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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:; .', ,: FROST DAMAGE HERE Handball Court SUGAR HOUSE Supervisor Is I NEGRO KILLED IN


: Opened Last FridayThe I Here This WeekB.

: :, : SATURDAY NIGHT 13 ANNUAL GRIND I -- TRUCK COLLISION

handball court which has F. Brown, State Supervisor of

> I been built recently on the south side SCHEDULE National Re-employment Sarvica NEAR COUNTY LINERobert
+ ABOUT 50 PER CENTGrowers
: .. of the city hall was opened for play Jacksonville, and spending this

... '. last Friday with Jay W. Moran andJ. I in Clewiston making arrange-

this J. Harrington breaking in the new The U. S. Sugar o for the handling of the district Brinson, negro truck driver -
l' and produce men In
court with a singles game. Mr. Harrington their grinding, season for here, was guest speaker at the employed by M. A. Rose of the
state that Clewiston seems to
area won the game 21-16 and promptly on schedule at : I meeting of the Kiwanis Club Plantation Farms, was killed this ,
have suffered less than section
any
continued with wins over M. E. Von- morning and because of night. morning about 9:30, when his truck
around ,the lake, from the heavy frost
;' \,:. Mach and over both Mr. Moran and preliminary plans, the start In spite of the fact that Mr. Brown !parked by the side:of the road about
-'r: Saturday night which did wide '
;j.' :,- Mr. VonMach. with mid-season efficiency.The s unable to give, BUt any official i a mile east of the county line on
:: spread damage to tender"vegetale I
', Handball is a new game In CJowis- cane cutters, in his talk, he gave a most in- Highway No. 25, was struck by an
around Lake
beans
principally
-." 1 crops Okeechobee. ton dnd one which promises to be groups according to ]I description of the N.R.S. Alfar Creamery truck and turned

very popular. In many of the details ability, began cutting the and explained how it function- over into the canal on the south side \
:, Nothing but the, bean was
I crop
!
.; of play it is similar tennis day morning and loading enlightening his listeners great- of the road. I
;...jP,. ,L damaged here to any great extent and I
', ,,< and is less! expensive to play than wagons to be hauled to on the work' being done by this Mr. Rose stated that Brinson had
it has been estimated that there are
most any kind of game. ,A ball is ings, weighed and shipped placement service. He- ex-
the truck Chevrolet
still 150 acres of beans here and stopped a new
,:' p "'ith toward' Bare Beach which were used slightly larger than a. golf ball pany trains to the mill. A r that the duties of the N.R.S. pick-up, on the south side of the road

and slightly :softer, and the object of only to place men on positions
unhurt. Peas were nipped in spots ply was ready for the while he got out to hold a conversation -
: the game is to bounce the ball against! mill and company officials had previously been signed on with bean the
some pickers on
but the damage was negligible. Ten
acres of tomatoes planted by C. E. the wall at toe end of the court, one the first few days' of rolls and for that reason he north side. They had only been stop-

Miner in the townsite were as green player at a time until someone misses. cate that the yield of sug the service had been severely ped long enough for him to cross the I

I unusually high. by those men out of jobs who
road ana walk down the slope a few
:., and pretty the day after the frost as
I' The ball is served as in tennis from No attempt was made to not registered on relief and feet when the accident occurred. '
they were before ,and picking is expected -
behind a line drawn across the court ord on the opening day as unable to get work because of
to start on the field this week. The Alfar truck was also headed
fifteen feet out from the wall. The custom to break in the having relief cards. This is es-!
Price have increased considerably east toward the company's sub-sta-
I ball hits the wall, bounds back into gradually rather than to true of this section where so '
on all vegetables on northern mar- tion in Belle Glade and something
4 the court and the server's opponent peak production on the have recently been dropped
.' kets since the frost and are expected I apparently happened as he started
must catch the ball on the rebounn About three thousand tons om the payroll of the U.S.En-1
to go considerably higher. This past the parked truck causing the
or on the first bounce, and attempt were ground Sunday and ,
should permit Clewiston growers to I big Reo truck to swerve to the side
to knock it back against the wall In has gradually been increased I Following ftfr. Brown's talk there'
make considerably more out of their and hit the Chevrolet just at the left
such, a manner that his opponent will other days this week. The a period of discussion in which
crops than they wpuld ordinarly have ,I rear wheel. The driver of the Al-
not be able to make the return. It production, reached last ] of the members asked quest
,
made providing further cold weather I far truck, J. S. Byrd, Jr., was thrown
is a fast game and may be played about 4,800 tons but the which Mr. Brown answered" In
does not come in the next few 1 through the windshield by the impact -
either singles or doubles. 21 points the plant is said to be too as only one well informed on
weeks'j wa's cu't
Carbone about the
Brothers, of New and severely
'. firm which has handled a constitutes a game. permit any such regular I subject can do. face and head. He was picked up immediately I
Although built primarily as a Next Wednesday night there win
of produce from this area through ]I Payrolls of the I by a passing car and rush,
place of recreation for office business meeting of the
em- a strictly
their local representative, C. E. i" closed last Thursday night ]: ed to 'Hie hospital in Clewiston wherehe
ployees of the U. S. Sugar Company: which every member is especial-
Miner, have made a ruling that e\ery | the regular company !1 was given first aid and released.
and the U. S. Engineers, the court is urged to attend. Lieut.-Gov. Ken
bit of stuff they receive will be sold I profit from the December The Chevrolet truck rolled over
being left open for public use priorto of West: Palm Beach, will
immediately upon its arrival: and will, which is tomorrow ( twice and into the canal which was
S 4:30: in the afternoon and is be- present to discuss some important
' ,not be' held on a rising market fQr cane cutters and new estimated to be about fifteen feet

[ 'better prices. While the plait of coming increasingly popular every receive their first salary on business. deep at the' point. When located,

,.a' holding. sometimes profits the grow-1) day. 4, office employees of the !' the truck was lying on its side, and

per, considerably it is a .dangerous I having signified their i s s Livonia Congden it was after noon before Glen Ether-

gamble and one that the produce buyer -]. Re-employment Office work New Year's day in ton, with his wrecker from the ,

S who wishes to stay in business re-j the payday will not be held .s Perfect Bridge HandOne Sugarland Service Station, was ableto 1

fuses to, take i I Moves to New LocationThe er week. j j pull 'the truck out. The negro 1 i

I Frost ,damage to beans on the+I The frost ,which did driver was still at the wheel and I i

> south side of the Lake in the South I damage to, truck crops in may play bridge a life-tinte examination showed that his neck, j

Bay and Belle Glade areas has; been !I Clewiston district office of the section last Saturday holding a perfect bridge had been broken.

I estimated, at from eighty to ninety National Re-employment Service was damage whatever to the and the fact that Miss Livonia The Alfar driver stated that a

per cent. Peas, and cabbage, much moved this' week from the back 1'00\ is to be hoped th "there' was dealt a-hand contalrv- front tire had blown"out on his

.more 'cold r resistant, were not greatly -' of the'city hall where it ,has been .lo cold weather of the thirteen clubs in a game recenV' truck and as the tire which struck
-' """ rated since its opening into the room and preserved her composure suf
damaged. : year's freeze to cut short the parked truck was completely

I in the Hopkin's Building recently sugar season. I to bid the hand is an item ruined it is believed that is what

"acated by Greene's Dry Goods Store., real news.' caused the accident. The big Reo

Western Union Has"I|I J. N. Blount, of the Moore Haven 8)N Miss Congden's partner in the truck was badly damaged and a

[ I"V ;office, is still serving as' acting district Caloosa was Fr. F. J. Finnegan and her large number of milk bottles, both

t Low GreetingRatesThe : supervisor, replacing W. P. Ar- Mrs. Josephine Wein- empty and full, were broken in the

ledge who has been critically ill. Miss and John Kettl. The game wreck., The Chevrolet truck is be-

j Leo Willingham, of the Moore Haven being played at the E. J. Rogero lieved to be not so seriously damaged.

Western; Union Telegraph I office has also been transferred here on November ''24.

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Company has announced a new plan I temporarily, the work of that office Despite the warning:: looks from
HERE
HEFFNER-VINSON
of holiday, greetings for this Christ-I being conducted here for the present tyy Marjorie B. i partner, who is said to have held FOR ONE NIGHT SHOW

'mas and New Years with lower rates Mr. Arledge was moved this week -.. I a "bust" hand, Miss Conden

than ever before.A from the Fort Myers hospital where bid seven clubs, was doubjed
I woke this morning
up
and
list, of prearranged greetings lie has been for several weeks, to conviction that Mr. Kettl and she immediately Keeping only the favorites "

have been prepared and will be on Marbury, Ala. His condition is still melancholy The exact number of principal players, the Heffner-Vinsoa

hand at every Western Union office. critical and although reported some no more write a column she scored had been forgot- Players, the greatest show on earthof

Any one of these greetings, regardless -I I better this week it is felt that he has fly to the moon. I had by Miss Conden this week but its kind, i$ bringing the greatest
words than the yearling
talent it has
of length may be sent anywhereIn only a slight-'chance of recovery and inspiration players may easily compute array of musical comedy
no more
Wednesday
carried to Clewiston -
j ever
the United States for twentyfivecents. sizeable figure.
zor-back hog. So I hied of playing
December 11. Instead -
Should ''a wish to send
their own personal person greeting, written Ford Builds Million I the river bank, and sat me three nights as heretofore Mr.
Is
the full Open
der a big tree' in Heffner has combined the three
in thefr own words, the rate will
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be fifteen words for thirty-five cents Cars In 10 MonthsHenry of mon ami the sun. One nights into one night of grand, glor-

in the aforementioned swine came For Surveyman ious fun and beautiful girls. The
anywhere country.A 'I
companionably to my feet, Heffner-Vinson orchestra has been
special type of telegraph blank i Ford has made good his river!,! ambled, by in muddy and minute
enlarged plays a thirty
has been prepared with an art head- DEPARTMENT AT
promise of a year ago to build a million and before I knew it my S. ENGINEER concert before the regular show.
Rockwell.
drawn Norman
ing by DIS'THICT
S Ford cars in 1935, flying and here's the \ OCALA ENGINEER -
Greetings must be filed before mid- FLOHIHAPosi'tion The play itself is brand new never
OCALA,
That ,was the biggest news at the all. Nothing like our first ,
Christmas and New Year's having been shown here before.
night eve San Francisco Auto Show ,and Ford ; to set a topsy-turvy world ; : Siuveyman; Salary : I
for delivery the morning of the holtt 'a less $420 to 'welve vaudeville acts, including Her-
20 to $2000
dealers were happy over the achieve- 'a few whiffs of the year
day. The ever increasing popularity and man Lewis, one of America's great-
: for subsistence
> ment of the Ford Motor Company be- clear a stupid brain'more a year
of the telegram as a method of greet- est black-face comedians and late
cause it evidenced the nationwide than a "dope. ,
has to Neil O'Brien minstrel star, Pat Wil-
ing, prompted the company popularity of this Ford automobile The high light of the APPLICATIONS MUST BE ON
make this low rate this year. WITH THE SECRETARY, lard, queen of the blues singers, Marjorie -
which led all competitors in sales bya me was a trip yesterday to
Noble, acrobatic dancer supreme -
wide margin in the year just coming dredge Norman H. Davis. OF U. S. CIVIL SERVICE '
BARNETT FROS., CIRCUS U. S. ENGINEER OF- Vivian Royce and Dorothy
to a close.In ed work at eight o'clock ,
IX CLEWJSTOX MONDAY i OCALA, FLA., NOT LATER GwinQ, modern rythm tap dancers,
fact, according to local Ford just at McGill's old < The Heff-
novelty and musical acts.
i dealers, Ford,has done better than he She's painted the regular DECEMBER 24, 1935. of
ner-Vinson chorus is composed
Barnett Bros big three ring prophecied. He has built a million ors of red and green, and ; The United States' Civil Service beautiful girls, gorgeously costumed.The .

,'- cus with its host of funny c cir-I cars in ten months time. Total pro- big that she fills up the announces an open com- outstanding feature of the

many cages of rare and wild duction for the full year will prob- gone river. A 1000 horse examination for the position South's
show is Jimmie Heffner, the :
mals, elephants, camels, ]horses, and I aMy run to 1,180,000 cars. Diesel furnishes her with above. From the register
avorite comedia"The ;
an array of men t and women who The millionth Ford rolled off the what it takes, and a 750 from this examination cer beautiful tent '
world's most
daily 'laugh at death in their ex- assembly line at the factory: Thursday : auxiliary motivates the will be made to fill exist-
( theatre will be located next to the
ploits to thrill and amuse will exhibit afternoon, October 31st. 'While i master is Captain and future vacancies in the

in Clewiston Monday, Dec. 9. Henry Fords and Edsel B. Ford, President like the pears," he said- Florida, Engineer District, at city hall.Plans.

.: Old time circus atmosphere will of the Ford Motor Company, bom"in Connecticut not far : salary indicated or at approxi-

\ prevail in Clewiston when Barnett looked on, a black Fordor sedan came birthplace, knows lots of ), the same rAte of pay unless Nearing'End

Bros are here as this show is one I down the assembly line. It looked know,.and drives a Dodge, | is found in the Interest of the ser-

, of the few on the road today which like all 'other cars-'of its model but quite- a bit In common to fill any vacancy by reinstate- For Xmas Cantata"The

'" still clings to the old time' street under its hood was engine number stait. Larry Knapp and F. transfer, or promotion. The

parade. The'parade in Clewiston 2,336,770. It was the, millionth Ford ker are the Inspectors. I named above is subject to ,a "

will leave the, show grounds promptly unit made in the United States since joyed the visit, and 'if you of 3 1-2 per cent toward a' World's True Light a

.5 at noon. January 1st, this year. It left the get down to see the Davis annuity. Christmas cantata by R. M. Stutt will

,. Performance being presented' by production line at 2:55 o'clock and find the road plainly DUTIES.-The duties of this po-; be presented on Sunday evening, De

" ti.: u Barnett Bros this season' is one of I w.ts taken at once for shipment to highway. When she really are Indicated by the title of cember 22, in the school auditorium,

F the most elaborate that the show the company's showrooms in New derway she will put out examination. I It was announced this week by J. E.

has.attempted in the number of York.+ Canadian production 'for the 000 yards: of dirt a month, BASIS OF RATINGS.-Competl- Beardsley, one of the directors of the

years that it has been on tour in first ten 'months added 68,000 more day will find her farther will not be required to report musical service. "

'the United States. to the million. World production of by quite a ':'bit. But you a written examination but will be Probable Eoloists are announced as

? Two performances will be, presented Ford+ units from June, 1903, whenth ways get close enough on their experience and fitness, Mrs.!, G. J. Potter, Kay: Lawler, Frank

'in Clewiston. The matinee ) company started business, to September to watch her work a scale of 100, such ratings being Wright Dennis Small and Robert

will start at 2 o'clock and the night 1st, this year, totaled 23,308- The Moore Haven locks upon competitors' sworn state- Smith with possibly several more

show at 8 o'clock. Doors to the big 6[4. rechristened "Flanders in their applications and upop. added before the night of the presen-

'f show and menagerie will be opened According to eastern .press advices obvious reasons. evidence. ation. There will be about twenty-

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. DECEMBER 6, 1935 .


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ANOTHER prominent figure of the More Humble About Our
News Review of Current passed with the deathof

BRISBANETHIS Earl Jelllcoe, who commanded the Opinions in New KinshipAt

united British fleet in the great battleof

Jutland and was severely criticized ,
WEEKDeath Events the World OverJapan because he did not 'succeed In ''com- the moment, many people are f

deploring "a lack of leadership" in .
pletely defeating the German fleet.

I), )., Jellicoe, who entered the navy as a religion, says Lloyd 'C. Douglas In

From the Air cadet at thirteen years of age, had a Cosmopolitan. "In my opinion, the

Barring the Inventor Suddenly Squelches North China Autonomy colorful career on British ships and In confessed bewilderment of the
administrative positions throughout the churches is a sign of health 'and
The Odds '
Republican Scheme-Italy Struggles Against Economic Sanc world until at the end of four yearsas progress. The recent use of the soft

To Starve Italy governor general of New Zealandin pedal has made the prophet of more

Warfare in Ethiopia consists largelyIn tions-President Talks to Mayors About Taxes. 1024 he practically .retired from value to the people. They sense an

surprising the enemy in some nar official public' life. Intellectual kinship with the honest

row gorge or valley.. man who admits he.Is a bit at a loss '

Ethiopians have EDWARD' W. PICKARD to establish a three hun- to know ,exactly where we are.
:
thus surprised Ital ,, By ; pLANS
anniversary fund at Harvard "Editors who were used to sayingthe
small Western Newspaper Union. .
tans on a university this year, for the last word necessary for the adequate -

rC\ scale. Now the Italians suddenly learned that the It was announced In Rome that 100- awarding of large annual prize scholar instruction of their constituents .
shown JAPAN
have movement In the northern 000 of the recently mobilized soldiers ships to boys in each state of the are writing in phrases tempered .

that the thing can provinces of China, fostered by would be given a furlough of three Union, were announced by President by a new shyness Statesmen, teach '
be done from the
the Japanese army commanders, was months to aid industrial and agricul- James B. Conant In a letter sent to ers, parents, even half-grown children
2,000 .
air killing
by -likely] to prejudice-- her tural production.As 65,000:: Harvard alumni. The fund will are no longer laying down their
warriors,
of Ethiopian whom 20,000 case In the naval con for the Ethiopian war itself, Mus- also be wsed for the' creation of pioneering beliefs with a bang. We are all be-

Y were massed in the ference soon to open solini announced an important change. professorships of an entirelynew coming humble about our opinions.This .

Mezoid In London. There- in commanders. Gen. Emilio de Bono type. is the type of kinship we have
Mel << valley,
south of Makalo. v S i fore the army high was reca.led'with) warm praise for hav- needed more seriously than any other -

Ethiopians, withstood command In Tokyo ing achieved his mission "under ex- AMERICAN business generally is It is somewhere along this road,

with fine told Its subordinateson tremely difficult circumstances" and the terms of the new that we may find<< our peace." I

courage, the attack I the continent to 'was to be elevated to the rank of mar- trade treaty with Canada, made public

Arthur Brisbane with machine guns,. "lay off," and the am-' shal. Gen. Pietro Badoglio, chief of simultaneously in Washington and Ot- In Which Politician and

incendiary and explosive bombs. bilious schemes of staff, was appointed to succeed De tawa. Farmers and the lumber men

MaJ. Gen. Kenjl Dol- Bono as commander in chief of the in- of the northwest will not like It. Economist Are DefinedAn

hara came to naught, vading armies. High tariff. advocates In congress are

England really has free speech. On at least for the presKenji sure to attack the pact, but Its terms
Halle Selassie made twoairplane economist Is who
Emperor a man knowsa
box In Hyde.Fark may uomara
your you
soap cannot be affected for three
Thatplotterwho
years.
what please If do not ent trips to the fighting fronts, great deal about a very little, and
say you you An
had become known as "the Lawrenceof analysis of the pact shows that
advocate crime. visiting Harar and Diredawa and Inspecting who goes on knowing more and more
China departed from the United States grants concessions to
quietly his troops in the South. The about less and less until he finally
But England does not like free Peiping and his early return was not Canada on 79 major commodities, including
government at Addis<< Ababa denied knows everything about practically
speech from another country, throughthe :
expected.
Italian claims that'' 2,000 Ethiopianshad nothing.'I .
ether. The British Broadcasting Tariff slash on four-year-old whisky 1
,
Thus, for the first time In recent been killed in a terrific battle with A politician Is a man who knows
company will, not let Marconi talk from $1 to 50 cents, fifth of a W'a
from Rome to Englishmen over the :years, the Japanese militarists have Italht fliers. ,The communique said: per very little about a great deal and
gallon.
radio. He might convince them thatIt been checked, by the Tokyo government "Information from the commanderof Reductions in duties on specified who goes on, knowing less and less

which Informed them that the troops In the region of Makale states about and until he
Is preposterous to try to starve out -more more, finally
quotas of beef cattle (from 3 to 2
mission of the In Man-
Japanese army the recent Intensive bombardment of knows practically
Italy for doing in Ethiopia what Eng- nothing about everything.
cents per pound on animals over
chukuo did not Include Intriguing for
their positions by ten Italian planes
.
land has done In The -Tit-Bits.
many places. 700
pounds) ; dairy cows (2% to 1I
separation of the Chinese provincesand
caused thirty deaths and slightly
ruling seems hard on Marconi, consid-
cents) ; cream (56.6 cents to 35 cents
that It would not be permitted to
wounded fifty, Instead of the 2,000
ering that he Invented radio. With--
per gallon) ; white or Irish seed -
potatoes
south of the wall withoutan
pass great : killed as mentioned in the com .
out him there would be no "British press (75. to 45 cents per 100
imperial order. "
munique from Asmara.
Broadcasting ,company. pounds) ; Douglas fir and western
Instead of the autonomy coup, the '
hemlock (50 per cent).

Those that make betting a businessare Nanking government was. told by the WHEN a hundred mayors, assem- Reduced duties on lumber and tim-

often sound In their political judg- Japanese authorities In China that It In Washington to discuss the ber of other kinds; Cheddar cheese,

ments. They are at least cold, 'calculating must institute reforms in the northern work relief program, called on the turnips, apples, hay, maple 'sugar, live

; sentiment does not cloud ,their provinces. Akira Ariyoshl, Japanese President, he talked chiefly about taxes, poultry, horses, halibut and some other

vision. ambassador, had a long confer'encewith which he said "have fish ; some leathers and ferro-man-
Dictator Kai-shek in Nan- ?
Chiang
grown up like Topsyin
.
On the Republican Presidential nomination ganese.A
king, and told the press' he had received this country." He ,
the betting now stands: pledge to keep on the free list
assurance that the Chinese government then announced that
Canadian pulpwood, newsprint, unmans
Senator William E. Borah, S to 1.
,Governor Landon of Kansas, 10 to 1. with''was the situation adequately In north prepared China.to he planned to call a ufactured wood, shingles, lath, lobsters, LITTLE JACK HORNER
cope conference of city and
certain furs crude asbestos artificial
,
Senator Vandenberg of 15 SAT IN A CORNER
Michigan,
also received
Ariyoshl said he had as- state officials late In and fertilizers.
to 1. Col. Frank Knox of Illinois, abrasives AFTER EATING A LARGE PIECE OF PIE
surance that Nanking desired to Continue the winter for the
maintain the
15 to 1. Governor Hoffman of1 New pur- A promise to present HE STUCK IN HIS THUMB,

Jersey; Ogden L. Mills, Senator DavidA. friendly relations with Japan. pose of studying the 10 per cent duty on feedstuffs for AND PULLED OUT A TUM,
Neutral observers In China are not whole system of taxation
animals.On .
Reed, all 20 to L / WHICH HE ALWAYS KEPT IN HIS VEST\
convinced that the autonomy movement which, he said, the part of Canada the duties V, POCKET FOR JUST SUCH EMERGENCIES /

Professional bettors agree that Governor will not be revived at the first. '.should: be simplified. are cut on 180 commodities, some of
rvtVAb<
Landon Is gaining, and will j portunit Concerning the matMayor the' leading concessions being: Reductions

probably lead the procession at 6 to 1 d'a ter of continuance of on wheat (from 30 to 12 cents WHY MILLIONS -
in a few days. Band wagon climbers G uar
ROOSEVELT, has gone relief, Mr. Roosevelttold a bushel) ; off-season fresh vegetables
CARRY
: TUMS !
are more and more polite to Governor PRESIDENT
Landon. Springs, Ga., for his an- the mayors : (50 per cent) ; vegetables imported In

nual visit; and for three weeks will "It Is' "a question that' you have to marketing season (35 per 'cent) ; most MILLIONS now know the smart thinr is to
of Turns, always. Heartburn
divide his'' time among rest, politics and combat. My answer, and I am sure classes of faun machinery (50 per gas, and other symptoms of acid indigestion

The "sanctions" wall thrown by Eng- work. lie was to deliver one speechat yours will be the same for 'city goy cent) ; Industrial machinery (35 to 25 have a habit of occurring;at unexpected times. \ '

land and France around Italy, smaller Atlanta; and after his return to ernments, is that we do not propose per cent) ; mining and textile) machinery harsh You don't alkalies have which to drench physicians your stomach have with lone \J -

nations co-operating, to "suffocate and Washington he will journey to Chicagoto to let people starve. Some people will ; radios (30 to 25 per cent) ; electric warned may make the tendency toward acid

starve Italy," as, Mussolini puts It, is deliver an address on December 9 be surprised to find that the gigantic refrigerators; tinplate manufactures indigestion,wocie.contain Turns no soda a real or other scientific alkalies.advancement -

now complete. Two million young organized which probably will be, an 'argument works program will be substantially ; dressed lumber; building materials Instead a wonderful antacid that simply neutralizes -
stomach -the balance
acidity passingout
Italians protest against the for a permanent AAA. carried out by the end of November, ; mo'tor vehicles ; cotton fabrics, of the body inert. Pleasant to eat as candy.

effort to punish Italy for doing to Following his Chicago speech, President just as It was planned last spring." furs, chemicals, silk fabrics, cotton Only lOc a roll. Put.a roll.in your pocket now.

Ethiopia what England and France FOlUHETUMMY
Roosevelt will go to South Bend, The mayors elected F. H. La Guardiaof manufactures, electrical apparatus.Also -\
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have done to other; more nearly civilized L\Mw (
rat cuts lot
Ind., to accept an honorary degree and New York president of their annual on oranges grape- S '
countries.H. ::
and steel manufac- ft'i)
make a brief address at the Univer- conference and Edward J. Kellyof fruit, nuts, iron n.rMS AREANTACID. *.., 1
... rump :!,....c. DISi.
tures.
sity of Notre Dame. The acceptanceof Chicago vice president, a position
NOT A LAXATI ".NOr fo UII"
G. Wells; aged sixty-nine, yoanger Place magazines and potatoes on the
this invitation was considered .an usually leading to the presidency the .
and more brilliant than free' list. T Ma week atyourdrueglst'a Beau-
when he FREE
adroit political move because of his recent following La Guardia succetfcls : tlnU5Colorl9351938CaenlarTliermometcr ; -
wrote "Doctor JtIore u's Island" and Moan ,A pledge to grant the United States, with the purchase of a lOo roll of Turn
refusal to take action con- Daniel W. of Milwaukee.The .
any or a 25c box of NR 'The All Vegetable Laxative)
"The War of the Worlds," now in on 767 articles, the, lowest rates paid
cerning the Catholic persecutions in
recommended that the
America on his mayors non-British .
way to see Hollywood, by any country.A
\t- says, "The film) Is a finer art than Mexico. social security act be amended to include promise to keep raw cotton on I

, .' the novel, stage or the opera.", old age pensions for municipal the free list and, to put tractors on Ringworm on Head.

I SOMETHING new under the sun Is employees and urged co-operation by that listPRIME

' ,' Britain's ambassador Is tried out-an economicwar cities with the Department of Justicefor '- Child Cried All
conferring
with our State department to put a stop to a military war. the suppression of crime. MINISTER STANLEY BALDWIN -
concerning Fifty-two nations are united in the
Japan's plan to seize Chinese provinces, and his Conservative government the Time
of sanctions
containing 95,000,000 Chinese, 35,000 imposition POPE PIUS surprised the world by party won an Impressive victory

' 000 more than the total population of against Italy, which twenty new cardinals, who In the British parliamentary elections

Japan. became an outlaw nation will be Installed at a secret consistory although the La- Cuticura.Relieved ",
IS .
November
f
If the : on December 16 and a public one Decem- borites succeeded in decreasing -
Japanese could control, arm b decree o'f the
and 100,000,000 y ber 19. In the group are fifteen Italians : the Conserva-
use Chinese In ,
the air Nations.
and League of two Frenchmen, one Argentine, tive majority in the "Ringworm started with a white
the
on ground that would
be intel-
: Four league nations,' ; ope Spaniard and one Czechoslovakian.With house by about 60 crust on my little boy's head. Then (:"l ,
But
esting. it
would r.
not be
our busI- ,unimportant
and all refused these additions the sacred college seats. Baldwin himself it turned into eruptions'and his head -
ness, it Is to be hoped that the
to
British will not participate. will have sixty-nine members, ,the r was unopposed for was In a terrible way. These eruptions
persuade State
department that this our' They are Austria, largest number in the history of the, "Y a re-election, but Ram- itched and when he scratched
i country ought to
Hungary, Albania and ) AY. MacDonald lord them they would burn, and more
attend to it. church and only one short of the full say

r Paraguay., Indirect complement: The sacred college will president of the coun- broke out lIe could not rest, but
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, support Is given the of Italians cil and former prime cried all the time.
now be composed thirty-nine
Young, men Gen. Badogllo
are coming back into two'non.. -
fashion. league by and thirty non-Italians. minister;. was badlyN "I tried different remedies, but the
I Dr. Alan Valentine, only. member nations, the United States defeated, as was his lasted Then ,I
eruption one year.
thirty-four, former master of Pierson The pope also named the Most Rev. Ramsay I
I and Germany. Nearly all the world'schief
I Malcolm who has
son, used Cuticura Soap and Ointment,
college at Yale, is made president of' Joseph C. Plagens, recently auxiliary MacDonald
ports are closed to Italian goods, been mInister Of col .
and head Is relieved.I
boy's
now
Rochester university and starts well bishop; of Detroit, as bishop of the di- my
and exports to Italy of arms, war ma- onies. The elder MacDonald left will never be without Cuticura
by denouncing the ocese of Marquette-Sault Ste. Marie,
"ballyhoo" of college '
terials and a long list of key productshas Labor to form the national -
the party Mrs.
Soap and Ointment" (Signed) ,
athletics, football especially. He Mich., and Most Rev Gerald P. O'Hara,
stopped. Loans and credits for government, and the Labor-
speaks with auxiliary bishop of Philadelphia as Margaret Carter, 840 GreenmountAve.
authority ,
not
as a weak
the 'Italian government, public bodies,' had been after his scalp ever
Ites Baltimore Md. May 27 1935.
,
,
,
ling bookworm, for he was a college bishop of the Savannah diocese.,
corporations and individuals are for- The government party will havea
athlete at Swarthmore, member of the since. Soap 25c, Ointment 2oc and 50c,
bidden. majority of about 250 in the next Sold One
25c.
Talcum everywhere.
Olympic team at Paris in 1028; ,HENRY P. FLETCHER
Should this momentous action succeed CHAIRMAN houseof commons. sample each free. Address : "Cuti

I It would seem that the end of national committee Laboratories Dept. R Malden
The American cura ,
Bankers
: association Benito Mussolini and the Fascist regime issued a call for a meeting of the O CANON of ethics was violatedby Mass.Adv.Dreakupihat.

reveals the interesting' fact that our in Italy is In sight. Should It committee' in Washington on December the lawyers' committee of the

1 banks hold fifteen thousand million fail, the League of Nations falls, the 16 to fix the time and place of the American Liberty league when it of-

f: ,4011ars' worth of government bonds-In British communications In the Mediterranean party's national convention of 1936 and fered to ,defend gratis the constitutional -

!\ figures, $15,000,000,000. would be threatened, and the to consider the apportionment of dele .rights of any citizen unable to '

Well might a most Important officialof peace of the world would be menaced. gates. It was reported that Chicagowas pay fees for such defense. ,:Moreover, !

I' the government say: "Inflation?' Standing steadfast against the sanctions In the lead 'among the cities seek- the lawyers' committee is Justified In r-fAI a WalJ
We have It now, biggest
ever seen, Premier Mussolini proclaimedthe ing the convention. preparing and disseminating "opinions
frozen In the banks.
breaks loose." Walt'. until It day on which they were established Mr. Fletcher also announced the appointment upon legislation with particular refer \ w

"a day of Ignominy and iniquity of a committee of sixteen ence to the constitutionality of such

," had been declared the prominent industrialists and lawyers to legislation." the
After the Tory election In as by Perhaps surest way to prevent a cold
prices went soaring on London's England Fascist grand council. The day was raise a big campaign fund. WilliamB. Such Is the opinion the AmericanBar from' catching hold"and getting worse is,

stock made a holiday, flags flew from all Bell of New York, president of the association's committeevon profes- w tt. at once, to Cleanse interior -

exchange. Companies that make war buildings and there were numerous an American Cyanamld company, will be sional ethics 'and grievances, given in FREE rally. Do it the pleasant tea-

weapons 'and materials were most gry demonstrations against the mem- chairman of the committee, and CharlesB. response to a complaint made by C. SAMPLE cup way Flush' the system

buoyant The masses had voted for ber nations of the league. The fron- Goodspeed, assstant treasurer of the N. Davie of Atlanta, Ga. The bar GARFIELD. TEA with a hot CM of Garfield
more, bigger. and better. battleships Tea-the mild/easy-to-take
and war; If necessary. tiers of Italy and Its ports were closedto Republican national committee, Chica- committee emphasized that It ex- Brooklyn CO., Dept., N.Y.59 liquid laxati ve.At drug-stores/

,i C King Features Syndicate. Inc goods of those nations except for go lawyer, will be vice chairman. Manyof pressed "no opinion as to the sound-

WNU: Service certain necessities. Restrictions of the members have never before par: ness of the conclusions reached by the l j ,.

I food, fuel and light' were put In force. ticipated actively In national politics. national lawyers' committee."

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} """"IMPROVED HO All Aound g] seams and hems. "' Quick, Complete

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL 3RE "

House palms should not be.exposed Pleasant
:; B the House r J JA to the direct rays of 'the sun

; :.' SUNDAY DAY nor should they be placed near a
\y' ILesson ? ELIMINATIONLet's
radiator.
little olive oil rubbed over paper ,
*
, By REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. DR. JAMES BARTON that has stuck to a polished surface
, :- Member of Faculty Moody Bible and makes It easier When potatoes are baked in their be frank. There's only one way for
to
softens ,
.' Institute of Chicago. Talks About.> paper skins the moisture in potato suppliesthe your body to rid itself of the waste matters .
y' Western Newspaper Union. remove. that cause,acidity, gas, headaches,
steam that makes the
texture of
: Weight and Your Shape bloated feelings and a dozen other dis
the vegetable soft and'meal at the
: Rings of canned pineapple brownedand comforts-your intestines must function.To .
Lesson for December 8 THE office of many physicians same time preserving the flavor. make them quickly pleasantly
move
.. sprinkled with chopped green *
there is and
a height ,- completely, without griping.
make attractive
NEHEMIAH REBUILDING THE weight table for children and peppers and pimientos ;: an Gravy will not soak through the Thousands of physicians recommend

WALL OF JERUSALEM garnish. for steak, chops or lower crust of a meat pie if the Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend
:. adults which states in a general
roasts.
Milnesia wafers as an efficient remedy
white of an egg is brushed over lower I
should for mouth'acidity .
the amount )
LESSON TEXT-NehemUh 4691521. way, one crust of pie.
GOLDEN TEXT-The people had a weigh for a. certain height. Always Iron ecru linens on .the Associated? Newspapers.-WNU Service.. These mint flavored candy-like wafersare
milk of Each waferis
mind to work. Nehemlah 4:6. pure magnesia.
: PRIMARY TOPIC-When Friends However, not only In children but wrong side. Ironing on the right. approximately equal to a full adult

fir t: Work Together. In adults also the physician has learned side robs them of their luster. dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed ,

: JUNIOR TOPIC-Team-Work. that the table is only a guide for the G thoroughly in accordance with the directions '
,'/ INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR normal -or average Individual and yet ItC'NG SttJ' 1\ CRACKEDSKIN on the bottle or tin,then swallowed,
,.; TOPIC-Team-Work. When pressing neckties, cut a they correct acidity, bad breath, flatus ,
: ADULT the physician has learned that thereis
,'i'--t',-' '., YOUNG PEOPLE AND piece of cardboard the shape of tho lence, at their source and at the same ,J
; TOPIC Co-operation in Religious no normal or average individual. tie and slip Inside of it. Cover tie time enable quick, complete, pleas-
Work. Each and one or'us is of a certain I
every ant elimination. ; .
with a cloth and press with hot Iron. "
..... I. Nehemiah's Mission to Jerusalem type of build. :i have spoken be- Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20

'.", (Neb. 2).. fore of the three "usu- OUS scpeyBRpKEM and 48 wafers, at 35c and 60c respec
\ .: ;, While performing his official duty al" types of build (a) Elll .. tively, or in convenient tins containing
" Get Rid of Poisons 'Ie Each wafer is .
as cupbearer to the Persian king, Ne- where the body or 12 at 20c. approximately .
adult dose of milk of All
hemiah l learned of the distress of his trunk Is narrow, and For skin troubles-Itch,cracking, an magnesia.
the Produced by Constipation ,Ing and,scaling-there is nothing lIPe good drug stores'carry them. Start using
brethren at Jerusalem. The walls of short but legs are cleansing laxative-purely vege-- Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing' till. these delicious, effective wafers today. .,'
the city were broken down, its gates very long; (b) where fable Black-Draught the first There may be fancier preparations but' I Professional samples sent free'to registered ;
nothing that will do the work like this
burnt, and the remnant of the captives the trunk is quite wide thought of thousands of men' and famous oil. It not only destroys ,the physicians or dentists if requestis
j = were In great affliction and re- and long and the legs vfomenwho have found that by restoring parasites that cause many skin troubles made on professional letter head.
are short; (c) where ,but, at the same time, helps heal the
of PRODUCTS
proach. This news greatly moved the downward movement : sore and damaged skin. SELECT Incorporated ,
him. He definitely asked God to give P the body and legs seem the bowels many disagreeable symptoms of The most stubborn cases of Itching 4402 23rd SU.Long Island City, N. Y.
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be relieved., .
., the king a favorable attitude toward to be more nearly constipation Mr. J. P. Mahaffey.promptly can of Clinton, 'S. C., and treatment scaling usually skin that yield defy to Dr.every Porter's other
his In answer to his prayerhe equal in length. writes: "I have found that Black-Draught Oil.' it ,
project. Antiseptic Healing Try on your
is effective in the cleansing of the
was granted a leave of absence Naturally the short system.very When affected by the dull' head. itching or broken out skin and see how
the ache, the drowsiness and lassitude caused effective It is. Dr. Porter's Antiseptic iDB"
narrow body on
and credentials :
from the Persian court- Dr. Barton by constipation. I take B1ack-Draught." Healing 011 is made by the makers of
\ f ; from the king. He journed to Jerusalem long legs Is not goingto A natural, purely vegetable laxative.BLACKDRAUGHT. Grove's Laxative. Bromo Quinine and
sold by all druggists at 30c and 60c wIth
weigh as much for its complete
and made a survey of the city guarantee satisfactlonormoney back.
by night without disclosing his purpose height as the wide long body on the ,1

to anyone. Having thus obtained short legs, and where there Is the

nearly equal length of body and legs
'V 'V first-hand information, he called; the I
representatives of the Jews togetherand the weight 'will be more for the height

said, "Let us build the walls of than the first and less than the second.

Jerusalem." Three Basic Types.

,,. ....... II. Preparation for the Building Now these three types are called the

:, ; (Neh. 3). fundamental or basic types but there Ss
The division of labor In this project -
are many variations from these where h
.! displayed' Kchemiah's administrative the individual gets his particular ,

,, ::\::', ability. A wise distribution of labor "shape" because of the overactivity or S C V

: .:.- makes difficult tasks easy. Observe
underactivity of certain glands of the
: : .; some outstanding features of his ad-
body. Not only is the "shape" or body
.;: ; ." ';- ministrative work. build affected by the over or under' sup-
>: :': : c' 1. He laid stress upon indifference. of
ply the, Juices of 'these glands but
; L'> /. In administrative tasks it Is
proper
I
hair skin dis-
eyes, ears, intelligence .
S. .
\::. that unfaithfulness should be pointed position and other parts or character- %

:,;}\ out. Such action serves as a warning istics of the body are also affected.I
;::f" to the unfaithful and encouragement
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When the thyroid gland in the neckis
'
; : to the faithful.
,
V
over-active the individual Is slender
2. Help rendered by the women (v. k'V
and built like, a racehorse or
grey i i.rt
12). It Is a fine thing for the womento ,
hound, whereas when the thyroid I 0
take hold even In building a wall I
V gland is un r-active the Individual Is
5r" when there are no men to do it. .
heavy and fat and built more like: the ,
:. .,' 3. Stress laid upon earnestness of :
very ,heavy dray horse or bulldog. i
some (v. 20). Recognition of fidelity
;' When the little gland at the base of
\j';: .:r ,. will spur one on to faithful performance -
V ,. V of his task. the skull, no larger than a pea, is over-
V active everything seems to be on the
S5 4. Every one built over against his

own house (vv. 10, 23, 28). There is "long"! side-long' arms and legs,-giving

C:5 no incentive for exertion quite so a slender appearance-long fingers, < ,

. I If" strong as that which'concerns a man's'own long front teeth ; whereas with this

family. gland under-active the individual is of
, \2 the short thick or stubby type. WIDER FLATTER
5. Certain guilds of men undertook ,
certain work (vv. 8, 31, 32). Wise ad- When the adrenal glands (one above TREAD WITH MORE {; \!'- .'cs +\

ministration sometimes calls for such each kidney) are overactive we find RUBBER oN THE ROAD t \V cf >

alignment of efforts. Men of the same the strong short bull neck, the broad vef f&z f $V V V V G\

class and occupation usually work best wide abdomen (often protruding), O! \

" together. hands and arms short and thick and 7rM/i yr' xA 'sY?>%hyP: j t OT Y ;\\4:,
'' and toes' short and plump. He
.,. III. Hindrances' Encountered (4:1- fingers
.6:14). is a strong vigorous Individual, 'half

1. Scoffing of Sanballat and Tobiah way between the racehorse and the

(4:1-6; cf. 2:19, 20). The oppressors very heavy dray horse, thus likened to !

:.V; of God's servants frequently begin by i a "farm" horse.Abnormal 17 \

", hurling shafts of ridicule at them. Gland Conditions. i

V, S 2. Conspiracy for a sudden attack I iI
under-
When the adrenal glands are
(4:7-9). When the enemy saw the active there may be the "average"build : 1 1I 1I

work, was actually succeeding, they
of body, with a tendency to fat-
changed from ridicule to an attempt to V. V
ness but there is weakness early tiredness .- .C
,
",. ,. throw the workmen into a panic. I and I
V sensitiveness to cold poor resistance -
>:: : 3. Conspiracy with the' Jews (4:10- to various ailments. i

23). They sought, by means of the
'. Jews from the outside, to discouragethose There are also other gland types I
on the inside. when the parathyroid glands In the

4. Greed and oppression of the rich neck, or the reproduction. glands are

(5 :1-13). or are, not active.

The Jews of that day, like the profiteers Research workers have been able

of our day, took advantage of I Ii to show that about one-half of the pop-
""' the poor and oppressed them so that ulation come under the fundamental I I

} they mortgaged their land and even 01 first three types (a) short body,, p* t\

'" sold their daughters into slavery. long legs, (b) long body, short legs, ,
5. Scheme to take Nehemiah's life (c) body and legs of nearly equal rv :

(0:1-14)). When Sanballat and Tobiah length., This means then that the other :.

failed In every other way, they craftily half of the population can be consid- V V'Vs. N' CERTAIN construction features must

sought to, get Nehemlah away that they ered as of the different gland types. ,! y be built into tires to give you the greatest
might kill him. and so will show the various differences '
safety and lowest operating cost in your
'," IV. The Wall Completed (6:15-7:4). In shape outlined above. r type of service.To .
So energetically did they pursue .

:'::, .. their tasks that In fifty-two days the Is Cancer Increasing? make Firestone Tires blowout-proof,

:::.:: .:' V wall was completed. When their ene- The progress of hygiene which has the cord body is,built up of Gum-DlpPed

;. mies saw that in spite of all their greatly reduced the number of cases of ; cords.To give you greatest non-skid safety ;

V schemes the work was actually completed smallpox, typhoid and cholera, ,and .3ld and long mileage, the Firestone tread is i

they were cast down, for they lessened the 'death rate in tuberculosisand scientifically designed, with a flatter ** t

'/ perceived that the work was of God. children's diseases, has brought CORD BODY contour and more rubber on the road.

". Upon the completion of the work, about an increase in the number of /2c4.9'
.. .'. There are two extra layers of Gum.Dipped \ ;
Nehemiah set his brother to rule over people who live up to and past middle c 1101L cu
tq cords to lock the rugged tread securely
Jerusalem and gave Instructions as to age. These hygienic methods have In-
the opening and closing of the gates creased the life span by 35 ;years dur- *f.r. ;: >:f1llitY. 'x .,}t,. to the Gum-Dipped..cord body..

of the city. May: we learn from this: ing the period of 1000 to 1D35. w:1fu::%tti.:' =t: ._ Firestone Truck Tires are the only \
V0
f&
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1. That God's In 1)00!) there 125 '_";': :;: <<0 = }- :;
though children were more :
are persons /itWWbw;: ,, k =i:-::_;:' tires made t h. you all these
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i : :;$
-. besought by enemies they should not than fifty years old per thousand of {IiJ t in \ :s ( j exclusive advantages. '\\
r fear. the population ; by 1930 the number

;., 2. When beset by enemies we should had increased to 205. This means then Equip your trucks with Firestone Tires

[ pray (4:9). that there are now 80 more individualsin andstartcuttingyouroperaringcosttoda}.

I t' a. They set a watch (4:9). each one thousand who 'are at the ;; The nearby Firestone Auto Supply and

i' b. Men were permlttted to b& with cancer age than there were 30 or more J iJr Gf .} {;.y{ ," t .v.ZffVrr. :\ .,Ys \ Service Store or Firestone Tire Dealer is
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:=, their families (4:13)) and would thus years ago. }: \',.., ready to serve you
V V, better.c. The cancer age is middle age, 40 to '' ', 4xf..
fight ;} oir 1.+ ;, r3' !i'r k\%5 ;,ti F v s n\\\
Half worked and half watched, GO, and the figures show that in 1901to .-4tf&; J. JJ 1i.rr@tt.1.W; ; ; .; :}::i Listen to tie Voice of Firestone -featuring Rich4rJtWtAt.lWfitgJ \\\\
all armed for battle. 1905 the number of deaths from % BJt.f.% H t{ ; Crooks,Nelson Eddy ttitb MargaretSpeais,Monday

d. They worked with sword In one cancer at the age of 40 to 50 was about g< @t:% ;4 : 15 to the thousand of population and ti\
hand (4:17). In 1928-1 29 the number was about il<<<< 1935F.T.&R.Co.r' .

e. They slept In their clothes, ready 11. In 1901 to 1905: the number of

\ for attack (4:23). Genuine faith is deaths at the age of 50 to CO was about TT'v1 TIE
always accompanied with precautionary :
43 and in 1928-1929 the number was V
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The Clewiston News may be right in doing so, but nearly operator on the force is Indisposed. ,[ .' .: -".- :,' ---.r: : :Jf '.!: .- -- '. -- -
every other dread disease has yielded Consequently the paper Is a day late - : : :,: ,_ __: .._ : '

to the advance of science and this week ,due to the fact that it was
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both cancer and tuberculosis will necessary to await the arrival of

f lOlished every Friday.In Clewistor, eventually fall-perhaps may have another operator. .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS already done so In that young doc- CLEflSTON

Inc. tor's research laboratory in, Ontario LaBELLE ,NEWSMrs. ,

NEW STAFF MEMBERIt
Keathley Bowden, Editor F. J. Case left Tuesday to go ONE DAY ON'Iiy :
I is with a great deal'of pleasure to Chicago where she will visit fora '
I that we announce this week an addition month with relatives.Mr. ;
to the staff of the Bowden and Mrs. Glenn Magill, of :: Monday '
Entered as second class mail matter publications He made his appear- Gainesville, were the guests of Mr.
February 1, 1927, at the Post ance Sunday: morning In Clewistonand i MagHl's mother, Mrs. May Magill, at 9

Office in Clewiston' Florida under will make his home permanently her home in LaBelle, Saturday and

the Act of March 3,_ 1897. with Publisher and Mrs' Keath Sunday.Rev. I : 'S December .

ley Bowden. and Mrs. C. W. Alford and
This latest addition to the staff 'Miss Colleen Alford visited in Miami ,
Subscription rate, $2.00 "per year has been named Paul Howard Bow- Friday.
Advertising rates on application. den and although at present a little '
Mrs. Martha Smith, of Homerville, Barnett Bros
.TT---=- underweight for active service In Ga., and daughter! Mrs. Nettie Brln- .
the shop, his father states that h.
son, of Lakeland, were the guests of .
Devoted to the advancement and ,
already shows great promise for a
Mrs. Laura Hull during the Thanks- J
and I .
welfare of Clewiston Hendry r good "devil" within a very short giving holidays. 3-RING-3 '
County. 1 time.
Mrs. Gerald Whidden went to;

I Tampa Thursday, where she will visit
W. C. II
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POPE INJURED '
FROSTS with her daughter.
Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Glisson are -
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It's an ill wind that blows no' one 1T,1P (Moore Haven Democrat) moving from Ft. Meade to LaBelle L IE4cTjSSTREET:; ] ; :

good and the same might be said of W. C. Pope, Democrat JJnotype Thursday., Rev. Glisson is the pastor -/
frost in the Everglades truckingarea. operator and floor man was injured of the Baptist church.

Thousands of acres ,of beans Wednesday afternoon when he ram- Mrs. Kate Anderson returned I t:;;, .
and other vegetables are swept away med the point of a lead pencil deep Tuesday to Miami after visiting in :r,
Into his wrist while cutting stock on LaBelle with her mother, Mrs. Frank -
overnight but there is always some
the paper cutter. Medical attention : ';' New Low Prices
one a little luckier than the rest Wllkison.

whose crop is mysteriously spared was hoped given, has Immediately averted danger which of,blood it is Mrs. M. F. Yeomans has recently PARADE ::: Children . 25c I.-
and who may go on to reap a good and lead returned from a visit in Ft. Myers r ::1: UNDER 12
poiBonimg.The
harvest and"a better price becauseof with her daughter, Mrs. R. Bylaska.A .
the cold weather., And so truck editor of a publication may be meeting of the ladies of the AT NOON :: Adults . '. 35c r:.
m and things run along quite smoothly -
farming in the winter has become
will beheld
,for a few days without him but it Methodist Missionary Society 'r
termed a gamble. home of Rev. and Mrs.C. '
the
And it Is a gamble, one that every 11 a different story when the only at FEATUI!' 2 PCl'fonnanccs
afternoon.
Alford
W. Thursday
red blooded grower enjoys. A cropis I N EV\\ '2P. M.8P.M.
Miss Dorothy Hill, Woodrow Par : THRILLS! I'
and tomor- DOORS OPEN
frozen out tonight by
...... sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dana
row night tractors are at work plow- 1.-: >, ACT! 1 & 7 P. M.
visited in, Clewiston Friday night., I I Io 1
ing the land and putting it in readi- "''1;
ness for planting a new crop: That I I J: WIN 25.00 i
several times but these I .
may happen '"
plucky truck farmers refuse to take Good FarmLand J. M. COUSE I;t, Texas Ted Lewis, famous I HOSTS OF ;

the count and eventually are the I I rough-riding cowboy, will give i
ones who "hit it lucky" and are repaid Counselor and Attorney at Law !;"J $25.00'to any person who : -
:t brings a bad mule or horse to !
in good measure for their la- Hopkins Building FUNNY'r
/ I ;4 the circus ,which he fails to i : r!
bors.And Wednesdays and Saturdays t ride in a clean saddle. I CLOWNS
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so it is with the frost this 9:30 to 4:00 I r 1 Animals will not be harmed : :
week. Those growers whose crops for Rent In any way. I
were. killed are'out already replantIng ...- I f !
and making ready to plant and j'
L. B. Mershon '
within a few weeks there will be lit
HUGE MENAGERIEOF
tle''Indication that winter has recently ( 'i-- I

on laid this a section.heavy hand for a few hours AGENT --.:. WILD AXDIALS :

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CANCER CURE r PRESENTING i i ROGERS SISTERS

Trespassers Insurance CompanyARCADIA THE KNIGHT I "The Girls Who Dance I. -
A young Candian doctor, accord- : Will Be I" TROUPE I Upon The
ing to 'an article appearing In this I OF ACROBATS I Tight Wire"
week's, Liberty magazine, has discovered I ProsecutedThe FLORIDA f
a new substance which hehopes I
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will prove to be a permanentcure
for enticE)' and possibly tuber- '-, i- 200 PEOPLE 200
culosis. It is said that he has lost
only nine cases of the 250 or, more I Dr. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS I

he has treated since his discovery. II 0
I MELVIN HOLLIS, ACE CF BARE-BACK RIDERS ;'4
These nine
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to tell --
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!'l.i) y FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1035 THE CLEWISTON !NEWS I'AGEh'1.1rl I

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Flanders
IN N1H 1N1N N H N N. N N N N M N.H N' Mrs. Fred A. Recitations and poems were given by well pleased With their'' selection.The .
Bertha Gram, Mrs. J. M. Couse and the members of the class. '
I :i Clewiston School school has bought three new
( News
_r; Personal MentionM. Jo Ann Couse of Moore Haven visited Eighth Grade Honor Roll I '
\ helpful
heaters which in
with' friends in Clewiston are very
,,' ) Monday. 1 Mary Warren Richard Patterson,
: .!:;A:...:..:...:..:...:...:...:+-:...:.:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:.., J. D. Hooker. the class rooms.

;( H. Driggers, of Jacksonvill >, George and Richard Bestor returned Florine Moore, Editor The eighth grade girls and boys I

;'';-\1' '' was a business visitor here,this week. to school 'at Georgia Tech and. Louise Bussey, Associate Editor held a contest in the arithmetic class Principal W. L. Beacom of. Clewis-
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I ; I ----- Florida University Sunday, after I last week. The girls, as losers by a ton'Senior High School" has been

: ,';. Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. M. II ; spending the Thanksgiving holidays' Bob PattersonSports Editor" small margin, treated the boys to ajweiner I honored by .being appointed? Chair-
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.I roast Tuesday night. :
: .' Crouch were in Miami Wednesday. r man of the "On To Orlando Committee. -
I :!r', A. Bestor. HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL I ." This committee works with the '
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': FIRST GRADE NEWSHonor Ninth Grade | '
I Florida Education Association in
,;-.. Putyear CATHOLIC BENEFIT BRIDGE Roll for November Leroy Hare, George Smith, Violet' urging onp hundred' percent attend
BUNCO PARTY AT INN Mary Louise Thomas, J a n n
AND o Bethea Hooker Roberta !
' Billy Spic-, ance at the Golden Jubile Celebra-
: i Crouch, Peggy Lawler, Berkely Ivey, '
Frank W. Stanton and Fred er, Bill Owen. tion.
.. tran- The ladies of the St. Margaret's Faith Mitchell, Nancy Wright, Helen I
of Philadelphia, were
Wright\ Tenth Grade
This State Convention is to be,held
: business here this week. Catholic Church are sponsoring a Davis, Mary Ellen Smith, Junior) Mc- I I
., ;' sacting I benefit bridge and bunco party which Cracken. I Gladys Willis, Dorothy. Bethea. at Orlando, Florida. The days and

;- }: .; Bolton of Orlado, is i is to be held at the Clewiston Inn tomorrow Gilbert McLeod and June Espen- Eleventh Grade dates are Thursday, Friday and Sat-
: Mrs. Roy Katherine Wiandt, Florine :Moore_ ,'I urday; January 2, 3, and 4, 1936.
laub have been promoted to the
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(Saturday) night at 8:00.
t;;:: visiting her sister, Mrs. B.; E. Nail Vincent interested in education and
Everyone
Oglesby.The
I, An admission price of fifty cents "A" Class. Gilbert has shown more
. Jr., and Mr. Nail. able do urged to'attend the
Senior are
Class rings and pins j to so
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the month than
' will be charged which will cover progress during any
spent -No' other child. have arrived and the seniors are I convention.
T. B. Shelley several days inc everything. additional chargeswill '
be made after entering the room'where Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll
,:' '. ,.. Homestead .the latter part of last
, games are in progress. Prizes For Week .,
week. -r. '-UlI1! !I IiI'lI:_''1I'' P; .Jt- IB'.J! "I
will be given and refreshments: serv- Shirley Moon, Mayme Johnson, ', :1

-' Mrs Amy Hall, of Louisville,. Ky., ed and i it is to be hoped that there, Noley Geiger, Dalton Carp, David '. ,
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. .is .visiting her son, H. R. Hall, and will be a large 'crowd present. Belcher. omed S .:

.:, '....::, '. family.; Honor Roll for November 34et y
H LADIES AID MEETS '<, Caroline Selee, David Belcher,

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H.': Jones, Jr., WITH MRS. DOW XS Shirley Moon., I 6TIl wrL ,. ,

,'. flaneur.co the birth of a daughter on -- Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll For VIL $T ,-
I .Wednesday, December 4. __ The December meeting 'of ,the Week .
Ladies Aid of the Community Church Lewis Blount, Willie Smith, Ralph e vatth ;

, ,;, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. M. H. met with Mrs. C. L. Downs on Thursday Silva, Sherwood Hall, Bobby Topper, PEOPLE immie lie ner :. .

\..: ;' Crouch spent the holidays in Macon : afternoon at the Inn.' Elsie Bembry, Parmelia Bourne. (I :
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*'and Atlanta.Dr. Plans were discussea and made Monthly Honor Roll ';
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-- for the purchase of. heaters for the Sue Von Mach, Christine Redish, f4'ORITECO
and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli were church in addition to the usual busi- Willie Smith. .

visitors in West Palm Beach Thurs- ness. The Lake Harbor Ladies' Aid Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Roll .

'4' day. was well represented, there being Eric Belcher, Marianne Jones. (9 "
J, 1 BEAUTY] ,
--- about thirty-five members and guests Monthly Honor Roll '
> Mrs. H. O. Peters and Mrs. V. A. present at the meeting.Refreshments .
:
Marianne Jones, Billy Perry, Philip : Sln8iq &JJanclng
Allen spent Friday: in West Palm of cake and coffee
Beach. were served by the hostess. McLeod, Eric Belcher. o eJIB] [ OtUS.][
Fifth Grade Honor Roll for Month 2 :
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I James Howard, Elbert Hooker, @ '' Gorf'cousl11Costunwde
C. J. Gonterman, of Miami, is a
THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Janie Brantley, Gloria McDuffie, 4::) .67 .
business visitor in. Clewiston this _
D. Jenkins Williams Minister.
Anne Pafford, Nettie Pearl Norton.
week. o Shtm" ng under o :.
t 8 Piece :
The fifth grade lost another mem- :.
--- Sunday, December 8, 1935: ber this week when Roy Stewart mov- (9 orchestra the most beautiful ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. S., C. Stalls and fam-
9:45 A. M. School. ed to Miami. (9 .
ily, of Moore Haven,. were visitors Sunday IINY IMEATRE
Sixth Grade Spelling Honor Roll For
here Sunday.Mr. 10:45 A. M. Junior Church. Month o nthe'QJV6RID'! : ,f

7:45 A. M. Evening Worship: "Build- lryfhm o '
Laura Bailey, Edna Luter, Kathe- It.
and Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and Ing Bridges." rine Walton.: DOORS OPEN r '
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AT70'CLOCk D.rinsthefim1y
from Bear : :
children have moved
You are cordially invited to worship -' Sixth. Grade Honor Roll for Month
/ Beach to Hookers Point. with us.SUBSCRIBE. Eleanor Selee, Beulah Guthrie, o

J Edna Leiter, ,Gus Cantrell, Hager
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelly and Mr. Lowe. '
and Mrs. Joe Schroeder visited with TO-THE NEWS Seventh Grade Honor Roll : ONE NIGHT ONLY :

friends in Moore Haven Sunday. Margaret Von Mach, Renee Weth- (I .' '.

ington, Julia Ann Oglesby Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley returned .: :...:N:N/NN:NN:NN:N:N:N:N:N,.:..:..:..:..:..:--:...:..:..Y:I Ann Smith. Dec. llth

Saturday from, a two weeks visit | New and Used % The seventh grade had a Thanksgiving -. : Wednesday, :
with relatives in Jacksonville. feast on Wednesday, Novem- If

; Mr. and Mrs. A.' W. Lawrence and ::i I:: FURNITURE ?!!: cookies ber 27.were Various served fruits as refreshments., nuts and : LOCATED NEXT TO CITY HALL !

' t
Mrs. Foy Durrence were visitors In
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West Palm Beach Wednesday. Y RELIABLE MAN. 'VAN TED..Ye ar e- .

-- :: BELLE GLADE 3 l round living for worker with car. I DOORS OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW 8 O'CLOCK. .I IEt !

Mrs. J. L. Crabb, of New Harm: Distribute famous Watkins pro- POPULAR PRICES :

ony, Indiana, arrived this week for :|: FURNITURE COMPANY :!: ducts 'in Lake region during sea- ._ j
"iJi a visit with her daughter, Mrs. MarkR. son and good East 'Coast terri-
.) Lawler and family. .. tory remainder of year. No bond, I SAVE tOe ON YOUR. TICKET BY TRADING HERE: i
.| Belle Glade Florida ;;
.--- .s' s'mall'capital.. Write supervisor: G THE EVERGLADES, SUGARLDAND SERVICE STATION, !

A. H. Brown, assistant engineer $: Next Door To Theatre :; for personal interview, 6951 N.. W. \I CLEWISTON BEER PARLOR AND CAFE _.;
from the U. S. Engineer district officein .s' Sixth Avenue, :Miami, Fla. '
CLEWISTON SUPPLY :
Jacksonville, was here for several 4 X..N..1...N.N.N.N.N.N.....N....N..;.I.N.....N......N..N.....N..N:11 N'.;,0' Nov. 22-29, Dec. 6-13, 4tp.jBfcaaMiim -r__ :
days this week on business.. !


B. F. Brown, state supervisor of .
the National Re-employment Service 1
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W I P 1 J f ii9 W I 1 f l 'OT r
spent several days here this week\ in I

the: Clewiston district office. .

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Mr. and Mrs. Fred' A. Flandersand Jf''f I

daughter, Phyllis, of Moore Ha- "Hav Sriyu 1ll4! /.yiyYy1///: ; ,.
ven, were.the guests of Mr and Mrs. :
(
W.. F. Simpson Friday evening. )IOU / c <>iJY l

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Mrs. W. C. Nail, Mrs. S. C. Stalls,

J Mrs. Lillian Harben and Mrs. J. M. the lt0l/rJlh': Sy A qr /

Couse and daughter, Jo, Ann, were seen new Fy- '

Clewiston visitors Friday. "
'

Mr. and Mrs. A., P. Hires announce .. ,

I the ,birth of a baby girl on Sunday*,1, FORD VB ? I G6 i

December 1st. The young lady has Scezi.2Ive ,
"" been named Betty Sue.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and baby

daughter, Jo Ann, of Moore Haven,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. : F '

Keathley Bowden Sunday. ( : driven it-! .


__ Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Loworn, ofCanal
l 7\I Ii
Point, and Mrs. J. E; Lovvorn,

of Okeechobee, were visiting relatives Never
enjoyed driving any
t here Sunday.Mr. I
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; Ill car so my
and, Mrs. W. R. Patterson, of
West Palm Beach, visited with Mr.
and Mrs., J. G. Niblack and Mr. and J. :

:Mrs. M. J. Hirsh here Sunday. .

:.:.:: w;'?:., il IP.'msss:!; :INl'R"! .. :w .f s, i sss \1ii! ; jy.ry.:! .
Miss Kathleen Lewis, of Tampa, II' "

visited with her sister, Mrs. W. W. I \ ,
Perry and Mr Perry over the I

< giving holidays. Thanks-I I' BACKED BY OVER 2,000.000 V-8's THE ,1936 FORD V-8 BRINGS YOU:
;d1wISorl9S'6
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Among those attending the Flor- I NEW BEAUTY THROUGHOUT!. longer lines, sulated, welcled-steel body, steel-reinforced. \
?:.f, Ida-Auburn game in Miami Saturday I brighter colors, rich new interiors.
I were: Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Se- EASIER SHIFTING AND STILL QUIETER GEARS

v' lee, Day'e: Alston, J. E. Beardsley,' 25% EASIER STEERING: the result of two with silent, helical gears for all speeds.NEW .

I eMr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner, Miss Dell new roller-type bearings, a longer steering

I O'Connell. and Sidney Cro'chet.I' knuckle-arm, an increased steering ratio. DRAWN-STEEL WHEELS: enhance thecar's
__ AND UP.F.O.B.DETROIT
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beauty-are easier on tires. $
Standard accessory group
SUPER-SAFETY'BRAKESI-with
Miss Faustina Rogero and Mrs. exceptionally 510 including bumpers and spare
Jcsephine Weinburger, of Jacksonville Marge braking surface (186 sq. in..The last 85 h.p V-8 ENGiNE:8-cylindersmoothness, lire extra. Easy terms thru

,' spent the past two weeks here word in sureness operation.. pick-up and.power with proved V-8 ecoiiomy. Unnersal Credit Co., Authorized Ford Finance Plan.
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. I
1 Rogero. They left Monday for their NEW FREEDOM FROM NOISE a specially in- Letus arrange a demonstration for you today. YOUR FORD DEALER ,

home. t BXJJ'HCZSON THE AIR-Ford Symphony Orch. tn.Sunday EvtcUe.-Trod V/arli and IM I' %' 1ans.'L'ueadar Ev.aiar.: -'Columbia Nttwotk.jHfliy ,
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Force New Travel ConceptYou


SHIFTING SANDS can now buy an air ticket to .

carry you to the Orient. It will put ,'r,

you on board the "China Clipper" In

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B You will be settled ,in a comfortable -

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ner-dinner beneath a starstuddedsky

SARA WARE BASSETT : far above the highest clouds of
the eastern Pacific. You will roll out

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SYNOPSIS of this show, do you?" commented when you're arrestln' folks. You've via taunted, beginning to laugh hysterically Then on again, by daylight now,

Eleazer'sarcastically.. got the thing to do an' you have to go over a necklace of surf-ringed coral.

"Wldder" "Ain't I?" straight to it""Arresting "Wai, 'Lish, all I can say,Is you must keys to the little Midway Islands,
The. youthful and comely
Marcia Howe has as her guest her "Wai, you don't 'pear to me to be. folks?" Marcia repeated either 'a' been wool g therin' or where a well-appointed Inn awaits

late husband's niece, Sylvia Hayden. A Who egged you on an' marched you looking from one man to the other. dream when, you conceived this your overnight stop. A short flight

stranger, on the verge of exhaustion, here-answer me that If you ain't "Yes. Since 'Lish Is so spineless at yarn," Eleazer Jeered."I next day to Wake island, a tiny dot

finds ,his he way asks to her Marcia's to hide 'home.a package Secretly the most ungrateful cuss alive! I've a his Job, I may's well tell you what we warn't," hissed Elisha, stung to In the vast Pacific. There, too, you

containing jewelry. She does so. Elisha big half mind to go back home an' come for. Pretty kind of a sheriff the quick. "I warn't dreamin'. Them pass a night. Another daylight flight:

Winslow, town sheriff, brings news of leave ;you to do your arrestin' alone." he Is." Jewels was there. I saw 'em with my A night on Guam. The next night I

a Jewel robbery nearby. The stranger "Don't do that Eleazer, don't do "You better look out, Eleazer Crocker own eyes. I swear to heaven I did." finds you in exotic yet modern

via gives discovers his name the as jewels Stanley, and Heath.naturally Syl- that!" Elisha begged. "Don't go how you insult an officer of the He confronted Sylvia.''"They was there, Manila. Then the following morningyou

believes Heath Is a robber. She real- home an' leave me-now-at the last law," Elisha bawled angrily. "Say a young lady, warn't they? You know step ashore for luncheon, in

izes that Marcia' must have hidden minute." word more an' I'll hall you Into court""If they was. That's !why you was so scairt I China Itself.-W. L. Van Dusen and

them, and decides to say nothing.too-Weep Marcia "Very well," Eleazer agreed magnificently you don't land me there faster'n for me to look. You've seen 'em., DenyIt Daniel Sayre in Cosmopolitan.
feels
she has
altogether
; "
you do Heath I shan't worry, jeered if dare."
an Interest in her guest, but is powerless "Then I'll remain an' give you you
to overcome It. Heath wires "Mrs. my moral support. Eleazer. "Of course I deny It" Right-But Which? _

S. C. Heath," New York, saying he Is Elisha got up and, dragging one foot "Heath? Mr. Heath?" Marcia re "Humph But MarcIa won't. You Two automobiles crashed in Dur-

rier safe. to lIe come also orders at once.a man Sylvia named, In Cur-her after the other moved toward the peated. can lie If you want to save the skin ham, ,N. C. One driver was John S.

room, bedecks herself with the 'jewels. house "Yes. We come over here this morn- of that good-for-nothIn' critter upstairs Stewart, twenty-five years. The

At Marcia's approach she hides them "Now knock," commanded the dic In' to place Mr. Stanley Heath under -though what purpose is served by other driver was John S. Stewart

there. Heath ask/JIarcIa to bring themto tator. arrest," Eleazer announced.The your doin' It I can't see. But Marcia twenty-four years. Police recorded:

him. They are gone! He kindly ElIsha won't If she says them jewels warn't "John S. Stewart to "
the blame.
makes light of the loss. Sylvia restores Tremulously' tapped on woman caught at the edge of
the jewels to their original hiding 'door. the table. Her mind worked rapidly.She here I'll believe it Come now, MarcIa.

place. Elisha Winslow, visiting Marcia, No answer came. must gain time-worm out of them Was there ever diamonds an' things
discovers the gems and has no doubt "Knock I tell That ain't under this brick or warn't there?"
you l much knew.
ow ,they f
they are the stolen gems, and that "
Heath is the thief. Leaving the jewels, knockin'. Give the door a good smart "Of what are you accusing Mr. "Yes. NO UPSETS
he makes plans for arresting Heath. thump so'st folks'll hear it an' be Heath?" she demanded."Of "You saw fem? *

Currier arrives. Marcia overhears made aware somethin' Important's go- As If the admission was dragged
Heath describe how he acquired the the Long Island robbery, Elea-
in' I'll show from her Marcia formed but did not
gems, and is forced to believe him on. you. zer answered..
guilty of theft. At Heath's suggestion, Eleazer gave the door a spirited bang. utter, the word:
"You think him The
mean, to say you" a treatment
Currier Investigates the hiding place- "Law, Eleazer A rap like that "Yes. proper
and finds the gems! He returns to New would wake the dea O*' ElIsha pro- thief? "There Then 1 ain't gone daffy for a bilious childTHREE
York with them, but his many refer- Stand "We know he's one-leastways What I said was true," Elisha acclaimed -
ences to "Mrs.:! Heath" have convinced tested. "I hear somebody. by Elisha does."
Marcia her tender dream has been a me, Eleazer/i Where are yougoin'? rising in triumph and snap- STEPS i
"I-yes I'm tol'able sure. I have
his at ,Eleazer.
foolish ping finger 170 RELIEVING
one. Come back here, can't ? You
you promised "
evidence Elisha replied. "At least I
,
"The jewels were Mr. Heath's. He CONSTIPATION
CHAPTER VIII11 figger I have." hid them for safe keeping." 11
"I didn't promise to go in first. You cried."Where's III
"Shucks, 'Lish Eleazer "A likely story He stole 'emthat'swhat -
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was to do that, Eleazer called from '
In spite of Elisha's Indignation your backbone? You figger he did."

toward Stanley Heath, and his resolveto his vantage ground" round the corner you have Don't you know It? Ain't "Prove It," challenged MarcIa, with A cleansing dose today; a smaller
"But-but- Elisha: whimpered.The .
go to the Homestead with the breakof you beheld the loot with your own sudden spirit, a spot of crimson burn- quantity tomorrow; less each time,

dawn, it was noon before he and door swung pen and MarcIa eyes?" Ing on either cheek. until bowels, need no help at all.
stood upon the sill.
Eleazer got under way. Elisha nodded. "Prove it?" Elisha was taken abac'k."Wal .
"Why Ellsha !" she exclaimed. "How mother knows the reason
"Then earth don't stand
why on
you
ANY
In the, first place, the two men disagreed I can't at the moment do that Ican't
you startled me. Come In. You're all up In your, boots an' say so?" her child stops playing, eats
as to the of It. But If I can't Ican
proper method prove even little is hard to Constipation.
dressed aren't ? Have been manage.
up, you you The door opened and Sylvia entered
arresting the alleged criminal.! ". make out a good enough case ,But what a pity so few know the
to a funeral? then arrested the thresholdby
"You can't take him on no warrant, stopped on against him to arrest him on suspicion. sensible way to set things right!
"No. IweThe the sound of voices.
'Lish," Eleazer objected, ''cause you angry That's what I mean to do-that's whatI The ordinary laxatives, of even
ain't actually got proof he's guilty." sheriff cleared his throat Inquiringly' she looked from Marcia come for an' what I'll 'do 'fore I ordinary strength must be carefully
"Me an' Eleazerhe began. to the men, and back again.
to .
regulated dosage.A
"ProofAin't I got a clear .case? leave this house. as
"Eleazer? he with ?" MarcIa with whitened but with
Did come you lips liquid laxative is the
Ain't I roundin' him up with the'looton "Mr. Heath is 'sick." answer
Elisha ntru ded face grave and ,determined remained mothers. The answer .to all your
him? blustered Elisha. "I he ain't sick but whatI
so
"Isn't he coming In?" with her back to the stairway door, guess worries over constipation. A liquidcan
"P'raps-p'raps ;you didn't really see "Yes-yes. He's comIn' presently." her eyes never leaving :Elisha Wins-. can go up an' cross-examine: him.:" be measured. The dose can be
the jewels," Eleazer quavered. "Are you "I ask you not to go. I forbid it." suited to need.
"Well, sit down and tell me the low's. There ,was something in her exactly any age or
plumb certain you saw them things?" news." face Sylvia had never seen there-alight "Law, Marcia !" Just reduce the dose each time until

"Certain?" His dignity, his pomposity put to of battle ; a fierceness as of a, "I forbid it," repeated the woman. the bowels are moving of their own

"Come, come Don't go up In the rout ElIsha, feeling very small Indeed mother fighting for her child ; a puzzling "Drop this matter for a day or two accord" and need no help.
air, 'Lisa. I ain't doubtin' your word. Elisha. Mr. Heath shall not leave the This treatment \vill succeed with
backed into the nearest chair. quality to which no name could
with adult.
child and
1 just want to make don't takeno any any
sure we house. I that Leave him 1
be promise
"You won't mind if I go on with my given. you The doctors use liquid laxatives.

mis-steps" an' make jackasses of our- baking, will you?" Marcia said, bus-, Suddenly as the girl studied her, here in peace until he Is well again. Hospitals use the liquid form. If it
selves, Eleazer explained. "Have 'you' recognition of this new characteristic When he is able to-to-go with youI
tling toward the stove. "I'm makin' is best for their use it is best for
got everythin'? dried apple turnovers. They'll be doneIn flashed upon her understanding. It will telephone. You can trust me. home use. The liquid laxative most

"I-I-guess so," Elisha said weakly. a second and you shall have one. I was love When have I ever been false to my families use is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup

"Pete fixed up your badge in great guess a nice hot apple turnover won'tgo Anger, perhaps terror had forced word?" Pepsin. Any'druggist has it.

shape, didn't he?" was Eleazer's cheer- amiss." Marcia into betraying a secret no, other "I don't see why the mischief you'reso

ful comment. "It's bright as a new dol- With deftness she whisked a tri- power could have dragged from her. crazy to stand 'twixt this Heath Good Habit

lar. Anybpdy could see it a mile away.An' of' pashy onto and "What proof have you?" Marcia de- chap an' justice, Marcia. The feller'sa
angle flaky a plate Some men are always looking upa
the handcuffs, too-they look manded. scoundrel. That's what he is-an out
extended it toward her guest. word in the dictionary. 'They are
grand. Wal, what do you say to our down with the In his I I Elisha shifted from one foot ,to the an' out scoundrel. Not only is he'a '
He sat plate the men who are well informed.
settin' out? other. thief but he's a married man who's

The stroll to Crocker's Cove was nota lap.He had taken only an introductory "I've seen the Jewels," he whispered. plottln behind your back to betray

hilarious one. With each successive "They're here-In this under -boastin' in he
room, you openly telegrams
mouthful however when the door
part.
step Elisha's spirits dropped< lower and that brick. I've seen 'em." is." A Three Days' CoughIs
ed a crack and Eleazer crept cautiously -
lower. With finger pointing dramatically "What do you mean?" ,
through the opening.
},;' At last they came within sight of For, a moment he stood transfixed, toward the hearth Elisha strode forward "I wouldn't like to tell ;you. In factI Your Danger Signal

the bay; t1' couldn't 'Twould be repeatin' what
"t then he burst out in a torrent of re- No matter how many medicinesyou
; "Where'd you leave the boat?" Ele proach. Sylvia, however, sprang before him, was told me In confidence," hedged have tried for your cough,chest

:!.,' azer questioned. "Lish Winslow, what on earth are standing 'twixt: him and his goal. Elisha, ,frightened by the expressionon cold or bronchial irritation, you can

,r.' "I pulled her up opposite the fish- you doin'? Here I've been waltln' out- "What a ridiculous story, Mr. Winslow the woman's face. Serious get relief trouble now may with be Creomulsion.brewing and

'(:;: shanty." _h.U' ._, ..... 1 !" she cried. "What a fantastic "I have a right to know about the you cannot afford to take. 'a chance

"She ain't here." yarn Do you imagine for one moment telegrams you mention. Will you tell with anything less than Creomul-

"Jly soul an' body What's to be. there could be anything hidden under me or shall I call up the Sawyer Falls sion, which goes right to the seat
of the trouble to aid nature to
done now? those bricks and Marcia and'I not operator: ?
soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
"I reckon we'll just have to give it know It? Why, one or the other of us (TO BE CONTINUED) branes as the germ-laden phlegmis

all up," the sheriff responded with a has been in this room every Instant The loosened and expelled. '
L Algonquin Indians
r sickly grin. "Call it off." since Mr. Heath arrived. When could Even if other remedies have I
li The Algonquin Indian tribe lived failed don't be discouraged ''H.t'
,
"An' let the thief your
escape? No he get the chance to hide anything?
I when discovered In the Seventeenth druggist is authorized to guarantee
sir-ee We've got to go through with There is nothing here, Mr. Winslow, century In two wholly separated por- Creomulsion and to refund your
! this thing now we've started if It takes rl i truly there Is nothing. I swear it." money if you are not satisfied with
tions, one on Cumberland river In
t a leg. We'll walk round by the shore." v "Nevertheless, let him look, Sylvia. results from the very first bottle.
Tennessee and Kentucky the otheron Get CreomuIsion right now. (Adv.)
f. In high dudgeon the two men plodded Let them both look."
Savannah river In South Carolina
1,,: through the sand, its grit seeping "Please-please, lIarcIaI"! '
t Like their relatives the Sauk.. Fox and
into their shoes with every step. Sylvia was upon her knees now on
.. Kickapoo, they'were restless and In- PARKER'S
r: It was not until they' came within the hearth, and the men hesitating to '
clined BALSAM
to wander. Toward the end of HAIR
, ,sight of the Homestead that the silence i remove her by force, halted awkwardly. a RemovesDandrae-StopHairFalling
r. .
the Seventeenth century the eastern
Color and ,
p.::; between them was broken. Imparts
division moved north Into Pennsyl Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
:ti{. "Wai, here we are!I" Eleazer announced Marcia regarded her first with star. 60c and Jl.00 at Druppists.HIseox .
i vania, and early In the Eighteenththe Chem Wki .Putghogne,N,Y,
:f";: more genially. tIed Incredulity-then with coldness.So .
other began to drift northwestward FLORESTON SHAMPOO -Ideal for use in
: "Yes-here-here we are!I" his comrade Sylvia loved Heath, too connection with Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes the
panted. "Sly soul an' bOdywhata She was fighting for himfightingwith across the Ohio. The two divisions hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at druggists -
united for the first time in the historic .Hiscox Chemical Works. Patchogue,N.Y.
tramp! I'm near dead Walt a all her feeble strength..
about 1750, in eastern Ohio.
period
minute, Eleazer. Let's take 'count of A pang wrenched the older woman's ,
the British Americans
stock an' decide bow we're goIn' to heart They fought or WNU 7 4S-35,
until 1705 then variously joined the
f proceed. We've got to make a plan" What if Heath had played a double ,

"But we've made a plan a'ready. game-made love to Sylvia as he had Cherokee or Creek or withdrew to In

After you've knocked at the door an' frIirffrnlrI! made love to her? If so-If the man diana and even Missouri. Those in If Weak Run Down
In Indiana were again defeated at Tip- ,
gone were a mountebank the sooner they
In 1811. Portions of the tribe
"I knocked an' gone in?" both found It out-the sooner the pecanoe Feeling SluggishCleanse
lived for a time In Texas' and Kansas,
"Yes Ellsha repeated. better.If .
yes, "After world knew It, the '
that, you'll sorter state the case to I I' on the other hand, he was Inno' and they are now gathered in Oklahoma your intestines ot waste
(I / in several districts. matter-don't allow
to
though poisons con-
,' ,., Marcia, 'xplalnin, why we've come an' $ cent, he should have his chance. tinue to accumulate and break down -, .

I ever>thin'_ -" The older woman went to the side The Wire-Haired Fox Terrier your vitality and health. For biliousness ,

.k! "An' what'll you be doin' meantime "Arresting Folks?" Marcia Repeated. I of the pleading figure. The wire-haired fox terrier Is distinguished dizzy spells, sick headaches, <

t", ',. ?" Eleazer inquired, wheeling side In the wind, ketchln' my death of I "Get up, Sylvia," she said "The by his extremely dense, of upset appetite stomach due, to bad constipation breath, or, take lack

sharply. cold, an' you settin' here by the stove sheriff must search. He must do his wiry hair that has a tendency to twist, Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative

"Me? Why, I'll be waltln' outside, rockin' an' eatin' pie I" duty. We have no right to prevent It." predominantly white. He stands about Powder for quick relief It is

.r kinder loiterin' 'till It's time for me to "I know, Eleazer, I know," ElIsha Her: face was pale, her lips tightly 14 inches high and weighs about 18 mild-but effective-it acts gently
vet thoroughly and that
removes
t ?' go In-don't you see? stammered. "It may, mebbe, seem > pounds. In common with the smooth clogged condition of the bowels. Get

,; Oil don't. 1 think 'twould be betterwas""you queer to you.I just !hadn't got round setThe brick was lifted outA variety he has a black nose, small the large yellow tin box from your

: to go ahead an' pave the way to the business in hand, that's alL I'm smothered cry escaped Sylvia and V-sha.ped ears, whose flaps neatly fold druggist. Price 25c.

for me. That's how it's done in plays. comin' to It in time. I've made'a start. was echoed."Whyland. over and drop close to the cheek, and DR. HITCHCOCK'S

' Some kinder unimportant person goes I was Just leadin' up to It in a sorter alive-there's nothln' straight fore legs. He has a typical

' first an' afterward the hero comes In." tactful way.." here I" gasped the sheriff. terrier expression and a general ap Laxative PowderSTnsl

"So you consider yourself the hero "There ain't no way of beln' tactful "I told you there was nothing!I" Syl- pearance of alertness.




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I "Bird Cage" Pot Back to American Names;

Holders Make a .We Have IndividualityA

.' German historian, who has come
COMIC Practical GiftBy to this country to take notes on the
? OUR SECTIONTHE
its cities, towns and villages named aft-

GRANDMOTHER CLARK er Hanover, Germany, says that '.
there are no less than 77 of theseIn
the United States. And there are,
also, according to the same author-

ity, GG Hamburgs, 22 Bremens and 22 .
FEATHERHEADS gag m .=:eU loA Checked Erunswicks In this country! '
The number of places In the Unit-

I II.I. oN BEFORE. 1 NUN ? ARE YOU ,'NO-! I :r STtJHAT u WELL, ed States named after places In Great
! PAN f4ANDLER .-- GOING Britain and onthe continent of Eu-
CAN A WANT 'To .PAYnits IS
Co-
(oU A rope Is legion ; for It was natural forth
(oU G iVE ME OR I S T-n2 SOME BILLS To BE EASy ON early settlers in the New world :i

A DIME ? THE OLD CHECKBOOK to wish to perpetuate here the mem-
I -- TEN ories of the communities In the Old
I
CENTSl world from which they'had come.
rrt 1 .. While! this was altogether proper,
as long as America was composed of

5 5H1 European colonies, we are not 'sure
that Its continuation today would be
.This cute pot holder set makes an helpful. We have a feeling that the
\rtAO 4.. tI p attractive addition to any kitchen or recent tendency to go back to native

.: an Inexpensive' practical'gift.. With American place names is more use-
very little handwork you ca.j 'make ful In developing a consciousness In

this charming set. Good-lo >kirig pot Americans that the United States is /'
H I holders are.always in demand. 'Makeup something more than an offshoot of
one oi-"these. sets and you will Europe; that It Is evolving, as gen-
want to makernore.: eration follows generation, a distinctIve
Packagev!contains; bird, cage and: individuality! -Detroit Free
/i .two pot holders stamped and tinted
unbleached muslin to .be .embroip-

OH- I'M PAVING THE BILLS ONENICKEL I ered and made .up.. Instructions are
11151
for and
%% given embroidery stitches Press.Find.
WITH CHECKS BUT I HAVE IIIUIP' CIGAR .thecolor scheme Is also given EmbroIdery '

To BUY SOME STAMPS TOPAY 'OE thread, is not, Included. Fifteen -
,. To SEND THEM 1 H cents each or four for 50 cents, l
postpaid. "
-" ,\54'P. L __ Address Home" Craft Co., Dept. A,

Nineteenth_ and St. Louis Ave., St. Out
7 oNli
Louis. 'Mo. Inclose selfaddressedstamped
'/ ? 1 'envelope when writing for
I ID any Information.

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t'I,. C Irl Fishing Fleet Conducts the "Pain" RemedyYou

... / I I I II Funeral for Ghost Ship .
.The Flying Dutchman/encountered Take Is Safe.Don't .

'J r 'usually In the neighborhood 'of Cape-
Horn, and prophesying disaster at
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that. most dreaded ocean corner, Is
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Entrust Your
: '-7 the most famous of ghost ships, but
nowwe hear that another sinister Own Your
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I Il vessel has taken to appearing and i
.' western New.D Der tJatoa -. Being to Unknown
disappearing In the South seas. It

.. '"'. takes the form of a phantom, launch I Preparations -

I.,;:. :-;t 5;:i" FINNEY OF ;THE FORCE 0 By Br tr.Mm Ted SzL Slam! which Chatham haunts islands the fishing, a lonely groundsnear out- BEFORE you take any prepara--

post 400 miles southeast. of New you don't know all about
7JJ, .., BOY (shack Zeal incl.. for the relief of headaches; or the
VtRY Ol'LL BE : ,, SMACKwuZ / NICE, Roots ME PotPE reported, and soon afterwards a neuralgia, ask your doctor what he
THAT A MEAL! INDEEDBECORRAH WHILE YEZ GLIRRLS :;launch In which 11 fishermen were thinks about it-in comparisonwith
Genuine Bayer Aspirin.We .
-- 01THAT DISHES going to a football .match foundered,
,-' '. '. 1t-t1"oYeb 1 1r DO-'fK' all being drowned. More recently a say this because, before the
\ discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most
!lonely fisherman claimed to have,
-.J. ,. -: 7 : seen It; a, few days later he was so-called "pain" remedies were advised
'. frL- against by physicians as being
/ \ swept overboard to oblivion by a bad for the stomach; or, often, for I
r / ROi&taT .heavy" sea. Perhaps with the Idea of the heart. And the discovery of \'
f I T Tta exorcising this grim visitant[ 'the Bayer Aspirin largely changed I
? DEAR whole fishing fleet assembled on the medical practice. i

1' : c(; 01 approximate.spot, -and held a solemn Countless thousands of people S
funeral service. The ghostly launch who have taken Bayer Aspirin year I
is said to appear In misty weather in and out without ill effect, have
H (.r : arid to travel at supernatural speed. proved that the medical findings 1
f ., about its safety were correct. ;
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Remember this: Genuine Bayer
In Which Politician and
Aspirin is rated among the fastest
l9 Economist Are DefinedAn methods yet discovered for the relief I
economist Is a man who knowsa of headaches and all common pains :

: : ; i great' deal .about' a'very little, andwhogoes.on take. and regularly.safe for the average personto

.. KEN HE'S HOME ; knowing'more and more %
HUSBAND about less and less until he finally You can get real Bayer Aspirin at
'IOIiR I GUESS WE' LESS f fHlSSELF an!,'drug store-simply by never
-' knows, .everything ,about practically
01 LOII ero OUT SHU E Nom ; asking for it by the name "aspirin" '
TblcS
: L1K'E.
I HE Ne' ALWA IS nothing.,
FeEt H'M- VJHC'XoU AN alone but always saying BAYER
MOPE.- 4A1 A politician Is a man who knowsa ASPIRIN when buy.
poESi you
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"PINE AT very little about a great deal and
,: PLACE HE vJNll', HE NAS who goes on knowing less and less Bayer Aspirin

REMEMBERS HIS : A 600 about more and more-until finally he .,

>:.J.' ;! MA II4ERS ANP: MEAL. knows practically nothing about ev-
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HIS LIPS ALL

THE 'TIME rNEXT Size of EthiopiaIn
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size Ethiopia comprises about .
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: HELLO 'y ANTHE"S
:::: ZAT YOU ED? COIN
.1'i.L ee AT TOJHE CITY
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THe GAME TONIGHT
TONK5HT. '
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I. LOCK BROKE I In Proper Modesty : RACE! : BlJJ- jzwiri $! &it
"Did you accept a college degree as
.' an Indication that you have attained OH, HELLO

,.',...., superior wisdom?" asked the censlorl-[ ] MAW- Yes
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ous friend. T4 Y'-PH'iOU :
"No," answered Senator Sorghum."I 4 r AReNT GaIN? I

got Into touch with the college as 1
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a public reminder that I am. still willIng .
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to learn.
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"I thought you could keep a secret?" : OH WELL-
"Well, I kept It for a week. Do you Mysteries"Are boo I t FELT LIKESTAVING \ : '
I think I'm a cold storage plant?" you willing to tell all you ,-. : HOME
know?" said the friend. ANYHOW"It
Opposition at Last "Perfectly" said Senator Sorghum. FLAVOR IsCT

The Jones family went for a day's "But my constituents are not satisfied 1
outing to a cave of echoes. When they with that. They want me to'tell' them WAV ER ,"
reached home Mr. Jones noticed that things that nobody has found out." ,
"., "How did'your filly make out In the.
his wife not
was
:., present. i n ...
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r i"ather-Do you know where your Something in Common race today? rt\

Fmother Is, daughter? Guide-This castle has stood for COO "She was outclassed.
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Daughter-I "I thought she was very'promising?
expect she's back In
years. Not a stone has been touched,
"Yes, that was the trouble-she' was
the cave trying to have the last word. nothing altered, nothing replaced. just promising." : a
-WIndsor Star. Visitor-Um, they must have the j .:
same landlord we have. '-
Impolite
'Like Many Other Dorothy--:Topping sport, Grandma;
The Author-Do you mean to tell methere's Wanted to Be Right I've been 'with a party of hikers to ,_ RpE GUM
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nothing original In this manuscript Student-What Is the date, please? see the Devil's Gorge. Tit p

f ? Professor-Never mind the date. Grandma" Hush, Dorothy, that's not
The Editor-No. 1 spoke too hastily. The examination Is "
more Important. the way to speak-I'm sure they'v6only s s
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one year of experience In the positionof Sections 9, 10 and 11 ; All except ;, One hundred twenty-four parcels or ers Company, a corporation, First Nat-

Caloosahatchee in- N 1-2 of N '1-2 of NW: 1-4 tracts pf land In Glades and Hendry ional Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio, as exe-
surveyman running surveying counties. Florida specifically describedIn cutor of the estate of Jane D Garvey,
struments. of Section 12; Section 36, the petition, required for Right of deceased George; Stugard, as Trustee,

j" CacographyContinued Township 43 South, Range 32, Way for Caloosahatchee River Project, Mrs W S Garvey, W C Coolidge,. Mrs M
(3) At least'two years of.progressive East MONA M. HARRIS and others namedIn F Hill and Hill her husband

surveying, experience, includingone ; the petition Shepard C Bass D K Drunbac1. '
Fractional Section 6; Section Respondents. Mary H Voorhis and Dr Voorhis, her" j
of the of experi- -
full type
( from page 1) year husband Guaranty Operating Com-
and SE 1-4 of Section
V12
Marion is digging out the turning ence specified in 2. 7; NOTICE, TO APPEAR pany, (a corporation Frank H Walker. .
13 ; Sections 18, 19, 24, ,25, 30, Alice C Garvey, Growers Loan and
basin now, about 40,000 yards of STATEMENTS OF EXPERIENCE 31 and 36, Township 43 South, THE STATES.PRESIDENT TO: OF THE UNITED Guaranty Company, ,a corporation, Ger-

excavation; and that's the end of it, ARE ACCEPTED SUBJECT TO Range 33 East; trude V Jardine and .Jar-

and road I ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR dine, her husband Richard Oliver Phillips -
e.ept for a bit of riprap a VERIFICATION
Tracts 4a, 5a, Ga, 7. 8b, lOa, HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROP- Jr., and John Preston Phillips as

over *to the structure. One of the 3. AGE.-They must have reached lOb, lOc, lOd, lOf, 11,. 12, 14a, ERTY HEREINAFTER IN THIS Trustees and Executors of the estate of
sights In this district NOTICE DESCRIBED: Richard Oliver Phillips, deceased, Char-
: most interesting
their 18th but not their .5"5th 16a, 17a, 18a, ISb, 19a, 19b, I lotte Loesch
Phillips Richard Oliver
WHEREAS, on the 8th day of Novem-
is the electric operation of
birthday on the closing date for the and 20, Section 7, Township 43' I ber, 1935. a petition was filed by the Phillips, Jr, Individually, John Preston

.these huge gates. The control houseis receipt of 'applications. These age South, Range 34 East, accord- United States of America, In the Dis- Phillips individually, Benjamin B
trict Court of the United States for the Odell, Jr., as surviving Executor and
high the -west wall just over
on limits do not apply to persons granted ing to a plat cordedin Southern District of Florida, for the Trustee of the estate of John Mat-

the upper gate; at your feet the preference because of military Plat Book 2, at page 68, of acquisition by condemnation of an thews deceased John Wendall Matthews -
of the I I casement In those certain tracts or Maude E Oastler and
whole long lovely sweep the Public Records of
or naval service, except that such Hendry parcels of land In Glades and Hendry Oastler, her husband, ,American Fruit

gates and 'lock chamber is spread I applicants must not have reachedthe County, Florida; W 1-2 of Sec- Counties. Florida described In said petition Growers, Inc:, a corporation Gllmer M

like a map. Fred punches buttons retirement tion 8 ; W 1-2 except NE 1-4 required for the project for Heitman Sr., J E Foxworthy and Flor-
age. I CaloQsahatchee River and Lake Okec- ida Heltman as executors of the estateof
with smooth of NW 1-4 of Section 17 Sec-
and the gates start a ; I
4. PHYSICAL ABILITY. Applicants chobce Drainage Areas being carried on Harvey E Heltman deceased John M
and deliberate caution to flow together must In sound physical tions 18 and 19; Section 20 ex- I by the War Department of the United Dean Florida Heltman Individually.
before be cept three tracts of land as follows States Government In which petitionthe Lorraine Heitman, Lee J Stebbins and'
slowly. Just they health. Remediable defects or curable following are named respondents: Edna P Stebblns. his,wife F M Hen<1'ry.

smack an automatic cut-off clicks diseases will exclude ; Mona M. Harris. Harold B. Maglll, Mary George A Floss, Eleanor H D Pearse and
hot a
person Hayc Davis E. H. Coachman M S Landon Pearse, her husband, Dorothy'
and their momentum brings them together (A.) Beginning at pOliIr 655
a
from examination, but proof that Coachman, Paul B. Rankin, Trustee, U Eggleston and Ralph W Eggleston.,
kiss in the feet South and 510 feet and J. L. business In
with 'a butterfly such defects have been remedied, or Stroud. doing the her husband. Goober-Turkey Farms,"
center. Or another button stops West of, the Northeast corn- name and sty> of "Riverside Land Inc., a corporation, A H Read Evelina
the disease, If'any, cured must be received er of said Section 20 Town- Company", Mary Either Appleton and M Zumsteln and Zumsteln
them a foot apart to let water in or during the life of the eligible Appleton, her husband; her husband Helen Osborn Gary and
out of the lock. Then a couple more ship 43 South Range 34 'Emma Cross and J F. Cross, her husband Gary, her husband J"
register before persons otherwise East; thence West 120 feet; Laura O Buser M S Coachman C JackJ1an. Leroy Lamareaux Edgar H:
buttons start them on their way for end Coachman her husband Dunn. James: J L W S'
qualified may be considered appointment thence North 25 feet; thence Sweeney, Cooper
back into the recesses, ,and here also I L McCabe, Grace E Moase, Sallle Cooper, W L Cooper, R S Bass, Rossie
under Civil Service rules East 120 feet; thence South 'E Jennings, Individually and as execu-
automatically eased in tor of the estate of Lawrence M Jennings C Lee. A Donald Bass, George M Hen-
they are 2r r feet, to the point of -
Persons selected for appointmentwill dry as administrator of the, estate of
with tired sigh against the wall bya beginning ( deceased, Tampa Hardware Company -
a ; Mary E Anders. Willie J Hendry and
.
physical
be required to pass a a corporation: Lucille N Chapman,
cut-off. You have heard .the E E Goodno, Henry Fatlc J F Newton, George M Hendry, her husband Katie
examination given by a Federal med- (B.) Beginning at an iron pin McDermic and McDermlc
"the of motion"well : ..:.....:. I C S Brewton and Ora L Brewton his
phrase, poetry ical officer. Failure to pass such 460 feet South and 630 feet wife, W. St John Naftel. L E Naftel, Ida her husband, Mrs. M Walker and --

here you have all the rythm, all physical examination will prevent ap- West of the concrete monu- J Cox Melb r H Cox, D M Cox HarveyD John C Anders,Walker' J H Smlthwlck.her husband ElwynN

the music and all the order implied Northwest Cox, Madge I Cothern and Frank
ment marking the Powell, G A Sheffield, W M Wallace,
pointment. Cothern, her husband: P G Frierson
'by those words, embodied ,in steel APPLICANTS MUST FILE THHE corner of Section 20, Town- Frank C.Shrlver, Ernest E Shrlver. TheB Wallace Investment Company, a corporation -

and concrete which are given life by ship 43 South, Range ,34 L Dulaney Corporation, a corpora- George W Watson Emma
FOLLOWING WlITH THE SECRE- Fraga and Fraga, her husband -
tion, Paul Dulaney, as executor of the
electric East; thence run North 125 W V Knott, as Treasurer of the
power.MacKenzie estate of Benjamin L Dulaney deceased;
BOARD OF U. S. CIVIL SER-
is still putting out about TARY, feet to a point; thence East ,Corine Forrey, Dempsey Jenkins., Fern- State of Florida, J P Moore, as Tr>.

VICE EXAMINERS, U. S. ENGINEER -, 40 feet to a point; thence andlno G Miller, Oscar S, Miller and Collector for Glades County, '
9,000 yards of dirt a day, and evi- OFFICE OCALA Lois R Miller his wife; A T Miller, JohnC Frank A Dougherty, as Tax Flory! I
South 125 feet to a point:
; for Florida D S
Hendry County ,
.. dently, my urging has born fruit, for Kelly LaBelle Sales & Development I
IDA, NOT LATER THAN 1 thence West 40 feet to the Corporation, a corporation, Charlie as Clerk of the Circuit Court for

Mr. Mac tells me that every day there BER 24, 1935. DECEM-I point of beginning; Simmons and Pauline M Simmons his Glades County, Florida, Wm T Hull, as II

are many visitors on the job. And I wife, A Duncan Reid, Vincent Nucclo, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Hendry
.. 1. Application Form 6 properly (,C.) Beginning at a point 30 Jr., Alfonso F Caltaglrone. Alexander County, Florida Board of Commissioners -
bet you're not sorry you went down, [ Waddell. Felice G Caltagirone and of Okeechobee Flood Control District,
executed. feet west of the east line of
I Board of Commissioners of Everglades
either. .My hand was called by one Caltagirone, her husband,
2. Preference Form 14 (blue) Section 20. Township 43 Francis B Cooglcr Mrs Ella Mae Holder, Drainage District, County of Glades! ,

'. visitor who. wanted. to know why: I1 I properly executed and accompaniedby South, Range 34 East, a distance Jesse S Ebinger, Bernie Myrtle Carter County of Hendry, George M Hendry,
speak of when there and Carter her husband Homer G Hand and Earl C Smalley, as
digging
"dry-pit"
south
of
460 feet of
a
the documentary proof required Edith Howard Brown and Samp Brown and constituting the Board of Trusteesof
is water in the hole. Well, you see, therein if veteran preference is concrete monument: markingthe her husband Sallle C Gravely and L 0 Caloosahatchee Improvement District

that water is below elevation in other Northeast Corner of said Gravely, her husband, Minnie Ham- and R E Kurtz as Trustee for the
claimed. holders of bonds of Caloosahatchee Improvement -
mock and Asa Hammock, her husband
Section 28 43
words below the required bottom of Township District.
c. 3. Proof of United States citizen- Century Land Company a corporation
r., the channel; all the dirt that has to South, Range 34 East; thence J ,J Wiggins, Mrs Virginia Darby and WHEREAS, In and by said petitionand : .:

-r. .,. out is ship If applicant Is foreign-born. Westerly at a right angle to John M. Darby, her husband. Pearl L proceedings petitioner prays for I
; come actually dry or nearly
: 1
the East line of said Section Mordue and Mordue her husband and seeks condemnation, for the pur- :
h so. And drypit digging is at least I James O'Neill Florence Campbell pose of carrying through the said project -
20, 40 feet to a point; thence Saffarrans. as executrix of the estateof 'upon payment of proper 'damagesIn
.,, forty percent more efficient than digging Northerly parallel to the East Lock Campbell deceased Florence condemnation, the perpetual right

; in water, which accounts for LEGAL line of said Section 20, 125 Campbell Saffarrans. Individually and power and privilege to enter upon
J\fr. Mac's' Saffarrans, her husband, excavate, cut away, and remove any or
\ wonderful records. The
NOTICESI feet to a point; thence of
J ; JarrV Flemming, Cecil J Jackman, all of the following tracts or parcels

next time ,you go down notice the Easterly at a right angle 40 E M O'Bannon Clara M Kirtland. Susan land as ,may be required for the Im-
I Smith and Smith, her husband provement and maintenance of the
drag cable, the steel rope that drags I feet, to'a point; thence
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ITVELPI'H May Seely and Seely. Caloosahatchee River or any enlarge-
'- :I 'r the bucket back towards the machine Southerly parallel to the ; her husband. Rachel Shock and ment thereof, and to maintain the portion -
\ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OE
'" I East line of said Section 20 Shock, her husband, Sarah so excavated and the channel
when it has been filled-they wear '
I
FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY navigable -
Pierce and Pierce, her'hus- thereby created as a part of the
t-, out about two of those every month, COUNTY IN CHANCERY: 125 feet to the point of be- band. Alice E Stannard, Herman Stan- waters of the United States, and

:;. of ginning. nard. Jr., Charlie: E Stannard, Irving J the further right to enter upon, occupy -
; yet they are capable witsstandinsa
.. : No. 726 I I Stannard Edwin R Williams and AnnaW and use any portion of said land
;(;' a strain of so many tons that I'm I Sections 21, 22,. 27, 28, '29, 3g, Williams his wife, Herbert P Williams not so cut away and converted Into

t: afraid to put it down in black and 31, 32, 33 and 34, Township 43 .. Emma Williams Fannie D Williams public of navigable material waters,; and for for the such deposit -
GLADES LAND CORPORA- : dredged
t. Isabella M Williams, Arthur T
white. South, Range 34 East; other purposes as may be needful In
t> TION. a corporation organ, : 'J Williams Jr., and Emma R Williams, as the preservation and maintenance of

, '- At Ortona the sheet piling will ized and existing under the : Sections 1 and 6, Township 44 executors of the estate of Arthur T the said ,Caloosahatchee River, to-wit:
Williams deceased Arthur T Williams -
probably be driven by the time laws of the State of Dela- South 33 East
you : Range ; Jr., Individually, and. Claire Drew Parcels 8-FX 8-GC. 8-GD: and 8-GH of

read this, and some of the foundation ware, UNITED STATES SUGAR : : Williams, his wife Emma Rochelle the right of way for the Caloosahatchee
Sections 3 4 5 and 6 Town '
k .' piles, in the upper gate sector. CORPORATION, a cor- : Porter and Garrett Porter. her husband River as shown on platt recorded in
: ship 44 South, Range 34 East; Lucy Starke Williams, Isabella M Drew Plat Book 2, page 69, of the Public Rec-
.._ Forms are in process of construction. poration organized and ex- : and Herbert Drew, her husband. J P ords of Hendry County, Florida;

r I The Marion was..being'moved the oth- isting under the Laws of the : and each of you are hereby required Pendry and Louise Pendry his wife the .
8-HB 8HC1, 3-h9
Parcels 8-HA,
State of Delaware, and THE : to appear to the Bill of Complaint OoverrT. Farm Credit Administration. ,
-; er day on its ponderous tracks to Laura V Hull Carl E Royer. Preston 8-IE 8-IF, 8-IG 8-IH. 8-II. of the rgh'of
CLEWISTON. COMPANY filed herein on the 6th day of Jan- RIver. -
a : J way for the Caloosahatchee !
Minnie A. Polhemus.
I Polhemus '
start digging the other side of the corporation organized and : 'uary, 1936, at the Office of the W Potter and Effle M Potter, shown on plat recorded In Plat B:>::.k"

lower approach channel. which gave existing under ,the laws of : Clerk of the Circuit Court for his wife. John R Burnett and Mat- 2, page 85, of the Florida Public Records Jf

+ .. me a grand chance'to climb all Florida tie L Burnett:his wife, Land Bank Com- I Glades County, ;
over the State of Florida, : Hendry County, at LaBelle, missioner. F Lewis George J Stan
Parcels 8-JB. 8-JA. 8JC.8JE., 8-JF
it and marvel at ,the number and Plaintiffs, : Florida, otherwise the bill of com- nard. Nettie Bowers and Campbell C 8-JH. 8-JJ, 8-JK 8-JL. 8-JO. 8-JQ, 8-JR.

size of the gears which fill most of v. : plaint will be taken as confessed by Bowers. her husband, Rosa Lee Murray. 8-JS. 8-JT, 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA. 8-KB.
: Hush Hull, Llllle Hull Burhans and 8-KC 8-KD. 8-KE 8-KF, 8-KG, .
; the interior.: A. H. Brown of the ST. LOUIS UNION TRUST : you.. Mose Bnrhans her husband Madge 8-KH. 8-KI, 8-KJ, 8- K K >

Jacksonville office'was out giving the COMPANY, a corporation : IT IS FURTHER ORDERED ,that Hull. L E Saupe. Trustee, J R Watts and 8-KL. 8-L 8-LA 8-LB 8-LC, 8-LFr

the organized and existing under : this order be published once a week Sons. Inc., a corporation C E Hill. 8-LH 8-IJ. 8-LJ, 8-LK. 8-LL. 8-LM:,
job well
o. o. as all the
; : as rest of
Melvin Messer, Perry C Hull J J Peadro.
8-LP. 8MA3MB, 8-MC,
8-LN. 8-LO
the Laws of the State of
: four consecutive
for weeks ina
(4)
J H Balrd r" BScheet.
the work in this district. Mre! Henrlck'en a-MD. 8-ME. 8-MF 8-MH, 8-MI. 8-MI.
Next Missouri, as Trustee; under : newspaper published and of gen- *... Herman Malakowsky, Maple- C-NA, 8-NE. 8-NC. 8-ND, 8-O 8-OA
week the
'/ dredge Diesel will indenture of Mortgage dated : eral circulation, in Hendry County, woo* Investment Company, a corpon- 8-OB 8-PB, 8-PC, 8-PD 8-PE, 8-PF,
: in place and working tlon. Maxmllllan von Erdmansdorf' 8-QA. '8Q B ,
'b.b\ ; probably. the; 1st day of June, 1922, : Florida. 8-PG 8-Q.
Amelia S Turner
Thomas F Stewart.
And 8-QC; 8-R. 8-RA, 8-RB 8-RC 8-RD,
the Dania is nearly through. between Empire Securities :' DATED at LaBelle, Florida, this I and Edward Turner, her husband Mary 8-RE, 8-RF, 8-RG. 8-RH, 8-RI, 8-SA

Clearing gangs are all along the river, Corporation, a corporation : Ifi day of November, 1935.. Finney Blake, Mary Elizabeth Blake Fox 8-T 8-TA 8-TB 8-TC 8-TD 3-TE

and wonder what the Caloosahat- and St: Louis Union Trust : (Seal of the Circuit Courtof I and Oeor e. Fox Jr.. her husband C-TF. 8-TG, 8-U 8UA.UB.. 8-UC,
: Thomas F Fitzgerald and Rose M Fltperald "> 8-UD. 8-UE 8-UF, 8-V. 8-VA. 8-VB
chee thinks of all this disturbance of Company' as Trustee, recorded : Hendry County, Florida, his rife, William Spitz. Z B 8-VD. 8-W. 8-WA 8-WB, S-WC, 8-X.

her quiet calm and all this muddy- on the 13th day of : affixed) Couch, E B Raschbaum, George; W Ty- 8-XA. 8-XB 8-XC. 8-Y, 8-Y A.
rell. Henry C ,Thompson, r" B Guyp" and 8-YB 8-YC, of right of way for the
June, 1922 in Mortgage : W T. HULL, Clerk of the
;; ing of her clear ,
waters. Frances Guyer, his wife. R Percy Jones, Caloosahatchee River as shown on
K Book 1, Page 204, Public : Circuit Court, William J Wood Frederick 7 TavorA'Jo'aidi plat recorded In Plat Book 2. at page CD,

Records of Glades County, : By INEZ MAGILL, Tavo", Vary:: Favor Mitchell and of the Public Records of Hendry County -

''F Ford Builds :(Florida, and recorded on the : Deputy.Clerk.. Mitchell her husband. ,. Florida
HenuSon B Kelly Geo E Kelly as ad-
14th day of June, 1922, in : EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, mm'strator! of the estate of Edward: NOW, THEREFORE you, the above

I __ Mortgage Book 22, Page :. :Miami, Florida, Kelly, deceased. Edith H Stevens Ivan named and all respondents other'persons and concerned each of In you or,

:' 307, Public Records of Lee : Solicitors for Plaintiff.. Andre Viola Balsln and Ceferino Bal- lien the
(Continued from page 1) fln h'r husband Olive S Whltfle'dand having an interest In. or upon

smiles and handshakes showed how County; Florida, D. J.. : Copied 11-19-35-a j 111 I J Whitfield, her husband ClaraA above described property, you are here-
ROUELSTONE and all parties : Nov. 22 29 Dec. 6 13 1935. Mendenhall and Menden- by notified to be and appear In said
:{ ( District Court for the
: pleased were the Fords, father and hall her husband, Herbert D Menden United States
having or claiming an : Florida. at
Southern District of Tampa. \
; son and hall, A A Gardner, John Edward Bow-
: several Ford
organization ,
i' Florida, the 31st day of December J
interest in the real property : man, Forrest Horrell Kellogg. Berton :E on .

executives, who: were present when the described in the bill, : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Poor; Mary A Hendly and H Hendly, her 1935. to of show ,what have Interest in or to or the Hen JKi *n
or any you aoovLy
millionth husband Stafford Powers, Horace An- .
'. : :Ford rolled off the production Defendants. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF described property, or any part thcreof.V
derson Eestor and Catherine C Bestor,
.i .. line. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY and to show cause If any, you or any
: ORDER REQUIRING DE- his wife Floretta Dana James F Dana.
t" In COUNTY.DIVORCE Edwin L Dana, Marjorie L Dana W of you have why said property should
reply to queries relative to 1936 : FENDANTS TO APPEAR. not be taken by United* States of
De-iu'' Dana C R Dana Mary F Sim-
:
i : production and sales, Henry Ford is Application! having been made upon MILDRED MAE LANDON.Plaintiff and Harvey Sims, her husband, MattyL America for the purposes set forth In of
and this penalty
said petition on
t: reported to have smiled broadly and the sworn bill of complaint and VS.CLARENCE Reynolds and E T Reynolds! her you, and each; and all of you, the said
?y : LANDON. husband, J M Walker, Edith Williams barred of all claim
said: "You can just we'll make M: Roan. respondents being
" say Defendant J B Roberson J B Cox. Lee
iffadavit constructive service for said
and Interest in and to property.
h all we can sell and sell all we ORDER OF PUBLICATION Individually and as executrix of the
can 1n order requiring unknown de- STATE OP" FLORIDA. TO CLARENCE estate of Charles F Roan, deceased, I WITNESS, the Honorable Alexander
c ',:.. make. M Hendersonand Akerman, United States District Judge
'endants and two known defendantsto LANDON. GREETINGS: W Roan J J Davis, Ida
c.-, You are hereby commanded to file George S Henderson, her husband, and likewise the undersigned as Clerkof
appear your written appeara-ce personally or Harvey S Dyess George H Graham, said District Court, at Tampa. Florida -

(; What Culture Is IT IS ORDERED that ST. LOUIS hv attorney In said cause at the Court Solon B Crews Leland R Crews JosephJ this the 8th day of November, 1935.
House In LaBelle. Florida In the officeof Davis. Rufus M Burchard Eliza A EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk,
f: Using big words is not' culture. Cnl- UNION TRUST COMPANY, a cor the Clerk of said Court on or'before Williams and Williams By JULIAN A. BLAKE

i, ture Is a combination} of Intelligence poration organized and existing under Monday, the 6th day of January, 1936 her husband, Albert T Williams, Fred G.:. Deputy Clerk.
file with said! Clerk Rock and ----
and thereafter to Miner. Mrs Albertine
!', education! skill kindness! nnrt modesty, the laws of the State of Missou- your written defense If any, to the Bill Rock her husband Mrs Lee Thomas McE. Johnston,

Atchlsnn: mnh -I, as Trustee, under Indenture of of Complaint filed In said suit at the M Roan, as executrix of the estate' of Attorney at Law
;; Mortgage dated the 1st, day of June time prescribed by law. which Bill of John G Lane, deceased, W L Murray, Miami. Florida
for divorce was filed by the Broth- Attorney for Petitioner.
Position Complaint Anne Elizabeth Lupton, Garvey
OpenContinued 1922
between Securitie
:t Empire Plaintiff this 5th day of December.. 1935.

, Corporation, a corporation, and SI It Is further ordered that this ,Notice1'e -
I published In the Clewlston News; a
h; --- Louis Union Trust Company, a /
: of general circulation, published -
newspaper
( from :page 1) Trustee, recorded on the 13th 'da,' at Clewlston. Florida, once a ,

: :., APPLICATIONS MUST POSSESS of June, 1922, In Mortgage Book ".'.eok for four consecutive weeks priori HOW TO R{ P ; UCATED"Read

'. THE 204 Public Records of Gln dr .TT'iarv, R. 19"6
,. FOLLOWING QUALIFIC\-: age ONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle Daily the World-Wide Constructive News in

CATIONS: County Florida, and recorded n "1'O-d"v County. Florlrllthis 5th day THIS CI1B1IST3AIV SI'SEXfE:! : H '!iTOn. '

Y, 1. he 14th day of June, 1922, in Mo- December, A. D., 1935.WILLIAM. :
They must be citizens the
of .' T. HULL, An International Daily Newspaper
Book 22 Page 307. Public R
: United 'States. Sage M Clerk of the Circuit Court r.candaJ. -:
cords of Lee County, Florida::, at" Hendry County, Florida. It elves all the cObStructlhe world news but does Dot exploit crime and
: 2. Men like the column "Tbe World's Day.-n. at a glance for
.r REQUInEl\IENTS.-They must T). J. ROULESTONE and all par'*' A true copy. the hu.y reaelcr. It has Interesting future pages for all the family. A .
show that they have had 'the trainingand having or claiming an interest In' 'S T-AT_ .) Weekly Magazine SectJon. written by diJotlllCUlshcd authorities on econo'ntc .
'VTJJ.'AM: T. HULL, social, and political problems, gives:; a survey of world .aalrl.
| or experience in one of the ollowing described real property < \K Clerk of Said Court. - - - - -

following groups: ( Hendry and Glades, .Counties, Fl" ,T. M. COUSE Clewlston, Florida, The Christian Science Publishing Society

(1) The completion of ida to-wit: Solicitor for Plaintiff. One Norway Street, Boston; Massachusetts
at least Dec 6-13-20-27.. Jan 3. Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for

one full year af an engineering course Sections 31 a period of
and 32 Township
1 year $9,00 6 months $4.SO 3 months $:.25 1 mor4 75c
in
I a college or university of recogn- 42 South, Range 32 East; Wednesday issue, including Magazine Sectlon: 1 year $2:.60, 6 Is-ucs 25o
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE

,, ized months standing of experience and not as less surveyman than six Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 ; Fra"tlonal TiNTTFD DISTRICT STATES FOR OF THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN -- Name,...........,.....;....,..........'............................ r.

running surveying instruments. Section 5 ; All 'of Sec- TAMPA DIVISION Address,.................... ... ....,..........,'... .................
I tions 6, 7 and 8 North and U. S. Civ No 263-T Sample Copy on RgtjueitPr"
I (2) The completion 'of a standard East of Ft. Myers-Palm UNITED STATES OF AMERICA I'

high sihool course and at least Beach Cross-State Highway; v. Petitioner II I






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