The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00569
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1936
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Fell Here 'MondayAlthough I Sponsor Junior TeamThe


MEETING ON FRIDAY willing to swear most,that anyone more would than ,two be RACE TRACK FUNDS meeting American Tuesday Legion night at at the their Inn IN AIRPLANE CRASHBuster

inches of rain fell here in, the all- I decided to sponsor a Junior: baseball'

-- day downpour Monday, the official team this summer and has placed J. '
A large number of distributors of recording for the twenty-four hour I The County School Board at their j IE. Beardsley in active charge of the Trimble, pilot of the plane

Gulf Refining Products, salesmenand period in Clewiston was 1.72 inches.At regular meeting here Monday in the organization. Mr Beardsley states which has done the greater: part of

company officials attended the Bare Beach the recording was Clewiston school auditorium decidednot II that it will probably be several the bean dusting in this section ,and

pep meeting which was held at the 2.02 and at Lake Harbor 1.S6.An to borrow any additional funds weeks before very much is accomp- who has made his home,in Clewia-

Clewiston Inn last Friday,: and end estimate of crop damage has from the bank at. this time becauseof lished due to school activities.A ton for the past eight or nine
ing with luncheon at the Inn. There in the fact that another disburse- discussion of safety was also months, was critically injured
been placed at ten per cent this
were -distributors present from both ment of state funds is expected this held and plans made to place some Thursday afternoon when his plane
but started at once
area pumps were .
coasts, some of whom had never month and passed a resolution ask- signs and other equipment along the crashed at the landing field in Bell
and soon had the situation well in .' '
been in the lake section and during ing the County Commissioners to highway leading into Clewiston and Glade. Some Improvement was re
hand in point under dike. This
their 'visit here were shown through give $5,000 of the race track fundsto through the town within a short ported in his condition this morn. .
loss is expected to be more than
the" sugar house of the 'u. S. Sugar offset by better inositure content' complete the full eight months time"The Legion has also been as- ing and he was given an even chanceto

Corporation and over the government -: term for county schools.On sured by the State Road Departmentthat recover by surgeons in Good Sam-
in higher ground and the fact that
projects for flood control in I the basis of the nine million a permanent bridge will be aritan Hospital in West Palm Beach
other large tomato producing cent-
which they expressed great interest. I dollar distribution of state funds to constructed across the Industrial where he was taken immediately
ers were more badly damaged, by
The general topic of discussion pay teachers salaries which has been canal within a very short time. following the accident. A fractured
the general rainfall than was this
was the company's advertising pol- area. Reports from the Pompano, assured by Governor Sholtz and ,the Many minor accidents have occurredat skull was the most serious injury. \

icy of the :year and a splendid talk4b Delray and Boynton area indicate fact that approximately twothirdsof this bridge which is placed on an Trimble is regarded by everyoneas
was made by S. L. Monroe of 'WestvPalm that amount has already been dis- offset alignment of the road. a most skillful pilot and the dust..
that their damage was between fifty -
Beach, supervisor tor this dis- tributed,. Hendry county's share The next meeting will be held in ing of beans, where flying is of necessity
and a hundred per cent, on lands
trict. In his talk he brought out that not under pump. Crops in the Im- from the remaining one third will_ LaBelle on April 14, with C. W. Al- close to the ground 'and moat
Clewiston and other lake towns had still leave the county schools short ford heading the committee in hazardous, is enough to rate him
and Everglades sections are
been awarded a much larger amountof at the end of the eight months term. charge of arrangements. among the best. He had been dust
also said to have suffered :badly.
advertising space for the year The school board, in asking for the ing the day of the accident, it is

than the average lineage. $5,000 from the commissioners, said, and when he returned to the
Groins To Be Built On
Those attending included: Dis- Perry Wins TurkeyAt feels that in view of the fact that field to land, something happened

tributors:. H. Scott, Fort Pierce; the county will receive approxi- Beach StructuresUpon which made his plane nose-dive onto

G. W. Parks, of Stuart; G. R. Sparksof Kiwanis ShootW mately' $22,000 race track funds this East the,, field where it was smashed into

West Palm Beach; J. V. Thomas, year, all of which goes to the cOm-, an almost unrecognfzable mass of ,

of Pahokee, F. D. Duff, Clewiston; -- missioners in Hendry county, and I ,complaint of farmers on the twisted metal. Observers stated that

F. B. Mills, Moore Haven; D. W. W. Perry, local A. ,C. L. agent, that in many counties of the state East short of Lake Okeechobee that they cannot see how he ,camp

Ireland, Fort Myers;' J. G. Cooper, proved the best shot of the membersof the fund is divided equally between. the drainage culverts through the through the accident alive.

Punta Gorda; J. A. Craft, Arcadia. the Kiwanis at their turkey shoot the two county boards, the Board of levee in that vicinity where the levee It is reported that an ambulancewas

Salesmen L. R. Peterson and W. D. and fish fry Wednesday night and County Commissioners in this county ; -. is built in the open lake were I passing the field empty just as

:. Speight of West Palm Beach andC. as a result carried home the turkey. ,would be :more than willing to filling up with sand and holding the I the plane started to fall and was_ on

B. Phillips of Sarasota. G. B. His score was eighteen and Dr. J. help out the school by appropriatingthis water on their land, investigationshave hand almost as soon as the plane hit!

Clinch, engineer, of Tampa; S. L. W. Ezelle, D. G. Alston and I. M. comparatively small amount to been made by the U. S. Engi- the ground. This rumor has not been

" Monroe, Sales Supervisor, of West Pafford tied for second place with pay teachers' salaries. County Superintendent neers which led to the awarding of verified but if true, and the intrepid ,

Palm Beach and C. H. Berner of seventeen points each. Stallings was instructed bids Tuesday in Jacksonville for the aviator should recover from his

Clewiston. The affair was held just back of to write a letter to the commissioners construction of groins at two of the injuries, he will doubtless owe his.life' .
-asking for their help. to this most unusual happening.
the government warehouse propertyand structures which will prevent silt .
G. R. Sparks Drowned the shoot was started about ?),'.-30 Last year the county schools were from washing into the mouth of His mother, Mrs. W M. Trimble

so that everyone could, take their (Continued on Page 8) the culverts. of. Fort Worth, Texas, was notified

: In Roadway CanalG. chance before dark. All but two of The groins are to be constructed of the accident soon after it occur-
ed. Trimble is and well
a man
, the members were present and these .o'f steel sheet piling and will extend young
liked in the community and It is to
were absent unavoidably, and much out into the lake on either side of
Ray Sparks, 53 was drownedlast Communitv Church be hoped that he will soon recover
merriment was oqcasioned as the the culvert for a hundred or a hun-

Friday afternoon in the road amateur marksmen took their riflesin Sunday Evening, :March 15, 1930 dred and fifty feet. On these two from his injuries.

canal along State Road '25 about a hand to shoot at the tiny target culverts, at least, a circular inclosure -

6 quarter of a mile east of the Glades- fifty feet away. Each contestant, was Sermon: "A Small Man With A : will be made on the ends of Trustee Election To "
viey Farms hotel, while returningto given an individual target in order Big Idea." these rows of sheet piling out in the

his home in West Palm Beach fiat: it could be retained as a sou- lake for an anchorage. These inclos- 4 '
Be Held Here May
Music Mrs. Alice Morgan
the of Gulf Special :
following meeting Dis-
v nir. A bull's eye scored five 'points ures will be filled with rock and
Jones, contralto, of Columbus,
tributors in Clewiston.
and each of the rings one point less earth.In .
There was little evidence to show a-s they radiated outward from the Ohio, and Community Male spite of the fact that there have School trustees for the Clewiston

where his car left the road and'it bull's eye. Just to make Mr. Perry Quartet. from this
been a number of complaints ; district, No.7, will be elected
was orily after a diligent search feel: bad some one 'stepped up after the farmers of the East Beach, Capt. year, the election to be held on May

through the night and early Satur- the contest was over and scored two Richardson Selee, of the Clewiston 4, the first Tuesday in the month

day morning that the tracks were twenties but it didn't keep him from Joel Wynn Dies sub-office of U. S. Engineers states and a legal notice to be run In this

found leaving the road and running carrying home the turkey'to serve that daily examinations- these cul- paper will give further details.
into the canal. The canal was cover- av best man in an off-season Thanks- them and estate
In C. C. C. CampThe verts had been made by I Not only owners of real
ed with hyacinths and'there'was on- giving menu for his family. that even though the gates had fill- but also those paying personal property -

ly a small opening :where the car After tile shoot came the fish fry ed up with silt it had not as yet I tax will be eligible to vote in

..... was sitting, submerged under four I with A. O. Ward and Keathley >Bowden entire community ,was shocked made any difference in their effici- i the election although personal pro- '

feet of water. The car was discovered I displaying their culinary ability Wednesday to hear of the deathof ent handling of the water level. At perty tax receipts may have to he

about ten o'clock and a wrecker o" er an open fire, frying fish and Joel, Wynn, 17-year old son of I I no time, he said, had the water level shown before the latter class are allowed ,

' from Belle Glade had it pulled out I making corn bread, with Dick Hall Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wynn of Clewis- inside the levee been higher than to cast their ballots.

onto the road by 11: 30: The body brewing a hefty pot of' coffee. Appetites ton, in a. CCC camp at Linden Ala., the level of the lake on the outsideof Candidates for the office are r-,- '

was taken out and sent to West I whetted by the open air and following a week's illness with whatis the culvert and as the culvert quired to file a petition with t'e T.

Palm Beach by an ambulance pre- and the excellently cooked food understood to have been some kidney gates are built to open automatically County Superintendent carrying tie '

viously summoned. The position of I made everyone present eat raven disorder.His when the land head is higher than names of at least five taxpayers <,u-

the body in the car and the way he I ously of the fried fish and trim-( parents were apprised of the the lake level they are also con- or before ten, days preceding tko
had left the road indicated that he .
mings, declare themselves much in seriousness of his illness on Tuesddy structed so that they will remain election. :'j
was fan'en the victim of a heart attack or favor of this type of meeting. I! night by long-distance telephone and closed when the lake level is the
had 'asleep while driving. His
they left immediately. Another mes- higher.It Visits' Here
watch had stopped at 3:50 and he I. P. McAlpin, of Plant City was Filipino
had left Clewiston at 2:30 a guest at the meeting. The next sage came Wednesday morning tell- is probable, Capt. Selee stated, "
following ing of his death. The body is being that groins will be built for the oth- State -
the.luncheon 'and meeting. meeting of the club will be held next On Tour Of
sent back to Clewiston and funeral er gates in that section in the near
at Inn
Mr. Sparks was well-known in the Wednesday: night the with an
excellent program in prospect and services are to be held at the Com- future.
lake section having been connected
.. with the Gulf Company for twenty another ladies night. Musical talent munity Church immediately upon Levee Erosion Marriano Pamlntuan, of Angeles .
from out of town is being arrangedfor arrival of the train about ten Severe erosion of the new levee 1 Phillipine Islands, visited last week :
years. He is survived by his wife and
two sons, one in Duke Universityand and a program of unusual excellence o'clock. It will be shipped back to I constructed through the open in Clewiston as the guest of Fr. F.

the other still in high school fnWest is promised.On Inglewood, his former home, for interment lake from Bacom Point to Port J. Finnegan on an eight weeks tour '
"' Mayacca had been giving the Engi- of the world. He came to the Ever- :
Palm Beach. Funeral services Thursday night the directorsof
Joel has long been a favorite with neers some concern of late and glades to compare the sugar cane
were held Monday afternoon and the club met at the home of Pres-
everyone In Clewiston and the news crews have been put to work making and sugar yield of the cane herewith I
burial Tuesday. ident A. W. Lawrence for a discus- '
of his untimely death was a distinct probings of the levee to ascertainthe that of the cane in the Philli-
sion of some important matters
Tax very ., shock to everyone. He is survivedby soil composition and how it will pines and spent one day in Clewiston ,
Adjustment Board pertaining to the club. '
his parents, two sisters, Lilla withstand the wave action from the and two in Canal Point. :.:

Merle and Janice and two brothers, open lake. When this survey has Mr. Pamintuan is a graduate of

, To Cease Functioning Douglas Thompson Is James and Jack. been completed and funds are avail- the American Jesuit College of Man '.-

,; able plans are being made to take ila, P. L, and is owner of one of

The Tax Adjustment Board of Candidate For Sheriff Wm. Hooks To Train steps to prevent further erosion. the largest, plantations and sugar' ..
Hendry county will cease to exist Several plans have been advanced mills in the Islands._ He speaks ,the

,after April 1 of this year, accordingto -- With Cincinnati Reds (Continued on Page 8) English language without the faint

word ,received this '''week from The first Clewiston candidate tp [est trace of accent. -
William T. Hull, Clerk of the Circuit --- Benefit St. Patrick's On his eight weeks world tour,
announce this for office in Hen- .
Court in LaBelle. The last meetingof year Wm. Hooks, formerly of ClewIs- he' has travelled through the Pales

the board was held last Mondayand dry county is Douglas Thompson, ton and now living in LaBelle, who Dance Tuesday at Inn! tine, Egypt, Greece, Italy, France -
acted"upon all applications on who is throwing his hat in the ringin made such'record last summer and England before coming to the

file at that time and adjourned until the race for sheriff.Mr. while pitching for the Mt. Airy, N. United States. He drove here from

March SI, when they will reassemble Thompson is a former cattle- Carolina team in the North Carolina The sixth annual dance and e t.r,1 Washington for the purpose of com-

to make final disposition of man having served as range fore- State Baseball League, was signed I tainment to be sponsored by paring cane yields and left here for

all adjustment applications and windup man for one of the. largest of the this year by the Monessa, Pa., teamIn St. Margaret's Catholic church of San Francisco from where he will
.-r the business of the board. South Florida companies for several the Pennsylvania State League. Clewiston will be' held next Tuesday I take a boat home. He spent several

Ie The Tax Adjustment Boards were years. At that time he made his homein However, before leaving for that night, St. Patrick's Day, at the Inn years in Washington as a child, his

set up in the various counties of the: LaBelle. A fe months ago he place he was ordered to report to with Jimmie Flournoy and his eight- father being a resident of that city

btate by act of the 1935 Legislature J moved to Clewiston and has been the Cincinnati Reds training campin piece orchestra of West Palm Beach for about eight years.

and during the time the board has!:{ employed by the U. S. Sugar Company Tampa which means the possibility furnishing music for the dancers. He was eager to talk of his native

been In operation in this county all during the present season. of a major league birth this year. Always a most successful affair j land and explained that the population -

state and county tax certificateshave I The incumbent, Sheriff H. L. Delaney The Monessa team is a Cincinnati from both a financial and entertain-, : of the Islands is about fourteen
been frozen in the hands of the'' is expected to be a candidatefor I / ment point the dance this year is expected million. The resources are almost

I Clerk so far as the sale of certificates re-election although he has as farm.William, who has played baseballin to attract as great or greater unlimited with more gold there thanIn

Is concerned. After the first' yet not made his formal announcement Clewiston since a small youngster, crowds than it has ever done before. Alaska. There are great wooded .
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I of April certificates may be purchased and W. WL Hooks, former won the last eight games straight The sponsors of the dance are guar- [areas uninhabited. The Filipinos

I and tax deeds secured as before Clewiston resident, last week an that he pitched In the North. Carolina anteeding a good time for everyone- are an Oriental race similar to the

: the formation of the board. ir 11 flounced his ,candidacy for the office. league last summer. who will attend. Hawaiians, ... .




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A right to
WEEKIf 1- SUNDAY Lesson But he

can to do

: By REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. It, decide
NZ\VW Member of Faculty, Moody Bible
Five Dictators Unite Institute of Chicago. no ap
% Western Newspaper Union.
England Is Feverish

Wealth Gen.. Mitchell for a Good Finds Girl- Rest By .. Pickard Lesson for March 15 escape range.,

and- Hitler (D Westcfn Newspaper Union -
Rome hints that Mussolini
have arranged protective treaty
Poland Wins Another Battle ers and building operators had been PRAY
with, Austria, Italy
trying In vain to reach an agreementthat
and Hungary. ind Talks About Peace would avert the strike. Bambrick LESSON TEXT-Luke 111-13.

Five countries' under FROM the Italian army on the north- as he called the strike said the GOLDEX' TEXT-If we ask anything
dictators, unit according to his will, he heareth
front In Ethiopia comes the owners must now sign the union terms I John
I ed against England'still news that the Invaders have defeated and that he would accept no calls for PRIMARYTOPIC 5:14. -When We' Pray.
with t'hpnathes In a, series of severe combats arbitration. Each building, he as- JUNIOR TOPIC-Teach Us to Pray.
experimenting ana nave reacneu serted, must sign for itself. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
the old "democ- TOPIC-What Jesus Says About Prayer.
and taken the mountain -
Since the strike affected not only '
racy," would be In- ( YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
stronghold of alike buildings. but Innumerable apart- 'TOPIC Why Should We Ptayi''Prayer
teresting.One Sta- Amba AlaJI. The Ethi- ment buildings also, ,the occupants of
dictator, opian losses are estimated the latter were deprived of heat and Is a matter whlcn ought to

lin have, supposed understanding to- at 10,000 dead telephone connections, and In many be of great concern to every believer,

x an with and many more wounded. cases sick persons were marooned for, "The Lord is nigh unto-all them
France I; might; off- The TembIen rer- without food supplies. This lead that call upon him, to all that call upon

glon is now completely Mayor La Guardia to call the city him In truth.. lIe will fulfill the desireof
the com
set bination. l in the hands of the health officials into conference, and them that fear him ; he also will

Arthur BrUbnne Also. Hitler will Italians and their way to declare a civic emergency and order hear their cry, and will save them"

_, to the center of the Health Commissioner Rice to see that (Ps.145:18,19). There was something .
remember that In 1914 Germany --
she al country is fairly clear. fires' were stoked and that trips necessary about the praying of Jesus that 'so im
thought bad Italy In a "triple Benito '
liance"-Italy-Austria-Germany. but Mussolml Dispatches from to health of the tenants and care pressed the disciples that they requested -
Addis Ababa admitted of the sick were made In all residence him to teach them to pray (Luke
Italy did not stay. Had she stayed,
the war'might have ended otherwise. that the Italians also were advancing buildings of more than six floors. 11:1). :May everyone; of us enroll at
That Increases Mussolini's bitterness rapidly In the southern part of the Union officials In Akron, Ohio, once In the school of prayer with '
country and said Ras Desta Demtu's warned the law enforcement officials Christ as our Teacher. In responseto
with England trying to cause Italy'sdefeat
by barbarous Ethiopia.Mr. army and large numbers of warriors there that a general strike would be the disciples' request, Jesus set forth
from all over the south were gather- called In that city If force were usedto the following ,principles of prayer.

Eden, young foreign secretary, ing. to try to stop them. Marshal Badgllo's break the strike blockade by picketsat I. The Right; Relationship of the

tells England modern conditions are"dreadfully" troops In the north were besieging the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company One, Praying (v. 2). -
Abbi Addi 25 miles west of -- about
like conditions before plant. 1. Filial-"Father. The suppliantIn the
1914. England must arm herself to lakale and the 5,000 Ethiopians there ,, prayer must be a child of God. : ; or or

the teeth and,have, for final objective, were said to be facing surrender or Boulder Dam Turned Overto God's gifts and blessings are for his what he

"a world-wide system of collective security extermi na II on. children. This relationship can only ,
With these successes on the military the ,Government .
which embraces all nations in oe entered Into through regeneration.Not .
an authority .which Is unchallengedand side, Mussolini was reported to be losing COMPLETED two and one-half years all men have a right to say, "Our the
unchallengeable." economically because of the In- schedule, Boulder 'dam Father," when addressing God Only most

That might be done by two or three 'reasing pressure of the' various sanc- and its power houses were turned over those who are children of God by faithIn as being-ad-

countries closely united, although the ions against Italy. Because or'hIs to the reclamation service. The Job Jesus Christ can so address him. for

airplane makes everything In war un- weakened position at home, It was saidin was the biggest single contract ever 2. Fraternal-"Our Father." God of

certain. It might destroy a capital Geneva and Paris he probably wouldbe executed for the government. There has many children. His children are changed

city and an alliance In one morning, disposed to negotiate peace If terms was no ceremony In the transfer. Frank bound up together in nature and in-

as a pistol destroys the strongest man. satisfactory enough to save his face Crowe, construction superintendent for terests. Even in our secret prayer we people

are proposed.The the Six Companies, Inc., contractors, should address him as "Our Father," year

sanctions committee ,of the said to Ralph Lowry, reclamation serv- : which is a recognition of the Interest have
Countess Barbara Hutton Haugwltz- findings
Dengue of Nations unexpectedly decided ice engineer: "Take It; It's yours now," of others alongside of ours.II. .
Reventlow has a new baby boy weigh-
that Mussolini should be asked and that was all. The Right Attitude in Prayer Bayer
ing seven. and a half! pounds, and ,
twenty million dollars ; that In goldat nee more whether he Is ready to ,discuss The dam and power houses are done, (v. 2)). fastest
peace ; and it was understood thatif but there Is plenty of work on the en- 1. Reverent adoration"Hallowedbe relief
the present price would weigh more
than thirty thousand pounds. Ask he said no, the league would proceedto tire project remaining to keep the gov- thy name." As' children we have pains

Barbara Hutton Haugwltz-Reventlow, impose ,an embargo on oil. Such a. ernment engineers busy for a long time. certain rights and privileges' yet holy person
step, Mussolini has repeatedly asserted The Six received ,
Companies $54,500- reverence becomes us.
as she holds that small baby, Its eyes : 35'h at
not focused, ,. one small hand_ holdingher 'would mean war In Europe. 000, and_the total cost will be $165 "2. Loyalty-"Thy kingdom come." by never

finger, whether she would rather Eiuperor Halle Selassie, accordingo 000,000. When praying to God we should come :>irin"

have the baby or the $20,000,000, and Geneva dispatches, sent a message with a spirit of loyalty which cries BAYER '_,

she will think your question silly. She .to Great Britain, offering' to discuss Putting New Farm Bill out, ."Thy' kingdom come." We should

would not take a million millions. for peace on the basis of the status quo, not only receive him,as the Lord of our
the baby: letting Italy'retain the territory she Into Quick Operation lives, but should loyally labor with ,

This that has occupied, provided King Edwardwill IMMEDIATELY after President him in inducing others to submit to him.
proves, .. any good young 1
woman who m rries-a-k young'man act as intermediary! Roosevelt signed the new soil con 3. Submission-"Thy will be done."

may' be richer than any "five and ten" servation-farm relief act passed to take We should have no will of our own
heiress. the place of the Invalidated AAA, AdL,1 regarding the rule of God. We shouldlet
Japan[ Military Revolt minlstrator Chester C. him direct, us in all things.III. .

Ends in Failure ; Davis began planning The Right Spirit In Prayer (vv.
Gen. William. E.: Mitchell, .was.buried fI'
: was calming down after the : ways to spend the 3-8). Hantt
In the family burial plot in Milwaukee. JAPAN
revolt and attempted coupd' $500,000,000 author. 1. Dependent fa1th-uGive.. this
.fnot in .Arlington. cemetery.Having .. ., ...
fought all his life againstthe etat of a thousand soldiers led by '' Ized. Under his.tIers' day:our daily bread" (v. 3). We should

enemies of' 'his country and the a. group of young "fascist" officers who { more than five thou- realize that not only bread, but life L

stupidity of his superiors, he wanted bought the Okada government was 'I::: : sand employees of itself is ours to enjoy because of him
peace at the last.l hampering the military progress of the :: f ; ; the AAA who Iiu<3 been and he is able to do for us' "exceedin

He lies' beside ,hIs father, a United nation. So far as can be judged at this : J. J.J.r waiting since JanuaryG abundantly above all that we ask or

States senator'' from Wisconsin. distance'; the net results of the uprisIng -' \ ',".::"W t .-.J: for something to do think."

General Mitchell has gone wherever wore: Admiral Viscount Makolo : ':: ;.:: :J got busy placing the 2. Penitence and love-"Forgive' us I. I

patriotic, brave men go; some that Salto, former premier and lord keeperof -L&r ...,..:'.w.'. ,.&:>i.->.,.,:'.,'"".- new program into ef- our debts" (v. 4). We should come to. "

opposed him will not follow him there. the privy. seal ; KoreWyo Tnkihashl, c''D ; feet.Tjie him realizing that we have Sinned, and :
minister of finance, and Gen. Jotaro goal of the new cry out to him for forgiveness. Our
Wiitimabe. chief military education. law Mr. Roosevelt said In announcing heart should be so filled with love for
Lake N. Y. mall-
At Greenwood ; a
were assassinated by the rebels Pre his signature, Is parity, not of farm others that we'will forgive those who
rocket went 2,000 feet from
carrying nier Okada escaped death, his brother- prices. hut of farm income. He said sin against us, as God has so willingly case of oak
New York to New Jersey over Green-
n-law being mistaken for him and the New Deal has "not abandoned and forgiven 'us. was twelve
wood lake while smiled in
: was
derision. sliln. The mutineers, threatened by wil: not abandon" the principle of 3. Holiness and caution-"Lead us broke

Other spectators smiled when Ful- loyal troops and! the fleet, obeyed an equality for agriculture.The not into temptation" (v. 4). Becausewe : pimples of .615,"

'diet by Emperor Hirohlto and sur- President In.a formal statement, are God's children, and realizingthe : : Grange,
ton tried his first steamboat.The .' '
endered. Of their 23 leaders, two,com stressed three "major objectives" of depravity of our natures and the ; ; very irri-and'

witted suicide and the rest were put In the program which he said are "In- consequent tendency to practice that gave me

world; becomes gradually demo- prison to await probable trial by court separably and of necessity linked with which displeases him, we should shrink Medical to clear .

cratic. InKing George's funeral pro uartlal.! the national welfare." They were: from that which, if Indulged In, would thru
cession everybody walked. At hisfather's 1. "The conservation of the soil itself again.
One other Important result is likelyto dishonor him and earnestly cry unto k $1.35.
funeral, the great all went on follow the uprising, and that is the through wise and proper land use. him to lead us not Into the place wherewe

horseback, including King George's formation of a new government more 2. "The re-establishment and main- would likely fall.

cousin, the former. kaiser. on a pranc- national, in character and Includingsome tenance of farm income at fair levelsso 4. Intercessory (vv. 5, 0)). The man

ing white hors able military men. That Is what that the great gains made by agriculture who asked for bread did not ask for
Now King Edward VIII orders sim
the army wants, not caring especiallywho in the last three years can be himself, but for a friend. Prayer
pler uniforms, less fancy In
dressing is premier. Okada, after emerg- preserved and national recovery con- which pleases God Is unselfish in its re-
Buckingham palace. ing from his place of hiding, offered tinue. quests. '

his resignation, but the emperor commanded 3. "The protection of consumers by 5. Perseverance (vy. 7, .S). Thoughthe
President Lewis, fifty, head of the him to carry on for the present.It assuring adequate supplies of food and friend refused at first and offered

miners' union, plenty of cash on hand, may be Japan will really" be the fiber now and In the future." excuses, because the one making the filter-

offers William Green, American Fed- gainer for the revolt, but it sufferedone Davis planned, as the first move, n request would not take "No" for an the blood

eration of 'Labor head, $500,000 for great loss In the death of Takahashi series of four conferences, with agricultural answer, he arose from his bed and lag in
a campaign to-organlze 500,000 men In who was a financial genius. leaders In Memphis, Chicago, gave him as many as he needed. Prayer nature in-
the steel industry. Mr. Green, a long- The whole affair emphasizes the fact New York and Salt Lake City to for- pleases God and gets results. that

time union ,man,. has ,not accepted, the 1 hat the Japanese do not look with dis- mulate plans to take: 30,000,000 acres IV. Encouragement to Pray (vv. back..
offer. He knows how easy It Is for favor on assassinations and suicides out of commercial production this year 9-2)-

one man' to become a tall :for the that are motivated by "patriotism." and place them In' legumes and other 1. God's promise (nU, 10). True puffiness frequent

other man's kite. soil conserving crops. prayer cannot fail of an answer, be- ,>misera-

cause God definitely promises that,
Service Strike
Dr. Alfred Adler 'competent Building Pills.
psy and
"Every one that asketh recelveth ;
"'chologist, says the Dlonne quintuplets Cripples New YorkMllltl Federal Judge Ritter he that seeketh findeth ; and. to him ) func-

"should" be separated,* for their : than 1,10.000 workers In 11,- Impeached by House that knocketh it shall be opened.'' country recom-

own good. -* buildings In New York city ARTICLES of impeachment against 2. Example of an earthly father druggist.
Mothers will 'wonder how any psychologist were called out on strike by James Judge, Halsted I. Ritter (vv. 11-13). No father will give a

could suggest separating the .j, Bambrick, president of-the: Building of the Southern district of Florida stone to his son who asked for bread,

five small angels, Yvonne, Annette, Service Employees'' International union were voted_ by the house of representatives. nor a serpent instead of a fish; nor a I

Cecile, Emilie and Marie. and the skyscrapers from the Batteryto The'vote was 1S1 to 146. The scorpion Instead of an egg. God Is In-

Washington Heights were badly jude is accused of accepting $4,500 finitely more willing to answer the
Mrs. Watson Davis, for .Sclence I crippled. Elevator men stopped their from a former law partner who collected of his children than earthly
prayers 11-0
Service, says the world needs just I cars, furnace men banked their tires $90,000 in fees In Rlttcr's court parents are to give good gifts to their I \\
now: A remedy for the' two greatest and scrubwomen threw clown their This impeachment is the twelfth children.V. .

"killers of men," cancer and organic mops, and all marched out of the voted by the house in American his The True Goal of All Prayer (v.
heart disease; a substitute for power, liulldiugs and formed picket lines. tory. Of the 11 men previously Im- 13)).

developed In primitive fashion from There was some scattered fighting between peached eight have been judges, one God's best gift Is himself in the per-

oil, coal, etc. That means harnessingthe the pickets and men hastily a senator, another a cabinet officer I son of his Holy Spirit. All those who IN
sun to one' end of the scale, the hired to take their places, but the entire and the other was a President, Andrew I the principles which Jesus 60XE5
atom at tile other police force of the city was mobilized Johnson. Only three, all judges, were taught In thIs' model prayer shall experience ,$ ook

O King Features WNU Service.Syndicate Lao' In a hurry to preserve the peace. found guilty by the senate, which sits I, ,.the blessing of the Holy I
F almost a month the union lead- as the court in such cases. I


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:.:', FRANKLIN'S FATHER cleaned by wetting a'stiff brush with
r, ultr I All AroundL5eliouse U1 .water; sprInkling' liberally with a

' AND MOTHER DIED l scouring powder ands rubbing over r r

( : OF FIRST ILLNESS glass. *

When a hot-water bottle leaks It
Benjamin Franklin used to say of may be repaired with adhesive
Try rolling ,doughnuts after fryingIn tapeto
his parents, "I never knew either my hold hot salt Instead of
,cinnamon and >oil water.
SELECT HANDLE sugar. may
father or mother to have any sickness [ :- *, .
like the flavor
but that of which they died, he EGGS CAREFULLY 1 S Onion soup is delicious when grat-
at eighty-nine and she at eighty-five
ed parmesan cheese Is sprinkled
When the [ of hat becomes on
lining your
years of age He had inherited ant ,top of it.
excelleptcphysical foundation for the Hatchability Is Important to : soiled take it out, wash with
Soap and water and Iron. Steam hat
,, making pf 'a great man. ,
In'1I printing shop in London, All Poultrymen. .' ,if! .felt, to renew .the color, and sew .

whither he went at the age of eight- in clean lining. '.
Dr W. C. Professor Poultry -
By Thompson
een he astonished his fellow workers ,
', Husbandry, New Jersey College of ;
by abstaining): from beer and yet Agriculture.-WNU Service 7 "' .'1A ':very fine sandpaper rubbed over

being able to carry a large form at Much of the profit making' posslfylll-s oa'stone'set tubs or.'! Ink before ap-

type in each hand where the others ties of next season's pullet flocks .JVil)' r'plyingjiifsced biPand turpentine: will

carried but be determined by the type and character make tubs smooth 'when' '
one in both hands. as as new. ; .
Franklin kept a score card of vIr- of hatching: eggs): used In Incuba .' *' *;. :-X *V' CS r''givr

tues to be practiced. The first ,of the tors. Good chicks;: and good pullets will For" luncheon .h'y' 'r.'ing'frnnl;- fjiikf'-.fi1' : v,;'. .;:. -- ::: .,- ':"

rules of conduct reads : "Temper- I weight come .only of] hatching from]{[ good eggs eggs.Is from The 20 Ideal to turters'In\ this xra"y';: : Wrap ;;a//...slice many Men and Women > j yfY,< ,,,.
ance.-Eat not to dullness ; drink: not of bacon around! each frankfurter; ]: :
the dozen and not less
28 ounces to '
to elevation. and fasten with a toothpick Place
than 24 ounces to the dozen. Althoughthe
Franklin's philosophic mind came under broiler u,' til bacon [is crisp.
matter of weight In egg selection ,
the conclusion that the quantityof 1l>;T
each kind of exercise is to be should not be carried[ to the extreme, !.' long ago I was..like some- friends.1 have. ..low In spirits...
Will tend to If tea stainsire on cotton or linen run-down..out of
Judged not by the time or distance next year's pullets pro' sorts..tirecLj-asily( and looked terrible. I
covered "but the duce eggs of the same type as those and only a few Jays old, soak themin knew I had no serious organic troubletso I reasoned sensibly. ..as my
by degreeof from which they were hatched. a solution made of one-half ,to one experience has since prove .. .that work, .worry colds and whatnot
warmth it produces In the body. Hatching eggs from poultry breeding teaspoon of borax to onecup'; of had just worn me down. I '

Considering the customs of his flocks should be gathered two or i water. Rinse in. iling water. The confidence mother has always had in S.S.S. Tonic. .which isstill
day, he was a remarkable specimenof her stand-by when' she feels run-down..convinced
three times 'dally during cold weather me ought to
health, strength and endurance, try this Treatment. ...1 started a course. The color began to came back
concedes Dr. James F. Rogers In because chilling to say nothing of Fill the coffee por with cold water to my skin. .I felt better.. .! did not tire easily and soon T felt that
freezing ruins chances of a good whIch a tablespoon of baking soda '
Hygeia. those redblood'cesye'i\ back to so-called fighting .strength. .it Is
hatch. 'Store the eggs in a cool place, has been added and boil for one great to feel strong again and like my old self.

Tr.) Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig preferably at GO degrees Fahrenheitand half hour each week. This will remove Insist on S.S.S. Tonic; in the blood-red Cellophane-wrapped pack j

mat little liver"' put up 60 years ago. In as even a temperature as p'os- the brown* staIn on inside of age. the big 20oz.:size is sufficient for two weeks' treatment..it's
They regulate liver and bowels.Adv.Mark sible. The air In the storage room pot. more economical, too. s.S.S.Co.

should not be too dry, or moisture In *

Twain Footnote the eggs will be evaporated Placedin The glass which covers the. Indicator Ifi(

The city council of Lava Hot clean% trays or cartons the eggs on your gas oven may be rG. jtJ 1i S){ 'fe (/&T .Jln

:Springs, Idaho, not only] talks about should be turned two or three times

the weather, it does things. When daily.

Icy streets and snow drifts menace Do not wash hatching eggs, but re-

traffic there councilmen order the move any dirt with a fine sand paperor ? -:: : (-' \

street department to tap a main lead- emery cloth. It Is far better, how- : i ;
Ing from a natural hot water spring ever, to have produced hatching eggs ,'.n' ei
:and. melt the barriers. perfectly clean than to have to clean ; ;

them after they are,gathered. Discard[ ..
the, abnormally colored and oddly ...

LIFE LONG"FRIEND"Keeps shaped eggs and set the selected eggsIn

the Incubator within two weeks,, and
Them Fit at 70 preferably within[ 10 days of the time :::,8..11.11'

THEIR MEDICINE CHEST they are lad.Gravity [ .. ,
'- < _
'ThissafeallvegeFOR 20 YEARS -
table laxative-NR
'-has been as de-
pendableasafamily Principle Usedto
doctor/during their
trying "after for Ventilate Hen HousesWhile
ty"years.NRkecpsthemregularycar r'
r there is some difference of

-after fully-with year faith never 1 '; opinion about the best way to ven- % i =

any need toincrease ? : iM tilate poultry houses, a simple system
/ r _
their tbedose.Noy.-onder"evening ,of :rar; f::...r'- 7- i based ,on the principle[ of gravity has -1 -
Lfe" is so free from complaints.Millions peo been used effectively In New Jersey
pl welcome the aid of this reliable corrective.FotNature's
Remedy strengthens and regulates the multiple-unit laying houses for more
entire eliminative tract-safely carries away the than a decade, says E. R. Gross, pro '
poisons that bring
,on headaches, fessor of agricultural engineering at
colds biliousness J .jWjJ the New Jersey Colfege of Agriculture,
Get a 25c bozo :ter
All druggists. Rutgers university.The .
only changes made in the gravity

system during the last ten years
Resist the Magnet are the adaptation of new materialsfor

Don't listen to two others argue If construction and successive In- : THIS IS WHY '

you can't keep out of it. creases In the size of the flue, Professor (
Gross reports. Under this system, Th THEY GIVE
the front windows of the house serveas

Still Coughing? Intake openings and are regulated YOU

according to weather conditions. The
No matter how many medicines air passes through the room to an ; ;: :: ,w'#
you have tried for
your cough, chest
cold outtake flue which Is located at, least
or bronchial irritation,
get relief now with Creomulsion.you can six feet from the window and extends

Serious trouble may be brewing and from two feet above the floor straight
you cannot afford to take a chance upward through the roof to at least
with i -
anything less than Creomul- two feet above the ridge of the roof. .
which goes right to the seat
cf the trouble to aid nature to The flue' is made of four strips of Insulating '
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- ] wallboards nailed to four .. .
branes as the germ-laden phlegm light posts to form an airtight boxor ,-
is loosened and AND SAVE
expelled. tube and Is located In each unit
Even if other remedies have .. ..
failed, don't be discouraged, your accommodating 100 to 130 birds. A .
druggist is authorized to guarantee large cap prevents rain[ and snow from YOU MONEY
Creomulsion and to refund your entering the house through the top of
money if you are not satisfied with the flue.
results from the very first bottle.
Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv., For most effective operation of this .. Every truck operator knows that internal ( \j'
system, the flue must have a cross sec ,

tion area of at least two and a half 'fllI friction causes heat and heat is the greatest \ k .

BEFORE BABV'COMES Inches per:bird and, in most cases, this t r-
area may be advantageously Increasedto destroyer of tire life. The only way to / i

Elimination of Body WasteIs flue three which and Is a too half small inches does per not bird.A afford -. counteract friction and heat./ is by Gum- /P44 "- ,

Doubly ImportantIn sufficient air change to carry the Firestone ,
Dipping, patented process fr
the crucial months before baby arrives away the moisture and keep the litter j pi'lwhich

it is vitally important that the body be rid dry.' soaks the cords in liquid rubber, I11 N
of waste matter Your intestines must func-
tion-regularlycompletely without griping. w ,. saturating and coating each tiny cotton '''fiber

Why Physicians Recommend Hints About Guineafowl and strand within the cord I
Milnesia Wafers CJuineafovvl can be housed with the counteracting //J. ;

-These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are barnyard hens but It would he betterto friction and heat at their very source. As a .
pure milk of magnesia in solid form- keep them In n pen by themselves,
much pleasanter to take than liquid.Each as the male Is rather hard on the hens, result of this patented process, Firestone Tiresrun -

wafer approximately equal to a full adult states a writer In the Montreal Her
dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed ald. The male guinea Is treacherous.A \ up to 28 cooler than tires built without t J ,,

thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct small part of the henhouse could be
acidity in the mouth and throughout the used for the wintering place for guinea- ,Gum-Dipped Cords.
digestive system, and insure
regular, complete
elimination without pain or effort. fowl to good advantage. The meat of This is why Firestone Tires are used by >
Milnesia Wafers the guineafowl is quite good to eat,
come in bottles of 20 and
48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in but is gamey in taste and dark In color. thousands and thousands truck operators
convenient tins for your handbag contain Guineafowl females usually lay In Mayor
ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately early June. They do not lay as from coast to, coast, including the largest
one adult dose of milk of magnesia. All many eggs as hens, although; some 4 l tiro
good drug stores sell and recommend them. have been known to produce upwards transportation fleets. These operators choose e -
Start using these delicious, effective l i of 100 eggs [In a season ; they do not tires strictly on performance... they know that y I
anti-acidgently laxative wafers today I lay during the winter months.

Professional samples sent free to registered Firestone Tires give them more dependable

physicians or dentists if request is made Potassium Permanganate
on proessionallctterhcad. Select Products, service at lowest cost, per.mile See your nearby
Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y. 'I Permanganate of potash, has little,
If any, value [In the drinking;: water. Firestone Auto Supply and Service ,Store or l p -
35c & 6Ocbottles -I II I This drug is, a mild disinfectant but, a:' ,. ... _
Firestone Tire Dealer and
In the amounts that can he used and today start. reducing, ., '
exposed as It must be to conditionsthat '
'' 20c tins offset any virtue (that it misfit your operating costs. FIRESTONE TIRES RUN COOLERThisscientificinstrumentaccurately'measures

i '- have It cannot disinfect hen
a or chicken. e 0 v ,..
As a routine addition to the drinkIng the beat generated in tires at high sustained

water of fowls, It has lost Its favor Listen to the Voice: of Firestone featuring Richard CrooJaor speeds. Firestone Tires run up to 2S cooler
MIIR or Me and Is now comparatively discarded: than tires built without Gum-Dipped Cords
Nelson Eddy-with :Margaret Speaks, ,Monday
?";, THr GLliCT ANTI etlD Skim-milk [Is a vaulnble food for po'.il- -this means added strength greaterdependability
try, ;however, fed, according to an au evenings_ over Nationwide N. B& C..-}VEAF, Netivorfe. and'longer mileage.

the Original Milk of Magnesia: Wafer thorlty in the Rural New-Yorker.;: .... 0' _" .

1036 F. T. & R. Co.THE .


will be given to applications the remainder of the state and each husband, whose name Is unknown; to-wit: '
The Clewiston News preference whose cash require- favorite son of each section will top Mrs. Mary Cowen, A Single woman; "The North Half of Section
of farmers choico Dr. M. H. Tallman and his wife, Twelve (12) ; All of Sections
the list with a widely varying
ments are small and no loans may Tallman and all
Gertrude L. ; un- Twenty-four (24) ; Twenty-six .
be made for purchasing livestock or of second and third places. known parties claiming any interestin ((26) ; and Thirty-six (36) ,

Published every Friday In Clewiston,, machinery or for payment of rents and to the premises hereinafterset of Township Forty-four (44) L

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, debts or taxes. .:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. forth, as the heirs, devisees, South. Range Thirty-two East
and E
Half 1-2)
The same rates of interest grantees or otherwise, by thru or and the East (
Inc. regulations as in former loans will under any of the above named par- of Section Eighteen (18) f
apply. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS ties, are defendants, appointing the and all of Section Twenty (20) ;
undersigned as Special Master in Twenty-eight (28) ; Thirty
Keathley Bowden, Editor VESPER SERVICES SUNDAYAT Chancery to carry into effect the (30) ; and Thirty-two (32) of A
HABDIOCK said decree, and to make sale of the Township Forty-four (44)
HIGHLANDS hereinafter described real estate, I, South of Range Thirty-three

-- I (Paid Political Adv.) as such Special Master in Chancery, (33) East, containing ...5120

ter Entered February as second 1, 1927 class, at mall the mat-Post announced The following for next program Sunday has, March been I II I {!.............I!...........__........................,_..-..................... April will on, A.Monday D. 1936, ,the between 6th. the- day hoursof of acres The ,same more to or be less.sold" under. said.

Office in Clewiston, Florida under 15, at the Vesper Services at Highlands I TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. decree of court and to satisfy the

the Act of March 3, 1897. Hammock near Sebring: I. COUNTY M., at the front door of the Hendry. terms thereof.
Festival March Olympian Roth.I County Court House in the City of F. LYNN GERALD

Overture, Raymond, Thomas. I I LaBelle, Fla.I LaBelle, Florida, offer for sale and Special Master in

year. Hymn, "What a Friend We Have announce my candidacy for-xthe teell at public aution or outcry to Chancery.
$2.00 per
Subscription rate Jesus". I office of Superintendent of Public the highest and best bidder for cash, FRED H. MELLOR,
Qvertising rates on application. In for the Plaintiff.No. .
Frink, Instruction.I the following described real estate Attorney
Rev. Loys
Devotionals- : "
I situated in Hendry County, Florida, 83 March 13-20-27, April 3
pastor Avon Park Baptist church. served the schools of this community -

advancement and Vocal Quartette, members of the many years and will, if elect-' --
Devoted to Park Methodist church. ed, do my best to keep the doors: of .
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry choir- Avon the school houses open and raise the S'. """ ..""H;!> ..,'&.,. ="' '''''"';
Hymn, "I Need Thee Every Hour" :.
the schools.
County. standard
Cornet solo, "The Water Witch", 1
I promise a complete separationof USED CAR BUYERS
Smith. -Ruth Durrance. the schools from politics and I .
tickets to the St. Pat- Hymn, 'Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me". will work for a tenure of teachers
How many "Suite "Atlantis" (The Lost Con based entirely upon their success. in
rick's Day dance? YOU MUST BESATISFIED
tinent) Safranek-Sebrlng High the school room.
This is Know Florida Week and School Band P. J. Gustat, director. Upon this platform I solicit your M 0N EY

it's always a good idea to start with. Announcements and Introductionof support. D. G. McCORMICK.FOR i
your own community and county. speaker. .
Address, Governor Dave Sholtz.

Friday the 13th and this is one Benediction. : SHERIFFTo ,
week we won't have to think up any Congregational singing under the
excuses for errors that may be made. direction of E. L. Roberts, music director the Voters of Hendry County: ORBACKSEE
of Avon Park schools.A I hereby announce my candidacyfor
cordial invitation is extendedby the office of Sheriff of Hendry
How about a Clewiston delegationto county subject to the Democratic
of the State Road F.. N. K. Bailey chairman of the
the meeting Primaries in June. I have been a
Board in Orlando on the 23rd to Vesper Service committee for as many resident of Hendry county for the us TODAY FOR Select any guaranteed car and drive it
boost for Road 26 from Miami to the citizens of Glades county as pos- I past sixteen years and feel that I two days. Test it yourself-if you are
Lake? sible to attend. am capable ,of carrying on the work SPECIAL BARGAINS not satisfied it is the best value you
i of the office in an honest and fear- can get for your money,bring it back

Just as the robin is a harbInger Hackett-Fagan Nuptials :less manner and of giving the peopleof and your money will be cheerfully re
j the county a conscientious ad- funded-provided only that the'car is
of spring so is the group of here men, ministration if elected. Your vote ., _. in its,original condition. Why take I
conclave Solemnized SaturdayMiss
in earnest ;
excellent I:and your support will be appreciated. chances when you can buy a used car
there and everywhere, an .
Indication that another election Ji DOUGLAS THOMPSON. ,. with a money-back guarantee.

rapidly approaching. Lillian Florence Fagan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Fagan .:. LABELLE MOTOR co. _

From the appearance of some of of Moore Haven, and A. L. NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE LABELLE, FLA.
the targets used at the Kiwanis Hackett- Clewiston, were unitedin

turkey shoot the other night the marriage Saturday night in Fort Notice is hereby given that under
members are going to have to do Myers at the Baptist parsonage, the I I and by virtue of a final decree made 11 : _II''U'

some intensive training in marks- Rev. C. T. Tew, pastor of the church I and entered by the Honorable ,V. J. -

manship in case of another war. officiating. Only close friends attended Barker As Judge of the Circuit
the ceremony.Mrs. Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir-
cuit of the State of Florida, in and
Another sugar harvest Is soon to Hackett is a graduate of the for Hendry County, Florida, in said Are You Willing To Make Sacrifices Now

end and officials state that it will Boca Grande high school, class of Court, in Chancery, on the llth. day Order To Build Up A Future?
Moore In
in the 1933, and has resided in ? Ha- that
be the most successful season : of March, A. D. 1936 in cer- ,
t history of Everglades sugar manu- ven for about a year. tain cause therein wherein The Flor-
facture. Building slowly but surely Mr. Hackett has been employedin ida Land and Timber Company, ,A One of the oldest Legal Reserve .Life Insurance

the foundation for the most per- the office{ of the Clewiston Com- Corporation is Plaintiff, and Flor- desires active .
ida International Realty Company, Companies an representative
I several and
for the 'past years
t nent kind of development on the pany "
n: ,I in Clewiston who I A Corporation; Elmar Realty Com- and the. Lake Re '@
western shores of La.ke'Okeechobee; has many friends in Clewiston ,.
A Corporation The Compass .
of pany, ; "
1 greatly surprised to hear
which is destined to
a sugar empire Corporation, A Corporation; Ethel
f be among the greatest in the world. his marriage when he announced it Pruitt, if Single, and, if married, the gion.
here Tuesday. husband of said Ethel Pruitt;' Dorothy '
J ROAD MEETINGThe The young couple will make their Donovan and her husband, Previous experience not necessary as we

I home in Moore Haven for the pres- Raymond Donovan and Dorothy give instructions, but you must first .believe
;I ent but will locate In Clewiston as Donovan, As Trustee; Hannah 'S. .
Miami Chamber of Commerce soon as k home is available. Ryan and her husband, Thomas J. in Life Insurance yourself.P. .
this week that they
announced i "0 Ryan; Cedrick J. Priebe and his
would have a large delegation attending GOVERNOR wife, Mrs. Cedric J. Priebe; Virginia MIAMI FLA.
the meeting of the State '' ''' M. Spitler, and, if married, her hus- ,
Road Department at the Angebilt band, whose name is unknown;
Hotel in Orlando on March 23 to (Moore Haven Democrat) Maud L. Baker, and, married. her I
The straw vote which is being
work for the early completion of ,
; State Road 26 from Miami to connect conducted by the Jacksonville Am- -- -
erican on the race for Florida's new
with State Road 25 at South
Bay and cut the distance from the governor Is attracting a great deal

Lake section to Miami by manymiles. of attention in some quarters and

while it makes, interesting reading I
and subject for debate proves very DIVIDENDSRecord ,
The Miami group is hopeful of SAVINGS SAFETY .
large delegations from the Lake little.
In the first place the vote taken is
towns affected by the road and it
is certainly to the interest of every- almost entirely devoted to Jacksonville -

one here to have the road built as and Duval county and while it
is true that there are a lot of votes
It is that
I soon as possible. hoped of '
there will be many who will find it within the confines of that county ,Dividends /

i possible to to Orlando to intercede there are many times as many in t, : Building AssociationYEAR
go .. Home
I .... :...'\ : -; : r Clewiston
T with the Department with the "".:> ,,'; ,- ,

i j other delegations to have the road :' .\ ..' ;,.,.:.(- ;j; -:,
l i built.: :..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.dd.:' o -. < .. : RATE RATE
I '

Emergency Crop Loans 'cr.) 6
l' 1928 5.5 .

Ready In Ten Days Good FarmLand I ?J.- 1929 .7 1934 6 .

i -_ 1930 4 1935 _..6" .
l: Washington, March 12 (Special) ; '.

\ -Emergency crop and feed loans .,' "::. 1 1931'-4: ; 1936 1 .- .6.' \ R

;, for the year 1936, as authorized ,by '- ; 6 : ? '
.I, the President's Executive Order of for Rent : t: .:: : 1932 \ :/ \ : ; f

February 28, will be available with- : .' .
in the next ten days, CongressmanJ. ,
Hardin Peterson stated here to- "
day. Regulations governing the loans : CALL
have been issued. The loans will be l : ', OFFICE FIRST
, made through the same channels us- I i

, '. ed in previous years. Farmers eligible I Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW' AND

the field may supervisors obtain applications or the local from emergency 'Trespassers I return.. Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS OVER.

:. crop loan committees already dividends of less than 4 percent yer year. _
i. operating in most counties. WUlBeProsecuted '
t.. He said the loans will be limitedto I In these days of reduced interest on savings ..,. '. -.,. :.. -, .. ,'

the minimum amount necessaryto accounts and reduced returns on other : .. ..
..meet the immediate and actual -
I Home Building offers : ( .
cash needs of farmers who are un- forms of investment: V ._
, ; able to obtain credit from any other the conservative, thrifty investor the investment '
; source, and in no instance exceed !
I _. his needs. Investigate
$200 to one farmer. Applicants who : best to

can get credit from any other source, r. ,Clewiston Home Building Association -
including a production credit as-
sociation, will not be eligible for em- 'The: ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONlIttle +

ergency loans, he explained. month much as
, **t as $5.00 per or as HOME BUILDING
Loans will be made for the pro- .
' duction, planting, cultivating, and ClewistonCompaYiy $1,000.00 In a lump, sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION

' harvesting of crops, for summer fal- adapted to yourrequirements.
; \ Home Building program '
lowing, for supplies where they are PHONES 102103rAGE

: necessary for production of 1936 .

crops, or to produce necessary feed I ,
; ror livestock. ,

According to the Congressman: :..:.(..x ..x.. :o(+( ...).. ,

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.....................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..: Mrs. John J. Maher and Miss Jew- EMMA JANE EZELLE HAS the American Red Cross and covers'it. A certificate is given by the Red .

I 1. tl Maher, of Detroit, arrived today BIRTHDAY PARTY TUESDAYMrs. actual care of the sick in the home, Cross to those
I attend twenty
:: Personal I Mentions:: I for a visit with Mrs. Maher's sister, personal hygiene, nutrition, defects
or more out of the
*: + irs M.' E. VonMach and Mr. Von- J. W. Ezelle entertained witha 'of children, thejr cause and preven- twe"ntyfour. -

l.qg M ....,.......................................t...................:.:..:..:........................ 1 a'.iach. birthday party at her home Tues- tion and many other phases of health .

'-. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. 'Liles announce day afternoon in honor of the second -, that will be ,explained at the class The course will be under the direction >
Mrs. Ray Mitchell and Mrs. H. birthday anniversary of her period.
the birth, of a baby boy on March 6. % of Miss Mary Orr, new coun- '
Vaughn were in LaBelle Thurs- daughter, Emma Jane. The course is free Of cnarge with

; Mr. and Mrs.-Joe-Cato visited in i .y visiting Mrs. W. P*. Vaughn and An animal cracker' circus idea was the exception of the Red Cross study ty nurse. Miss Orr has been doing

j Pahokee Tuesday evening. 1 t's. Joe Doughtery and Mrs. Frank carried out in decorating -the table book which costs sixty cents. However publichealth, work for the past four- ".

1 oughtery.E. for refreshments with the birthday it is not required that you buy teen years.There's .

Gideon Brown visited friends h.. cake as a center-piece having a mer-
E. Frazier district effect with its '-
DeLand over the week-end. superin- ry-go-'round brightly -
. ivndent. for the Western Union, with colored streamers running from
R. B. Brossier, of Orlando, was in headquarters in Orlando, was hereon the top of a center' pole in the cen- S / # / :+ A+ .

?;;', Clewiston on business Wednesday. an .inspection trip one day last ter of the cake to the edge of the ,4

" week. plate where they were tied to ani-
mal crackers. Each little
I'' Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Brown were guest was
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wilson of Co- given as a favor a little cart made ofa ll
visitors in Sebring Wednesday. !
It;:: lumbus Ohio, and Peter Fostnaught marshmallow with charm wheels '

..' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern, of of. Van Wert, Ohio, were visitors of and pulled by animal crackers. Re- .i
Mr. and Mrs M. T. Ironmonger here freshments were cake and ice cream I
Pahokee, were visitors. here Sunday. flv
!. this week. K G'rr, rr9G{. ?.<}, 4 f, .N '
cups.The '
I J. F. McLure, Jr., of Ocala, visited little folks attending the delightful j :
I, friends in Moore Haven and Clew- Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. Margaret party were: Clark Iron-

iston this week. B.. Jenkins, Mrs. Olin Carletonand monger, Beverly Flaniken, Skippy

Mrs. W. F. Simpson visited in Cothern, Shirley Ann Owen, Jean

;' Moore Haven and LaBelle Tuesday Yenawine Meredith John qyr
Patsy: ,
,'., Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Roberts spent
: afternoon. Schiffli, Richard Knight, Charles
Saturday and Sunday at Jupiter on -
a fishing trip. : Miner, Rachel Miner, Bobby Lawler,
Mrs. Claude L. Downs returned Bobby and Carline Berner,; Kay Bow-

Saturday from a weeks trip to the den, Carol Joy Alston, Joe Schroeder -
Mrs. C. E. Nail, who has been con- '
West Indies. Mrs. Grace Cahill
returned and Smith.
fined to her home for several ,days
with Mrs. Downs from West
by illness, is reported improving.
Palm Beach for a visit Saturdayand :MRS.! G. E. SMITH HOSTESSAT ,

Mrs. Dick Hooks, of LaBelle, was Sunday.Mrs. BRIDGE PARTY SATURDAYMrs. ,

,,s a visitor in Clewiston Wednesdayand
C. R. Byrd is reported much
Thursday.Mr. G. E. Smith entertained a
improved after treatment in the
number of friends with a bridge and
Lakeview Hospital for some time.
and Mrs. Joe Cato are spend- dinner party at her home Saturday
She is expected to be released from
ing the week-end, visiting relatives night.
the hospital.. within the next few
in Nocatee. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. H. J.
': -- B. Scharnberg, high for ladies; W.

, Mr., and Mrs. M. R. Lawler visit- C. Prewitt, high for men; Mrs. Max
Mrs. Margaret B. Jenkins left Fri-
;,;' ed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spadaro last Meluh, low for ladies and Mr.
. day for a visit of several weeks in
;. night in Moore 'Haven. Scharnberg. low for men.
fh':' ___ Orlando before returning to her Those attending were: Mr. and
,< home in Columbus, Ohio. She has
:)': Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley were Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. f
;' been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. D. J.
:;,:',... business visitors in Immokalee H. ,J. B., Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. fV
Williams for the past week.
Tuesday., H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Max Meluh, Jud-
son Frances and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Zapinske, of
( Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs. G.'I .
]Detroit, were the guests of Mr. and
S. Mobley visited Mrs. A. L. Taylor CLASS IN HEALTH TO BEHELD
Mrs. M. E. VonMach Sunday en routeto
" ;
'I Miami for a few weeks' vacation.Mr. .

(. Mr., and Mrs.--Hoomes Rich visited Zapinske is comptroller for the A twenty-four-hour- course, called] QUALITY TALKS '

::. Mr. and 'Mrs. T. M. Dechman in Chrysler Motor. Corporation. "Home Hygiene and Care of Sick"

-.1:: Canal Point ---- will be given at the school building
: Wednesday afternoon. f
-p.-. Mrs. J. J. Padgett of St. Cloud, Tuesday afternoon at 3:15.: This a barrel of quality in

3.;:.. died Th u?day in a hospital in Kis- course is sponsored and outlined by
> .Misses Leo and Joy Willingham simmee after a, short illness. Her every bottle. and it doesn't

: and Ward Roberts, of Moore Haven, sister, Mrs.- H. C. Avant,, of Clewis-
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy ton, who was called there by her take a barrel of money to buy it!
- Alston J. M. COUSECounselor
Tuesday evening. serious illness the first of the week

will return home Saturday.Mrs. and Attorney Law
Mrs. W. C. Nail, Mrs. Lida Short Hopkins Building

and Mrs. Lillian 'Harben of Moore D. C. Brinsdon left Saturdayfor Wednesdays _and Saturdays

Haven ,visited in Clewiston for a her home in
t New Orleans after 9:30 to 4:00
"' short time Tuesday' afternoon. spending two months here'' with Mr.
coast to coast, Quaker
and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer. She wentrs FROM

Van C. Swearingen, of Miami, and I far Bradenton. with W. W. Lid- Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath candidate for the office I
of State I dell who visited over the weekendin speaking for itself-and has won
was a business visitor Sarasota.

in Clewiston Saturday. more' friends than any' other ;41 Q AfkF

---- Mrs. R. L. Merritt left Saturdayfr Lake Harbor Phone No. 1 straight whiskey in the = '
" Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wetherington country BR9o
: her home in
Sparta, Ga., after
:> and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Pierce, of spending the winter here with her For this friendly whiskey with

( Moore Haven, were visitors here daughter, Mrs. V. C. Woodward and its wealth of mellow richness and

, Monday morning. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. w od- h f
{? its t '
t....., ward accompanied her as far as PHILCO RADIOS throat-easy smoothness, has 3 a,,
: .. Mrs. V. E. Emanuel and Mrs. A. Vest Palm Beach. i51'RAICHTWHISKEY
livedup-andalwayswillliveup- 1 -
Furniture and Home Furnishings J-
W. Stone of Moore Haven were rntcwQu cu cBttPerr

i','..' Clewiston visitors Monday after- Mrs. Rose -Smith-, Mrs. W. Lucaa, Household FurnishingsInc. : tothegoodOldQuakerplatform.NLE.
:; noon.
Mss: Constance Lucaa and Miss

-y- R semary Brown, of New York City, ,

Mrs. Edith Frierson and Mrs.I a rived this week for a visit with BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.L. s :

. Wallace Daughtery Moore Haven 3\ rs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and John

/ were, business visitors here Saturday -1 Lucaa. Mrs. Smith is the mother
:L morning.. t uju '
and Mrs. Lucaa a sister of Mrs. )
6. MershonAGENT
r.Y' --- SCharnberg and the grandmother ,

,;::;, Herbert Elate, of Winter Haven, and mother of Mr. Lucaa. STRAIGHT WHISKEY BRAND
and 'former Clewiston resident
cc': .' .... visiting friends here on was New York Life As you prefer in BOURBON or RYE !It bears the SCHENLEy'r.\ARK OF MERIT' .
Wednesday SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEETS Copyrlitht. 1936'Tho Old Quaker Company La..r'nccborit, Ind Division SCHENLFY PRODUCTS CO,Inc, -
.'k of this week. '
Mrs. D. J. Williams' Sunday "7 OLD QUAKER BRANDY (io years old) OLD QUAKER SLOE GIN '
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. B. J. School class of the Community FLORIDA
Schroeder and E
Kelley were church ,were entertained by Mrs.
(It West Palm Beach 'visitors Thurs -- -
Will ams on Wednesday evening

day. with a supper at the manse.' Those V "

nesday Mrs. L.from H. Robbins Miami where returned she Wed attending June Mildred Hooker.Ward were, Bernice:, Bobbie Guthrie Spicer ands : I .;. Where Summer Spends the Winter .;. / : ,

been visiting for two weeks wither h

.. son and family. AIRS. ALSTON GIVES LUNCHEON

.. .. Mrs. Milton Fuller of Palm Beachand I .
>, .''.. .. \;..
Ralph of .4,. r' ,
-- Jacksonville Mrs. D. G. Alston .. .
was hostess at r.Lt
.i\ { ?
ls ;
,;.:- visited Mr. and Mrs. G. S. r.: \y};: i! {:
Mobley a luncheon given at Lee's Cafe in \
t '.,' last week. Moore Haven Cjetke"BiG
'.'-' today honoring Mrs. J. \
: L. Cr bb. Following the luncheon the 7-

;' {:',' J. Mr.W. Ezelle and Mrs.and W.-Mrs.F. Simpson Olin Mrs. ladies returned to Clewiston and enjoyed I \ \ I I
. Carleton
. ::1':', attended a picture show in Belle an afternoon Mrs.of bridge. Those ; % 11 1i 4 11r

i,: ;1 Glade" Monday evening attending were: Leslie )Miller,
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H., O. :Peters,

, : .... Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. M, R. Lawler, : :Y{X{.ti4ti{$: I quif"Qpllun" ;I
'< Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams spent Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs R. N. Smith :

::j" '':;,' several days this week as guests of and Mrs. W. W. Perry.,

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moores at Ju p- rY ;Yr t. .


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCracken, -

Miss Jewel Russell, Walker Nail, A. J. E. Beardsley entertaineda

I r- P. Beery and Parker Wilson attend- number of friends at an informaltea {'

/'17 ed a dance in Pahokee' Thursday last Thursday afternoon 'at her 'J Y

night. homo near Bare Beach. Strawberry

pie and coffee were served to Mrs.

The many friends of Willard M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. Chas. Lear, Mrs. 1

Payne, who for the past several L. H. Robbins, Mrs. J. L. Crabb,

i years has been engineer for the.Mac- Mrs. Amy Hall, Mrs. John W. Smith,

I Williams, Dredging Corporation will Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. R. H. Col

I be interested. to learn that he has lins, Mrs D. J. Williams, Mrs. Margaret "
"BIG. /
FUEL That s what makes the Gulf gallon Unlike many jJ
accepted a position as geologist for B. Jenkins, Mrs. H. R. Hall,
gasolines which contain as much as 1/7 waste drop of Gulf is converted
the Standard Oil Company at San Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, every

Antonio, Texas. He left last Thurs- Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. W. F.. into power : : ; all of it goes to work-none of it goes to waste. That's

day for his new location. !Simpson. due to advanced refining. Try THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE. ,:J,



Life and Death Clock to

Impress People of Berlin

t Every five, minutes' the steel ham "

I mer of a great clock In Berlin toll
, :: 8TORO OIJ8.t:: nine strokes indicating that nine

babies are born on an average during -
this period In Germany.

k big double-bulbed hour glass
By llmfrd Yates beside the bell turns over every five
'- minutes to remind people that seven
Germans have' died while the nine

Copyright by Minton. Balch k: 00. WNU ServIce:: IJ babies were being born.
The clock has been built to suggest -
'in more emphatic fashion than
the usual timepiece, the eternal
between life and death-and
SYNOPSIS At once I rolled on to my side but when she leaves for Salzburg she'll I moved like any shadow along the side change'
Germans the dan-
Helena's lodgment was empty and she take a letter to your cousin. I need of the track. to Impress upon
of falling birthrate.-Pearson's -
John Spencer and his cousin, Geoffrey and Sabre were gone. Since I was very hardly say she's promised to hold her Arrived at its mouth I waited strainIng gers a
Bohun, are vacationing In Austria. foul, I determined to find some water ongue. my ears. So perhaps for three Weekly.
Geoffrey is a gifted portrait painter but before she returned.My "Now if, to serve convention you'd minutes. Then I stole round the corner

prefers Btvolllne to In the paint forest landscapes., John hears While English back was stiff as was ,natural have thrown such a chance away, we'd and on to the edge of the road.
voices, and decides to Investigate. but to my relief I found I could walk better say good-by here and now. The Rolls was gone.
From coyer hQ finds four men burying with ease so I set off towards the You're jealous of my honor. Well and .
a man In green livery who, evidently, clearing, for there the night before good. If you weren't we shouldn't be I was up betimes the next morning
had been murdered. Pharaoh Is the NASAL
leader of the gang: the others are I- had heard the song of a rill. here. It Is because you respect me, and had shaved and bathed and dressed
: Dtjwdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately When I had found this I bathed my' because you're so very anxious that Ihouldn't before Helena called to me to know If IRRITATION
5- John makes, himself known to head and my hands but before I had put a foot wrong, that I like I was awake.,
the'assassins by dropping a letter with finIshed this very simple toilet, Sabre you and trust you." First came the caring for Max and duatocok11
his name and address. He tells Geoffreyand
his chauffeur, Barley of his ad- gave tongue beside me and then stood "All right," I said slowly, and hardly the preparation of our breakfast which
Venture. Geoffrey, realizing that John's moving his tail and looking the way I knew my own voice. "I'll play the pretty occupied our time for about two hours.
life Is In danger,. declares he must van lad come.A game." In my note I had asked my cousinto Relieve the dryness and

; "wf ish.the Spencer murdered discovers man that corresponds the livery to moment later my lady stepped out When Freda returned, she was heavy : bring some food but. In case he irritation Alenlholatmn"by applying flight

the livery of the servants of Yorick of the woods. laden, for she bore two gallons of brought with him no bread, Helena de- and morning.
, castle: and tells Countess Helena, mis- "How's his back?" said Helena, takIng petrol which she had begged of the cided ,to make some-a labor which
tress of the castle what he had.seen.. her seat on a tree.stump.: farmer that sold her milk ; and as well kept us busy till nearly noon. I judged 1 .4
With Geoffrey and Barley, John starts -
for Annabel, a nearby village. They "Stiff," said I, "but better." she brought, two chickens and a basketof that my cousin woulcl reach us by
encounter Pharaoh. In making their "Rest is the medicine." says she. new-laid eggs. What tale she had five o'clock. And that would be the
getaway. they exchange shots with the "We simply must find a farm Besides old I know not but I think that it end of my idyll ; with his and Earle>'3

, gang at without Plumage serious farm,result.on the They Yorick arrive I want my breakfast." served her turn for we were not once coming, my present estate, my king Slang's Use

I' estate,;where Lady Helena had requested "God send It you quick," said 1. "We molested by curious e 'es. She had dom, must be resigned my lovely hour Slang peps up the conversation If
John and his cousin to meet her. must go on walking east ; but If after little time to spare If she was to catch would be over, and never so long as I it isn't the too cheap sort.
She reveals to them that her father half an hour we don't strike a path or I Isomethlng the train which would bring her to lived should I ever be given another
" had converted his immense fortune into
-" Salzburg that night. that smelled! so sweet.
gold and hidden it away in a secret
t. vault In the castle. Knowing that his "I've struck one," says she. "I don't From a covert which we selected we Black-Draught Relief
son, Valentine, Helena's brother was know where it leads to, but I think we I took my ease for the most of that could see the way to Witchcraft, yet Prompt and RefreshingIt's
:,"'-. incapable of controlling the fortune alone he might try and find out. It appears tobe day, but while I am sure the reposedid could not be seen, for the ground rose good idea that so many people -
had revealed it to Helena just
before his death. In some manner the a long one." much for my back. It was Helena'suse up a little to make a knoll yet the have-to keep Black-Draught t
news leaked .out, and Pharaoh Is after of the lotion that actually healed bracken made us a breastwork through handy so they can take a dose for
the treasure. They planned that Geof- the strain. relief at the first sign ,of
Nearly an hour had gone by whenwe which we could see when we pleased, prompt -
frey and Barley would go to Salzburgto' "Tonight," I said. "I am going to which from the constipation.Mr. .
watch for Pharaoh, while John was saw before us no farm, but a little, no eye looking up path of Evensville
Sherman Sneed
i.. get the Rolls. I'll fill her up at some could ever have pierced.As .
to remain at Plumage,' patrolling the cottage, standing In a Tenn writes: "I take Black-Draught
t i roads about Yorick from dusk to dawn. glade of the forest, with a garden of pump and then find some place near I turned to peer through the I for constipation which causes head-
Several nights by without important
Incident. John go visits Torlck castle and flowers about It. fronds- ache, a bad, tired' feeling and for
f f Onds that Helena's brother. Count Valentine "Bread and milk," said Helena turning t1 "You arc very Impatient.' said biliousness bad. taste in the mouth
is there and with him, on most a glowing face. "And honey per- Helena. and sluggish feeling. Black-Draught,
friendly terms, is Pharaoh as Captain haps-there's a beehive." "That's the wrong word," said I. "I taken about two nights, clears up
i Fanmg. Hearing that John Is stoppingat We were 40 paces away, when a t can't tell you what's the right one this trouble and I get all right."
Plumage Pharaoh speaks to Dew- :Men and women like Black-Draught so
r drop. John suspects a plot. As dinner young woman entered the doorway and n but It's rather like standing on-a plat- well because of the refreshing relief it
,. Is announced, Helena and 'John make stood looking into the garden alight form, seeing somebody off by train." brings in constipation troubles.
t their escape, pursued by Pharaoh's men, with the sparkling flowers. For a Helena knitted her brows.
I. encountering many difficulties during "I know the feeling," she said, "butI
the night. They run out of gas. moment she stared upon them. Then N : "
she leaned against the jamb put her don't see' how It applies.
! arm up to her eyes and began to weep. "You wouldn't," said I. "Never mind.

, CHAPTER- IV-Continued. Helena and I stopped dead. The train will "leave when Geoffrey and My Ideal Remedy for | J,. .
F'8.i .-_ Then- t Barley arrive.
l' If we were now In no peril our case "You stay here," she said quietly, i Again I turned to glance at' the shad- PAS

was sorry enough. Stay with the Rolls "and I'll go on and see what the trouble -r owy way down which they must come. "Though I nave tried all good'd k
i we dared not,'for the chance that some is. Perhaps we can straighten itout "I like Mr. Bohun," said Helena. remedies Capudme suits me"
"He's the best In the world." I cried. best. It is quick and gentle.
l' friend would, come by before some ene- In return for a meal. Quickest because it is liquid 1
my seemed to us very slight. Helena's Twenty minutes went by before I "Well he'll be here soon-If you its ingredients are already dis
solved. For headache, neuralgic Viir.
t brilliant plan was back In the melting- saw her again and then she came out e don't keep on watching that path. or muscle aches. >. ,.
(. pot, for her nurse wculd have kept of the garden with the lass that had Watched pots never boll, you know."
I.. her counsel but we could not now stood at the door. The latter
:'.'- summon Geoffrey until we were sure smiling now. lay back on the turf. "I don't want
- of our host And the Rolls had to be i For a moment the two stood speak. Geoffrey a* all. I'll, be glad to see him.

r':;. recovered before we could move. ng. of course. But if he was delayed or
t Over all, the knowledge that until I Then the woman dropped a curtsey something! I-I shouldn't mind." Cleanse
.r was healed I was not only out of action and started across the forest in evident e Some time later Helena suddenly V

but could not lift a finger If dan- haste. peered through the fronds. "At, last," Internally
,. ger arose hung like a thundercloud."Are Helena beckoned to me, and I got to she said. "Enter Mr. Bohun and Barley and feel the difference!

r- you sure you can walk?" said my feet. -with a suitcase In every hand. Why let constipation
lli-' Helena. As I came towards her- What do they think this is? The Majestic hold you back? Feel

r "Comfortably," said I. "And If 1 saw "The trick," she said, "has been S hotel?1" your best,look your best

f",. Pharaoh coming I quite expect I could done Our hostess has gone for petrol, (TO.BE. CONTINUED) cleanse internally GAAFIELDTEAisnotamI thoyseasy

r run. The burning question Is where to and when she comes back in. two hours We Could See the Way to Witch' ....... \ tea-cup way. --

z look for a, lodging that's not by the she's going away for good-for three craft. Write for acle worker, but week.
\ Nias
One of Dutch East
. side of this road." days, at least, to Salzburg. Our host, SAMPLE of this "internal beauty
Together, by the light of the torch however, will .remain : he's Inside now, Witchcraft and park her there. Her Indies, "Island of Gold" FREE treatment" will astonish
:- we studied the map. Upon this there In the very best ot humors and findingour value apart we simply must have that" Nlas which Is one of the Dutch East CARFIELD Dept.TEA 231 CO you. Begin tonight.Brooklyn .
w was shown a farm called Holy Tree use of his cottage an excellent car. Without her we're "tied by the leg. Indies about 100 miles west of Sumatra N. Y. (At your drug store)

, So far as we could make out, It stood joke." "I shall come, too, said Helena. is one of the most remarkable IslandsIn I
' "Sabre can mind the baby and keep I LWEiML
: some seven miles off I followed her Into the cleanest of the world. Its history has baffled
1" Though I was tired and In pain, I tiny kitchens, all bright with old wood the house. students, and although several theories
, shall always remember with pleasure and copper and smelling of sweet "I think," said 1, "that you've done have, been offered to account for Its
and It's All In HOW You FightBALDNESS
You've fetched car-
enough today.
i; our progress that summer night. wood-smoke. Beneath the open win- customs and culture, all that Is knowp.
;.', We had walked for an hour and a dow a table was laid with our break ried and nursed me and played. with for a certainty Is that at some I\r-f!\ :
: half before'the track Max. undetermlrcd ,
, we were using remote time settlers ol
came to an end The going was rough fast.Sabre was lying on the flags In frontof "Oh John why wasn't 1 born to a origin went there and through many You need a medicine that I
and, because I was weary I stumbled the hearth and a pretty fair-haired life like this The life I lead Is a centuries their descendants, though helps your hair to save it-
and every time I did so the muscle baby that might have been two years duty-and that's the-truth." cut off from the rest of the world, de- i- selfby nourishing starved
which I had injured protested with all old was seated beside the Alsatian. *'We'renot born to Idylls" said 1Ve've veloped their own laws and art and 4 hair drub roots Gloveis and!stopping But you Daar must-
its might. Helena sat down by the Infant and "\ no such luck. civilization. ;. faithfully keep up the good

"It Is useless," said I, halting "We drew him on to her lap. Helena crossed her ankles and laced On ancient maps of the East Indies s wotk.SrarttodaywuhGlovers Mange MedicideaadGlover's
, must wait till the dawn comes In." I. "Max" she said, "this Is my brother. her delicate fingers behind her head. Nlas appears as the "Island of Gold;' ",a" Medicated Soap for:the sham-
4 stepped to a mighty beech and flung He's rather nice." "D'you find It Idyllic, too?" and as far back as 850 A. D. a Mohammedan 1' your poo.Bother At ill druggists.give you Glovei'j.Or butt

the clothes I was' bearing down at its "And our host?" said I. "I tried to say so this morning." trader wrote of Its great treasure < xxt? 'i I
foot. "You must He down here my lady, Helena looked up laughing. Helena knitted her brows. of gold. There Is still an aston

and take some rest. And Sabre and "This Is our host," she said. "If you I "Then you said It very badly," she ishing amount of gold to be seen therein { s i
I will watch." had any manners you'd come and give said. "I thought you were jibbing at ornaments beads bracelets and 1..
"I !see! ," said Helena, slowly. Then him a kiss." v. being. here alone wit' me." gold leaf decorations. 1.i i

she put up her hands and slid my coat "For me, that's the Idyll," said I. Golden ornaments must be made for !
_ from my shoulders and drew It clearof CHAPTER V Helena turned her head and gave mea every bride and bridegroom, with the BACKACHES Need Warmth

my .arms.: "You've. got to change," dazzling smile.It result that much of the gold In private Miserable backaches or muscle pains causedby
line said and, despite Insisted rheumatism, neuritis, arthritis, sciatica.
my protests -
The Forester's Cottage. was when we had eaten our sup- families is melted and fashioned into lumbago and strain all respond instantly to
on helping; me Into dry clothing. "Convention be darned" said Helena. per and the Infant ,was fast asleep new articles once In every generation. Allcock's Porous Plaster. The glow of warmth ''
"Now lIe still,",said makes you feel good right away. Treats afS5
you Helena. lightIng "All right," I said. "I can't help It. that Sabre was given his orders and Besides this, the local chiefs all have or pain where it is. Insist on Allcock's .
my torch. "I'm going 'to get some Do what you like- If the Countess we set out with the petrol to seek the their "state jewels"-coats of mall lasts long,comes off easily. Get relief ormoney i
lea es." Helena of Yorick Is determined to Rolls. The dusk would come In, 1 covered with sheets of solid gold Allcock.OasinlnsN.Y.back.25
Three times she went and came with dwell In a solitary two-roomed cottage judged by the time we had crossed "krlses" with golden hilts or sheaths,
her coat full of dry leaves. These she with an Imitation brother an Infant- the clearing and gained the track, and umbrellas with golden bands heavy:
poured Into a hollow by the side of the earrings and necklaces. These "state" u/Uf '
In-arms and a dog- that was just what we wanted, for so THe lOc SIZE
beech. I found there an ease of body "Till your cousin arrives she is. And we could use the daylight, yet be articles may be worn only by the chief pall CONTAINS 3V2 TIMES
which I had not expected that night. now listen to me. Freda's man Is In wrapped In the cloau. of darkness bj himself on special occasions, and It Is mows AS MUCH Se SIZE AS THE '' I
And she sat down behind me with her Salzburg: he's lying In hospital, there the time we came to the road. For all said that the making of each was accompanied I .;:
back to the trunk.'When and better of for If by the sacrifice of a slae
gradually getting a that I was none too easy by E
we get to Holy Tree, ('m goIng which nearly carried him off.? Yester- seme evil chance, friend Pharaoh had or the capture of a head from some i

to borrow some lotion and rub your day she got a letter saying that now found the Rolls, his Instinct might well hostile \lllage. SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
back. I shall tell them we're brother she might visit him, but that on no have suggested that we should returnat ,,
and sister, so remember to treat me account must she bring with her the nightfall to try to recover the car. History of Mirrors

rough. It's really Important, John If child. I Imagine there's a risk of In- And If he was lying there waiting Mirrors in their primitive form were IHI E'S RELBEfD
you value my name. If you're polite, fection. Well, that provision tore It, The nearer we drew to the road the known to the ancients. The Hebrews *
they'll know that you aren't my brother for she's no one to take the child. And more I wished for Sabre, for he at used them as did also the ancient D Sore flrrltated Skin
and then my reputation, will cease to that Is why she was weeping. least would have saved us from walk- Egyptians Greeks and Romans. Prax- Wherever it is-however broken the
exist." "I offered to care for the baby and Ing Into a trap. iteles taught the use of polished silver apply soothing
to give her -a: present as well If my Five minutes later, perhaps the for mirrors as early as 328 B. C. l''
The fluting of a bird woke me, and 'brother' and I might stay here until darkness ahead was lightened, and I Mirrors of glass were first made at Res' o
A glance at the leaves above me showed< her return. She simply jumped at the knew we were approaching the road. Venice In 1300 but were not introduced .
that the dawn was up. bargain-she's gone for petrol and With my right hand upon my pistol, Into England until 1673.

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Alluring'Daytime: Frock Still Drumming Up Church "

With Distinctive Yoke Attendance Dutch TownsAn

OURCOMIC- SECTION attendance drummer has been

newly appointed at Hoogeveen, Holland

to call the people to church.

The old custom of drumming up

church attendance persists there as

in some other Dutch towns. Every

FINNEY OF THE FORCE 0S<2sS:. A Cinch to Sinl Sunday morning and evening, the
drummer marches through the main .

= 1 IllII streets of Hoogeveen, drumming with

OHO! THAT 7UNG t.J t- .all his,might, to let the faithful know

> SCALlMWACrE > IQ V Cl 0C that it Is time to get ready for di-

'1b WlS vine service.
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You can depend
/ FI.=RRY'
I on Ferry's seeds Q
w to
produce 'true -
to/type gndgtialfir "

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live- in any cli-

HERE NOW-HU alE vmY "POMT fez( "BEHAV&fa "mate.How can Fi RRw,
--NONE o' -r..A, ,. 7 -ERSELF 2 OI PAyCLARE \ 'we say this? Because 1 Y
we ,
OIJUP NIC HIMSEL over 50,000 tests FERRY a ;

O'.1Ez' make sure they

1 TANK/ will grow. Over
9,000 tests to make sure of their .

ru quality. And that's just part of

t the; continuous activity at, our

Roohester, Mich., and Salinas, Ca1.,
I stations.: For 80 years this work
: has: progressed improving and

V maintaining the established qualityof
vegetable and flower seeds.

We develop our foundation stockat

the stations. It is then used for \
seed production on our farms,, or 1
yoke of this frock is unusual under our supervision. The resulting "

and a distinctive departure from the seed is sold only after tests

I ,obvious round or squared-off .affair, have shown that it is of proper

because ",It extends out over: the quality and germination. You, can

Western N.w.Dap.rUDloa, shoulders and forms flaring little buy, Ferry.seeds today in your own
-- &.-.I neighborhood many for as little as
caps-caps which conceal two inverted
EC a packet. -,
pleats and which are trans
Write for free of
a our
THE FEATHERHEADS c JLSjgr For Crying Out Loud formed Into lovely loose, raglan Home Garden-Catalog copy to help you
ni' sleeves. The blouse gathers at the
... plan your purchases from the Ferry
yoke and waist In front and back display in your local,stores. Check

WHAT IN rendering fullness and a soft'drape Y the radio programs for our help-

? NtjN--oN, appearance. The twin panels in the .::ful. garden talks over Station _
C ) 'faE uJaRL yo>J HERE ? skirt give you height' and ,the_skirt WSB' 'Ferry-MoBse: Seed Co.,
an added swirl.. Two, huge gathered :, :Detroit and San Francisco. -
pockets In unison with the blouse are

Interesting features and very prac
..... ,. tical. Make a self-fabric belt trimmed i Lend an Ear ,
Opportunity Is always knocking it'ou're
with a diamond shaped buckle and
/h r two harmonizing buttons, :and"notice
1; e how smart and up to the' minute
; I I ,' ,
4)1) r your frock will be.

Barbara Bell Pattern No.. 1832-B

i\; \.. 1 Ugi .Is available In' sizes! ':32/'34, 3G/38, 40; J

\ 42 and 44, and can be procured for I

fifteen cents. Size 36 requires 4%

yards of 35-inch material.

9L' The Barbara Bell Pattern Book I t .

featuring Spring -designs Is ready.

Send fifteen cents today, for your
& copy. Coleman :';

Send your order to The Sewing r .'

Circle Pattern Dept., -.'G7 W. Adams SELF-HEATING ,

ur CT M'Ti tJN1B-- BUTHOWGDME i THOUGHT St., Chicago, Ill. The Coleman is gen- I RON ,;

WMAT \ \ "feViNCs-, To FiX I DID '-r E Bell Syndicate.-WXU service. nine Instant Lighting Iron. .,j,:
OVER All you have to do is turn a valve strike a match
MAPPENEP'TMAT] \ BROKEN HEAR you AT THE and it lights instantly. You don't have to insert
the match Inside the iron-no burned finger*.
PAME IM THE HELL AND Ct.1S NEIGHBOR'SWHEN The Coleman beats In jiffy;is quickly ready
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foruee..Enere ironing surface is heated with S
STORM d4INPON1-- point the hottest. Maintains its heat even for
IT--J tho fast worker. Entirely self-heating. Operate
for M H PPE'.JED'7 effort,in one-third less time. Be sure yon nest
Iron is the genuine Instant-Lighting Coleman.
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time and labor saver-nothing liko It. The
//'How: do'you.. ,know that girl over Coleman is tho easy way to iron.
1111G SEND POSTCARD tor FREE Fold.r and Full DtUII.
there: Is a telephone operator? THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
f "I said 'hallo' and she d'idnt an- Dept.WU316 TCIchJU.K....; Chicago.m,1
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The Evidence"Is DRESSES, '
your son bright?" ANYTHING :, -

"He ought to be., lIe's burOlng-the- :./t
candle at both ends." 30c40c65c Bottles DRUGGISTS \

And Stay Put All Night TOP AND BOTTOM, THEN _j

"What do you> take as a remedyfor o-, "

we.tern N.wapap.r Ualoa your insomnia?" x

"A glass of wine at regular. inter-
vals." 1c

THAT'S SOMETHING Energetic Self-Reliance MUST BE TRUE "Does that make you sleep?". r rI

"What's your boy Josh doln'' now?" "No; but it makes me content to

"lIe got a job with a big concern In stay awake."-Humorist (London).
town," replied Farmer rntossel.

: "lIadn't been there more'n six weeks
; before he thought he knew more about
the business than the boss." WRlc5L .yls

"I s'pose that was his finish." :
. '_
I "No. He got the boss thlnkln' the :

same way an' he's thlnkin' 'bout takin' THROAT "I love you from the bottom of
Josh '
into partners. my heart. "

V !1( "1 hear' Boggs Isn't making, much A "Why make that distinction, whenit

Put It in Latin nowadays?" rERI3EFQRE is so small that top and bottom .

The doctor was dismissing his maid, "Well, the poor fellow told me himself are identical."
. "Brown has a mighty good memory." and told her "I'm'sorry I. ,.',
,'. : Jane-but I that he wasn't making enough tc ;.
"How do you know?" can only truthfully say in your, reference be taxed." Leftovers ':

"lie borrowed $10 from me a year that you are not at all fond of Tourist (In museum)-What's ,In
:: ago, and he remembered it so well that work!"
here? .
, lie's never asked me for a loan since." "' Galleries -
.:' 'Well, sir, Jane requested hopefully Guide-Remains to be seen, sIr.- '
"Would Crimson Gulch like to have '
"do yer think yer could finda Answers Magazine.
>: S. R. P. Latin name for It?"-Pearson's an art gallery?" j
:. 'Where's your' husband?" asked the Weekly. '" "No,",; answered Bronco Bob. "The "\ '':If! ,..-.

; caller. Gulch feels that It responds too quickly J> J:I
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' "lIe is at the lodge," said Henrietta. In Need of One to any stranger who says 'Stick 'em ; : .WR.IGLIEY'S ,f.
t' "What lodge?" up' What the Gulch wants Is a shoot- .v ,
Sonny no--Sa; dad, are there any "":: I. >
;! "They call it the Society for the lle5val plumbers in heaven? in' gallery." ... : I' .j
\ of Puritanism. Dad-I rather think not, my son. ,
"That sounds elevating and noble., What made you ask such a funny peed t. Tie PERFECT GUMr 'j
Tin not sure. Some of those Puritan question?
Poloulus-Son, are you considerateof
laws forbade a man to kiss his wifeon Sonny nO.hought there
; couldn'tbe your elders? .
Sunday or to beat her with a stick;: because the sky leaks
so much. Laertes try to be. But I .can'l.,
thicker than his finger." '
Pathfinder Magazine., keep up with 'em, dada .'




Co. Redelshcimer and Marianne Jones. Janie Brantley, Gloria' McDuffie!'nurse made an examination of the Catches Two SixPoundBass

Standard Dredging Spelling Honor Roll-Eric Belcher Elbert Hooker" and James Howard. ,. children in the elementary grades

Loses 8th Man SundayThe Lawrence Guthrie,' Billy Perry, Spelling Honor Roll- Irene this week. :Miss Orr ,will conduct a On Single Cast
Marianne Jones and Mauryne Prew Neighbors, Albert Busbin, Beatrice, health class for the high school girls .' '

jinx: which seems to b.e banging itt. Pratt, Nettie Pearl Norton, Elbert and, any mothers who are interested. ,

over the Standard Dredging Fifth Grade News- Hooker. Sports- (Moore Haven Democrat).

Company, contractors on a portionof The fifth grade presented the cha- Sixth Grade -Honor Roll-' 'Coach Clark and his boys suffered -, Liberty Point Fish Camp_comes in

the Caloosahatchce work,' seem'sto pel .program last Friday. The follow- Eleanor Selee, John Bethea and defeat Friday night in Fort My-i I for its place In the, spotlight this
be following them in spite of ev- ing numbers were given:,' Hager Lowe. ers. The score, Fort Myers Junior I week with the hest of the week's
effort to conduct the work as Bible Story. High 43; Clewiston, 13. This 'defeat fish stories; and J. L. Tlndale, 'own
safely as possible, the total numberof Prayer.. !Seventh Grade Honor Roll- I was due to the lack of practice.For er and manager of the camp Is au-

men killed on their jobs duringthe Song, Home On The Range, Fifth Renee Wethington, Margaret Vou- two weeks there had not beena thority for the following:
past two months running to eight Grade boys. ( Mach, Barbara -Ann Smith and Julia practice due to 'other school func- J. F. McClure, formerly with the
with the drowning of a Moore Haven A singing contest Fifth Grade. Ann Oglesby. tions and bad weather. Ed Clark U. S. Engineers at Clewiston and

negro, Walter Hall, a member of. boys vs. Fifth Grade girls. High School News-- was high point man, making 10 of I now stationed at Ocala, spent the

their blasting; crew near Olga Sun-i Play-"The Mysterious Guest",i On Tuesday Capt. E. A. Salisbury, the thirteen points. "Rabbit" Rob- week-end here ,visiting friends and

day afternoon. I Beatrice Pratt, Irene Neighbors, a world traveler who has circuitedthe erts made the remaining three I fishing and arrived at the Liberty

Hall was on the edge of the river tie Pearl Norton, Janie Net-j globe eight times, made a very points. The team goes to Boca Point camp bright and early Sunday

.. and with the crew was returning I I Kitchen Band Drill by interesting talk on his journeys to Grande Thursday and practices are morning for 'a fishing trip. Mr. Tins-

from a spot where they had just setoff I Leiter, Sonny Vaughn, Elbert Hooker Abysinnia in the past year. Captain scheduled for Tuesday and Wednes- dale said he had been gone, with his

a charge of dynamite. Out a I I Charlie Ivey, Paul Schuck, leader Salisbury, an ex-naval captain, has day nights. We are to work hard and guide, less than twenty minutes,
few feet from the shore he saw a I Pearl Bembry, Mary Mathis, been in parts of the world in whichno prepare_to win from the Boca Grande when he returned bringing with him
large fish floating and swam' out to I I Gloria McDuffie, Elizabeth W'1nn. other white man has ever dared boys. three large bass. Mr. Tindale said he

get it. He seized the fish and start-:: Song, A New John' Brown, by the penetrate. Eighth Grade Honor ,Roll- ,weighed the fish, two of whichi

ed swimming back to shore when he I i class. I Dick Patterson, J. D. Hooker,i weighed six pounds each and the
went under. Another negro, Jake Fifth Grade Honor Roll- Miss Mary Orr, registered county j other four pounds and Mr..McLure
I i Maxine: Doty, Hervey Bourne, Mary
Watkins, went to his rescue but I I { stated that he had caught them 'on

could not handle him and to save I Warren. i 'I j two casts. the two six pounders on .
and swim J. D. Hooker is the student his first and the four
himself had to give up NOTICEThe "\: only cast pounder
ashore. Another negro, C. Williams, I in the Clewiston High School who' on the next. The guide corroborated -
finally dove for him and broughthim has a' straight average of "A" and his story and they said they had
out. Artificial respirfation was following report prepared by Ernst & Ernst, Accountants and has been neither absent or tardy. returned to camp at once "so that

tried without result and the Fort Auditors.. is published for the information of all concerned:.. Ninth Grade Honor Roll- they could prove their statement.Mr. .
Department pulmotorsent McLure at one time inter-
Myers was
> : February 12; 1936. Billie Hooker, Bill Owen, Ivan '
It within half an hour ested in the Liberty Point but
for. came CITY OF CLEWISTON, Cowan, George Smith, Violet Bethea. camp
but nothing could be done for the CLEWISTON, FLORIDA. sold his interest to Mr. Tindale. ,
Tenth Grade Honor Roll
I Several other parties were out ,
man.At Boca Grande on the same day, We have made an examination of the Statement of Assets and Liabili- Gladys Willis, Dorothy Bethea.. 'over the week-end from Arcadia, ,
as Eleventh Grade Honor Roll
man was killed on the Company'stransport Fort Myers ,and Miami and all reported -
a close of business September 30, 1935 and of the Statement of Revenue and
boat "Chippewa" 'whichwas Ethel Willis Louise unusual luck, some. of the
Bussey, Bob I
Expenditures from January 1, 1935 to September 30, 1935. In connection
loading some pipe for the therewith, we examined or' tested the accounting records of the City and Patterson and Dorothy Brown. group catches totalling seventy-five.
dredge "Tampa" which recently arrived other supporting data, and obtained information and explanations from : Twelfth Grade Honor Roll- I pounds or better. *

in Fort Myers from South Car- officials; we also made a general review' of the operating and income accounts -:1 Katherine Wiandt, Vincent Ogles
olina. He was crushed when one of for the period under review. by and Florine Moore. 'I READ'THE ADVERTISEMENTS
the pieces of pipe swung around and In our opinion, based upon our examination, the accompanying State- I
caught him against some object on ment' of Assets and Liabilities and Statement of Revenue and Expenditures

fairly'present the financial position of the City at September 30, 1935, and I. . . . . . . . I
the deck. the operating results from January 1, 1935 to the close of business September NNN.. .NNNNNNNN. . .NNNNNNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNPLAN. ." . . . . ." . . ......
One white man and one other ne- 30, 1935. :

loosahatchee gro have been job drowned since it was on the started Ca- ERNST & ERNST. TO SEE THE S S :::_!:= '

and just before leaving Southport, ,'. + X
:%: ': ':< :- ;-
S. Carolina, where she was workingon OF CLEWISTON-CLEWISTON, FLORIDA -r' '.
the Intracoastal canal, the Tampa As of the close of business September 30, 1935. t' < t. .
lost four men by drowning. These SUN

men were not at work but had gone .%. .' .Y.
ashore in a small boat. On their way / ASSETS : %
CASH :;: ,< :::
back the bay to the dredge ,
across On Deposit ..................................... ,. .-.;;S. .. < -- : ,. $ 413.00 y .
that night the boat sank and all four .. ,:.-.. .. ":..': '", :: -
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE :', k -. ., ,. .... : J f ; ::
of the were drowned.So 't ':;M.- .
men Unpaid Rents :: Jf-J&- 10.00 '
fatal accidents seems to ."'"1...... .' :;: -J << :
many UNPAID TAXES '*. : %. .. '.... t; ,.'. DANCE .%.
be attributed to only tough luck be- 1934: Assessment .............................. .'.,,c '- '., .. : 20.72 Y% ; ,
cause Safety ;Engineers report that I TAX CERTIFICATES ; : ':; V .

the company is very strict in their 1934 '.'?........."...._.................:............ $ 1342.66 ,. 4. .: :;: .: ;: ::

observance of all safety rules. 1933 ,. .;............,.................:.............. 942.52 :.; .r., :' .. %
1932 .-..:,........._.................................. 1,404.50 .--i"'i'*. ."'.". 3,689.68 .;. '" ...s.Y ..

Groins To BeContinued <' ::: '" I .. .s.

EQUIPMENT (Valued at Cost) 7-- :*: Pageants- \rades-Fireworks :=!;: t

( from page 1) Fire Truck, Mower, Tractor, Fire ". o ...

and as yet no certain method has Hydrants and Miscellaneous ._ ". :%: Cast 500 Persons ,_*:
Equipment .................................. $ 4,016.30 ;: of in
been decided but of the
upon Less: Allowance for Depreciation I 1,155,57 2,860.73 .:.
most feasible methods seems to be %
.:.. ., .
; (
tne dredging of heavy material from "-' $ : 6,994.13 ::_:. vS'UN WORSHIPPERS"SEMINOLE ::

the bottom of the present canal, '.; '..:. v
building up the lakeward slope to a LIABILITIES ,'*
very gradual incline and pumpingin ACCOUNTS PAYABLE : 3 BIG STATE BAND ::

a flat berm to take up the wave. For-Purchases, Expenses, etc. $ 516.08 :: VILLAGE DAYS CONTEST j::
action from the lake. For Unpaid Salaries ...................... 250.00 $ 766.08 i:
:,i '- .s"y + '
'li, ; ;. -- :;
School Board- Unappropriated BalanceSeptember ., '<" : .:'. West Palm Beach .

30,.. 1935 ...............................' -;./,... "'. : .' 6,228.05
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(Continued from page 1) '.
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only able to run for a full eight i $ 6,994:13NOTE I _:;: MARCH 17-18-19 '::

months by securing federal aid for :; IV y
the payment of teachers. This fed- ( ) This Statement is subject to' the comments contained in 'our,accompanying V y

eral aid has been withdrawn tkis letter.STATEMENT. .
year and even with the increased '.i,' : .N N N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N N:N M:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:H:N:ti N:N:N N N.*..H>.>.>.;>

state appropriation there is not >

enough to make ends meet. OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES
All members present at the meet- CITY OF CLE'W1STON-CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
,I 'From January 1, 1935 to September 30, 1935.
ing, Drew Hampton, of LaBelle, Jim
Security THEGROCERY Security
Mattox, of Felda and M. E. Von (
Mach of Clewiston, as well as Coun- '- -
; j '- Band B
ty Superintendent Stallings, his sec- Occupational Licenses .................. $ 173.00 I Quality Quality

retary, S. A. Graves, and the attorney Rentals : -_.:..................................... 85.00 .
for the board, Louis O, Gravely: Interest Received ......................... 66.35 I Feeds
Redemption: Fees .......................... 30.00 ", I CO. Feeds'i
Miscellaneous .............;.................. 38.27 ..,; $ 392.62 '
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'"J ..
Clewiston School News EXPENDITURES V\ -.' "' ?
Office Expense .............................. $ 1,344.39 .;;:>"- '
Street Lighting .............................. 1,507.13 = "''? A Full Line of Feeds, Cut Worm Bait and
Legal and Publications ............;..... 522.00 >M :,: .
Florine Moore, Editor Police -......, ................................... 527.30 ",. _. :' '
: f ., Poultry Supplies.
Maintenance Streets and Bridges.. 2,111.76 __ _.;, ': ,, ,: .
Louise Bussey, Associate Editor Cutting "Weeds .............................. 1,282.87 "' : \ S
Maintenance Parks and Parkways 1,773.75 :::" -
Bob Patterson
Sports Editor Garbage,and. Sanitation .... ........... 244.18',
Maintenance and Operation: of : ,. I *
: Scratch Feed Whole Corn
Equipment I.................................. 2,459.28 _
First Grade Honor Roll- Discounts Allowed ........................ 13.10 -
Jo Ann Crouch, Faith Mitchell, Cash Short .:.................................. .56 Egg Mash
, :Mary Louise Thomas, Peggy Lawler, Depreciation '..............................-... 598.94 12,385.26
I& and Junior McCracken.The .
first grade is EXCESS EXPENDITURES OVER REVENUE ..........$ 11,992.64
making a very Cracked Corn Growing Mash
> Interesting study of Holland this ,
!L. month. (NOTE) Inthe preparation of this Statement, no provision has been made

Second Grade Honor Roll- for the. taxes levied for the fiscal, year beginning October 1, 1935.: Shorts

. Caroline Selee, Nora Oglesby,
Joyce Bullen and Dalton Carr. I

Spelling Honor Roll{-Nora Ogles- SURPLUS Broiler, Mash Wheat Bran
by, Dalton Carr, Marie Moltz, Wilma
September 30, 1935.
Tengle, Shirley Moon, Caroline So- .
lee, James Smith, James Ricks, Mar- I I Chick Starter

garet Van de Velde, David- Belcher BALANCE-December 31, 1934, as I ,

: and Junior Ivey. shown in. pur previous report.... $ 18,220.69 J i Rice Bran Chick Grit
Third Grade Honor Roll- OPERATIONS .: I
Willie Smith William Willis, La- Expenditures for the period from I i

Deen Peters, Christine' Redish, Sue January 1, 1935 to September 30, Beet .
VonMach. 1935 ................................................ $ 12,385.26 '. i Pulp
Revenues for the period from January -__ ". I I II
Spelling Honor
Roll-Christine 1, 1935 to September 30, 1935 392.62 I
Redish, Marilyn Davis, William Willis % 11,992.64// Ask, for literature on how ,to produce for

: LaDeen Peters, Parmelia Bourne, SURPLUS- September 30, .
this ....... $ 6,228.05M.
Nicky Schiffli, Lewis _Blount'and 1935.: as; shpwn by report. -
V,: 1 profit. '
Ralph Silva. I ,.
Fourth Grade Honor Roll- W. BIGG, Treasurer, iI -r--- :
City of Clewiston.
Eric Beleher. Billy Perry, Billy -

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