. LEONARD, Inc. put Into the house of his gods. Nowto S
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70 Fifth Ave.,New York City have 5,400 of these vessels returnedto '\S ALWAYS knew coffee
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their owners and sent back to Jeru- : '.z=- k4' I was harmful to children .

salem to be put to their original use, 55' ...but how could it

met a hearty response by the Jews. \tih-'_ hurt meN ?"

5'e III. The Gladness and Rejoicing of S, MISS I'M Q GtD GI4 \ -" "Oh..manyadults,too,
the Returning Exiles (I's. 12G:1-G.
find that thecaffeinincof-
STONE / I UNDERSTAND fCIWJGED TO : S
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of
1. The proclamation Cyrus as a fee their
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upsets nerves
VOU IiPVE BEErV VOfe'OTHE POSTQM I cF'S s
dream (v. 1)). They recognized that causes indigestion or
Sure They Properly their going back was through the favorof MOST POPULPiR BEU DLFFERfJ1 : prevents sound sleep!"

Cleanse the Blood the Lord. TEACHER IN TrlE SCHOOL.' |\ .

I kidneys 2. Their laughter and singing (vv. If you are bothered by headaches or indigestion, or

\/pUR I ing waste matter are from constantly the blood filter- 2, 3)). They not only recognized this can't sleep soundly .try Postum for 30 days. It
'-- contains caffein. It. is whole wheat and
if: stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in as the favor of the Lord upon them, simply
S bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It's easy to
-'V; their work-do! not act as nature in. but testified thereof In the hearing of
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tended-fail z make costs less than half a cent a cup. It's delicious -
poison the system to remove when impurities retained.that the heathen round about them. ; 'S ,too and may prove a real help.A productof

Then 3. Their prayer for prosperity In the \ General Foods.
you may suffer nagging back- :: :;1," ::; "
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acne,dizziness,scanty or too frequent land (v. 4). They were not only going &S' FREE Let us send you your first week's supplyof
urination,getting at night puffiness back \\illi the consciousness of the M :i '
up .5 : __ ___ __ S' S Postum free Simply mail coupon.GENEn.s. _
under the eyes; feel nervous, misera good hand of the Lord upon them, but / S :
ble-all '. .FOODS,Battle Creek,Mich.
upset. were trusting him for fruitfulness of : '
Don't delay? Use Dean's Pills. the land. S'S ;e .a Please send me, without cost or obligation, a week's supplyof
Postum.
Doan s are especially for poorly functioning -
kidneys. They are recommended 4. Sowing In tears (vv. 5, G). The Name

by grateful users the country seed which they were to sow In the Street

over. Get them from any druggist. land was so precious that they seemedto 5' State ,

have hesitated as to sowing, ,and Fin cur in completely-print name and address. If you live 1n
yet they recognized that Joy would Canada address:General Foods, Ltd.,Cobourg,Ont.

follow their sorrow as they brought LATER e ____ _____ (This offer expires July 1,1936)e

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News -.x..x..:.:.:..: :.:.:-'...:.:.)+:--:.:.. I 'VILL ROGERS MEMORIAL pastor of the Qlewlston Community' ... } ? .. .. 1
The Clewiston 2 t I -- Church, after' which the group enjoyed -. ;:. y

: TOO LATE TO :|;: I Civic organizations, newsapersand a half hour of recreation and | .i' New and Used ::2:

f banks all over the country are refreshments were served. I : .
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Published every Friday in Clewiston,, _:;: CLASSIFY :s: cooperating to raise funds for a me- Young people from every denom- :;: FURNITUREBELLE _*:

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, morial to the late Will Rogers and Ination are invited to join this union. -\ :).. v
Inc. y.s. + already have collected quite a sum The next moeting will be held' ;. v
for the purpose. But It seems that at Pahokee next month' I.2' .s.
I Iv when the movement was started I :.!.'. GLADE :_;:

e. RUSSELL there was no chairman appointedfor THE COMMUNITY CHURCH I': .s.
Keathley Bowden, Editor KAY _:: FURNITURE!
f Hendry county and to date we D. Jenkins Williams, Minister. ..:: COMPANY :!:

.?. % have heard of no donations to the I .1 ?

.;:...;...;...;..;a..;a.........................................,.,.........,.,..............................,....:..": cause. Sunday, Noicmjber 17, 1933 .;: Belle Glade, Florida :.:.
Entered as second class mail mat- Every day it seems there are new 9:45 A. M. Sunday School :2
,And while the Florida Tax Revis- .: Next Door To Theatre *;
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post donations to some cause and when 10:45 A. M. Junior Church. ;_;: ::

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under ion League is busy Investigatin' and there are so many asking, for money 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship. "Life'sFabiic. I 2;

the Act of March 3, 1897. diggin' out the facts, they might for so many' things one hesitates to ." i }

take a few hours, off ,and look into ask, Mr. Citizen to dig further into Put the worship hour_ in Sunday's .- -
his jeans for something else. How program. '
this two-Job newspapermen situa- I
ever we feel that there are as manyin I The fine song service rendered by! ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. tion. It's really gettin' serious.
Advertising rates on application. Hendry county who loved Will Rogers the choir of the Community church i i REQUEST
There used to be a time when you as there were anywhere and last Sunday was greatly enjoyed by:|

could go into a town and find an these will feel slighted_ if they are I a large audience. I I {:C. E. STEBEL

Devoted to the advancement and editor at the newspaper office, but not allowed to donate, no matterhow

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry the way Congressman "Pete" has small the amount would be. I Mrs. Albert J. Hill, of Fort Myers j' Electrical ContractingPHONE
If the children and the grown-ups is the guest this week of Miss Margaret -'
County. been subsidizin' the it's gettin'so 2121
press who loved him would put aside five'or ] Morgan. .,
a fellow might as well go to the ten cents each it would amountto PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
f s Have you renewed your membership -: Post Office in the first place. a sizeable aonation. Mrs. F. A. McKenzie 'spent, the I :.
/ in the Red Cross? week-end in Lakeland. I'. ,* Agent for
Mr. Prewitt of Paint City who us- For your convenience and to refresh -,
ed to be content sellin' ads is now your memory we are printinga :1 i GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Just thirty-two more shopping
in charge of stamp sales over there coupon below' which may be filled
days. Be sure to wait until the last FOR 'n-Furnished RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES -
for Mr. Farley. At Lakeland, a guy In and sent to this office and-every garage II
minute to do your Christmas shop- I
apartment. F. L. W'illiamson.x _
ping. we used to know as "Editor Bloom"Isnow penny will be mailed to the state 1-

listed In the city directory as memorial committee:
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:' the "Postmaster." In Clermont John
Two weeks from today the cane '
Lochner is interested In deliv- .
and more : -
harvest is scheduled to begin :1IIi
indications are now that it will be erin' the mail than he is in circula- WILL ROGERS .

a great season.Earthquake tin' his publication. Over at Vero ,MEMORIAL FUND ,L4
\ Beach J. J. Schumann who used to .i.1 I !!

be a good newspaperman now lies Local Committee: :. '
shocks felt in North
I
Florida this week and to reciprocate back in a swivel chair and refers I I i i i's.

f California will probably have you to the "Superintendent of Date ............._....:.....".:..:....... CLEWISTON fiOLFI

a "tropical storm" next fall. Mails" when you ask him what it :
TO THE EDITOR > 3.
J I send'a letter :
I costs to to the Virgin

;; The annual nightmare for :wildlife I Islands. At Frostproof, Guy Ruhl Wishing to have a part in per- :!:. ... *

.' starts next Wednesday with the who used to give his fellow citizens petuating the memory of one of COURSE

opening of another hunting season. a few days grace when their sub- 'our most beloved and useful citi-

f: Remember that the real sportsman scriptions were in arrears, now putsa zens, I enclose herewith my con- l. \ : \\1\\

rr f.: kills only enough for his own use. padlock on their post office box tribution to the Will Rogers Me- 1i

[:, if they don't lay the old needful on morial Fund. I understand that ",','
i : Clewiston is glad to welcome the the line before the first of the this gift will be added to others : ;

dredge Welatka but is sorry she returns month. I guess the only reason ,Don : from Clewiston and' will go Hr

"- under the circumstances. This Morris in Palm Beach didn't get a'' without any deductions whatso- .s. I .

great" machine which can do so much job with Uncle Sam is because Mark ever to the national fund to be Y I ,.

good work will not look right with Wilcox knew he was all fixed up expended: also without any de= !

engines silent and no stream of ma- with a good job at the_ "Post" office ductions, as the memorial com-

terial pouring from the dischargepipe. anyhow. mittee may determine. to the Public 1

So when President Berg of the Open '
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Press Association asked me to say Name.................:...........- ............... ,
Old Sol is seldom greatly appreciated something at the recent Press Con-

until after such a day as was vention that I thought would 'be of I

by residents of Chicago Address a......................................... '
experienced interest to the Florida "Fourth Es-

yesterday when darkness of night tate" I promptly got me a, copy of

:," prevailed. A few such days will .send "Postal Guide and Regulations" and :;: ,.', .: >' '' ..". "'T, '" :.:
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lots of those folks to Florida where began brush up.' : .. ,: -' jr. & :, .. '
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LARGE ,r';: : :
DELEGATION AT :: ( :
a day seldom comes when the sundoesn't Through the cooperation of J. SOUTH BAY MEETING .t :rI
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shine. /
6'r. Hardin Peterson we fortunatelywere : :i:

Fort Myers is passing an ordi- Postmaster-General able to bring,Special J. Austin'Assistant Lat- The meeting held last Tuesday .I ::1: Moderate Green Fees : ;p

nance to compel slot machine play- night at South Bay for the organization -

ers to register before they drop imer the, to occasion.Sebring principal speakerfor of a young people's union :: Exceptional Fairways :'j i:

their coin and pull the lever. Such for the lake section was well attended .s. ..s.e .
action on the part of more towns Well, Austin told us that when and Clewiston had the largest i ;. I interesting Greens +
they: first went into office Mr. Roosevelt delegation present, twenty-seven I v v
should serve to keep lots of people
,and Mr. Farley were downright members of the Christian Endeavor x x
away from them but principally pre- ;
vent children flaying. worried over the post office deficit making the trip.A .

but with the revenue from the "Far- short devotional service I . ,
was II..M.M.'M'V.M.M..M,.._...._. ._._'_'_"M'M'v". . .__.,_
t: A SERIOUS CONDITION ley Stamps, and the guy who lost held, led by Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, I i a. ,
his mind out in Denver and started ,

the dime chain-letters, the mail .--'----.
The dropping of two hundred or ;
"' more men' from the pay-rolls of the service had done right well in the


U. S.the Engineers entire lake is a staggering section as blowto wellas "red"wantin'again.So to be helpful I work- :: : <4 F :: :;:

.. 0 R SALE .s. .
to the men themselves but even ed out a plan which I'm offerln' to fv: f ,.
i ; worse than their having lost their Mr. Failey on the same basis that .. .s. .. .

jobs is the fact that under the present Jerry: Carter provides his news stor- :: i Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :i_: :_.:

system of hiring men none of ies to the press, "free of charge",
these. men are eligible to hunt workon and I believe if they will 'adopt it os. .:. .t. .:.
:t: .. :: ;
PWA and WPA projects here or they'll not only keep the postal de- .. ; : :
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elsewhere. partment on a payin' basis but have .. .s..s. ..i.. :.
.s. .. .t. .t.
There was no doubt some sound enough left over to go a Jong way .;. .t. d/J .:. :s:
reason for the Public Works officials toward ducla'::: the National Del!;' V.s.
.. .. ..
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:s: ;
declaring that none would be Well, here's the plan: Instead of

eligible for work on projects unless println stamps with pictures of vs"s... .:.. ...'.. .:..

tiT they were signed, on relief rolls prior : Washington, Franklin, Lincoln and .,s. ..... .s... ..s'... r.J.
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to" the first of November. The plan a lot of the old timers, the post of- .t. .s. .;. ::: fIf.
fice department could -contact all fx y
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officials sat about their desks in I these candidates for office and offer ... .t'I I .:. .t.
Washington and congratulated I to issue a million stamps with their .:. .:. ..t.y .

themselves on having been able to mug on, it for say $10,000. Why all .. ; .y' .s.

dispose of much of the nation's un- of''em would jump at it. f.. y: ...

L employment. But they apparently Here in Florida for example we .. ,. ..t.:. .:.
failed to recognize the fact that ev-
,
might have a Petteway Stamp in X xff
e ery day'there are men who have
stead of just puttin' the Judge's pic-
been employed on steady jobs who
ture it could show
on we a scene
are being released for one reasonor .. .. ... ..s.f .
with a young couple neckin' on a
another. The closing of relief '
park bench under the caption of + :
rolls to these new unemployed cre- .
"Pet Away" and that ought to get
;; ates a new problem, for they are ineligible Y
him plenty of votes. For Bill Hodge v ?
to seek work on government could ,. .s' I .s. ...
1 projects. we issue a dignified stamp v
with a picture of the "Old Home- v v
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Such is the condition here with .s. : .t. .:.
stead" on it. A north Florida pine
.
v
local men released from work. The'
with a big Cone in the foreground I
levee work was bound to end and do vv
might for Fred.
there had to come a day when a ,t. .
wholesale lay-off of employees But the fellow who would have .s.' I'I'"I.

'em. all beat if we ever put the planIn ..
would take place. But to lay off so .!. I .
many men and give them no chance service Is Judge Elmer Ward; al : Ii

.: to go to work- on construction jobs in the world he'd have to do wouldbe .:. .s. .
.f 1.1 another thing entirely. Under the just label his stamp "Where'.' ..:.. .s. 'I I .t. .:. :'
present'set-up residents of the river Elmer?" and the American Legion : :s: i :s-i.:

valley have to stand would elect, him. Xf X
may
idly by
and watch workers being imported Then after the election if there ;* =f Pay The Balance Like Rent :: *

'.... from far distant cities to do the were any stamps left over, we could X fX

, -- work they. are entitled to do. just print a nice border around ;fi. :.: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::: .+.
. =
' Capt. Selee of the Clewiston sub- those belonging to the losing candidates t
office and officials in the district and they'd make a'swell set :!: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ::: :;:

office in Jacksonville are doing everything of memorials. '

.:' possible to secure 'a ruling; And another thing, instead of n Clewiston Home Building Association n

' :; which will allow these discharged havin' to hobble around beggin' con

F' -' workers to find employment on tributions he could sell stamps to .. .. ... .s
,J these projects and we can only hope raise a campaign fund. How do you .:. .2. PHONE 102 .i.: .s b:

that their efforts will. not be in vain like the idea? y




caugnt ana convicted in liurope'aurmg League of Nations nn .f1ts sanctions.- were thrown dcmn and the property throng to greet "Walker'; and his wife, j
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past years. I'r r
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. LADIES AID HOLDS BENEFIT MR. AND MRS. COLLINS GIVE Mrs. Charles
( : :i: PARTY AT CLEWISTON INN DINNER PARTY FOR .,.TRAINORSMr. Moon, Mrs. Wade :

;; Personal MentionMrs. ; -. Sallie "I'
s ., .;t ::: and Mrs. R. H. Collins enter-
The Ladies Aid Society of the Myers Tuesday.
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,.- ._ .:.........................................................................................--.........:.- Community Church held a benefit tained Friday evening with a lovely Mr. and Mrs.
dinner party honoring Mr. and Mrs.C. :
'- E. L. Stewart was a visitorin card party last Friday afternoon at F. Trainor. Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Zephyr Hills,
the Inn with nearly fifty ladies at- gers' ,
parents
West Palm Beach Thursday.
Rich and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith
tending. Rogers, at their
-- were the other invited guests.
High score prizes were awardedat over the holidays. I I
; Mrs. F. Deane Duff visited in
each of the eleven tables, the
Miss
l Palm Beach this week. VISITORS ARE HONORED AT Mary
t winners being: Mrs. C. F. Goodman, i INFORMAL TEA MONDAY 1 Markette, who
f Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. H. A. Bes- Clewiston, spent
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent tor, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,' Mrs. G. Mrs. M. R. Lawler entertainedMrs. I their parents,

f Sunday in Fort Myers.: S. Mobley, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Winnie Kelsey and Mrs. L. Markette.

W. L. Beacom Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. Peters, the guests of Mrs. H. E'I David Hall, of I I ,

Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich visit- H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. Nall and Mrs. Peters, with an informal tea at her ed last Saturday

ed Miami Saturday and Sunday. H. T. Vaughn. An entrance prize home Monday afternoon.A ter with his
was awarded Mrs. B. E. Herringand
salad course with hot muffins I and family.
i low score prize to Mrs. E. P.
Mr.and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and I Mutrux. and tea and sandwiches were servedto Mrs. H. E.

son Kim, spent Monday in Miami. Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. H. O. Pet- is the guest of
Fruit punch and cookies were ers, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. I. M. Mrs. C. C. Cook,
-- I served to: Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.
Pafford, Mrs. W. F. Simpson and North LaBelle d
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack visited I W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. H. T. Mrs. R. N. Smith.,
in West Palm Beach Monday. !Vaughn Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.F. Miss
I Luke Benedict of
M. Wright, Miss Dorothy Lock- ,
Mr. and, Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent STEAK ROAST ENJOYED BIY! iting with Mr. Sunday."I
Monday in Miami. < "I hart, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. C. L. GROUP TUESDAY NIGHT
Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. A style show

1\[. R. Lawler was a business vis-I I F. H. Moltz, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, A weiner and steak roast i was en- Belle Theatre last

itor in West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. V. Allison joyed Tuesday. evening on the levee I and Mrs. Joe

I Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. 1L.. by a large group which Included: shop in Fort I
- and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez visited I'!Beacom, Mrs. A. H. King Mrs. J. G. Mr and Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mr. and the program. The I

in Tampa over the week-end. Niblack, Mrs. Russell Whidden, Mrs. Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. L. E. Pet- ly LaBelle girls.
-- C. F. Goodman, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, The Community
!
Mrs.' J. W. Ezelle and Mrs.. Leah]i ers, Mrs. Winnie Kelsey, Mrs. Olin 1
Spicer spent Tuesday in West Palm i Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. M. M. Prew Carleton, Mrs. E. C. Albertson, 1\11'.1 six tables of
Beach. itt, Mrs. M.. E. Yenawine, Mrs. W. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mr. and I ity rooms
C. Owen Mrs. A. A. Munroe 'Mrs. Mrs. Julia
I Mrs. V. A. Allen and LaDeen Peters.
W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. O. F. I DIckson are
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and
I Schiffli, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs' W. days this week. ;
( Dr. Gordon Rogers visited in Wau- LaBELLE NEWSHarry
Miss Inez
W. Perry, Miss Josephine Knight,
chula i
Sunday.
Mrs. M., T. Ironmonger, Mrs. D. G. sister, Mrs.

Alston, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Joe home in Felda,
Aiken visited in Brooks-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and
Schroeder, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.E. was accompanied
.. E. L. Stewart attended the circus in ville with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miami Monday.C. P. Mutrux, Mrs. R.' H. Knight, George Aiken over the week-end.. O. J. Jackson.
Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. H. R. He was accompanied to Brooksvilleby Judge Caldwell
Hall, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Leslie Lin Caldwell, of
V. Parkinson and Miss Bertha Mrs. Ezra Hull who will make a
Miller, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs.C. visit with her arrived recently
father
Haven
Gram, of Moore were Miami
F. Trainor, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, at their home in
visitors Monday.Mrs. Miss Louise Roberts and Richard ,
Mrs. Jimmie Wolf, and Mrs. W. F. Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd, of Lakeland, visited with
Simpson. and family, of
D. B. Allen and daughter, I Mrs. Sam Carson at her home. in guests of Mrs. ;

Margie, visited relatives in Haines I.,MR. AND MUS. KING LaBelle Sunday. Mrs. Daisy Clark

City this week-end. GIVE WEINER ROASTMr. Mrs. Herman Dyess and 'small I .. ,1

daughter, Katherine, of Clewiston, '.'
Mr. and Mrs. Tom'Hurst visitedMr. is visiting with relatives in LaBelle .:
and Mrs. A. H., King enter-
and Mrs. Frank Day in West
this week.
tained last Friday evening with a
Palm Beach over the week-end.
weiner roast and out-door games in Miss Carrie Eunice Rider, who is

honor of the birthday of their son, attending Southern College at Lakeland HAY FEVER 1
Miss Virginia Gallant and Jay W. II
Owen Winn. visited with her parents Judge
Moran attended, the circus in Miami..
Monday. Among, those enjoying the occasion and Mrs. H. A. Rider, during the

were: Ed VonMach, Harry holidays.Mrs. '

Fred I. Hill spent the holidays in Vaughn, Jr., Peggy Gallant, Frances Minnie Manning, Mrs. Guy ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS are
Johnson, Martha Nell Alston, Dor- Hand, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin"Blount .
Clearwater with Mrs. Hill and his
II, parents. othy Hare, James Winn, Vincent motored to Fort Myers Beach unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00

I Oglesby, Christine Bell, Mildred Tuesday. Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over
Miss Sarah Robson, of Pompano,
.:. r Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias_ and Mr. WJard, Billie Hooker Frances '
: and Mrs. James Rogers, of Newberry 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER IN-
and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent: Monday Wright, Billy Owen, Gladys Willis,
I Wilbur McGehee Trevalyn Moltz, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.!
in Fort Myers. HALERS sold last alone. Mail $1.00
June Hall, Elizabeth Winn, and Mrs.F. Harry Delaney at their home in La- year
Belle over the week-end. for full season's relief to THE
H. Moltz. today
f"::.. Mrs. J. F. Tippey Mrs. E. J. John- .
Mrs. Anna Pettee and ,
son George
,
1lli: son and Mrs Z. G. Meredith_ spent DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
ALLENS GIVE DINNER PARTY were called to Chicago Thursday be- ,
Saturday in West Palm Beach. '
HONORING VISITORS cause of the death of Miss Anna MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA or write '
--- ,.
Miss Dell O'Connell visited her Pettee. '

father, T. R. O'Connell in Ocala this Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen enter- Mrs. L. W. Turner and Miss Lula I for Free Booklet. .

week. tained Wednesday evening with a Jones motored to Bonita- Springs

--- dinner party at their home honoringMrs. Thursday iI I i

Mrs. R. H. Collins and Mrs. G. B. Winnie Kelsey, Mrs. L. E. Pet-

Rackstraw spent Wednesday in Mi- ers and Mrs. E. C., Albertson who

ami. are the guests of. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. "II"IIIII" I"IIIIIIIIIIIi() 1111111111I:"II \. !II"IHIE IIIIIIIIIIIIII, IIIIII"IIIIII \. IIIIIIIIIIIIII J IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIII"III/ II1IIIIIIIIIil7IIIIIIIIIIIIII i \; l lllllll.
Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Peters and 1I

Keathley and Bryant Bowden daughter, XaDeen were the other I


spent several days with their Barents guests present.
,in Clearwater this week.
MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS -
Another
Mrs. M. R. Lawler was a business BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. '.

visitor in West.Palm Beach Thurs- -
day. G. B. Thomas was hostess ,.
Wednesday afternoon at the regular -
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Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen attended meeting of her bridge club. HUNTING SEASON -

the football game in Pahokee\ High score prize was awarded to -. !
Friday night.. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, cut prize to Mrs. I
M. E. Yenawine and low score went A I
'
Mr. and Mrs. 1M.. Prewitt and Tto Mrs. H. R. Hall BEGINS

daughters, Mauryne, Louise and A salad course and coffee was I

Ann, of Greenville, Fla., visited Mr. served to Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs.T. ; NEXT

c and Mrs W. C. Prewitt this week. B. Shelley, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, : WEDNESDAY ..
\ Mrs. J. W' Ezelle, Mrs. C. W. Mc-
\P Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sathre, 1\Irs.1, Donald, of Belle Glade, Mrs. D. G. .

W. M. Bradnack and Mrs. B. G. Benson Alston and Mrs.. H. R. Hall. "NOVEMBER 20 .....
visited in. Tampa over the holi- 1 I I
I II
days. MR. AND MRS. PETERS GIVE I
THEATRE PARTY FOR GUESTSMr.
,
Joe Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Y. Patterson this week. He is be- and Mrs. H. O. Peters enter-

ing transferred to Little. Rock, Ark., tained with a theatre party at the Is everything in readiness for that first day's hunt:'? ." Be I
at an early date. Dixie Crystal theatre Wednesday evening -

in honor of their guests from "

/ Miss Marcia Avant visited in Leesburg. among the first ones out and get your share of the game: .
Okeechobee over the week-end with Those enjoying the Peters' hospi-

her sister, Mrs. Hubert" Land and tality were: Mrs. E. C. Albertson, \ -

family. Mrs. L. E. Peters, Mrs. Winnie, Kel-

sey, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mary Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. V. ..'
Louise: Thomas and E. G. Thomas A. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. .

., spent Safety the Harbor.week-end with relatives in Simpson. I- _Get your license from the County Judge and come.. to us _

TRAINORS WITH I :
-- HONORED
'
Mrs. R. V. Allison, of Washington, PARTY AT HIGH HOME I for ammunition and hunting supplies. '.::;;' ,

D. C., arrived this week to spend ,

.. some time visiting her father, F. L. I Mr. and Mr-;Hoomes Rich enter-

.. Williamson. tained Tuesday evening :with a .-. .
--:- bridge party in honor of Mr. and ,,.
Mrs. Winnie Kelsey, Mrs. L. E. Mrs. C. F. Trainor who are leavingthis .
,
Peters and Mrs. E. C. Albertson, of week to make their home in -

Leesburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Okeechobee. The ho guests were
O.'Peters and LaDeen, from Sunday presented with an attractive guest :
Clewiston]
until Thursday of this week. prize following several progressionsof Supply CompanyClewiston

: brjidge. Low score prize \vent, to
Mr. andv Mrs. C. F. Trainor and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wolf and high

daughter, Barbara Ann, left Fridayfor score: prize to Mr. and Mrs.. G. S. Florida
Daytona Beach for a visit before Mobley.

returning to Okeechobee where Fruit cake, salted nuts and coffee
Mr. Trainor has been transferred by were served to the above named
U. S. Engineers. guests. i I'1 111111I1I1II11 \ !llilllli"l" -111111I HIIIIIIIIIIIIK\.III/IIIIIIIIIII:. / 1II11 IIIIIIII ";:..IIIIIIIIIIIIIII lIIIII/III/ I" ";:. '""}! lI I I IIHI lItllIlIl II I 11I11I [lli!! .


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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1935



SWEET FLUE

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Workmen found that the obstruc-
tion which clogged the chimney of .

St. Peter's Episcopal rectory at Hebron
Conn., was 40 pounds of honey.
SHIFTING SANDS They removed the hive.




I FEEL FINE

.J 'JfJ J..d' by SARA WARE BASSETT V & d

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WNU Service
Copyright by The Penn Pub. Co. '
Mothers read this:
11
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like to shingle the south ell this I The unlucky fire chief had no ., iceman went up to the criminal an'
I
," announced Marcia, :giving a choice. grabbIn' him by the arm says : 'You
practical twist to, the "Drat It !I" raged he, as he strode villain I've got you now. Scram !I' (
Jy The"Widder"future of "How many shingles do off across the 'sand. "Drat' it I Ain't "I s'pose the policeman wore a
sational tit-bit It would take?" that just my luck !1" badge an' carried handcuffs." Sr
Wilton. Eligible frowned. The dialogue 'was Either the book for which Marcia "Oh, law, yes. But what's the game?
ers also are along the lines he had searched was not to, "b* found or she What do you want to know for?"
'
her Sylvia guest Hayden.her out. was in no haste to return to her 1. Furtively' Elisha glanced up and

verge of have to reckon that out. It's a awaiting suitor.Whatever down the empty road and after peer-
Marcla's home. notion, though,' to make the ell 'the ,explanation, her absence ing over his shoulder, he dropped his]
to hide a That's what the birds are doln'. Jengthened from a few moments voice to a confidential whisper and
She does so. gettin their nests built an' Into a quarter of an hour: hissed: 4 CONSTIPATED child is so easily
sheriff
brings the meantime Elisha like his predecessor 'Cause I'm goin' to make ** straightened out, it's a pity more .
bery nearby. pickin' out their mate In an arresta mothers don't know the remedy. -
name as Stanley was formulating his mode of big arrest! I've tracked down the
not realize you were so much A liquid laxative is the answer,
Heath ers the is jewels a in birds, EleazerMarcia: attack.: Might not this be' his own thief that committed the Long Island mothers. The answer to all your

Marcia must ( "I have a fine bir, book golden opportunity? burglary.Moreover, I know this very worries over constipation. A liquidcan
decides to say lend you. It's In the other Before another snatched the prize second where the jewels are. I'm be measured. The dose can be
she has I'll fetch it," from him ; before Heath with his yacht goin' to phone the New York police exactly suited to any age or need.
In her guest, Just reduce the dose each time, until
monogrammed silken I've got their man, he concluded.
come It. Heath up, she disappeare.1 and.hls, : garments the bowels are moving of their own
New York, It!" murmured Eleazer. .Could recovered: his strength, he would put Eleazer's cunning mind" worked accord and need no help.
orders a man be more exasperating: An' his fate to the test. quickly., ,-,';\f. i3 This treatment will succeed with
at herself once.with'the Sylvia, : knowin nor carin' a hang He strolled up'to the stove and, "I don't know, 'Lish, as I'd do that," any child and with any adult.

approach she a bird's a robin or ,x spar- standing on the hearth with his, back he cautioned. "In the first place, you Doctors use liquid laxatives. Hospitals AI
asks Marcia to He wandered to the vvindow. to the fire, rocked back and forth on might be mistook In your calculations i use the liquid form. If it is.best -
are gone! He heavens, who's this coii.in': ? If. his heels reflectively. an' not only get yourself Into hot water for their use, it is best for home use.
the loss. Sylvia And today, there are fully a million
their original 'LIsh Winslow Now what In As he did so, a brick beneath his but make the town a laughin'stock. families that will have no other kind
does he want, buttin' In?" feet rocked with him. Furthermore, was you wrong, in the house.
threw open the door. Elisha looked down. you might get sued for clefamla the The liquid laxative generally used
CHAPTER he could speak, however, He saw It was quite loose. accused's character." is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is '
puffing and out of breath "That thing's goin' to trip up some- "I ain't wrong. I'm right. a doctor's prescription, now so widely
"Ought to be : body some fine day," commented he. "'"Val, even so, I'd move careful," known that you can get it all ready

thrusting his In the name of goodness did "It oughter be cemented.. urged his 'companion. "Most likely for use at any drugstore.

"My eye If 'I the engine-house key, Eleazer? Producing his knife,.Elisha pried the there's a reward out for this criminal.
gram !" he hen house is afire an' we've brick from its place. W'jy split it with J a host of others? Without Fault?

station-master high an' low for It." As he lifted it out, a handkerchiefcame W;:iy don't you an' me divide It? I'll The greatest of faults, I should say,
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It to me when he soul an' body," Eleazer gasped. with It disgorging at his feet a htjp you land your man, since you're a is to be conscious none.-Carlyle.

It clean went forgot to leave it Must be in flat, blue leather case. bl-i-" Eleazer, fearing to offend, hesi-
that chap Heath ." If the sheriff's e 'es'bulged when he tt.teda. bit out of practice 'bout ar-
'The Widder's.' he began to search. caught sight, of it, they all %ut popped flstin';"

"Hadn't you a fine head of the fire de from his head when, egged 'on by curIosity The advice was good. Elisha, shrewd Get Rid ofMalaria

might 'a' given you are !" roared Elisha. "If he pressed the catch on the iy his dealings, Instantly saw the adVAntages -
back with her. i '.. of the plan proposed.
put your mind on town business
Uttle while ago," i of on Marcia Howe, we'd all be box.Quick as a flash the whole situa- "Wal, mebbe 'twoald be better if Iyidu't
"I know It." ,' off. Traipsing over'here to see tion clarified In his mind. let too many ignorant city chapsIn !

"S'pose I was the middle of the day, palmln' These were the widely heralded on a big thing like this,"* he con-
Winslow telegram as an' excuse. You Long Island jewels ; and the thief who I ceded pompously. "You an' me know
Banish Chills and Fever!
to. go straight back, to the village had stolen ,them was here beneath this I f what we're about. I figger we could

"Fur's that you can leg it an' carry the roof! r handle it." To conquer Malaria, you must do two
Capt. Phineas you," went on. the accuser. It was as plain as a pikestaff. Hidden "Sure we could. We can put It things. (1) Destroy the infection in the .
"Now, there's wait for nothin". I'll explain by fog he had escaped in his' through In first-class shape. First you blood. ((2) Build up the blood to over-
lers volunteerin; to Marcia." boat and inadvertently run aground atMie must change your clothes for your come the effects and to fortify against
serted. "I'm go in' I've got to see her. I've got mouth of Wilton harbor Sunday ones. A black frock coat's further attack.There is one medicine that
does these two things and that is Grove's
cia's
as It
Of Marcia did not know. what you Then
course really oughter wear.
to her private, protested the
dinner an' I'll' Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 The tasteless quinine -
With, air official. "I want to give her Even though a friendship existed be- you must pin your ,sheriffs badge on in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys -
an '." tween, herself and Heath, she was unquestionably your chest where it'll show good an' the malarial infection in the blood .c6>
out his hand. : it to me. I'll hand it to .her." I Ignorant of the nefarious plain. Be sure to bring along your while the iron builds up the blood. Thou- 7
The crowd fell. i extended, palm was. not to \i means by which he earned his handcuffs, 'cause you're certain to need sands of people have conquered Malaria \
S S .., lIving. x, 'em with an experienced criminal suchas with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill
Early \ Far from He'll have an' Tonic. In addition to being a noted rem-
this-telegram, quavered cherishing anger or re this. a gun put up
in the Homestead edy for Malaria is also an excellent
"I 'aIn't had 'a chance, to-" sentment toward the person who exposed a fight tonic of general use. Grove's Tasteless
had gone up the you mean, to 'say you ain't given his villainy and prevented her I Elisha paled and a tremor twitched Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and con
was asleep; and telegram yet?" from sacrificing herself to such an unprincipled his lips. tains nothing harmful.Even children likeit

interval of so1it was intendin' to: I was Just adventurer, would she not "That needn't concern you none, and they can take it safely. For sale
coveted was years."I'd to when-" regard her rescuer with deepest grati- though. All you'll have to do will be by all drug stores. Now two sizesSOcand

The basket at of all the-" words failed tude? Elisha's head whirled. to steal up behind him, put your pistol $1. The $1 size contains 2l/2 times as
with much the SOc size and 25
mending, as gives you %
: -")sere, give it to me," he com' Nevertheless, confused though he 'twixt his shoulder-blades an' shout: for
taken up her ." ;"I, can 'be' depended 'on to was, it was clear to him he must not 'Stick 'em up !' more your money.

She could not messages if you can't. I'll sea make a mis-step and neglect to per- "I ain't got no pistol. I ain't fond of

would, her i it.- In the meantime, the best form his official duty with "dignity. fire-arms. In fact, I don't know's I I Solitude
byways too you can do is to hoof it to town Heath was ill. There would be no ever shot off a revolver in my life." Solitude is the best nurse of wis
-byways which ever you can." danger of his leaving the Homestead "Wal, I have. I've shot dozens of dom.-S tern e-Letters.
mote their
you comin' at present, especially as he had no skunks."
back to
Stanley No. Fire's a Il't ln my line suspicion the jewels had been discov- "You might lend me yours."

i In retrospect incident Marcla's here byhereif. ,, an' ered. "I s'pose I might. It, ain't, though, A Three Days' CoughIs
every" The best plan was for him to return workin' very well right now. It's

that she came had passed to to the mainland ; get his badge kinder rusty. Furthermore, I'm out of Your Danger Signal
and handcuffs ; find out what formal- ammunition."
known which Ir No how medicinesyou
J matter
wouldn't matter. I ain't cal- many
ities such a momentous event, as an "That
'intricate have tried for your cough, chest
She twisted 'arrest demanded ; and return later culatin' to fire it." cold or bronchial irritation, you can
and round up": the criminal.He "But you'll have to." get relief now with Creomulsion.
way and that did not dally. Carefully puttingthe (TO BE CONTINUED) Serious trouble may be brewing and
have continued + you cannot afford to take a chance
Eleazer Crocker gems back where he had found with anything less than CreomuI-
Eleazer could them, he' placed the telegram upon the Easter Island Has Many sion, which goes right to the seat .. ,
table and :went out, softly closing the of the trouble to aid nature to ,-
more door behind him. Puzzling Stone ImagesFor soothe and heal the inflamed membranes '
back to earth. as the germ-laden phlegmis
With a frown ks1 It flashed into his mind that as the centuries i explorers who have loosened and expelled.
cia went tide was coming in It might be well touched the shores of 'Easter island Even if other remedies have
to borrow Marc a's boat and row backto have stood In bewildered awe before failed, don't be discouraged, your
"Wal, now shore. the huge stone images of hideous men druggist is authorized to guarantee
by yourself !I" Creomulsion and to refund your
This would two He which stand, remnants of a mysterious
kitchen looks S serve purposes. money if you are not satisfied with
was '? would reach home sooner; ; and Heath ; people, not far from the Pacific coast results from the very first bottle.
you cut off by the sweep of the channel, of the island. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv..
"I was In the
haps we better 1\\ would In the meantime be unable to The Images are roughly chiseled
escape. from lava quarried on the Island,
can listen in The Check
which lies several thousand miles offthe
call." Never had Elisha rowed as he rowed The feast is good until the reckon-
"Anywhere that day! The dory fairly leaped west coast of South America. Someof ing comes.
are suits' me." through the water. Reaching shore, he the faces with their large noses
"I'll just run sprang from It and dragged If up on Mind long pointed chins are still partof

round the fire the sand. Then, trembling with excitement the rock in the quarry-left there
Marcia relied he set out for home. for some reason at which we can only

be right back." He was almost at his gate when to guess, writes a correspondent in the'

Left to his consternation he saw Eleazer puffing 'Washington Star. blyldeal Remedy for 'Pfiri
,
who' made them we
smile of after him. Of. the people
The kitchen "You didn't make much of a stop at d1inv'er: little. They can scarcelybe
alone and The Widder's, I see," jeered he. called artists, for the images are Though I have tried all good
'
made and ,show only a childish remedies Capudine suits me best
Had other poorly
circumstances "No. business, came : because it is unusually quick a'
tune certainly crisply from Elisha. skill, with great heads out of all pro- and gentle." For headache, y .
Marcia Came Back He Was neuralgic, or muscle aches, ,
familar >
n9w '
this very "You 'pear to be kinder stirred up, portion to those we, are
and Ready to Begin His use either Capudine Liquid or
future, in his "'Lish," Eleazer commented. "What's with. Capudine Brand Tablets. '
the question the matter?" But these people had a strange cul- ,

: Elisha determined sudden ture of their own, .for in the small
mined to put busy, I'm goin' to pay her a call, upon a x
When grinned. "I've got to deliver and bold move. stone houses scattered over the little
primed and ." "Say, Eleazer," began 'he cautiously, island are symbols which seem to be

tion. might be needed at the fire.". Did you ever see a man arrested?" part of a written language. The _sym-
"Weather's shan't be," was the calm reply. "Wal, I dunno as I ever did-not bols have not been deciphered, but
started out.Marcia unless there's somethin' criminal really.. I've seen It done, though, In they indicate an ancient culture on IT TOES
this far-away island.
took it. the movies. Burning ,sore.cracked.
"Do you might be arson." "That oughter be up-to-date an' Another question which baffles modern soon relieved.and healing aided
raising her take a chance on It startin' proper. Just how was the" proceedin' students of the problem Is how the with safe soothing ',
had lots of rain Dan AVhlpple's cigarette. In fact put through?" Immense and heavy images were car- ,

"\\"al, yes, ? as much. Now, hop along, Thoughtfully Eleazer regarded the ried from the Inland quarries to their Resin1 =Y1o
recall a few else the whole conflagration toes of his boots. present location on vaulted founda- y

is ol\in'" be out, 'fore you get there." "Wal, uear's I can recollect, the po- tions near the shore.

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man's TRUSTS Intuition ELSEWHEREA is as shrewd as Easy to Make Pajamas ,

\\! a woman's, but he disregards it. Please Sleeping Beauty -

OUR COMIC SECTION PATTERN 2362rcz --'

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Why So Many People .,,.j::1

I. FINNEY OF THE FORCE Bylwo'LougMIn Makes a Difference -'1

Past 40 Now, MR. B6NKS-TH1 WILL YEZ. LooK BRING KIM ,

,oC'bR WILL FIX) ""fEZ AT THIS MOM, Poc ? RIGHT IN Mil

Feel That They're Slipping LIP OIGHT AwAY HE. SEEMST'BE It.4! OFFICE }

LosingTheir"Grip"onThinga A BAD WAY .

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Many people 'round 40 think they're
"growing old. They feel tired a lot
"weak." Have headaches, dizzi-
ness, stomach upsets. ') ."
\Vell, scientists say the cause of all
this, in a great many cases, is simply IL It/i/ ,,;
I F: antacid condition of the- stomach. i C' -}
Nothing more.

I All you have to do is to neutralize WH11T BE Tri' NEs JUST GoT THE WHY, NE SE IM' ( HE IS ?--WELL- .
I the excess stomach acidity. WIT' TT-fERs WHO IS VICE FRESIDINT WHAT I i MEANT

I When you have one of these acid MATTHER HE ? o' '(f4' MI GHT To SAY WAS
r stomach upsets, take Phillips Milk! HIM.THE Doc ? '
r THAT HB t IS
of Magnesia after meals and before 'jRUST CoMPAIJY )
going to bed. That's all! \ >JCr FROM .

Try this. Soon you'll feel like 1, VLOMA2j + VRo RATio aborn. ;
another person I Take either the .
familiar liquid "PHILLIPS' or the ; : a ..
convenient new Phillips' Milk of .
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Magnesia Tablets. ,
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ALSO IN TABLET FORM: .. ". ..
Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab- .
lets are.now on sale at all drug .. ../>
stores everywhere. Each tiny tab PIIwPS',:
let is the equivalent of f / .
a teaspoonful of Genuine ? .f
Phillips' Milk of :...=
Magnesia.PHILLIPS'. -: .:::E-:.:. L 1
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I You're sure to want several pairsof

these adorable pajamas when you
/l/fil/t. cfA/lajttt&ia. find how easy they are to make.
Q Why not have your week-night ones

m Wat.ro N.w.p.p.r tlafass of some pretty cotton or flannel
First and Foremost which launders easily Then you
What is the quality most missingIn Just must have one pair in a luscious

character? Self-respect? FEATHERHEADS By A Bum Rap shade. of blue or tearose silk, for
gay ,week-ends away from home,.and

SOT ALL i pipMTSTARTED -MIJK! ''I ,IT 'ISN'T your "nightly" wardrobe isn't com-
-" The WHEN L-J\ HE WAS -fnt FUNNY---wH)' plete without one pair of dress-up
1'"HIS pajamas of some heavier materialfor
SHE FbUMD MAW
CANT A "
KIND OF A AW- 1 t>0,' lounging or lazing, particularlyif
I STRANG>; PERF MEj MAN THAT4N EVER "(MPATt1IZE FEEL SORRY you're a Campus Queen. The-

Man Who HIS OdLD, TAKE- I YJITH A JWOMAM tailored shirtwaist top may tuck Into
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HAMDkERCH.EF. A SCENT F12oM Z I the bell-boftom trousers which "get

the hang 1of it" from a triangular
Knows A WOMAt4l // _0- yoke and snug elastic waistband.
W( I / Pattern 23G2 is available In sizes

1r- I 12, ,,,14, 1C, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 30, 38
Whether the RemedyYou and 40. Size 1C takes 4 yards 3G
Inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step
are taking for sewing instructions are included.

Headaches, Neuralgiaor Send FIFTEEN CENTS (loc) In _

Rheumatism Painsis coins or stamps (coins preferred) for
this pattern. Write plainly name
SAFE is Your Doctor.
l address and style-number. BE SURE .
Ask HimDon't TO STATE SIZE.

Address orders to the Sewing Cir-

Entrust Your y ill/Tiff/ cle Pattern Dept., 243 West Seven,

teenth St, New York City
Own or Your Family's -
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Well-Being to Unknown YJELL- GUESS I- HE DID ? 'fNE For Smart Pajamas *

Preparations HE- DOES, Too ) Rl1'i / NI'fTtJG II UseEverfastSunnidellPrintsWhen 0
LAST MIGHT' HE HI11
A you make the pajamas illus
GAVE
take HER A
BEFORE you any prepara-
above
trated be sure to use Everfast
don't know all about
you HE"A'-H YVRAF-- Sunnidell Prints. This
delightful cot-
for the relief of headaches; or the
pains of rheumatism, neuritis or ton is popular with young and old.
neuralgia, ask doctor what he Everfast Sunnidell Prints are not only
thinks about your it-in comparisonwith {f'( ,D fast to sun, and boiling, but are also
Genuine Bayer Aspirin.We guaranteed not to shrink. Ask to see
say this because, before the 6" the many new patterns of gay colorings -
discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most that make Sunnidell so desirablefor
so-called "pain" remedies were ad- pajamas at your local dry goods
vised against by physicians as being 1\ store. Should they not :yet have themin
bad for the stomach; or, often, for L stock, drop a card to Dept. EB,
the heart. And the discovery of t 232 West 18th Street, New York City,
11 Bayer Aspirin largely changed i for FREE SAMPLES, and the name
medical practice. of the .nearest dealer.-Adv.
Countless thousands of people
who have taken Bayer Aspirin year In Small Doses
in and out without ill effect, have :Mother-Now we're ready for your
that the medical
proved
findings castor oil. How do you prefer to
about its safety were correct.
m Wut.ro N.w.p.p.ctlntosHard
take It-Jimmy?
Remember this: Genuine Bayer
Aspirin is rated among the fastest I -, Jimmy-With a fork:, Ma.
methods yet discovered for the reliefof
headaches and all common pains to Diagnose CHANGE NEEDED Hooray!
and safe for the average personto "Pop, I'm sure glad I ain't a snake." [ Recruiting Afllcer-So you want *o
take regularly.You "Why, son?" enlist, do you? Are you sure?
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can get real Bayer Aspirin at "Well 'cause If It gets a stomach Candidate-Yes. sir. I belong to tae
any drug store-simply by never ache it never knows whether It's ''l '
gota
and
fighting Macguires we never jplss
asking for it by the name "aspirin" 7'Z' -
alone, but always saying BAYER sore throat, Indigestion or what."- a scrimmage. I want to enlist for the
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I ASPIRIN when you buy. Capper's Weekly. -
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Bayer Aspirin Monkey Business as Usual zine.

First Duffer-How's your game of =----=

ea :*=- golf these days? -- Not Too Many Questions

b C Second Duffer-Oh, so-so-It could --- -- -- "When are you going on vacation?"
be better and It could be worse.- "When 1 die."
"I wish those fishermen would send
Buffalo]
Courier-Express.
"I don't' know where
suppose you .
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. you are going?

HELP! HELP!
1 ForBiliousAttacksThousands Good Proof .
WHO'S NEXT? .
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Judge-On ask
what grounds do you
now take Dr. Hitch- "or
for a divorce .
cock's Laxative Powder for bilious
ness, sick: headaches and upset Wife-Insanity, your honor. I put w4ti
stomach due to constipation. They crackers in' his bed and he ate. them 'k

find that Dr Hitchcock's All-Vege alL .
table Laxative Powder is mild-but Judge-Is that all? z'-:: '
effective-it acts gently, yet thor- Wife-No, your honor. After he had broo '4 .
oughly and removes that clogged eaten the crackers he wanted to know
condition of the bowels. Cleanse
who stole his
your Intestines of waste matter- soup.
,
don't allow poisons to continue to
accumulate and break down your Has to Be
vitality and health. Ask for Dr. "I've got to raise $50 this week." Judge-How could you swindle peo-
Hitchcock's Laxative Powder In the "Is It urgent?" ple who trusted in you? "My pa has a wooden leg"
large yellow moisture-proof tin box. "I should say sol I If I don't get It Prisoner-But, judge, people who '"That's nothin' 'tall. My sis' has s
AT ALL DRUG STORES 2jc my wife will come home." donjt trust you cannot be swindled. cedar chest."
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slopo stake from a beanpole if a were taken by their father to Chi- One hundred twenty-four parcels or ers Company, a corporation. First NatIonal -

Diesel pump merely suggests foot- cago where they will make their tracts of land In Glades and Hendry Bank of Cincinnati Ohio as exe-
counties. Florida, specifically described cutor of the estate of Jane D Garvey .
Clewiston School News wear to you, and if you want to home with Mr. Knapp's parents. He in the petition required for Right of deceased George Stugard, as Trustee ,.'

switch around the corners of the will return to Fort Myers shortly to Way for Caloosahatchee River Project. Mrs W S Garvey, W C Coolidge, Mrs M .
MONA
M.
HARRIS and others namedIn F Hill and Hill, her husband -
crookedest woods' road in existenceas resume his work. -Moore Haven the petition, Shepard C Bass, D K Drunbacfc

Florine Moore, Editor a test of your driving ability Democrat Respondents. Mary H Voorhis and Dr Voorhls herbue.band
Guaranty Operating Com-
Editor turn at Mrs. Bekemyer's house and NOTICE TO APPEAR pany, a corporation Frank H Walker,
Louise Bussey Associate ,Alice C Garvey Growers
Loan and
follow your nose, to the MacKenzie THE PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED
Over 200 Men- Guaranty Company, a corporation. Ger-
Bob Patterson Spoils Editor I job. Mr. Mac lost no time in getting STATES, TO: trude V Jardine and Jar-

down to brass tacks and he finished I ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR dine, her husband Richard Oliver Phil-

his Armistice Day celebrationsby HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROPERTY lips, Jr.. and John Preston Phillips, as
First Grade News- (Continued from page 1) HEREINAFTER IN THIS Trustees and Executors of the estate ot
starting digging pay dirt at mid- NOTICE DESCRIBED: Richard Oliver Phillips, deceased, Char-

Douglas Thomas Curtis Taylor night. That big Monighan in actionis Under the old inspection plan four WHEREAS, on the 8th day of November lotte Loesch Phillips Richard Oliver

and Grant Brewer have entered the inspectors were assigned to each 1935, a petition was filed by the Phillips, Jr., individually, John Preston
a facinating sight-and aproposof operating seven days a United States of America, In the Distract -. Phillips, Individually, Benjamin B
first grade. facination Jim Stockley is Inspector machine Court of the United States for tho Odell, Jr., as surviving Executor and
We are losing Betty Louise Butler week each inspector 'working the Southern District of Florida, for the Trustee of the estate of John Mat-
know he'll be
this job. I
on hour civil service week. In I requisition by condemnation of an thews, deceased John Wendall Mat-
and Jimmy Wolfe as they are glad to show you about and explain forty-four I cveTnent In those certain tracts or thews, Maude E Oastler and
leaving Clewiston. spectors were directly responsiblefor parcels of land In Glades and Hendry Oastler her husband, American Fruit
things to if he isn't too busy at
you
The "A" Class has begun the stu- all the work done. The reduction Counties Florida, described In said petition Growers, Inc., a corporation, Gilmer ..1Heitman.
and Jim's' precious I required for the project for
the moment Sr., J B Foxworthy and Flor-
dy of the "Round the World" reader. British accent and picturesque language in force will leave only one inspectorto I I Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okee- ida Heitman, as executors of the estato
) the machine but the load of re- chobee Drainage Areas being carried on of Harvey E Heitman, deceased, John M
are alone worth the trip by the War Department of the United Dean. Florida Heltman. Individually.
Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll-. down. Besides the Monighan Mr. sponsibility will be carried to a! States Government in which petitionthe Lorraine Heltman Lee J Stebbins and

Nora Wilma Tengle Ber- I greater extent by the contractor and j following are named respondents: Edna P Stebbins, his wife F M Hendry.:
Oglesby Mac has the Bucyrus 50-B here to Mona M. Harris, Harold B,'Maglll, Mary George A Floss, Eleanor H D Pearse and
tha Ballard Caroline Selee, James do the dressing and finishing and less by the Inspectors.The i. Hayes Davis: E, H. Coachman, M S Landon Pearse, _her husband, Dorothy
Moon Audrey Johnson number of projects now underway Coachman; Paul B. Rankin Trustee U Eggleston and Ralph W Eggleston.
Smith Shirley fine grading and also to double asa I and J. L. Stroud, doing business in the her
Dalton Carr Mayme Johnson In this section are sufficientto name and style of Riverside LandCompany" husband Goober-Turkey Farms,
crane to handle heavy equipment. I Inc.. a corporation, A H Read EvelinaM
David Belcher and Mamie Trice. I take care of all the men dropped Mary Bother Appleton and Zumsteln and Zumsteln.
that
And when through her husband
you go Appleton ; her .
Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- behind from the payroll of the engineers. Emma Cross and J F. Cross her hus- husband Helen Osborn Gary and _
gate be sure to shut it you. Gary her husband, J
recent ruling by the band, Laura O Buser N S Coachmanand C
Jackman
Nicky Schiffli LaDeen Peters Mrs. MacKenzie is settled in the However a Coachman her hus- Leroy Lamareaux Edgar'H
Christine Redlsh Sue VonMach, PWA wilt'allow no one to work: on band: I L McCabe Grace E Moase. Sallie Dunn James Sweeney', L Cooper, W S
Attanasio house, and will be a wel- Cooper, W L Cooper, R S Bass, Rossie
Sherwood Hall Annette Simpson;; these projects not on the relief rolls E Jennings, individually and as execu- C A
? Lee Donald
come addition to the colony of con- tor of the estate of Lawrence M Jennings Bass. George M Hen-
Lewis Blount. to November 1 which createsa dry, as administrator of the estate of
Willie Smith struction wives in LaBelle. Mrs. Macis prior deceased; Tampa Hardware Company -
Mary E Anders, Willie J Hendry and
for a corporation; Lucille N Chapman,
Roll- unfortunate problem
Grade Honor most
Fourth Spelling
one of those women who take an E E Goodno, Henry Fatlc J'F Newton, George M Hendry her husband Katie
Eric Belcher Herbert Busbin these workers. The local subo'fficand /; McDermic and McDermic,
active and"Intelligent part in theirhusband's C S Brewfon and Ora L Brewton his
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her husband, Mrs. M Walker
and
Philip McLord Esly Swiglner, Robert the district U. S. Engineer of- wife W. St John Naftel. L E Naftel, IdaJ Walker, her
business and she's out on husband.
Cox Melber H Cox, D M Cox, HarveyD
Wilson Marianne Jones. I fice at Jacksonville are doing'every- John C Anders, J H Smithwick, ElwynN
and knows Cox, Madge I Cothern and Frank
the job frequently as Powell G A Sheffield W M Wallace
Fifth Grade Honor Roll- thing in their power at the present Cothern her husband; P G Frierson, ,
much about it as any man in the Frank C Shrlver Ernest E Shriver, theB Wallace Investment Company, a corporation -
Elbert Hooker Anne Pafford organization.It time to secure a new ruling from L Dulaney Corporation, a corporation George W Watson Emma
Dor- Washington which will be applicable Paul Dulaney as executor of the Fraga and Fraga, her husband j
Mary Mathis Gloria McDuffie is a pleasure to report that this estate of Benjamin L Dulaney, deceased; W 'V -Knott, a Treasurer of the W"
othy Adams Janie Brantley and week Spadaro's job at Ortona locksis to the present circumstancehere Corine Forrey, Dempsey Jenkins, Fern- State of Florida, J P Moore, as Tax
and allow these discharged gov- andino G Miller, Oscar S Miller and Collector for Glades, County Florida.
Pearl Bern bry. humming like a bee-hive. With Lois R Miller, his wife; A T Miller JohnC Frank ,A Dougherty, as Tax Collector
The fifth grade has two new pu- the advent of the long-awaited, ernment employees to.find. other Kelly, LaBelle Sales and development for Hendry County, Florida, D S Weeks
from work with contractors. Corporation, a corporation, Charlie as Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Louise
pils this week; Taylor pumps the job leaped Into action Simmons and Pauline ,M Simmons, his Glades County Florida, Wm T Hull, as
Okahumpka and Albert Busbin from and 1s now going along at a lively Under the present set-up nearlya wife, A Duncan Reid Vincent Nuccio, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Hendry
thousand men will be.necessary Jr., Alfonso F Caltagirone, Alexander County Florida Board of Commissioners '
South Bay. clip. New equipment is coming in, in Division 8 Weddell. Felice G Caltagirone and of Okeechobee Flood Control District,
SPORTS and evidently Joe Spadaro believes on the construction Caltaglrone her husband, Board of Commissioners of Everglades
alone.' PWA and WPA projects in Frances B Coogler Mrs Ella Mae Holder, Drainage District County of Glades,
The Clewiston boys defeated the that there is nothing too good for counties have practically absorbed Jesse S EbInger, Bernie Myrtle Carter County of Hendry, George M Hendry,
: nearby and Carter her,husband, Homer G Hand and Earl C Smalley as
LaBelle diamondball team last the Irish, because it is mighty fine
all of the unemployment at Edith Howard Brown and Samp Brown and constituting the Board of Trustees
r Thursday in the hardest game played equipment. Yesterday the Marion this time and if the plan is not her husband, Sallle C Gravely and L' 0 of Caloosahatchee Improvement DIs- -,
trict and R E Kurtz, as Trustee for the
I channel two Gravely her husband Minnie Ham- j
this The was two was digging by-pass ,
season. score ,
changed for hiring labor it will be mock and Asa Hammock, her husband holders of bonds of Caloosahatchee Improvement -
'
to one. The game was a return game I Northwests were working on the necessary to go outside of this territory Century Land Company a corporation District: I
for the one which Clewiston lost last. main structure excavation which the J J Wiggins, Mrs Virginia Darby and WHEREAS. In and by said petition I
to secure men for these jobs John M. Darby, her husband Pearl L and proceedings petitioner prays for
week. new pumps were busy drying up, and leave these dropped from the Mordue and Mordue her husband and seeks condemnation for the pur- '
Carlisle Redish pitched good ball [another Northwest was grading the James O'Neill Florence Campbell pose of carrying through the said project 1
engineer payrolls unemployed. Capt. Saffarrans, as executrix of the estate ., upon payment of proper damage ,
with the exception of one inning and traffic road to'the job: 'a crew of I Selee says that he feels sure some- of Lock Campbell deceased, Florence in ,condemnation:, the perpetual right, .

the field was air-tight. Clewiston men swinging sledges were spiking Campbell Saffarrans Individually and power and 'privilege to enter upon I
thing will be done to relieve this Saffarrans her husband, c.cavate.cut away, and remove any or 1
scored their two runs, in the second down the rails on the spur track condition within a very short time. Harry W Flemmings, Cecil J Jackman, all of the following tracts or parcels of: 0 ;

.' inning and kept the lead during the anq'ther quarterboat was on the job I E M O'Bannon Clara M Kirtland, Susan land as may and be required maintenance for the of Improvement the- I
Smith and Smith, her husband ,
'. whole gam to house workers and Spadaro himself May Seely and Seely Caloosahatchee River, or any enlarge- j I

MUSIC and Buddy Nelson his superintendent her husband. Rachel Shock and 'ment thereof, and to maintain the portion i
Hurricane GateContinued
so excavated and_ the channel
Mrs. Lawler met with the mothersof ,- 'were all smiles, and the atmosphere Shock her husband, Sarah thereby created as a part of the navigable j
Pierce and Pierce, her husband -
the piano pupils in the: rhythm was full of sunshine and Alice E Stannard, Herman Stan- waters of the United States and
,the further right to enter occupy -
band: last week and discussed plans hopefulness. All at *which was most ( from page 1) Stannard.nard Jr., Charlie Edwin Williams E Stannard and, Irving AnnaW J and use any portion of upon said land I

for the' making of uniforms for the pleasant to see. In about a week the have been transferred Into the Clew- Williams his wife: Herbert P Wil not public so cut navigable away and waters converted, for the into deposit -

members of the band. The band will main' excavation will be finished and office. llams Emma: Williams Fannie D Wil- of dredged material, and for such I
iston liams, Isabella M Williams Arthur T
wear the uniforms at 'the P.-T. A. the pile of foundation comes next Monday the cofferdam was ,cut Williams Jr., and Emma R Williams, as the other preservation purposes as and may maintenance be needful in of !!

night. Mrs. Lawler on the program. The next Kollum executors of the estate of Arthur T Caloosahatchee River to-wit
meeting Friday through from the new lock to the Williams, deceased, Arthur T Williams. the said : :

also asked that the mothers co-oper- will give you' some Interesting facts canal allowing water to flow Jr., Individually and Claire Drew Parcels 8-FX 8-CC, 8-GD and 8-GH of J{

ate with her in seeing that the child- about the number and kinds of pil- Williams, his wife Emma Rochelle the'right of way for the Caloosahatchee 7
through the lock. A channel was Porter and Garrett Porter. her husband River, as shown on platt recorded In" '.
ren practiced correctly and followedthe ing to be used on this job and I provided about fifty feet ,wide and Lucy Starke Williams, Isabella M Drew Plat Book 2, page 69, of the Public Rec- ., !

instructions on the practice slips warn you that pile driving is one ef and Herbert Drew, her husband 'J P ords of Hendry County Florida;
feet which will handle
seven deep Pendry and Louise Pendry his wife the
- given by her at each lesson. the operations you don't want to boat traffic until a larger dredge is Governor, Farm Credit Administration Parcels 8-HA, 8-HB a-HC. 8-1, 8-IA, 'f

The date for the first recital of miss seeing if, it would be for ,youa Laura V Hull. Carl E Royer, Prestob 8-1E. 8-1F. 8-1G, 8-1H, 8-11. of the right t
moved in to do the other excavation.For Polhemus Minnie A. Polhemus J !, of way for the Caloosahatchee River,, as
the piano pupils has been set for new experience.The the present it is planned to W Potter and Erne M Potter, shown on plat recorded in Plat Book 4
his wife John R Burnett and Mattie 2, page 85, of the Public Records of
Friday December 6 at 8:00 P. M. out I i
Reliable has gone and In-I
'eave the new lock gates open and ,L Burnett, his wife Land Bank Com- Glades County, Florida;

, HIGH SCHOOL NEWS spectors Lund and Collins have handle the water table at the' old missioner. B F Lewis George J Stan- Parcels 8-JB 8-JA 8-JC 8-JE 8-JF. i

\ We wish to express our appreci- reassigned respectively to the Dania lock No. 1. As soon as the nard Nettle Bowers and Campbell C E-JH 8-JJ, 8-JK 8-JL 8-JO, 8-JQ, 8-JR. I
Bowers her husband, Rosa Lee Murray '
3-JS. 8-JT 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA. 8-KB,
, ation of the holiday afforded us on and the Florida. gap in the levee is closed at the old Hugh Hull Lillie Hull Burhans and 8-KC. 8-KD, 8-KE 8-KF 8-KG. t

. Armistice Day. The extended week- This being a free country (he, canal entrance the old' lock Mose Burhans, her husband Madge 3 XH, 8-KI, 8-KJ, 8K K 1 r
Hull, L. E Saupe, Trustee, J R Watts and
;- 3-KL. 8-L, 8-LA, 8-LB 8-LC, 8-LF. r
end showed its value in the unusual he! ) we are all entitled to our ex- will no doubt be torn away. Sons Inc., 'a corporation, C E Hill, 8-LH 8-LI 8-LJ, 8-LK 8-LL 8-LM. l

; knowledge of lessons after the.. week- pressed: opinions. Of course I know The MacWilliams Company con- Melvin Messer. Perry C Hull,.J J Peadro, 8-LN 8-LO. 8-LP. 8-MA.' 8-MB, 8-MC, I
Marie Henrlckson J H F B
Baird
3-MD, 8-ME, 8-MF, 8-MH. 8-MI, 8-MJ, r
end.The that I'm; just a dumb female and tractors on the upper section of the Scheetz, 'Herman Malakowsky, Maple- 8-NA. 8-NB 8-NC. 8-ND, 8-0, 8-OA.

school is very grateful to all women' are notably incapable of Caloosahatchee work are scheduledto wood Investment Company, a corporation -, 8-OB. 8-PB 8-PC, 8-PD 8-PE, 8-PF t

June Hooker Billie Davis and Hager logical thc' tr.M. but I'll be doggonedif bring in a big dredge about Dec. 1 Thomas, Maxmllllan F Stewart, von Amelia Erdmansdorff S Turner, 8-PG.8-QC, 8-R 8-Q 8-RA, ,8-QA 8-RB, 8-RC.8- Q 8-RD B f

Lowe for their kindness in repairing I can ,:make 'any sense out of this: to start work on Three-Mile canal I and Edward Turner, her husband Mary 8-RE, 8-RF, 8-RG. 8-RH 8-RI. 8-SA. t'r
Fox
Blake Elizabeth Blake
Finney Mary
0-T. 8-TA, 8-TB, 8-TC, 8-TD, 8-TE,
: the sadly torn diamondballs. Scores l -"cn out ,of work. Whether or not this company will and George Fox Jr., her husband, 8-TF. 8TGU.. 8-UA 8-UB, 8-UC.. !

The arrangements for repairing Not on'. relief no job. close the levee gap and excavate the I Thomas, his F Fitzgerald wife William and Rose Spitz.M Fitzgerald Z B- 8-UD, 8-UE, 8-UP 8-V 8-VA 8-VB. \
: were'made 8-VD 8-W, 8-WA, 8-WB, 8-WC, 8-X
these
t' diamondballs by Relief: rolls closed. i
basin at the locks or whether the Couch E B Raschbaum George ,W Ty- 8-XA. 8-XB, 8-XC 8-Y, 8-YA
; Mr. B. E. Herring Not enough skilled and be Tell, Henry C Thompson F B Guyer and 8-YB 8-YC, of right of way for the I
work will done by the U., S. En- Trances Guyer, his wife; R Percy, Jones
r Mr. Mulkey has erected a shelf in skilled men on the present semi-I gineers has not been learned. William J Wood, Frederick Z Favor Caloosahatchee River, as. shown on i
plat recorded in Plat Book 2, at page 69,
}t the office that enables the books, rolls to man existing contracts. Adelaide Favor.Mitchell Mary: Favor her Mitchell husband and, -,f the Public Records of Hendry County \
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n' usually kept on the floor, to be Trucks bringing In relief workers I I Herndon B Kelly Geo E Kelly, as administrator Florida

r placed in their proper positions. from Fort Myers when men here I Catches Two Bass of the cctato of Edward NOW, THEREFORE, you, ,the above
Kelly, deceased, Edith H Stevens, Ivan named respondents, and each of you
', ... can't get a job. Andre. Viola Balsin and Ceferino Bal- and all other persons concerned In or I
Two and two just don't make fourto I OnSingle Cast sin her husband, Olive S Whitefleld having an interest In,or lien upon the !
and I ,J Whltefleld, her husband, ClaraA above described property, you are here- !
r. CaloosahatcheeCacography me at that rate and I have no Mendenhall and Menden- by notified to be and appear' in said '

doubt but that :something will be hall her husband, Herbert D Menden- United States District Court for the '
Pete Chagaiis of Clewiston, while hall, A A Gardner John Edward Bow- Southern District of Florida, at Tampa .'
done about such a situation. After I man, Forrest Horrell Kellogg, Berton E Florida, on the 31st day of December
all, this government is supposed to fishing Saturday at Liberty Point Poor. Mary A Hendly and H Hendly, her 1935, to show what Interest or lien you
landed two nice-sized bass, one husband. Stafford Powers, Horace An- or any of you, have In or to the above ;
': be for all the people as well as by: derson Bestor and Catherine C Bestor described property or any part thereof, :
weighing five pounds and the other his wife Floretta Dana, James F Dana, ,
a few of them., and to show cause, if any, you or any
f, Wy Marjorie B. Wallace four pounds on one cast. While this Edwin L Dana, Marjorie L Dana, W of you have, why said property should >
Clearing 'of the right of way on Dennis Dana C R Dana Mary P Sims not be taken by United States of !
" the Standard Dredging Company'sjob happens frequently to Okeechobee and Harvey Sims her husband, MattyL America for the purposes set forth In
fishermen it is seldom that the fishare Reynolds and E T Reynolds, her raid petition; and this on penalty of !
Dame rumor and her aunts anc1 has started, and I hope by next husband J M Walker, Edith Williams, you, and each and all of you the said '
. her 'cousins and her in-laws and her, week to be able to introduce to you as large as these. Mr. ChagarH J B Robertson, J B Cox Lee M Roan, rc-pondents, being barred of all claim r
was accompanied by John Elmore Individually and as executrix of the and interest in and to said property. t
t2;: nefarious band of children havebeen some of their men who will carryon estate of Charles F, Roan deceased, J WITNESS, the Honorable Alexander I

&; so busy lately that I can't keen I here. From now on this will be of Clewiston and the two together W Roan, J J Davis, Ida M Hendersonand Akerman United States District Judge .
t landed twenty-two pounds of fish. George S Henderson her husband, and likewise the undersigned as Clerk rot
,: up with them. But I am glad tr i busy district-get all the fun of it Harvey S Dyess, George H Graham, said District Court, at Tampa Flor- i
: squash the most pernicious of all while it lasts. I Mr. Chagaris on the day previous Solon B Crews, Leland R Crews JosephJ ida, this the 8th day of November, 1935. f
F. Colman landed forty Davis Rufus M Burchard, Eliza A
with G.
EDWIN R. WILLIAMS Clerk,
t these rumors at the start and on the Ding Ding..'Xate news flash. The Williams and Williams

best of authority. There'b absolutely Clark Dredging Company's tug just pounds of bass. Miner her husband, Mrs Albertine Albert T Rock Wllllams and ,-Fred G By JULIAN Deputy A BLAKE Clerk. !;

nothing to the report that UK went through the, LaBelle bridge William Hooks of LaBelle and' Rock, her husband, Mrs Lee Thomas McE. Johnston, :i

structures at Okeechobee for which with a tow of pontoons for the party caught thirty-five pounds on M Roan as executrix of the estate of Attorney at Law !
John G Lane deceased, W L Murray, MIami Florlda.Attorney ,
Latham was low bidder will not be: dredge Norman H; Davis, so I guess I Saturday, one of which weighed Anne Elizabeth Lupton, Garvey Broth- for Petitioner. ,i

built now. On the contrary Latham she's going to wotk on. this job. Q* S-4 pounds. --------= f
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,. will be starting work ever the-e very Several parties were out over- the 1-

soon and a crew of men are even Mrs. L. M. Knapp holidays with fair success.

now overhauling and repairing' all HOW T "KEEP EDUCATED"Read

his equipment, putting it in first-
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class shape for the
new job. Thorge- Mrs; L. M. Knapp, a former residentof '
i son and Bass have been transferredfrom Moore Haven while her manner of giving snows thl THE C11.KISTIAN SCEEJIVflJE; MDTOii 'IIf '
ih.ir.'irli'r of the ehor' more than ttv
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LaBelle office to Mr.
Lawler husband was employed ,
as an Inspector :.I lrr 'r ,,'!
and I understand eoi.structltve world but does not exploit crime and ,
they will be sent It elves all the new
levee
on government work
here
scandal. Men like the column. "The \\orldi Day"-news at a lance forth
,on this Latham contract.At died Tuesday morning at her home busy reader It has Interesting feature paces for all the family. A
Weekly Magazine:' Section, written by dbtlncuikhed authorities on economic -
Moore Haven, Latham is in Fort Myers following an illncs social and political problems elves a survey of world affairs.
wrecking the field - -- - -'- - -
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form the permanent yacht basin be- and he 'was recently transferred to : a period i $9 of.00 6 months$4,50 3 months $2.23: 1 month 75c

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