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Creation Date: November 22, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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1i VOLUME 9, NUMBER 45 CLEWISTON; FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR

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f Work Begins On :' Latham Contract

I Harvest Season For Cane Will

.i New Storehouse !I Officially Awarded



:'.- Work was_begun_today on the:'I Open Officially Next FridayNext The U. S. Army--Engineers yester-, I!

foundation for a storage shed sixty I' day made the announcement from i

by one hundred feet for the storageof Washington that the ,bid of the E. "

equipment of the U. S. Engineers. H. Latham Company for the construction -1
The new house is to be located on I Friday morning crews 'of Carolina. There will be a large, num- tl-e December freeze cut greatly into of the hurricane gate and ''I

the west bank of the government cane cutters throught both the east- ber of white employees also for 'he expected yield there were 350-
I drainage culverts at the mouth of
storage basin on the strip of land ern and western divisions of the U. work in the mill as mechanics, timekeepers 712.18 tons of cane ground in the Taylor's Creek near Okeechobee and I

between that basin and the S. Sugar Company's holdings will etc., and It Is felt that 'the three months grinding period which
other culverts In that vicinity, had
trial Canal. IndUS-I start harvesting the cane crop for 'mill is opening this ,year at a. most produced a total of 157,192 bags of been approved and the contract was !

The composition roof the 1935-36 season and on Sunday opportune time, ,coming as it does raw sugar which was sent to Savannah -
officially awarded. The contract
supported by wooden pillars around I December 1, the sugar house here just as the big layoff of men takes for refining to Dixie Crystal price is $517,855. j

the edges nearly a foot square. Bowstring will begin operatidn for the new! place on U. S. Engineer work. Many Sugar. Each of these bags weighed I'
I season. On Friday morning trains of these discharged employees have At the same time a bid made by
trusses are used in the roof I f 325 pounds. If severe freeze is not
construction so that no center COl- will leave the sugar house for the !already found places with the sugar forthcoming this season, the yield the Spadaro Construction Companyof

i a umns are necessary and the floor, fields to load the cane and haul it I I company. ( should be a great deal In excess Moore ,Haven for the removal' of i

is clear of all obstructions of that in as cut to the mill where it will Labor Is divided in the harvest of that figure.As two old locks from the Caloosah'aUchee

type. It will have a concrete floor be converted into sugar. fields of the Eastern. division around in the past a guide will be River ,was approved. This bid
was $22,800<1 and was made several
and a clear height of fourteen feet For the past few weeks company' Canal Point and the western divis- stationed at the visitors entrance of
weeks in advance of the Latham bid.
between floor and trusses. chemists have been making experi- ion at Clewiston about equally with the mill to escort visitors throughthe
'I'I However the bid of the Latham I
Plans call for sides on the build- ments with the cane and the resultof about thre hundred men employedat mill at regular intervals on week
Company was much below that
so
ing but O. H. Roberts, 'engineer in these tests indicates that the sugar the sugar house here. days. The mill is closed on Sunday,
of the next nearest bidder and their
charge of construction, states that yield will be exceptionally good Camps have been put In the best for cleaning and repair of machinery -
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experience with the construction Of
due to a shortage of funds the sides this season. Officials of the company of condition during the summer and visitors are asked not to '
these structures there little
I will not be put up until later. It I 'vill make no predictions ,as ,to the months for the housing of color demploye'es. make visits on that day. The guide was
doubt that they would be awardedthe
,I will be used for general storage amount of sugar that will be turn- First aid stations have will 'be on duty from 9 o'clock until
contract and of their em-
purposes and will house the gov-I.ed out at the plant this season but been set up and commissaries, clos- 12 o'clock a. m. and from 1:00 until many
ployees have already moved from
,', .,' ernment tractors, draglines and other it Is safe to say that the output will ed through the summer, reopened.The 4:00 p. m. each week day. Last ,
Moore Haven to Okeechobee.
'I' machinery which has been put out be, considerably larger than that of colored laborers ,are brought in, year in spite of the short season I II I

of use. last year when the December freeze given medical examination at the there were over 4,000 visitors

did considerable damage to the cane recruiting station so that only those shown. through the mill. Every pieceof

and cut, the grinding season short. physically: fit will be employed, are machinery has been overhauledand MORE MEN DROPPED
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DONKEY DIAMOND Company officials state that about I given a house to live in, given painted and the interior of the

3,500 men will be employed during plenty of fire wood and medical attention sugar house at this time is said to i
FROM U. S. PAYROLL
the season. For the past few days so that their only necessary have a better appearance than ever

BALL GAMES HERE negro laborers have been coming in expense is for food and clothing. before.

by the hundreds In every conceivable Their wages here are much above I The opening of the season marks DURING PAST WEEK i!

kind of conveyance. Most of these the average wage paid in the turpentine the beginning of better business for .,

! '. 4 MONDAY TUESDAYNext negro cane cutters are recruited camps and other places 'this section each year and It is to I ;

,. from the state but some of them where a great number of negroesare be hoped that nothing will interfere I
A large number of employees of
come from other southern states, employed.In with a long and ,successful season
the U. S.
'Engineers were dropped :
Monday and Tuesday nights some from as far away as North spite of the fact that last year for the company during 1935-36. :
from the payroll this...week In addition -
c;n Kiwanis Field there will be play i
to those who were cut oft
ed two diamondball games that no
last week and from all reports thereare
one 'will want to miss. Especially is New Bridge AcrossNicodemous LOAN IS WITHDRAWN FOR 'Beardsley Speaks To further reductions to be made ...
that true of those who
were privil- WATER WORKS: HERE
In the personnel before everything
eged to see' two similar games last --
SloughMoore Kiwanis Wednesday quiets down.
year for again the trained donkeysare According to stories carried In
The Pahokee section of the project
coming to town to take part in this morning's paper, the PWA
: has {suffered more than any
that greatest of all comedy games, ( Haven Democrat) project, for a loan of $50,910: for .
J. E. Beardsley was guest speakerat tf the others as work in that terri-
donkey diamondball.The .- the of the local
t The John E. Ballinger Construction improvement waterworks the regular meeting of the Ki- tory is most, nearly completed. Only

'. games are being put on as Company, of Lakeland, well remembered has been withdrawn wanis club Wednesday night and eight men have been retained there,

a benefit by the local Kiwanis Club I here as the contractors on for the reason., that.. anticipated proved his familiarity with produc- most of them being on the 'survey

under the direction of T. B. Shelley? the Moore Haven-Mains Corner paving revenues were not sufficient. tiveness of the muck soil as, compared party which will take care .of the

'-,,*' chairman of, the dip.moni Jballcom"mittee -.'' began"work._Monday on ,the..new Thirteen other projects. In the with other soils in the cultiva- Arundel job and the engineer ,and
--' and state also and
: President
A. W. Law- bridge at, Nicodemus Slough, the were rejected .tion 'of citrus fruit. clerk In the office. More than sev-
rence. Monday night the game will contract for which was recently eleven new ones approved.AVithdrawnl there
: Mr. Beardsley spoke at some enty men have been dropped
be played between the '' of this loan whichhas '
LaBelle High' .
.
awarded to them.C.
.' length on the experiments which it is reported.
School team and the tentatively approved several
t- Clewiston'I T. Felix, of St. Petersburg, was have been made In the past in grow- Clewiston is expected to hear
It0; school team.' Tuesday night will weeks ago is a sore; disappointment -
see low bidder on this ,contract when ing citrus fruits on the muck, manyof more from the cutting next week as
; the fats art' the leans of Clewiston' as the money was bacllrneeded
bids were opened on August 20 witha which have failed due to incom- it is said that several of the office
frolicking under the flpodlights'a for improving the system
bid of approximately $9,000. As petence leading to the belief that employees will either be transferredor
stride dimunitive beasts of burden and extending some of the mains.
the government had only the fruit trees ,would not thrive on dropped and the warehouse per-

and there are few indeed who can ated $5,000 for the bridge appropri-I' .--- the black soil of the Everglades. He sonnel is to be cut as low as pos-

afford to miss the laughs that will the contract was held up ,?- 'CaloosallatcheeCacoglaphy described the plantings now under- sible. No official statement has been

go with these two games. ly awarded recently to the Ballinger way on a large scale at Osceola secured this week but it is generally

The rules require that every player company for around the $5,000 Farms:; and at his own farm in the understood, that the end of the

with the exception of the pitcher -' estimated cost. Bare Beach section and expressed shake-up Is not yet in sight and em-

and catcher' ride a ,donkey. These The bridge will have three 25-foot: the belief that certain kinds of cit- ployees still retaining their jobs are

two players are confined to a rectangle -' concrete spans with ,I-beams sup- rus fruit could easily be grown on badly worried.

which runs from the back- ported by' treated'timber piling. the By Marjorie B. Wallace local soil. The dredge Welatka closed down

stop to ten feet behind the : and is tied
pitcher's afternoon
Wednesday up
over-all length being 75.44 feet. It -- He spoke of the different fruits
box and when" they leave this rec- will have a twenty-four foot road- This week we must bid Mr. Lloydan raised in the state and the increasing here with almost the entire crew
tangle it is a balk and the runner' I } Some of the
''of laid :off indefinitely.
way, the approaches tapering from official farewell, with our per- popularity comparativelynew
advances. When 'a batter hits a ball twenty-four to 'twenty 'feet in 500 sonal regrets. He has been transferred fruits, stating that the pink men have been able to secure other

he must mount his donkey and'' feet each side of, the bridge.As to Clewiston, where he will have, grapefruit vas rapidly becoming amore employment but for ,the most part
check out for first base so on1 I i stranded
: and comparatively
: l- near as can be estimated the charge of maintenance work: hii marketable fruit than the plain they are
'
< <, around the diamond. : work
: The fielders of securing
-- bridge will be located toward the wide experience in contracting colored fruit. Limes, too, have to a with-little hope
must field the ball from ': relief' rolls.
donkeys unless allowed to sign
lake, opposite the widest part of the makes him eminently fitted for this great extent replaced the imported
and are allowed to dismount still made to secure -
being
Efforts
only'to curve in the Lakeport road at Nico- position ,and although we are sorry lemon making it a valuable fruiton are

retrieve the ball. He must mount demus Slough. The centerline Is to have him leave LaBelle office, the market and the avacado, well some ruling from Washingtonwhich

again before throwing. There are about two hundred feet toward the his transfer is certainly for the ,goodof adapted to the muck soil is one of will allow the men dropped

,. many other less Important rules I lake from the centerline of the road the job, as a' whole, Mrs. Lloyd the most popular of fruits, he said. from the payrolls to secure cards

which are put in to make the game at this point and directly oppositethe and, the girls will remain here. Mr. Mr.. Beardsley's talk was both interesting -I for work on WPA and PWA projects ,
better designed for the spectators but action has
5 drainage culvert in the levee and Lloyd will be missed by the effici- ; and ,enlightening to the in this ,section no
.5 j ": enjoyment. about hundred and that he club. Following the been taken at this time. IPAnEXT.rEACHERS
a fifty,feet away. ent and loyal organization members of the

.' \F The games will start at 8:00 and There is also to be constructed in has built up, but Fince'' Connally talk there was a discussion of thedonkey ENTERTAINFOR

1;":;. an admission price of 35 cents for connection with the bridge about Nail is coming over to take LaBelle. diamond ball games to be DADS LAST FRIDAY NIGHT

adults and 15 cents for children is'' 1,900 feet of fill as approaches: to office you may be sure that the staged at Kiwanis Field Monday and

being charged. If you really wantto cut off the horseshoe curve in the work will go forward with dispatch Tuesday night, arrangements for The Parent-Teachers Associationheld

, be entertained and enjoy a lot of old road. The elevation will be a lit- and accuracy. which had already been completed their regular meeting in the

rib-rattling laughs, the investment tle over two feet above that of the Out at Ortona Spadaro is getting earlier in the day by a committee. school. auditorium last Friday night

." .' for a ticket to either' one or both of present road. The fill work will steam up for driving the piling. He J The Board of Directors next made This was Dad's Night and there wasa

:. t these games will be well_ worth- probably be done by state; forces has a locomotive boiler mounted on I their report on the selection of a large representation of male pat-

while. following the completion of the the bank; it's sheathed in asbestos secretary, for the club to succeed A. rons of the school at the meeting.

':,<'.' bridge and plans call for the removal -,',;nd has a stack made of dredge pipe I' W. Lawrence, recently elected pres- The main talk of the evening was

"\ MINER GRADING BEANSAT of all muck and back-filling 'with i held in place by three dead men.i ident, and who had served as sec- given by Dr. D. Jenkins Williamson

NEW PLATFORM marl. I I and the water is piped In from a retary since the formation of the the topic, "Influence of Dad on

, I standpipe' about 25 feet high. All club. B. E. Herring was named to the .Children", which was discussed
; C. E. Miner finished the installation .
C. NALL TAKES: CHARGEOF fill this position.
in the completed
. S I this was brought on in a most entertaining manner.
of one grader belt at the grad- I
LaBELLE ENGINEER OFFICE _
I spur line. Several feet have been The program was started by the
: ing platform which he hajs? built cut off the boom of one of the RUTH BRYAN OWEN: SPEAKSTO : ryth'm band, composed of ,membersof

during the past two weeks on the W. C. Nail, of Moore Haven,' was Northwest draglines and the steam YOUNG DEMOCRATS OF D.C. '1\Irs. L'awler's music class, who
'. south. end of his warehouse aouth I
last week from Paho-
transferred hammer 'will be hung on that. There gave a drill and showed the resultof
; '. of the A. C. L. freight station
Wednesday -
kee to LaBelle to take charge of the are 3,500 wood piles and58,000 Washington, No21 (FNS- intensive training on the part of

; afternoon and began grading LaBelle Engineer office and super- square feet of sheet steel piling to Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen, Minister to Mrs. Lawler and, study on the partof
.j : beans there Thursday morning. I
vise the contracts now underway on drive, so you'll need cotton in your Denmark, enjoying a home leave, the participants In the short time.

fixtures Electricians, working on lighting I I the Caloosahatchee River. He replaces ears when you visit this job. The was principal speaker at a meeting'of since the organization of the band.

':",:; carpenters busy assembling G. F. Lloyd who was sent to Clew- steam hammers are brand new and the Young Democrats of the Dis- Dr. Williams talk was followed by a
'the grading belt, and a crew of sec'iV' -
iston to supervise maintenancework. they: are beauties. trict of Columbia, division of Young violin solo by Lawson Jones. Miss
tion men laying an ,additional lengthof '
/ Spadaro Is lucky in having a 'remarkably Democrats of America, of' which'' Lucille Hampton, secretary of the

spur track past the platform Mr. Nall has had charge of the dry hole to 'work in.-re-/ Acey Carraway of Orlando former' Association, read the minutes of the
made, this 'a busy scene as plans
. Pahokee office for the past two markable' because the bottom of the secretary of the Florida organization previous meeting after which the
were being rushed to start gradingas
., I years or more and under his supervision excavation is 24 feet below the river is now national secretary. president, Mrs. B. A. Bourne ad-

soon as possible.Mr. I work' on that side of the lake level and only a short distance fromit Just prior to her address, Mrs. journed the business meeting and a

Miner has in a large acreageof I progressed with greatest speed and yet very little water seeps in. Owen was presented with a gor- social hour was enjoyed.

beans and plans to handle the i| accuracy. He Is familiar with the Ca- This is, no doubt, already one of geous boquet. of American Beauty refreshments of cookies and

fruit from the fields of a number of loosahatchee in every respect and the deleterious effects of 'that Cross roses from the Florida State Society, punch 'were served by the pupils of

farmers in this section. Anothe. Will make' a most efficient super- State canal. (Tampa papers please by secretary Dan P. Mularkey pfeFernandina. :the second grade and their teseer,

grading belt will be added shortlyL j Visor of construction worK there.!: (Continued on Page ,8) Mrs. W. Q :rr wHt. '.








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THE CLEWISTON NY\VS. NOVEMBER 22, 1935



SUNDAY, the spectacular

News Review of Current BILLY whose liery ell'<|iunce '
led many thousands to "hit th! saw- WHAT NOWHEY YOU HEARD MECABBAGE
BRISBANETHIS CORNED BEEF AND
dust trail" to the altar and' seek salvation !

: died of heart disease lit the
. Events the World Over +
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home of his brother-in-law in Chicago. "tt1
WEEK
His wife, known all ,over the land as Y r"

'. "' .', "Ma," was with him at the end and
said Billy died as'he had always
Something About Billions, Various' State and City Elections Give Cheer to Both wished, suddenly. Mr. Sunday,' who

Earthquakes Restoration'' was almost seventy-three years of age,
Parties-Greece Votes for
Marvelous New Cars was a professional ball player In his

News From EthiopiaSilas of King George II. youth. lIe was converted In 1SSG and S 4
In 1003 was ordained a Presbyterian
head of the '" '.. M1 LITTLE MISS MUFFET
[L Strawn, once minister.

American Bar association and presI- "By EDWARD W. PICKARD One of America's leading,, scientists, SITS ON A TUFFET .,. .
dent of the United Osborn In New AND SAYS "I WANT NO WHEY1"I'VE
died
Fairfield
Chnmoer 01 II (! Western Newspaper Union. '. I IREPUllLICANR i Henry GOT MY TOMS
States
I York at the age of seventy-three years.
Ir SOUR STOMACH COMES .
Commerce, says the shouted loudly that the act, to treat! the law as "Invalid and He was eminent In many branches of I'LL EAT MY FlllTODAYl"
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country 1 Is spending their party I In 'the of no effect." science and was sometimes called*"the

7,000 a minute, New York: state electionns a terri The Securities and Exchange commission successor to Darwin and Huxley.' For

and thinks it Is too f fir hlnw to thp New Oral and a repudiation announced in Washington,1IOWever years he was the president of the "YOU NEVER KNOW V/HEN"

lY : much. Your small ] of President that enforcement of the act will American Museum of Natural [His so..CARRY..TUMSPEOPLE

boy will tell you Itoosevelt. The Demo continue despite the ruling.! tory.OOVIET.
$7,000 a everywhere arc surprising their
how much TJ crats declared: It was eating foods they have long avoid-
minute makes In ,1CKENZIE KING, the prime ed by carrying a roll of Turns right In their
the eighteenth
JamesA Russia celebrated -
"all no suc'l-'thlnlr.' M new. pocket. Millions have learned this quick safeway
one year. Once (Farley.ho Is both minister of Canada, was In Washington anniversary of the Bolshevik to eliminate heartburn, sour stomach, gas,-
world won- acid indigestion in this pleasant TUMS
the way.
with President
national I and state negotiating revolution with a tremendous displayof represent a real scientific advancement. They
"
dered, or at leastwe chairman of the Democrats Roosevelt a reciprocal trade agreement its armed strength in Moscow.\ !: Infantry contain no harsh alkalies. Instead a remarkable

did, when there gave them their between the United States and the Do- cavalry: tanks and all the oth- antacid stomach that acid.never No danger does more of over-alkalizing than neutralize the

was talk of spendIng ,."a iynaa''r, cue when he declared: minion. Completion of such a treaty er army services marched for hours stomach or blood. The custom of carrying a
of roll of TUMS in your pocket will save a
one-quarter many
: recapture of control of was one of the planks of King's recent., past the tomb of Lenin, where stood day for you. They're so economical-only lOca
,a billion on the the legislature: by the election platform. Joseph II. Stalin and qther leaders to roll-ask any druggist'
Arthur Brisbane panama canal. Now, "normal"anj Canada buys more from the United r FORTHETIMMY
G. 0. P. was review the long parade. n ft
profess could spend that, after ..w.,.. ....... ,- and 1 ., ,
any States than other country, '
that the DemoJ. any Voroshlloff, commissar. for war and U \1JJ fiW (t);
three minutes', thinking, and news that A. Farley America, in turn Is Canada's best cus tIDM'R'
,
cratic vote for assem- i
fif- navy, declared in the order of the day TUMS AREANTACID. .. I
has increased .
the nation's deficit tomer. Last America exported 'V" {
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bly candidates taken: as a whole exceeded :rear that the Soviet was ready to "
teen hundred millions in the past few Canada and army NOT A N.NDYTOG.LYFr
goods worth $302,000,000::: to lAXATIVEtt
I the Republican vote by more protect the frontiers of "our sacred
weeks startles nobody. than half a million, which was something imported goods worth $231,000,000.These >I?R1 '1'hid week at your(Iruaglst a licau-
land" at any moment. lie warned the tTit-U. tlful 5 Color; 10 J5-1030 Calendar Thermometer
of an exaggeration.The totals compare with 1020! totalsof with tho purchase of a IQo roll of Tum.
The world has passed through'earth- 'world that danger of a new generalwar or a 25n box of NR (The All Vegetable Laxative)
-048.000,000 and $503,000,000 re
Republicans gained nine additional -
quake: week.: Earthquakes in Montana, hung: over mankind.
seats in the assembly, giving, spectively. I _
greatest sufferer on this continent. them S2 to OS held by the Democrats. Ever Present 1:.{

Severe shocks are reported in Siam. Only two senate' eats were involvedin WHILE; : the invading Italians were WHEN the nations get together in People who make sheep of them- ---

Earthquakes In Buffalo. N. Y.; Ottawa the contest,. both to 'fill vacancies.' further and further into In December for the next I selves will! not look, far for a tyrant.

Toronto, I Guayaquil, Ecuador; One of them went to a Republican his realm. Emperor Haile Selassie I of naval conference It is not likely: they

a busy seismographic week. and the other to a Democrat, leaving Ethiopia celebrated the fifth anniversary will be able to agree on much in the ,

And the moon is partly to blame. the'setup of the upper legislature body of his corona- way of ]limitation of naval armament.,

Its power of gravitation exercises a unchanged.In tion, and .he did It in But there is a good prospect that Italy 3oRF S JO\\I;;l f.J. ..,

strong pull on the earth, as It showsIn .45 cities of the state, the Republicans fine style, too. Escorted will there demand the neutralizationof /&... I

lifting the ocean, tides. Dr. HarlanT. elected 33 mayors, Including Roland by a throng of the straits of Gibraltar, which

Stetson, of Harvard, says the moop, .E: Marvin of Syracuse, possible feudal chiefs in bar- would extremely distasteful and FE ET
causes "sub-surface adjustments of the nominee for''governor next year. The baric attire, the kingof perhaps embarrassing to'Great Britain.

earth." President saw Hyde Park go Republican kings and his Diplomats are certain the British would So

i t: and Farley failed to hold his own queen passed throughthe refuse to make the concession. CRACKED TOtS 6 ti\ O

The new cars of 1936, now on exhibition district In Rockland county. streets of Addis It was reported In Paris that the fI

" are so extraordinarily beau The Democratic organization In New Ababa amid wildly Duce would ask that the straits be put ITCHING 1'GESSore

" tiful that' every American should see York cause through strongly and men w cheering thousands, in the same, status as the Suez canal- ,
and gave thanks to and 'would offer to scrap two 35.000ton tired, aching feet-cracked, bleed-
t them, regardless of Intention to buy aces the prospect of a re-election for _
w : .n God in :St. George'sEmperor battleships now under construction as ing and Itching:toes-how quickly these
: a new car. Most encouraging is the :Mayor LaGuardia, observers hold. The Haile troubles yield to Dr. Porter's Antiseptic '
I r' determined energy that business men Fusion forces, which turned Tammanyout Selassie cathedral. Afterward, an evidence of his good faith. Britain Healing Oil! An amazing antiseptic, It '
seated on his Ivory, hopes France will support her atti- promptly kills the parasites that cause I
and engineers of the automobile Indus- two crumbled.In '
years ago. itch, Irritation and cracking. It combats
' try have shown in fighting the depres- Philadelphia S. Davis Wilson, Republican and teakwood throne In the palace; tude concerning' this demand and in also the action of sweat acids which puff "

,:. ,. sion, while Improving that. which was he received the felicitations of the ,I return may _agree 'to take a larger percentage and swell the feet.A remarkable healing
elected but the
mayor agent, it helps repair the sore and dam-
chieftains and the diplomatic corps of exports from French ,Morocco
: seemed beyond improvement. vote was close enough for the Demo- aged skIn.
In' the afternoon Halle gave the .soldiers to strengthen 'France's position In You have never tried anything like Dr.
crats to call it a virtual victory for a great feast of raw meat, and that colony. French naval experts Porter's Antiseptic HealingOil.lt makes I
i Rome gives confirmation of the the New Deal Cleveland, Columbusand for foot comfort never before known.Dr. '
, in the evening he entertained the diplomats said that, while neutralization of the Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil is made :
slaughter of six thousand women and 23 out of 42 other cities and townsIn I
and nobles at a state banquet straits would guarantee free passage by the makers of Grove's Laxative Bromo
children by Ethiopian warriors taking Ohio chose Republican mayors, andso with golden service and rare wines. for France for :all time, yet "It would Quinine and sold by all druggists at 30c
the 'fathers of the chil- number of in and 60c with guarantee satisfactionor
vengeance on did a municipalities The emperor holds !that the big oil be better to have a strong British I money back.
dren who deserted to Italy. Rome,also Massachusetts.\ Connecticut Socialists concession, negotiated' American hold on Gibraltar" In .case France '___ _

reports the killing of five hundred re-elected Jasper McLevy\ mayor of ,interests by F. M. Rickett, the English got inn: a war with Germany and was

Ethiopians' by Italian bombing planes; Bridgeport and Democratic mayors promoter, still holds good although the faced with the prospect of German Right: Us Right
and "an attempt to ,assassinate Haile were returned In Hartford and New Americans relinquished It at the sug- submarines entering the Mediter- lIe can't be wrong' whose life Is

Selassie by an unnamed American ne- Haven. Republicans gained control of In the right.-Anon.
;:'\. gestion of Secretary Hull. "This con- rannean to ravage her commerce. .
gro." the New Jersey legislature, but Hudson cession," said Halle, "is an integral 'fr

>.... Haile Selassie of Ethiopia has "flung county, including Jersey City, went part of our national economic pro- a conference with agricul I :

It the last available man Into the battle Democratic by a record vote. gram. We purposely granted! It to a AFTER specialists and representaUves .. ... I I

".; line," relying on old men, young boys Results in the spectacular electionin neutral country like the United Statesin of farmers Secretary of Agriculture : 'l

, and women to run his' government, re- Kentucky: gave the New Dealers a order to avoid political complications Wallace announced that a two '4 ;
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i( ', minding you, of the late czar's announcement real reason'for rejoicing, for A. B. and International jealousies. It year program for corn and hog producers : t MyldealRemedyforj I

t. that: he" was going to send Chandler, known as "Happy," the Dem- is unfortunate that war must delay Its had been determined upon, the .. 3:, mUEAiPA<<:HIE }

:.. "his last moujik." He did hot live to ocratic candidate' : for governor who had fullfilment. ,Through the benefits accruing main features of which are: :>: .: "Though I have tried all good

I' do that. the support of the national adminIs- to this concession we hope to 1. Prevention 'of an excessive pro- '. "';';:" remedies Capudine suit me i

rJ: tration, handily defeated Judge King raise the social level of people and duction of corn In 1936 and 1937. ", ,4.i'< best.rorheadache It is quick,neuralgic and ,gentle.ormuss "- 1;t

1::. The national effort to "buy ourselves Swope, Republican nominee.. This provide them with honorable remunera- 2. Allowance]] of an Increase In, next J i. : cle aches and periodic pains JIl

' .'. out of the hole" encounters, difficul despite the fact that Democratic Gov- tive emploj'rnent." year's pig crop that would be at leastas i.?.. .. :i*. use Capudine either Brand Capudine Tablets.Liquid or .i

, : ., ties. The President, to,,,make his four ernor Lafoon had declared himself great as It Is estimated would take: 4-

r._ ..., billions cash spread as far as possible, against. Chandler and threw his sup- THE League of Nations set Novem place were no adjustment program. in D t
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announced top wages of $93; &' month. port to Swope. The, referendum on 18 'as the day on which the effect. } .
"
y But union labor says, "No ; you must repeal of the state prohibition amend- economic sanctions against Italy 3. Prevention of an excessive Increase '

pay us t full union wages'," and New ment gave, the repealists a good ma- should be put into effect, and, later In the 1937 pig crop.

"' York may havea: state-wide strike to jority, decided that coal, iron and oil shouldbe The new contract will require that CleanseInternally

back: the demand President' Roosevelt In Virginia and Mississippi all the Included In the embargo. The an area at least equal to the numberof

Ic it Is said, refuses concede that Democratic nominees were elected, league appointed Premier Laval of acres withdrawn from productionof ret :

public relief is a branch of union labor which was to be expected. France and Sir Samuel Hoare, British corn be added to the usual area of s t and feel! ths difference! I

,- '' and, even with 1930( looming, foreign minister, to carry on peace negotiations the farm devoted to soilimprovingand l'', ,Why lot constipationhold

ahead, may insist that two 'governments of Greece is once more with' Italy. Sir Samuel still erosion- preventing uses. This requirement -, you back? Feel

In the country are one too many.' GEORGE. The plebiscite resulted in insisted, any peace must be within the was a part of the 1934 corn- 1 your best, look your

his recall by a hug majority, and before framework of the League. hog contract but was relaxed when the X best-cleanse inter- I

: Greece Is ready to take back her I long the monarch will be back on The Italian armies on the northern drouth come. ,nallythe way. CflSFIEtD easy tea-cup TEA la
the he abdicated front pushed further Into Ethiopia, following F not a miracle worker
;> king and many Greeks are growIng throne
and with bombing Wrlfo tor week of this
the tanks but a
12 awarded by the Car 4
: "spike. mustaches like his. Many years ago. were
MEDALS FREE SAMPLE "intcr al beauty treat*
and -column -
active overhead one
"" Germans grew mustaches, curling upward The vote in favor of planes hero fund commission to 47 CO.ment will, asto.sh
l-;. to imitate their former kaiser. the restoration was almost :entered the city of Ilauzien on men and children of the United States GARFIELD Dopt.TEA 55Brooklyn. you. Begin tonight.
unanimous the way Makale.. The Invaders met their relatives in 11 N. Y. (At your drug .store) :
f. There[ Is not much. in imitating mus- even and Canada, or to :
f. taohes. in, ;Crete, the birthplace with no resistance of consequence. cases. Most of the awards are for rescues -
'
: You wonder why the Greeks cannot of the republican of persons from drowning.Two [m ;

find a Greek for king, if they must leader Venizeloswho PRESIDENT: ROOSEVELT has accepted silver medals were awarded and f r

have 'a king. In days of "the glory "is now in exile A an Invitation from EdwardA. 45 bronze. The sliver ones went to i

, that was Greece" it wasn't necessaryto and.under sentence of O'Neal, president, of the American James C. Martin, fifty-one-year-old Jop- BI cw: c-s: need WarmthMiserable .1
federation to be-
Bureau appear
go outside among "barbarians" to death. Farm lin (Mo.) laborer and Christine Stew-
'As the results of the fore that organization in Chicago on of Brookline, Mass. backaches or muscle pains causedby
find a ruler. r art, thirty-five, rheumatism, neuritis, arthritis, sciatica. t
hnlloHn. came in. Prtmler >. A December. 9 and deliver an address.Mr. Martin went into a sewage pit tryingto lumbago and strain all respond instantly to $
J... .Goli; dY-I s King Roosevelt will arrive In Chicagoat fellow worker. Both Allcock's Porous Plaster. The glow of warmth t
: You may' \want to know that' in England save a makes you feel good right away. Treats ache for
.' appeared on a balcony George II nine o'clock: that morning, make his drowned. Miss Stewart leaped into the pain where it is. Insist on Allcock I IJast.'Ilon&
where good times have really of a government building and announced speech, and start back to Washingtonthree near Bar Harbor, Me., in an at- ,,comesotfeasily. Get relief money r
come back, the Tories have made sea back.26 at ? ; or4AUcockOssiiunff f7fl t"Iov-i:
heavy gains at the present election and : "As of tomorrow, King hours later. tempt to save Emily McDougall, thir- ,N,Yo"f f
the Labor George II will be king of the Hellenes.,, The President's promised trip to In- ty-one. Rescuers pulled them out 40
party, s sustains heavy, losses. '
Ramsay MacDonald head of Britain's There will be po political parties. diana to take part in the dedication ofa minutes later. Miss McDougall died. WNU-7 40 35WHEN : .

first Labor government( rejoices oiien- They have been broken up by the peo- memorial to George Rogers Clark at

ly at labor's downfall. : His work as .,ple themselves and a new epoch of Vincennes has been postponed until GERMANY has no designs on west- .. at tb YTX '. J't

prime minister seems to have changed reconstruction will start. June of next year, when he will also but she does Intendto t

his opinions. Experience often changesour .' visit the Texas centennial expositionin promote her expansion in the Bal t 'i a Ja tj t

minds. ROSSLY arbitrary, unreasonableand Dallas tic states, and hopes later to divide
capricious," was the way the Ukraine with Poland. That Is the j

Ed Howe, an able writer of Kansas, Federafu.TudgeiYfrlUam' C. Coleman of A DMINISTRATOR HARRY L. HOP- substance of assertions made by Per- kidneys function badly and t

Is expected to "put aside his pencil Baltimore ',described> the public utility _iX_ InNS Issued an order barring tlnax and Genevieve Tabouis, two of YY you suffer a nagging backache, I

\ and pen forever," because his doctor holding' ast; and he held the law unconstitutlorfal from work relief Jobs all persons noon the leading political writers of the with dizziness, burning, scanty or too :,

warns him that blindness is approaching. In Its entirety. In a long'' the dole as of November 1. He said, Paris press. They say Dr. Hjalmni frequent urination and getting up at (/

decision, the Judge declared that the however, that despite this order 10 per Schacht, minister of finance, revealed night when you feel tired Pills.Doan's nervous, I

Mr. Howe will his act's "invalid provisions" were "so cent non-relief labor could be employed these plans to Jean Tannery--president all upset use Doen's >
I Perhaps tell doctor are especially for poorly
multifarious and on project, and more in the Bank: of France, and Mon
i : "Milton did much of his Important so intimately and repeatedly any of working kidneys. Millions of boxes ;
Interwoven throughout the cases. The $330,000,000 public Norman, president' of the Bank ot
act specific
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writing after he was totally tagu are used every year. They are recommended -, !.
blind, and I can do the same" Mr. as to render them Incapable'of separation works: non-tederal program and the England. the country over. Ask your

;11 Howe can use a dictating machine, from such parts of the act, If any, $100,000,000 low cost housing program Schacht, the writers say, exhortedthe neighbor!

, whereas Milton dictated to his daughters as otherwise might be valid. have been exempted entirely from the two financiers to act with Ger
I Judge Coleman instructed trustees relief labor requirement because of a many "In the financial field" to end
I who, uneducated, found it difficult
: to write down his Latin dictation. for the American States Public Service shortage of skilled construction w rk. the Italo-Ethloplan conflict as i-!> u aa

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I PREPARATION ------- IMPROVED'UNIFORM CANINES POSSESSVOCABULARY .' mnn speech, It must be conceded, Ina
.' lesser degree; that we understand
Be sure you can think before you INTERNATIONAL SAYS FREE "
undertake to study.Dolt. theirs. For to the practiced ear, the .
KENNEL AUTHORITYDogs barking,'even of an unseen dog, car-
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New Book
SUNDAY ries, in the variations of tone and
Lesson tempo, many diverse significances. Tells How TrappersGet

can speak and reason, accord- Surely In the expressions of wel- EXTRA MONEY
By REV. P. B. FITZW ATER. D. D.. come, fear, defiance
anger menace ,
Member of Faculty Moody Bible > Ing to an article, by Henry Charles == f.rRAWFURSNew
Institute of Chicago.Union. Suter, In the American Kennel Ga- 'warning,_ enjoyment, there are distinct :
f. Western Newspaper and different
zette. tones.' Tips to Trappers book tells

f Guess ButKnow "The fact that mankind ,alone pos- "Were our hearing powers developed la award<
: Lesson for November 24 sesses the power of .consequential to possibilities of the preparatIon..lnSear87thNatIonal automobilcsrorcareful pelt l.COUPON,-MAIL, ,

thought," writes Mr. Suter, "is a dog, probably we should realize that aa Fur your Sbow.agent Also, totting how you Scars highestvalue act!

r.t THE MESSSAGE OF HAGGAI AND pleasing,. popular, but to say the the canine language Is far more 1 your furs.we believe Your copy obtainable Is FREE.l for -HOW ':;
flexible and expressive than Mall coupon below.
ZECHARIAH least, a somewhat' presuIUItious'no. we sup- -- rrr rrrr ..
I,' tion. The truth Is that animals can pose." Mail ;point below nearest to you:
_/i .: .roO LESSON TEXT-Haegai 1:2-8; 2:8 9; be taught. Certainly, clogs 'can be SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. :'-

.Zechariah 4:610.GOLDEN trained, anybody; I knows.: But they Chicago-Philadelphia-Memphis ,.
"Pain"Remedy TEXT-I was glad when Palace Houses Thousands
the
Whether also can learn! much through their Dallas-Kansas City-Seattle '
into the ,\ {
they said unto me, Let is go ,
house of the Lord. Psalm 122:1. own reasoning faculties! and by experience -. Some 3,000 of the 32,000 people of Please mall me.without cost or obligation,fur silo- <
You Use PRIMARY TOPIC At New House for and observation. Split, one of the seaports of Yugo- ping tags and latest edition ot"Tlpa to.Trappcrs."

God. V slavia, live within the walls of the
(, is SAFE? JUNIOR TOPIC-Building a Houso of "It is not Instinct alone that Diocletian palace, which covers near- N amo.......,...............................
teaches a dog how a door may be

Worship.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR4 opened by", the simple raising (of a ly nine acres and Is one of the largest Fostofflce.....................State.........
TOPIC-Why We Build Churches. latch, or is It mere Instinct that private residences ever built.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT makes a dog measure time. Does nota Travelers who visit Split spend most Rural Bouto................BorKo.........
Don't Entrust Your TOPIC-Building Adequate Churches. of their 'time outdoors, so they can
domesticated dog, in a ,methodical Street Address......,........................,
.t:; ; Own or Your Family's After the returned captives had set family, accommodate himself to the enjoy thebrilliant sunshine... rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr-rrrr.r U8W241
tied down in the towns surrounding habits not only of the household but i"
Well Being to Unknown
. Jerusalem, the people were called together of the Individual members of It with

f\ Preparations for the purpose of establishingthe most persistent precision?" ,_
\ ';'. worship of the Lord God. This Dogs' understanding and use of 0

person to ask whether the movement was led by Joshua the priest speech Is explained as follows: Reward of constant care* II I

preparation you or your family and Zerubbabel the governor. In view '"There can be no question that
,; are taking for the relief of headaches of Hie! fact that the clearing' away of dogs, although they are unable to With 'Cntlcnra Soap and Cntlcnra
'
r is SAFE, to use regularly is
your
J ., doctor. Ask him particularly the debris of the old city and temple'and respond similarly, can understand z t Ointment. Let these gentle emollients
\ family
,,;;:; about Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN. the erection of the new temple many words and phrases of human t( r Le your beauty aids. At night bathe freely
\: '
.'" would take a long time an altar was speech. Clearly, It must be accounted =: with hot water and Cuticura Soap. If any 4"a4
t He will tell you that before the itf signs of pimples, blotches, red, skin
erected where sacrifices might be offered to some dogs that they possess a rough
discovery of Bayer Aspirin most '
'remedies advised at once to God. considerable vocabulary, since manya appear, anoint with Cuticura Ointment. '

:j.1 against"pain"by physicians were as bad for the I. The Laying of the Foundation of chance expression In an ordinary w Daily care will help to keep the skin clear

. ly,. stomach and, often, for the heart. the New Temple (Ezra 3:8-13)). conversation, brings an apparently and attractive.
Which is food for thought if you This was an auspicious occasion and sleeping dog to animated attention ] Soap 25c. '!,
seek quick, safe relief. celebrated with Impressive cere _' d
was "Since dogs can understand hu- Ointment 25c and SOc.
Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin monies.
I
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among the fastest methods yet dis- 1. The priests In their official apparel '.:':':::.::.:.::':'.::....::.:....'.....' '
)' .'. covered for the relief of headaches (v. 10). These garments symbolized > ] 1
1.;, and the'pains of rheumatism, neuritis their ccccecratlon to the Lord'sseIvice. reston ';2.LGRQUWD
i. and neuralgia. And the experi- ; j
, ence of millions of users has proved :
r' for the 2. The priests with trumpets (v. 10) .
it safe average person to use '..,.:'.:':::
regularly.,In your own interest remember Trumpets were used in calling the people .. :' 'I

c:- ,' : '- this. together.

:::', ,. You can get Genuine Bayer 3. The Levltes with cymbals (v. 10).. GRIP TIRES

..t.);. Aspirin drug store- simply This was according to, the arrange
I, by asking for it by Sits full name, ments made by David (I Chron. 15).
,0.,-" BAYER ASPIRIN. Make it a 4. They sang together by course (v.
i V point to do this-and see that
: you 11). This means that they sang to
.: get what you want.Bayer .
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4 v one another responsively. I
tr" :' 5. Mingled weeping and singing ( {3\ ':::k\.}v. S Cv "

Aspirin 12, 13)). Some of the older men VV'I I

r;::, "- had seen the magnificent temple !
Solomon wept when they saw how far !
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, '.' short the present foundation came of
the former temple. Others were glad 1

Conscience because of the favor of God which had

,,.:V---'-......-'y Despotic conscience rules our hopei brought them back.

;,,:', ..:.1" and fears.-Ovid. II. The Building of the Temple' Hindered
(Ezra 4)).
'i"" '. -" The leading adversaries were the
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Samaritans, a mongrel people, the offspring -
Chills
"Stop of the poor Jews who were left

t in Palestine and the foreign people 4 /

. who were sent Into Talestine after the II I i! tSk
and Fever! Jews were taken captive. The three <
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perils which delayed the building of .

r the temple for about fourteen years .
RidYourSysfem of Malaria! reveal the persistent methods which' w V

the enemies of God use to hinder the
Shivering with chills one moment and REGARDLESS
> burning with fever the next-that's one building program of God's people In of

of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked, every age.
the disease will do serious harm to your 1. An unintelligent pessimism (3: .

health. Malaria, a blood infection, calla 12)). Because things were not as prom-
for two First the infection No Chains WEATHER !
things. destroying ising as they should be, some were ,
in the blood. Second, buildingup
to forward with a
not disposed go
the blood to overcome the effets: of
the disease and to fortify against further constructive program and even hindered & '. I
\ attack. those who possessed a hopeful '
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies outlook. Under the circumstances, a ; V Vv ITH these'new Firestone

both these effects. It contains tasteless glorious beginning had been made FOR CARS "
quinine, which kills the infection in the which had promise of great things In ,
blood, and iron, which enriches and the future. 4.40/4.50/4.75-21..5- 7.85 Ground ,Grip: Tires you can now

builds up the blood. Chills and fever 4.75/5.00.19. . .... .. 8.50
2. Worldly compromise ((4:2, 3)
soon stop and you are restored to health 8.35 from farm to another withno
(; The adversaries said, "Let us build 4.50/4.75/5.00-20 ..... go: one ;
'mayV and comfort. For half Grove'sr
.. a century, 5.25/5.50-17 ....... to.55
:" :.' Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief with you: for we seek your God: .
for Malaria. It is just as useful, too, as a This Is Satan's most common and effective 5.25/S.50.18. .. .... .. '10.65 trouble at all, or you can drive i
general tonic for old and young.Pleasantto method. The help of the unregenerate 6.00.16---------------- 11.95
V V take and absolutely harmless. Safe to In forwarding the Lord's into town no matter how bad the
give children. Get a bottle at any drug _theLord's HEAVY DUTY
work should not be accepted by
store. Now two sizes-SOc and $1. The
$1 size contains 2/ times as much as the I people. 4.40/4.50/4.75.21..S 9.80 road conditions are. They will

SOc size and gives you 25% more for 3. Open opposition by the world 4.7S/S.00.19. . .... .. :10.60 .
your money. (4:4-24)). When refused a part In the 4.50/4.75/5.00-20:..: 10.35 give Super-Traction in mud-

work, open opposition was resorted to. 5.25/S.50.17. .. .. .:. :I2.5O

S III. Assurance of the Completion of 5.25/5.50-18 ....... 12.75 snow-or soft ground-and you

Still Coughing? the Second Temple (Zech. 4 :G-10). 6.00-16 . . .. ... :14.15: ,
By means of the golden candlestickIs
do
::11 V No matter how many medicines represented the restoration of the Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low save time and money as you

:you have tried for your cough, chest Jewish nation and the fulfillment of
I II i cold or bronchial irritation, you can not need chains.
I It to be
get relief now with Creomulsion. its divine purpose. was a
;:J I Serious trouble may be brewing and lightVIn the world. There were FOR TRUCKS
you cannot afford to take a chanceIii difficulties In the of afford be
Insuperable way No farmer
fy with anything less than Creomul- 32x6 Truck Type .... ..$Z7. 5 can to.

: eion, which goes right to the seat accomplishing' their restoration, represented 32x6 H.D. .... .... .. 3&.Z5 ,
!' of the trouble to aid by the great mountain, but assurance of these Firestone
Ij ," soothe and heal the inflamed nature membranes to. was given that God by his 6.00.20. . . .... .. 16.95 without set new

as the germ-laden phlegm Holy Spirit could easily accomplishtheir 6.50-20.: . ...... 21.95 ., >
Tires this winter for
I' ,..V Is Even loosened lf and other expelled.remedies have restoration. The mountain wouldbe 7.00-20. . ........ 29.10 Ground Grip

failed, don't be discouraged, your displaced by a plain. The two 7.50-20..V 35.2O
\ druggist is authorized to guarantee olive trees represent Zerubbabel and 7.50-24. .. . ...;.. 39.00 his car or truck.

I Creomulsion and to refund yourS Joshua. The Holy Spirit was to accomplish 82520. . . .. 4. .. '49.30
V money if you are not satisfied with -
:, results from the very first bottle. this work through them.IV. 82524. . .. ....... 5475 .. See your nearby Firestone

r Get Creomulslon right now. (Adv.) The Temple Finished (Ezra 6: 9.00.20. . . ..,.,. .. 60.75 .,
13-15). Auto and Service Store or
Supply
Low
Other Sizes Priced
Proportionately "
Through the ministry of the prophets .

i Constipation Ilaggal and ZecharIah (Ezra 5:1; Firestone Tire Dealer today; and
' Hag. 1, 2), the people were encouraged -
Relieved Quickly, Easily to resume the work of the build- FOR TRACTORS troubles.

:L", '. Ing of the temple. When the templewas end your winter driving
.", Mrs. B. G. Brown Atlanta GR.. GROUND GRIP TYPEr ,
writes: 'I take Dr. Hitchcock's All- finished, they'solemnly' dedicatedIt
r 'Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizziness to God (Ezra 6:16-22)). 5.50.16. 1 .. .. ... ..-.SI1.; 5, Specify these new Firestone Ground

biliousness and sick headaches V. The Blessedness of Dwelling In 75018. . .......... 17.45
caused by constipation. I have never
II 1 found anything better. When I feel God's House (Ps. 84:1-4). 9.00-36 . ..... .... ,73.95, Grip Tires on the new tractor you

weak, rundown and sluggish I take 1. The longing of the soul for God's 112524. . .. .. .. .. 66.60
;.. 1/3 dose alter meals or a small dose .
at bedtime. It thoroughly cleanses house (vv. 1, 2). CHEVRON TYPE' are buying.Listen .
the'bowels." Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative 2. The sparrow and swallow find .
Powder Is mild-but effectiveIt protection In the sacred precincts of 5.50.16. . .. .... .. ..$ 9.40
acts gently and God's house (v. 3). :1485 Richard
removes that cogged condition of 7.50-18..V to the Voice of Firestone featuring

the bowels. At all drug stores 25c. 3. At home In God's house (v. 4), g. O.36. .. ..... .... 62.85 Crooks Nelson Eddy, Margaret Speaks, Monday
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Those who have a" heart for God find 11.2524:. . ......... .56.6O
DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative their chief delight In dwelling In his evenings over Nationu'ide N h WEAFNetwork
Other Size. Prked; Proportionately Low
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.o.o;..:<<..>>:o.x >>:----o.o.:..) Duck Hunting Is Phannon O'Bannon and William
The Clewiston News f J. M. COUSE .
Hooks made a business trip to Ocala

$: TOO LATE TO ,_: a Good In LakeJ. Wednesday Counselor and Attorney at Law "I

: :i: Mrs. H. ,L. Delancy, Mrs. A. L.Taylor'and Hopkins Building
ubllshed every Friday In Clewiston, _| CLASSIFY } ,
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS 'f" L. Tindale, manager of'' the Mrs. Harry Delaney mo-I Wednesdays and Saturdays .
A
'Inc. V Liberty Point Fishing Camp states tored to Fort Myers Saturday. 9:30 to 4:00'J .
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.i 'i: that interest in fishing has lagged I j

f BY somewhat since the opening of hvmt- .

Keathley Bowden, Editor i.. RUSSELL KAY i ing season Wednesday and several .N:N:1: N N Ni:N:N:-+.:N N:N:N:N N N:H N N:N 11:N:..:..:N N:1:N:.:Ia:N N:NN:N:M:NN:N N:N:N:N ti..:N:N:NN:, I
hunters have been there to rent his h

boats for duck hunting on the lake.

.')0..' ...........-..........................................:..............................:....'. One hunter, Lewis Friend, of Pa- : 1
Entered as second class mall mat- hOkee, took time "out to do a little : .. "CAN IT BE A DREAM?" '

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post Well, I didn't anymore than get fishing following a very successful 2' h
Office in Cle:iston, Florida, under I back from the press meeting and duck shoot. He caught six nice bass {-
settled down to work before "Red" ..,. Y
the Act of March 3,-, 1897. one weighing seven pounds. He also -- X
Edgerton of the Western Newspaper carried home ten' ducks. :i: (? 1C ,
Union comes blowin' Into the office Clarence Lee and I. I. Tatum of .. --.-- JLSMagic
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like a 100 mile gale and sweeps me Lake Harbor bagged their limit of I
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rate $2.00 per year. : I
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right off my feet and into his new ducks Wednesday as did J. E. Cas- .:. .t. .
Advertising rates on application. Ford for a flyln' trip to Miami. sels, A. W. Coleman, J. A. Mays andJ. .. .t l '- ,; : : ) :::: t tX
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And "Red" kept my hair on end H. Heaton of Plant City.- ). : L s 1
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Devoted to the advancement and from the time we left until we got I 1 .;. r I J -.---.;.'"-'. .:.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry back. He has a trick of drivin' with LaBELLE NEWS

County. one foot on the gas and the otheron I t r firr.W !
the brake and then he starts doin' j !
Mrs. Albert Hill, vno ;s visiting I .
a clog dance that makes the ,car ':' .:.
with her parents in Fort Myers, visited -
Red Cross roll call ends!! next perform like a cross between a jackrabbit -
with Mrs. R. J., Moon Friday ... ,,- .'
renewed I and a kangaroo. 1! ?
your
Thursday. Have you E afternoon. Mrs. Hill will join her ::: iL=JiIJi ,:;:
membership? There husband in Puerto Rico in a few ( .
was nothin' for me to do
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but take off my hat and hold on months. ::1: ( =)

Clewiston turned down for waterworks tight. Between Tampa and Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts, Miss .' .

loan by the PWA and that I' thought somebody had built a Lucille Hampton, Miss Billie Hamp- I., ::: .i:. .

assumes almost the proportions of a fence on both sides of the road- ton, Harold Spikes, J. W. Hamptonand I '::' -.- r. :
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major catastrophe. we went so' fast the..trees looked likea Jack Lewis were visitors In Ft. Iy X:

solid wall. There were a lot of Myers Sunday afternoon.Mrs. :.' .. :::

The schools are putting Governor other cars on the highway, but as Harvey Parkinson, of Alva, I.: .:. I',

Dave on the spot. There'll have to near as I could figure they were all spent 'Wednesday in LaBelle visiting I ::: I. ':..

be lots of tags sold early to raise standin' still. with her mother, "Mrs. Daisy Clark, : ., ;'.' ::
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and her sister, Mrs. Derril Danley. : .,'- .._ : ... '
that nine million. We visited all the towns the I II.
along
Cecil Jackman and A. L. Taylorare :;: / ;;. :i:
west coast down to Ft. Myers and ,-(. .. ', .- ",. .:.
the federal if -
If 'many more Clewiston residents found everybody pepped up in an- Tampa serving this week.on jury I.:::: ': ::::' >, .'.:_: : > ..:...

secure jobs at Ocala any of us may ticipation of a big winter season. : '
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Aiken and
visit there without feeling in the Hotels and apartments report many ."to. j: .;. '1i"
small son, Larry, and Steve Thomas I ..
slightest sense a stranger.It reservations and in most communities '' .:.
made to Fort :
a business trip Myers

is announced that relief will age. there Is already a house short-' Friday.Mrs. V. D. Combs* of Wimauma", CA.w Chef1\\1\\

be ended December 1 and we think Folks have been spendin' most of is visiting in LaBelle this week as Il i2! :L
of relief '
that the present plan
the summer makln' repairs, addin'additions the guest of her'sister, Mrs. Morris
should be ended and replaced witha ;
and dollln' things up, and Wiggins. '
more equitable plan. Business> is picking up all along the Doctor J. S. Siebold returned PYROFAX GAS RANGE

line. Truck crops around Palmetto Sunday to his home In LaBelle aft- \I .. A:
Follow the crowd to Kiwanis and Bradenton looked fine and if er a visit In several of the states I'i. Not a dream-but a Magic Chef gas_ range many 'a homemaker has XI. I

Field Monday and Tuesday night we use a little intelligence in mark- which Included New Mexico and I., = dreamed about. Frame of chiome finished tubes-style in step .2. "
:: latest authentic trend. Marvelous mechanical i
with the devices
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and get many times your moneys eting they ought to bring plenty of Texas.W.!! _
I +: to save you work. Automatic features that release. you from, ._. :'
worth at the donkey diamond ball money to this splendid section.At P. Arledge was taken to the 'I II'
x cooking cares. In every sense-a, de. luxe gas range. And you .t ;:
Barnes. Sarasota folks were all set forthe' Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort My- I'J. need not spend a lot to own it. :::
ers Tuesday for treatment.
arrival of the circus which was IVI
Jay Smith and son, Hubert, who
If :you have difficulty In locatingany due back in winter quarters the day .
are from Indiana, were visitors at I h
man this week you may guess after we, were there. As usual, visi- V .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bootha
almost every time correctly that he tors will be allowed to Inspect the
is in the woods on a hunting trip. quarters during the winter months few days this week., 1 1 P Y R 0 FAX J
Wimauma
The season opened Wednesday and and this attraction brings thousandsto Rev. V. D. Combs, of __ :
Rev. Keen, of Lake Wales, T. R.
many Clewiston hunters left for the the west coast city each season. I
Yoemans!' and Rev. Morris Wigginsare
woods at, once. .:Ft.ever'with Myers looked her more stately charmingthan palms hunting in the,:Big Cypress this ::"to: GAs" SERVICE FOR GAS, LESS. HOMES. _- *:.!.:.

and floral beauty. Everything look- week. V
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving.Let Dr. and Mrs. A. O'Bannon and
ed epic and span and reports o'f
us not forget, 'as we feast and family, of Dover, spent the, wee'kend -
to little time and thoughtto steady; business improvement were in LaBelle visiting with rela-
play give a
promising. \ Franklin Hardware Co. 1_
considering the reason for the tives. .:

day,being 'set'apart. All of us have Driving east we visited 'LaBelle, Miss Inez Hendry, of Fort Myers,

many things -to thank our Creatorfor Belle Glade, Pahokee and Canal was in LaBelle on business Satur- h

and we 'should not forget on Point. It is a marvelous trip and one day.Mr. =i= Fort Myers Florida :::

this day and every day to do no. that every Floridian should take. and Mrs. E. E.' Sisson, and .
The bean crop is a good one and the daughter, Nell, made a trip to West : :i:

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THE SUGAR SEASON whole south end of the lake is so Palm Beach Saturday. :.N..N.......1.N.N..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N_.:.a:.N.N.11.H.::.N.1:.1..N.N.N.N.N.NN. .N.N.N.N....N.H.N.N.:1..11.N..N.:1..N/,
cluttered up with trucks, tractors,
bean crates and farm hands they'llbe --------------
Next Friday: morning negro cane needin' traffic lights before longto -
cutters, will once more invade the
oane fields in this territory and keep 'em from backlashin'. 'it : .::: :i:

around the lake to Canal Point to From West Palm Beach south I :!= :i: FOR SALE ... :!: :: "
begin the annual harvest of the U. looked for evidence of the recent

S.days Sugar later Company the mill will cane start crop.,grind-Two a storm few but trees didn't and poles find a. down great, deal bill-; :XA:_::: =:!= Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment =|: :A t

. ing and another reason is underway. boards torn up and here and therea .:. a. a .: :.
;: :From every corner of the state damaged roof, so if you're goin' .:. .::. .I :Z. ._.
. and from practically everyone of to Miami to see the ruins'you'll haveto .. ::: :!: :::

"S' the Southern States the negroes hurry for the damage will all be Xf IY :.

have been coming in this week. repaired in:!-:,noth"'r week, or so. yY

j Some are walking, but the majority The Magic City is all primed for .. A
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( are traveling in cars of'every de- the biggest season ever. A great X

scription t ranging from' battered many tourists are already there. ,... .... L ; I .... .:.

p:} wrecks to cars that we would be Winter residents are beginning to A 1
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i proud to drive. .In every case these arrive and their homes ho-
open up ..
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loaded far beyond their ..
cars, are
tels are opening up, many of the ': : '.'
Cr' normal capacity?with passengers, and stores have been remodeled or enlarged :i:'I'i'I:: I :;: :: \'t

f:_ their clothing and ,bedding. Wage .and in another month Miami .'. .' ..
: here are said to be far above the : ,:. 'i' ':.
P; will be in the height of her glory. x : I
ii", ,average paid to'negroes in other J y y
.' fields. these days and they are quick One thing that impressed me wa .
r to take advantage of the opportunity the rei.1 estate and building acthii.. !; ;

'. to come here and work and es- in this section. Realtors have moved

:- \ cape the cold weather further north.It from the second floor and are againon k a X1
I j is difficult to attempt to enumerate the street with lavish offices. Th xx r y M a + .

. the benefits which' the sugar demand for desirable: property ir .f. ,. X1: ,..
. brisk and sales are constant.In '
to
eeason brings general business o

I! .' conditions, not only in Clewiston, spite of the fact that the wood ..:.. ..'.. ...i'i'..
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i,' ':, but throughout the lake region, but are full of politicians and candidate I : :

! they are many and the 3,500 employees for this and that, found\ very li 1.::a. ..!:.. d I ..:,. ''i'."
\\t. on, payday have accumulated tie interest on the. part of the ave, A ? I y:

It usually considerably spending money age citizen. Nobody seems to IH' A Yy

'which timulates: business im- paid much attention\ as yet tn t': I .
\ mensely.We ov'rllol"s' race-in fact mnsi 1 :,.! .::.

.: hope ,that the' company has don't even know who's runnln' a\, h I I
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: a most successful season and that few of 'em care. !. H1 I .:.
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!t nature will not interrupt in the '. ; .. .:.
From reaction I gained on tIe: o .. .. I 'i'.t.
: manner of last year. .. .:. I I' .:. ...
Sonatu :
tire
would
--- -- trip judge that : : I y
William C. Hodges Is the mo t poplar Y + .
R ;, TIlE COMMUNITY CHURCH candidate with Chappell] and ", :i: :i: ::: :::

, ; D. Jenkins Williams, Minister teway enough:as at runners this time tip,, to but make not ck1}if! i ::i: :i: Pay The Balance Like Rent :: :::\P'

Sunday, November 24, 1933 race. Party of West Palm Bead :i: :;: WE, HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :!: "

"I 9:45 A. M. SundaySchool., seems to makin'progress bu' n'',. 'I' :;: ::: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME : :i:
opinion of everyone_ is that it i t
:, 10:45 A. M. Junior ,Church. early to do more than in?!'

7:45 .P. M. Evening Worship. Subject wild guess and any a surprising nuTti -. '_. Clewis ton Home Building Association n:

: '"Thanksgiving." of follis seem to have the oplnio = ;;
that a dark horse who hasn't r\':c .
Put the hour in f been considered will bob I' .:, .v'!. PHONE 102 .s. y,
worship. Sunday's? yet '.H> itor I y 't'I .;1

program. and be elected, '. ._ A '. ._- __ __' ., ..__,... .. ,_ ,.. h.. ...'
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........................................................ ......................:..t.MTIS. SC1IARNBERG ENTERTAINSFOR Airs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. .t'l SHOLTZ TO LEAD MOTORCADE I 'J
W. .' 1 GUEST WITH BRIDGEMrs. Redelsheimer Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn, TO GREET PRESIDENT. IX GA.

: : Personal Mention :i_: i Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, Mrs. J. H Dr. A. ). LittleOSTEOPATH '
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J. I H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- Bridge, Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs.G. Tallahassee, Nov.: 21' (FNS-

I. ., ............................... .............................................................,........... tained Monday afternoon at her B.: Rackstraw., Governor Dave Shoiiz announcedthis

f '.. C. L. Hudson, of Orlando, was home with a bridge party honoringMrs. week that he would lead, a motorcade -
I Clyde R. Byrd. LEROY HARE HONORED Lake Harbor Fla.
business Thursday. ,, ,
here on PARTY into Georgia to greet President ,
BIRTHDAY
;.; I The home was tastefully decorated WITH i
Roosevelt on his "home com
with chrysanthemums and I .
Fx. L. A. Turner spent several days rose buds. LeRoy Hare was honored Friday ing" to Warm Springs. / ", .'.,
Wf this week in Okeechobee. evening, November 15, at the home ;
'; Sandwiches, cream puffs, fruit Hon. J. B. Hodges of Lake City, r
!! .. "of his sister, Mrs. R. J. Lee, cele- "
cake, salted nuts and coffee were chairman of ,the Florida Democratic L. ,B. MershonAGENT <
( Mr.. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie were brating his fourteenth birthday. .
" ... served to the guests. executive committee, was named by
visitors in town Wednesday. He received many nice gifts. I .
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, winner of first \
the Governor to head the committee I
, Games were played and the young :
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.... .'.., Mrs. E. L. Stewart was a business dish prize;, Mrs.was. presented C. I>. Downs with, second a nut I people ,spent the larger part of the winch will arrange the motorcade New York Life <,:J
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visitor in Miami Monday. evening dancing. and provide for'seating for 'Floridians -
i- : prize, a bath set; Mrs. W. C. Prew- "4., .
Delicious refreshments were serv- in the Atlanta staViU-t :
where '
Itt, third prize, flower vase; consolation -! Insurance Company .
i' Mrs. C. R. Byrd left Tuesday to ed to: Miss Mildred Ward Miss Ber- the president is to speak.
prize -
a powder puff was presented
..\,' join Mr. Byrd in Jacksonville.Mr. to Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez. Mrs.! nice O'Neal, Miss Peggy Gallant, The motorcade will leave Tallahassee -

R. Y. Patterson won the cut, a lavender -( :Miss Gladys Willis, Miss Ethel Willis at 6 A. M. November '29th. ARCADIA, FLORIDA
and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent Miss Christine .Bell, Miss Martha I, I
sachet, and Mrs. Byrd was I
p'M1, .; Monday in Fort Myers. given a lovely sugar ,and cream set Nell Alston Miss Bernice Guthrie, ---- _. -- -- ".

\.:., ( -- Billie Hooker, Frank Ray, Dickie I ,
in hobnail china trimmed in gold. r jI
:, Allan Henderson spent the week- Patterson, Bob Patterson, Billy
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,) :"- end visiting in Jacksonville. Other players were: Mrs. M. E. Owen, 'Francis Wright, Junior Hall,
VonMach, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mis.
Sandy Bell, James and'Owen Winn, I
'Richardson Selee, Mrs. Max Meluh, HAYFEVERJ:
\. ,n.; Don Palmer, advance agent for Vincent Oglesby, Conrad Clark, Tre-
": ',' :. Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. O.
::. business F'I
Billroy's Comedians, was a valyn Moltz, Ralph O'Neal, Harry
Schiffli, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. I .
here
visitor Thursday.
Vaughn and Charles Roberts. '
F. M. Wright, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. I (:
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'. Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. F. H. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. E. C. Mrs. Gordon A. Perry, of LaBelle, ,I ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS are

Moltz and Emma Jane Ezelle spent Mills, Mrs., ,D. G. Alston, Mrs. 'E. P. and Mrs. Ida Walker, of Fort De- I Complete relief only $1.00

Wednesday in Vest Palm Beach. Mutrux, Mrs. W. C. Owen and tea naud, have been added to the personnel unnecessary.

. guests were Mrs. G. B. Thomas and of the National Reemployment Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over

I : Mrs. E. J. Rogero was called to Mrs. Malcolm_. Bigg. I I office starting work there this' I 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS ;
I ; week. I ,
illness
the -
St. Augustine Thursday by .
:. COMMUNITY CHURCH TEACHERS I
\; r of a relative. AND OFFICERS ENTERTAINED sold last year alone. Mail $1.00

TWO DAY HOLIDAY today for full season's relief to THE
Dr. and Mrs.' G. J. Potter were ----
Sunday
Monday evening the Teachers and pupils of' the local DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
..,;,f j business visitors in Moore Haven school teachers and'officers of the ,
notified today that both
school were
Thursday. -- Community Church enjoyed a sup- Thanksgiving and Friday would be MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or' write
at the manse. Mis. F. H. Moltz, v
J. E. Beardsley left Thursday per given as holidays, making a four for Free Booklet. "
,Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mrs. W. F.
< ".. night on a business trip to Jackson- Simpson were the hostesses in day vacation. I
:. Tille. Although there was some 'doubt
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: '.. charge. expressed that it might. be wiseto

:.,.''. T. Earl Rcr.ick left Monday for Others who attended were: Mr. give, the additional day off, school I .

:ti/- :. .,' Ocala-- where he has been transferred and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr. and authorities feel that the children ,.......................PJ......JMJ....Mj...*...*..J.............................................................................,.........................................1....................................
>" by: the, U. S. Engineers.Mr. Mrs. A. H. King, Mr. 'and Mrs. R. and teachers would be incapable of 's' .:-

", N. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Wil- much effort' after a real Thanksgiving :: i
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liams, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. also feel that sev- 1
' : and Mrs. Grover Poole and holiday. They
,', son, John, of Ocala, visited friends G. Niblack, Miss Marion Leidig, Dr.J. !eral of the teachers will want the

) here Saturday and Sunday. W. Ezelle, J. D. Leidig and I. M. additional day off in order that they -: Announcement f I It

Pafford. may spend Thanksgiving at their y -

; ,,, Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich visited homes. .J- .
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2 :" .'. in LaBelle and Moore .Haven Mon, MRS. ALLEN HOSTESS AT :s.r ',1... .;.
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BRIDGE PARTY THURSDAYMrs. :
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once. years
j' Allen hostess ata .., "
V. A. was
< ':: Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley left : '
:'.,. .',. three-table bridge party at her age or over. Apply to Mr. Munroe 1 ,;; f
,.... Monday Jacksonville. where they at Western Union office. Itp. .
.' will visit relatives for two weeks. home Thursday afternoon. The room i.
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t/; : was tastefully decorated ''with yel- ; I" "', .i..i.s
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,.':, ,Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Rosenberg and low sunflowers.A RELIABLE MAN WANTED.-Yeai We the of this
to to people ::
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,I magazine stand was given to *; wish announce ; !
\ M. Hare Sr.
) !'s. R. spent 'Friday round living for worker with car. ... I
-!'" Mrs. M.. R. Lawler as high score .s. -
..: J in "West' Palm Beach. Distribute famous Watkins pro- .
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:: trade that has been moved "j'I
prize, flower vase to Mrs. C. L. area our store ::
-- ducts in Lake region during sea- .. .J_ ,
Mr. .and. Mrs. E. J. : Downs, who held the second high *
B.utlerjvisited :
.' ; -** ,. :East territory
: Coast
; .>' .iri"St.: Augustine and Sanford Sunday score:-a set of ash trays to 'Mrs.. H. son and remainder good of year. No bond-, : ; from its former location. to the room form- : p.I

and Monday.Capt. R. Hall as consolation and a pair .. .
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of miniature pictures to Mrs. I. M. small capital. Write supervisor f. the Cafe. $;
--- : rely occupied by Sugarland
for personal interview, 6951 N. W. :: i
P. district Pafford for traveling prize.A + .
Av Feringa, acting ; Sixth Avenue, Miami, Fla. ; !- I
engi leer, of the Jacksonville molded salad, saltines, pie and \
1 Nov. 22-29, Dec. G-131; 4tp.
District, U. S. Engineers, was t: coffee were served to Mrs. Mark R. ) -i.
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business visitor here Wednesday.: Lawler, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. ,H. I

-- O. Peters, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.D. .:..:IYNMNNNNN:":NN11NN.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+: .1: Still in the'same building but with more :_i: '!

Gaynam D. Rackstraw of Wes; G. Alston, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, :i: ::: :

Palm Beach spent Wednesday. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,. New and Used .z :;:; commodius quarters. 3:;:;

.his father, G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. W. F: _. X ;

Rackstraw. Simpson, Mrs. F. M. Wright and |:_;: FURNITURE 3:: +y .5

--- Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. : +
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Frank Carbone, of New York City; I I .1: :J: Better display on our articles' of ;
arrived this week to spend several :MR. AND MRS. W. C. OWEN many ::

months in Clewiston.. He has taker ENTERTAIN SATURDAY EVENING :!=: BELLE GLADE :i:, .:. .:- ''

one of the Schultz apartments. :: t :*.;:. value: We are proud of our new store :.*;.:
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oI Saturday evening Mr. nd'1Irs.. W. :i: FURNITURE COMPANY ::I

Russell Whidden left Wednesdayfor C. Owen entertained with a buffet y : : and invite you to visit us in our new loca =f fI

Gainesville where he is to be located supper at their home, followed by 'a :: ::

permanently. Mrs. Whiddeu scavenger hunt. y;; Belle Glade, Florida .:. tion. : .:.

will him in few weeks. Those who attended this affair :,I .y.
join a Next Door To Theatre .s.
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.",'.- M1\1. Martha S. Ludekins, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg A { .... .{ .... { . .{ J 1. : -'. .:;J.: )
Olin Carleton and Mrs. W. F. Simp- Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and X s. : ti :i

visitors in Moore Haven Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.F. .. ..
son Tuesday were afternoon. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. ....................................................................................... ...... ., .;... .11 ->)::: 'I I)" .:J i.:

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-- : Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes- :; j, ;,,, :
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- Mrs. Ray Bolton returned to her tor, Mr. and, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer -, ":, :i=

home in Orlando Wednesday after Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Selee, i

visiting here for some time with her Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and I Good FarmLand ClerZflon:l: 'Dry joods C. Inc- I

sister, Mrs. B. E. Nail and Mr. Nall. Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. J.1 > .

Mrs. G. E. J
I E. Beardsley, Mr. and '
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith left Smith, Miss Virginia Gallant, Mrs I Y Formerly Greene's Dry' G '.
: Tuesday, for Jacksonville where Mrs. Clyde R. Byrd, John Lucaa, Jay W. :s: ;
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I \ Meredith will visit her sister, Mrs Moran, Judson Francis and Fred I. .J.. .
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R. H. Rowan, while Mr.'Meredith is Hill. for Rent I : .J"y

I spending a few days in St.. Augus' I \ Y

I tine. GARDEN CLUB MEETS TO I.;:::N.N............................:-:..:..:-:..:..:...:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
DISCUSS XMAS PLANS

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Settle, of I
Moore Haven, their neice, Mrs.' Julia The Garden Club held their regular at1-I I II
meeting afternoon II
Frediking, of Huntington, W. Va., Thursday I
the home of Mrs. O. H. Roberts and I .
'; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of Canal I Diamond Ball
completed plans for purchase of Donkey
Point and Mrs. Olin Carleton were II I
for the Community Christmastree '
: luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. gifts Trespassers :
and for prizes to be given away I. '
Keathley Bowden Sunday. At Kiwanis Field
I'. -- for decorations during the Christ- Will Be .

Mrs. Robert George, Mrs. Bryan mas season.
; Stewart and Miss Roberta George The local American Legion post ProsecutedThe I Monday and. Tuesday Nights, Nov.' 2526.

visited in Miami Thursday. Miss furnishes the money for Christmastree

George remained until Sunday and gifts and a committee from the I Kiwanis Benefit _

was accompanied home by Miss Lillian .! Garden Club is appointed to arrange

Capps, Miss Tillie Etherton and for the purchase of the gifts. Mrs. ......... Hi
LaBelle
: .. M. B.: Capps of Miami, who visited "". C. Owen and Mrs. F. Deane Duff Monday night, Clewiston Hi v.

I < ;". here. that day. will serve on that, committee this Tuesday ,night, Fats v. Leans v

\)1 year.Three
W. P. Arledge, district supervif- Christmas tree and door
or of the National Re-employment way prizes will be given this year as See both of these games and be entertained

t Service, was taken to the Lee Mi- follows: One for the best doorway; before. Laughs galore
ClewistonCompany as never
:- morial Hospital in Fort Myers fr r one for the best living tree and the

treatment the first of the week. He third for the best set-up outside the I I Plenty of thrills. '
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has been very ill but is reported ts tree. i

(. some better at this time. J. N. Fruit punch and cookies were II .,' ..Admission'35c and 15cr -
: Blount, manager of the Moore Ha-. served by the hostess to: Mrs. E. L'I

yen office Is acting district manager Stewart, Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. .

during Mr, Arledje'a\ abs@nce. Y, Patterson', Mrs. H. A.: Bestor; .., ............................:................... ..".-.7.. .""". ..:..',. _.; .. .,_,. ....... '--.-' _00_" .

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KOSCIUSZKO'S TOMB
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served as Washington's adjutant dur- .

SHIFTINGSANDSB ing the Revolutionary war, Is now ,/

a vault of, the Cathedral of Cracow, I

In Poland. Every year hundreds of I
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Americans visit It and the huge

mound of earth which the Polish

people built to honor him. The dirt

for the mound was brought by peas- :

: : WARE BASSETT ants from all over the country In

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SYNOPSIS Ing It by the side door passed throughthe ground lay the badge. There, too, lay 'Course I ain't permitted to di-

back hall and upstairs.. the handcuffs, tightly snapped to- vulge messages that go through my

Going to the closet, he took out his gether and without a trace of a keyto hands., They're confidential. But for ,

Tt-e"\Vldd6 fi.tttre' Marcia of the youthful Howe is and a conversational comely Sunday suit, shook It, and with the ,unlock them. that I could tell you somethin' that

t. bit among housewives of air of one making ready his shroud, Elisha dubiously eyed the 'muddy would make your eyes pop outer their

Wilton. Ehtrtble bachelors and widowers spread it upon the bed. objects. Well; at least, thought he, ev- sockets." 1si'M

her also guest are hr interested.late husband's Marcia has niece as, Next he produced a boiled shirt, a erything was not lost. He had gained ."Somethin' about Heath?"

Sylvia Haydet. A stranger. on the collar, and a black tie. time. "Somethln he said In a telegram."

verge of exhaustion, finds his way to It took 'him some time to assemble To wear his' badge until a new pin Elisha had an Inspiration.
Marcia's home. Se-cretly] he asks her these infrequently used accessories, was soldered to it was out of the "S'pose I was to ask you officially?"

to hide does a package so. DlishV n-ntalnlng Winslow jewelry.She town. and he was dismayed to find no col question. In addition, the handcuffswere he suggested. "S'pose'It's Importantfor

sheriff, brings news .". a jewel rob- lar-button. of no use atall unless a key. me to know what was In that message -

bery neasby. The rtrarrgor' gives his A collar-button was, the cornerstoneof could be found to unlock them. ? S'pose 1 demanded you tell me
name as Stanley Hcilh.' Sy-via discovers his toilet-the object on which everything As he turned to re-enter the house, In the name of the law? I'm askin' SOLDIt
believes
the jewels, and naturali/
sheriff of the town of Wilton."
Eleazer hailed him. you 'as
Should It fail
Heath Is robber.. She realizes: that else depended. ,
Marcia must have hidden them, and to 'be forthcoming, the game was up. "rYehad the devil of a time with. "Oh' that's different. The wire was

decides to 'say nothing. Marcia feels lie could not administer the law with-' this revolver," announced he, puffing just sent to a friend. The part that as: always works

she has altogether too; deep an interestIn it. into the yard and jauntily flourishing tonished me was its beglnnln'. It ran
her guest, but Is powerless to over- out
come it. Heath wires Irs. S. C. Heath," Perhaps, viewing the matter from the weapon. Then regarding his com- somethin' like;: this Just do what hospitals do, and the

New York, saying he Is, safe. He also every angle, 'Its disappearance was a rade's greenish countenance, he remarked 'Safe on Cape with my. lady. ,Shall doctors insist on. Use a good liquid
orders a man named Currier to Cc'meat abruptly "Say what's the return with her later.'' laxative, and aid Nature to restore
fortunate, rather than an, unfortunate, ,
in her bedecks clocklike regularity without strain
once. Sylvia room matter with 'Lish?" "What interested me, droned Artie, or
you,
herself wit-h the jewels. At Marcia omen. ill effect.
approach she hides them there. Heath To grapple with an experienced Elisha told his story. "was who this lady could be. Heath, A liquid can always be taken in

asks: :Marcia to bring them to him. They criminal was suicidal. Suppose the "Wai, If that ain't the ole Harry !I" apparently, is a married man. What gradually reduced doses. Reduced

are the loss.gone!Sylvia He kindly restores makes the Jewels light of to criminal did escape? Were not lawbreakers fumed Eleazer. "That's goin' to ball us business has he taggln after some Wil dosage is the real secret of relief fromconstipation. rtl\:
There's doin' this thingIf ton woman an" totin' her back to New ';I)i f
their original hiding place. Elisha ;: doing so every day, ? all up. no use
Winslow, visiting Marcia, discovers the But. alas, there was Eleazer to it ain't done in bang-up style. We York with him when he goes?" Ask a doctor about this. Ask your

gems and has no doubt they are the ,whom be had confided the entire got to get that' badge soldered an' "lie ain't got no business doin' It," druggist how very popular Dr. Cald-
stqlen gems, and that Heath is the thief, them handcuffs unlocked 'fore another Eleazer shouted.\ "He's a blackguardthat's I well's Syrup Pepsin has become. It
Leaving the jewels he makes plans for stcry! gives the right kind of help, and right
what he Is But don't
arresting Heath. .. No, there was no possibility of his move can be made. 1 s'pose mebbe you amount of help. Taking a little less
backing out of the affair now and Nate Harlow over to Belleport could worry, Artie. He ain't goin' to put each time, gives the bowels a chanceto

washing his hands of it. He must go help us out""An' no such scurvy trick over ,on any Wil act of their own accord, until they '
CHAPTER VIContinued9 ton woman. ,Me r.n' "Lish'll see to that. .
blabbln' all and
through with it. go over town the are moving regularly thoroughly

He went downstairs to hunt up his predicament the Wilton sheriff was How much, more tinkerin' have you got without any help at all. :I

EHsha's, mounting disapproval changed badge and handcuffs. These he keptIn In? No-sir-ee! Not if I know It. to do on them trinkets, Pete? The Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 'Pepsin con- ,

to consternation.' the drawer of the tall secretary in The only thing to do is to motor to' sheriff" an' me Is In a hurry to get laxatives tains senna that and form cascara-both no habit. The natural action i I

turning, he faced Eleazer., ; the sitting room. To his consternation, Sawyer Falls an' hunt up Pete Mc-, home. is gentle, but sure. It will relieve .

"Say, Eleazer," he faltered, "s'posewe the drawer was empty! Grath, the blacksmith. He's a,, wizard "You'll have to give .me a good half any sluggishness or bilious conditiondue I

was to make a deal on this thing. And not only was it empty but it with tools. I never knew no job to hour more""That'll to constipation without upset; :i

S'pose, for the time bein I was to had been left open as if a marauder stump him yet He'll know what to mean we won't" fetch up at
Wilton 'til after dark;:, Eleazer fretted."There's .
take over your job an' you was to possessed of sticky hands had hastily do. Moderation WinsIt i
goin' In the air
take over mine. S'pose you did the ar- abandoned it. Accordingly the two men set forthon no use up
Is the extremists that make 11
a
an' rilin' Pete all up, Eleazer, Elisha ;
Testin'? You seem to know a sight Unwilling to believe the articles their errand.
man half sid 'of his
intervened. "We'll just have to be ; own cause. i)
more 'bout how to manage It thanI were gone, Elisha peered feverishly They rode in uncomfortable silence \r,
an' off what was plan- :
do. into every corner the piece of furniture until the white spire of the Sawyer, patient put we
nin' to do until tnmmorow. I reckon I
"You put on the badge ; you tell the contained. But beyond a thick Falls church appeared and, rounding. :
mornin'll he better time How Cardui
a anyway.
thief to stick 'em. up ; you put the pis- coating of dust, nothing rewarded his the bend of the road, the car 'rolled Helps
well.
Certainly 'twill do just as
tol 'twist his shoulders; or whereveryou search.At into the town. .

think 'twill do the most good ; an' length, as a last resort, he reluctantly Around its shabby railroad station I'm"Mphbe.disappointed.[" Eleazer Wai.grumbled.that bein'"Still the, Women to Build Up :\

clustered a of motor cars, a
you snap the handcuffs on him. I'll shouted for May Ellen. group
see you get full credit for It. Meanwhile "Wai, sir?" truck or two, and the usual knot of ease s'pose you an' me step over to Cardui stimulates the appetite and :
hangin'round
we're
the while
store
if there's a fire. or an nder-. "May Ellen who's been explorin loitering men and boys. drug' improves digestion, helping women !

takin1 job, I'll manage 'em somehow." this secretary? of mine? Some of ,the The small shed where the forge .":n do:them. errands we mentioned -. eat.to get Asnourishment more strength is from improved the ,food strength they 'r!

Eleazer shook his head. things that oughter be in it, ain't," stood was close by the tracks;: and as is built up, certain functional pains go :
v"ayn blustered he. "My: handcuffs an' sher- he pulled up before It, Elisha espied Elisha agreed.A away and women praise Cardui for helping
"That wouldn't do 'Lish
no
faint Hush had crept back into his them back to good health. .Mrs. C. E.
the world," he objected. "We can't goswappin' ff's badge." through its doorway not only Peter their Ratliff, of Hmton W. Va., writes: "After
cheeks and his eyes had regained the birth of last baby, I did not seem
McGrath, the blacksmith;: but also the my
offices voted us by the town. "Mercy on us! You don't tell me a light of hope. to pet my strength back. I took Cardui
Folks wouldn't like it. Was I, a com- crime's been committed in Wilton I rotund figure of Artie Nickerson, the He had wrested from Fate another again and was soon sound and well. I have "
Sawyer given it to my daughters and recommend i& fJ(
mon citizen, to shoot the criminal, I'd guess it's the first time In all the Falls station agent. twelve hours of life and life was to other ladies." Thousands of women
likely be hauled up for murder. I'm town's history. Won't folks, be agog?' "Art's Inside Ain't that luck?" he sweet.. testify Cardui benefited them. If it does noti
benefit YOU consult a physician.
willin' to stand by you to the extentof It'll stir up the whole community." remarked, clambering] out of the car.They' (TO BE CONTINUED) I
an' went In and after the usual
goin' along keepin' you company
"You mustn't peep about this out-
; but you must be the one that side, May Ellen," Elisha cautioned. :I greetings.. Elisha, stated his errand. Molybdenum Metal i. PARKER'S
bears the brunt of the job. You ain't! McGrath took the handcuffs an1 This used in various HAIR BALSAMRemoves ,!
"Was you to, no end of harm might be I white metal is "
told me yet none of the details of this done The criminal, you see, is still at badge to the light and examined them electrical contact making-and-break- ?.; Imparts Dandruf1'Stop8HalrFalllngJ. Color and .I
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business. If I'm goin' to help you, large an' we want to trap him 'fore he "Humph Looks as if you'd beenin Ing devices, In X-ray tubes voltage BeautytoGrayandFadedHau6te and$1.00 at DnjpgiataChom

I'd oughter be told everything about it. suspects we're after him. Now 'bout" '', some sort of a scrimmage," he com rectifiers, .In electric lamps, for winding HIeox .Wk .PptchogTK.N' .Y, ,'
Who is the criminal? An' where Is FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in ;
mented. "But I'll start'on'era straight and in
the badge an' handcuffs. You see how electric resistance furnaces connectionwith Parker's HairBalsam.Makes the
he? An' how'd you come to get track important 'tis I should have 'em. They away. I .ain't busy on nothin thatcan't dentistry. It is also employed In the bair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug. :.
of him?" Hiscox Chemical Works,Patchogue,N.Y. ;
_ was In the drawer an' the whole placeIs be put aside. manufacture of chemical reagents, dye insts. \

Alas, the questions were the very messed up an' sticky as if some Elisha and Eleazer strolled over to glazes and disinfectants. Its principaluse )+If f

ones Elisha had hoped to escape an person who had no business meddlIn'had a. box and sat down to wait. however Is In the manufactureof ANTI-SKIPPER ,f

swering. Nevertheless, he knew of no overhauled it""It's "How are you, Art?" Elisha In special alloy steels, in conjunctionwith CHAMBERS COMPOUND ;'.

is t:, way to evade his confederate's curl- quired. "Didn't you have a nephewor chromium, manganese and other is sold by most druggists and grocers 1:
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miserable Cahoon! i'
that if fails
i': Tommy with money back guarantee it to
osity. Ellen. "His mother a cousin 'sociated with a police metals. During the ,World war It was *a prevent skippers in cured meat.Ifyoudo :;
interrupted May '
Reluctantly, cautiously, he poured force somewheres?" of great Importance in gunmaking, etc. not know your local dealer write ;
him an' Willie here with
left me a '
.'-, out his story and was rewarded to see "Bennie, you mean? Oh yes. He's The chief source of the metal Is the THE HAM INSURANCE MAN .

7:, the other town official gape at him, week: ago when she went to Sawyer"You I a policeman out in Chicago. Just now ore called molybdenite, found In this P.O. Box 483 Durham,N.Car.

open-mouthed. he's laid in the but he states I
up hospital country In the New England I'fl
I:'. "Bless my soul," he reiterated. 'spects to be out again 'fore long. Got New York, Pennsylvania, Colorado and

1:: "Bless my soul! Who would 'a' drempt YI'11I shot through the warm a couple of California; in Canada it Is found ID Quick, Complete 1

i f. it?". he burst out when he could contain weeks ago. Winged by a stray bullet Ontario and Quebec. '

himself no longer. "Wal, r never I while chasin' up a guy that had broke PleasantELHMINAYDON

did like that feller Heath. I sus- y Into a store. The shrimp hit him. Eating Gives Him the Hump

' pected from the first there was some- Luckily he didn't kill him. Ben Some camels, though, have two jLet's

thin' wrong: about him. Prob'ly he has thought he got off pretty easy." humps. Those are the animals whichare

queer eyes. You can always spot a Elisha's smile faded. known as Bactrian camels (because

t: criminal by his eye. Kinder shifty an' "These tellers that's at large now they came originally from Bactria, now be frank. There's only one way for
:f. fishy. I understand human nature. body to rid itself of the waste matters .
don't give a hang who they murder part of Afghanistan). The single- your
This Heath fellei. I understandhim. l lif that cause acidity, gas, headaches,
now. the station
went on agent affably 'humped animal is the Arabian camel.A bloated feelings and a dozen other dis-

"They're a desperate crew. They'd as dromedary a camel, too, but a spe- comforts-your intestines must function.To .

"Then p'raps you can foretell what (I I'i soon kill you as not. Bennie landed cial sort noted for Its' speed. It can make them move quickly, pleas-

he's likely to do when I arrest him," if his man, though. He's done great bear its rider 100 miles a day. The antly, completely, without griping.

put In Elisha eagerly. i work on the force. Been shot three or hump or humps consist of fat from Thousands of physicians recommend i)

,,- "I can," Eleazer nodded.: "I can four- times while on duty. 'Taln't a which a camel derives nourishmentwhen Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend

: 'prophesy just about that he'll- do.. callin' I myself would choose, but he It must go hungry and thirsty in Milnesia wafers as an efficient remedyfor 1

""What i' seems. to get a big kick out of It." the desert. After a lean time, the learners mouth acidity). wafersare :

"It's better 1 shouldn't tell you. Elisha, pale to the lips, suddenly decided hump is noticeably smaller.Pearson's These mint flavored of candy-like Each waferis
milk mJgnesia.
'Twouldn't be wise.. We must do our I he had heard enough of Bennie pure
Weekly. to full adult
approximately equal a ':
duty no matter what comes of it."
and shifted the subject. dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed :
Elisha's knees weakened beneath "S'pose you're still goin' round In Canal Widely Used thoroughly in accordance with the direc- I
"" -. him. treadmill at the statIon the bottle tin then swallowed,
the same ole over the Panama canal was tions on or ,
"Seems to'me," went on Eleazer, Art," he observed. Although the United States they correct acidity, bad breath, flatus
owned by
and is
built
r "that 'stead of loiterln'. here discussin'the 0 1 "Yep. Same ole rut. I've had, lence, at their source and at the same
calamities of the future you'd bet- bit telegraphin' to do more foreign-owned vessels make pas- time enable quick, complete, pleas-
though, a more through It annually than do
elimination.
sage
ter be gettin1 on to your house. You've I ) 1JJ of late than formerly. Know a feller American ships. According to the 1934 ant Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20
got to'put on your other clothes. 'l'he'press. \ : Wilton named Heath? He's
to
over report of the governor of the Panama and 48 wafers, at 35o and 60c ,respectively -
most likely will want to photo III sent off several wires." canal, 2,209 American and 3,264 foreign or in convenient tins containing

graph you. Then you must hunt up' r Both Elisha and Eleazer straight- ships made transits that year. 12 at 20c. Each wafer is approximately -

1 your badge, your handcuffs an' all your ened up."Heath.. collected amounted to $24- an adult dose of milk of magnesia. All y-
-' Mustn't Peep About This Out- Total tolls
paraphernalia. I'd better cut' across : Yes, Indeed. He's stoppln good drug stores carry them. Start using .
side, May Ellen OG .()()(). these delicious effective wafers today. C
the field, meantime, an' oil up my In town for a while." ,
pistol.. !ebbe. I can fix It so-st It'll Falls 'shoppin'. The little monkeys "So I gathered. Lives In New Yorkat Professional samples sent free to registered

go off. I'll try an' find you some must 'a' sneaked Indoors when 'I one of them big hotels. He sent a Trees' Height Limited physicians or dentists head.if requestis

cartridges, too. I wouldn't want to wasn't looUIn' an' took that, an' the wire to his wife. Leastways, I figger,,, Newcastle, South Africa, will have made on professior.alletter:
feet The SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated
town
stand by an' see you struck down handcuffs. I'm dretful sorry. Last I 'twas his wife. He signed himself 1 no trees taller than 20 4402 23rd St., Long Island City N. Y.
without jour havln' some slight defense saw of the Imps they was out yonder 'Lovingly, Stanley,' an' addressed It to council has made this decision as the
of the damaging of electric cables -
result
poor as 'tis. under the apple trees. S'pose we havea Mrs. Stanley Heath."
With this dubious farewell, Eleazer look there.' "You don't say That's news tome when a tree was blown down In

bustled off across the dingle and was Almost beside himself with an indig ," EHsha cried. He darted a glance a storm, 'throwing most of the town In -
I darkness for an entire night. All trees
lost to ,sight I nation he dared not voice, EHsha at Eleazer.
feet In height will be cut
Left alone, Elisha gloomily pursued I lowed May Ellen out of doors. fOl'l I Artie, gratified at seeing he had now down.over 20

his way to his own cottage and enter- Yes trampled./ Into the sodden created a sensation, beamed broadly.




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I f',; OJ h a n k $ 0 i V f'u'q.I I Your" Forward Best All-Occasion Flare in Simple Frock, "ART WE SEVEN OF DON'T BORING"IN VOLUMES NEED IT;--




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: ;i*:': write umes. It.Bertrand Russell promises to


':f,- Q 'JTo whet our appetites he men-

) tioned the scholarly bore, the funny

bore, the story telling or reminiscing

7 .. bore, etc., etc., etc. "

We really don't need seven volumes

to tell us how to bore people
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..:> h.: can possibly think of come ,easily under

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late them you need do but one thing
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;y i ,' -talk about what interests you rather
r{ l y Vw than stop to think what will interestthe

p person you are talking to.

The woman who talks about her

a children does that.

The man who talks about himself

.1 does that. Sometimes its about his ,:

success, how he did thus and so, "
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)/: a i .4 6 ti tit A :/:; 'r.:', reminiscing The wise-cracking, bore and bore the superior and the,

,,; c : I pedantic bore, they are all doing' that
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them? Of course they care. There
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Him and bless
with and be thankful
: .-== ,courts praise: unto. isn't the most unmitigated bore alive

His name. For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; and: His truth who if.he could help It would enjoy V
{ himself at ,the cost of boring people. ;R

endure to all generations. Psa 'n-100,.4:5THANKSGIVINGS The point Is they just don't stop to v,

./ consider that side of It.

And come to think:: of it, the person

,.. ers were numerous wild turkeys, which (therefore invite my fcllow-cltlrens II p who does not use others for an audI-

t were common In the woods of Massa In ctcry part of the United States, 297 ence but who enjoys others by draw-
} nod also those who arc at sea and
chusetts. From this'circumstance arose those who arc sojourning In foreign ing them out, really gets so much

the popular association of these hand- lands, to set apart and ohscrte the dIdl more-- out of his contacts. If the

" : some and tasty birds with Thanks- Inst Thursday of November next 'asa others tried' that way they would

giving., da>' of Thnnksgitlnv and praise never go back to boring people.
to our beneficent Father who clwell-
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In time the day was observed In Ser.-lce. .
eth In the heavens. And I recommend Bell SYDdlcate.U
"flare" In the fash-
:t There's many' a
Connecticut ; later the Dutch of New to them that while offeringup
0'E 14t1 "'. 1a Netherland proclaimed a public day the ascriptions Justly due to him ion sky this fall, and no smart skirt .

for giving thanks;: During the Revolutionary for singular deliverances and blessings will dare sally forth without at least Busy Thenas ,Now

a war congress recommendeddays they do also with humble pen one. This charming all-occasion frock Each_ photograph in the senior album ,

for Thanksgiving. Thursday, November itence nnd for disobedience our national, commend perverseness to- has "flares both back and front, thus for Harvard's class of 1904 Is '

20. liSa, was proclaimed by his tender care all those who hate assuring its wearer plenty of style accompanied by a sketch of the sub- :

President George Washington the first become widows, orphans mourners Interest. The drop-shoulder yoke ject's undergraduate'activities.. Under

national Thanksgiving day after the or sufferers in the lamentable citll points twice in front, once In back:, one picture, however there Is
strife in which we arc unavoidably
setting up of the republic. engaged, and fervently Implore the to the bodice and puffed sleeves only the subject's name. The nameis '

After President Adams' proclamationfor interposition of the almighty hand which gather round it. Utterly, charm- Franklin D., Roosevelt. It was ,.".
: day Is more in to beat the wounds of the--nation, that the sketches custom-
which explained
/ the observance of April 25,. 1799, an- ing, the tiny round collar .tops
the'nations bis mind to' restore It, as soon ns may
and don't are supplied by students themselves -
other one wasn't issued for 13 years be consistent with the Divine pur- the 'oke's..diagonal closing, arily
other American when President Madison revived the poses to the full enjoyment of you love the young way the sleeves and that the man who Is

holiday and has had the most check day and designated a Thursday In August peace harmony' tranquility mid puff about'the elbow? There are novelty now President 'of the United States .'

ered career of them all, a historical review 1S12 as the day for Thanksgiving.Two union. crepes with plenty of surface'interest apparently was too busy to write his.
o of the long chain circumstances In testimony whereof. I have
other' such days were appointedand from which to choose-or if
surrounding this most pleasant harvestfestival hereunto net my hand and caused
then the lapse until President Lin- the seal of the United States to be you're out to be cry practical, select ,
reveals.
coln ,set. aside Thursday August C. 1SG3, untied. sheer wool.Pattern .
.While Thanksgiving as"'anannual .
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2397: is available in sizes -
Done at the city Washington,
event under the of the state,
auspices this third day of October. In the 32, 14, 1C, IS, 20, :CO, 32, 34, 30, 38 and .
Is a legacy; from the early New Eng- ; year of our'Lord one thousand eight D
40. Size 10 takes 3% yards 39 Inch
land colonists, it nevertheless was first hundred and sixty-three nnd of the Ay '.
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national( for Uijlted
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the clgh' -elghtb. ing Instructions included.
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Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In
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resolution of In SE\\'A'nU. Sccretar of State.
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liSa writes Gifford Ernest in the Chi- President Andrew Johnson In his
and BE ing powder-under
style num.ber. SURE
cago Daily News. first Thanksgiving;: proclamation departed .
TO STATE SIZE. supervision of expert
At intervals from then on 'to the from the precedent of Washington
Address orders to the Sewing Cir- chemists.
present It has been observed nationallyby and Lincoln and designated the
rift E { of 1SG5. cle Pattern Dept., 243 West Seven-,
proclamation of the President. The I first Thursday December The I

longest Interval during which no proc- IJl V following.year he returned to the last : teenth St., New York City. ALWAYS i

lamation was issued and the day was Thursday of November and all his suc-,

only observed by some and that section- + e cessors have followed suit Ship Ice Iceland

ally, was about 50 years ago. ... ,.Carrying coals to Newcastle has

This hiatus In official national gratitude often been cited as the most uneco- I
Washington Proclaimed the First Na ,
occured between the presidencies nomic of all practices. But carryingice '
tional Thanksgiving Day.as ,r'
Df James Madison and Abraham Lincoln. : WHEN OLE to Iceland, was, until recently, re- .;!;;

-' During this lapse the southern states a day of Thanksgiving, and, then ... garded as even more foolish. JIovv- l'I I

objected to' its observance by presidential later In the same year designated the THANKSGIVINGCOMES ever, last summer was abnormallyhot Same; price today

"last Thursday of November ne\t" for : j In Iceland and the excessive
proclamation j>n the ground as 45 years ago
that it was a relic of Puritan bigotry.. the same purpose. heat melted all the glaciers and ice-
: 35 ounces for 258
During this long period of supremacy President Lincoln's proclamation was bergs which usually supply Reykjavik -

of the South and West In national affairs as follows: ,I the leading seaport, with Its FULL PACK

the festival was confined, chieflyto The year that Is drawing toward quota of Ice. For the first time in
the northeastern slates. Its clone hall been filled with the :, By Earle Hooker Eatonw the memory of the oldest inhabitant NO SLACK FILLING
hleKfliigx of fruitful fields and
Thursday has been most generally healthful I sides. To these bounties Iceland actually suffered because of .

selected as the day of th<* week;: which are no constantly enjojed a shortage of Ice.-Taj lor-Tycos, ..
the .
; IICornh: makes big mince
for observing the holiday. however, that we lire prone to forget the pie Rochester. .
source from which they (come others I
Wednesday has been occasionally used. We know that ole riin"UNKl'IIIK'.H nigh
hate been added which nre of
Although November has been preferred The mincemeat forms n nice 1K mound .
MO extraordinary a nature that .theyc.innot .
,,,:' as the month for expressing publiclythe fail to penetrate and soften Where loads of raisins kin lie founds
It's fun to bent her chop anal pound. I
the national the heart which Is habitually in-
gratitude
February April
,
IJ
The clioppln howl Jest ron'rM with sound
sensible to the eter-watchful Ilro'Idence ,
.
May August and' December have been lint Niiinll boys "nn't Itc liotlicrln' round.
oHfoHl.
almighty God.
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I'LL 51.40WMY
designated at times W lien Nornh makes the pie II J
In the midst of n ehII'Jlr of un- ,# WIFE I
Wednesdays and equaled magnitude and sctcrlty, 1
Thursdays
were selected COOK-
CAN
When Topper goes and gUlf the a\c.:: 1
which has sometimes seemed to forrigii :
-
the Puritans of New
by England And tit the turkey's long nock liackn. I
states to Intllc and pro'okethrlr '
holdln
While tfelit Its riiunln' JelrzAnel !
aggressions peace lint beenprescrtcd
bitter Sue look might: queerEx
with all nations order < uliniikln', YAILxlUly, -
:: she iitops up each onr.Itecii7
line been maintained the-ln",1'1 have Bear,'
she doesn't want to 1 I
been and obeyed and harmony OW10H
respected We know, Hint ole TlianksRUInpr's! neatIVhemi
has 'pret'ailed everywhere, ex'eell' -
Popper K lts dime axe.
in the theater of military conflict -

} while tint theater has 'beengreatly When flloniiiicr bring the turkey In,
lh I contracted by adtuncing The fnmhly wears n hungry grin;
armies and navies of the Union. Dot Popper's eyes begin to InreAnel.llomm'er' ,
Needful dltersloiis of wealth anti face noon clouds tilth Y
of strength from the fields of peaceful car, ,

f rNK industry to the national defense For Mho known rnrvlii' he can't hear,
a c., J y hate not arrested the plow the And when ,he rises from lila chair I=LAVOR

shuttle, or the ship the ,n\ has enlarged Wo know fclie'll nay. "Now, Jim, dou'l "'mm I S VVofziHTALIt11JG WELL.!
the borders of oar settlements sivenrt" I'M NOTHUNGRY
nail the mines! an well of When Monuuer brings the tuck c ANYHOWAFTER
Iron and coal as of the precious

l t4el metals hate yielded even more When Popper tries his worst to carte,
i h s abundantly than heretofore. Population We wait and wait nod almost starve.The p\
I has steadily Increased notwithstanding turk taps round mid seems to flee,
the waste that has And Pop Bits mad fr mad Klii be, w /Jf ar __ j
The Horn of Plenty, Symbolic of .the been made in the camp the siege "Ef I could only use my knee, I
_.. Occasion for Thanksgiving and the battlefield, and the country, I'd hold the critter down It'gec
rejoicing; in the consciousness! of TIint'N what I would!" he 'cr. se-z he
for their festive occasions In
(" connec- augmented strength nnd vigor, is When Popper tries to carte!
t tion with giving .thanks for abundant permitted to expect continuance of Western Newspaper Union.
I harvests because they desired to have ,years with large Increase of free

them as far as possible from the Christian dom.
No human counsel hath devised
Sabbath, which they observed with 'r r
nor hath any mortal hand )\orked ANNUAL REMINDER t
r strict simplicity. out these great things. They nre i
The turkey;: typifies Thanksgiving viands the gracious gifts of the most high
day comes asA
God who while dealing with nn In -pliANKSGlVING
because Governor
Bradford
i. of I
;
linger for our sins hath nevertheless an annual reminder that there
Plymouth sent out four hunters to pro- r"memhered .
mercy is always something for which tot
cure, a supply of game for the feast It has seemed, to me. fit and prop..rthnt
I)e grateful even If Its discernment
after the first harvest In the fall of they should be solemnly, rev-'
erently and gratefully acknowledged requires close observation and superlor '
]G2]. Conspicuous among the' game EVERY MEAL
with .
n one heart and one voice by 1.ntel1igenc
birds and animals. bagged by- the hunt- the whole American people. I do.





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AGE EIGHT 'z-; THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1085


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sides many of the MacWJilliams men on the sworn bill of complaint and One hundred twenty-four parcels or ers Company, a corporation, First National -.

whom I have known for a' long affadavit for constructive service for' 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,. I
Clewiston School' News time, were Mr. Ray from Clewiston, an order requiring unknown defendants 1n the petition required for Right of deceased, George Stugard, as Trustee,

field lawyer and diplomat extraor- and 'two known defendants Ito J Way for Caloosahatchee River Project, Mrs W S Garvey W1 C Coolidge Mrs M'
: MONA M. HARRIS and others named F Hill and Hill her hus-
for the ERA and inspectors appear, I
dinary [ In the petition, band, Shepard C Bass, D K Drunback.
Florine Moore, Editor "40 percent" Buchanan and Big IT IS ORDERED that ST. LOUIS : Respondents. Mary H Voorhis and Dr Voorhls. her r

WaHace. Buck is called "40 percent"because UNION TRUST COMPANY, a 'corporation ; husband Guaranty Operating Company -- ,
NOTICE TO APPEAR
a corporation Frank H Walker,.
Associate Editor and
Louise Busscy, organized existing under f
that's invariably the Alice C Garvey Growers Loan andGuaranty ,
the laws of the State of Missouri ; THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
Company, a corporation, Ger-
of rock he used to estimateon
Editor amount STATES TO:
Sports
Lob Patterson, as Trustee, under Indenture of : trude V Jardine and Jar- I

the Canal Construction levee. Mortgage dated the 1st day of June, j .ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR dine, her husband, Richard Oliver Phillips !

Two draglines here are putting 1922, between Empire Securities ,I HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROP- Jr.. and John Preston Phillips, as '
Second Grado Spelling Honor Roll- ERTY HEREINAFTER IN THIS Trustees and
Executors of the estate of
: about 4,000 yards a day on the Corporation a corporation, and St. ; NOTICE DESCRIBED: Richard Oliver Phillips, deceased, Charlotte ;
Selee
Wilma Tengle, Caroline bank. The Florida has been digging Louis Union Trust Company, as :y WHEREAS on the 8th day of November Loesch Phillips, Richard Oliver ;

Doris Simmons, Dalton Carr, David hard rock in Hicpochee, which has! Trustee, recorded on the 13th day : 1935. a petition was filed by the Phillips Jr., Individually, John Preston ,

Belcher, Nora Oglesby. slowed her progress, but she' of, June, 1922 in Mortgage Book 1, .'United States of America In the District Phillip! individually Benjamin B I
up Court of the United? States for the Odell, Jr.. as surviving Executor and
The second grade enjoyed a partyin I over the ledge now and going ahead Page 204, Public Records of Glades I ;Southern District of Florida for the Trustee of the estate of John Mat-
County .Florida and recorded :' thews, deceased, John Wendall
afternoon on acquisition by condemnation of an Matthews -
the home room Tuesday as Capt. Hastings likes to see her I ''
casement Maude Oastler and
the 14th days of June, 1922, in Mort- : in those certain tracts or
Refreshments of hot chocolateand parcels of land In Glades and Hendry Oastler her husband, American Fruit
served during the go.I gage Book 22, Page 307, Public Re- Counties, Florida, described In said pe- Growers Inc.,- a corporation, Gilmer M
cookies were bet can the first '
you guess cords of Lee County, Florida, and tition required for the project for Heitman. Sr., J E Foxworthy and1 FlorIda -,
afternoon. The home room mother, question I asked Mr Ray His an; D. J. ROULESTONE and all parties I'I I Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okee- Heitman as executors of the estate

Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, very kindly swer was, "Well, you know Mrs. having or claiming an Interest in the II chobee by the Drainage War Department Areas being of the carried United on f of Dean Harvey Florida E Heitman Heitman, deceased indivIdually John M

furnished the hot chocolate. Wallace, one can get used to almost following described real property in ,States Government,' In which petition Lorraine Heitman. Lee J Stebblns and

Games played in which prizec anything." Told you he was a dip-, Hendry and "Glades__.Countiefc, Florida i i 'the following are named respondents: Edna P Stebbins his wife, F M Hentfry.
were I 'Mona M. Harris, Harold B. Maglll, Mary George A Floss, Eleanor H D Pearse and
,
were given to Doris Simmons for lomat. to-wit: -v;- :I :Hayes Davis, E. H. Coachman M S Landon Pearse, her husband. Dorothy

Sections 31 and 32 I Coachman Paul B. Rankin, Trustee, U Eggleston and Ralph W Eggleston
MacKenzie Township
"shooting the bull's eye" and to That jou Is a peach. ,, and J, L. Stroud, doing business In the

Mayme Johnson for "dropping It's right there for you and if you 42 South, Range 32 East; 'name and style of "Riverside LandCompany" Inc her husband a corporation, Goober-Turkey A H Read Evelina Farms,

in bottle." don't see it, 'taint no fault of mine. I Mary Esther: Appleton and M Zumstein and Zumstein
clothespins a Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 ; Frac- Appleton her husband; her husband, Helen Osborn Gary and

Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- : Yesterday the Monighan was taking tional Section 5; All 'of Sec- 1 :Bmma Cross and J F. Cross, her husband Gary, her husband, J

out six yards at a clip in her five tions 6, 7 and 8 North and i and' ;, Laura O Buser M S Coachman C Jackman, Leroy Lamareaux:, Edgar H
Lewis Blount, Willie Smith Ralph I Coachman, her hus- Dunn, James J L
Sweeney, Cooper W S
yard bucket-that's the result of East of Ft. MyersPalmBeach i band: I L McCabe, Grace'E Sallle
Hall Sue Von Cooper, W L Cooper, R S Bass, Rossle
Sherwood
Silva .E
Cross-State Highway Jennings Individually and as executor -
LaDeen dry-pit' diggIng-and the 50-B was ; of the estate of Lawrence M Jennings C Lee A Donald Bass, George M Hen-
Mach, Christine Redish, dumping about two yards a minute Sections 9, 10 and 11 ; All ex- I deceased; Tampa Hardware Company dry as administrator of the estate of

Peters, Elsie Eembry. j cept N 1-2 of N 1-2 ofNW, 1-4 [ ; a corporation; Lucille N Chapman Mary E Anders. Willie J Hendry and
Roll- .as she came along in back gradingthe I E E Goodno, Henry Fatic, J F Newton, George M Hendry, her husband*. Katie
Fourth Grade Spelling Honor of Section 12 ; Section 36,
,
slope. So, counting out time for I l C S Brewton and Ora L Brewton his McDermlc and McDermlc.
Belcher Surginer Mar- Township 43 South, Range 32 wife W. St John Naftel L E Naftel, Ida her husband, Mrs. M Walker and -_
Eric Esly ,
moving and refueling, they.are mov- East; -J Cox. MelbervH Cox, D M Cox Harvey Walker, her husband,
ianne Jones. ing over 8,000 yards of dirt a day.There's I! :D Cox, Madge I Cothern and Frank John C Anders. J H Smlthwick Elwyrt
Fractional Section 6 ; Section Cothern, her husband; P G Frierson, N Powell G A Sheffield, W M Wallace.

always the smoothest pos- 7 W 1-2 and SE 1-4 of Section I Frank C Shrlver Ernest E Shrlver The Wallace Investment' Company, a corporation --
High School New sible efficiency on a MacKenzie job. ; 1 'B L Dulaney Corporation, a corporation George W Watson Emma:
13 ; Sections 18, 19, 24, 25, 30, Paul Dulaney. as executor of the Fraga and Fraga, her husband -"
The high school met Friday, No- Dykes was operating the Monighan 31 and 36, Township 43 South, i estate of Benjamin L Dulaney. deceased; W V Knott, as Treasurer of the'
and' Waldron was oiler, and between Range 33 East : Corlne Forrey Dempsey Jenkins. Fern- State: of Florida, J P Moore, as Tax'
vember 15 to organize a debating ; llno Collector for Glades
: an G Miller Oscar S Miller and County, Florida
society under the direction: of Miss them they were keeping that bucket Tracts 4a, 5a, 6a, 7. 8b, lOa, i Lois R Miller, his wife; A T Miller John Frank A Dougherty, as Tax: Collector '
swinging with the regularity ofa ,C Kelly, LaBelle Sales & Development for Hendry County Florida, D S Weeks
Dorothy Lockhart and Mr. Von lOb, lOc, lOd, lOf, 11, 12, 14a, Corporation, a corporation. Charlie as Clerk of the Circuit Court for '.e:1 [

Mach. Miss Lockhart presided in clock. pendulum. 16a 17a, 18a, 18b, 19a, 19b, I Simmons and Pauline M Simmons. his Glades County. Florida. Wm T Hull,_as. f.
Andy Collins is now inspectingdown : wife, A Duncan Reid Vincent Nucclo.Jr. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Hendry
the chair until the ,following offi- and 20, Section 7, Township 43 ., Alfonso F Caltagirone Alexander County Florida Board of Commissioners -
here and Jim Stockley is relief -
cers were elected: South, Range 34 East, accord- 1 Waddell, Felice G Caltagirone and of Okeechobee Flood Control District
Inspector-I swear, these men 1 .- Caltagirone, her husband, Board of Commissioners of Everglades
President, Ed Clark, know Ing to a plat thereof, recorded i I Francis B Coogler Mrs Ella Mae Holder, Drainage District. County of Glades
Vice-president Robert Patterson move about so that I never in Plat Book 2, at page 68, of i .Jesse S Eblnger Bernie Myrtle Carter County, of Hendry, George M Hendry,
,
where to look for them. the Public Records of Hendry I and Carter her husband. Homer G Hand and Earl C Smalley as
Secretary 'Ethel Willis, 'Edith Howard and constituting the Board of Trusteesof "
Brown
: and Samp Brown,
I was mighty glad to see Paul County Florida; W 1-2 of Sec-
!
Caloosahatchee Dis-
her Improvement
Treasurer Florine Moore. : husband, Sallle C Gravely and L 0
Irons in the office yesterday. He's tion 8 ; W 1-2 except NE 1-4 Gravely, her husband Minnie Ham- trict, and R E Kurtz as Trustee for the

Librarian, Vincent Oglesby.Mr. been transferred, here as general inspector of NW 1-4 of Section 17 ; 'Sections J 'mock and Asa Hammock, her husband holders of bonds of Caloosahatchee Im-,

VonMach made a very inter- Century Land Company, a corporation, provement District. .
on the river work. Paul and 18 and 19 ; Section 20 except ; J J Wiggins, Mrs Virginia Darby and WHEREAS, in and by said petitionand

esting and inspiring speech about the Wallaces went through the St. three tracts of land as follows 1' John M. Darby, her husband, Pearl L proceedings, petitioner prays for
debating. :Mordue and Mordue, her hus- and seeks condemnation, for the pur-
Petersburg boom together as mem- ; i band. James O'Neill Florence Campbell pose of carrying through the said proj-
When the officers were elected, .Saffarrans, as executrix: of the estate ect, upon: payment of proper damages
bers of rival engineering firms, but (A.) Beginning at a point 655
Ed Clark took the chair and called 1of, Lock Campbell, deceased Florence in condemnation; the perpetual right,
we're still friends. You know, thatis feet South and 510 feet : Campbell Saffarrans Individually and power and privilege to enter upon,

for impromptu speeches from the the most fascinating thing about West of the Northeast corn- ,ytt; Saffarrans, her husband. excavate cut away, and remove any or
: W Cecil J all of the following .tracts or parcels of
five officers. The subject* were er of said Section 20", Town- Marry Flemming, Jackman
engineering as a career; on every I I 'E M O'Bannon, Clara M Kirtland, Susan land as may be required for the im-
chosen for their Complete lack of ship 43 South, Range 34 I Smith and. Smith her hus- provement and maintenance of the

weight and the speeches were decidedly job you meet men whom you have East;; thence West 120 feet; band, May Seely and Seely, Caloosahatchee River, or any enlarge-
known in other times and other thence North 25 feet;' thence :her husband, Rachel Shock and ment thereof,' and to maintain the por-
humorous. I tion so excavated and the channel
Shock her husband Sarah
The society will have bi-monthly climes, and you're almost always East 120 feet; thence South Pierce and Pierce, her husband thereby created as a part of the navi-

glad to see them again. 25 feet, to the point of Alice E Stannard Herman Stan- gable waters of the United States, and

meetings and a final public debateIn Laurence Knapp has returned beginning; ;, nard, Jr., Charlie E Stannard, Irving J the further right to enter upon, occupy -
and use portion of said land
any
the spring. Stannard, Edwin R Williams and Anna
from Chicago and is on the Dania. B. at iron "VV Williams his wife Herbert P Williams not so cut away and converted into
( ) Beginning an pin
There will be no school on Thursday '. Emma Williams, Fannie D ,Wil- public navigable waters, for the deposit -
The Dania Is just about through
: 460 feet South and 630 feet of dredged material, and for such
and Friday, November 29 and liams, Isabella M Williams, Arthur T
Thompson's Cut-off and will need West of the concrete monument Williams Jr.. and Emma R Williams, as other, purposes as may be needful In
30, for Thanksgiving.The .. Northwest executors of the estate of Arthur T the preservation and maintenance. of,
about five weeks more to completeher marking the
thj said Caloosahatchee River, to-wit:
elementary school will pre Williams deceased, Arthur T Wil-
of Section 20 Town-
work. corner I llame. Jr., Individually, and Claire Drew
Wed- Parcels 8-FX 8-GC. 8-GD and 8-GH of
sent a Thanksgiving program ship 43 South, 'Range 34 I Williams, his wife Emma Rochelle ,
Next 'week I hope to have a lot of the-right of way for the Caloosahatchee
nesday, November 28,. from 8:30 a. East; thence run North 125 Porter and Garrett Porter. her husband River as shown on platt recorded in.
Standard
dope on the, Dredging con- 1 i Lucy Starke Williams, Isabella M Drew Plat Book 2, page 69, of the Public Rec-
until 9:30 m..All; parents and feet to thence East
m. a. a point;
I and Herbert her J P
husband.
Drew
tract. 'I hear, although not"officially, ords of Hendry County, Florida;
friends are cordially invited. 40 feet to a point; thence i :Pendry and Louise Pendry. his wife, the
Mr. that they will use three dredges; South 125 feet to a point; i, Governor, Farm Credit Ad: 'iinistration. Parcels 8-HA 8-HB, 8-HC. 8-1, 8-IA
We have as our new janitor the Norman H. Davis, which belongsto Laura V Hull Carl E Royer., Preston 8-IE 8-IF 8-IG. 8-IH, 8-II. of the rightof
Tucker who has replaced Mr. Mul- thence West 40 feet. to the I "Polhemus. Minnie A. Polhemus J way for the Caloosahatchee River ast
Clark, and the Standard dredges point of beginning( ; I 'W Potter and Effie'M Potter shown on plat recorded In Plat Book :(j

key.We "Tampa" and "Diesel". The Tampais i his wife John R Burnett and Mattie 2, page 85, of the Public Records of ;
are very grateful to Ed Clark (C.) Beginning at a point 30 I L Burnett his wife Land Bank Commissioner .j Glades County, Florida;
a 24 inch plant and will be 'well I B iF Lewis, George J Stan
feet west of the east- line of
their kind-
and Jack Moorman for Parcels 8-JB. 8-JA, 8-JC, 8-JE 8-JF
worth visiting. The Diesel I don'tknow I nard Nettie Bowers and Campbell C
Section 20 Township 43 S-JH. 8-JJ 8-JK. 8-JL. 8-JO 8-JQ 8-JR
ness in bringing to the school build- 'Bowers her husband, Rosa Lee Murray,
at all. Joe Daugherty has the South, Range 34 East, a distance Hugh Hull, Llllle Hull Burhans and 8-JS. 8-JT 8-JW. 8-K, 8-KA 8-KB,
twelve of towels. 8-KD 8-KF 8-KG
ing cases paper 3-KC. 8-KE ,
clearing contract for Standard and of 460 feet south of a I "Mose Burhans her husband Madge 3-KH, 8-KI 8-KJ. 8- K K ,
Next week is week and all Hull L E
exam Saupe Trustee R Watts and
they are starting at the lower end concrete monument, marking I Sons Inc. a corporation C E Hill 0-KL. 8-L 8-LA., 8-LB 8-LC. 8-LF,
will be taken before Thursday 8-LH, 8-LI. 8-LJ, 8-LK. 8-LL. 8-LM
exams the Northeast Corner of said Melvin Messer, Perry C Hull J J Peadro
of the job below Alva. Standard
8-LN. 8-LO. 8-LP. 8-MAr 8-MB, 8-MC.
as Thursday and Friday are hol- I Marie Henricksen, J H Baird. F BScheetz.
,. Section 20, Township 43 i 8-MD 8-MF 8-MH 3-MI 8-MJ
plan to move 1,500.000 yards of dirta Herman Malakowsky Maple- 8-ME ,
idays. South, Range 34 East; thence I wood Investment ; 8-NA. 8-NB, 8-NC 8-ND, 8-0. 8-OA.:
month whi 1 Is times their Company a corpora-
three
8-OB. 8-PB, 8-PC 8-PD 8-PE 8-PF,
,
SPORTS.. Westerly at a right angle to I tion. Maxmllllan von Erdmansdorff.
'" schedule. Well, I wish 'em luck. I 8-PG, 8-Q 8-QA, '8 Q B ,
I Thomas. F. Stewart 'Amelia S Turner
the East line 6f said Section 8-QC. 8-R. 8-RA. 8-RB. 8-RC 8-RD,
ind Edward Turner her husband Mary
The Clewiston girls' diamond' ball 20, 40 feet to a point;' thence I j Finney Blake, Mary Elizabeth Blake Fox 8-RE 8-RF. 8-RG. 8-RH 8RISA..

North r.lYEP.arallel"'to the East ,and George Fox Jr.,' her husband. 8-T. 8-TA 8-TB. 8-TC 8TDTE,
team metwlth_ defeat a second time 8-TF 8-TG, 8-U 8-UA, 8-UB 8-UC.
I Thomas F Fitzgerald and Rose M Fitzgerald -
of\' aid ;
line Sectio 20 125
: \ 8-UD, 8-UE '8-UF 8-V 8-VA 8-VB.
when they played LaBelle ,Thursday, LEGAL! NOTICES his wife William Spitz Z B
feet to1- appoint; VjthenceEasterlyat Couch E B Raschbaum, George W Tyrell 8-VD. 8-W, 8-WA 8-WB, S-WC, 8-X.
November 14. The final score" was : 'if: right angle 40 Henry C Thompson F B Guyer and 3-XA, 8-XB. 8-XC 8-Y, 8-Y A,

LaBelle 20, Clewlston 8, -JkViandt feet, lo ; a'' point; thence Frances Guyer his wife R Percy Jones, 3-YB. ,8-YC. of right of way for the
William J Caloosahatchee River as shown on
Wood. Frederick Z Favor
pitched for Clewiston and Forrey Southerly, parallel to the Adelaide Favor Mary Favor Mitchell and .plat. recorded in Plat Book 2, at page 69,
.
for LaBella. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, THE East' line of said Section 20, J ------ Mitchell, her husband. f the Public, Records of Hendry County -

I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IierntJon: : B Kelly, Geo E Kelly, as administrator Florida.NOW
;, The LaBelle boys won a close 125 fpet to the point of be-
of the estate of Edward
THEREFORE, you, the above
FLORIDA I" AND FOR HBNDRY I
:, game from Clewiston Thursday, November ginning. Kelly deceased, Edith' H Stevens Ivan named respondents and each of you
.' 14. The Clewiston team COUNTY IN CHANCERY: i Andre. Viola Balsin and Ceferino Bal- and all other persons concerned In or
No. 720 Sections 21; 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, i Ui. hr>r husband: Olive S Whitfield having an interest In, or lien upon the
'r- made errors which resulted in rung :"I, 32, 33 and 34, Township 43 and I J Whltfield, her husband ClaraA above described property you are here-

for LaBelle. The final score was La- Mendenhall and Menden- by notified to be and appear In said
South Range 34 East
I GLADES LAND CORPORATION : ; hall her husband Herbert D Menden- United States District Court for the
Belle 5, Clewiston 3. LaBelle has hall, A A Gardner, John Edward Bowman -
Southern District of Florida at Tampa,
corporation :
organized 'Sections 1 and 6, Township 44
Forrest Horrell Berton E
won two out of three with Kellogg Florida on the 31st day of December,
games [ and existing under the .: South, Range 33 East; Poor, Mary A Hendly and H Hendly, her 1935 to show what Interest or lien you

Clewiston. laws of' the State of Dela- : I husband, Stafford Powers. Horace An-, or any of you have In or to the above }

ware, UNITED STATES SUGAR : Section" 3, 4, 5 and 6, Town- derson Bestor and Catherine C Bestor described property, or any part thereof: jf
ship 44 .South, Range 34 East; his wife. Floretta Dana James F Dana. and to show cause If any you or ant JnT
ATTENTION: PARENTS OR CORPORATION, a cor- ;: I Edwin L Dana Marjorie L Dana, WDerm's of you have why said property should(

GUARDIAN poration organized and existing : and each of you arc hereby required Dana. C R Dana,. Mary F Sims not be taken by United States of
and Harvey Sims, her husband, MattyL America for the purposes set forth in
( under the the
Laws'of : the Bill of
to to Complaint
I appear her
Reynolds and E T Reynolds said petition; and this on penalty of
Whenever your. boy or girl is absent State of Delay ire, and THE : filed here'n' on the 6th day of January husband J M Walker, Edith Williams, you and each and all of you,the said
CLEWISTON COMPANY, a : 1936. at the Office of the J B Rcberroi. J B Cox:, Lee M Roan, respondents, being barred of all claim
or tardy from school for a partof and executrix of the
Individually as and Interest In and to said property.
I
corporation organized and : Clerk of the Circuit Court for
estate of Charles F Roan deceased J WITNESS the Honorable Alexander
a day or more he or she is required -
existing under the laws of : Hendry County, Florida, at LaBelle, W Roan J J Davis, Ida M Henderson 4 Akerman.. United States District Judge

. to bring a note from ,your the State of Florida, : Florida, otherwise the bill of com- and George S Henderson, her husband and likewise the undersigned as Clerk
Harvey S Dyess. George H Graham of said District Court, at Florida
Tampa -
their return to school
: upon afterE' Plaintiffs, : will be taken as confessed by
plaint Solon B Crews. Leland R Crews, JosephJ this the 8th day of November, 1935.
such absence. We hope that you v. : Davis Rufus: M Burchard.Eliza.. A
EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk,
will cooperate fully with us in this ST. LOUIS UNION TRUST : you.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that her Williams husband.and Albert T Williams Williams, Fred G, By JULIAN A. BLAKE,

respect. Otherwise the faculty cannot COMPANY, a corporation : this order ,published once a ,week Miner Mrs Albertlne Rock and -=---- Deputy Clerk.

r' keep a close check on students organized and existing under : for four .((4) consecutive weeks in Rock her husband, Mrs Lee Thomas McE. Johnston,
the Laws of the State of M Roan, as executrix of the estate' of Attorney at Law
:;. as it is impossible for us to tell : a newspaper published and of gen- John 0 Lane, deceased W ''L Murray Miami, Florida

r'/ whether or not the absence Is -at Missouri, as Trustee, under : I eral circulation in' Hendry County, Anne Elizabeth Lupton Garvey Broth- Attorney for Petitioner.

Indenture of Mortgage dated : I Florida.

i: your request or with your permis. the 1st day of June, 1922, : I DATED at LaBelle, Florida this -- -- -- _'

r, slon. between Empire Securities \ : 16 day of November, 1935.

Corporation, a corporation, : (Seal of the Circuit Courtof

( ; Caloosahatchee and St. Louis Union Trust : HendryjCounty, Florida, HOW TO KEEP EHUCATEIT9

Company,, as Trustee, recorded : affixed)
Y.. Read the World-Wide Constructive News in
Daily
the 13th day of :
.' on W. T. HULL, Clerk of the
\ : Cacography.- June, 1922 In Mortgage : Circuit Court, TUB CHRISTBAIV SCBEIVOi; MONITOR

' Book 1, Page 204, Public : By INEZ MAGILL, An International Daily NewspaperIt

Records of Glades County, : Deputy Clerk.; all cohstructllvo world but does
tires the news not exploit crime and
:; 1: (Continued from page 1) Florida, and recorded on the : EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER scandal. Men like the column "The World'i Da;"-news at a dance for
J.J.'l It has interesting feature for ...._
I. the busy reader ; paces all the family. A -
i t copy.) 14th day of June, 1922, in : Miami, Florid Weekly Magazine Scct'on. written by distinguished authorities, on eco- "

r. Had a particularly pleasant visit Mortgage Book 22, Page : Solicitorfor Plaintiff. nomic social and political problems rives a surrey of world affairs. \-r'
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; 1 on the MacWilliams job at Citrus 307; Public Records of Lee : Ccpied 11-19-35-a j 11| The Christian Science Pnbllshing SocietyOne

; Center this week. I arrived-oh, County, Florida, D. J. : Nov. 22, 29, Dec. 6, 13, 1935. Norway Street Coslon. Massachusetts

quite by accident, I assure you- ROUELSTONE and all parties :" Please enter of my subscription 'to The Christian Science Monitor fora

having or claiming an : period '
just about noon, and Dad Koonse 1 year $9.00 6 months $4 CO 3 months$2,25 1 month 75c
interest in the real property : 'y THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Wednesday issue Including Magaz.ne Section: 1 year $2.60, Issues 250
cordially invited. me to have dinner described in the bill : I uNiTED STATES FOR THE SOUTHERN -
. on the quar'terboat. The cook's name DISTRICT OF FLORIDATAMP Name..........'...........,..... '..,.i.;.......,..................
Defendants. I '
,::' is very aptly Mr. Cook, an old-timer; : ORDER REQUIRING *"% I DIVISION U. S. Civ No 263-T Address.....,..'...."........ .................,............ ......,.. vSampo

wlh the company, and he sure puts : PENDANTS; TO APPEAR. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Copy on Rtquttl

i fit b a noble feed. At the table, be Application having: been made up I Petitioner.v. .


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