The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:I\\ :KEN WILLIAMS HERE N. R. S. Supervisor Caloosahatchee Chief of Engineers RELIEF ROLLS OPEN

. Dies in Alabama Pays Visit to Lake


W. P. Arledge, District Super- i Major-General Edward M. Markham -
BUSINESS MEETINGKen I visor of the National Re-employment 'By Marjorie B. WallaceNot Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, I EMERGENCY MEASURE

I Service since its inception in 1933, who is spending a short vacation in J Jliam'i
paid a short visit to the Clew- -
with headquarters in Clewiston, died often in the course of this ,
Williams, LieutenantGovernor I Wednesday in the Fitts-Hugh Hos- job will you be able to see two iston Engineer office Tuesday witha FERA registration books, closed

.,.. for the Southeastern District 0'' pital in Montgomery Alabama, following dredges side by each in the river, party of friends.' His visit was Unofficial -! on November 1, have been tempo-

..... Kiwanis, of West Palm Beach, met a three weeks' illness. He but that was the interesting sight and he expressed great surprise rarily re-opened in the Evergladesarea
. '
.' made his In LaBelle until and pleasure that the work on I of Palm Beach in
with the local club at their regulai had home that met my eyes at the end of a county, and

. meeting on Wednesday night for a I his illness. ride on the Standard tug "Audry" the Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee pI-O-1 Hendry and 'Glades counties for the

?;: .. discussion of business matters ol I Mr. Arledge was formerly em- the other day. The Audry, a neitand ject had progressed so far since purpose of providing an extensionto

'., important interest to the club. I ployed by the Seaboard Railway in speedy and powerful craft, witha last visit. I the time for those government

I I' Mr. Williams brought out in his LaBelle, resigning his position with new 6 cylinder full Diesel engine The party remained in Clewiston employees and others thrown out of

'I' < talk that state Kiwanis clubs had the railroad company to accept the I and a pleasant pilot by the 'name of only about three hours but Maj.-I work soon after the cessation of en-

I' \; ',' :.' ; decided to change their program I position of supervisor of the Clewis- W. C. Sanders, picked me and the Gen. Markham will return sometime rollment.
,. .r(:;..; ... .' somewhat for the new year. During ton District of the] N. R. S. when I derrick barge up at the Marion this month for an official inspection' A temporary relief office has been

c. the past :year the clubs have been that placement service was organized Hendry place and towed us both a of the entire project. He expectsto ( opened here in the city hall in the

vror'dng mainly in behalf of the II lie had made his home in half-mile or so down river to the spend at least two days here and ; room recently vacated by the Na- 'I,

uude 'iveleged child and duringthe LaBelle for five years. start of the Diesel's Job which is go over every phase- of the ''work In :tional Re-employment Service. The

coming :year will stress the need I He was taken sick'' three weeks also the end of the Dania's. The detail. 'He plans to remain in Miami ;j office is in charge of Miss Nan Mar-

. of better citizenship and the duty of I ago in Clewiston and was immediately Dania was just' finishing her stint through the month of December. i tin Allen, of Stuart, who is handling -,

I Kiwanians to work toward the up-' removed to the Fort Myers and the Diesel was parked alongside Several airplanes flying about over r[this emergency work in this district.
building of their communities. Hospital for treatment. His condition I I Assisting her are Miss Dorothy
the and led
to cut Clewiston
o' waiting move into a Tuesday morning some :
,,.,..., Other items of business purely of I was' regarded as very grave very pretty picture they made reflected to believe that Gen. Markham had ,|Wieaver, of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Margaret -
: club interest were discussed by Mr. I and a week ago he was taken to his in the blue water. flown here in one of the army bomb-!' Sherrell, of Fort Myers, and

Williams in his talk following which former home in Marbury, Alabama, I deceived about the i[Miss Hester Graham, of West Palm
I Somebody sure me ; ing planes now on maneuvers on
there was a general discussion and from there was placed In the I'Beach. The office has been kept
I the size of the dredge Diesel. I East Coast and the rumor was cur-
among the members present which hospital at' Montgomery' Funeral was told that she carried a 20 inch rent that this plane had "bombed" open every day for the convenienceof
occupied considerable time. services were held in Marbury, where 24 with any of the men who wish to sign
V !pipeline-well, It's a a the hurricane gate and levee here, '
Alec Arnett, a past president of his mother, Mrs. Robert Arledge still hull the rolls.
30 inch intake. The dredge but Capt. Richardson Selee, of the
the West Palm Beach Kiwanis club resides. Since the dropping of approximately -
alone is 175 feet long; the ladderis U. S. Engineer sub-office, stated
accompanied Mr. Williams to Clewis He is survived by his widow and three hundred men from the
70 feet, the over-all length 250 that so far as he knew the rumor I
ton and gave an interesting and inspiring three children, two daughters and I[ payrolls of the U. S. Engineers after
; feet, the beam 40 and the depth was entirely without foundation and
f.> talk along the same lines one son, as well as several brothers SOME I Is. recent cut in appropriation, every
feet; which, mah frans, is that Mr. Markham had motored over
t ". discussed by Mr. Williams. and sisters. The of his has been made relief officials
*i ." sympathy dredge. Not only the' hull but from Miami with his friends. effort by
>:T-.i : many friends In this section is extended much off the superstructure is of and by officials of the U. S,

J'/1" Contract Awarded for to the bereaved relatives. her Engineers to secure some sort of
: steel, and whatever original
.:.: Diesel Dredge Starts ruling whereby an extension could
i..., color scheme may have been, it has I
/:'JF i; '" Moore Haven Plant Large Yacht Makes weathered to the loveliest soft shadeof be granted In order that these men

: ;: old rose, to which the Dania'sblack I Work on River. could be signed, get their cards

'j5,1 Trip Across Lake and white completely made i from the National ReemploymentService
''v':. (Moore Haven Democrat) effective contrast. .I and secure work on projects

'7::': '.:.. The Spadaro Contracting .Com- -- The main engine of our largest Standard Dredging' Company's big now underway ont the Caloosa-

\;{',:., pany, with offices in Moore Haven, One of the largest yachts to at- acquisition in the way of dredgesis hydraulic dredge, Diesel, arrived this I hatchee River. The recent frost

:::;:'I' : submitted the low bid on the new tempt passage across the state 'via the most tremendous 6 cylinderfull week, for work on that company's I which did widespread damage in the

.1'.\v":*"." water treatment plant and extensions the St. Lucie, Lake Okeechobee and Diesel I have ever been personally contract in Division 8 of the Caloosa- south shore trucking area, also

t-1* to the present water system the Caloosahatchee River since the introduced to. Lillian Russell hatchee River work and those who threw a great many people out

J'- i.,1 when the bids were opened this government work was started passed and her most voluminous bustle enjoy seeing a magnificent piece of of employment temporarily who will

:::1<. morning at 11:00, at the city hall. I outside of Clewiston today and entered could have got inside one of those machinery' in action will get a great benefit by the reopening of the

; ," ', Their total bid was $25.200with' the rim canal at Liberty Point. huge cylinders and had plenty of deal of pleasure out of visiting thisneW' I, registration books.
':: alternate deductibleamounts of t It's machine, the largest hydraulic Relief officials state that there
; The boat is the Pioneer of Salisbury, room Jo shimmy. really
,'. ,;>! $6,100 if necessary to bring the price Md., and is en route to St.: Petersburg breathtaking. It develops 1150horseppwerj dredge exer to 'work on any of the has been no new ruling or a rescind-

.C", within the appropriation made by where it will be used as an excursion then, here's.an, 800 h. government 'projects. : ing of the old one and that the

the PWA. ooat capable of carrying 200 people, p.'--Diesel cutter;{ engine, and a 160h. Although no data is available on leniency at this time is prompted entirely -
;', ..- ., Only two other bids were submit- and of the I by an emergency situation.
.... -: on Tampa Bay during the winter p. auxilliary for lights, electric the dimensions
ted. North American Construction season. control of swinglines, and so on. So machine, it is said to contain one of I Those men who wish to sign theo

Company; of Jacksonville was next to The Pioneer is 120 feet In length,I you see where the dredge gets her, the most powerful plants of any rolls are urged to do so at the j

the Spadaro Company with a bid of 22 feet wide and weighs 192 net monikker. She's plumb full-up dredge. All motors are Diesels, the earliest possible moment as the

$34,120 and the Capitol Concrete, tons. Jt is powered by two 175 h. p. ,' with Diesels., pump motor producing close to 1,50( i books will not remain open for any

,8! Company of Jacksonville was highest' distillate motors. In spite of its sIze! Henry Palmer is inspector on the horse-power and the cutter motor great length of time and some be-
with a bid of $34,880. Deductible about 750 h. A third Diesel engine -! lieve that they will be closed at the
U only draws three and a half feet of]I Diesel; Mr. Davis was there, too! p. I
amounts from various items on each water. Capt. M. O. McMullen is mas-]i and Gapt. B. B. Stewart, superin- for lighter work is about 200h. I end of this week.

of these bids would have brought) ter of the craft with O. V. Hill chief tendent for Standard, and Chief) p. The intake pipe is 27 inch in i "j

them down within range of the appropriation engineer and Harry Blake, mat 'j II Engineer Ellis.aud all of them very I diameter and the outlet 24 inches.

but would have elimin- The owners of the boat are M. S. I nice to the old lady. I didn' meet One of the most peculiar things: Young Democrat Club

ated several items from the original McNeeley and Capt. E. Ray Mc-'! the master of the dredge, whose to those familiar with the work ol

plans. I Neely, brothers of St. Petersburg..)I handle is T. P. Long, but there'llbe hydraulic machines which have been Organized at LaBelle

The total appropriation from the Mr. and Mrs. M. S. ,McNeeley were another day. Yesterday I went operating on the lake is the cutter I

PWA was set at $29,091 but with ai with the boat on its trip across the (!I back to the Diesel and the Dania motor. This motor, instead of turn- I

deduction for engineering and contingencies peninsula, Mrs. McNeeley joining the and took some pictures of them, and Ing a generator which in turn pro, (Hendry County News)
that has been brewing
the amount left will boat at Brunswick, Ga. I also of the Davis, to put in my duces pOer.for the cutter, is gearedup A movement
I equal about $24,000., As this amountis for some time took form Tuesday
The Pioneer was tied up at Moore precious scrap-book. directly to the cutter with a universal !
I night at the court house in the formation -
$1,200 below the total bid of the '
off the
which cuts power
Haven while. Mr. McNeeley, accompanied The Dania is tied up below the cut of the Young Democratic jI j
Spadaro Company it was decided to when the cutter, 01
MacWil- automatically
by officials of the
? where she finished working and will .
Club of Hendry County.The I
take an $1,800) additional deduction I becomes bound in rock. I
made a' agitator,
Hams Dredging Company,
be moved soon to near LaBelle, with the following -
club organized
on one item with a possibility of be-|i I I The Norman H. Davis, another of
down the Caloosahatchee to I
trip where she has about two and a half I as officers: Bill Maddox,
'-. ing allowed by the PWA engineers to and whether it I, the com'r>any's hydraulic machinesis
make soundings see
miles to dig on the MacKenzie sec Hull vice
Miss Madge ,
--.''. deduct only the necessary amount of I would be possible to take: the boaton I tion. She has taken' 1,121,180 cubic|; already on the job and Is reportedto president; C. A. Roberts, second vice I
,', pipe to bring the price down to the : Little diffi- have started dredging. The president; I
through to the Gulf.
yards of dirt out of 01' Man River;
: president Miss Inez Magill, secre-
$24,000. The item deducted is a' ;
I culty was expected to be encountered that's her net yardage. She had the: Tampa is expected to arrive at any I and Spencer Aiken, treasurer. I
which have been tary;
grill was to -
because of the vessel's shallow draft. J hard luck to break the cutter shaft time, also, for work on the contract. The Wxt meeting will be held
between the ends of the water :
Mr. McNeeley stated that they had and'! The Dania has moved up the river I
the last on the job, December
': very house Tuesday, -
In the court on
mains ending on the streets' at th I I to workon i
from Fort Myers
little trouble following the markers will need some face-lifting)I II this week !
school house and court house. The I at Labile : 17.
I contract -
the U. S. Engineers the
: recently'erected by before she comes up this way. i with the fol- 1
The club 'organized
awarded to the
contract was Spa- I I work'should all be well
: across the lake but did have I and the
The Davis is making good time Bill Maddox, J.
I I lowing members:
daro Company subject to the -
considerable trouble securing accurate the line. .:::::1- way within a very short
and advancing right along
;t. of the PWA office either in I L. Maddox, C. A. Roberts, Roy
-.r Jacksonville of Washington.W. information regarding the passage Yesterday she started a cut across a I Green, R. B. Waldron, S. A. Graves,

Austin Smith of Jacksonville, down the Caloosahatchee. :. small neck of land; she's still dig- Mayor Duff Handles ; Dennis Small, Roy Lewis, Wallace

ging mostly sand but ahead they are : Aiken Mark Poole, George Poole.
for the
consulting engineer city on
the new water works was represent CLARK-AJLLEN: NUPTALS blasting rock and she will have hard Sale of Xmas Seals Ray Hull, Miss Inex Magill, Spencer
work before she gets through. I Davidson, M. A. Pace
Aiken, J. O.
ed at the bid opening by C. E. Rich-
heimer who will have charge of con-I Miss Vesta Allen, daughter of, Mr. MacKenzie is blasting, too. So if and Asa Townsend.
down there be sure not to Mayor F. Dean Duff, Christmas i I
struction. Mr. Richheimer was located and Mrs. C. M. Allen of Clewiston' you go
here for a short time this year became the bride of D. W. Clark, of stand over a shot when it's touchedoff Seal chairman in Hendry county I BKADENTON HEADQUARTERSFARM

with the U. S. Engineers, while on Jacksonville here on Wednesday or you might get a SwedishI vibratory will receive credit for 'all Christmas I LOAN ASSOCIATION
,. seals sold in this county, accordingto
: leave of absence from, his firm. ;afternoon, December 4, the simple treatment.The I -
Charles F.. Kuhn, PWA engineeralso ,eremony being held at the home of most 'interesting news at Or- G. B. Knowles, president of the I Bradenton, Dec. 13 (FNS).-

attended the bid opening: the bride's parents and conductedby tona is the arrival of three spanking Florida Tuberculosis Health Associa-I Bradenton has been made headquarters +
the seal sale in
Asked what he considered Moore I Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, pastor: new Rex concrete mixers, oneandahalf tion, sponsoring I of the National Farm Loan

Haven's chance of securing PWA of the Clewiston Community .Church.. yard capacity, which will be i I Florida.In Association and Production Credit
approval on the loan and an The room in which the ceremonywas mounted on trucks. These mixers order to aU Mr. Duff I Association serving nine counties in

priation soon for work to appro'I'I held was beautifully decorated will be filled at the batcher and will were mailed out from the state head- peninsular Florida. These associa-
I asking
Jacksonville '
Richheimer stated that he: with a profusion of red Radianceroses. b3; in operation continuously as the quarters in this office. tons arc agencies of the Farm Credit
it "now in the bag" and The bride wore a dark blue trucks carry them to the scene< of funds "bo returned to Administration having the handling

were 100 per cent In favor of the suit with accessories to match and the pour. That will certainly deliver Mr. Knowles stated Mr. Duff will i of long term mortgage loans and
credit for funds sent
plant being built. carried a bouquet of white lillies. the freshest possible concrete In receive the same !: production credit in the following

j, The new water works will provide Miss Roberta George, maid of honor, the forms; hand it to Toe Spadarohe's -- to state headquarters as those sent I counties: Manatee, Sarasota, Char- j I

a new house for the plant to be 10ij' -' wore a suit of Spanish tile and car- doing that job up brown in every directly to him, pointing out that Ilotee, Lee, Haidee, DeSoto, Highlands !
be returned in program
a ted adjacent to the present 'electric ried red roses. new and approved manner. By they would Hendry and Glades.TEN .
plant, new' settling tanks and equip- The groom was attended by J. C. the way, \Vebster-my Inseparable including, among other things; a

/! ment, extensions of water ;mains and Swindall, of Moore Haven an uncle friend Webster.-defines "mix" In clinic for the early discovery of tuberculosis i'
consultation serv- MINUTE CHANGE
l new fire hydrants in sections of town of the bride. the following words, to-wit: "to o cases; I
i not reached at present, extension of 1 The couple left soon after the cause a promiscuous interpenetration ices for local physicians; educationalwork i IN _A. C. L. SCHEDULE :
I and a campaign I
lines to the negro quarters and cleaning I ceremony for Jacksonville where of the parts of, as of two or I among negroes :
hospital facilities for residents -I Effective tonight the A. C. L. evenIng -
and painting of the \ city water I they! will make their home. more substances, with each other." to provide :
I bf Hendry and the other 66 train will leave Clewiston ten
tank. Out-of-town guests at the wedding Well, that might mean most any-I
state. J earlier than formerly. Train
included: J. R. Clark, of Jackson- thing. But it gives those Rex ma- counties of the minutes
of 6:00 as
will leave at 5:50 instead
Mrs. E. J. Rogero was called to ville, father of the groom, and Mr. 1, chines something to live up to. will
St. Augustine Wednesday by the and Mrs. J, C, SwlndaH of Moore' The forms are being built very Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent Tuesday In the past. The morning train

death of a brother-in-law1"\ Haven, :I I (Continued on Page 5) visiting her father in Tampa, arrive at the same time;! as uua.l


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SOME interesting views on current

BRISBANE News Review of Current Raymond ;Moley: former' member of
the. "brain trust, told the

Buying Officers In New York: "I

THIS' WEEK Events the World Over have said many times that the whole f :
problem of government relief and work

relief is a necessary temporary expedient :: -

Paging Japan ; but it Is also a shaky and \ s

Black Gold Best for War dangerous one., Every one Is willingto
Chino-Japanese War May Come From Autonomy Move- recognize that work relief in itselfis

The Mighty AirplaneTwo no curative. It Is narcotic in its
Kinds of Treasure ment-Oil Embargo Against Italy Postponed- effect. 6
ath rmeE efma
When the Japanese plan to absorb President Busy With the, Budget.By Harry W Nice, Republican governorof '

a section of northern China with population Maryland, declared Chicago. that
of 95,000,0011seemed < America's constitution is no more In

to have EDWARD PICKARD need of change than arc the Ten Com

been abandoned, Western Newspaper Union. mandments. The, issue in the coming KENNETH the FOSTER hurried
chaos broke loosein election, he held, is that of free Insti- crowded streets.
northern China. war between the an of Texas, chairman of the tutions versus dictatorship.Gen. looked so happy, so

Industrious bandits DOWNRIGHT of Dictator house appropriations committee, Hugh S. Johnson, former NRA eager, so good-natured. He wondered

without fear of Chiang Kai-shek and the Japanese took part In the first conferenceand administrator, told Milwaukee Rotarians why he felt so out of tune with them

Japan's efficiency, appeared almost certain when theJ" told the correspondents that that the administration is proceeding all.

began looting stores "..-ft .... """ autonomy movement he would carry a budget of not to' the "left," that 07 per cent of From counter to counter he went
and Chinese mer- '. : : in north more than $;.00,000,000 In excess of the business men of the United Statesare lIe wanted to compare values, to get

chants begged Japan China was revivedin estimated revenues through the against It because ,of the New the best price'on everything he bought.He .

to restore or- eastern Ilopei house by "a devil of a fight" Then Dealers' attitude toward the profit sys- was going to do his Christmas shop-

der. Eleven .Japanese r. and Chahar provinces Mr. Buchanan, who didn't appearto tem. As prime exponents of the gov- ping In a sensible way, the way it

divisions quar- : by Yin Ju- have White House support for ernment's present philosophy, Johnson really ought to be done.

tered outside the :;'W.: .: 1 keng, the administrative this stand, left suddenly for Wash- cited Rexford Tugwell, Aubrey WIl- Passing through the art departmenthis

Great Wall are ..fi;: ; d commissioner ington, refusing to explain his departure liams, and Harry Hopkins. "The idea eyes fell on a beautiful piece of

ready to move in, l I m .:. and friend of ; and the conference continued of dividing the nation's wealth, as pro- pottery. Unconsciously he stopped, and

Arthur Brisbane and Japan will _.i? {- ::5? Japan Leaders of, with Secretary of the Treas- posed by these gentlemen, is not the

hardly have the heart to stay out un- <;.tm?>. ::;;, J the rest of the region ury Morgenthau, Acting Budget Di-' way out," he said. "Rather, the thingto I k \

der such circumstances. Later Japan !: ....:#fi& .. were undecided ___ rector Bell and Mark Shields, clerk be done is to create wealth with
will not have the heart to stay out of on their course.u' : of the appropriations committee.The more persons working and each cre-

the Philippines. Japanese confidencein Gen. Chiang but japanese President told the press they ating new wealth.

the sun goddess seems justified.The Kai-shek troops began to were making distinct progress In arranging -

drift Is Japan's way, with westerners pour in by the trainload. Three the federal finances, hav- DAN-AMERICAN Airways opened a cp

busy planning to kill each other. thousand of them with full war ing already cut the departmental new chapter in the story of aviation -

equipment arrived In Tientsin, and estimates by $400,000,000. He con- when its huge China Clipper

There are, California tells you, sev- the garrison at Pelping was more tradicted reports that he was con- carried the first consignment of airmail ;

eral kinds of gold] : yellow gold that than doubled. The Fengtal railway templating revision of the Ickes .. 'f from Alameda, fl I

took crowds to California In 1S49 ; an- junction a few miles from Peipingwas .PWA and the Hopkins WPA to ..,.,. Calif., to Manila, with i !

other yellow gold that grows on orange, seized, Colonel TakahashI, military ease the friction between the two ". ....." stops at H o n o lu 1 n,
.. '
lemon and grapefruit trees; the white attache, asserting this was New Deal officials. Midway Islands. Wake

gold water power Tolling from the necessary because the rolling stock island, and Guam. I!

mountains, to produce black gold, power was being moved south, threatenIng > Capt. Edwin C. Mu- I \ .
and fertility, and the oil in the the isolation of the Japanese sick, veteran chief I
ICKES has revived the pl'I whn Ii
ground. forces.In ..: Yea.:h lot of the 'I II i
between the New Deal- \ I
controversy .-
Mussollnl's)[ ?:-determlnation: to keep oil Nanking officials said the national ers and the big steel corporations :"itfff" ,,'., was in command of i, i I I
flowing into Italy, even at risk of ,European government was determinedto concerningsteel '''>:':' the craft and was aid-

war, shows that oil is more meet with force any attempt to T .: ed by a crew of six
prices. Mr. ; 'f. men. Fourteen His Eyes Fell on a Beautiful Piece of
In than force the passen-
Important war now yellow autonomy on territory
Ickes s a i'there I ---- ------
It moves tanks the south of Hopei and Chahar : gets started on the Pottery.
I gold. great keeps provInces was "prIma facie Cap Edwin,
J planes in the air; it means motion, and and the executive Yuan pro- flight and twelve were
evidence of collusion" C. Musick admired Its exquisite art. A sudden
dropped off to relieve
successful motion means victory. claimed five sweeping reforms designed -
in identical '' thought flashed through his mind.
the staffs at Midway' and Wake. The
of the
to stop the spread
" ,
.r' bids on a Florida 1,700 miles between Guam and Manila "Wouldn't mother love something like
::Mlglity Is the in northern movement
airplane Chiang vas hurrying
:. public works project had not been flown heretofore. this? Wouldn't she get a thrill out of
Brazil, where the "elbow" sticks out large bodies of troops to the north- k "
The PWA ad- After showing it to her friends?
" Into the Atlantic. Soldiers said by the ward. He also sought to hold the ; one or two more flights to
'. ', Associated Press to be guided by Communists support of the Shantung war lord, ministrator said the Manila the clipper will continue to Quickly] his resolution to buy noth-
Sir 4 four companies bId- China and operate on through sched- ing but practical gifts vanished into
L : decided to run the govern- Han Fu-chu, entrusting him with
+ ment and make it better. They locked the defense of the northern Honan ding-$185,000--- each ules thereafter.The .. thin air. He would buy the piece for
;-, on 3,300 tons or Philippine Clipper, second of mother. For the rest of the family
.t up their officers and were just starting and Shantung frontiers, and promIsing Sec'y Ickes I ,
steel for Miami
:: a Pan-American Airways' transPacificair and others, he'would get the gifts he
,.. the new "better" government when official him money and supplies, if
dock-Inland, Carnegie, Jones & fleet, arrived at Alameda from the had planned, but mother must have
airplanes came along with bombs."Bang" needed, to stem Invasion. Han Fu-
Laughlln, and Kalman (a Bethe- Atlantic coast and her crew began something to bring that light Into hen
elm of
late has been wooed
. _' went or two bombs, assiduously -
-. one the hem sulsidiary-were the same preparations for a flight to Manila be- eyes that he loved to see. He was .
; aerial machine said "rat-tat-tat" by Japanese.
( guns a that submitted identical bids on an
ginning December 6. quite sure this lovely pottery would
few times. Wang Chin wei, premier and foreign -
\ ; ocean terminal at Morehead City, turn the trick. He could almost hear

f .. The revolutionary soldiers said, minister of the Nationalist government N. C., an'd the Triborough bridge inNew RICHARD HAUPTMANN'S her say, "Oh, Kenneth, I've wanted
.. r. = .. resigned president of
"That will do, and scattered in the York city. assert that some of the something like this all my life!I"
Interior. It is hard to "rise and throw the cabinet
In the two earlier instances Ger- Lindbergh random money has been The purchase thrilled him with a

off your chains" while capitalism is man concerns underbid and were found in Massachusetts and that their strange satisfaction. He knew that hewouldn't
+ dropping bombs. OVEMBER: 29 had been set as
awarded the contracts. Amid investigators also have discoveredsome
N pro- have got the same joy out of '
the date for a meeting of the tests from Industry and labor Ickes pieces of evidence that are of buying something ordinary. He wasn't ,J

In Jacksonville Fla., gentlemen fit- League of Nations sanctions com- then halted all additional foreign great Importance to the defense. The going to sneer any more at people buy-
ting out an expedition to hunt for mittee to consider the imposition
"oj' purchases and raised the differen- doomed man himself issued a state- Ing "gee-gaws." Christmas seemed to
: pirate treasure think they know where or an on emoargo tial in favor of domestic materials ment calling on Dr. John F. Condon call for something different There
F' the gold Is. They may find it; prob- against Italy] but SR V
from 15 to 25 per cent. ("Jafsie") to "make a full confession"of should be practical gifts, too ; no
ably will not Premier Laval and what he knows concerning the kid-
There was no foreign bidder on Christmas tree was complete without
t Other gentlemen are figuring out I IJ' British Ambassador the Miami project and Mr. Ickes naping and murder. Colonel Lind handkerchiefs, sweaters, hose and

similar treasure expeditions In Wall George Russell said the contract would be awarded bergh's little son.GOVEnNOns gloves, and such things, but there shouldbe
Clerk, after a conference ,. '
street regardless of what happened to the concern "that Is farthest other things, too Man did not :
when they did that in 1929. in Paris, of the federal re- I '
away and has to pay the highest live by bread alone, Kenneth was find-
r' Men hunting pirate treasure and recommended that freight bill-the object Is to spread in the bulletin of the Ing out; other things were necessary.
the session be Indefinitely reserve board, have sounded a most
.Wall street treasure will have plentyof around.
prosperity Suddenly his face broke into a grin.That's .
postponed cheerful note concerning business con
and that
excitement probably Is
the very thing he would do. He
well worth the effort "A ,dull life is > and this action ditions. Summing up facts gatheredall
would last
buy every one of the family
'f no life." was taken. The THERE was terror throughout over the country, they concludedthat
something practical, but he would also
statesmen f ear e d Germany when Hitlef started the United States was undergoingthe
Premier Lavalwould buy them something that he felt they
The great Jonker diamond, biggest early oil sanctions what apparently was another most substantial] economic recov-
would love to have bit of
: some beautyor
uncut stone on ,earth, is to be cut into seriously aggravate the political -' "purge." Hundreds of persons were ery since the depression began, with
situation, and Laval thoughtif arrested and taken to prison or con- frivolity that they would not other-
smaller pieces, since no one rich every sign pointing to its continuance.
.k enough to buy it noW' would wear so he were. given more time he centration camps, those taken In- Business activity has been sustainedfor getThe

big a diamond.It might bring about the conciliation[ cluding some minor officials of the ten months near the high level It money that he was spending bad

might have been sold to .a Rus- of the Italo-Ethiopian quarrel. Nazi party in Berlin. Many others reached the first of the year, the bulletin come to him in a letter from his grand-

:' sian czar, Turkish sultan or Ethiopian There were good reasons for the were known as Socialists. The oth- said "in contrast to the courseof father a few days before. "Buy Christmas ,

F''V emperor for use in a crown, "to Increase uneasiness of the French and British were known as Socialists. The business' In the three preceding gifts for the family with this," the :

; majesty." But czars and sul- governments. Benito Mussolini composed of war veterans, was years when advances were' not sus- old man had written. "It is quite a

tans have vanished Ethiopia's ruler is had bluntly told the world that the suppressed and its leaders' jailed. tained but were quickly followed by sum for a young fellow to spend alone,
: but I am sure that you will do it wise-
, > short of cash. Imposition of an oil embargo would declines.
'" The big diamond will be cut into mean war in Europe, the warning ELEVEN American diplomats and ly. And I'' want your report of what t(A

-r small pieces\ and sell for about $!,500- being given through his ambassador -. officers, selected by Sec- FOR a long time It has been appar- you "bought after the holidays are

'. "" 000. The largest "piece" will weigh 100 .' to France, Vittorio Cerruti. retary of State Hull, have sailed, to that there would be a split in over.

': carats, the rest from 10 to 50 carats. Furthermore, there was doubt in represent this country in the com- the American Federation of Labor over Kenneth had felt sure that his ,

: Interesting opportunity- deserving London and Paris concerning the ing naval confer- the issue of industrial unionism versus grandfather would want him to buy

i,: Hollywood stars. ability of the United States government ence in London. At craft unionism. That sensible thing, but now, he' felt dif

, I to prevent the shipment of their head is Nor- split now has occurred, ferently. Something inside of him

fa John S. Ciemiengo, sixteen, sentenced oil to Italian ports. In Washington man H. Davis, the and In the ranks'of or- seemed to say that the way he was

to die next January in the electric it was _reported that Ambassador President's ambassadoratIarge -. ganized labor there Is going to spend the money now was ex

: chair, helped George EL Hilde- Augusto Rosso _had discussed for coming a great battle d, .ae actly as his grandfather wanted him

;. brand, twenty-six, to rob and murder the matter with Secretary of State Europe, who partici- between the two ele to. What a letter he would have to

S, ''0 an old poultry farmer. Hull, suggesting that attempts to pated in the pre- ments. The matter was write-surely ne could put all the new- .

i1': Sixteen seems rather young for an choke off exports of oil, copper, liminary conversations precipitated by the res- found joy that, he'was experiencing

..V electric chair candidate, but the Judge cotton and other commercial arti- last year. Act- I ; x ; ignation of John L. into every line. 1,

i:, and jurY' felt that by disposing[ of the cles did not constitute "orthodox" ing with him will Lewis, head of the For now Kenneth was really, In tune

: young murderer now they would avoid neutrality. be Undersecretary United Mine Workersof with the spirit of Christmas. There

i' robberies and murders in the future. Emperor Haile Selassie" made two of State William America, as vice was not a shopper on the streets as

:f. Recent history of :youthful criminals airplane flights to the fighting frontsIn Phillips and Admiral N. H. Davis president of the fed- J 0 hC- happy as lie I was.. Every counter

( makes that probable. Ethiopia and cheered up his William H. Standley, chief of eratlon. He is the LewIs seemed to have; taken on new IntPrest;

forces so that their resistance to naval operations. Advisers to the chIef protagonist for shopping was really a pleasure the

+ The order for steel made in Germany the Invasion was measurably stiff delegation will] be Ray Atherton, unit unionization of mass production of biggest thrill that he had known in a

t' to bused in New York's Tri ened, especially in the South. The counselor of the American embassyin industries, and his opponents, the craft long time.

t borough bridge, which would use tax- government at Addis Ababa an- London, and E. H. Dooman of union advocates, are led by William He hurried to the book counter. Jane

f, payers' money to make Jobs abroad, ,nounced that its armies had driven the State department, who knowsall 'Green, president of the organization.The was going tp have those leather-bound

t.: has been canceled definitely. the Italian troops back from Gora- about Japanese and other Far latter have had,a majority in the volumes of Assays that she had wanted ,,_

.' So all Is well that ends well, there. hai, recapturing the town of Gerlo- Eastern affairs. late conventions of the federation, but for so long. : And Jimmie-JImmIe was .J

't The response to that piece of fool- gubi by encircling movements. In Lewis has a lot of followers and Is going to get that motion picture ma-
H. Field of the division of
Noel He
determined tighter. set
In the i up chine he had been talking about. Gee
ishness of
way publicity was he: northern sector, according to affairs i ,
western European attended separate headquarters in Washington
/ emphatic. the official communique, a thou- he could see; Jimmie's face on ChrIstmas
naval conversations union
the last and seven international leaders
sand Italians occupying Makale retreated morning; wouldn't he get a thrill
and Samuel Reber, secretary of the joined him immediately. It was reported -
Bishops of England's Anglican sixty miles to Adlgrat out of showing the thing to his friends.
American legation In Bern, Switzer- that the "rebels" had a war
[ church, the archbishop of Canterbury Losses on both sides were Increas- And dad, well, dad was going to get a
land, will act as technical assist fund of 510000000. Four-fifths of this !'
leading, denounce Chancellor Hitler's ing. new set of 'golf clubs, a brand new
I came from a special assessment of $1
persecution of German Jews, as they ants.The each on the 4000.000 United Mine bag of drivers, mashies, and putters ;
well may, and they hope that Christians PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT was navy's four technical experts this fall. And grandfather was going to get a f
in Great Britain and elsewherewill mighty busy at Warm Springs will be Capt. Royal E. ILgesol, Workers letter about? the shopping trip and its !
President Green sent a stern rebuketo
I "exert their influence." studying the 'departmental esti- Ccmmander Roscoe E. Schcirmann. associated with results that would lift him right out
Lewis and those
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By KEV. P. B. FITZWATKR. D. D., CURRENT TOPICS BY benevolence in the minds of others,
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EZRA TEACHING THE LAW OF below are not necessarily concurred ,in ..

GOD by the editor of this newspaper.WAR'S ;':
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TEXT-Ezra 7:10: Nehemlah

I i' 8:1-12.GOLDEN TEXT-Thy words have Ihldln v r P THE nations, In America no less l',.

!; my heart, that I might not sin in Europe, are preparing for ,
" against thee. Psalm 119:11. further war. More money is at the
'I a PRIMARY TOPIC-Giving Thanks forGod's v .. 3" e t present.
, Book.JUNIOR i time being spent for armies,
TOPIC-GIving Thanks for navies and air forces than ever be-

God's Book. fore In peacetime. Moreover, one ,.,
AND d.
INTERMEDIATE great country, In defiance of all
TOPIC-Studying the Bible Together. rr .
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT treaty obligations, has launched a
TOPIC-The Bible In National Life. L r ) d nowe. / lfri. war of conquest against ,another.
\ And yet the contest which finished

This lesson Is a fine illustration of : In 1918 was a war to end war. I'M SOLDIt
the rightful place of God's Word In We are drifting toward another
the life of a nation. The only cure world
it' ; n catastrophe worse even than
ills Is a return to God
for national
the last. Can nothing be done. toprevent
and obedience to his Word. always worksJust
It? Certainly good Intentionsand .
I The Teacher's Spiritual Condition
pious aspirations are not enough.No do what hospitals do, and the .
(Ezra 7:10)).
doubt the ,
to seek the peace-loving nations 'doctors insist on. Use a good liquid
his heart
He prepared will wish to'remain at peace. But laxative, and aid Nature to restore
law of the Lord, to do it, and to teach
we found in 1914, and you found three clocklike regularity without strain or
Israel the statutes and judgments.II. Y
later that in 'ill effect.
years spite of our wisheswe
The Word of God Read' (Neh. were driven Into war. -c A liquid can always be taken in

8:1-3). gradually reduced doses'. Reduced ,
1. The eager assembly (v. 1). The What happenedthen S may-nay, dosage is the real secret of relief from '
I A Lock In the Gota Canal. will-happen again unless we take
together and requested constipation.Ask .
\ adequate steps to it.,
\.N- Ezra to bring the book of the law. Prepared by the National Geographic Society. ure and acquiring by choice the ultra., .. a doctor about this. Ask your,
D. C. "WNU Scrvlce."THIS how Dr. Cald-
,! Washington druggist very popular
God had touched their hearts, creating modern conveniences that mechanical
PRESENT AMERICAN! ECONOMY well's Syrup Pepsin has become. It
Is Sweden,
within them a yearning for his Word. says genius contributes to our age, wandersout '
I gives the right kind of help, and right
of Dalarna ( A. WALLACE
2. A representative assembly (v. 2). to enjoy the lustrous tranquillty amount of help. Taking a little less
S God's Word should be taught to all. ), as he looks out upon of one of the "white nights'" of' the THERE is as much need today for each time gives the bowels a chanceto

classes-men, women, and children. the rolling pastures and northern summer. a of Independence as act of their own accord, until theyare
The Spirit of God can speak throughhis birch-clad hills of the province dearto He passes the magnificent willows there was for a Declaration of Independence moving regularly and thoroughly

Word to the whole family sitting him as life "Our ways are chang- of King's gardens and halts on Norr- In, 1770. without any help at all. ;

''I In the same pew. ing, of course. The good old days are bro, North bridge; to listen to the The typical New England farming Dr. CaldweH's Syrup Pepsin con-

3. An appreciative assembly (v. 3)). no more. But you may still find a singing, foamy waters under Its span.It community of'the Eighteenth centurywas laxatives tains senna that and form cascara-both habit. The natural
no action
So eager were they to know God's handful "of" us Dalecarlians who go on forms a link between the old "city 95 per cent'economically Inde- is gentle, but sure. It will relieve
although living as our fathers lived, tilling the pendent of the rest of the nation and
Word that they did not get tired, between the bridges, with Its medieval any sluggishness or bilious conditiondue
the lesson lasted for five or same soil, hewing timber in the forests quaintness of narrow lanes, and the the world. The rest of the colonies to constipation without upset.

six hours. When people realize that for our houses, spinning wool and newer Stockholm, with its many public might have suddenly disappeared,

God Is speaking through his Word they. flax for our clothes, hammering out buildings Impressively modern in and the community could continue to '!
will give attention. copper and iron from our mines for : design, which suggest something; of, function. Of how many communities To Enlarge Intelligence
educate the Is to
III. The People's Attitude Toward utensils and tools." the splendor that legend and history In America could that be said today? Intelligence
I enlarge the horizon of its desires
! God's Word (vv. 4-6). With quiet dignity he towers in the have cast over the age of the Renais- Merely to ask the, question ,Is to an- and wants.

i 1. Due reverence shown (w. 4, 5). doorway of his home, Into which his sance. swer it. And If farmers, with the

j I When Ezra opened the law all the gracious "Valkommen" bids strangers Before him rises the facade of the help of government, should today

i people stood up out of respect for enter.' The wind plays with the wide house of parliament. "With the Socialists achieve even a 50 per cent economic

I II i God's Word. brim that gives his black hat a quaintly In the majority, things are self-sufficiency, as compared with Still Coughing?

j i I 2. They joined heartily In prayer solemn Puritan air. But against the in a bad way for our country," he reflects -! their present 20 to 30 per cent, the

[H, (v. 6). As Ezra led them In prayer weathered gray of log walls he Is a gloomily. But he catches the result would be the starvation of No matter how many medicines
"Amen Amen," vivid figure in his long, singlebreastedblue many millions In our.cities. A changeof you\ have tried for your cough, chest
!! they united in saying, Incongruity In his fears, too, as he, cold or bronchial Irritation, you can
t bowing their faces to.the. ground. coat, his yellow buckskin breeches faces the commanding simplicity of this sort might be brought about get relief now with Creomulsion.

IV. God's Word Being Interpreted red-wool stockings tasseled at the knee, the massive royal palace. Within its slowly, but brought about rapidly It Serious trouble may be brewing and

I (vv. 7, S). low hand-made shoes adorned with walls, for more than a century, rulersof would prove a catastrophe. you cannot afford to take a chance
I with
anything less than Creomul-
: '-The attitude of the people toward gleaming steel buckles. the Bernadotte line have held the sIon, which goes right to the seab
God's Word largely depends upon the Overhead, slender blades of crass reins of a limited monarchy.The AMERICAN TRADITIONS SOUND of the trouble to aid nature to

minister. Proper dignity and solem- of apple-green lightness shoot up from quivering beauty of the amethyst By DR. HANS KOHX soothe and heal the inflamed mem-

nity should be manifested by the min- the sod of his thatched roof. Behind, twilight, which before long will beginto THE philosophy of Fascism glori- is branes loosened as the and germ-laden expelled. phlegm

ister when reading the Holy Scriptures. framing the scene, stand silver trunksof throb with the glow of a ruby dawn, the nation, to which the In- Even if other remedies have

'-L' 1. He stood up where the people stately birches, the graceful "white possesses 'his soul. And love for his dividual is expected to sacrifice him- failed don't be discouraged, your

,,, could see him (v. 5)). ladies" of the forests of central capital city, of silvery waterways and self; therefore the gesture by Mussolini druggist is authorized to guarantee

2. He read distinctly (v. 8)). The Sweden. emerald islands, conquers doubts. to Impress the Italian people money Creomulsion if you and are not to satisfied refund your with,

manner in which many read the Script- "We are a proud and Independent "Courage to experiment with new with the great traditions and the results from the very first bottle.

ures is greatly to their discredit. people," he continues. "Sweden, as forms of the changing social order, splendor of their country's conquests.I Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv..,

3. He caused the people to under- you know, has never submitted to alien ranging widely from statecraft to architecture believe that the courage which is ,

stand (v. 8). The supreme business of rule. Only once, for a brief centuryand ," he reflects, "and wisdom to asked of youth In a democracy, the

the minister and teacher is to make the a ,quarter, Sweden Joined Den direct these experiments, rooted firmlyin courage to think things out for them-

Word of God so plain that old and mark and Norway In experimentingwith past experience, toward evolutionary selves rather than to depend blindlyon ( iR

young can understand. The explanation a joint sovereignty. But we did progress-something of that courage" their leaders, Is a' far greater

should be clear and definite. not like the Iron hand of our Danish nad that wisdom is the spirit of Stock courage than Is asked of young peo- iue

V. The Effect of Applying God's kinsmen."In holm, of Sweden today." ple going into a war. ETC

Word to the Life of the People (vv. : the Stockholm 'Blood Bath' of It was the traditions of Germany,
In the Forest Land.In .
9-18). 1520, King Christian II of Denmark of Russia and of Italy-the traditionof F jje
1. Conviction of sin (v. 9)). The beheaded more than SO Swedish nobles, the solitudes of the Norrland for obedience to a kaiser, a czar, a

divine method of convicting men of therewith sealing his own destiny. It ests the frontiersman has swung his king, which made it possible to set lct5.AT .

their sin is to have God's Word applied was that act of tyranny which led ax 'during the brief dusk 'that is high up Fascism, Communis'im, Nazism.

by the Holy Spirit. The Wordof young Gustavus 'Vasa, later king for noon of the, winter day. Throwing the The traditions of the American !V

God Is quick and powerful (neb. '37 years, to rouse the strong men of logs on the Ice-locked rivers, natural people, on the other hand, the prin- 'AaWDEt I ;

4:12). Dalecarlia to the country's defense. floating channels for the timber,Indus ciples of liberty, justice and equalityfor I.HIiCHCOCNMEDICINECO. I.

2. Weeping turned Into joy (vv. 10- So one of the most Illustrious chaptersof try of the Far North, he waits for the all of which your ancestors Alle nta Ge. i

12)). When sins have been perceivedand Swedish history has been written release that comes. with the thaws of fought in 177G, would prevent such u

confessed there is forgiveness. here" x spring. happening in America. Youth, think For Constipation Troubles

Continued mourning will not atone for The Under his hand the for AmerI-
blue eyes glow with the fervorof primeval forests yourselves, even though Thousands now lake Dr. Hitch-
past sins. Furthermore, It dishonorsa conviction. There Is a challengingring has almost vanished, but'the regrowthof can Ideals have never been completely cock's Laxative Powder for bilious

pardoning God and even unfits the In the sure, soft-spoken words. spruce and fir and 'pine Is straightand realized. ness sick headaches and up-set
one for present tasks. Joy has a salutary "Know Dalecarlia and you will know ,tall. For several decades the stomach due to constipation. They
*. \ effect upon one's entire being. the Swedish state In find that Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vege
very heart of Sweden. stepping to check FAITH IN THE LEAGUE mild-but
Powder Is
," \ "The joy of the Lord Is your strength." But the landowner of Skone goesa Indiscriminate waste of virgin forest, By GEN. JAN SMUTSTHE effective-it table Laxative acts gently, yet thor-

3. Blessings were shared with oth- step further. Within view of crum- has been a zealous guardian of this league is not moribund or oughly and removes that clogged

ers (vv. 10-12). True joy manifests bling fortress or surviving splendor of its most Important source of wealth. Its last legs, but only findingIts condition of the bowels. Cleanse

Itself In giving to others. Pure religion medieval chateau, where lazy swans By midsummer the rivers will have feet, only ,beginning Its career. your don't intestines allow poisons of waste to accumulateand matter- !I

goes out to minister to the poor swim forgetfully In the encircling moat: carried their cargo of logs, numberedby Henceforth more and more it will break down your vitality and

(James 1:27). Godliness is not con-, he halts In the shade of the wide- the millions, well down to ,sorting stand forth as the determined ,foe of health. Family size 25c.

tent with having a good time alone. spreading beeches that line his fieldsof boom, near the mills, on the eastern imperialism, of that spirit of aggressive I
4. The people obeyed. From the sugar beets or grain. I coast, where the freighters lie in port: expansion and annexation that I i

reading of the Scriptures they found Traces of Ancient Civilization."The Electricity is conquering the wilder- characterized the old pre-war order I 1
that the feast of the tabernacles had ness of the North. White coal, not and which was fondly thought to
Ice sheet slipped off this south-
long been neglected. They kept this ern tip of the Scandinavian black, feeds the trains that in unending have been killed In the World war "NATURE'SIDfRE'S BEST ASSISTANT"
sacred feast In a way that had not or fifteen thousand he procession haul ore to sea- but is again showing its horrid head -
years ago, t
been since the days of Joshua. begins. "Our scientists find traces ofa ports from the huge mountains, IronIn in wprld affairs.

5. They separated themselves from civilization not unlike our own run- the Arctic regions. For: years the No, the message of Armistice day RELIEF

the ungodly (13 :1-3)). As soon as they ning back through seventy centuriesand ore has been quarried down their sides. Isn't forgotten. Long live the Leagueof Irritated Skin i
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.,had heard the Word of God they sep- more. Our rune stones are not but still the mountains tower, with Nations I ,
arated themselves from the mixed mul- Wherever it is-however broken the
all hundreds of millions of tons of poten-
deciphered ; some of our Viking .
j .surface-freely apply soothing
titude. mounds are still unexplored. Not long tial wealth, black eminences ,against Childhood, a Guide .
9. The house of worship was cleared ago we unearthed a grave from the distant ranges of snowy peaks. Childhood shows the man, as i l

end order restored (13:4-14). No na- Bronze age. Here In Skone"lovingly The tempo of life quickens In the morning' shows the day.-Milton. 4
,. tion or people can be strong which he slurs the long o sound of the Far North. The frontiersman catchesthe

neglects, the worship of the true God. vowel a-"we turn up thousandyearold rhythm of the whir of wheels In i

7. The Sabbath was restored ((13: traditions with our very plow- sawmill, the roar of turbines In power How Calotabs Nature
,. 15-22). Israel had long violated Help
the shares plant, the click of steel rails In moun-
i Sabbath. To Ignore the essential law Were It not for his Imperturbablepoise tain tunnel. .11

.. .' of the Sabbath Is national suicide. Un- he might be off, at a signal, to "Ours are the riches of the future," ,: To Throw Off a Bad Cold !
numbered evils followed In the wakeof search for the cradle or one of the he exults. "Here are iron-ore fields .

the desecration' of God's holy day. cradles of the human race. But quietly among the largest In all Europe. Out- Millions have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the
8. God s law of marriage restored he turns Instead to historical fact, side of Finland, probably no other Eu- most valuable aid In the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the eliminationof
(13:23.31)). Some of those who had as he would like to read it: "Once ropean country has such a high colds. They take one or two tab- cold poisons from the system. Thus
Intermarried with the heathen were Skone was an Independent kingdom In lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
capita wealth (ours approximates 1,000 third or fifth night If needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
,:: brought face to face with their sin. Itself." He checks his flow of acres per 100 Inhabitants). Excluding How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatmentof
They separated themselves from their words and, chuckling, adds : "Know Norway, what European power Is so throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is colds.
ungodly companions. God's favor can- Skone and you really do not need to lavishly blessed by nature with boun- one of the most thorough and .dependable Calotabs are quite economical;
not be enjoyed by those who live la know the rest of Sweden !" of all intestinal eliminants only twenty-five cents for the family
teous reserves of latent white coal?
thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial
disobedience to his Word.. In Stockholm the city-dweller, born This Is .Sweden, the Sweden of tomor- the germ-laden mucus 'and toxines. package. CAdv.r .)
J Into an atmosphere of Old world leis row!"

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of this town she was distinguishedfor National Exhibts at Rockefeller traffic would not be Impeded during ,
her chastity." Instead of Center." the construction of the locks and
Keathley Bowden, Editor correction: he merely put makingthe a mark During my brief stay in New York digging of the new channel. After L. B. MershonAGENT

of query on. the margin of the proof, I took time out to visit the officesof I completion of this work the machine
Ruthroff and Ryan, advertising will continue digging down Three-
with this result: Mrs McGilligan,
Entered as second. class mail mat- above all the ladles of this town, was agency handling our citrus' account.. Mile ,canal to join up where Plant
ter February 1, '1927, at, the Post distinguished for' her chastity ( ?). : It is one of the largest and most effi- No. 101 started at this edge of Lake New York LifeInsurance
Certain words cient ,in the country and the mannerin Hicpochee. Members 'of the crew
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under ,are a standing peril
which they have taken hold of the state that it will *
to the probably' require
the Act of March 3, 1897. typesetter. A ,collision be-
tween a train and a cow, reported 'in ,. pob is very editable. Now, if Ve I about a year to complete this part Company
a newspaper, ended with the remark can just exercise a little more com of the work.
mon sense ;and' judgment, in Intelligently Tentative '\,
that the
have been
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. engineer, "putting on full ARCADIA, FLORIDA
''dveitising rates on application. steam, dashed up'against the cow and regulating the movement of made by the Okeechobee Flood Control
literally cut it into calves." An un- cur fruit from this end, the campaign Board through its engineer, Ben ------0------- --

fortunate impression was given whena should prove very beneficial. The Herr, 'of West 'Palm Beach, for the '
alarming price decline on Florida moving of all residences of I
Devoted to the advancement and newspaper, reporting a wedding property '
with a double quartet of fruit last week indicates the need of owners on canal right-of-way. The
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry bridesmaids,
County. laid: : "The bride was accompanied to prompt action in 'this direction. plan at present, 'it:: meets'with the I I Dr.. A. J. LittleOSTEOPATH

the altar by tight bridesmaids." The approval: of the property' owners is
word window has harassed the edi- MACWILLIARIS DREDGE AT place these residences along the old

The sale of Christmas seals has tors of all English-speaking coun- MOORE HAVEN MONDAY Clewiston /road between the Thiee-
Lake Harbor Fla.
one of the most worthwhile objec- tries, but it was nevertheless aston- --- Mile canal bridge and the corner of i ,
tives possible. Buy your supply now ishing to find House and Garden re- (Moore Haveu, Democrat) Baker Highway. '

and use them plentifully on your markIng casually: "Nothing gives a Plant No. 2 of the MacWilliams,
Christmas cards and packages.' greater variety to the appearance of Dredging Compay, contractors on the P
''a house than a few undraped wid- 'widening\ and deepening of this division :-.:..:-:-.:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ":..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:--:..:.:..:..:..:..:...

In spite of rumors to thecon- ows"-Stuart Daily News.rrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrtrrmrrrA. of the Caloosahatchee water- :

trary, the .fleet of airplanes 'flyingver way, which arrived here last week *' *

Clewis'tou Tuesday were not was unleaded Sunday and began operating .X:: Crescent Court Cabins i iY
army planes here to "bomb" the hurricane Monday afternoon at the A

gate and levee with photo- storage basin at, the lock and hur- ::: .;.
graphs or whatever way they accomplish Too Late To Classify ricane gate. It is, ,,3. Marion steam, ; Now :: -

those things. Just a bunchof dragline, ,the largest machine the | {Iii

planes enroute to the air circus. CJ3y 1ussell Kaytrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr company has on the job and ,is :*: Ready for Occupancy :j: ''r

in Miami. said to be capable of tossing ten A X

yards of dirt at a scoop in dry dig- :: 2 and 3-room cabins, each with private :!:
A tropical disturbance, with more You know I've just enough ging although the bucket is of eight- ,

the appearance of ,an Arctic ,storm 'country. boy" in my makeup to always yard capacity. An addition has been :. shower baths. Water furnished :.'.
blew up Thursday in the Gulf' off the made to the bucket which permits I
get a whale of a thrill out of a '
Northwest Florida coast and crossed trip to the big town, and while I more dirt, to be handled. At tho :: $12.50 and $15.00 :i:

the state Not .much damage done doubt if I would ever want to makeit present time, digging under water, ..:. >- :
but it raised a good wind for a while my permanent home it' sure is a about''' seven yards is estimated to be A ,f

even this far south' and brought swell place to spend a brief .vaca carried In,each, bucket. The machine :::' <
some' needed rain. We hope Ma averages digging about 5,000 c. y. : Sagamore v\ $!:

Nature will be contented nd not follow tion.The countless blocks of towering per day. It weighs appro\imately .:' '; Y: .!.

through witk a nice cold'spell.. buildings, the millions of people, the 575 tons, has-a: boom 165 feet in ''*t* Court. Apartments ...

hustle and bustle'' always gives me length, and is moved on railroad ';"; .y V.
Next week is the last edition of the impression that I'm in a gigantic tracks placed on great timber mats. X '".;".. :

the News before Christmas and we mad-house. The moving of this' huge' piece of Renovated and Redecorated :$i:

expect to put out our special Christ- And everyone takes life so seri- machinery appears to be a laborious *
mas advertising edition at that time. ously-everyone is always in a hurry. process but is apparently accomplished :: Two houses and, a garage apartment :i

Give the matter"'your attention today They fight their with as. much ease and 'speed
way through whirl- :J:? now available :XS :
In order that we may secure ad ing doors and turnstiles, jump madly as if it were a 'floating macine. A

copy at the earliest possible mo- from a local to. an express to .save small dragline is used to prepare, a = X

ment. There are still three shopping two minutes, only to lose five watching moderately level runway for the !:i: ', .' :;|
days after teat edition is out and a street vendor demonstratinga track and the ground crew keeps the ': .. ?
those three are the big ones. Mickey Mouse toy or gazing' at track ahead of the machine. LevelIng :5 i: .,i"i. : 'Hopkin's.Building. y
window dresser making up a new of the turntable 'accomplishedby | '"... %' ":.A n&vs:: .,.-'r :..--fT. ::::
The flogging victim in Tampa window display. tremendously large hydraulic ::
:; ..
might have, been a red | '. .. Apartment ,' ;|
sympathizerand I From morn 'till night the crisp ,. ;. ;"" -
it may be that the activities of I order "Stand Back Please" and $;:: :?:

these radicals may only be curbedin I'' "Watch Your Step". rings In your RELIABLE MAN WANTED.-Year :I: Recently Redecorated All conveniences. j
the ; :::
manner practiced by the ear. Great tides of humanity' push round living for worker with car. .:.
Tampa mob, but we cannot condone this way and that. You enter an Distribute famous Waitkins products ;*; One of best apartments in city. '.;' --
mob action as a cure. Flogging II office and bang up against the outer in Lake region during sea- .f :' F t'
might help in many: instances but a guard of telephone, girls and office son and'good '''East Coast territory X y y
mob is too easily crazed and are not who remainder of No bond y
I boys ask if you have an appoint- year. ,
content with :|: J. E. BEARDSLEY Agent ::
mere punishment as ment in a tone that is ''intended to small capital. Write supervisorfor ; ..
was evidenced in this case, Then, give you a terrible inferiority com- personal interview, 6951 N. W: I :
too, there seems to be "a local politi- Sixth Avenue, Miami, Fla. ::: Hopkin's Building :::

cal question involved and the, peopleof plex.Each morning the, great maw of Nov. '22-29, Dec. 6-13, 4tp. .:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;
the state should demand that the Manhattan
opens up its
investigation there be sifted through quivering, squirming influx of hu-

to the ,bottom. manity pour into it from every direction -

BEWARE THE SPUD bus by and elevated train,, chugging sUbway interurban ,ferry- :!: : i FOR SALE ii: ::.

-- boats and numberless motor cars.' ':' .:. .s. ':
Fine or jail stares into the face People, people, people, fighting their Xx x

of the housewife who even asks to way to work, fighting their way. ::I!:: :;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :.s::
buy Irish potatoes not in regular home again, day in and day out in
packages and bearing stamps. The, the summer's stifling heat and 'the .. .'. sEr .s.
same with one who offers to break winter's bitter cold-never ending + I XVY Y

package and sell enough for one and never over. +

p'eal. And it. is Into the very heart of Xy
Nothing like the potato act hasover this mad whirl that Florida has as- :Er AY
been attempted before in this sembled the most complete and com- ; y

I<,: country. Secretary Wallace sidestepped prehensive 'exhibit of her charms, x
it as long as Tie could, using advantages, products and resources Yy. .. .'. A't' :.
_I aj his excuse the lack of an "appropriatioh that has yet been staged. ': .t. I .:. ':

but he was' given $25,000,,' Backed by the knowledge and ex- ..s.Y. .t f.. .:.. ..Y...J'
as starter from another fund and perience gained at A Century of Pro- .!. ::: I .i. .: .
\. his alibi .:. ::: '. '
went .i'
glimmering. gress in Chicago, Earl Brown and )

So beware the spud unless ibears t his co-workers' have outdone them- Yt.:. '.' I ... ..:('.
a stamp. And don't ask the selves in this presentation, the Florida .. v:
produce man at your store to break National Exhibits at Rockefeller Y 's.
a package and sell you part for thevery Center. x I I
; asking makes you liable to Even 'before the exhibit was officially .. .VA.f. ..
:. :. punishment under the act..-Lees- opened thousands had visited .:. i' .::' .!.

burg Commercial. the exhibit ,halls, -entranced by the Y v,
( lifelike dioramas, palms', tropical +! ;" :::,.i'

:(, SLIPS OF THE TYPEWriting plants, colorful fruit displays and ::: ': :(
-- other attractions. A. .1'

,, ), in Vanity Fair for June,! On the opening day thousand ..
", 1935, on "Slips of the Type,'! Ed more trekked through the building :, :i: :I: :::
mund' Pearson tells what happenswhen listening to Governor Sholtz's stirring ;- ::: ..I.:.
!: one or two types( become mis dedication address, followed b). Xx
:."'. placed while the proof-leader dozes a sincere and cordial invitation from .:. :::. + .:.
oi. When, on the death of PresidentMcKinley .;. .:. 't. .:.
charming Ruth Bryan Owen to COIJH ;, .t. OJ' .:.
,f./"' .. Theodore Roosevelt 'succeeded and visit our state. :; .;" "I : \. :s: ::: \
to the :
highest office, a NewYork And everyone who visits the e\ '
;: :: :!
: editor desired to contrast the hibit is not content until they can return ,
,; .' event with a. recent cqron'ation in and ,'A I'L
bring others to see it am: ,:. '
t Europe., But-the compositor, corn already this word of mouth advertising I : ,
>. ing to the :;!: :' I ;
word "oath
\ ,. in the manuscript Is bringing ever increasing .' ., '
:.': ': ". struck a wrong key and the crowds while dally radio talks and I. -
i '/.' sentence appeared: "For sheer domestic constant publicity in metropolitan d: Pay The Balance Like Rent n ..Jil

',1' dignity nothing, 'could exceed papers will help to swell the growing
rL'o''' the moment when, surrounded b y tide of visitors. I il!:: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :i:
,:: : the Cabinet, Mr: Roosevelt. took his I doubt if other advertising
simple bath :
. as President
, of the done by the state this winter will

''.;',''.i .:.,. United notably Typesetters States.when" also omit letters, from prove the as standpoint effective and'of the profitable amount Clewiston\ Home Building Association o U

a Des Moines news invested as this marvelous exhibit at :
paper reported of Mr. Witter )Byn- Rockefeller Center. ,. :
ner, the poet, that he had been "thepot The support given the exhibit by :' 102 :t: ;tr .'

I of the evening," Mr. Bynoer the. Citrus Commission is more than n mea a w .. :........--1.A +g ...-

: .' .' .'." \ .. :' '" :'8I"5f': ,,:. i AF_ !'f"i' f !':? i" '1,,, :: :.. "f"t:*-'V i .:: '<' : /7" "ff" v' ;r. >C. :

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I'Ill.FRIDAY, DECEMI30ER 13, 1935 !.

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..,.:.,h;. 1....NNNN. ....N....NN. '........................'................'.........-. !, cream, sandwiches, crystallized :LaBELLE NEWSMiss : Benefit Fight Card I' one may contribute and' still get their.

ginger, stuffed V dates, salted nuts, money's worth of entertainment, so

.: :f'= Personal Mention flI I candy and tea were served to the Tinda McCannon, from Alva, For Needy On Xmas it co-operate is to be hoped with the that club everyone membersand will :

guests during the afternoon.The i
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)'. ............................................".............................................J..........-J invited guest list was as follows is absence working of Mrs.in Carson's W. P. Arledge.store in the ;00;._ _. ,'; i pack the arena to capacity next ;
:rt. I : Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. Rich- V (Moore Haven Democrat) Wednesday :night. The club is to receive :
B. F. Bourne, of Jacksonville wa.: Tom Stroud, of Moore Haven,
H. Moltz Mrs. every cent taken in for the :
l .. ard Knight, Mrs. F. ,
, The prize the
fight at local
a week-end visitor here. spent last week-end in LaBelle.W. .
) j V. A. Allen, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.J. next Wednesday night will be evening with the exception of money :
C. Evans made a business sponsored -
I" which will have ,to be out to i
I W. Ezelle, Mrs. D. J. Williams, paid
; the Moore Haven
! /:, Mr. and Mrs. V. A.. Allen were Mrs W. F. Simpson Mrs. O. H. trip to Miami Wednesday. I I Woman's those of the fighters who will not
; Club and arranged by Manager R. L.
Mrs. G. S. Creel is visiting with
' 2-: Fort Myers visitors Saturday.: Mrs. perform without pay.
Roberts, Mrs. Richardson Selee,
W' I her_ mother in Lake City this week. I I Golden for the purpose of raising
': .
I i? ; O. A. Jones, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. funds to provide Christmas boxes
Allen Cook made a business trip i
: \.;.. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken spent J. W. Moore, I for
needy families in the community.
to Tampa Monday.Mr. .
Saturday in West Palm Beach. |I i Misses Louise, Mary and Florino A committee of club members will FOR RENT Furnished garage
.' and Mrs. Harold Magill, of
I I nIIal'tmentInq1. on premisesF
--- Moore, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. J. ,
i i have charge of all 'ticket sales for
:Moore Haven, visited in LaBello
Miss Jack Hedrick, of Miamivas ; E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, i I the L. Williamson.;
|I which will be
Sunday; as the guests of Mr. Magill'sparents
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. W. C. I'I't
(I good if the _. .
I 1 t Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Magill.Mr. program plans are car- ---- --- -- -

." R. C. Wilson. O.Owen Ward, Mrs., Mrs.F. A.Deane A. Munroe Duff, ,Mrs.Mrs. A.C. : and Mrs. C. A. Roberts spent ;,ried out. Unfortunately this paper I I....00.. ............................................................................._..............
T is unable to a list of the fights h
last in Wauchula, visiting: carry ? 1
I week-end
;:., Miss Dorothy Lockhart and Mrs. E. Nail, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.H. and the
participants the
as *. ::
: '! I with relatives. i iI New and Used $
'; R. V. Allison were visitors in West R. Hall, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. has not as yet been announced. ,
Miss Inez Magill visited with her y y
Palm Beach Saturday. Malcolm W. Bigg, Mrs. H. O. Peters, However .
there is certain
I plentyof
sister, Mrs. Jessie Thomas, at her :
S. Mob- = f
Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. G. home in Felda last Sunday. action and everyone, whether an
.- Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn ley, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. E. L. ardent
sports fan or not, will enjoy
Mr. and Mrs. Whidden of t
). visited with Mrs. Littlejohn's..mother Stewart, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, the show. !
Ft. Denaud, visited''in LaBelle'with j
i in Arcadia Sunaay. Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. E. J. I
Rogero, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Miller Tuesday.Mr. A list of these families who will :!: BELLE GLADE :_i: \

I' and Mrs. E. S. Frye, or'Citrus I experience little Christmas cheer un-
r. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. T. B. Shel-
Center, visited with Mr. and Mrs. less they receive help, has been pre- .:!: FURNITURE COMPANY :I: \
in Marian
f. family spent Saturday visiting ley, Mrs. I. D. Leydig,
M. J. Bush Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. pared and Mrs. Fred Flanders, presi-
;'. i :West Palm Beach. I Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, 'Mrs. G.
I Frye are moving to Tampa this week dent of the'Wioman's Club will be in f
J. Potter, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. $ Belle Glade, Florida I
: where they'' will make their home. charge of the preparation of the bas- *
Mrs. H. .A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. ,i J. G. Niblick, Mrs. F. A. Ray, Mrs. *
I Miss Lillian Conrod and Miss Em- kets to be distributed Christmas *: Next Door To Theatre :
PJ.; tte.soa spent Wednesday shopping' B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger I IN !
ma Conrod of Alva visited with morning. Seldom has there been
in West Palm 'Beach. Mrs. R.
Mrs. Fred ,
H. Collins, and Mrs. H.Curry C. Kolstad. friends in ,LaBelle 'W dnesday.Miss I I such a worthy cause to which every- ..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::: i i1

Frances Turner ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and and Charlie .

,V,,:V daughter, Ann, were shoppers in Regen attended the show at the '

NEW ARRIVALMr. . . . . . . .
. f West Palm I Beach Saturday. Arcade theatre in Fort Myers Sun- .. .N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.M.N.N....N.N.M.:1.N.NN. N...M.NN. .N.N.N.N.N..:.1..N.N.N.N.

and Mrs. B. Nall, Jr., are the day night.

:. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure:, of proud parents of a baby girl born Miss Josephine Roberts and Mr. '.:'.' I ..:i,.

<: Ocala, were' the guests of Mr.and Wednesday, December 11, at the and Mrs. Jack Guthrie and two .y t 1 i .

c. Mrs. G. S. Mobley last week-end. Clewiston hospital. The little girl children of Immokalee, were the I : ...

; weighs seven pounds and has been guests of Miss Mildred Roberts Sun-

I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippy, Mrs. A. named Wilma Faye. day liThe afternoon'Red-Headed I ) :"CLEWISTON 60LF t

A. Munroe and Mrs. Z. G. Meredithwere Stepchild, :. V '
Fort Myers visitors Saturday. comedy-drama in three acts, will be

CaloosahatcheeCacography presented by the Epworth League of 11

the Methodist church Thursday An
Mrs. Mark R. Lawler, Mrs. J. L. COURSE I

Crabb, Mrs R. N. Smith and Mrs.D. night school at eight auditorium.IN o'clock, at. the Grammar n : \;: :' '.:., t tI I

G. Alston visited in Miami Mon-
.i. .', '. .'' .;.

: day. (Continued and from indeed page the 1) ply- I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'THE :!: '-:;. ;. ', "' : :f j

e neatly nicely ; TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .. ," ," ., .
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Settle and wood surface, which gives such a I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR- IIENDRY, 'i':i > ,, :._.. i!

Mrs. C. H. Settle of Moore Haven smooth finish to the concrete,. is be- :1 COUNTY. DIVORCE :: 'V';. I :;: 11

V visited with Mr. and Mrs. Keathley ing backed with a solid panel of MILDRED MAE LANDON .' (. .;.

Bowden Sunday.L. inch lumber, to prevent warping. All vs.CLARENCE Plaintiff :: I X t

available piling has been 'driven ,to LANDON I I

M. Oliphant, of Marietta, Ga., grade; now they'll have to demolishsome ORDER OF Defendant.PUBLICATION

spent the week-end visiting with his more forest. The Marion is STATE OF FLORIDA TO, CLARENCE I to tile Public
daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and digging spillway excavationyouknow You are hereby commanded to file
Mr. Wilson. where the, tainter gates will your written appearaiice: : personally or !
t by> attorney In said cause at the Court
-- be-and a Northwest is throwing up House In LaBelle. Florida. In the officeof ;
the Clerk of said Court before
down stream to on or A '
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. A. a new cofferdam Monday the 6th day of January, 1936 y A (

t Rumbley, Mrs. G, B.' Thomas andMiss enlarge the main excavation. and thereafter to file with said Clerk, .y. {.
: I
of your written defense If any, to the Bill '. ..
Lucille Hampton ,visited with Mr. Broadfoot has a busy corps of Complaint filed In said suit at' the", : '1",:., .., '.' ... .." .}
friends in West Palm Beach Satur- inspectors. I go out at all sorts of time prescribed by law which Bill of :t:: :. .. ..1./_ ,,>,. ...,' '. .. I
.J;- day. odd hours, and frequently, and I Plaintiff Complaint this for 5th divorce day of was December.filed by 1935.tho :!: 0' -. :... : ::::

never caught one of them loafingyet. It Is further ordered that this Noticebe .'. .t.
". -- I published In the Clewiston News, a .:. I
Mr. and Mrs. M: R. Lawler' are in Phillip Davis has been added to newspaper of general circulation, pub- 't.'... ., ,- )/ ,: r .t. ,
the rest are as orig- lished at Clewiston, Florida. once a ,
the personnel, :_;
West Palm Beach today where they ,and week for four consecutive weeks priorto :: \ '' Moderate Green Fees ::
in the Kollum, "
inally given OJ' !
January 6. 1936.
took their son, Bobby, for treatmentat ,'' I
organization. DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle;
the hospital. Mre Lawler will re- they're a Hendry County, Florida, this 5th: day ::. Exceptional Fairways :;:
December A. D., 1935.WILLIAM. ..
main there with him for several days.

.1\1\: Miss down In fact the, river the entire, is gathering job, up speed and A3 Clerk Hendry of the County Circuit T., HULL Florida.Court 1 I :;: Interesting Greens :i: i

Dorothy' Weaver of St. .:.
and interest every day, and I hope A true copy. I
Petersburg, Mrs. Marguerite Sher-I SEAL) ,
you are enjoying it as much as I am. i WILLIAM T. HULL '.. I .'. I
rell of Fort Miss Hester
i As Clerk of Said Court.

Graham of West Palm' Beach and 11 J Solicitor. M. COUSE for Plaintiff.Clewiston, Florida, 111<........................................................................................................ ............................................+...................... Ii
Miss Nan Martin Allen, of Stuart. ar- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Dec 6-13-20-27. Jan 3.

rived here this week. They are con- II I

nected with the FERA work. I

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Mrs. J. W. Ezelleentertained her I get your

bridge 'club Wednesday afternoon at

her home. High score prize, an ash "

tray, was won ,by Mrs. T. B. Shelley; I .

'. .>.. second high, a linen scarf, went tot in time for Christmas ?

Mrs. C. W. McDonald and the cut ; > I
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prize, a box of stationery, was won .. ., : ..:>

l by Mrs. M. E. Yenawine.. .' /; ')= ,,: (\ .

Others who attended were Mrs Ai : .... .
.,, ,.,.....t"J. : '
Hoomes Rich .',< '1'. > { : ,. 'k '
Mrs. D. G. Alston, .{ \ v ::: ,(' ,
.', !. ;.' : ,. ..,.,:-:: :: ".... ..,0 'i,..... r. ':"":',":"::t. .,
Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. G. B. Thomas i .' .. '' .
<' :" :'J"9".v", ,,,:." .:1_:.="""::.<:': .:t1.r r ..........'"_ ." .<.:> ..#.0'.. ''"" :. \ ,
and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. I r M Jf'M Y"';O-H' ; j. : : 0"0. o.O f lh. "t. 0"", '\.AAt t "
i.: ,; .: o 1q4
..' ): { ) it..r: -4 19J" ..; : f O :x' : 0<') J! ";::,A" .,; '''r'J-FtLitJiIt'! :: ,Q1.J
r \ ..
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3HSS WILLIS CELEBRATES '"''' '':,?<, .\\\0'" lltJ,. 01/1010$ .. \\ ..",,,# .s.L 6
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BIRTHDAY V : ;-; a
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Ford V-8 is the finest Ford .
Miss Ethel Willis celebrated her, 1936 I

seventeenth birthday at her home THE built It goes farther than ever ,\, _
I. i
Friday evening, December. 6'witha beyond the accepted standards of its price : I I
party. | class.In engine performance,ridiag com -
Refreshments of hot, chocolate and i
fortroominess-itmaybecomparedwith -
birthday cake were ,served to: Mis3 I
hundreds of dollars more;
: Mildred Ward, Miss Gladys Wllii3, I
! Miss Ann Mathis, Miss Mae Lily 1.- Today's Ford is backed by over 2,000- a f.> i

II Stone, Miss Bernice O'Neal, Miss 000 Ford V-S's on the road in America S s. y I

Billie Hooker, Miss Myrtle Taylor, I alone. Here are its most outstanding 5'

Miss Florine Mocre, Jimmie, Hart, values-many brand new this year. J I

Usler Mathis, Bobby Patterson, Y /
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Lady Despite Her LossA

SANDS woman'once a great beauty and t'G:

SHIFTING the talk of, two continents, has fallen '\ 'f'j

on, hard times. This autumn, unable ,

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would have liked, she spent nearlyall

her tiny clothes budget on a very

SARA WARE BASSETT .JJ? J.J.JJP handsome pair of gloves, because,
JJ' by according to her credo, gloves make

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them was at a luncheon party given

by Baron Rothschild.
II I Unfortunately,
I. she lost one of them, and observedits
SYNOPSISThe In hers. "1 cannot' Imagine," she Nevertheless, 1 do not believe Stanley Even ,should you get her opinion, yon. loss only after she had arrived
rushed on, "why, when one of my family Death Is guilty" was the proud retort would not follow It But I'll send her to home.
That evening she received a
bad made you as wretched as he "You are making a great mistake If you-If I must. But remember, I
youthful and comely "Widder"Marcia telephone call from one of the guests
Howe has as her guest her did you should have wanted anotherIn you will pardon me for saying so," warned you." at luncheon. -

late husband's' nIece Sylvia Hayden. A the house. Had 1 suffered so I Sylvia responded gently. "You, are deliberately "I shall not soon-forget that Sylvia
"You lost of
one gloves at
stranger, exhausted': finds his way to should never have wished to lay eyes closing ,your eyes and mindto nor the splendid loyalty you've shown your
her luncheon today dear M ." he
asks ,
Marcia's home. Secretly, he
on any more Howes as long as I facts that later are bound to cause today. I shall always remember It
to hide a package containing jewelry.She said. "I picked it up and put it in
does so. Elisha Winslow town lived. you bitter unhappiness. Let alone the Whatever happens, please realize that
sheriff, brings news of a Jewel robbery "I have tried not only tq;forgive but man's guilt. He has a wife. You seem I am grateful," Heath said earnestly. my pocket" I shall keep It. as, a

nearby. The stranger gives his nameas to ,forget. I have closed the dooron to forget that. As Ellsha WInslow re "Run along now. and fetch Marcia." token. -June Provines, in Chicago

Stanley Heath Sy'lvla'dlscovers the the and begun life." marked have already been miserable Tribune.WORKJ&FUN.
jewels, and naturally believes Heath' past a new you It was some moments before Marcia
Is a robber, but, for MarcIa's sake, decides "And now into It has come this Stan- once. Why be so a second time? answered tht summons and when at

to say nothing Marcia feel she ley Heath," the girl said. Help Stanley Heath to get out of Wil last she came It was with downcast

has altogether too deep ,an Interest In For the fraction of a second Mar ton and forget him." eyes and evident reluctance.'

her guest, but Is powerless to over-" cia did not reply, then almost In- "1 cannot: do either of those things. "Tell piease "
me what
come it. Heath wires "Mrs. S. C. Heath. ; 'exactly hap-
New York, saying he Is safe He also audibly she murmured : < In the tirst place, 1 have given my pened down stairs." Heath smiled.

orders a man named Currier to come "Yes." word to hand Mr. Heath over to the She related the Incident tersely ; AGAIN" With
at once. Sylvia In her room. bedecks Sylvia slipped one of her strong authorities. As for forgetting him- without comment. I Constipation.Cleared

herself with the jewels. At Marcia's young arms about the bowed shoul- why ask the Impossible?" UpTHE
approach she hides them there. Heath Stanley Heath, scrutinizing her with end of every da>found her tired A""
asks Marcia to bring them to him. They ders. / Silvia's patience gave way. keen, appraising eyes, could not but ,nervous,often with headaches. /.dI
are gone! He makes light of the "It Just seems as It 1 could not "Go your own way then," she snapped."Go the pallor But now,thanks Nature's Remedy V,
note of
her cheeks. the '
loss. Sylvia restores the Jewels to It she burst work is fun again she feels like going \
bear out passionately. your own way and If by and by
steadiness of her lips, the nervous to a movie or dance night. Millions .
their original hiding place. Ellsha "Sylvia, look at me. Tell me the you regret it-as you surely willdonot have switched to thus natural all- li? WInslow discovers them and has no clasping and unclasping of her hands. vegetable laxative.Contains no miner* 'ti.k'h:
truth. Do you too, love Stanley blame me. Don't blame me, eitherIf .
stolen and al
doubt they are the gems "And that Is all? he Inquired when phenol derivatives.
Heath Is a thief Leaving the Jewels, Heath Was that the reason you 1 do not agree with you. Stanley Instead a balanced
convinced she had no Intention of combination of .
he makes plans for arresting Heath. fought against Elisha's finding the Heath shall never remain here and be elements provided laxative by :, .
speaking further.
Currier arrives. Marcia overhears Jewels? Tell me. I must know." betrayed to the law. Stick to your nature, that work naturally { ,
Heath describe how he acquired the "That Is all." ,
"No she answered without hesita old If must I'll ,
grim you
gems, and Is forced to believe him ,"Thank Now what do an NR tonight When
guilty of theft. At Heath's suggestion. tion. "At first he did fascinate me. I help him get away." you. you you see how much bet- ,,-
think It best for me to do? I should ter feel you'n know-
Currier Investigates the hiding place- changed my mind, though later on. She started toward the stairway. why a vegetable corrective
and finds the gems! He returns to New Not because on acquaintance he be- "Sylvia, come back here!" Marcia like your* opinIon is best. Only.25c. nat
York with them but his references to "Buthow can I give a Just opinion all druggists.
came less charming. It wasn't that. cried."I .
"Mrs. Heath" Marcia
have convinced
..... her tender dream has been a foolishone. I II anything, he became more so. I shall not come back." I cannot Judge. she burst out as If MEDICINE CO.St.LouU.MJljourl. 4.

Elisha and Eleazer come to arrest Just-changed my mind. As for the Marcia rushed after her, but It was goaded beyond her patience. "I know
Heath. Marcia is Indignant, and unwittingly Jewels I could late. none of the facts." druggists-Beau
not bear to let that too FREE: s color
reveals to Sylvia the secret radiance i tlful 1935-1036 Calendar Thermometer
A swift
of her love. The Jewels, of little runt of a sheriff win out. You Sylvia was: gone. as the passage of with the purchase of a 250 box of NR or a
course are
lOo roll of Turn(For Acid Indigestion)
meteor flashed
not to be found.CHAPTER see, I thought the gems were there under a across Stanley

the brick and that when you urged Stanley' Heath was lying with ei- Heath's face and, was gone.

VIIIContinued12 him Ito search, you did not know It. pectant face turned toward the door "Suppose you yourself had taken People Should Talk

"I had known all along they were when Sylvia entered. these jewels and were placed. In this So long as ,rulers talk in vain
In the house, for I stumbled them "What's the ?" ne demanded. dilemma?" pressed he.
"Oh, for heaven's sake don't do that," upon rumpus glorious hifalutin, wars will result
Elisha' pleaded. "Artie NIckerson would by accident one day when I was here "1 guess yoi know. There Is no use "The case would not be similar at

be ragIn' mad did he find I'd told you. alone ; but I had no Idea you had. I mincing matters or beating about, the all." "

If 'you must know what the message truly believed Mr. Heath had hidden bush. The Jewels have gone and you "Why not?

them beneath the hearth and I was must go, too." "Because-because I should be
I It I
was; can repeat near 'nough, "
determined The ,looked dumfounded. guilty.
Elisha man
should not find
reckon: It ran somethin' like this:
them." "Don't misunderstand me please, "You mean-you thInk-" .
'Safe on Cape with my lady. Shall
return with her later.' 'You think Mr. Heath took the Sylvia rushed on. "I'm not blaming' "I do not believe you took the

Jewels?" asked Marcia. slowly. 3'ou-nor judging you. I don't know Jewels" was the quiet answer.
"And that was all? Inquired Marcia
why took them. You "Marcia I Marcia I Why don't
-. calmly. "Certainly I do. Don't. you, ? you may have you
"No." been tempt%l beyond your strength believe I took them Have I ever told
"All! Ain't that enough? Elisha de-
manded.As "But, Marcia, can't you see how That Is none of my business." you I did not take them? Ever led

she vouchsafed plain It all is? 1 knoIt Is terriblefor "You believe 1 stole them?" you to suppose me Innocent?"
no reply
ently continued: pres- you, dear. It almost breaks my "Certainly I do." "You have never told me anything

"I don't want should think 1 heart. It Is an awful thing to believeof "Suppose I didn't?" about. It"
anybody-harder still "of a personone "I expected you'd say that," was the The man restrained an impulse to"
told you this, Marcia, with un-.
any loves. Nevertheless, we must face C .lm retort "Let It go that way If Imprison her hands In his.
friendly It's only that thoseof Take No LibertiesDo
the facts. People do not such you prefer. I don't mind. What I "Suppose I did take them?" he wenton
us who've seen you marry one carry not the beard of
things about with themespeclallymen. want to do Is to help you to get away.:' In an even coolly modulated voice. pluck a
villain don't
want :
you Nor friend.
stranger. a
should another. Jason He came. by them In no honest "Even if I am guilty""Yes. "Suppose the case stands exactly as
marry was a
low down cuss. You know that way, you may be sure of that He Is I just can't bear to have that this fchrewd.eyed Wilton sheriff sus-

well's L" guilty, Marcia-guilty." mean little sheriff who's after you pects It does? What am I to do?"
The woman raised her hand to chec; "I do not believe it," was the stub- catch you. He saw the color drain from her
him. born protest "What's that? face.

; "I'm aware 'ta n't pleasant to hear "I realize, dear, it Is hard for you "That wretched Elisha WInslow who "I only know what I should do, were NASALIRRITATION

me say so out loud, but It's God's to own It," soothed Sylvia. "We hateto came here this morning with Eleazer 1 In your place. I should go through

truth." admit the faults 0: those we-we- Crocker taggIng. at his heels. In some with !It-clear my soul of guilt"

' care for. Still, nothing Is to be gainedby way they had found out about the "And afterward?"
"Marcia: !
- Sylvia burst out.
blind them. jewels and where you had hidden "Start aln." due to colcld*
remaining to PerhapsMr. over a
,..' ,: "Hush, dear. We'll talk of this
.. Heath was horribly tempted to them. They wanted to come upstairsand "That would be very difficult. TUa D
Liter.:. Elisha, I think I must ask you.
.. and Eleazer] to now." commit this sin. We do not know. We arrest you post haste; but Marcia stigma of crime clings to a man. My
are not his judges. The thing for us wouldn't allow It." !lifE> would be ruined were I to pursue Relieve the dryness and
: ., "You ain't" goin' to tell me where the to do Is to help him out of the mess "Marcia heard the story, too?" > such a course." jrrital ion ly applying 1 I
jewels are? Jtlenfhtdatnm night !
he ,Is In.t1 kin to cscajro." "Of course. (TO BE CONTINUED) :
-,.. "I don't know where they are." and morning. i
"Poor Marcia
"Believing him gu\lty-you would do ii
"Nor nothin' 'bout-'bout. the tele- i
' that?" "You may well say poor Marcia, Rhode Island's Capital ,
" gram. l
6 "Nothing except to thank sou for "Surely I would." Sylvia echoed sarcastically. "You have Rhode Island In Its early days had I

.)',' your kind intentions and say you "You mean you would help him to almost as many capitals as It had

e.:,", quoted It quite correctly.! I sent it for evade the law? The punishment such towns, as the general assembly met in
,:. circuit, first In one town and then In
Mr. Heatb' myself. 'My Lady as you wrongdoing merits? WNU-7 40! -35

:; have apparently forgotten, Is the name "Yes. To give him a sporting another. Finally, notes a writer In

;' of Mr. Heath's boat. chance, the start of, those who are the Philadelphia Inquirer, with the

z "My land! So 'tis," faltered Elisha. after him. Ton love Stanley Heath. growth of the assembly the meeting Quick, Complete

t-i "I'm almighty sorry, Marcia-I ask Don't you want to see him go free?" places were reduced to two places.

f(, your pardon." ; "Not If he Is guilty. Providence and Newport, as the cities Pleasant

f: "It's all right. Just leave us now, "Well, nobody is going to round up which could take care of so many ex-

.'. please." J Mr. Heath if I can prevent It," asserted tra people. For many years these two

7.?" The door banged behind the discom- Sylvia, throwing back her head. "If = capitals were retained with the legis- lElBMBNATION ffJ

'.. fited officials. you won't help him get away, I wIll. lature opening Its annual session in

I' m must go in tne boat-now-to- gt r May at Newport, and after a few days Let's be frank. There's only one way for

CHAPTER IX day. adjourning for a more extended one your body to rid itself of the waste mat

at Providence: which began the following )- ters that cause acidity, gas, headaches,
"The boat has Mr. Currier
: arrived -
gont. .
bloated and dozen other dis
January. Since 1900 the legislature feelings a
L The torrent of words Sylvia had until this morning after you had gone has met Providence and the comforts-your intestines must function.To .

z. now held In check broke from her: and took the boat back to New York state's Constitution was so amendedas make them move quickly, pleas

: "Was it true, alarcla-what they with him." antly, completely, without griping.
with the
to dispense Newport session.
'; said about Uncle Jason I mean? Was "And'the Jewels?" Thousands of physicians recommend
.} It true?" "Yes, the jewels, too." Milnesia Wafers. (Dentists recommend

- "I'm afraid so. dear." "Humph I So that's where they Enlistment in British Army' Milnesia wafers as ,an efficient remedyfor
The' term of enlistment In the Brltish mouth acidity).
"But told are !l"
you never me ; and you.
:' never told Mother, either. Of course "Yes." army Is for 12 years, with permissionto These mint flavored candy-like wafers .

;, 1 1 see why. You didn't want her to "Pretty cute of him to make so neata extend It to 21 years In certain clr- are approximately pure milk of equal magnesia.to a Each full waferis adult

. know because It would have broken her get-away What sort of man ,was cumstances. Of the original 12 years dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

;" heart I hate him 1 I hate him for he? A gentleman, like Mr. Heath?" from 3 to 9 are spent with the colors, thoroughly in accordance with the directions ,

making you unhappy and spoiling your The older woman colored. In permanent service, and, the remainder on the bottle or tin,then swallowed,

; life!" "Well, no. At least he-he-. Oh, of the time is In the Army Reserve.A they correct acidity, bad breath, flatulence -

,. "Hush child. Jason has not spoiled he was polite and had a nice mannera majority of the men serve for 7 at their source and at the same

my life," contradicted Marcia with a quiet ,voice-" years with the colors and 5 years In time enable quick, complete, pleas-

grave, sad smile. "But he was different s from Mr. 6A. the Reserves, which Is the rule for In- ant Milnesia elimination.Wafers come in bottles of 20

"But he has scarred It-dashed Heath-an Inferior who took fantry other than foot guards. Men
to -one or- / and 48 wafers, at 35c and 60c respec-
pieces all the dreams started ders "In other enlist between eighteen and twenty
you out Interrupted Sylvia. tively, or in convenient tins containing
''with-those beautiful dreams a girl words, be is the hands and Mr. Heath "The Jewels Have Gone and You five years. 12 at 20c. Each wafer is approximately

has when she Is young. 1 know you I I the b\-Atiu> cf tha Wira." Must Go, Too." an adult dose of milk of magnesia. All r

had such fancies once, for you are "How can you Sylvia?" made her most unhappy. Oh Mr. Apes and Men good drug stores carry them. Start using

the sort who would And Jason came "Because I must, Marciabecausewe Heath, Marcia has not had the sort of There Is almost as much difference these delicious, effective wafers today. r'

and trampled on' them-" must both look this affair In the life that 1 told you she had She has between the ordinary person and the Prolessional samples sent free to reg. :

"He made me see life as It was. 'Per- face. Confess the circumstances are been 'wretched-miserable. Go away true genius as between the highest istered made physicians on professional or dentists letter head.if requeris

haps It was better I should.;. suspicious." before, you heap more suffering upon apes and the lowest man. If the
"Was Jason as Dad as her. I'll get out of town. I could reason extensively most of ,
said help
they "They seem to be, ,she owned. with you apes 44O2 23rd SU Loner Island City N. "1.
t I Marcia? Ah you don't have to an reluctance. am sure we can devise a plan" the normal conduct of average people

swer. There Is no need for you to try"i "Have you considered them?" Syl "Wait Just a moment. What does would seem to them abnormal Indeed 0f

i to reconcile your desire to spare me- via Inquired. MarcIa say? I think I'd better talk Insane. So, It Is with genius-almost

spare him:-with the truth. He was Marcia drew her hand across her with her first" anything they do Is bound to be extraordinary I

;as bad-probably muo. worse. Dear, forehead. "Don't I It will only be a waste. of and often seems to us

I dear Marcia. Impulsively Sylvia bent "I-I-yes. 1 have thought them time. Marcia Is hard, merciless. Her eccentric, odd peculiar, and even lnsane. -. i

| her lips tc the hands so tightly clasped over. I don'i understand them at all. conscience drives her to extremes. .-Detroit News.


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desk In one of our hospitals noticeda Hi Error I / "You say he's opened a first-class

tiny lad wanderIng. around and A simple countryman saw a gaudy- drug store?"

"t'fo/ asked pleasantly how he was. plumaged parrot on the roof of his The Dramatist-ThIs Is a cozy little "Yes has the finest soda fountainIn I

F"I'm: all right," he said, and added, cottage.He meeting place for the communion of town."

f' '; formally, "How are you?" climbed up to capture It. unfettered minds. Do any of the capitalist x.

She told him she felt very fine. The parrot looked at him and said class ever Intrude?

"Well, you ought to," he said cold sharply, "What do you want?" The Poet-A few. We must have II I II II Ii

.- ly. "You work In a hospital."-Cleveland The countryman touched his cap. some to pay the dinner checks for'the I I
Plain Dealer.' "Beg pardon, sir. I thought you was untrammeled souls.
a bird."-Vancouver Province

All Through the Night Practically New

: Noslce (with great determination Typically Feminine Customer-Ten years ago I only had .>Y G U
after numerous attempts)-I'll stay Social Worker-So this is your little to pay 10 cents a pound for these Tel: PERFECT
here till I hit this ball. girl. And the little one In the cradle, prunes. -

Caddie-Weel, ye can get some ither I presume, belongs to the contrarysex. Grocer-Not these prunes. These
laddie to baud yer sticks for this Is are less than seven years old.-Path-

urn bath nicht.-Sporting & Dramatic. Mother-Yes, she Is a girl, too. finder Magazine. I

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DECEMBER 13 1035-
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charged at a fire drill Wednesday of June, 1922, in Mortgage Book 1, I''

. Beauty Dominates Lines of New 1936 Ford V.sj they were recharged in the science gage 204, Public Records of Glades 'j'

class and the chemicals used in the County, Florida, and recorded on

process were tested and explained the 14th day of June, 1922, in Mort-
by Mr. Herring. gage Book '22, Page 307 Public Re-

Each time a fire drill is had at cords of Lee County, Florida, and ,.
D. J. ROULESTONE and all parties
the school
: two boys from the
'C('.,.' v$22$ 9 .t s t school high having or claiming an interest in the I)
y l practice
Z+ y op >t carrying the ex- .
YgK'2,fn following described real property in
4 I tinguishers. Should a fire occur at I| ]Hendry and Glades Counties, Flor-
9\Iaa Rl NwRa a ,r the school, everything is in readiness ida, to-wit:

for its control for a short period of
Sections 31 and 32, Township
The boys assisting are Vincent
I 42 South, Range 32 East
Oglesby, Bobby Patterson, Conrad ;

Clark, and Carlisle Redish.. Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4; Frac-

I Mr. Beacom had the pleasure of tional Section 5; All of Sec-
!: eating lunch -at the Clewiston Inn tions 6, 7 and 8 North and

| Saturday December 7 with his East of Ft. Myers-Palm
.?'!;"ts } Y. j friend, State Supt. of Public Instruction Cross-State Highway;
.i}V!rY 1 Sections 9, 10 and 11; All except

.\ '\ :\,\ '', ry.rase.f;%,vrhC.. .,40 i}),:,.v y..., Mr. Cawthon. N 1-2 of N 1-2 of NW, 1-4

.,:, r1 'Z',. :b p: *, j Mr. Cawthon was driving his own of Section 12; Section 36.
; ;xS1a.tt ;r .. w.y.a ./. car on his inspection visit to the Township 43 South, Range 32,

Belle Glade prison farm. !j East;
4 'Mr. Cawthon's ,friends will I
? be in- Fractional Section 6,' Section
terested in knowing he appears in l j 7; W 1-2 and SE 1-4 of Section

,< the best of health.Co. j I 13; Sections 18, 19, 24, 25, 30,

Superintendent StallIngs and 31 and 36, Township 43 South,
Sec. S. A. Graves visited the Clewis- I Range 33 East;

ton Senior High Grade School Fri- !; Tracts 4a, 5a, 6a, 7, 8b, lOa,

day Dec. 6. They made many lOb, lOc, lOd, lOf, 11, 12, 14a,

},, favorable remarks in regard to efficient I{ 16a, 17a, 18a, 18b, 19a, 19b,
\ $ I
} R +T l\ "''+dr'c yr $ and 20
e4arCwRTr 4? ; cy systematic administration Section 7, Township 43

I /R '/I' f.\a N w'r '. .| and cooperation and harmonic II, South, Range 34 East, according -
qualities of the entire faculty. to a plat, thereof, recorded

i: LOST AND FOUND I in Plat Book 2, at page 68, of

i LOST-One wallet containing five : the Public Records of Hendry
dollars ($5.00)The finder will I County, Florida; W 1-2 of Section -

please return this to James Winn. | 8V; 1-2 except NE 1-4
i i 4'f NW 1-4 of Section 17; Sec-

I lions 18 and 19 ; Section 20 except -

400th ANNIVERSARY PRINTED 1' threw tracts of land as fol-


I (A.) Beginning at '
a point 655 ff ,
i I i
Tallahassee, Dec. 13 (FNSThe j I! feet South and 510 feet 'r

400th anniversary of the printed[ West of the Northeast corner -

Bible was commemorated here at the ,, of said Section 20, Town-

Florida State College for Women last I ship 43, South, Range 34

t4.x c p't' week at a special convocation in East; thence West 120 feet;
4 rF\ ttn"a'l nr which thence North 25 feat; thenceErizt'
ministers of the city took part.
AESrt 120 feet thence South
;'''',.,......,.,.".'' .'"<'<.,. ,.'....."""* ....",..',....,,> ."' ..h>'. ". .,. .W T < ."" .'. Governor Sholtz urged religious 25 feet, to the; point of

..In this attractive layout of beautiful car and beautiful womanhood, the new 1936 Ford V-8 i. indeed strik.tI. bodies throughout the state' to .0 .-I I i beginning: ;

In the upper photograph seen the new Fordo I'.touring sedan. The lines of the stylist are combinedto serve the Bible Sunday. '(B.) Beginning at an iron pin

to make tho most !'eautiful cv Ford ever built. At the lower left, the eau with which ventilation obtained 460 feet South and 630 feet

is i1Iwtrat( d. At the lower right, attention is called particularly to the beauty of the on-coming car, with \. West of the concrete monument

longer hood, longer rows of, louvers, horns set in grilles below headlights, fenders with a more graceful SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS i marking the Northwest

sweep, radiator with its drop,into a V, new radiator ornament and the other details which go to make up the corner of Section 20,, Town-

finished car. The upper photograph brings out the. new. ;steed:wheels, which, though, lighter, are a ttr.nj a! "' 'I ship 43 South, Range 34

: thoje usedm 1935, Huh. design i particularly Plea ulg. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE East; thence run North 125

I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP feet to a point; thence East

_. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY 40 feet to a point; thence
--'- ------ -- -
COUNTY CHANCERY Y. South 125 feet to a point;,

Pete Moltz -Scrooge;' Bob; Patterson -', A supporting cast of twenty fi vet'o.' 726 thence West 40 feet to the

Clemston School Fred; LeRoy Hare, "Bob will aid in the production. I I point of beginning, ;
Cratchit; Jimmy Hall, Marley; The science class, under the direction '| GLADES LAND CORPORA- : '! (C.) Beginning at a point 30

Margaret Von Mach, Julia Ann of Mr. Herring has been nON feet west of the east line of
( a corporation
{ organized :
Florins Moore, Editor Ogelsby, and Barbara Ann Smith as studying the fire extinguisher. After! | and existing under the : Section 20, Township 43

Christmas spirits. two fire extinguishers had been dl slaws of the State of Dela- : South, Range .34 East, a dis-
tance of 460 feet south
Louise Bussey, Associate Editor ware, UNITED STATES SU- : of a
concrete monument, markingthe
Bob Patterson, Sports Editor NOTICEAs poration organized and existing :: Northeast Corner of said
Section 20, Township 43
under the Laws of
I provided by law no person, firm or corporation' shall engage in State of Dela'/are, and THE :: I South, Range 34 East;. thence

Second Grade spelling honor roll: or manage any business, profession or occupation in the City of Clew'ton CLEWISTON COMPANY, a : Westerly the ,East line at. a of right said angle Section to

Nora Ogelsby, Caroline Selee Ida- unless a City license shall have been procured from the Tax Cc corporation organized and :
20, 40 feet to a point; thence
bell Collins, Wilmar Tengle, Npby lector of the City. Licenses for th period' October 1, 1935 to September existing under the laws- of : Northerly parallel to the East '

Geiger, Dalton Carr, David Belcher. 30, 1936 were payable October 1, 1935 by the following persons, the State of Florida, : line of said Section 20, 125 ,

Mrs. O. A. Allen Avery kindly sub- firms or corporations: Plaintiffs, : f feet to a point: thence "
'U'.. -.
stituted for Mrs. Prewitt on Wednes ST. LOUIS UNION TRUST : Easterly at a right"angle 40 \

day as Mrs. Prewitt was 111. Name Occupation Amount COMPANY, a corporation : feet, to a point; thence
Third Grade .Southerly parallel to the
spelling honor roll: '" organized and existing under : '
Alston's Inc. Drug Store 10.00 East line of
Lewis Blount $ said Section 20,
Willie Smith, An- the Laws of the State of :
Avant, H. C. Boarding House 2.00 125 feet to the point of be-
nette Simpson, Sue Von Mach, Missouri, as Trustee, under :
Baker's Service Station : Filling Station 5.00 ginning.
Christine Indenture of
Redish, Parmelia Bourne. ._ dated :.
Fifth Grade spelling ronor roll. :Auto Agency / 10.00 the 1st day of June, 1922, : Sections 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30,

Floyd Geiger, David Smith, Sonny Burkett, Laura -:; Eating House ,'", 2.50 between Empire Securities : 31, 32, 33 and 34, Township 43

Vaughn, Dorothy Cantrell, Gus Barber Shop 2.00 Corporation, a corporation, : South, Range 34 East;
Pearl I Clewiston Beer Garden Saloon 100.00 and St. Louis Union Trust' :
Bembry, Janie Brantley, Gloria Mc- / Sections 1 and 6, Township 44
Company Trustee
Clewiston as re- :
Company, The Land Development 10.00
Duffie, Anne South Range 33 East
Pafford ,
Beatrice Pratt, Clewiston corded on the 13th day of : ;
Dairy Company Dairy Products 10.00
Nettie Pearl Norton. Elizabeth Clewiston Laundry June, 1922, in Mortgage : Sections 3, 4, 5 and 6, Town-
Company Laundry-Steam 5.00
Winn. Book 1, Page 204, Public : ship 44 South, Range 34 East;
Dry Cleaning 5.00 Records of Glades County, :
THE HAD LITTLE BOY Clewiston Motor' Company Auto Agency 10.00 Florida, and'recorded on the : and each of you are hereby required -

Filling Station 5.00 14th day of June, 1922, in : to appear to the Bill of Complaintfiled
Have you ever eard the story I Clewiston Inn Hotel 20.00 Mortgage Book 22, Page : herein on the 6th day of January -

About the bad, bad, little boy, I Clewiston Home Building As- 1307, Public Records of Lea : 1936' at the Office of the

Who stood on the shelf of a i, sociation County, Florida, D. J. : Clerk of the Circuit Court forHendry'
Building and Loan Association
And the manager thought him 7.50 I ROUELSTONE and all par-, : County, Florida, at LaBelle,
First store// Glewiston News Weekly Newspaper ,5.00 ties Florida, otherwise the bill of com-
he walked right in having or claiming an LI
Supply Company Department Store 15.00 plaint will be taken as confessed by
interest in
And went over to climb the Clewiston Telephone j I the real property, :
J Company' Telephone Exchange 9.00 described in the bill
And :
found it came up to his chin, Darcy Cleaner you.IT
As'though he Dry Cleaning 5.00 I Defendants. IS FURTHER ORDERED that

But were an elf. Laundry ', 5.00. : .ORDER REQUIRING DE- this order be published once a week
at last
he -
got up, Dixie Crystal Theatre'' Moving Picture 10.00 : FENDANTS TO APPEAR for four (4) consecutive weeks il\ .
sat right on a dolly, Espenlaub, George Auto Repair Shop 10.00 i Application having been made up- a newspaper published and of
When the doll tried to erupt. jon the bill eral circulation in Hendry gen4
Filling Station 5.00J sworn of complaint'and
He thought it Florida.
quite folly.
Ezelle, Dr. J. W. Dentist 5.00 j.
When the manager happened along First Bank of Clewiston I!affadavit for constructive service for DATED at LaBelle, Florida, this
Banking 10.00
*'an 16 day of November 1935.
order ,
He looked at the requiring unknown defendants -
shelf George Apartments '
and saw Boarding H.ouse" 2.50 and two known defendants (Seal of the Circuit Courtof
The boy quietly singing song I Glades Water Company Water Service 7.50J j"| to appear, I Hendry County, Florida,

But when the manager got thr/jugh Glades Power &: Light Company Electric Service 7.50 I affixed)
him Glades
I Soda Sundries Ice Cream Bar "J'': 5.00 UNION TRUST COMPANY W; T. HULL, Clerk'of the
a cor-
He was crying, "Ma and Pa." Greene's Dry, Goods .
CompanyGulf Dry Goods Store .jr., 10.00 poration organized and existing un- Circuit Court,
\ Dicky Owen, Refining Company Wholesale Gasoline & Oils 10.00 der the laws of the State of Missouri By INEZ MAGILL.

Seventh Grade. I Holdsworth, Mrs. L. O. Eating House .1-.,, 2.50 as Trustee, under Indenture of Deputy Clerk.

High School Sews Hooker Packing House Boarding House 2.50 Mortgage dated''' the 1st day of June, EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,

The monthly P., T. A. meeting I LaBelle Motor Company Auto Agency. :-: 10.00 1922, between Empire Securities Miami, Florida,

will be omitted this month. The Lake Drug Company Drug Store ** 10.00 Corporation, a corporation, and St. Solicitors for Plaintiff.

meeting was originally planned for I! Marquette, Ed. Radio & Electric Shop 5.00 Louis Union Trust Company, as Copied 11-19-35-a j ,11|

December 20, but many of the :I Meredith, Zerney Insurance Agent I 2.50 Trustee, recorded on the 13th day Nov. 22, '29, Dec. 6, 13, 1935.

teachers are leaving on Friday .and Miner Packing Company. .... Fertilizer 2.50 '
would be unable to attend. All Seeds, Wholesale ,' '' .- 5.00
parents and friends are urged to attend Railway Express Agency Express Agent ""*' 5.00 HOW
the ,Christmas program on Stewart, Elbert L. Insurance Agent 2.50 EDUCATED"Read

( Thursday night, December 19, at the i Sias, A. W. .Insurance Agent 2.50 Daily the World-Wide Constructive News in

.r i ,' school building. } Standard Oil Company Vholecale Gasoline & Oils 10.00 THE CIHKISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

t) Junior Cowen has enrolled in the I Sugarland Service Station"' Filling Station 5.00 An International Daily Newspaper
Clewiston school. He previously V. Auto. Repair' Shop 10,00 '1& ,Ins ail the eor..strucUho world Dews but don Dot exploit crime and
attended the' Turner's' Barber : scandaL Men like the column, "Thc'World's Day"-llews at" glance for
school :
at South Shop Barber _
; Bay. I 2.00 the busy rcadc.-r. It has Interesting feature pares for all the lamlly. .1. .-, ]
The elementary grades will I Western UnionWatanabe Telegraph Service 5.00 Weekly Magazine Section written by dlolinguished aulhorittes, on
nomle social and pontlcal problems gtvee a survey of world affairs. eeo'f
present Thursday night 'December I Hotel Hotel .. - -
'f __ 15.00 -'- - - -
r 19, at 7:30 o'clock In ,the school I United States Sugar Corp. Raw Sugar Manufacture 30.00 The Christian Science Publishing Society
Norway Boston Massachusetts
auditorium, a two-act Wells-Royal Lumber Company Lumber Yard
musical play 10.00Ice Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor' fora
"Santa's Recovery," I'I Oglesby, H. J. Peddler 3.00I period I of
OO 6 months $4.SO 3 months 2.5 1 morA i 75c
Following their program the We&esday Issue, including Magazine Section: 1 year $2.60, Issues 25o
High am instructed by the City Commission to immediately enforce collection -

:: sent Junior-Senior an interpretation School of will pre-I of such,:license fees as hare not been ''paid Name............................_.................................

Dicken's "A Christmas Charles" ; Address.......,....................................,.....,.........
Carol The I
SampI Copy on Rtqutil
1 parts are taken by; Tax Collector SSSSSSSSeft

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