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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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.'_ VOLUME 9, NUMBER 46 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: 29, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAH ';:
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Thomas Clark Is Mill Will Start Grinding Alston's Store Will

FORMER OFFICIALOF i NORTH SHORE LEVEEIS

j New Scoutmasterf Sunday MorningAt Give Prize CouponsD.

S. S. COMPANY ,I I 6:00The NOT APPROVED BYENGINEERCOMMITTEE

G. Alston, owner and
f managerof
Clark, timekeeper for the

r/ ',: DIES IN ARIZONA 'U. S. Sugar Company, was installed sugar season of 1935-36 Is this Alston's week a Drug coupon Store plan announces wherebyhis

I :'at a meeting Tuesday night as on. customers will receive valuable

: scoutmaster of the local Boy Scout prizes for coupons which will be '
"William G&odson Ames, Identified At 7:00 this morning a full crew with Copy of a public notice issued
with the Southern Sugar Companyhere troop: succeeding V. C. Woodward, of workers went into'the cane fieldsof given every twenty-five cent from the Division office of the U.
purchase, or if
preferred the
by
during the construction of the .vho resigned recently. the U. S. Sugar Company to be- tomer, will be traded in when, cus- S. Engineers by Earl I. Brown, Col-
a
sugar house and railroad yards and : The meeting was conducted by gin the annual harvest of the cane customer has at least a hundred, for onel, Corps of Engineers, was received -

I1"- "- "onsulting engineer, died H. O. Kight, Scout Executive of the for convers'iqn into raw sugar at the trade in the store. The amount of here this / week and

last Sunday at Tucson, Ariz., follow- ;''Royal Palm Council from Fort My- sugar house here. Cutting was start- trade "which will be allowed for each in this notice is given the

ing a long' illness. i i i"f if i ers, who also examined Francis ed in each of the six zones and by hundred tickets has not been work- result of the findings of tne com-

'0. The son of a Methodist clergyman Wright and decorated him as a Star the time the huge crushers at the ed out\ as yet. mittee on whether additional levee :
'' I Scout the fourth rank in mill seize their first bite of the new on Lake Okeechobee should be built
Mr. Ames was 'born on April ), Scouting. An advertisement in this issue
25th, 1873 at White Mills, Ky. He]I A new, troop committee was also cane the cane cutters will be far calls attention to the great numberof along the shores not included in the
enough ahead that the mill run
may present contracts. The
attended the public schools of installed with O. A. Jones chair- useful articles which may be secured report was

l '1 Louisville and was graduated in civil -!'. man, Dr. B. A. Bourne and,; M. E. operation continuously.Sunday The morning:mill will at begin 6:00. by saving these coupons and additional unfavorable levee.to the building of an

f and electrical engineering from VonMach. These men are all members it is believed that the system will
All day today the fields were the
Vanderbilt University, where he wasa of the Americanization !com- prove even more_ attractive to the Appeals from this report will be
I scene of great activity as the negro heard for four consecutive weeks
classmate of Norman H. Davis. mittee of the American Legion, customer than the weekly cash
cane cutters, all in perfect physical
following publication of the
The building of New York's finest I sponsors of the Boy Scout troop prizes awarded last year and the reporton
condition, swung their big cane November
20 so because of the
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I subway his initial practical .
provided periodic award of larger prizes. In
knives and tons of fell before \
here.R. cane in
great interest this work on this
experience but he found the field for
Y. Patterson, Clewiston mem- this system it is the customer who
them to be loaded into the Athey
side of the lake, the notice is pub
his life's work when
he accepted an Council spends the most in the store who
ber of the Royal Palm gave wagons for transportation to the lished in full:
opportunity: to join the constructionstaff profits' the most rather than
the boys an inspiring talk on their mill.: And the scene will remain those Public Notice
of Sir 'William Van
Home's; who are the luckiest.
scout work as did the members of
without great change for several
It having to the notice of
come
Cuba Railway, which bridged the the troop committee and W. C. Owen weeks to come. The store will start issuance of .
between Santa and the undersigned that you have expressed -
Clara
long gap former troop committeeman.MUSIC the coupons tomorrow.
" Santiago de Cuba and was responsible Cane cutters are paid by the ton an Interest in the pending I

I for much of the tremendous de- r of cane cut, there being four differ- proposition for the improvement of. 1

.. velopment of' the Cuban sugar in- ent prices paid for light and heavy, the Caloosahatchee River and Lake !

dustry. Later he was identified with CLASS GIVES burned and unburned cane. The average :- DR. BOURNE SPEAKSAT Okeechobee Drainage Area, Fla., by

; .. the consulting engineer firm of cutter will cut between two the construction of additional levees !I

Smith, Ames and Chisholm who ov- and four tons .of cane per day. 'The KIWANIS between Kissimmee River and Fish- I

,, er a period of fifteen years designedand RECITAL, PROGRAM "burned"_ cane is a method of strip- MEETINGDr. eating Creek and between Nubbin !

built some of the largest sugar ,1 ping employed in some fields and is Slough and the St. Lucie Canal, you I

properties in Cuba. really a singeing process which are hereby informed that the. report '

Mrs. M. R. Lawler will presenther does no harm to the cane. The dead .. B. A. Bourne, plant breeding thereon, authorized by Resolutionof
( His firm hired in 1925 the
was by
':; piano pupils in a recital to be leaveS, are all burned off as the physiologist and head of the Re- the Committee on' Commerce of

Southern Sugar Company to design given in the school auditorium at flames sweep the field and the workof 'search Department? of the U. S. Sugar the United States Sentate adopted
and build the house here and '
sugar 7:30 P. M. Friday, December 6th. stripping is decreased materially. Company was guest speaker at July 3, 1931, has been made and is

-. investigate the possibilities for a The public is cordially invited. The the regular meeting of the Kiwanis unfavorable to the improvement.
Celotex plant, a project which was I '
later abandoned. Mr. Ames came to program 'will ,start promptly in orderto As the cane is cut and strippedit Club 'Wednesday evening, giving adeta'ned The principal grounds upon which

accomodate the children who are Is loaded into the Athey account of nearly ten yearsof the adverse conclusions are basedare
,-. Clewiston in 1927 construction wagons
,i':",.. -. ., as accustomed to an early bed time. continuous research work on his that human' life can be protectedby
; .,engineer of the sugar house and fol- forming long trains. and pulled by
o .' part with sugar cane in the Everglades proper measures for evacuation
lowing its completion, served the Program Caterpillar tractors. When these are .
region.. of the Inhabitants the
on approachof
Southern Sugar Company in the ca "JUgle Bells" and '"Santa Land", loaded they are taken'to the near-.
by Rythm Band. est hoist at the railway siding and In his preliminary remarks, Dr. ,' a hurricane or by the constructionof

-1., transferred from the Athey Bourne described conditions as they substantial refuge houses, at
1930 when he left for other work in Piano solo, "Cherry Blossoms", wagonsto
New York. Caroline Selee. cane cars by the hoist, first being existed here ten years ago and the much less expense than by the construction

weighed at the scale house.' The great advance that had been made in of levees, and that construction
'" He was married on February 24, Piano solo, "Up The 'Hill", Joan
Company has Its own locomotivesfor the decade. of levees for the protec-
1904 to May Swain Pearce at Cam- Crouch.
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aguey, Cuba, and to the union was Piano duet, "Step Lively", Dicky hauling the trains into the mill I: Dr. Bourne pointed out that prac- tion' of property is not economicallyjustifie'd.

"- born three children, Leonard, S., Owen .and Barbara Smith. where they are placed on the sid tically every sugar producing coun- .
ing, weighed again in carlots and try had gone through three distinct You are further notified that all
who died last summer, Evelyn and Piano solo, "The Bird Nest",
Catherine. Both daughters are now I Mary Louise Thomas; sung by Peg- side dumped into a pit to be carriedby stages of progressive" developmentas interested parties have the privilegeof

married, one being Mrs. Paul R. gy Lawler. a conveyer to the maws of the regards the varieties cultivated. an appeal from this conclusionto

Lorimer, of Mount Vernon, N. Y., Piann solo, ,"The Three Kittens" giant crushers. First, the so-called "native" canes the Board of Engineers for Rivers

and the other. Mrs. Robert J. Mur- Bruce Beardsley; sung by Nancy Men have all been assigned to were grown;' then imported foreign- and Harbors a permanent body sit- .
ting at Washington D. C., to which
phy, Jr., of Summit, .N. Jer. Both Wright. their work with a full force of foremen bred hybrid types (largely from

(Continued on Page 8) Piano duet, "The Wishing Moon", ., time-keepers, cut foremen, Java and India) were tried and fin- (Continued on Page 8)

Ethel Willis, Runelle McGehee. scalemen, hoist operators, mechanicsand ally locally bred and adapted varieties

First Peas Are Piano solo, "Christmas. Chimes", service men at their posts this were developed and proved their I Donkey Ball Games

Eleanor,' Selee. morning ready for the "go"- signal. superiority over the other two classes -

Piano solo, "Jolly Little Breeze", in yielding power and resistanceto I Are Well Attended a
Shipped This Week disease, due to the' skilful combi-
3ue VonMach.
,', .t;:. ., Piano solo, "Lazy Mary" Nancy Piling Being DrivenAt nation of desirable characters.He .

." :'-7. :< Wright; sung by Mary Louise recorded the several advances In spite of the fact that Mother
: A. A. Munroe and E. B. Butler Ortona Locks which have been made in the local'vbred -,
I' Thomas and Joan Crouch:; Nature intervened with a spell of
picked close to a hundred hampers seedling varieties
now
, l Piano duet, "Silent Night", Nora new cool weather to keep down attend-
,
of English from their four-acre --
peas use.
commercial
( Oglesby and Julia Ann Oglesby. wing adopted for ance last Monday night at the first
tract here this week and shipped M. R. Lawler, engineer in chargeof Earliness] disease .
; high yielding power, -
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there
Piano solo, "Let's Go Fishing, of the two donkey ball games,
them Thursday to Carbone Brothersin concrete construction on the resistance and hardiness were
Billie Redelsheimer. were enough present at the gameon
New York, so far as is known Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee project listed
. Piano solo, "Bells at Dusk," among the superior qualities the second night to make up the
the first peas to be picked in this stated today that the Spadaro Con- for these cane
Margaret VonMach. difference and as a result there are a
; vicinity. C. E. Miner is also reported tracting Company was making good With the use of earlier and higher and
Piano solo, "The Nightingale", number of Clewiston people
;J' .. -" to have picked and shipped a number progress in the driving of wood pil- yielding varieties, the'possibility. communities -
',' Dicky Owen. people from surrounding
}.( of hampers this week from an ing at the Ortona lock job and that looms bright for 'a marked extensionof the
who are still chuckling over
acreage on the south side of the Piano duet, "Metushka", Runelle work would start today on the driv- the grinding season, with conse- rId-
their
and
antics of ,the donkeys
McGehee, Barbara Smith. ing of steel sheet piling for the cof-
beneficial effects
quent on employment -
fun-fest of the
lake.This this
ers at greatest
same patch will be picked i Piano solo, "Marketing", Anne ferdams and lock chamber. and general business throughout clubdidn't
Kiwanis
. ;. again ,the first of the week and the; Pafford; sung and danced by Joan Two small draglines are' being us- the territory. season. Maybe the

,;4 two local men are expecting to make'! Crouch, Nancy Wright, Mary Louise ed for driving the piling equippedwith Appreciation was expressed for excited clear about enough but they money had lots to get of

'; a nice profit off of the four" a res.1 i Thomas, Peggy Lawler. McKiernan-Perry double action the liberal cooperation given by the their
fun, the customers money's -
gave
;; The price of peas on the New York Piano solo, "Dance of the Debu- steam hammers. The hammers are Federal and State Agricultural Experiment and still

.:.' j\:. .. market was said to be about 3.50 tantes", Runelle McGehee. the most modern of pile-driving Stations as well as' that of worth and lots more
.
left for the club
have fund
sizeable
a
; "F: per hamper this week for first Piano solo, "Sextette. from Lucia"Barbara equipment striking about 120 blows local sugar interests throughout the treasury.So .

: grade fruit and the quality of the Smith per minute. There are approximately whole period of the work. "
: '. peas picked indicate that they will Piano solo,. "Melody In F", Julia 3,000 timber piling to be drivenas far as scores were concernedin
Ann Oglesby; danced by Nora Oglesby the two games no one seemed to
bring top price on the market. a foundation for the'structure Committees Named

';;f, ; .' A large acreage has been planted Nancy Wright, Peggy Lawler, I I which are an average of 29 feet in remember just exactly how they

:" : J 1 in peas this year and within a few Mary Louise Thomas and Joan length and are driven to a bearing By American Legion came out but everyone remained
calm remember that f
days large shipments will probably Crouch. of about eighteen tons sufficiently to
start. Piano solo, "Grandfathers' Song" I I -- the' Clewiston High School 'team won

" c Prices on all vegetables 'have LaDeen Peters. SPECIAL NOTICEIt Jay W. Moran, commander of the from the LaBelle school team in the
> Piano solo, "My Secret", Martha I i I __ local first game and that the Fats were
.... taken a jump during the week and American Legion Post No. 93,
.:-_ beans are bringing from $1.50 to Van de Velde. is necessary': for all persons who has announced the following stand- 'Victorious over the Leans in the

$1.75 f. o. b. this week. Wax beans Piano solo, "Drifting", Sonny wish to work on local projects sup- ing committees to serve during the game Tuesday' night.
Thos. B. Shelley, chairman of the
f ; ,.' and limas are somewhat higher and : Vaughn. ervised by the U. S. Engineers to new year: :
:.::.. "- eggplant, pepper and tomatoes are Piano solo, "A Cradle Song" Nora register with the National Reemployment Membership and Attendance; F. diamond ball committee and Presi-
dent A. W. Lawrence In chargeof
were
all bringing an unusually high price. Oglesby. Service. Unless you have M. Wright, chairman, G. B. Thomas -

. Shipment of beans from this area I Piano trio>, "Spring Breezes", registered recently, call at the NRS R. N. Miller and H. R. Halli most of the arrangements for

.. .,.1:. has slowed down some but picking Martha Van de Veldc, LaDeen Pet- office and have your name put on Americanization, (including Boy the games. '

. ".' ':'. \ continues in both the Liberty Point ers, Sue VonMach. the active list: Scouts) 0. A. Jones, chairman, Dr.

.' .and Bare Beach sections. Piano solo, "Playing the Harp", U. S. Engineer Sub-Office, B. A. Bourne, M. E. VonMach andE. NEW ARRIVALMr.

Peggy Lawler. (Signed) R. Selee. B. Butler. .

NOTICE Piano duet, "Dance of the Wooden 'j Entertainment: E. B. Butler, and Mrs. Avery Johnson an- !

-- Shoes" Anne Pafford,. Marianne --- -- -- chairman, W. C. Owen, S. A. Graves nounce the arrival of a baby son at

/' The December meeting of the La- Jones. Julia Ann Oglesby, Margaret Von and G. E. Smith. the Clewiston hospital, Tuesday

dies Aid Society will be held with Piano solo, "A Wandering; Min Mach, Barbara Smith, Dicky Owen, Civic Affairs: F. D. Duff, chair morning. The youngster weighed 7-

C" Mrs C. L. Downs at the Inn at 3:00on strel" from the "Mikado", Ethel Runnelle McGehee. man, J. A. McGehee and C. V. Park- 1-2 pounds and has been named

next Thursday afternoon, December 'I Willis. Piano solo, Marianne Jones, as- inson. Morris Avery. Mother and son are

5, 1 Scenes from the life of Beethoven, I.stated; by Rythm Band Service officer, 'J. E Beardsley. ,doing' nicely :



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. NOVEMBER 29, 1935


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BRISBANE The Day Before ThanksgivingTHANKSGIVING Are Still Guide WORKED !





THIS WEEKA y'"". SSSZSSSffiSZZ!$ &iX ,eu. o wkeuaaay +'.:w .A gVINMWItMye ILDY eLYOdir Superstition Rules Many FOR ME

Cheerful Briton +,..,n.,.r... ,.,., .. .,yy +y rP} :;.;.,, .moc.,'q .;, wzr .. .. :no,'. nvxy"YC! Activities, Especially' i it

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That German Steel in England. t

We Go Up to 14 Miles J. '" ;
Old] superstitions,.remain and new

Danger to Their Souls t c ,. 4C X> wSe ,yl 'r t; y H .;r' s 'J.. P/ '; d) ones,, ,are ,added. When winners in Women should .f

Maj. L. B. Angas, British financier, '.'; bey "," (; ; /{S i t-fie) 81 Y! 4 r J.r f.ill'a.,,:C:.'w yt r.?. '/$<:v Y Jt GS. 'dr i g } J ;'the Irish Sweep were asked to, ay.to' take only s T (i
last 1 t < 3i: r '8 ,
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addressing the American Bankers' association s r a M! : }a'iV' :, y :
: ,; .loR ) what they attribute their
\ w K.>w: ;' : 44 e.' ):, ')y iA t W;yh'n>bh; )yvJ AiA, T y tzo good liquidlaxatives a ;
says; : luck, a Heavy percentage replied that

,. : ,: :t "Confidence has returned they had a "lucky number" to thank. ':

} \4. to the Unit (The number 13 was considered both

: .. ? ed States, fear has lucky and unlucky.)

declined, monetary N Others attributed their good for- I
qYe ;
r
will In 1
velocity tune to'spiders, "money'spIders"' par- MORE people could feel fine, be
:crease. There will >{"} xt rt Mcul.'irly,. and one, individual! believed and regular, if they would i
y be an Immediate ; only follow the rule of doctors and
:' he tt 011' because he had carried a
boom-'first, In con 's hospitals in relieving constipation.
piece of coal about with him since
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sumer goods ;, sec-' Never take any laxative that is
the dawn
.of 1033. the
One
ond, in plant and gave harsh in action. Or one, the;dose of .
machinery third[ credit ton fall of oak: leaves upon which can't be exactly measured. !
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in housing Indus- him, and another wrote: "Last year Doctors know the'danger if this ruleis

r I .tries." \ p'' r j ICss4. f''+1ytiL ;, X Y4' A9R'' was,the first time that swallows builton violated. They use liquid laxatives,
my property and my wife[ said and keep reducing the dose until the '
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vv b'"vd ,
The British major 1'/.V y t
R" J Immediately, .'Oh, don't disturb ,them, bowels need no help at all.
-m ay all he swallows bring, good luck.: Reduced dosage is the secret of
says b e verified aiding Nature in restoring regularity.
,, % .In England superstition is not con-
Arthur nrls n and mUltiplied by You must use a little less laxative
fined to the countryside ; it Is'to be each time, and that's why itshould
ten-says truly there is amount of
any
money 4n America, but it "revolves"too r T.k wN.gvwr.,,; .., .. .;ttwH; + ,.e,.... .. v suer.' .. :. r i.j,. .:r.tiM?.' ..... !MUn ypW.;",Y found even ,in the center of business ''be a liquid like Syrup Pepsin. ,
London. No member of the Roths Ask your druggist for a bottle of
slowly. It will, soon speed up and '
child family, for instance, will shake Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and if
"revolve," or ,change hands thirty-five churning the cottage cheese, collectingthe hands with a customer in his own I it doesn't give you absolute relief, if i

times a, year., n6f eggs, etc., etc. bank or place of business. The it isn't a joy and comfort in the way I
If accuracy e r n it overcomes biliousness due to
Lloyds would Insure-the Then came the day-the house must consider con
Rothschilds it unlucky to
of the major'-prediction, a good many be splc and span. Dozens of pictures do so. stipation, your money back. ti:

would buy policies. a s9 lg must be dusted, the parlor must be Again, London's Bush house has

opened up, wood brought In for the eight of its pillars ornamented and

The particularly offensive plan to us e extra stove, chestnuts gathered to put one 11'ain. The jdea, derived from Beware Coughs
buy in Germany steel to build the hearth
the
on fireplace -and on went
the ancient Greeks, is that God alon-3
Triborough bridge In New York willprobably ,- the great process of preparation.The from colds '
can nchieve'perfection and that man common t
not go through. It is ex- folks came, hugs and kisses went
therefore could not It.
attempt
plained by those concerned that they the rounds, the new baby was chucked
Practically every member of the That Hang On !
can buy 1.000,000 pounds of German f 14.11E r. under the chin and an immediate re London Stock exchange carries a .
steel piling[ for less than half the J treat to the kitchen by the feminine .
: ; mascot. One especially favored is a No matter how many medicines !
American price; as a further "reason"It members took place. By
one-thirty or
,n crooked coin, a sixpence for choice. you have tried for your cough,chest iI'
Is said "American firms submitted it two the feast took place-and then the cold or bronchial Irritation, you can
But
for the
9 crooked coin to 1J
Identical[ bids." 1 r1t dishes. Stacks upon stacks' of dishes, bring get relief now with Creomulsion. g
luck it must' have been given to you. Serious trouble may be brewing and
The government's blue eagle was pots and pans (usually the turkey ,
day How these pan You must not have: received it in you cannot afford to take a chance .
Invented to prevent price cutting; but went under the sink for scouring. the change.For with anything less than CreomuI- ;)
that Is not the question, nor is the difference 's and days of following day). sion, which goes right to the seat
worry for the colonial the last 70.years, a well-known the trouble to aid nature to I
in price or the fact that work Games, gossip, etc., occupied a brief of
I
is taken from American workers to housewife A festive holiday It was diamond merchant. asserts, the for- soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
called by proclamation, observes a tunes of his firm 'have been Influ- branes as the germ-laden, phlegm, -
give It to German workers the most /J
:is loosened and expelled. .
/ enced by a large and beautiful
writer In
the Boston Herald, but actu sap
Important fact. Buying steel in Germany Even if other remedies have
helping to finance the German ally it represented a day ,which i de- phire. This merchant Is K. D. Parikh failed, don't be discournged, your

steel Industry and lilt Hitler's program manded more preparation than most -Antwerp and Bombay, and the druggist Is authorized to guarantee .
any other in the ;year Our old New .( sapphire, which came from the Kashmir Creomulsion and to refund your -
with American dollars would I
,
li money if you are not satisfied with
England traditions required It-the mines, was bought by his grandfather F.
seem to Indorse Hitler's program of results from the very first bottle. 3
persecution. That [Is the Importantfact. Puritans did, so must we-was the com 40''ears ago. pet Creomulsion right now. (Adv,>
mon understanding of the day. Therein is named "Shani,"' which

; In days ,of yore grandmother would means "Luck.Bringer.." It Is keptIn I

start her Thanksgiving preparation a special safe, on 'New Year's day
Officers of the American air corps, jlS ,, !
weeks In advance. The pies must be Once It was sold and immediately
Capts. A. W. Stevens and Orvll Anderson
rose above the earth into ,,the made. Of course .she wouldn't serve misfortunes befell the firm. It was forConstipation !

stratosphere to a height greater than mince'pies. that hadn't 'rIpen d." They bought back, and all went well. 't Y4 ,

were made in quantity and put down "Shaniu-which originally cost $10
any human being had ever reached, 5
with the possible exception, of course, cellar where they frequently froze' to a 000, has gained so remarkable a rep- Sufferers

of )Elijah going up in his chariot of fire. solidity overcome only by a hot oven ; \ ; utation that $GOOQO() was offered for

,The American officers radioed : "We just before the feast.In it'not long ago. The offer was re I

are at 74,187 feet, trying for: 80,000 passing it nlight'be well to remind[ jected.-Philadelphia{ ? Inquirer. 1 1 ,r'NATURE'S .
you of the custom in one New England 1
feet. They did not go higher; but The Wonderful Feast Is Served to the
broke all records.SeventyfoQr family to have three pieces of pie for BEST ASSISTANT
breakfast on Thanksgiving morn. Happy Guests. .Week's Supply of Postum Free

thousand one hundred Mince, apple and squash were the three period until time for supper, when Read the offer made by the Postum

and eighty-seven feet is more than 14 dictated by tradition. again the kitchen staff swung into action Company In,another part of ,this pa-

miles, 2,000 feet higher than the..unoffi Well in advance of the traditional and made turkey sandwiches, per. They will send a full week's supply CuticUlta(ares .
cial Russian record of 72,200 feet.A .
lay one would see grandmother take poured the cider and"cut up the pies.. of health giving Postum free to

,11I'nthe| seasoning used but a few As the lights were blown out It was anyone who writes for it.Adv.Coincidence 7or J!
movie news reel photographer'in
usual to hear the women folks say, n
Ethiopia, Edward Genock, was assaulted "Didn't we have a good time, but isn't
when he tried to make [ The medicinal and
moving pic soothing
Thanksgiving{ a tiresome day !I"
tures'of warriors 4 ril G I William J. Crittenden Pitts I
at Uarar. The Ethiopians r This was ,the Thanksgiving of yore properties of the Soap not .
beat the [ burgh, Pa., former vice consul to -
t :: camera man, explain contrasted to the modern Thanksgiving only thoroughly cleanse. the
afterward '"We shall Mexico, visited his brother, T. T
ing lose our soulsif
skin but most beneficial
of a restful morning, a motor ride( are f
we photographed.." ..That"wllI -- Crittenden, Jr., at Kansas City. The
through the country or a ride "in ful to it. If you are .
where the beliefIs Item was reported in the "Forty trouble I
surprise Hollywood,
town," sumptuous dinner prepared by with itching of pun- If
the other way'arou'nd.. Once, It was Years Ago" column of. a local news '
chefs, who have vied with grandmotherand pies or other skin eruption the !
It was just coincidence. He
generally believed, even by real Christians her recipes until even she is forcedto paper. n
; that If you made 'a wax miniature also had visited his brother on the OintmenttviIlgtiicklyrelieve. !:
admit that she has been surpasseda ,
figure of a man and stuck pIns. same date in ,1895.: Soap 25c. Ointment 25c and SOc. (
delightful matinee ,,at the theater
In it at Intervals would kill the -
you
s and an evening in the game cellar at e
original. Man is a superstitious biped. home. What a'contrast-and what a

pity that grandmothers of old couldn'tbe How Calotabs Help 1 NatureTo

Not long ago, when foreign coon ya ) here now to reap the benefits of the

tries were' StarvIng, America sent over advance. of New England family traditions
//6 Irj 'I Throw Off Bad Cold
American corn and the foreign coun- :! a 1)Millions

tries would not eat It. Even Russia \.
refused. Thanksgiving Preparations Started have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the J1I' ,
most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination JJ.l!
Now, thanks to various devices for Long in Advance. colds; They take one or two tab of cold poisons from the system. Thus
persuading our farmers to produce as times a year, the crackers would be THETHANKSGIVING lets the first night and repeat the I Calotabs serve the double purpose of ,

little as possible, the United States ground up and gradually the stuflin third. or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of 1
Imports more than 20.000,000 bushelsof for the turkey was prepared-this also PIE How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatmentof i
I throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is colds. -
'corn In one year went down cellar'to ripen. We mustn't .. of the. most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical i
----------------------------------- one ;
Shortage of corn means shortage of forget the plum pudding which was of all intestinal eliminants. only twenty-five cents for the family

food for hogs, and' that meant expensive made well in advance and hung In a M1w"Y thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial (
the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.) P
"hog meat," pork'chops and bacon bag up In the attic suspended from a laU

-' nail so Interested mice could not Approach a .

At Maryland's Pimlico race track a r Money and Time of mortals are those who] have t

horse named Axican, winning the Then came the days before Thanks ., Money and time are the heaviest I more than they know how to use.-

I. 51,000 relay steeplechase, paid $340.40for giving. Sons were drafted to collect M:' s h. : burdens of life( and the unhappiest Doctor Johnson. .j''

a. $2 betting ticket, 170 times the and crack the butternuts, walnuts, ,
b
amount paid., That news will cause beechnuts, etc. (and more than one finger t; i'z 1"

many'unfortunate' geese to lose sev- was smashed In the process). I O 0 f
eral times $340. Nobody ever won at Daughters were drafted to peel squash, s. 'A. (r;

race track gambling In the long run. ,turnips, carrots, potatoes, sweet and J { r r

' Tf that were possible, who would support white, and>f course. the proverbial tear- '
How do I feel.
I bookmakers and tracks? producing onions. .. : r

i fine turkey must be caught, killed, t

I Speaking In Arlington national cemetery plucked, singed and hung' up for a day Swell! 'why' do you ask?

the President warned the country before he was brought to the kitchen. r; ?v .:
I a' TT Is all too That tired ;
so simple, ,
Grandmother must make ti : r
that there is danger of her famousnut :}
war, urging '
; .. .. Al run-down, exhausted feeling: quite .,.
1 defense bread for William "he does like it e"'li. y""' t'a'
"adequate land (
on on sea, and .
: often is due to lack of a sufficiency of ... ,_
!In air." I so when he comes home"). "Sadie[ you 'w'' .x: '" those precious red-blood-cells. Just build "'-
I {
He knows, as does everybody; that wake the fudge-Alice, you make the ,,. > ,.r:,, raQ t w ') up these oxygen-carrying cells and the \.

i; defense, first. in the air, and second molasses candy-Sue, you makeand a whole.body takes ,on new life... food is ..
1 under the water, Is most Important so it goes. )Everyone hustles, all wanting y. ""' <' ::' really turned into energy and strength '

>- the same dishes, the same stove a ;;V .?you can't help but feel and look,,bet

President Roosevelt announced the cover, the mixln spoon, etc. : C.'.r* ter. S.S.S. Tonic restores deficient red- .

early "consummation of a commercial '. "Johnnie. Oh Johnnie! Go down to I :i..:,f :, ,,. Insist on S.S.S. Tonic ia 1 biood-cells. also improves the appetite :
r the blood-red cellophane ., and digestion. It has been the nation's "
agreement between Canada and the the village and get me some more
wrapped Dacknge.The big standby for over 100 year! ..and
United States, referring to "our two cl'ackers-Jlory met! I've run out of 20-oz. size is sufficient for unless your case is exceptional it should

peoples, each !r.lependent !& them seasoning"-and the errands start. it's two moro weeks'economical treatment... help you, too ss.sCo.

selves, closely knit by ties of blood These were typical New England daysof Late Thanksgiving ,. -- ... _, ___
\ and common heritage, with standards preparation for the Thanksgivingfeast Thanksgiving came on the last day ..' I I

:3f life substantially the same." all of which must be executed In of the month in 1893. Since then, it SSJ. Q M 1r lifi tli/i: IJr.lf'd"rlal
... .. J'I/ YJ I ; .. ,. ..
O KInc Features WNU ServJe Syndicate. ., Inc. addition to the regular chores of making came on the last day In 1S9U, 1003,1911::>> -- '

butter for market twice a week, and 19_?.

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By REV. P. B. FITZW ATER. D. D.. IJJP
Member Institute of Faculty.of Chicago.Moody Bible : New 1O/ Can! !
Western :Newspaper: Union. :
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SAYS,MRS W.,,W. HICKEY, OF CHICAGO .ILL I
Lesson for December 1. "


EZRA'S MISSION TO JERUSALEM "THERE'S a lot of good< .

, Whaf SHE TOLD I taking in'that lOc can of i, r, ( {; I j lf r,
LESSON TEXT-Ezra' .7:6-10. ; .8:21-23 Calumet," observes Mrs. s f >
WORN-OUT HUSBAND 31, 32. Hickey. "It's 'worth more .
GOLDEN TEXT-The hand of our God than a dime any day I # '
She coald have reproached him for Is upon all them for good that seek
"Or'CO
bis fits of temper his"all in"com him. Ezra 8:22.PRIMARY 1'sewith my, big
plaints. But wisely she saw in his TOPIC-Bringing Gifts'for family I get the full-pound r'r, } :r;, ;, t s,, '
frequent colds, his "fagged out" God's House. can and it's'only 25c now.
S 55 "on edge" condition the very JUNIOR Jour- I bake Calumet
trouble she herself had whipped. TOPIC-Ezra's Long As long as ,
Constipation! The ney.INTERMEDIATE'. will be in my pantry!1" r<.:.
very morning after AND SENIOR Grandfather Rommel t..%
taking NR (Na TOPIC-How God.:'Helps..
ture's Remedy), YOUNG PEOPLE > AND ADULT? who 'was a baker for 40
t as she advised, he TOPIC-Purposeful'Prayer, and Coura- years,says;"Calumet takes ; ,. iy'S., f< 'tf
felt like himself r "f
geous Action. the guesswork out of the
again keenly
"
5 alert, peppy,cheerful. NR-the( /5 job nowadays.
safe,dependable all-vegetable" I. Who Ezra Was ((7:1-10)). )
"
laxative and corrective -,
worfcsEentlythoroughlyrnat-/ 1. A priest (v\. 1-5). He was from '
LOOK AT THE NEW CALUMET CAN! "v <
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tirally.ltstiimilatestheelim- 1 the line which was to stand between
inative tract to complete,, % A simple twist *. and theEasy-Opening
regular function- God and the people. The leader of the
Top lifts off. ffo delay, no spilling, no
ing. Non-habit- s first company was, Zerubbabel l, a sort broken fingernails }3y ;?: y M a
S
forming. Try a flj if ffl R 1
box tonight 25cat of military governor. The great need -i y vAAlk7 1i .yVq' ..:r5f %ir4'T

druggists now was for a religious leader,' for the T-: ,}; ?;a sWS&T makes Calumet so dependable? Why it it different "
FREES' tlful;Color 1935-1936CalendarTheur-l people had gone far from God as we % .yc 4 ; :.:,44; ry'i'ce: L::i j from other baking powders? Cahunfet combines two distinct
:y< ".,' % "'s leavening actions.A quick action for the mixing bowl-setfree rrrA
mometer with the purchase of a 25c box of NR or a see from the noble reformation which ,
lOc roll of Tums (for Acid Indirection,> by liquid.A slower action for theypyen-set free by heat.This f{:
Ezra effected.
''i:".. Double-Action produces perfect leavening 4jf -
2. A ready scribe (v. 6). He was a {' ;}: + yl':: xnv rw, nrmur.agp .! .
teacher of the law of God. :: >

3. His high ambition (vv. 7-10). .:.! ,

FOOT SORES SO"' a. He set his heart to seek the law

\\G of the Lord (v. 10). He' set 'out definitely -
litr. with the purpose to know 'All Calumet prices are

God's Word. No one who purposesin
SORES his heart to seek the law of the !t14iJwdLiI lower! Calumet is now selling at the

Lord fall.b. .
can lowest prices in its history The regular
:" He set his heart' to obey the

8w *<>** IJO/q t- S'" Lord (v. 10). He was not only con price of the Full-Pound Can is now
'cerned with God's Word but
knowing 4 !:i 25c And ask to the lOc
: only see
For the treatment of sores' on feet, obeying it. God's Word cannot be new can

Porter's legs or any Antiseptic other part Healing of the Oil body will Dr.be known in its fullness by the Intel- ryN'a< lot of good baking for a dime-with

round unusually effective. This oil perfected -' lect; it must be experienced- essential -
"! the Louisville by a distinguished and Nashville surgeon Railroad of, qualification a teacher of Calumet, the Double-Acting Baking

I, has a twofold action. First, It combats the Bible, a preacher Sunday school > > a Powder. A product of General Foods.
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rN: N ;
Infection. Second, it aids healing. ThisIs
worker, Is obedience to God's1 Word.c. .
usually the treatment you'want for
a sore. He set his heart to teach In .
Besides sores. Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Israel God's' statutes and judgments Y tl4hsMC4:::: :'A:4.LNWu M'.LAV LV nS
Healing Oil Is"good for the treatmentof I
boils and skin rashes Itch etc. Hun- (v. 10). He not only had a' love for .
, dreds who have tried everything else God's Word but a desire to implant It j
I. for sores and broken out and Itching : I IIiA
skin, say nothing has given them the In the hearts of others. "9
relief that Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Heal- II. Ezra's Commission (7:11-26)' fiDqn I
ing Oil has. Try this wonderful treat- GE9@
s ment for sores on any part of the bodyor Ezra went forth backed by the decree IF '.' ... {b I: l \ J
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beneficial for boils It Is.or skin Itch and see how from King[ Artaxerxes. !The king : :: : : ) : :
"
I Dr., Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil gave him a copy of the decree which i
I Is made by the makers of Grove's Lax- authorized him to lead a '
;: ative Bromo Quinine and Is sold by all company I
druggists at 30c and 60c with guaran- back to Jerusalem. This decree em- I
tee of satisfaction or money back. powered him to Ii

1. Collect funds (vv.: 151C) ; !,. WHAT RIGHT HAS LISTEN, you/ COOK At wA.r TlE( TcKEA:,. i

2.3. Levy Appoint tribute magistrates(vv. 21, and 22),;.Judges.. GEE, OAO..COME NE:1b ENJOY LIFE'' YOUR COAL LOOK i AT SPOIL NI5 FVN

(v. 5' OUT AND SNOOt' WHEN /011 FEEL SO yovt2 SHOES! GETWoHOUSE..ANO / : ., WNy NOr GIVE NIMi1 }

4. Execute penalties (v. 20). IT'S SWELL( FUti, ': MISERABLE ? [ '- E STAY A GOOD LACING?
My Ideal Remedy for | ,So great was the king's confidence In
PAIN { Ezra that he delegated all these powersto THERE//

him. Forthis 'great 'favor Ezra'

'tJ "Though I have tried all good % lifted his heart to God in thanks I
remedies Capadine suits me best r
> {
i because it is unusually quick giving (vv. 27, 2S). He was maInly' i ti < u r.,
and gentle." For headache y& concerned with the fact that he was I
neuralgic, 'or muscle aches ,
use either Capudine Liquid or to beautify the Lord's house and ac 1
Capudine Brand Tablets. f 4k;. knowledged that God had put his purpose L6tbII'lL 1I

Into the king's heart.III. I

The Company Which Returned !

r With Ezra (Ezra 8:1-_0)). / ,

This company was comparatively

small, only 1,754 males, but includingthe I

"' women, children and servants, there 5)nry II.
face'1JrokenOu!? were perhaps 6,000 or 7,000 people. I.

,Start today to relieve the soreness. Before proceeding on the Journey Ezra: I.I
aid healing-and improve your skin, was careful to find out as to whether'any I

with the safe medication in of the Levltes, the ministers of I
God, were with them (v. 15)), He

; knew that the success of their enter- ,

I prise depended upon the spiritual condition JIMtyOU'RE MAKING I JUST WISH% ffLLHERSHE'S I BETAN 1tt IIJG yODUE 1't.l JVST NoT WRONG!

"" of tile'people.. Temporal bless LIFE MISERABLE > YOU HAD MSHEADACHES :} LUCKYFORIALLOFUS' 601 COFFEE-NE (ES! 11 TAKE SOU SyE KNOWS

.. WNU-7 4735QuickComplete: ings and prosperity of the individualand YOU DON'T'wrti PERHAPS oO'RE Ot1E OF UP ON TtAT QOSTUMTaoSE
the nation depend upon the peo
ple's attitude toward God. } AND'NO1GE io'J! START ACfiMG WNo SNouLo1J'r Yo SNOW AIwAYS"
YOUR CROSS
IV. Ezra's Prayer and Fasting YOU.D BE {;. AS MEAN AS DRINK COFFEE WNy :tI' IOU NONDRIVES MEDON' II I I II IJ II

((8:21-23). 5 5 5 IRRfABLE WAYS IRRITABLETOO.1ITISTUM.ISM'TIT! you FEEL) U C{ ANGE TO :. WRONG y0U Our! I

Pleasant The first thing that, he did was to .5' POSTVM ? 7'iRE Iw
peek God's guidance. The reason Ezra

sought: the Lord's help' was that as far

&> ELDMBNATBON as possible he desired his mission to S ; ___ r ; Ivco. I-

he free from human dependence. He V r I_
lid not minimize the dangers attending -
Let's be frank. There's only one way for
his Journey, but since he had assured -
your body to rid itself of the waste matters ,
that cause acidity, gas, headaches, the king that the hand of the a V
bloated feelings and a dozen other dis Lord ,would be upon all for good who I

comforts-your intestines must function. :Ought him, he was ashamed to ask : :H?"; I

To make them, move quickly, pleas. the king for a military escort to pro- I
anfly, completely, without griping. ect them from the marauding Arabs. J
Thousands of physicians recommend
Ills desire was to prove the reality of
Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend I
Milnesia wafers as"an efficient remedy Uod's help, as God's honor among the i iAL's
for mouth acidity). heathen was at srake. "%AIHY was coffee'badforyou.Dad
1i
These mint flavored candy-like wafers V. The Successful Journey (8:24-32). y tit' ?
are pure milk of magnesia. Each waferis God heard their prayer: The treasure i *" .J thought it wa
approximately equal to a full adult entrusted to them was great. Per- bad just for u" kids!" I
dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed ?
haps the entire value of money and "Oh, no! Many

thoroughly tions on the in bottle accordance or tin,then with swallowed the direc-, sacred utensils was nearly five million EDAD..lT'SJ4 YOUR OLD DAD HAS, j grown-ups, too, find' I

they correct acidity, bad breath, flatu- dollars. For a small caravan to go'through' SWELL TO 60 BEEN A MEIV MANJSIMC6" that the caffein in coffee -
lence, at their source and at tho same 1 a country Infested by these upsets their nerves,
time enable quick, complete, pleas- robber bands carrying such an amountof NUNtiNG WITH NE CLANGED causes indigestion or keeps them awake nights!

ant elimination. money was most perilous, but Ezra you :! To pOSUMG / I Ir .'
Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 knew that God was able and would If you are bothered by headaches, or,indigestion,
and 48 wafers, at 3Sc and 60c respectively ''protect: them. Observe .otcan'tsl soundly try Postum for 30 days.It .

12 at ,20c.or in Each convenient wafer is tins approximately containing 1. The care and honesty (vv. 24-30).. contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat

: an adult dose of milk of magnesia. All The money was weighed ,u11to ,them at and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It's
good drug stores carry them. Start using the start and was to be weighed when easy to make. costs less than half a cent a cup.

'JP? these delicious, effective wafers today. turned over to the authorities at Jeru It's delicious, too and may prove a real help.A .
Professional samples sent free to reg.' salem. The Incentive to honest and product of General Foods. I
i istered physicians or dentists if request strict accounting of the trust was that
, is made on professional letter head. and entrusted FREE, 'Let us seed you your first week' supplyof
I they were holy men were -
SELECT PRODUCTS, Incorporated with that which belonged to God. r l S Postum free! Simply mail coupon
: 4402 23rd St., Long Island City N. Y. ,5,5r
2, Their safe arrival (vv. 31, 32). GENERAL FOODS.Battle Creek, Mich. w. N. u. HOB'
Please send roe,.without coat or obligation,a week's supply of
I". Some four and one-half months were 1 Postum.
r required to make the Journey. God .5. I f'rr Name '
brought them safely to their destlna 16-S Stroet-
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tlon, thus proving that he Is faithfulI { City State
Fill in completely-print name and address.
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,'AGE FGJH THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 193.1-: u I

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News FLORIDA. The state's glory and I the steam pressure not only raises Of the U. S. general headquarters airs'

The Clewiston grandeur Is the composite of all her the hammer at the end of each I force on a recent inspection trip of

individual attractions: Her miles of stroke as in single action, when the I airports In the lower East Coast j i Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH'

--- ,beautiful bearing groves, her lakes hammer falls of Its own weight, but area, declared the Vero Beach airport -\

ublished every Friday ClewistonFlorida and forests, acres or truck crops, also pushes the hammer down with I offered satisfactory facilities i! \ '!

by the CLEWISTON NEWS, her gulf and ocean and even the I great force on the steel-collared end for handling the extensive maneuvers. i ii 1 i

Inc. mysterious everglades. of the pile, so that you ,have not Lake Harbor, Fla. :

This season we have united our only the weight of the hammer but The maneuvers are expected to,fat-

efforts' In an All-Florida advertising the pressure of steam: in each blow. tract thousands of winter visitors

Bowden, Editor campaign and In pictures and story The 9 weighs 7,000 pounds and and ,Florida residents to this city I
Keathley strikes i45'blows a minute with a during the' period of the
will attempt to tell the ,world about war games.
17 inch stroke; the 10 weighs 10- '"v '
our state. At Rockerfeller Center in .
850 pounds and strikes 105 blows a L. ,B. Mershon .1
New York, the Florida National Exhibits UNIQUE SERVICES TOBE
Entered as second class mail matter will reach countless; [thousands minute'' on a 19 Inch stroke, and how HELD AT ,CHURCH :
1927 at the Post would you like to have either of
February 1, more. At home our midwinterfairs AGENT I

Office in, Clewiston,' Florida, under and festivals will present impressive them work on the top of' your head Sunday evening at the Community -
for a while? A few test piles have ,
the Act of March 3, 1897. evidence of our state's unlimited Church an unique service will I
been driven and a cluster of bearing New York Life :
resources. be held, when Dr. Williams will tell '
piles, which went In at the rate of ,
1936 promises to be the greatest the story of some of the old hymns,
hour believe It not. Don'tfall
14 an or i iI
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. tourist year in our history. Let's their) authors, the tunes, and after a Insurance Company
to get' out to watch this pile
Advertising rates on application. make the most of it. Greet the brief statement about each song the
driving operation.,
tourists with a grin; be courteous to choir and congregation will sing the
After a talk with the Mr. Davis ARCADIA FLORIDA
the visitor; answer their foolish hymn? I ;
Devoted to the advancement and! questions; give them helpful intelligent who Is Standard Dredging representative -

welfare of Clewiston. and Hendry advice.. Above all, boost your here, I find that there 'i's little
to add to last week's informa-
County. state as a whole and urge them to

visit points of interest in every part tion about that contract just now. .

of the state.' The names of the dredges were cor- !

And the next stop is Christmas.. rectly given; the Davis and the
Any attempt to belittle or knock 1 I
Diesel, both 20 inch, will be at work
another section of Florida is a reflection -
very soon-in fact, they may be
The turkey is ended but the hash on the whole state, so remember i' ,
I digging when this is published; the
lingereth for days. that the ,word FLORIDA ClEWISrON fiOLF Iy I.ii'I'

is.o'. .....fI'....and. takes in a lot of territory, every- I Tampa Clearing comes is going In about forward January rapidly 1st., I

Another sugar season thing from Pensacola to Key West.
:and two Northwests will be used to
Clewiston merchants are wearing Florida needs more people and -
throw up retaining dikes where ne
broad smiles again. more money for development and 'I I '
cessary. The contract calls for about COURSE i
the folks who come here as tourists : .
800 men when in full swing and ,
,
Chattahoocheeare and winter visitors are potential
Even the books at !
that calls for comment, but I'll let :
find and the home-seekers and investors. 'i' '
crazy, the auditors somebody else do the talking. Pop'salways :, .
book-keepers no doubt will blame it Make a fuss over 'em, help 'em to about :!: :;:
after "car-
getting me ..
enjoy every minute of their stay, : ...-rr'; ?..
on .. .:..
association rying the torch" for something thatis : .
treat 'em BO nice they'll just naturally .:. .:,.
after all,, none of my business. f
that donkey hate to leave' and won't be happy
Art Lawrence says
When Standard gets really under :: ::
,and lots until they get back.
diamond ball may be alright I I
way I'll tell you how to reach the
of fun for the spectators but it don't Let each individual Floridian do scenes of activity. ::: : :r
easier when : his part and All Florida will pro- I .
make the landing any MacKenzie has one section some- :: :'i:

one of the 'brutes tosses you over gress tions. beyond Make the our winter fondest visitor expecta-like thing over 1,300 feet long completed blue I Public I
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its head. 4ZI i
Florida a LOT 'and next year he'll and it's a beautiful job of dig- 1 Oil Wq
ging and grading. I ,hear they took
And about the time the kids come down and build a HOUSE on
out 100,000 cubic yards of dirt in
thought they were going to get an it. .:' +
11 days, which is going some. That -
extended vacation along comes Governor -
Monighan always, reminds me of
Dave and ,announces that
some prehistoric monster-the same

money will be available for the Caloosahatchee tremendous, ruthless, ponderous and ,!: .A' ': ::

schools in greater abundance than irr'esistable power, and ,when it .':. ..,"".,.l'. ,''f : '..'

last :year. Tough luck, kids. "hops" it leaves a flattened spoor y y
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CacographyWy Y
with big claw marks along' the side Y y
Just received a copy of the Tour- '.-
like the trail of a gigantic turtle.
i
ist Edition of the Fort Myers News- ,Marjorie. B. Wallace I Son Bill is home for the holiday ::: I Moderate Green Fees ::

Press. It's a bang-up good paper and is singing some crazy song call- :I: ::
and stories -- .:
with thirty pages of news ed "My very good friend the milk- Exceptional Fairways

and pictures to make the northern Thanksgiving Day. And I have man." Well I'm thankful for him, :: ::
tourist realize that he should plenty to be grateful for. But I believe too. i Interesting Greens
..
go to Fort Myers. And, of course, I am most grateful for my
friends; for the fact, perpetually \
they hav the picture of the iguana : ..
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A. C. L. Faces
prominently displayed. surprising to me, that wherever I LitigationSuit

go people are so pleasant, so apparently II"H" II
glad to see me, so helpful In Goodno WreckAs :.':":":":"": : :": :":":":" :":":: ": :":':":':":": :"H": : :": :":":":":'

ausamann aDaamA.D.B n m p: and so amusing. From the deep and
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abiding friendship of to
my family
an aftermath of the fatal automobile -
Too Late To ClassifyBy the most casually friendly acquaintance accident at Goodno station at
,- I am thankful for this most
the intersection of the Fort Myers-

< tRyssell Kay.flgHBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl rewarding relationships.Lots least demanding. of human Palm Beach highway and the At- r

lantic Coast Line railroad, September -
at Ortona Lum-
doing
now. 29, the railroad is made defend-
ber for forms being unloaded'at the
ant in a damage suit for $100,000.
Last summer when I was playiu'the side of the: spur, with Bob House- I
Mr. and Mrs. Poff, of Belle Glade,
role of a tourist and motoringall holder as ,general carpenter fore-
have entered suit against the rail-
over California, one thing that i man. The excavation for the main
road for the above amount.
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impressed me was the way those structure practically finished. By- ,r -,
Mr. and Mis. Poff and little
folks out west pull together to sell pass channel completed and the Ma- ( '
daughter, Regina, Mr. and Mrs\
(heir state and keep it sold. rion digging discharge channel, A 4 d, S
Ralph Hampton and three children, 41 fa4
e, There was rivalry between sec- which you may call lower approach all of Belle Glade, were occupants M1 A

tions and between cities, plenty of channel;..if you're feeling technical of the car that struck the freight

it. You could start an argument any It all depends upon which' way you train standing at, the Goodno sta- 'CT c t '

time by tryin' to tell a guy from happen, to lie> going. Two ,Northwests tion. They were traveling west from

Los Angeles that San Francisco wasa down in the upper' gate sector hole, Belle Glade to escape the hurricanethat 1 f 1' K L y C $ i

better town. BUT just you start rigged for pile driving, and Charlie seemed impending at that '

m'akin; smart cracks about the State Hartline who ,knows as much about LaEelle News. ,
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place. 1 oT-
'of California and watch those boys forcing trees into the ground as : I

team up against you. anyone I ever met, in charge for DAWNVTCvDUSK PLIGHT ,FROM .

Californians are proud of their Spadaro of the pile drving opera- CALIFORNIA TO FLORIDA DEC. 1 q a

state and they want you to see it ,all. tions.In. ...a.--
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Folks in southern California were this upper excavation you will Vero Beach, Nov. ,27 (FNS-

I just as enthusiastic about the Yosemite ee: the outline of the structure;\ now Army air maneuvers in the Vera

t, Lake Tahoe or the Big 'Trees in gauge-piles and waling-oh, all Beach .area are scheduled to get under

as they were about the attractions right, girls; the gauge-piles are way on December' 1, when 30 r A 4

in their own particular section, those sticky-lip poles that hold the bombardment planes will attempt a
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while people in the northern part of wales, and the wales are those horizontal dawn-to-dusk flight from March

the state will tell you to be sure and timbers: two rows of them. Field, Riverside and Hampton Field, COSTS ONLY FREES YOU i

:' visit Catalina or' the San Diego Fair. This whole business guides the steel San Francisco, to Vero Beach.

:,; Right now highways are ,crowded ;heet piling as it, is driven. It's a The army air maneuvers in the A FEW CENTS ': FROM COSTLYA

:,:' with motor cars carrying folks to pattern. The entire structure is out- East Coast section from; Vero Beachto DAY TO RUN A REPAIRS

Florida who never have been ,here ''ined with steet"sheet piling driven Miami will bring approximately

before. Let's In the h and left sticking 100' and more than 400' K'
.,. pull together in an ef- Jeep ear army planes SILENT. AND \ 1
fort to sell them our state as a out above ground level about 18 officers and enlisted men to the Ve- .
, 5-GALLON TANK
whole. Inches or 2 feet, and the founda- ro Beach Municipal airport for a STAYS SILENT A

': Tell them _to visit Silver Springs tion or bearing piles, which are period of 11, or 12 days. ,.< .w, HOLDS MORE

.' .' aid the Singing Tower; urge them simply 30 ,foot' tree-trunks, are .driven Day and night maneuvers will be GIVES FOOD FULL =v '
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.;, to travel the glorious Gulf Coast thick as fleas' Inside this boxingof conducted here under the supervision THAN ENOUGH

Highway and stop for a peek 'at Wa- steel. The wood piles stick up of General H. H., Arnold, A. C., PROTECTION FOR A WEEK .

", kulla Springs. ,And you folks in Pen- too, and are cut off evenly when of .March Field, Riverside,. California. ,

sacola and Marianna and other West they're all in to :the proper depth The local contingent of army \ C

{ Florida points can. help by saying Then the tops of the wood piles and planes will consist of the 30 bom-

; a good word for the 'wonderful lower the top edge of the steel box arc al bardment planes from Californiaand

.." east coast Palm Beach, Miami, incorporated Into;;the first layer of some 70 or 75 miscellaneoustype .

?; ", and the interesting points between. concrete. See? It' makes a mighty ships from' Langley. Field, Vir \

V" During the winter we will stages solid foundation, ''reaching nearly 30 ginia.

1 many attractions, all of them designed feet under ground and held immov- The first contingent of the ground j

::: to impress visitors with the able ,above ground by the concrete crew is expected to arrive in Vero -...

V, charm and resources of the state; footing. Beach on 'November 28, for the purpose \: \
PYROF\AX\
' t: urge our winter visitors to take in Now a brief class in steam hammers of erecting a mammoth tent

:\ '.: these events;; the Florida Orange (first one Invented about camp adjoining the airport. The City

i r'" ; Festival at Winter Haven, Florida 1850), because Spadaro has every of Vero Beach has completed all ar- GAS, SERVICE FOR GASL HOMES "

;:: ,Fair at Tampa, Festival of States, right to crow over the two he is rangements' for furnishing suitable \ASS tf"

;.. Petersburg; Sun Dance at West using. I said they are beauties, and grounds for the camp, electricityand \

JF; Palm Beach; Strawberry Festivalsat : they are-the finest made and the water. '

Plant, City and Bowling Green; I most powerful used on any job here; An elaborate program of enter- I

and the Central Florida Exposition II abouts. They're' McKiernanTerrymake tainment is being mapped out in Franklin] Hardw'e' COo

at Orlando and many other Interesting and that is the same as Ster- honor of the visiting army men. ,
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features. I ling on silver. The smaller is called I Banquets, dances. ball games, box- ;
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: Florida is indeed a wonderful' the 9-B-3; and ,the big baby the 10-' ing bouts ,and a 'varied assortmentof

state and one we should all be proud B-3: They are double action .hammers other features are planned Fort Myers .1\I Florida

1 qf, but no o. section Igmg is; and that means, simply,. Via---' I Qol. Hugh J, Krr chief of, staff I

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:' : XOVEJD3ER 29, 1933: ,THE CLEWISTON. NEWS PAGE FIVE"Caterpillar"
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Ir! Manufactures 10 000th Diesel affadavit for constructive' service for One hundred twenty-four parcels or ers Company, a corporation, First Nat-
tracts of land In Glades and Hcndry, .
an order requiring unknown defendants ; ional-Bank of Cincinnati,-Ohfo. as executor -
counties Florida, ,
and 'two specifically described of the estate of Jane D Garvey,
known defendantsto 'In the ,
petition
required for Right of: '' deceased( George Stugard. as Trustee
appear, Way for loosahalchee River. Project, Mrs V/ S Garvey, W C Coolidge( Mrs M
MONA M. HARRIS and others named{ F Hill
and
IT IS ORDERED that ST. LOUIS !a the petition, Hill, her husband -
Shepard C Ba's. D K Drunback.
UNION TRUST COMPANY, a cor- Respondents. Mary H Voorhis and Dr VoorhU. her

: poration organized and existing un- NOTICE TO APPEAR husband; Guaranty Operating Com- y,
pang, a rorporatlon. Frank H W.ilker.
der the laws of the State of Missou-
Alice!: Oarvey.
C. ; rowers Loan in-l
THE PRESIDENT OF
THE
I ri, as Trustee, under Indenture of STATES TO: UNITED. Guaranty Company corporation, Gertrude -

: : Mortgage dated the 1st day of June, " 1922, between Empire Securities ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OHHAVIII"5 dine her h'.t;ba"ld. P'shard'OUvpr Phillips -
LTENS UPON THE PROPERTY Jr. ,and John ,Preston ''
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Phllllp-5, as
Corporation, a corporation, and St. HEHEIN AFTER, IN' THIS,, Trustees and Executors of the estate of '
Louis Union Trust Company, as NOTICE DESCRIBED r
.- Richard Oliver\ Phillips, deceased* Char-

y 7A '4 : t4M Trustee, recorded on the 13th day WHEREAS oa: the 8th day of Novem- lotte Loesch-'Phillips, Richard Oliver

of June, 1922, in Mortgage Book 1, ber, 1935, a petition 'was filed by the Phillips, Jr.. Individually, John Preston
United State3 of Amarlca.:: : In the Dis- Phillips' 'Individually, Benjamin B
Page 204, Public'Records of Glades '::-it: Court of the Unltec? States: for the' Odell. Jr.:. as surviving 'Executor anct

Crninf--, Florida, and recorded on Southern DI'tict'of Florldx for theA"iutellloii Trustee 'of 'the estate :of John Mat- .';t'

the 11th day of June, 1922, in Mort- I iy; condemnation anyrThat thews deceased, John Wendall Mat-
171 thews, Maude E Oastler and
tV.orj certain: tracts or' -- ;;
'aie Book 22, Page 307, Public Re- Tircolof: lard ',' "aye': = '1 Kfvlfy Oastler, her "husband,''A.nerlcan'Fruit

-.crrl9( of Lee County, Florida, and """'TJi: ?. Fl-'-r'lT. ascribed; ; In said po- Growers Inc., a corporation:: Gllmer :,f

D. ,J. ROULESTONE and all parties ti' on, required for the project _for Heitman Sr., J E Foxworthv an',? Flo-
I Caloosahatch.ee; River and Lake Okec-i Ida Heitman.
t iu vingor claiming an interest in the executors of the'c.tl.tc
chobee on of Harvey'E'Heltman, deceased, John M
following described real property in I by the War Departmentofthe United'' Dean Florida Heitman. individually::

riendry and 'Glades Counties Flor- States Go'eminent. In which petition Lorraine Heltman. ,'J''Stebb'P3' and
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:, tha following are named respondents: Edna P Stebblns. ,his-:wife, F:M,Hentfry.
: Ida, to-wit: Mona M. Harris, Harold B. !
Magill 1Iary'Hayes George. A Floss, Eleanor H D Psai-se and /
Davis, E. H Coachman, 'M S, Landon Pearse, her husband,:Dorothy '
?fi Sections 31 and 32, 'To,1VnshipI coachman Paul. B. Rankin, Trusteel, Eggleston;and' Ralph W Egglcston. '

I 42 South, Range 32 East; and J. L. Stroud doing business In the.rvmo her husband, Goober-Turkey Farms j
I and style of "Riverside LandCompany" Inc..,. a corporation', A H Read Evelina '
I Sections 1, 2, 3 and ,4; Fractional -. Mary Esther Appleton and M Zumstein and'' >- 'Zumsteln.
I ; : Vice Section 5 All of Appleton! her husband; her husband Helen Osborn Gary and
Sections
With President B. C. Heacock standing over the engine and ; Emma Cross end' J F. Cross, her hus-

I.: >,' President H. P. Mee in the driver's seat, the 10,000th "Caterpillar" Die- I 6, 7 'and 8 North and band; Laura O. Bucer, M: S Coachman C Jackman.; Leroy'Gary Lamareaux her husband, Edgar, H J
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: ; East of Ft. andCoachman, her husband -:
rolls the line Vice President T. J. Connor, Advertising Myers-Palm Dunn James Sweeney, J LCooper, W S
sel off assembly as : : I L McCabe, Grace Moase, Sallle'E >
Beach Cross-State 'Highway Cooper, W L Cooper ,R S Bass, Rossie ''
H. S. Eberhard and Foundry ; Jennings, Individually, and as execu-;
Manager G. M. Walker, Chief Engineer '
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I Sections' 9, 10 and 11; All except tor of the estate of Lawrence M Jen-' C Lee A Donald Bass, George THen-
.' M. J. look on.. dry, as admlnlstrator ofthe' estate 'of !<
: r.i"ger Gregory N 1-2 of N 1-2 of NW 1-4 nings, deceased;, Tampa Hardware Company -'
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Mary E
I Anders Willie J Hendry and ?
corporation: Lucille N Chapman,
,of Section 12; Section 36), E E Gooclno, Henry Fatic, 'J F' Newton George" Hendry; her husband, 'Katie '

One of the shortest, yet one of 1 1,000th Diesel model built I I Township 43 South, Range 32, C S Brewton and Ora L Brewton. his her McDermic husband and, Mrs. ''M"Walker'and McDermic
wife, W. St John Naftel L E Naftel Ida -
iu I 1 23 1933. East '
the most enthusiastic celebrations September 1 Walker,: her' husband.
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Cox. Melber H Cox D M Cox, Harvey '
the company's history was recently I| I I' Fractional Section 6 Section D Cox, Madge I Cothern and Frank ,John C. Anders J H ,Smithwlck Elwyn "'
N
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G A Sheffield, W M Wallace,
held by officials and workmen of 'No'ember I I 7; W 1-2 and SE 1-4 of Section Frank Cothern C, Shrlver her husband Ernest'; E P Shrlver.G Frierson The,, 'Wallace' Investment Company, a cor- S

Caterpillar Tractor Co., at Peoria, 10,000th Diesel model built November !i 13 ; Sections 18, 19, 24; 25, 30, B L Dulaney Corporation, a corpora- ,poration, George W Watson, Emma
of 13 1935. 31'-and 36 43 tion, Paul Dulaney as executor of the' Fraga and Fraga her husband -
Illinois, according to E. E. Kelly Township South, I
W V1
I estate of Benjamin L Dulaney, deceased; Knott, as .Treasurer of the
the Clewiston Motor Company, local : "Caterpillar" has produced approximately Range 33 East; Corine Forrey, Dempsey Jenkins Fern- State of Florida, 'J P Moore, as Tax

andlno,G Miller, Oscar S Miller and Collector for Glades County, Florida,
i: l \ distributor. The occasion was the as many Diesel engines Tracts 4a, 5a, 6a, 7, 8b, lOa, Lols'R Miller, his wife; 'A T Miller, 'John Frank A Dougherty, as Tax Collector

.' company's manufacture of its 10-t i during the past 12 months as it did lOb, lOc, lOd, 10f, 11, 12, 14a, C Kelly, LaBelle Sales, & Development: for Hendry'County,' Florida, D S Weeks,

,000th Diesel engine.A i during its first three ;years of Diesel 16a, 17a, 18a, 18b, 19a, 19b, Simmons Corporation and, Pauline a corporation M Simmons, Charlie his, as Glades Clerk County of the Florida Circuit, Wm Court T Hull,for as .:,

few minutes after proud manufacture. In the four years, according and 20, Section 7, Township 43 wife, A Duncan Reid, ,Vincent NucciO, Clerk, of the Circuit Court for Hendry ',
worlt-I i Jr., Alfonso F Caltaglrone, Alexander ,County Florida, Board of Commissioners '
men had lowered and to Mr. Kelly it has produced South, Range 34 East, accord- Waddell, Felice G Caltaglrone and = of Okeechobee Flood Control District '

engine in a tractor, the machine 640,450 Diesel horsepower. Net I ing to a plat thereof, recordedin Caltagirone, her.husband, Board of Commissioners of. Everglades :l''

rolled off the end of the sales reported by the company for I Plat Book 2, at page 68, of Francis B Coogler, Mrs'Ella Mae Holder Drainage District, County' of Glades '<
assembly I
Jesse S Ebinger, Bernie Myrtle Carter County' of Hendry, 'George' M ''Hendry, "
line, greeted by President:; B. C. Hea : the first nine months of 1934 were, I the Public Records of Hendry and. Carter her husband Homer G Hand and Earl C Smalley, as :

cock and a group of department of- $18,669,315.55, and for the same County, Florida;; W 1-2 of Section Edith Howard Brown and Samp Brown: and constituting the Board 'of Trustees '',:
8 ; W 1-2 except' NE 1-4 her husband, Sallle C Gravely and L 0 of Caloosahatch.ee Improvement Dis-
ficials. Smiling broadly, Mr. Hea- period this year, $27,626,949.65, or of NW 1-4 of Section '17 Sec- Gravel, her husband, Minnie Hammock -: trict, and RE: -Kurtz,- as Trustee for-the ,"I'
; and Asa Hammock, her husband holders of bonds of Caloosahatchee Improvement -
r cock mounted to the operator's seat, : an increase of 48 percent. -
tions
18 and 19 Section 'District.WHEREAS .
; 20 except Century Land Company, a corporation, :
tested the controls, and then stood i The manufacturer has just an- three tracts of land as follows J J Wiggins. Mrs Virginia Darby and In and by said petition ,i'

off to view the big white figures nounced a new line of Diesel trac- ; 'John M:_ Darby, her husband Pearl L and proceedings petitioner prays for ':x
Mordue: and 'Mordue, her husband and 'seeks condemnation, 'for the pur- :.;
"10,000" painted on .the tractor by tors comprising the RD8, RD7, RD6, A Jamas O'Neill, Florence Campbell pose carrying.through thersatd proj- 'J
( .) Beginning at a:
point 655
'i Saffarrans, as executrix of the estateof ect, of
an assembly crew. and RD4, ranging from 95 to 35 upon payment proper damages .
: feet South and 510 feet Lock, Campbell! deceased, Florence In condemnation, the perpetual' right,
The production of Diesel No. 10- ; drawbar horse-power. The former West of the Northeast corn- Campbell Saffarrans. Individually, and power and privilege to enter upon, _..

: 000 is an iI important milestone, according power range was' from 83 to 44 er of said Section' 20 Town- Saffarrans, her husband 'excavate, cut away, and remove any or
carry W Flcramlng. Cecil ,J Jackman, all of the'following tracts 'or parcels of ,
to Mr.: Kelly. It means that : horsepower.Vith the 'new, and ship 43 South, Range 34 E M O'Bannon Clara. M Klrtland Susan land as may be required for the im- a j

- in a little more than four years, broader Diesel line, the field of trac- East; thence West 120 feet; Smith and Smith; her hus-: provement and maintenance' of the :,
band,. :Ilay'Seely and Seely, Caloosahatchee River; or 'any* enlarge-
Caterpillar Tractor Co., first Am-, tor usefulness is extended from the thence North' 25 feet; thence' her husband. Rachel Shock and ment thereof, and to maintain the por- ',!
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erican manufacturer of a, Diesel heaviest earth-moving tasks downto East 120 feet; thence: South Shock, her husband, Sarah tion so excavated and 'the 'channel ;
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25 feet, to'the point of Pierce and Pierce, her husband thereby created as:a parfof the Tiavlpable -
tractor, has established a new, all- ;, the plowing of a small field. ,. Alice E' Stannard Herman Stan- waters of the United. States, and J
beginning; nard, Jr., Charlie E Stannard, Irving J the further right to enter upon,' occupy -
.I' Today, the company's Diesel trac- Stannard;Edwin'R Williams and AnnaW and use;any"'portion of said land

tors are serving in 72 countries, and (B.) Beginning at an 'iron pin Williams, his wife, Herbert P, Williams -, not so cut away.and converted Into ,

: _ous' growth in, demand and pOPular are working in fleets on most of the 460 feet South 'and 630 feet Emma Williams".Fannie' D".Wil- public navigable 'waters, for the 'deposit i-
of material 'and for such
West of the dredged ;
I concrete monu- Hams Isabella M Williams, Arthur T "
..t-ty for the Diesel tractor. world's major projects Mr. Kelly other purposes ,as may be needful in
I ; ment' marking the Northwest Williams, Jr:;and Emma R Williams, as
the 'and maintenance of
preservation
c To emphasize this growing im- stated. He gives as the principal rea- corner of Section 20, Town- executors of the estate of .Arthur T the said Caloosahatchee'Rlver. to-wit:
Williams, deceased, ,Arthur T Wil-
...::'-'portance of the Diesel in the for this popularity the ability of .
power son ship -43South. Range 34 liams. Jr., individually, and Claire Drew Parcels'B-FX, 8-GC, 8-GD'and 8-GH of
world, the company, which announced the Diesel to burn low cost fuel oil East; thence run North 125 Williams. ,his wife, Emma, Rochelle the right'of way for the Caloosahatchee

its first Diesel tractor August and less of'' it than the gasolinepowered feet to a point; thence East Porter and Garrett Porter. her husband. .River as shown on. platt recorded in
Lucy Starke Williams; Isabella'M Drew
Plat Book 2, page 69, of the-Publlc Records -,
31, '1931, presents the following engine. More power and econ- 40 feet to a point; thence and Herbert 'Drew,' her' husband, J P of Hendry Countyf Florida: .;'
'South Pendry and Louise Pendry, his :wife, the
125 feetT to a point
figures on its Diesel engine production omy-these factors have spoken so ; Governor, Farm Credit'Administration, Parcels 8-HA,> 8-HB.: 8-HC, 8-1. 8-IA,
'r; : j eloquently owners state, that the thence West 40 feet to the Laura V Hull,. Carl E Royer, Preston 8-IE. 8-IF,. 8-IG. 8-IH. O-II, of the rightof
t point of beginning; Polhemus. Minnie A. Polhemus, J way for the Caloosahatchee River, as
First, Diesel model announced I Diesel is here not only to stay but W Potter and' Erne, :M: Potter, shown on plat recorded ''in Plat Book

August 31, 1931. to rule. (C.) Beginning at a point 30 his wife, John R.Burnett and,Mattie 2, page 85, of the Public Records of
feet west of, the east line of L Burnett, his wife Land Bank Como;: ]I 'Glades County; Florida;
missioner, B P Lewis, George J Stan '
Section 20, Township 43 nard, Nettie Bowers and Campbell C Parcels 8-m, 8-JA, 8-JC, 8-JE 8-JF
8-JH, 8-JJ. 8-JK, 8JL8JO, 8-JQ,'8-JR.
HARDEE SCHOOLS CLOSE South, Range .34 East, a distance Bowers her husband, Rosa Lee Murray,
Hint
for the Girls Hugh Hull Llllle Hull Burhans'and '',8JS.8JT, 8-JW, 8-Kr 8-KA, 8-KB,
of 460 feet south of a
8-KC. 8-KD 8-KE. 8-KF 8-KG
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Mose Burhans, her husband Madge'Hull
Nature makes mistakes but dire concrete monument ''8-KH 8-KI, 8-KJ 8. K K ,
markingthe
'- Wauchula Thirteen L E Saupe, Trustee, J R Watts and
Nov. 27 (FNS).- -
8-KL 8-L, 8-LA, 8-LB, 8-LC,' 8-LF
nevf : the bloom of Northeast ;,
irrangfs youth Corner of said Sons. Inc, a corporation C 'E' Hill,
Hardee rural schools 8-LH, 8-LI 8-LJ 8-LK, 8-LL. 8-LM
county Melvin C Hull J J Peadro,
near lie, nose on onp side''and rlos' Section 20, Township 43, Messer Perry 8-LN: 8-LO.:' 8-LP, 8-MA. 8-MB, 8-MC.

closed this week for lack of funds to nn ear nn the other '-Fan Frme'lt'! South, Range 34 East; thence Scheetz Marie Henricksen Herman ,Malakowsky J H Baird.F Maple-B 8-MD, 8-ME,. .., -MH, 8-MI, 8-MJ: ,
and officials the belief 8-NAt 8-NB 8-NC. 8-ND, 8-O 8-OA.
expressed f'hrnnfH"I I Westerly at a right angle to wooer Investment Company, a corpora- '
8-OB. 8-PB. 8-PC, 3-PD; 8-PE, 8-PF,
that Hardee's entire school system the East line of said Section tion Thomas, Maxmllllan F Stewart von Amelia Erdmansdorff S Turner, 8-PG 8-Q, 8-QA. 8Q B ,

would be closed by February 1, un- 20, 40 feet to a point; ,thence and Edward Turner, her husband, Mary 8-QC 8-R 8-RA 8-RB; 8-RC 8-RD,
Northerly to the East I Elizabeth Blake Fox 8-RE;: 8-RF, 8RG.8RH, 8-RL> 8-SA,
less some means of financing could parallel FInney Blake Mary
8-TE,
8-T, 8-TA, 8-TB. 8-TC. 8-TD
be found. LEGAL NOTICES line of said Section 20, 125 I and George Pox Jr., her husband, 8-TF. 8-TG: 8-U. 8-UA, 8-UB. 8-UC
feet to a point; thenceEasterly 'Thomas F Fitzgerald and Rose M Fitz- 8-UD, 8-UE. 8UF8V- 8-VA 8-VB
erald. his wife William Spitz, Z B .
8-VD 8-W 8WA8WB, 8-WC, 8-X.
MANY FINE TfiiACK BASS at a right angle 40 Couch E B Raschbaum, George W Ty- 8-XA, 8-XB. 8-XC, 8-Y 8-YA,

CAUGHT IN FLORIDA LAKES feet, to a point; thence rell, Henry C Thompson, F B Guyer and 8-YB. 8YC. of right of 'waY' for the
I i\'fiHE'CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWELFTH Southerly parallel to, the Frances Guyer, his wife, R Percy Jones, Caloosahatchee River, as, shown on
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF William J Wood, Frederick Z Favor, plat recorded In Plat Book 2, at page C9,
,' ." -.t Orlando, Nov., 27 (FNS) .-As FLORIDA IN :AND FOR HHNDRY East" line of said Section 20, Adelaide Favor, Mary Favor'Mitchell: and of the Public Records of Hendry County -
her husband
Mitchell
125 feet to the point of be- ---- Florida
.Field & Stream's well known national COUNTY IN CHANCERY: ITerncJon B Kelly, Geo E Kelly, as' administrator
ginning. of the estate of Edward NOW, THEREFORE; you, the above
fishing contest, Florida black bass X o. 720 Kelly, deceased, Edith H Stevens, Ivan named respondents, and each of you
Sections 21; 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, Andre Viola Balsin and Ceferlno Bal- and all other persons concerned In or
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division, enters into the last few 31, 32, 33 and 34, Township 43 sin, her husband Olive S _Whitfield having an Interest in. or lien upon the
LADES LAND CORPORA- : and I J Whitfield, her husband, Clara above described property, you are here-
weeks, announcement comes from I TION, a corporation : South, Range 34 East; A Mendenhall and' Menden- by' notified to 'be' and appear in said
organ- ,
hall, her husband, Herbert D Menden- United States District Court for the
Seth Briggs, fishing editor, that I zed and existing under the Sections '1 and 6 44
: Township hall A A Gardner, John:: Ecfward Bowman Southern District: of Florida, at Tampa.
6. many fine black bass have been aws of the State of Dela- : South, Range 33 East; : Forrest Horrell Kellogg:/Berton ,E Florida, on the 31st day of December
: vare, UNITED STATES SUGAR : Poor, Mary A Hendly and H Hendly, her 1935 to show what Interest or Hen you
,,,, tered by Florida anglers. The en-I CORPORATION Sections 3, 4, 5 and 6, Town- husband Stafford Powers. Horace. An- or any of you. have In or to the above
'I a cor- : ship 44 South Range 34 East derson De' tor and Catherine: C Bestor described property, or any part thereof
test closes Dec. 31, 1935. ; loration 'organized and 'ex- : ; his wife Floretta Dana, James F Dana. and to show cause if any, you or any

sting under the Laws of the : and each of you are hereby required Edwin L Dana, Marjorie L Dana W of you have, why said property shouM
It learned here that A. L. United States cf
was Dennis Dana. C R Dana; Mary: F Sims not be taken by
1 State of Dela'/are, and THE : to appear to the Bill of Complaint and Harvey Slm.3; her husband, MattyL America for the purposes set forth In

Holms, Orlando angler has had .a LEWISTON: COMPANY, a : 1I I:filed herein on the 6th day of Reynolds and E T Reynolds her said petition; and this on penalty of

14 pound, 4 ounce black bass entered '- I :orporation organized and : I uary, 1936, at the Office of Jan-I husband J M Walker. Edith Williams rcspondentsbeing'you, and each and barred all of you of ,all the claim said
J :3 lioberoozi.: J B Cox Lee :M: Roan:
recently in, the ,contest. Holms listing under the laws of : I Clerk of the Circuit Court Individually and ns executrix of the and interest In and to said property.
I
I caught his big fish in Lake Apopka lie State of Florida, : Hendry County, Florida, at estate of Charles F Roan deceased. J WITNESS the Honorable Alexander
Plaintiffs : Florida, otherwise the bill of complaint W Roan J J Davis Ida M Hendersonand Akerman United States District Judge
casting a pork rind, not ,far from I I George S Henderson, her husband and likewise the undersigned as Clerkof
the Winter Garden docks. It is v. : will be taken as confessed by Harvey S Dyess. George H. Graham, said District Court, at Tampa, Florida -
I f :3T. LOUIS UNION TRUST : I I Colon B Crews. Leland R Crews 'Joseph this the 8th day of November. 1935.
; ::. thought he may win one of the numerous ,you.IT J Davis Rufus M: Burchard., -Eliza r A
:,,' COMPANY, a corporation : IS FURTHER ORDERED that EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk,

:I :':: ;: prizes offered. organized and existing unIt : I' this order be published once a week: her Williams husband and, Albert T Williams' -Williams., Fred G By JULIAN A. BLAKE

'- -r the Laws. of the State of : [ for four (4) consecutive weeks In Minor, Mrs AlbertIne Rock and Deputy Clerk.
i Rock, her husband:: Mrs Lee Thomas McE. Johnston,
; :. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH :vlissouri, as Trustee, under : a, newspaper published and of gen-
JI Ron, as executrix of the estate 'of Attorney at'Law
r"", D. Jenkins Williams, Minister indenture of Mortgage 'dated : I eral circulation in Hendry County John G Lane, deceased, W L Murray, Miami. Florida,

the 1st day of June, 1922, : I Florida. Anne Elizabeth Lupton: Garvcy Broth-' Attorney for Petitioner.

:f '- Sunday, December 1, 1035 between Empire Securities : DATED at LaBelle, Florida, this

I Corporation, a 'corporation, : 10 day of November, 1935.
f,. 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. and St. Louis Union Trust : (Seal of the' Circuit Courtof I
.
,.', 10:45 A. .M. Junior Church. Company, as' Trustee,' recorded : Hendry County, Florida, I NOTICE .

,, : on the 13th' day of : affixed)
: 7:45 P. M. An evening with favorite
,-, June, 1922, in Mortgage : W. T. HULL, Clerk of 'the '

hymns 1 Book 1, Pago 204, Public : Circuit Court, According to the provisions of the .

r. Don't miss ''this service of song Records of Glades County, : By: INEZ MAGILL, of Clewiston's Bill No. '8 OrdinanceNo.
Florida and City
'1 recorded on the : Deputy Clerk. ,

.:;r',"N 14th day' of June, 1922, in' : EVANS MERSHON. & SAWYER, 8 all City of Clewiston Occupational

Mortgage Book 22, Page : Miami, Florida, ,

RELIABLE IAN 'VAl\TED.-Year 307, Public Records of Lee : Solicitors for Plaintiff. License taxes for the year J 1935 are now .

: round living for worker: with car. County, Florida, D. J. : Copied 11-19-35-a j 111

Distribute famous Watkins, pro- ROUELSTONE and all par- : Nov. 22, 29, Dec; 6, 13, 1935.IN due and payable.

", ducts in Lake region during sea- ties having or claiming an : Information regarding payment of

son and good East Coast'' territory Interest in the real property : I ,

remainder of year. No bond, described. in the bill, : THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I same' may be obtained' at the City Hall.R. .

small capital. Write supervisor Defendants. UNITED STATES FOR THE SOUTH-
: ORDER REQUIRING DE- ERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA -
for personal interview, 6951 N. W. TAMPA DIVISION Y. PATTERSON,
'. : FENDANTS TO APPEAR. U. S. Civ No 263-T
Sixth Avenue Miami
Fla Application having been made upon UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Tax Collector.F" .

Nov. 22-29, Dec 6-13, 4tp. the sworn bill of complaint and Petitioner.
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ing Friday night. The band is led HODGES SPEAKS ON SCHOOL 'lives and property from floods from than for a number of years past;

by Nora Oglesby. They played two FINANCE LEGISLATION hurricane driven waters of Lake I more acreage has been planted In

Clewiston School, News selections, a march and a waltz, Okeechobee, the. largest. concrete fall crops than at any .time in recent

both of which were admirably exe- Tallahassee, Nov. 27 (FNS).-- 'structure built to date on the gov-I years and we might go on indefi-

cuted. Speaking before the mid-winter con- ernment, project has been completedin nitely listing things for which, we,

Florine Moore, Editor ference of the State Junior Chamberof our front door, the hurricane! as citizens of Glades county, should

Commerce here, President Wm.C. be more than thankful. Your person,1
Louise Bussey, Associate Editor LaBELLE NEWSMiss gate and locks at the mouth of
Hodges, of the State Senate said Three-Mile canal; Government pro al reasons for being thankful, we, of

Bob Patterson, Sports Editor that "the legislature should provide I jects have given employment to hun-' course, cannot enumerate, but ev-

Rosa Doub went to Tallahassee finances for the schools and until a dreds of Glades county men and everyone has plenty to be thankful

Wednesday, where she will visit legislature performs its duty it made business better than for sev- for if we give it a little thought.IS .

Thanksgiving program; held Wednesday with her sister Miss Laura Doub, should be keps in continuous session eral years"; there has been more new I

Morning at 8:30 during the Thanksgiving holidays, ." building and property improvement YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
Devotional, Dr. D. J. Williams. at the state college. "Let those who have escaped tax-

Song, "Get Together Day. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cook and Infant ation and are entitled to pay do -'- -. -. -- -

Reading, Gilbert M'Leod. son visited with Mrs. Cook's fair share. There Is ........................................... .
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their no neces- ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..:':":'.:.":..:":":":":":":" :" :":-:":-:":- :":":..z..:..:..:. ".:.
Tableau, Thanksgiving-Now and parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. V. McCan- sity and no justification in any salesor y ..
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then. non, at their home in Alva Sunday nusiance tax for this or any other Y

Playlet, In Sixteen Twenty-One. Mrs. Minnie Manning and Mr. and purpose unless the people by constitutional Y

Recitation, "Erastus' Thanks,"; Mrs. Marvin Blount and children, amendment abolish all ad Y

Carleton Prevatt. who have been visiting with rela- valorem taxes on both real estate jj

Duet, Nora Oglesby and Lawrence tives in LaBelle, returned recently I and personal ,property." c JUST ARRIVED l Ii .

Guthrie. to their home in Huntsville, Ala- "The legislature," he continued, .:. ..

Reading, "The Mother of Thanks- bama. "will not find it hard with sourcesof : .;. .!,

giving", Dickie Patterson. Miss Anna Lee Hisler is visiting dreamed J _
revenue never about still .. .
Proclamation, Oct. 3, 1963, J. O. with her sister Miss Clifford Hisler, 'q ... .- ;.: :s:
untapped. i
Hooker. : in Fort Myers during Thanksgiving.Mr. Governor Dave Sholtz in a brief :;: GJ\Tew Shipment of :!:
Play, "The First Thanksgiving.
and Mrs. Thomas B. Dubose, address urged delegates attendingthe
Song, "Cheer, All Cheer our Pilgrim -
of Moore Haven, have moved to conference to offer themselvesfor i J f' ; SLOOKEET.J4
Fathers.
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First Grade News- LaBelle to make their home. public office in the interest of .. '. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibson, of good government, while W. B. Bish- :: ':-: : ; ;.
The first grade has nearly com- ; .; : J :
Fort Myers visited with Mr.: and op, speaker of the house of repre- .s. 1 : ,. l.
the first word book., ,
pleted Mrs. Sam Brown Tuesday night. sentatives, told them they should '.:, ': < ;:\
Nancy Wright is to be commended :;: :.:, ', : }:? *
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Walker have present a united front for the gov- .

Several for her in neatness the class and have correctness.learned returned from a short visit in Lake- ernmental improvements- they :;: ; -" :,. HOUSEDRESSESLii ::'\-;: :!:


to change their printing into script. land Miss with Marie relatives.Malakowsky and King sought.Fort Pierce was chosen for the I' .. .:. q ;
Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll- ;
Royer made a trip to Arcadia Wednesday next annual conference meeting and ,7 ; .. I
Nora Oglesby, James Smith, Shirley 1 ; : :
.- the dates were set for April 23, 24 : ...
Moon, Caroline Selee, Mayme .
and 25 next .. .,. $8c ..
Mrs. Dwight Dyess is year.A .
spending a .
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Johnson, Idabell Collins, David ". ''::; f.' -. .. <,f._. ei ..
few weeks in Vero Beach. spring meeting will be held in .:. ." :f""i.N .' { '. : -. : ,

Belcher. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Aiken and Tampa the coming February. I :' ; i. '. : '; : L
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Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- \N > Steve Thomas are spending Thanksgiving : : : ?: : I.i I.
Ralph Silva, Annette Simpson, Mar- with Mr. Aiken's parents, Mr. GIVE THANKS: '- ,

ilyn Davis, Christine Redish. and Mrs. George Aiken, at their i :'' (Clewiston Goods Co. Inc. .- :

Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- home in Brooksville. (Moore Haven Democrat) :: :.. ':_ 'Dry ) ,.. : .*.
Eric Belcher, Peter Parker, Esly : ; .
Suringer, Marianne Jones. Mrs. Selden, L. Stewart went by We can't help but wonder how :: '} "Where Quality Meets Econoinj"Clewiston ':::\'. :!:
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bus to Tallahassee Tuesday, where '
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Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- many really took time yesterday to '. :; ;: .i..i.s
she will visit with her daughter, :: Florida '. '',
Elbert Hooker, Paul Schuck, count their blessings for the past ; :::
Nancy, during Home Coming at the +
and give due thanks to Him
Quinton Smith, Pearl Bembry, Janie year
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Brantley, Mary Mathis, Gloria Mc- State College.Mr. who sends them. There is no doubt I 1 yl
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and Mrs. Gordon
Perry, Miss
many with a piece of recent bad luck
Duffie, Beatrice Pratt, Nettie Pearl
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Edith Magill, and Miss Madge Hull
or short business depression who I l
Norton. :: .
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visited in
Fort
Myers Monday afternoon -
Sixth Grade News- find it difficult to think of anythingto ;N N N:N:N:H N:N:--:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:1:M:.:N:.:N:N N:N N:11:N N:N:N:N:NN:NM N N:N:NM:N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N N:.
be thankful for but after a little
:- The sixth giaders were sorry -
very
Miss Frances Turner returned re- '
,hought of
everyone us, singly,
to lose two of their members last cently to her home in LaBele: after
find fbr
or as a group, can plenty
: week. Those leaving were.Jacqueline
attending the government camp for which to be appreciative.
: McKenzie and Evelyn Miller. They girls at Avon Park for the past six '
During the !last levees
our
,', both moved to LaBelle.A I weeks. year I
have been completed, protecting our
Pilgrim Feast was enjoyed by Mrs. Laura Hull, Miss Rose Mur- HAYFE\TER

this class Wednesday afternoon. ray and Ray Hull made a business -

High School Xe\vs- trip to Arcadia Sunday ;:'.: :":":":-:":":":":..:":":":" .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::
We were very glad to have a vis-
Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Miller, who have .s. .,2.
itor Monday, Bessie Whidden of been living in Clewiston, have moved $! New and UsedFUB'NITURE .:.i'i ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS are

Moore Haven. ,back to LaBelle where they will :i: :s:
Billy Davis has 'very kindly given make their home. | ; unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00 1'-
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the school a large new flag. We all Mrs. George F. Lloyd and .daughters :f: I Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over :
appreciate this as the old flag was
Edna and Dorothy, Miss Lucille y
40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS
terribly torn. Davidson, and Miss Billie Hampton

SPORTS j attended the ball game In Clewiston :|f BELLE GLADE _: .i sold last year alone. Mail $1.00 t
Monday night at the Kiwanis

Field the Clewiston Tigers defeated Monday Miss Nell night.Roland, of Indiantown, |si FURNITURE COMPANY :3': 'T.1 today for full season's, relief to THE ; T.Attractive ,

the LaBelle Diamondball ,team three visited with her sister, Mrs. Lois X DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St. .. .oJ
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: to two. The Clewiston team seemed
" Pollock, who is staying at the Ev- | Belle Glade! Florida
to be the best cow boys. Although erette Hotel on Tuesday. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write :

:. nearly everyone had a tough time Misss Julia Hendry returned Sun- :': Next Door To Theatre :; I for Free Booklet .
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trying to ride the donkeys. The long
day to her home in LaBelle after a X i

"' cared scoundrels in the field could visit in Tampa with her sister Mrs. .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. j
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:. couldn't be held down. -
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i three innings all players seeming to :: -
DRY LAND TIDE .. :. :=: .:.
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::--. donkeys. Connie Clark reached home Like lofty ships riding the tide, :: :!: FOR SALE :a
;: but of, the four legs on the donkey v
the bufldl-"*- in Clewiston are rising y

one he was wouldn't put, .out.even In touch the the fourth plate inning so- a dry and land falling tide twice that every correspondswith day on :;: :_:: Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: ::

Ed Clark and Owen Winn got Ay
the surge of the .sea. y
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the animals home and scored two 's. : .. ..
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I Columbus claimed the world was "s' : I' .'. .:.
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,. runs. I round. "King" Wilbur Glenn Volivia x
It looked like Clewiston would
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Clewistnn is rising and falling : : .:. .s.
win easily but Hough of LaBelle from 13 to 23 inches twice each day' :::' :;: ::: :;:
made a home run and Harvey scor- Gulf \
Oil scientists state. y
ed to tie the yAXx
score. In the last half
of religiously zealous Zion City, Illinois -
: of the fifth Carlisle Redish scored
tells the world that it is flat X
.,;; the winning run. Redish hurled and and four-cornered. A

< Clark received. All players were required Geographical scientists at the .:. .:. .XA:. .:. '"

,' to hit and try to ride the Y .i. .:.. .;.
Gulf !
Refining
Company's new research Vy
;:' donkeys, there being no walks or and development laboratories y; .. .s. 'y;. .f.
strike outs. A
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.,'. Harmarville; Pa., painstakingly ?
measuring and graphically record- x x
.tr. (Omitted Last Week)
ing the undulating ebb and flow of f ?
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"THANKSGIVING" dry land tides 24 hours each day, rt y
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: know the world Is not flat; never : v s

Now that Hallowe'en is past will be round, even if it stops revol- xx s .. x
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; Thanksgiving is here at last, :
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ving and loses its centrifugal forcp y
I With its turkeys and its pies
which flattens the earth at the pole- yf.
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And I am not telling liMo ".'
and bellies It out at the equator

They have definitely establishedthat xx x

First the gobbler came and said, combined land and marine tldoc .. .:" ..;. .:.
"I do think I'll lose head."
f my distort the earth's shape like a bal'! .f1. .. y
And the left-over Hallowe'en
pump- AA
: kin thought of putty-elliptical at times, egg- Af 1A
shaped at others, depending y
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f "Too late, I'm already bought.:' the .fy. .. .y .
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gravity 'pull of the moon and t .
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sun. .: i. y
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The cranberry sauce and the y ci .z. .1
marmalade Concerned with dry land tid"f } + -k / y

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only insofar as they effect extremely { y
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'Tis a fact, I'm already made"And yy
delicate gravity Instruments usedin Y
the mince pie said to itself, .i' 's" .:.
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locating oil beneath the earth's '' .
"Soon I'll be taken from the shelf" .! .:' I I .[ ..:..
surface '
Gulfrnen leave it to laymento :1! ::: I
fcI,' ponder; do earth tides cause
For the master and the mistress 'i' .s' .. ..
earthquakes? When is it high tide

Y' And Were if prepared you don't for think the these best true to at Kansas City? In Death Vail"}'" :;: :;=: Pay The Balance Like Rent :!: :f.

desert
k wastes? .
be One thing laymen may readily *: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES =;: :::
Wait until
\" will see.Thanksgiving and you deduce; the earth is not solid, but :;:: ::: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;:: :;:

viscous. It's thin crust is
indication
a poor -
-Dicky Owen, 7th Grade I I.t )of fit, interior which is,

f-r-.,' arusic: beyond a doubt, a molten mass. il ewiston Home Building Association a:


} The rythm band gave their first I :: :: PHONE 102 :s: ..

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--? .i" arrived this week from Boston,
:::;:: Personal Mention :s; Mass. They have taken an apartmentat .

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,,' W. W. Liddell spent the holidays I Mill. :; \ < i: ';; '; ;:Se J.
'visiting with friends in Sarasota. ,. :' :
MRS.D. G. ALSTON ENTERTAINS .. '' '.: .r 1'. .
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Frank Heath spent Thanksgivingat BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. ..;.. : '..,,.-,'.:' !4- .". :,': '..":'_:," 'J.:. \',, .' -"'.,,;I':Ii. /I...

his home in Fort Meade 5- ;: ":: -:.: .. l ;
,\. -- D. G. Alston entertained her :: I ( : .5,::

f t Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hudson left bridge club Wednesday afternoon at <
her home. High score prize was '
Sunday to make their home in Ocala. Aiston's : :
awarded to Mrs. 'c. W. McDonald, Coupons Jy
cut prize to Mrs.. M. E. Yenawineand ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Niblack were
a guest prize to Mrs. Bessie
visitors in Belle Glade Thursday. "
Wilson. .. .f.
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Refreshments of salad, sand- .s"
.' .spent Miss Thanksgiving Mary Snell visiting and Jack in Baker Lake- wiches, fruit cake, salted nuts and :;: This is the same plan as used ''by a famous brand of *,

land. coffee Wilson,were Mrs. served I. M. Pafford to Mrs., Mrs.Bessie C.' :::; cigarettes. You get one valuable, coupon with ,leach 25c :;

II 1 I Mrs.. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. M. W. McDonald,. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. :;: purchase, and by saving these valuable coupons this store* :s:

1-, H. Crouch spent. Thursday visiting Mrs.T. B.G.Shelley B. Thomas, Mrs .and J.: W.Mrs. Ezelte M. E., :;: will give you in return for them your 'choice of any of the :;: II

)\ In Tampa. Yenawine. ::i: items listed below. S '. ..
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Miss Evelyn Hare and Harold I II

Spikes visited friends in LaBelle ALLENCLARKMr. -- : ::_:: 450 Coupons? get Deluxe Bridge Table (Same as I Kool :: \

Thursday. and Mrs. C. ''M. Allen an- '- \1
; Cigarettes) ;
nounce the engagement of their :: '
,- Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Meade visited with the daughter, Vesta, to Mr. W. D. Clark, ::;: 375 Coupons get Fine Chair to Match Bridge Table. 1 I
her mother in Fort. over
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.: Clark, of :! 375 Chromium Cocktail Shaker and .
l.o"Cays.l : Jacksonville. The ,wedding is to be :: Coupons get Set ::

'M s. Mark R. \Lawler, Mrs. held here early in December. *:; 1 500 Coupons get New Philco Jr., Radio. : .

.. N. Smith and .Mrs. G. J. Potter R.I Clewiston Miss Allen since has 1926 been a moving resident herewith 'of ':.::. 450 Coupons get Men's Fine Jeweled ri t Watch.. : :::::

>-, Monday in West Palm, Beach. I her parents from Moore Haven. .:. 450 Coupons get Fine Ladies' Wrist Watch. .' .

_ .' .A, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence and i Mr. Clark has been employed on the :: 375 Coupons get Shirley Temple, Doll. -
' ',' I U. S. Dredge' Welatka for the past .
Beach Gordon Sunday.Rogers visited in West' Palm I several years.INFORMAL ::j: 450 ,Coupons get ,Excellent Tennis Racket. '.'., 1:::

I BY :*:: 500 coupons get Electric. Mixer Complete ,with Mixing. ., :r. I
, r@ Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith returned TEA GIVEN .s.. ,
.< BARRACKS \ B W 10 r : !
HURST AT
: Sunday from a visit In De- .AIRS. : : -
Land and Jacksonville. :;: 450 Coupons get New Type 22 Long Rifle. I
Mrs. Tom 'Hurst entertained a
F. Deane Duff-and--'R. Y. Patterson I i number ''Of friends at an ,informal 275 Coupons get Kaywoodie Pipe and Case. \ : .I I

were business visitors in Jacksonville tea at her home' at.the Barracks last ::;:: 400 Coupons get New Type EASTMAN Folding 1: I
afternoon.
: Saturday. Friday .s. 1v
'.,..'..'....1.' ,'__ Fancy sandwiches, cake and tea ._. Camera. :; I
;' ._ ... Mrs.Olin Carleton and Mrs. W. were served to: Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, I 250 Coupons get New Type EASTMAN Kodak. :
Sr., W. P. Jr, Mrs. H. ,
' Mrs. Vaughn
\"- : F. Simpson were visitors in Moore
'.: ,.' Haven Wednesday afternoon. T. Vaughn, Mrs. R. R. Ejnbry, Mrs. ;:j:; 800 Coupons get Set of Men or Women's Golf Clubs. ;:
/ .; Geo. Terrell, Mrs. Clarence Scholler, .s. with '
.s. \ Bag ;
: r. Mrs. J. W. Doty MrsTV. H. Head-
Russell Whidden left Mon- ;
::" .;.,'. '. day Mrs.to join Mr. Whidden Gaines ley, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. :i: I 1 150 Coupons get Parker Pen and Pencil! Set _. :..'. :i= fj l

.i\?;: .....:.'.t. ville. Martha Rackstraw S. Ludekins and Mrs.,G Mrs.Presley.G. B. ;:;: J 100 Coupons get ;:Luncheon: Set for BrIdge. Table. n! :;: I
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; Coupons Copper Light. ,
l';' :.:" Mrs. Fred I. Hill returned Sunday ; get ; 1I .

' ";,:. ::-: S from a''two weeks visit with relatives RECITAL NEXT FRIDAY .:;:; \ 1 50 Coupons get New Type Rotomatic Orange Juicer. ::i: I

ter';":/J'" in Clearwater.- :;:' 375 Coupons get 1 Dozen No. 1 Golf Balls. ::;: !
The recital by Mrs. Lawler's piano-
Fi( ',,, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman left class 'will be given next Friday, December :*_: 125 Coupons get Stainless Steel Pocket Knife. :: 1,
f f-7 .. Monday for an indefinite stay in Miami -
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; 6, as before announced, but
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l /<<_S.- -:---_ the P. M.time to has 7:30 been P.. M.changed to accomodate from 8 :I1!;: THERE -ARE MANY .MORE SMALLER PREMIUMS j jj i
', G. E. Smith, of St. Petersburg, I
';..i..:..If-":;, .."... I the younger children who are used I I
.. Western Union representative, was '
., to an early bed-time. Everyone is Also trade in to for trade :: :
< ..: ... a business, visitor here Tuesday. cordially invited and urged to come. :.s.: you may your coupons us !
', tickets merchandise in the store. There .11 b.
' ; -'Mrs. Benbow"nd children Please be on time 'so that we may { .. ". .- on any
Yp'- C. 0. '
spent Thanksgiving with her sister recital start promptly.will be found A program elsewhere. of the in :;:" increase. in prices, "so let us be your druggist." =i:,

Mrs.. Alfred Lamoureux' in Moore this ,paper. + ::


'-. ,,' 'Haven Mr. and Mrs.__O. W. Dyal and I J..M.000SE -'I Aiston's Drug Stot 'I

';":,> children, of Tampa, are visiting with

:',:.: ."\ Mr.. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and family Counselor and Attorney at Law .
? this week '
r-/: / :'" I Hopkins Building J: EVERYTHING IN DRUGS |::

' ; Mrs. Josephine Knight visited Wednesdays and Saturdays .

r, '.'.". daughter, Ruth, who is hel'l 9:30 to 4:00 I .....:.....................................................................................i"i"i"i"tt..i"ii..i..i..tt..i..tt"i.. ................................................" t':. Florida College for Women 'in
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; lahassee this week.
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:' :'. Mr. and Mrs Harold Johnson and

f;,, .. son moved to Belle Glade this week,
f'..':, ; where ilr. Johnson will be employedby


the. A.Pioneer Turner Service visited'with Station.L. Mrs. S THERE ARE NO SAFER BRAKES MADE -


!f; "o Turner and Charles in West Palm -
=\>i:",::., Beach Thursday. Charles returned I .
'
:'/; :\::--.;; with him for several days here. :
I : than the Super-Safety Brakes of the 1936 .Ford V-8

1 Mrs. D. A. Olden and son, oft
,.
<,' Louisiana, arrived here this week to I
J join Mr. Olden who has a position ',. rs j r -'S--,7'-z--; Y i /r r.i,',, ir ;.r'' rie' NO other car in America has the same ,

with the U. S. Sugar Corporation. s as theFord V-8.Because .

-- -- of this design, the Ford could
use
any
Mrs. E. J. Rogero returned home
! 1.'Ii} A Friday from St. Augustine' where ;.' type of braking system now in common

'..'. .W. she was. called by the illness of a \ .. :'t.'. w.A; use. (Diagram at left shows why.) A
relative. With the whole field
.to. choose from,
,
'' '' '
'
. Ford
I stands by mechanically-operated
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I Capt. and Mrs. F. D. King and I
children have arrived to make their f: < :{: Super-Safety brakes as safest surest, and "
-. home in Clewiston. They have taken I %'%: 1 T 3 0 +> most positive for the Ford V8. b
'
:- ", one of the Schultz apartments. II" <,;"' : This is the type braking system used

\.,, r:' .+ ; i '>+ : on many of America's costliest cars'and
i E. L. Stewart and C. L. Downs attended 4
!:"-'y: ::. 'i the annual Florida Bankers ?' ;gr.yx, ; ,:: kY ,, 1 .y M1, hx.: most racing cars. Because of unique!

I 1-: ,': : : socjntion meeting in Miami on I chassis design, Ford can use it to better .
.' Friday and Saturday of last week. '' '' '' '''% '+
+ than other built
1//; : r + ';,j. effect any car today. .
i .ylyrsr.: :' ?+.,iu x: > -< : : all safer brakes
All in made
,
' no are
.. :t'
( George and Richard Bestor, who I
Ii'::': are attending Florida University, i than you get with the 1936 Ford V-8a

.'. spent the holidays visiting with FORD PERMANENT WHEELBASE 4 INDEPENDENT BRAKE-RODS Drive it today-and see for yourself. :
.
.. Jheir parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Radius rods [1] brace the front Four brake-rods [3] of strong, :
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS
:: Bestor. axle like a pair of giant arms. tempered steel linTc the pressure of k
"--- Radius rods and Torque-tube [2] yourfootonthepedalwiththefourgive
Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams triple bracing to the rear big brake-drums on the wheels. ;. ,
were the gueets at Thanksgiving axle. This means, that the front They do this positively, surely, s; ;; 'If
dinner of Mr. rI i!
and Mrs.S. B. Bessell, and rear axles of a Ford car are alunder all road conditions. Noteways R
a of Wausau, Wis., at their home on heldquldlstantIn ir-:: !
perfect especially that no one Ford brake .
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Sanibel :Ts'and. i<, ;, i
i/ W' alignment. On this permanent has to depend on the other three. '-:.'
wheelbase any braking system now Failure of one-practically Impos '
'J f? Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardln and Mr.and }
in common use could baused.
Only sible-would still leave you three VI' 7 '
Mrs. Charles Lovvorn, of Canal ; :
with this
, Ford-type wheelbase,can perfectly-operating brakes.
Point and Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle
mechanical, Super-Safety brakes Tear out this chart and check It AND UP Po 0. B. DETROIT
I of :Moore Haven were the guests be used to the fullest $
i Sunday of Mr. and :Mrs. Keathley advantage. ,with the car you are driving now. 51 0 SlandarelaceeswrygrcxpirulvAmgbumpersardsDarefirterhs.. r
'
i Bowden and son, Kay, at a picnic f Easy terms through Universal /
Credit Company
.... Thanksgiving dinner held Jn the:
I ', woods south Qf Road 25, f ON THE AIR-Ford Symphony Orchestra. Sunday Evening Fred Waring and His Pel1D.llvan1ane,Tuewiay Evenlna.-Col\UZlbla Network.t .
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, NOVEMBER 29, 1935



THE OLD URGE

All persons over sixty should be

privileged to take life easy-if they

want to. Most of them


SHIFTING SANDSby don't.'f


A Law Every;


Mother Should


& &- ', SARA WARE BASSETT cJJI Know'and ObserveNever

WNtT Service
Copyright by The Penn Pub. Co.
Give Your Child An

Unknown Remedy without

{ SYNOPSIS Marcia shot a mischievous glance at "Yes, Mrs. Howe. A young man at Her haste' the, radiance' lier face Asking Your Doctor First

her companion."But the garage directed me." must have suggested to the stranger' a

The' youthful and comely "Wldder" it Is only the last of April, be- As Marcia turned to go, her unfailing thought that had not occurred to him

Marcia How has as her guest her loved." courtesy prompted her to say : before, for after she had gone, he
late husband's niece,' Sylvia Hayden. A "Men need to know such things well "Mr. Currier I Ig welcome to stay if he stood Immovable In the middle of the According
to
stranger, on the verge of exhaustion, In advance. They have to adjust their wishes to, )Ir. Heath. We can put him floor looking after her.
finds his way to Marcla's home. Secretly any doctor you
perfectly well. Then a slow, shadowy smile passed
business. up
he asks her to hide a package ask, the only >
containing jewelry. She does so. Ellsha "I see," smiled Marcia. "Dnder 'such "Oh, no. He Is returning directly. across his features. d
safe
Winslow, town sheriff, brings news of conditions. I suppose the sooner the Nevertheless, I greatly appreciate your "So-ho !1" he muttered. 'So-ho !" way is
a jewel robbery nearby. The stranger letter Is sent the better." kindness." He was: still absorbed In reverie never to give ,
gives his Stanley Heath. Syl-
name as.
via discovers the Jewels, and naturally I "It isn't just to thank Horlie for. the "Mrs. Heath is anxious," put In Cur- when Marcia, breathless and flushed, your child a,,

believes Heath Is a robber. She real- candy that I'm writing," that young rier. "She begged me to come home rejoined him. remedy you ,don't know all

izes that Marcia must have hidden lady replied sedately. "You see, he as soon as possible that she might "I can think of nothing but the about, without asking him first.
them and decides Mar-
nothing.
to say know how Mr. Heath was. Natural! jewels and their' recovery. I am so
asked If he might come to Wilton for
cia feels she has altogether too deepan When it comes to "milk of
Interest ,In her guest, but is power- his summer vacation. He has to knowso she has been much worried." happy I had completely forgotten your that
less to overcome It. Heath,, wires "Mrs. he can make his plans." r "There, there, Currier-that will do," breakfast. You might run up to see magnesia, you know every-
S. C. Heath," New York,' saying he Is where, for over 60 doctors
"The sooner I start, the sooner .I( broke in Stanley Heath, flushing. "And Mr. Heath 'while I am getting It years,
safe. Cur-
He also orders a man named have said "PHILLIPS' Milk of
rier to cohie at once. Sylvia, In her shall: be back, I suppose," Sylvia an- now, since Mrs. Howe Is here and Is. ready. "
room, bedecks herself with the jewels.At swered with feigned reluctance. "Men in our secret, I may as well tell you "I will do that. 1 shall be leavingat Magnesia for your child.
,
Marcla's approach she hides them are so unreasonable. Any errands that part of the mission on which you once and he may have final orders I So-always say Phillips' when
Marcia ,
there. Heath
asks to brinsthem
be accomplished. You for me, or perhaps a letter for Mrs.
"Not today thanks. Just the mail. came cannot
to him. They are gone! He kindly you buy. And, for your 'own
makes light of the loss. Sylvia restoresthe "I'll wait for it" cannot take the gems back with you Heath. of mind that
peace see
Jewels to their original hiding The eagerness betrayed by the reply to New York. A calamity has be- "Mrs. Heath !" Marcia repeated, as if your
place. Elisha Wlntlowlsitlng Marcia, child gets this; the finest, men
fallen them. che name suddenly brought before
left not the slightest doubt that Sylvia
discovers the gems and has no doubt know.
they 'are the stolen gems, and that would wait, and gladly.As "A calamity, sir?" her consciousness' something hitherto'
Heath is the thief. Leaving the jewels, the door closed behind her, Mar "Mrs. Howe helped me conceal the forgotten. '"Yes, yes Of course." (

he makes plans for arresting Heath. cia smiled whimsically.She jewels downstairs In a hiding place Then turning her head aside, she S"#t 1'm aNd gJ j1

prepared Heath's breakfast tray, under the kitchen floor," continued Inquired with 'studied carelessness: You can assist others by refusing

CHAPTER VII and was about to take It upstairs when Stanley Heath. "When she went to "How l long, I wonder, does Mr. to accept a substitute for the PN1LL1PS-'
genuine Phillips' Milk of Mag
there was a gentle knock at the get them they were gone." Heath plan to remain. in' Wilton? I nesia. Do this in the ''w

',' .;' -10- kitchen door.A "It Is all very mysterious," broke In think that as soon as he is able to interest of yourself ..: ..... ,wt
Dawn was breaking over Wilton and your children ,,,,;band ;, M ,w
when a trim motor car, bearing a New stranger stood upon the threshold."Is Marcia, taking up the tale. "I cannot make the Journey he would better go in the interest ;::.:..".

York number plate, slipped quietly Mr. Stanley Heath staying here?" in' any way account for their disap- home.._This climate is-Is-damp and public general.of the'J '' may,

Into the village and drew up at the inquired he. pearance and am much distressed." he will, perhaps, pick up faster away
town 'garage.From "Yes." "Have you any theory as to who from the sea. If you have any influence PHILLIPS'4fa..ciLlact&3ia.

it "I am Currier. Mr. Heath sent for could have taken them inquired Cur- with him, won't you please advise
stepped a man, small and '
me." rier. It?" ,
somewhat bent.U ay I leave my car
here?" he inquired of, the lad who was "Of course I Come In, won't you? "Absolutely none. I cannot even see The man's small, gray eyes nar-'

(., sweeping out the building. Mr. Heath Is expecting you. I'll tell rowed. ,
.:.. "Sure!" him you are here." "I have no influence with Mr. Heath," Many Are ,

: "Fill her up for me, please. And "You needn't do that, madam. If ; replied he. "Mrs.: Heath has, however. A man can go to college and still

;', you might clean her a bit." you will just show me where he is-" I I Shall I tell her?" be a self-made man.

."Been, riding all night?" "At the head of the stairs." "I wish you ,would."
r r The stranger nodded. "Very good Thank you, madam.I .

s, "I like traveling at 'night he vol will go up." An hour later My Unknown Lady Shiveringwith

':: unteered. "Less traffic. Can you tell Marcia soon heard the Invalid's weighed anchor and disappeared out

me where a )Ir. Heath Is staying voice, imperative and eager, each sentence to sea, carrying with her Currier and

."Heath The chap who ran agroundon ending with an interrogation.The the jewels. Chills
; on the Crocker l Cove sand bar? He's lapses of silence which Intervenedand Marciaatched\ until! the last snowy

over to The Widder's." which at first she took to b? ripple foaming in her wake had disappeared -

,V-;::': : "Where's' that?" pauses' she presently decided repre- then she sank into a chair Bad ning with Fever

"The Widder lives out yonder at the sented the, inaudible and subdued replies and brushed her hand across her

t Homestead." ,' of Currier. .r eyes. Sure Relief for Malaria!

"How does one. get there?" To judge from the sounds, Heath "And that's the end of that foolishness '
Don't try homemade treatments or
(/,' "Wai, the only way to reach the was pouring out an avalanche of questions I !" she muttered. "The end !" newfangled remedies 1 Take that good old

[ house when the tide's full, as 'tis. now, .- Once he broke into peals of I (TO BE CONTINUED) Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you

if,'- Is to row." hearty laughter, followed by a paroxysm will be yourself again, for Grove's Taste-
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"Where'll I find a boat?" of coughing."He i The Danish-American: Park less Chill Tonic not only relieves the

;;; { .. "That1; couldn't say. The Widder has forgotten all about break- The Kebild National park of Den- symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the W

%, ,. keeps hers t'other side of the channel. 'fast," murmured Marcia "1'11'cairr mark 'is a "gift of the Americans of infection itself. "' ;
,
Mebbe, though, if you was! to go down it up." Danish ancestry to their homeland.The The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste-/
less Chill Tonic kills the Malarial infec-
rt r-' to the beach some fisherman would She mounted the stairs softly thar
park is In the nature of a memorial -
tion in the blood while the iron it con-
\\f.S, give you a lift across. 'Most any of 'em her coming might break in as little ns center dedicated to the friendship tains builds up the blood to overcome the

$.' would admire to If you're a friendof possible upon the conversation of her existing between the two countries. effects of the disease and fortify against

Marcia Howe's." two guests. Each year since 1912, when it was formally further attack. The ':wofold effect i is absolutely -

' c r The stranger bowed but offered no "She was alone in the library when opened to the public, the park necessary to the overcoming of ;
*' comment. If I went in Heath "and Malaria. Besides being a dependable rem- I!
;, curiosity stirred within was saying, has been the scene of Impressive cere-
him concerning the Information the lad turned so. white I feared she might 1 monies on Independence day.: Twelve edy,for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill

vouchsafed, at least he gave no sign. faint or scream. Luckily she diet- miles south of the seaport Aslborg, It Tonic. Pleasant is also an to excellent take and tonic absolutely of generaluse. 1

c "Thank you," he replied briefly. "Will neither. Is situated in the wildest part of the i
Marcia Could Not Believe Her harmless. Safe to give children. Get a i
this' road take me to the beach?" 'You know what I'm after' I said Eyes. Jutland peninsula and includes withinits bottle today at any drug store. Now *wo l

"Straight as an arrow.:" -the jewels. Come, hand them over.' boundaries one of the country's sizes-SOc and $1. The $1 size contains i

Without wasting additional. words or "At that she began to cry. how 'anybody ,had the chance to, take I largest and most beautiful heather 2/ times as much as the SOc size and j

time, the stranger nodded and started. 'Quickly,* I repeated. 'Someonemay them. No one knew they were there." moors. It was In 1002 that a groupof gives you 25% more for your money.

off briskly in the direction indicated. come.' "Would you be willing to show me American citizens of Danish birth

When he reached the beach he halted, "With that, she produced the jewel where{ they were hidden and allow me purchased a tract of the Reblld hills Wordless PoemA

scanning eagerly *the silvered house beyond case, pouring out a torrent of ex to Investigate?" with the object of making It the first picture is a poem that Is with-

; the channel Discovering no one planations."I "Certainly. I'll take you downstairs national park of, Its kind in the world.In out words.

i In sight, he dragged from the shore a stopped no longer than I had to, now while we have the opportunity.When 1909 the acreage was turned over

;yellow dory, clambered into It, an! I assure you. In no time I had made do you start back?" to the Danish government and dedicat' i

'..t catching up the oars began to row my getaway. Every detail of my plau "That Is for Mr. Heath to decide." ed as a Danish-American park. Laxative combinationfolks '-j
toward the dwelling silhouetted against would have gone smoothly but for the -
Right off. As
soon as you can get j
; the water'and the' glory of the morning: fog. I lost my bearings completely. under way,"- Stanley Heath said de- "Squaring the Circle" know is trustworthy. ,!

sky. Imagine my amazement'at finding myself cisively. "Go down now with Mrs. Squaring the circle Is a famous The confidence thousands of parents have t
.J. here." In good, old reliable, powdered Thedford's :
,';
Howe, since she is so gracious, and mathematical problem'which scientistsof Black Draught has prompted them to get
i".; In the meantime, both M rc1a and Marcia waited to hear no more. have your breakfast. Examine, too, today believe to be Impossible. The the new- Syrup of Black-Draught for their -'
K SYlvia had wakened early and were So Heath really had taken the Jewels Is to find In children. The grown folks stick to the "
, : the place where we concealed the problem a square equal powdered Black-Draught; the youngsters t
> astir. from the resisting woman who owned jewel case. You may discover a clew area to a given circle; the area of the probably will prefer it when they outgrow
i.< The kitchen fire was already snapping them-taken them against her will and she has missed." circle equal to that of the rectilineal Adams their childish of Murray love of Ky.sweets.. writes. Mrs.: "I C.have W.

;' merrily .in the stove, however, made off with them Preceding Currier Into the kitchen, triangle whose base has the same used Thedford's Black-Draught (powder)
: and the table was spread before the about thirteen years, taking itfor bilious-
, ,
' ; ,He owned it! Marcia went straight to'the hearth and length and whose altitude equals the ness. Block-Draught acts well and I am
; '
latter made her appearance. Nay, more Far from regretting what pointed to the brick at her: feet. radius. The squaring of the circle thus always pleased with the results. I wanteda
k' : She came In, carrying thick en- good, reliable laxative for my children.I .
th'eratilr
he had done. In his tone rang a note becomes the problem of finding
"It was here we put the Jewel:case, have found Syrup of Bla .Draught to
velope. of satisfaction In his accomplishment.She she said. of the circumference to the di- be just that." I
t' "Why, Sylvia, how you startled me !" believed him In 1SS2 LIndemann ;
had never guilty. "I think, with your permission, I will ameter. proved BLACK-DRAUGHT '
r;,' Ii" Marcia exclaitded. "I did not hear you Not until she heard the, bItter irrevocable take up the brick:," the little man at that this ratio, known as pi, is'a trans- /
> come down stairs. Why are you up so number and hence since i
confession from his own lips her elbow quietly announced. cendental It
-; early?" did she waver;'and even then she bat "Certainly," acquiesced Marcia. Is not the root of any algebraic equation e iJ ij j
"I'm to town to catch the i iI
,:, going tled against the truth, refusing to be Taking out his knife, Currier knelt cannot be constructed to an as- e o o 1D J i
f; mail. I have to off this
morning get
sumed unit by the extraction of the
convinced. There must be some explanation
W''-. and soon had the brick out of Its I
letter. she told herself. Nevertheless ole. square root, that Is by using straight e e eDO
: "Have to?" the shock was o\erwhelming. edge and compasses.-Washln Star. (i I
Beneath It lay 'the jewel case,
"Yes-to Hortle. You see It rdldn't i
"
Her head swam. Her! heart beat wrapped as before in Stanley Heath's you suffer burning, scanty or !
( answer promptly. he might think the wildly. handkerchief. Sisters Under the Skin frequent urination; backache, I
candy had gone astray," explained the monogrammed headache dizziness loss of
of Indian maid- energy I
she reiterated Primitive the
F "I must not give way ways
"Marcia could not believe her
: eyes. leg pains swellings and puffiness J
,
(; differed but little from those
"I old
of
girl."Oh to herself. must put on a ens
of course, you must thank him "But-but-it wasn't there when I under the eyes? Are you tired, nerve :
t brave front. He must not suspect I of their white sisters of today, says ous-feel all and don'tknow
for the candy Marcia agreed. "Still, looked. I could swear it wasn't""Who unstrung (
t Pathfinder Magazine. Arapaho girls
know. what is ?
"' Is It necessary to do so In such a rushto could have taken: It out? Andif wrong i
i walk It took a few moments for her to regain kept a good supply of "sweetsmelling"leaves Then give some thought to your i
to the this
., village morning some one did why return anythingso
her grip on herself, to drag back on hand for their garments and kidneys. Be sure they function properly I
"I mean to row over." her ebbing .strength. valuable? Currier inquired. perfume made from weed seeds fee for functional kidney disorder ;

!>., "I'm afraid you"can't, dear. I'discovered Then slit} knocked at the door. "I don't know. I do not understandit their hair. Instead of a tiny compactthe mits excess waste to stay in the perV .;

last night, the boat was gone "Here !Is your coffee, Mr. Heath," at all," the woman replied. "Thereis Arapaho damsel carried a toilet and to poison and upset the

Eleazer Crocker must have appropriated she called. something uncanny about the whole case made of animal hide in which she system.

I\I It when he was here yesterday. J I "Come In, Mrs. Howe. I'm afraid affair." i kept her paints, powder pr/! jwvruujetogether kidneys Use Doan's only. They Pills.are Doan's recommended are for the ,;;

shall give him a good lecture' when I I we've delayed you. I had entirely for- "Well, at any rate, the gems are with a hair-parter, a porcu- the world over. You can get the gen .
see him. It Is a serious thing to be gotten about breakfast and so, I'll be here ,now," said Currier in a matter- pine-tail brush earrings and other jew uine, time-tested Doan's at any drug :

letf out here with no way 'of getting bound, had Currier. You met my right- of-fact tone. lr. Heath will be much elry. Indian mothers taught their stare i;

4 to land. In fact, here we are with this hand man down stairs, I take It." relieved. Shall I go up and-" daughters proper deportment and i

, tremendously Important letter that "You, found the house without "I'll go," Marcia cried. "It won't warned them to pay no attention to 9i

,:I must be posted Immediately-willynilly. trouble Marcia inquired, making an take me a minute. I'll be :right bacU- flirtatious young braves who soughtto 0 ,

} ." effort to address (he newcomer In a "As you prefer, madam." attract tbeir attention by mirror

.: With eyes brimming with laughter, natural, off-hand manner. Off flew Marcia. flashing, etc. i I II




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I:" Is the ExpensiveWife .



i! OUR ,COMIC SECTION Loved A Most? 55 Do You -


Ideal Mate One Who Cre- ,
1'I Ever
I
1 : ates Happiness at Not

I I S 5 Too Great a Cost.

II I WonderWhether .

FINNEY OF THE FORCE By Teti 'L"ah'in NutsI '.. "I have Just 'learned that In the

Belgian Congo, where wIves are pur-

chased, a man, Is' afraid to purchasea the"Pain"

I SAY, OFFICER wife at a bargain price, that is be-
CAN You .*t el.L ME \-f low the prevailing rate, because she Remedy 'You Use ::,
1'wNAT will afterwards reproach him with is SAFE?
THAT BuiLDIM(?- ,
" / 1l5 r not loving her as: he paid so little
: OVER '
."There don't seem to be any Indi-
and Find Out
. < Aldual[ ) problems any more. At any .
,rate, 'her 's one we share with the /
1- L6 n women' of, the Belgian Congo.: From I

my observation of selfish, extravagant Don't Entrust Your S ,::1

women who keep their hus- Own or Your Family'sWell ;:
bands' noses. to the_ grindstone, and
t ; thet\\ others who try to be real partners \ Being to Unknown :

; and helpmeets I have
many Preparations :'
times been ready to conclude that

; men do indeed value their wives not 'T'HE person to ask whether the

according to what those whes-' do preparation you or your family _
for them; but according to what they are taking for the relief of headaches '
cost them. The more expensive they is SAFE to use regularly is your ,
family doctor. Ask him 'i
*"", particularlyabout ;
the love .
are, more they them. '
Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.
"What do.jou thiflk,about,it?" will
He tell you that before the
I The above query. was received bya discovery of Bayer Aspirin most"pain" '

:;, THAT BE\ INDEED ? AND CAN 'CHAT 01 UON'1' KNOW-- woman:.\vriterof note, who answers remedies were advised
THERE as follows: against by physicians as bad for the
ttONEOTHER You TELL, ME oi BELIEVE ;
BUT stomach and often for the heart.
We have all seen cases In point of ,
THAU TH1 i\ Nov MANY CRAZY 1 E SOME 1W0 Ht1N'R' ,, 'our.rea:rees argument. We have seen Which is food for thought if you
'
.' INSANE AS-fLWAJ( PeopLE ARE IiJTI --7 ODD PATIENTS women who apparently gave nothing seek quick, safe relief.
Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin
and got everything; women whose
ERE Z the fastest methods discovered 1
among yet
first second and
last
-L-\ thought was for the relief of headaches .
1 / of themselves, not only indulged but and the pains of rheumatism, neuritis
f .adored by the men ,whom they were and neuralgia. And the experience -
"' i "' 'I'=::: not giving a square deal! On the of millions of users has proved !
-1t1 S other hand we, have seen wives ,who it safe for the average person to use
;" / n regularly. In your own interest remember .'
stinted themselves to ,help their men:
fSfi :-- i get on?'who worked and saved ,and this.
,..:-. :" ,: 1 slaved for them, who apparently had You can get Genuine Bayer
-1 1H \ Aspirin at drug store- simply
.. or.: any
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I i OH: BEAUTIFUL A Career Projected"So War Calculations'

, I they won't let you say anything '"Do you think; the, ,next war will be
In congress," said Farmer Corntossel. fought In theafrT"No Q HELLO-MAW?
"No," answered the youthful states- ," answered 'Senator' Sorghum.'' --I-A-
l H man. "If'gasses are 'as' 'powerful as they' YOU OONT WEED ITHVT IS-WELL.'
: skirmishes won't,lea\e A PYGL'Acs TO
\Vell, you jes' stand pats One o' say, few, anybody -

these days, when they come around -, to ''fight. ',the. neit'" : ,'\\ar.. :," FIND QUALITY
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Mr. :T. (reading-The drums 'were Then you'llget the,reputatou of"be In' a '<'Dog: Doing WelfNelghboi
sphinx, which Is' one of the most valu- -:Mrs. Dingbat do you. WRIGLEY'S
,,ruffled. able in have." know that jour dog barks: all night? CALLED TO
things a man politics can
Mrs. I think drums
J.- would look WHAT YOU
'. ,Mrs. Dingbat-Yes, I know he docs.
real cute with ruffles on them. 1 G' WANT FROM
But don,' about him-he sleeps
J I worry : O THEr STORe.m
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Starting Off Well There was a crash in the hallway,, /, .

Mrs. Hoity (engaging a new cook,91" )- and mother rushed out to find Benny .. "'HOT'.STUFF
: I suppose you Know that my husband sitting ruefully on the floor at the foot
'l.3 :Is extremely particular about his food? of the stairs. .

; Cook-Yes I Know, i mum. They're "Did :you miss a step, Benny,", she
,all alike. My ole man was jest the inquired anxiously.
same. I never cooked anything to "Xo, mom,'" groaned Benny. "I hit
please 'im In me life!-E\erjbody's everyone." '

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Summer Bo.arder-WIsh I could bea the sands of time." GUM ;ie

I' farmer and work and live with the "I don't know, answered Senator
i :blue sky overhead always.Farmer Sorghum. "Politics out ,my way has
l' Brown-That would be all been requiring too much gum-shoe

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PAGE TEN '..-- i THE 'CLEWIBTON NEWS ? -FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1935
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and Postoffice .Building, Jacksonville -
More Arson
Su"spectsApprehended
McWILLIAMS! DREDGE Fla., but attention is invited to

the following regulation as to the Mitzi Stars In The Kitchen TooBy In Ga.
,
manner In which such informationmay

WILL ARRIVE SOON be furnished: Barbara B.NOW Brooks r

"Where interested parties desire that'Mitzi Green, child star (Moore Haven Democrat)

data necessary for the preparationof the movies and vaudeville,
TO WORK\ IN 3-MILE Homer C. Starling Dave .
Royalsand
their appeal to the Board of En- has reached the advanced age of

gineers for Rivers and Harbors, it 16, she has put away her dolls and Jim Taylor, formerly of Belle
the district roller skates and is going in for I31'* Glade
will be given verbally by were apprehended by SheriffJ.
(Moore Haven Democrat) more grown-up activities. Mitzi has
engineer, or in his absence, by the J.
Wiggins,
First work in Three-Mile canal Is such a sunny disposition that she Constable J. C.

expected to start next week with the senior assistant engineer connected gets a lot of fun out of whatever Sealey and a special insurance
with the improvement. They will not: she is doing. She says, however,
of the
arrival here big eight-yard last
:
be permitted to have access to the that a lot of her keenest enjoymentcomes investigator Thursday
Marion dragline of the MacWilliams report without authority from tho i from cooking-and that may rr\\ night In Pearson Ga., as suspects In
Dredging Company, contractors on
I seem a very commonplace pursuitto I
Chief of Engineers. the ,arson of the Holiness' church
this division of ,the river work. This most people.
You are requested to communicate -
machine has been at work at Port Cooking isn't commonplace to wtp" building here a few weeks ago. They
the foregoing to
Mayacca on a sub-contract the com- any persons Mitzi, though, for, being on the road were brought here Saturday and are

pany had with the Arundel Corpor- known by you to be interested in the so much of the time she has few being held in the county jail to
,
Improvement and who not being
opportunities to don an apron and
ation.Work known to this office, do not receive grab a mixing bowl. But when she await the outcome of an Investigation -
was finished at Port Mayacca -
this week and' the machine was a copy of this communication.EARL I does she proves that her talents are before being bound over to the
I. BROWN, not confined to the stage and screen. ,,
loaded on'a barge and Is expectedto >F ..i spring term of circuit court. A
Colonel, Corps of Engineers One of her specialties is waffles, La fourth
I suspect
) was taken into
arrive here today or tomorrow. tasted : cus-
and
Division ''Engineer. you never saw or more Sri ':A I
r
Company officials state that the ma- delicious waffles than Mitzi's. It N Y tody by the same officers at Canal

chine should be ready,to begin work I seems she picked up the trick of Point Sunday named Chrlsch White.

about the first of the week at the Former Official Dies- I making them with bran. What a I These arrests followed quickly, -

start of their contract just south of rich, crisp, nut-like flavor they ter the -arrest of Ethanuel Meeks,
have! After you have tasted the
the first of last
the hurricane gate. I week. Meeks confessed -
first one you want more and more. I
It has been generally understood (Continued from page 1) !I Mitzi is a generous little soul, !I to having, taken part in the

that! the MacWilliams Company had the widow and daughters survive asweif I. so she shares her recipe with us. ( burning of the building and named

,miyi;) |} Ja;'arngements for filling in a sister, Mrs. Gilbert Frazier Here it Is: __ n., I the others' as accomplices.

the levee gap at the lock and excavating of 868 Juniper Street, Atlanta, Ga. I Mitzi's Bran Waffles States' Attorney Roy D. Stubbs
as as Mitzi here is
generous my
the turning basin but the dis- Both Mr. Ames and his wife were active recipe for cookies was here Monday for the purpose of
1& cups flour : I
trict U. S. Engineer office at Jack- in the 'organization and building, 3 teaspoons baking powder AII-Bran Butterscotch I examining the prisoners but the, outcome -

sonville has announced 'that they of the Community church here and 34 teaspoon salt Refrigerator Cookies of his examination has not

will receive bids for this work un- were members of the church. 2 2' eggs teaspoons(separated sugar) 1 cup butter .:.y.. been disclosed., However, it is gen-

til Friday, November 29 at 2:00. The body was brought from Tuc- I 1 1 cup tablespoon milk or melted more shortening 2 I egg cups brown sugar erally understood that the evidence / '

This calls for 41,000 cubic yards of' son 'to Atlanta by Mrs. Ames and interment *t cup all-bran 1 cup all-bran "'against them is sufficient to warrant -

excavation. Original plans were for I' will be made 'tomorrow. ) Sift together the dry ingredients.Beat 2 3 teaspoons cups flour baking powder ( their being bound over to the \ .- '

the dredge "Welatka" to do this The sympathy of Clewiston is ex- the eggs until light, separatingthe Cream butter; add sugar gradually i next term. of circuit court.

work but the dredge was sent to tended to the sorrowing family and whites and yolks. To the beaten and beat until thoroughly I _

Okeechobee for three weeks and many floral offerings have been sent yolks add the shortening and partof mixed. Add egg and all-bran. Sift I SHOLTZ TO LEAD'llOTORCAD
at Clewiston. the milk, and mix this with the flour with baking powder and add TO GREET PRESIDENT
then tied up indefinitely from here as tokens of the esteem in I i IX GA.
sifted dry ingredients.. Add all- to the first mixture. Shape into
which Mr. Ames was held here.
bran. Beat thoroughly and add
to do the roll about lj/fc inches in diameter. I ,Tallahassee Nov. _
The dredge coming in 21 (FNS) ,
milk
enough more (or water) to wrap in waxed paper and store in
work here is known as Plant No. ELIZABETH WINN CELEBRATES make a smooth batter about as refrigerator until firm. Cut into I Governor Dave Shoitz % announcedthis

102 and is a huge machine with 165- BIRTHDAY' WITH PARTY thick as cream. Fold in the whites thin slices and bake on ungreased I week that he would lead a motorcade -

foot boom.Clewiston. -T and cook in hot, greased,waffle 'iron cookie sheet in, hot oven (425e F..) I in'to Georgia to greet President -

Elizabeth Winn entertained a' All-bran butterscotch'refrigera- about 10 minutes. Roosevelt on. his "home com-
I tor cookies are another appetizing Yield:' 7% dozen,cookies.2
Inchesin .
large number of friends Wednesday j ing" to Warm Springs.
Below QuotaIn bran delicacy, and to show that I'm diameter. ,'
afternoon, .on her twelfth birthday. I I I Hon. J. B. 'Hodges of Lake; City,

i Games were played on the lawn chairman; of the Florida Democratic

Red Cross Drive and prizes for games were awarded i I executive committee, was ..named by
from Clewiston, LaBelle and Paho- though the quail in Glades countyis
to Julia Ann Oglesby and Mary Ellen the Governor to head the committee
kee, bagged two deer and several said to be less abundant than I which will the
Smith. arrange motorcadeand
The annual Red Cross roll call or turkeys. I usual.IS .
Angel food cake, hot ch fcolate provide, for seating, for Flori-
drive for memberships which was to I
and'saltines, candy and nuts were One of the most successful trips dians in the Atlanta staciu>* where
have closed Thanksgiving Day has ', was that made by J. O. Alderman, the president fs to
served to: Martha. Van. de,Velde, Roberta speak.
been extended for a few days and Splcer, Margaret VonMach, I I. E. Scott, Sinclair Bales and Lloyd YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? The motorcade will leave Tallahassee -
is time for Clewiston to
there yet '
Sue::VonMach, Barbara Smith, MaryElJe'n. Farnam.' They brought back eight I at 6 A. M. November 29th.3FAMOUSMAGAZINES .
her record of a large percentage '
keep up
.. Julia Ann turkeys from the Big Cypress coun-
Smith ,Oglesby, I
E. L.
of memberships.
paid Nora, Oglesby Doris Simmons ns, JoAnn try and ate, one in camp. They stat- .
Stewart, who is managing the local .. ..
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Parker., Rhunnelle McGehee, ed that turkeys seemed to be much ..
cfewiston ,
i
drive that is
reports
this
more plentiful season than for
.Tune Hooker, Shirley Moon, Mamie
somewhat below her quota this :year : .
Johnson, F.ay Lou Mitchell, Ann several seasons past and that fox ,
and below the record made last
far
squirrels, quail and dove I _
Pafford, ,LaDeen ;Deters, Beulah were especially ,
numerous.N. (A List of 22 to Choose From
year.A CDuffiGloria' Mc- : ) -
Guthrie, Betty,, ,
record of the drives over the f _
Duffie, Janie Brantley. L. Langdale brought in a deer I
state last year shows that Clewiston AND
Friday, morning, his first of the sea
chapter was third in the state for 'I
REPAIRS AT BARRACKS son.
percentage of paid memberships to The'Tampa '
; Daily Tames.J
chapter population. The chapter Duck hunters have been having
The: fining room at the Barrackshas
population of Clewiston was givenas unusually good success on the Lake.
been, redecorated and, painted Both the Liberty Point Fish Camp
2,282 with 12.22 per cent enrolled 0 ONE YEAR:
during the past week in preparation '
in the roll call last year. The and Slngletary's Camp )at Nicode- I '
for the opening of the sugar mill mous Slough, report that few hunt- I (
two ,leaders, Caryville, with a popu- FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00
and Mrs. W. A. Davis
Sunday man- ers have gone out without [
lation of 1,684 led with an enroll PLUS 15c
WEEKLY
ager, states that there are many bringing in the bag lim, r,
ment of 41.57 per cent was, first
with Penney Farms with 654 was new registrations every day. it. .An unconfirmed report is that l )!
Among 'those who have moved into novelists Rex Beach and Courtney .
second with 30.73 per cent. f THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD
the' Barracks recently to remain Riley Cooper will be down the latter -

during the supar> feasoni' are: Mr. part of this week for some duck AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS
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North Shore Levee- and Mrs Llo-d Bullen and daughter hunting and fishing from their

of High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. homes in Sebring. .

Geo. "Wilmer' and son, of Tampa, H. Dove and quail hunters have been See the Regular Times Carrier or Write 'Main Office

Continued from page 1) B. Wells, of West Virginia, A. H. for Details .
having their share of the fun also,
all examination and survey reports Loge, :of Indiana, Grover McCrary

of this character are referred. Parties and Tom Humphrey, of New Smyrna ------,----- -- ..

desiring to do so may be heard I Mr. Stiles and Mrs. Beazeale', of

on ;appeal by the board, either orally -=i High Springs; Paul Sammon, of I-

or in writing. Written eommuni- ; Tampa, O. Boyd of Jacksonville, D.

ABoard cations of should Engineers be addressed for ,Rivers to and the I I;I E.Barber.Jones M. C. Henderson and J. E. I S YOUR CkR S LUG G ,I S H ?


,r Harbors, Munitions Building, Wash-

, ington, D. C., and should be mailed 1 I
Hunting Parties Report
in time to be in possession of the

; said board within four weeks from
: Plenty Game In Woods
... the date of this communication. If, I .11,
, however :I '
. you have important data
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to -communicate to the board, which I (Moore Haven Democrat) '

r can not be collected and put in shape Hunting parties returning over

;i'' for proper presentation. within four ; the week-end had, for the most part,
weeks the board should be informed -
I unusual ,
succesj: an r: of this fact' without delay and I plentiful in the Big Cypress hunt-

c request made for an extension of the ing grounds of Hendry and Collier

t'"' 1'initing? date for ,submitting infor- counties. The first deer to be killedso

f imtlon. If oral hearings are desired, far 'as is known was taken in

i V' dates for the same may be, arranged I Glades county. ,

for by correspondence with the Roy Holt again bagged 'the first
. I
board.
deer of the season as he has several

.. Any further information needed seasons. By ten o'clock of the morn-

..' may be obtained by application to I ing the season opened he was home

,: this .office or to the U.. S. Engineer with his kill. W. C. Nail, In the Big

f' Office, Room 240, U. S. Courthouse I Cypress with a group of engineer I

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