The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00594
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00594
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1;', Alston Will Build New First Work Started j Preparations Are Made 1

,',' On Recreation Center

:,f' : Business Building Here I First real work on C viston's I For WPA Concert Friday '

new recreation center was started !)I r, :
(r -I II this week with preliminary clean-up i,! 0 .',:!

rNEW'; BUILDING WILL BEAT work being done in preparation for : Lowe On Trial For CONCERT ORCHESTRA WILL ,
intensive construction
I It an program

STREET AND HIGHWAYIn I i I Get A. A. ,A. Benefits as soon as labor is available. Ma-I I Murder of Adkinson I CIVIC PARK ,;

terials have all been received, the I '
: a real estate transaction the of I I I Plans are well underway for the ,
of the first
car cement arriving i
first of the week, D. G. Alston acquired -I I I Florida's sugar" industry, most tofI I II this week and the only hold-up to II J. C. Lowe, of Gardner, went entertainment of the West Palm .,':

,',,' a strip of property facing I I I which is centered in Palm Beach and actual construction has been scarcityof I on trial for his life Tuesday at Wau-I I Beach Concert Orchestra which will .-::
feet 25 and
twenty-five on Highway ,
I[ Hendry counties, will receive benefits labor. chula in Hardee county circuit I give a concert in the civic park next ::
running back 110 feet to the alleyat
I Ij under the AAA soil conservation John H. Doty has been put in charged with the murder of E. D. II i Friday night under the auspices of :
the Postoffice along Bond Street I I
and expects to 'start construction of program, if a way can be found to :. charge of the construction and has Adkinson, _a mechanic in the shops I the Clewiston, American' Legion Post.
Y accomplish this, according to MarcelJ. been working the only three eligible of the U. S. Sugar Corporation, on ,i Work will be started the first of the
a within new store the building on the property Vorhees, of Washington\ who is men for the ,job most of this week. I' the 4th or 5th of July. The case was week on the enlargement the ; .;\
here making a study of the situa- Efforts are being made to get more ,scheduled to be concluded today and stage in the park to accomodate the

Although definite construction I workers to register and it is felt go to the jury tonight. twenty musicians and their director

plans have not been made. tentative tion.Mr.. Vorhees, who holds the po- that there will be several more men Grady Burton, a candidate for governor and seats will be hauled and placedin
plans call for a one-story tile structure available next week.
sition of senior agricultural agron- in the June primaries is pros- the park in order to accomodatethe
which will cover the entire. omist in the Agricultural Adjustment ecuting the case and has built up a great crowd which is expectedto

r." plot of ground, 25 x 110 feet. In the 1 Administration, was accompanied strong case of circumstantial evi- attend. '3

main room which will be 85 x 25 to West Palm Beach by W. JOHN ELMORE WINS dence against the accused man. Ina
( The program tentatively arrangedis
Mr. Alston is planning on putting in
J D. Curtis, junior administrative as- night session Wednesday night he
as follows:
a thoroughly modern soda fountain sistant in the AAA; R. S. Dennis of attempted to show that Lowe and
confectionery and gift shop with' Introduction, Jay W. Moran, Post
the Florida Agricultural Extension FIRST PLACE IN Adkinson left Clewiston together
complete luncheonette service with I Service and Dr. R. V. Allison, representing headed for Wauchula. The evidence I Commander, American Legion
probable other things to be added Post No. 93.
the Soil Conservation Bureauof showed that Lowe used Adkinson'scar

as details are more complete., A the Department of Agriculture.Dr. FISHING CONTEST on a two day joy ride with an-I I Address, Mayor F. Deane Duff.

corner entrance will be provided at Allison accompanied the party other youth from Gardner and two Quartette number, by Community

the corner of Bond Street and High- in an advisory capacity, due to his --- girl companions and these three tes-I Church Quartette "The Heaven's

way 25 with a side entrance at some familiarity with Everglades condi- John Elmore, with a bass weigh tified that he spent about eighty dollars Resound"-Beethoven.

point along Bond Street. Full plate tions, obtained while director of the ing eight pounds and fourteen on the trip. While in Clewistonfor Orchestra:
glass windows will furnish plentyof ounces walked off with first placeIn
Everglades Experiment Station at a few weeks, ostensiblylookingfor "Italians In Algeria"-Overture-
display space along both streets. Belle Glade. this summer's fishing contest work, he is reported to have had Rossini. _
Another room 25 by 25 next to sponsored by the hardware depart-
Mr. Vorhees said the group ex- no money and begged cigarette money "Bridal Path", Intermezzo-Lang-
the postoffice will be rented for some ment of the Clewiston Supply Com- from friends.
pects to confer with representativesof ford.
other business. Construction is expected pany. C. D. Beatty with a seven
the United States Sugar Corporation Adkinson is reported to have had "Vision of Salome"-Characteri3tic
to start the latter part of pounder carried off second honors
while here in an effort to work considerable money In his pocket -Lampe. '
this month or the first of 'October. and Bob Mathis (colored third
) was
out a plan of benefit payments that when he was last seen in Clewiston "Hungarian No. 6"-Brahms.
The present store, several blocks)i will meet AAA conditions. The soil with a bass weighing, six pounds and on the night 'of July 4th. His body "Alita" Morceau-Losey.
east on the highway will, be kept fourteen ounces. The first and third
conservation program, as applied to was found a few days later in Char- Quartette Numbers<-7-"Spacious Fir-
open! primarily as a drug store. prize fish were caught on consecu- ley Creek near Wauchula with bullet -
corn, wheat, cotton and other field mament"Haydn ijnd( "UnfoldYe
crops will not fit the sugar industryin tive days, Mr. Elmore taking his on holes through his head. Portals"GounodCommun-
BOY SCOUT TROOP WILL July 13 and Bob's was caught on .
One of the girl companions of
he explained.
ity Church Singers. ,
T-iE RE-ORGANIZED SOON the 14th. Mr. made his catchon .
Beatty Lowp/on the joy ride testified! that
Any decision reached by the gov-I Orchestra: ,
ernment experts will be incorporatedin May 17.% Lowe refused to allow one of the "Lustpiel Overture"Keler Bela. -
The American Legion, sponsorsof recommendations to the Agricultural -! The contest opened the first of couples to ride In the rumble seat of "Butterfly Dance" CapriceFrey."Mlle. \
the local Boy Scout troop, discussed May and closed last Saturday nightat
Adjustment Administration ati i the car and made all four ride in Modiste," Selection-Herbert.
.. the matter at a recent meeting 9:30. There were thirty fish en-
the front seat. Officers found bloodin
Washington, Mr. Vorhees said. i "Dew Drops, IntermezzoArmStrong. -
and decided that after the first ,
soon ranging in size from three anda
the rumble seat with only clumsy
Dr. Allison is a member of the .
'lJf school the troop should be re- half pounds to the first
r- efforts at removal. The body of the
committee appointed by ,the secre- ; "Hungarian Fantasia"Tobani.. .
organized and restored ,to its
/ weight. Most of those registered,
tary of agriculture to make a murdered man is believed to have
For several months there surveyof I This concert orchestra under the
i were in the five and six pound class.
the Everglades for the purpose of been hauled in the rumble seat from '
has been no one to act as scoutmaster There were ninety-six entrants in 1 direction of Geo. Hulme is sponsored -
:recommending a general plan of re- ,where he was killed .to_ where the [ ,
activity by the Works Progress Adminis-
and during that period troop the contest. ;
clamation to the Federal body was dumped off a bridge into
has been dormant.. govern- Mr.. Elmore will receive $15.00 the creek. i I tration, not only to provide employ-
on Page
However it is anticipated that a 8) worth of ,tackle-a Pflueger Knobby ment for professional musicians but

new scoutmaster will be available -J reel True-Temper rod and a Semin- to create an interest in better mu-
within a short time and with the aid ANNIVERSARY OF DEDICATION ole line. Mr. Beatty will receive RESURFACED WITH. *' CONCRETE sic among the people of the nation.
of R. Y. Patterson, local memberof tackle valued at $9.95-a Pflueger Seldom is it the lot of a smaller town

,the Royal Palm Scout Council Akron reel, steel rod and Seminole to secure the services of an orchestra
The school board is making
county -
and H. O. Kight of Fort Myers, Lake Harbor will celebrate the line while Bob Mathis will receivea such as this and it is believed that

scout executive, the troop will soon first anniversary of the dedication Pflueger Trump reel and a silk arrangements to, have the bas- everyone in Clewiston and surrounding -

be restored to its!? normal activity. of their church with special services!! line. ketball court at the school grounds communities interested in really
I good music will plan to attend
Sunday morning. The lewiston| resurfaced with a three-inch layerof -

DAllY GIRL DIES IN Community Church Choir- will give j jseveral School Students Asked re-inforced concrete prior to the The district' supervisor of this
:MIAMI: HOSPITAL SUNDAY I musical project, Albert B. Wilson,
numbers and Rev. Headen opening of school and are receiving
was here Tuesday and in a confer-
Sally Ann Musgrave, fourmonthsold supply pastor of the local church [I To Register Next Week assistance in the work from R. Y. ence with M. E. VonMach of the

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. will preach the sermon. A basket' Patterson whojs furnishing some of county planning board stated that

Musgrave died Sunday night in the dinner will be held on the grounds Prof. B. E. Herring has asked the material for the work. his office was delighted in the interest -

Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami I following the services. that all students in the three upper The court, when complete, will be shown by Clewiston in secur- -

with pneumonia. I At the night services here there high school grades register jn his forty-five by ninety feet with a ing the orchestra and that if suffi-

The baby was born on May 8 and will be a special musical program office next week, in order that classes three-foot margin around the court cient interest were shown that ef- "

is said to have been -in rather poor with several numbers by the choir may be made up and the term making the over-all dimensions 51 x forts would be made to have a forty

health since birth. Becoming sud-i including the anthem, "Spacious work started off smoothly with the 96. The concrete is being mixed ina piece orchestra from Miami here

denly very ill Sunday she was rush- I Firmament" by Haydn. In addition opening of school. This registrationis one-two-four mix of sand, cinders during the winter with a possibility-

ed to Miami ,but nothing ,could be there will be several congregational particularly important for the and cement which will, it is believed, that other communities might be

done to save her life. She was buried -. l hymns with a short sermon by Juniors and Seniors. give a smooth, durable surface. sufficiently interested to defray a' -

Monday in Memorial Cemetery in Rev, Headen.On Prof. Herring will ,be in his of- The playground equipment at the portion of the expenses and have

r Miami. the following Sunday eveningthe fice at the schoolhouse from 8:30to school is all undergoing repair and concerts in all of the communitiesin

d She is survived by her parents and choir has arranged a program 10:30 on :Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday reconditioning for the coming school this part of the Everglades sec-
one brother, Edward Eugene. six 'term.
Q' of numbers by Mendelssohn. and Thursday mornings of I tion.

next week to accept these registra-

tions and the students are, urged to

To Be Built take care of this matter as soon as
TeBridge Di' Allison On -
possible and tell all others they Speaks .

know to do so.BREAKS .

Across Industrial Canal ,: -ARM--IN--FALL Muck Soil Conservation .

Mrs. J. W' Moore had the misfortune -
-- to break her arm just above

J. E. Edwards, district mainten-I II the county with the Clewiston Com the wrist last Sunday afternoon Dr. R. V. Allison, formerly in been allowed to proceed uncheckedto
when she fell down the at the I '
ance superintendent of : pany and the Atlantic Coast Line steps charge of the Everglades Experimental complete ruination of fertile .
I home of her father T. M. Coburn in
was here this morning on businessand :! II railway participating in paying for I Station at Belle Glade and areas. The valley of the Nile, he said
stated that work would beginin I the lift span. The bridge was builtin LaBelle. The broken bone was set 'now working with the federal government had retained its fertility by the ,rob-

about twenty days on the con I 1928 and was intended for use at once and is doing nicely. i on the Soil Conservation bing of the adjacent slopes of all

struction of a new drawbridge across only as a temporary structure, it BENEFIT CARD PARTY II Board was the guest speaker at the I fertile soil.Going .

the Industrial Canal to replace the I I being generally thought at that timei I regular meeting of the Kiwanis I into the work of soil conservation -

narrow offset bridge which has been i that the road department would The Ladies Aid of the Community -I Club last Wednesday night and his In the Everglades, he told of

in use for so. many years. I j I build a permanent bridge within a Church will hold a benefit card address on the conservation of Everglades the efforts that had been made by ,

The structure will cost approxi-j I I few months. For that reason it was party at the Clewiston Inn next Soil was a most interestingone. I Congressmen Wilcox and Peterson,

mately $2,500 and will be bya I! set on an offset to the road grade Thursday afternoon to which every I by Ben Herr of the Okeechobee .

road department crew. It will bei,iso that it, could be used as a detour l lady of the community is cordially In starting, Dr. Allison explained 1 Flood Control District and R. Y. Patterson -

entirely of( timber construction with J bridge and not force traffic to be invited. Proceeds will go into the I I the work: of his department and how ;I and H. A. Bestor of the United -

t' (1 the exception of the steel beams on I;! routed through Hooker's: Point dur- general fund of the dhurch for I; it was originally intended to' work : States Sugar Corporation to have

the lift span, which span will be a- ing the construction period. However church work. with soil erosion, being known as |!' the government undertake this work.
bout twenfy-five feet In length. The !'
V the permanent bridge has never There will be an admission chargeof the Soil Erosion Board. It was soon I He told of a meeting which had
bridge will have a twenty foot road .been built and the old structure has 35 cents and play will begin discovered, however, that they were been held in Washington; and of how

way which will give ample" room I been a great menace since traffic has promptly at 2:30. Tables will hoI handicapped in their work by this!!' this group had succeeded in securinga

for two cars to pass and will be constructed become so much heavier, a portion rvailable for any kind of card games title and the name was changed to promise that the ConservationBoard

north of the present struc-!: of the bridge having given away just I that anyone wishes to play with the Soil Conservation Bureau with I would undertake, this survey'

ture a few feet in order that there recently beneath. a loaded gasoline bridge, probably the most popular. much broader powers. j I| within a short time.
will be a straight approach to the
I truck. Refreshments will be served. He explained the erosion work inl|I Soil conservation in the Everglades -
bridge from either side instead of i| The original draw span was put in i various parts of the county and itsj:i Dr. Allison said, will require
present jog. The present struc- for the convenience of the A. C. L., I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoder and effect, not only on farming conch: a very comprehensive program, there

ture may be used as a detour bridge! who have their freight depot on the daughter, Wanda Fayc, and Mrs. tions at the present time but its ultimate '[ being no condition like it in the

'," during construction which will be* south side of the bridge with load- Cecile Brooks and son, Billy, of effect on civilization as al' countrr' From his own experiencein

about 'five weeks. ing dock for produce received by i Moore Haven visited friends hereWednesday I whole giving as examples various ,' the 'glades and the experlmenta-

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News Review of Current IMPROVED


WEEK Events the World Over SUNDAY I I"like"" the trimming" .

of the world

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. The .sunset-colored
Honor Dead at Vimy Dean of the Moody Bible Institute

Spanish War Pitiless Russian Conspirators Against Stalin Plead Guilty' -Italy Western of Newspaper ChIcago Union. skies

Russia Aids Loyalists And night time. dl
Hitler Watches Spain and France Sparring Over SpainRooseveltPrimed
Lesson for September 6 spangled
The dedication of the magnificentwar for Drouth Area Tour.
monument designed Ca- Withfireflies.stirs and
nadian artist, recently
unveiledby WESSON TEXT-Acts 14:8-13, 19, 20; 9!1CC"'H':'
;, the king of Western Newspaper Union. Romans 10:8-15
England in mem- GOLDEN TEXT-I have set thee fora
ory of the Cana- SIXTEEN men, arraigned in Mos- tuguese border, at the point of the light of the Gentiles/ that thou
dian soldiers that cow on charges of plotting the bayonet, and were reported to have shouldest be for salvation unto the
uttermost part of the earth. Acts 13:47.
assassination of Dictator Josef
fell at Vimy executed 1,500 government adher- PRIMARY TOPIC-What Happened In
Ridge, is impor- Stalin and the seizure of power in ents taken there. The rebels also Lystra.

tant to all our the Soviet republic, reported a victory near Zaragozaafter JUNIOR TOPIC- When the Gospel WNU Service.The .
friends north of c a 1 m 1 y'pleaded a bloody battle. General Came to Lystra.INTERMEDIATE.
in guilty. Two of them, Franco met General Mola anc"President" AND SENIOR TOP-
the boundary IC-Trials and .
of Mission- .
Triumphs .
e-s e w--
Zinovievand :: .re + .IT W I
Canada. It will Gregory Virgilio Cabanellas at Aries.

interest, also, all Leo Kamenev, the northern rebel headquarters in YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC

Americans that were members with Burgos and planned for further ad- -Christianity Facing Other Religions. Mind By
sent abroadin Stalin 13 years ago vances of their southern and north-
were The of the first mis- LOWELLHENDERSON
famous of a triumviratethat ern columns on Madrid. progress
that; _. < governed Rus- sionary journey into gentile terri- Meter
Arthur Brisbane fight had nothing sia and are well CATALONIA, which for four years tory had brought Paul and Bar-
we nabas from Cyprus to Antioch of Bell Syndicate.WNU Service.
the outside
known to an autonomous region
lose our
except our men
world. The confes- I' within the Pisidia in Asia Minor, where Paul
money. American soldiers, who Spanish state, and which a _.a_.
liked the Canadian and Australian, sions did not end has been supporting the Madrid preached with great power. .Persecution -

troops better than any others they Gregory the trial, for the deZmovlcv government against the Fascist reb- by leading Jews then led The Completion Test .

met, according to statements made Pendants contradicted els, sees in the present conditions them to go on to Iconium where In this test eight incomplete
and accused another until the they tarried for a long time preach-
the one opportunity to establish its full statements made.
by ,many, testify to courage are Each one
with which the colonial Englishmen the case was in a jumble. Someof independence. The generalitat or ing "the word of grace" in the can be completed by adding.one

fought at Vimy Ridge and else- them, like Zinoviev, proudly accepted government council decreed confis- face of many difficulties. Next of the four suggestions given.

where. responsibility for the plot, cation of all private property; they came to Lystra, in which city Underline the correct one.

which was said to have been engi- and then, "to eliminate dual'con- we consider first the experiencesof 1. The most populous

neered by ute exiled Leon Trotzky.It trol and place all responsibility in countryof
Statistics of the show that South America is-Argentina
war was believed all sixteen would one place," all magistrates, judgesand I. The Messengers (Acts 14:8-: ,
on the side of the allies, the per- Chile, Brazil, Paraguay.
face the firing squad. others appointed by the Madrid 13, 19, 20).
2. The
of death leading
centage was higher among corn producingstate
Twelve and wom- They faced
more men one government were relieved of their were immediately
the Canadians than oth- is Nebraska
among any Iowa, In-
an, the government announced, duties. The council also announcedit with the case; of a man crippled
involved the Illinois.
er troops excepting ,
held for examination and from birth
were would act henceforth in complete outwardly hopeless,
French themselves who at 3. "La Tosca"
fought probable trial. Some of these were independence in maintaining order. but having that inward faith which was composedby

their own homes.own frontiers to defend their involved by the confessions of the The Catalonian decree promulgated Paul at 'once recognized. He Liszt.- Verdi, Puccini, Beethoven,

sixteen conspirators.In plans for a single tax and speedy speaks, and God works in mighty
Sixty thousand Canadians lie bur- 4. The popular name for Nebraskans -
the case on trial the defend- suppression of multiple taxation. 1. Power (vv. 8-10).
ied, each one an "unknown soldier ants revealed the fact that not only The basis fqr the new tax plan, although Faith releases the unlimited is-Wolverines, Gophers,
around that great monument.The were they plotting the assassinationof undecided was presumedto power of an infinite God. It did Corn Huskers, Hawkeyes.

king of England, after a long Stalin and four others, but be income, not land, as the large in Lystra almost nineteen hundred 5. The sixteenth President of

and really admirable speech of ap- planned also to betray Trotzky and agricultural properties are to be years ago. It does today wherevermen the United States was Grant,

preciation, lowered the flags that place Zinoviev and Xamenev in supreme collectivized. believe God. The miracle of Tyler, Buchanan, Lincoln.

hid the monument which, as he power. healing which took place createda 6. The River Jordan flows into

said, will forever honor the cour- Trotzky, at Hoenefoss, Norway, PREPARATIONS for President sensation which resulted in great the-Gulf of Ob, Bering sea, Dead

age of the Canadians. scoffed at the Moscow proceedingsas r, Roosevelt's trip through the 2. Popularity (vv. 11-13))., sea, Indian ocean.

"humbug." "For political ven- drouth region of the Middle West The heathen people were lookingfor 7. "Childe Harold" was writtenby

The war that killed so many mil- geance," he said, "the trial puts were practically completed and the .an incarnation. of their gods. Robert Burns, Lord Byron,

lions, blowing them to pieces, leav- the Dreyfus scandal and the reich- Chief Executive was supplied with The supreme god in their mytho- William Wordsworth, 'William

ing them to die shattered and agon- stag fire in the shadow. The confes- all the facts and figures needed to logy was Jupiter, and his chief Shakespeare.

izing on the battlefield; suffocating, sions were forced by the ''Ogpu give him a comprehensive 'under- attendant was Mercury. In Paul 8. Columbia is the capital of-

making them insane with the poison (secret police), which gives the accused standing of the situation before and Barnabas they thought they Oregon, South Carolina, North

gas just coming into fashion, a choice between confession starting. This information was fur- saw these two gods, and began to Carolina, West Virginia. -

seemed between 1914 and 1918 as according to the Ogpu's desires and nished mainly by WPA Administrator give them acclaim and, honor. Answers -

horrible as any war could ,be. ,taking lesser penalties or death." Harry Hopkins, who was selected The flesh loves popularity. Few 1. Brazil. 5. ,Lincoln. .;.-

But the civil war, the worst, most to accompany Mr. Roosevelt on temptations are so appealing andso 2. Iowa. 6. Dead sea.

savage, pitiless and ferocious of all PREMIER MUSSOLINI, insisting the tour. Mr. Hopkins told the treacherous to the Christian 3. Puccini. 7. Lord Byron.

wars, now going on in Spain, makes that neutrality in the Spanishwar President that in the drouth area worker as a desire for popularity.Paul 4. Corn Huskers.8.South Carolina.
the big war comparatively mild. must mean absolute noninter- 90,000 persons already are on the and Barnabas might have
vention Italy's air and that the number
suddenly' put WPA payrolls argued that such public esteem
Lord Rothermere's London Daily force of 1,500 war planes in readi- eventually will be 120,000 to 150,000, would help them in their later proc- Costly Trek

; Mail eclipses in the horror of one ness for flight to the aia of the Span- the relief work being continued lamation of the gospel. Or they The most spectacular and
r. ish '''rebels if France would not the winter. At this time the
published statement all stories of through might have fallen into the specious costly trek in history took place -
,f. horror in the war and goes beyond abandon her support of the Madrid 'cost per man is about $50 a month. fallacy of -those who say that the between 1922 and 1924 when 500-

t ,anything that could possibly be be- regime. Estimates of the amount of mon- approach to the heathen is by way I 000 Moslem Turks in Greece and
::' 'lieved. News of this stirred the People's ey deemed necessary to meet the Christian
', of an appreciation of- their reli- 1,500,000 Greeks in
When the French the Front government of France to in- situation in the "dust bowl" were
newspaper, gions, and by an adaptation of gos- Turkey were returned, under an
P-: Friend of the People, described dignation. Officials in Paris said if given the President by Secretaryof
pel truth to their philosophies.True exchange agreement, to their respective -
: fighters for Madrid's radical Italy sent arms and munitions to the Treasury Morgenthau and
gov- servants of God like Paul countries. This compul-
. ernment digging up and throwing the irebels in Spain or otherwise Acting Budget Director Daniel Bell.
and Barnabas were not to be mis- sory intermigration took a toll of
;"r from their graves the bodies oft openly aided them, France would -
led into either of these pitfalls. 300,000 ilves through disease and
Catholic nuns, that horror have to abandon her neutral posi- Fascism nor Commu- \
and cost than$100OOO,000.Collier's
They vehemently turn the exposure more
r- beyond belief. tion and help the socialists.For be tolerated in Czech- away

': But Lord Rothermere's a day this situation alarmedthe oslovakia, which is "a firm, inde- false popularity and earnestly urge Weekly.
newspa- the people to "turn from these
". of but structible lighthouse of democracy -
statesmen Europe, soon
per prints the statement that other vanities to the living God." Such
f: nuns ALIVE were seized-three it was stated in both Rome and ," said President
When Women
.. Faithful and self-denying witness to
; of them-their Paris that negotiations for the neu- Eduard Benes in a
clothing saturated the gospel is greatly needed.
Need Cardui
- with gasoline, and burned to death. trality accord were going forward speech at Reichen-
There followed
r. with for satis- But he told at once a star- If to have lost of
The Daily Mail also nicely prospects a berg. you seem some
.:-'. statement that in the quotes the factory agreement that would in- the German minority tling change in the attitude of the your strength you had for your
city of Barcelona
V when the clude botL Italy and Germany. which he was ad- people. The fanatical Gentiles are favorite activities, or foryour housework -
radical forces had joined and stirred and less about
il:' Whether Germany would come in, dressing particularly 1.a H. up by equally care, your
conquered the
ebellious insurgent meals and suffer discomfort
i fanatical Jews who had followedthe severe -
still in doubt. Ber- that he hoped
if inhabitants was ,
"any Catholic priest in at certain times try
I missionaries, and we soon find
;: the city was butchered without mer- lin was further provoked againstthe that in the fall "the Cardui!
ai cy." Madrid government by the stop- Locarno powers will them meeting Thousands and thousands of

ping and search of the German I be able to work outa 3. Persecution (w. 19, 20). women say it has helped them.
t. ---- .
ti., Russia is, according to reliable steamer Kamerun by Spanish war- plan for general ,.. .. .. Fickle and short-lived is popu- By Increasing the appetite, im- '
reports, in constant communication ships off Cadiz. German warshipswere European coopera"Tt: "*"":; larity with men. Let us labor to proving digestion, Cardui helps you

ff{ with the Madrid ordered to protect German tion and that good President please God rather than men. to get nourishment Asstrength
(:.", dio. government by ra- shipping "by all means" and the ighborly relations Benes Paul was stoned and left for returns, unnecessary functional
will be dead. But God had not forgotten aches, pains and nervousness just
Newspapers in German charge d'affairs at Madridwas established between Ger
England, and the seem to .
him. He forsakes his go away.Character's
never own.
more conservative instructed to "protest imme- many and Czechoslovakia. '
' newspapers in I
France, declare that Russia, in ad- diately and in the sharpest form I Leaders of the German minority in 'It is believed by many that even

dition to advising Madrid concern- against the action of the Spanish I Czechoslovakia charge: that unem- while being stoned and near to Corner Stone

ing the immediate civil war and warship. which constituted a violation ployment in their part of the coun- death, Paul was having the expe- Honesty is the corner stone of

i::: helping the Spanish government of all international law." try is greater than anywhere else in rience which no other man ever character.
t the purchase of Spanish bonds is Czechoslovakia-73 unemployed per had, and which he describes in

!: also sending by radio detailed, information DISPATCHES from the French 1,000 population, compared with the II Cor. 12:2-5. Be that as it may,

1': as to the organization in Spanish rebel war- state average of 38 per 1,000. God miraculously brings him to
: Spain of a "Soviet government" ships finally had begun the long They charge that this is partlythe life and full vigor at once, and the UR

f,. similar' to that existing in Russia. threatened bombardment of San---. result of the government's failure messengers go on their way to D 1 'BIACKIEAF40Keeps "

';, Sebastian and Irun, to place orders in German Bo- Derbe. As they continue their / Dogs Away

} France, thanks to the existing al- and that the loyal- hemian factories and failure to give ministry we turn aside for a Get |EvergreensShrubs

,_, liance with Russia resented by ists were carryingout state jobs to members of the Ger- glimpse into one of Paul's epistlesto your 19MUs*1V4 Teaspooirfnl

many of the old-fashioned Frenchmen the threatened man minority. i considerII. peu per Gallon of Spray.

"',.,' ; who ask, "Is Stalin the real- execution 0 f the The Message (Rom. 10:8-15).
ruler of France?"-is under 1,900 Fascist hos- SOIL conservation compliance is to The carrier of a message is important -

:y' from Russia to help the pressure Ma-- tages they were checked by a system of aerial but of far greater importis

; drid government holding there. The photography, if the experimentsnow the message that he carries.

f-:" ..' gents. against the insur- battleship Espana being carried on by the AAA The word which Paul preached, Opening for

r If Spain should become fired a lot of heavy are satisfactory.:: The plan is still and which you and I must teach
really so- shells toward Fort only on trial but several millionsof and if faithful to
:: vietized, Binder the preach we are
;' guidance of Russia acres have already been photo- FEMALE AGENTS
but for
I the Spanish Guadalupe a our calling is "the word of faith.
:. peninsula would be time at least was graphed, it was learned today. So It is the glorious good news that
:. practically a branch
: and
,:.. dency of Soviet Russia at the a depen- apparently not try- virguio far it is "proving cheaper and more "Whosoever shall call upon the Makers of a well known, highly
south- Cabanellas
.. west corner of E- ing to hit that efficient than the usual way ol name of the Lord shall be saved." ethical cosmetic preparation are

<'" Russia, whose planes irope.a have been stronghold because many of their checking farmers' soil conservation Reader, have you called on his seeking female agents, either new

; taking informatior on sympathizers were held prisonersin compliance. name? Have you admitted your or currently engaged in similar
r ing poison gas and the fort. The Guadalupe garrison I need of salvation, and in your work. Highly effective new selling
tories to the nations that building fac- was hesitant in returning the SEVEN minutes of lively fighting earnest desire to be saved have angle makes it a surefire seller

:: to her in central are friendly fire for fear that shells would fall Louis of Detroit once you abandoned every trust in self- in 90% of cases. It will not be

build up a chain of Europe, might on French territory. Already the more on the road to the heavy. righteousness or selfimprovementand necessary to purchase sample merchandise -
:." states too powerful for French government was angeredby weight championship. He made his believed on him in your heartas if satisfactory credit references -
rr even the dictator the dropping of bombs on French come-back by knocking out Jack your personal Saviour? If not, are furnished with letterof
' governments of Italy and Germany border towns it Sharkey, one time title holder in "
Fr and the though was disputed 'Now is the day of salvation. If
remaining "demo- whether from the third round at New York. Tho inquiry.Write
cratic" came loyalistor you have, it is your privilege and today, to
government of Great Biit-
rebel'planes.. Lithuanian sailor from Boston
ain. was your duty to confess him "with
e King Features Syndicate The Fascists captured the important plucky enough but proved no the mouth," telling everywhere by DENTON'S COSMETIC CO.
WNU>Servlct. town of Badajoz, near the Por match for the much younger negro. faithful life and testimony that 4402.23rd St, Long Island City, N.Y.

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Behold! the New Fall Hats Arrive! Richard Wagner a Wise Men Epigrams From -

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ai i Confessed Plagiarist! Chinese Pen of Mark Twain 1
who know
@ f ti: ) By CHERIE NICHOLAS I more about wisdom than
Richard Wagner was born in The radical invents the views. i J
race, designate the
1 ,K.. ..,,;{aa 1813, in Leipzig, where at thir- any When he has worn them out the
wise by combination of the
teen his careen, in music began. conservative 'adopts them. ,
ideographs for wind and light-.
1 Although the greatest composer of There are no grades of vanity;'
ning. Wise with them is not
i his time, he plagiarized. At a rehearsal there are only grades of ability in
. *4 J of "Die Walkure," Wag-' the serene old man bereft of concealing it. '
! said to his father-in-law all his illusions, but he who,
jj ner Truth is mighty and will
Franz Liszt, "Now Poppa, here like the wind, rushes headlong, vail. There is nothing'the matter |
and irresistibly on his 'way,
comes the theme I took from with this, except that it ain't so. '
and cannot be stopped nor laid
you. The time to begin writing an s|
When he stole the wife of Hans hold of in any station of his
article is when you have finishedit .f
;: Von Buelow, the orchestra con- career-who purifiies the air in to your satisfaction. By that i

ductor went to a shooting gal- the manner of lightning and time you begin to clearly and log-
. .., -- then went to Wag- strikes wherever there is need.
" ,' lery, ically perceive what it is that you
F ner's house. A friend dissuadedhim -Hermann Ceyserling. really want to say.-From "Mark -Y

: with the argument, "You Twain's Notebook," edited by Albert
'j'::,.:, can't kill the master." Von Buelow A smile is a sermon. Bigelow Paine. (Harper & ;a
< :....
agreed. Philadelphia Inquirer.
, l : Brothers.) r$Jjj

i +kn n ns' : i

J i} Back to Sail foot improvements schooner, are and some so effective of the Newsboys' Earnings :1

Although within the past hun- that he ,hopes soon to make high According to a report of the International ;'
,. dred years a great many improvements Circulation
speed vessels
-.. sailing a commer- Managers'1
..<,,]> have been made in cial proposition. Tit-Bits, Lon- association, the 570,000 newsboys '
: '
the rig of sailing vessels, there is- don. in the United States earn more : 'r
still considerable leeway to be than $1,500,000 a week. The sur- ''}

made up before they can be con- vey shows that the boys spend >;.

x.,."",.,.....;::,:, sidered perfect in their kind. But Living Tailor's Dummy from 58 minutes to two hours and ',
1 an inventor, Mr. J. M. Hammond, World's strangest job is held by a quarter on their jobs daily and 'J

>"!t"'OX'. is experimenting to prove that Rudolph Nedvidek, of Prague. He the average weekly earning per .:::4
,,t't sailing vessels can be developedto earns his living by standing still. boy is $3.52. .

;i, f', > steamship efficiency.With But it has cost him many hoursof .'
0 $" '' k the aid of tiny models fit- practice to reach his present J!
ted with sails and placed in wind proficiency. He can stand for Righteousness :

tunnels, and the scrutiny of hun- three hours in a shop window or I like life, and I also like right- ,

,dreds of motion picture pho- on a cart being ,drawn throughthe eousness. If I cannot keep the :
tographs, he is detecting age-old streets without moving so two together, I will let life go,

errors. All successful design are much as an eyelid. Rudolph is a and choose righteousness.Mencius. -

tested on Mr. Hammond's 120- living tailor's dummy. .

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THE early fall hats thrill with cocktail costume that you can let r
new silhouettes that yourself go in' the matter of silk 'J

fairly make you gasp with their millinery. Not only are there the

daring. No style is too dizzy, no afore-mentioned bow-trimmed skull .
media too extreme to have place caps in wide profusion but variations ; 4 : 4 : /> ; /
in the smart millinery picture.In of the popular beret are $'

Paris, women of fashion are shown together with unique types O! Es D
wearing tiny skull-cap turbans of such as the model centered below.
black silk velvet that flaunt enor- The back of its tiny crown is of

mous bows at, the side or on the black felt and the front of rust silk

forehead. You will be seeing these velvet draped softly; into an ascending

Dow turbans all over town. point in front a perfect

Intricate manipulation is the keyto complement to your afternoon out- Y.
high style throughout all milli- .
for fall and winter. It is fit.This
nery a will be a season of color.
well-known fact that rich fabric Millinery will more than ever tie
and ingenious manipulation alwaysgo up with colors of the costume. Of +. : .. r:.;: /; ''F i ,':,y ,j'j u +( ...4/ {'$ hand in hand. Which leads us 0 .N ?r.C;n/.2n /,' { d :4'k .Y S{li Crr<:'E:Yr. : ;' :
course black will be in the spot +,sG'''a,' .Yrx.c.
to say that luxurious silk weaves light. A large per cent of French

, are adding big interest to hats appearing wines, rich reds and aubergine
\.11 on the autumn style hori-
purple will be worn.' Spruce greenis
zon. When choosing your first autumn a noted color and olive will bea
chapeau look for models in highlight novelty. All browns will

the new silk satins, the velvets in be good in lighter casts. Bordeaux,

rich glowing color, silk taffetas and a wine brown, is also of prime
the handsome deep-toned velours importance.
and duvetyns such to makeup
as go ,
As to sources of inspiration the
ultra chic headgear.The .
Napoleonic influence has been almost -
newer shapes have
rolling universally adopted by lead-
brims with crowns built up to a
ing modistes of Paris. Some spon-
peak, for the trend is decidedly
sor the military style of the soldiersof
toward tall peaked and conical ef
France of that time. Others
fects. See one such shown to the
left below in the illustration. It is glean their inspiration from the ;-'" .
conquering armies of North Africa, Firestone Farm Exhibit, Great _
of spruce green silk velvet covered
while still others concentrate on LakesExpositionClevelandOhioO
with fine vertical stitching. You'llsee
the soft, luxurious influence of the
lotsof, stitching on best-looking
hats this fall. Wear this type hat gay society of Napoleon's reign.

with your tailored silk or sheer The beret shown with striking UTSTANDING performancehas
wool daytime frocks or suits. quill as worn by the figure seated
Heavy silk velvets of the Lyons (note her velvety duvetyne tunic made Firestone Ground '

class are being made up in models blouse) bespeaks the military
with sports type brims. Often trend. This model, called "March Grip Tires preferred equipment ,

these velvets are combined with ing On" by its designer, is provinga for farmers who have proved ,'.. .
favorite in class that
silk faille as manipulated for the high shops Y.Y

front of the hat to right at top in are showing it. The lady pictured that Ground Grip Tires save 25% .k {
the group. This type of hat you with the voguish be-curled coiffure
can wear equally well with tailored and the blouse elaborated with ,ap in time and fuel, and greatly

silk dresses or with wool dressesof plique in leaf design is wearing a
smart "town" character. becoming portrait beret designedby reduce repairs and upkeep costs.

j. ItS when you are choosing a hat Marthe. It has new cire ribbon FOR CARS
: to go with your best afternoon or accents: The self-cleaning tread gives'$ H vyDuly
Western Newspaper Union. '
? 4.40/4.50-21$8. XO.90
the greatest traction ever known.GumDipping 'xa 4.75/5.00.19 9'.45 11.75

FALL SUEDE BAG WHIMS OF FASHION ?%.. ",::" 4.50/4.75-JO 9.30 11.50
the cordbody
gives .F::.l: 5.25/5.50-1711.70 S3.90
coats.Novelty pockets trim the new strength to stand the extra ..U: 5.25/5.50.1811.85 14.15

Button-front dresses are given stresses of super-traction. The "''P FOR TRUCKS

prominence. special construction of two extra 32x6 Truck Type.....$30.70
Linens for town wear are invad- 35x6 H.D 4O.25

ing the shop windows. layers of Gum-Dipped cords 6.00-20 .. ...... 18.85
Mesh gloves for frocksare t a 6.50-20............. 24.4O
e74 practical and cool.summer under the tread binds the tread ?$ ? 7.00.40.. ... 32.35 -

The fashion of women's hats with ; and cord body into one N + ''
real vegetables has reached Lon-

don. inseparable unit.WithFirestone's 5.00.15.$10.40

Printed suits worn with dark 55016............. 11.05
blouses are smart for summer new demountable rim and cut-down method 6.00-16............. I2.4O
7.50-18: .... 17.45
wear. of applying the rim on the original wheels,
Evidently the culotte fashion has
become a staple in women's sports- one set of Ground Grip Tires will fit several FOR IMPLEMENTS

wear lines. implements. 4.00-18............$ 8.3O
/ // Rusts and brown mixtures are 60016............. 1O.55
+ dominating the sports and casual 7.50-18 14.85
coats for autumn wear. Go to your nearest Firestone Tire Dealer 6.50-36: ::::::::::::: 24.OO

0)::::); G bag This has stunning a decidedly brown suede"new"hand-look coats The popular white terry cloth or Implement Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply DlhcrSlesPrO; )()(hon tCyLow
are "tops" wear over bril-
as it visions what style-conscious liantly colored :play suits. and Service Store today and ask to see these
spectator sports maidens will be
carrying to the football game. The culotte dress now appearsin money-saving tires. And when you order a tread
Bags stitched to match gloves are soft wool jersey with slide fast- heavy Super-Traction
also a fashion highlight in promise ener at neck and placket. new tractor or implement, specify Firestone is guaranteed not to loosen

" for fall and winter. The handbag Fashion ,designers, impelled with from the tire body under
pictured has deep inside pockets, the spirit of the Texas Centennial, Grip Tires. any conditions, and all

staunch handles to swing by and are providing summer clothes in :c other parts of the tire are

the new jewel slide fastener pro- cactus colors. Listen to the Voice of Firestone Monday fully guaranteed to give

viding a delicate golden chain ,Gray and brown, separate or together Evenings;over N.B.C.-WEAF Network satisfaction.
across the top. The frock and hat will be notable shades in 1936,F.T.&R.Co.

'are in soft gray as an effective autumn sports wear, an eastern .. ..
/' contrast to brown. stylist reports. .



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Mayor Burton of Cleveland and Marketing Bureau, representing I!
The Clewiston News President Crawford of the Exposi- Commissioner Mayo as speaker oft I J. M. COUSE
tion. Armed with this triple offical' Dr. A. J. :LittleOsteopath .
the day, was featured on several .
proclamation, Earl Brown, George Counselor and Attorney Law
Published every Friday in Clewiston, radio programs while from Chicago
NEWS 'Clements and t have pushed the Hopkins Building
Florida, by the CLEWISTON Florida Exhibit and the State of I the National Farm and Home Hour
Inc. Florida to the forefront with every I gave Florida a special nation-wide Wednesdays and Saturdays Lake Harbor Phone No. 1

means at our command. Front page I radio salute.. 9:30 to 4:00
I stories Florida events I
newspaper I Thursday, "Florida Citrus Day" :
Bowden, Editor --
Keathley: and concerts throughout the \

grounds, fifteen radio programs including -I and a reception fruit and was vcegetable tendered the I II" ...NNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .............;...........NN1. ........,.....................................;.............I..N.:...N.1...NNrIN11. ."......NN.CLEWISTON1 .. ...111
five national network]: leading "'
Entered as second class mall matter shows, are only a :part of the pro- ers and dealers in this area. brOk-\\ .
February 1, 1927, at the Post grams now in progress here to make sentative growers and shlpp ::p :(

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I people of the Great Lakes area and I Florida products were given an opportunity :yl I
: IB Act .of March 3, 1897. I the nation "Florida minded." to contact these folks andsell : I
II I them the advantages off i, .
Monday the 31st;, termed "Flor- on I .

?ubscription rate, $2.00 per year. ida Exhibit Day," saw official open- Florida Friday,fruit termed and vegetables."Florida Communities I :,!Ii IiI I

\dvertisingrates: on application. ing noon of luncheon Florida's staged 9-day at fiesta.the swanky At a I Day", gave visiting mayors ': \

officals I: and chamber of commerce officials
Admirality Club, Exposition
anti from all sections of our state a'':I: : COURSE :!:
Devoted to the advancement and a group of outstanding Florida I I .
chance to do their stuff. Through I I ..
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry dignitaries engaged. in an oral back- '':. I I .%.
talks on special programs at Florida .%.
County. slapping contest while news photo 'i. I
Manor, over'radio and
I and radio programs
graphers snapped pictures ? 1
1 microphones picked up the message at a luncheon and reception, they :;: .-dIIZ____ I :!:

Just one more week of vacation : of Florida's State Chamber of told Florida's enchanting story to I I .;.
't' I
thousands of listeners.
eager ..
for the school kids.A : Commerce as ably delivered by pres-
I ident Harold Colee. Other Floridians -: Saturday, "Florida Industries 't:. .:.
doctor shot a judge in Tennessee were introduced and made Day", enabled Exhibit officials and
but the news item failed to say 1 brief talks, while Clearwater's Mary representatives of' a score of Florida

whether or not the judge was taken : Lou Moore, .charming SBS star, sang manufacturing concerns to point out !il
to the same doctor's office for med her way into the hearts of luncheon the importance and magnitude of [ to the Public.'t' !

ical attention. guests and radio listeners alike. the and state's commercial varied activities manufacturing, while 1jfl!!! .
Cordati-Coburn of
:Miss Leota ; ....
Anyway the latest piir of transAtlantic Daytona Beach, operatic 'soprano, other Floridians pointed out the a- .
filers have one honor cinched. -i starred with the Chicago and Cin- mazing opportunities the state offers ;t.

It was the biggest air shipmentof cinnati Grand Opera Companies, and concerns: seeking a location.
ping-pong balls ever made across daughter of' J. A. Coburn of minstrel Now comes a brief breathing spell A A

the pond. fame sang, a number of specially over Sunday and Monday, then 'r%. :.

written Florida bongs as Well as Tuesday the 8th is Governor's Day 't. I.:.
We'll be inclined more favorably operatic numbers. r: when Dave Sholtz as Florida's ,.. I .t.
toward the hurricanes if they'll all I chief executive and Grand Exalted {. I t
Both of these charming
stay out where this last one was this I I daughters whose fame and success Ruler of the Elks will take the spot- :;: Moderate Green Fees' :!:
week,.,several hundred miles off light and front pages. And when
them to command salar-
enable top
shore. ies as entertainers donated their it comes to advertising Florida "Our :: I Exceptional Fairways :..j::

services ,to the Florida Exhibit dur- Dave" has a double page spread in
Don't fail to attend the concert ing Florida week. the Saturday Evening Post looking :=: interesting Greens ::

which is 'to be given by the :WPA lige a three line classified ad in the ..
orchestra of West Palm Beach next The splendid Florida Orange Chittlin' Switch Review' He's a one .;;. I
Blossom Quartet, young men from I 11.-
Friday night. Every member of man gang as a National Advertise- :
the Florida Agricultural and Me- -

orchestra a rate' is treat a professional is in store for musicianand those chanical College under the leader- he ment don't for sell the'em Sunshine, they can't State be and sold if! Iii ..........................................................................0................................................;....... ............... ...&...,'.:.:.'......................11' I

who love good music.A ship of Rudolph von Charlton, who
have beem featured with the Exhibit .

debutante wore three- since it opened, gave variety to .
the prqgram with their spiritualsand J 1: fil ""
quarter length hose against the wishes -
of an eccentric rich relative and delightful southern melodies.On .

was left only a very small bit of a Tuesday,. September 1st de-j

million dollar estate! We'd wear red signated "Gulf Coast Highway' Day" ,.,, '
flannel underwear through the summer state road officials and representatives ANNOUNCING THE : .. .. ;<. '. ..-,\ .
of the Gulf Coast "
if we could get a cut on a will Highway <
Association acted as hosts at a reception -
i to automobile associationand

!!'.icouraging to note that some travel bureau heads, acquainting -
them not only with interesting 1
wor1is being done on Pacific Avenue -
facts about Florida's newest scenic .
this week from the highway r
dow i to the sugar house.. This pieceof highway, but with motor routes and
road probably has more traffic points of interest throughout the PIONEER MOTOR SALES
tftate. from .
than any other road in the county Programs three radio
with the exception of Road 25 and stations passed these 'interestingfacts
is almost imperative that it be keptin on to thousands of listeners.
condition.A Wednesday, Florida "Agricultural -
Day" gave opportunity to impress IN BELLE GLADE

Lake Harbor farmer almost ran additional, thousands with the .
his tractor in a canal one day marvelous advantages Florida has
recent-I to offer the farmer
and grower. L. '
when he into
ly plowed a
bees, jumped off the tractor to escape M. Rhodes of the Florida Statef&21Fu As Dealers in the Lake Okeeckobee Region for

their stings and let the 'machine

go where it wanted to. Which reminds -

us of the time, while still

.. quite young, that we donned a bathing -
: ,suit in which a scorpion nad taken AIUs..Chalmers Tractors'The -
refuge. One doesn't think at a ; ; FLORIDA

i-' time like that, one acts.

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Y A great piece of news to Clewiston m GJ pl Allis-Chalmers
Tractor-Type tractor
, residents is the announcement by the

State Road Department that con- f11flQi k ; xy is especially adapted to Lake Region soil,
struction work would soon start on !

" a 'new bridge across Industrial canal i I I 4 having proved its superiority on muck.

on Road 25. glliJ I lands during the past several Here
' years.
This bridge cannot be built too
I toon SO< far as we kno',v there has -m rJj1 : I IlI A k is a tractor at 'a price you can afford to pay "

, never been a fatal 'accident at this
f place but, there 'have been numerous and it will render you an excellent service

; minor accidents ar> of which
: J rn.khe have proven sp-'io1 It has for years to come.

t)., been a dangerous crossing and many I aM
:" residents will breathe a sigh of relief -J !

;" when it is no longer used. s rr I Iof1. THERE IS AN ALLIS-CHALMERS

, Built primarily as a detour bridge t{
in 1928 it has been used as the high- -
way crossing through all the inter- for every job' in the Everglades

'. vening years, a too narrow structure Stop at theIotetVatte ALLIS-CHALMERS MODEL "M" ",-
;. for modern traffic and offset to the
r':" .. main road line made it very dangerous : Own the. 'best-and, save. I f I
: particularly The Model |
to strangers money. "M"j j
. driving through. quality tractor of its size and' ".' Be sure and see these tractors on display

( ID a few' : week it will be forgot- 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll price class -now sells at a '. \ .
,:". 'r>n and a row bridge will be used more attractive figure than at our showrooms
wide enough to give parsing room'I I'j Outside Rooms With ever. Wide and standard '

, for cars and straight with the road.' Private Bath I tread. Less height less IN BELLE GLADEground ,
'We'reglad that the new bridge is
pressure shorter
to come before some horrible accident COOL, CLEAN, QUIET.
radius. Unit .
r. turning con
.. called attention to its need.
Overlooking Biscayne Bay struction for strength. Here
;i.. is a real "buy" -see us. Several Models on Display

f'. c= pD7i7R0009CC IMgl1n=!,0r1.1111.1 Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and .
O 27+DrawbarH.P.AT .
Business Section.

Too Late To Classify i O THIS PRICE NEW 0 4 Speeds Forward

RATES O Removable Cylin Pioneer Motor Sales

CBy Cf\.ussell Kay $14 5 0 der Sleeves
$1.50 Single 0 Burns Distillate
IEE 'mc..mD CrdriCalllC J..1 F.O.S.FACTORY

, Cleveland.-:-Florida took the $2.50 Double L. E. WILL, Prop. R. L. MURRAY, Sales Mgr.

spotlight at the Great Lakes Exposition &
Special Family., Weekly jIjv
on Monday, Augi ,t 31 and Monthly Rates Belle Glade Florida
continues to hold it through Tues- )1 ,

rlT",. September 8, for ,his period S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
has been proclaimed "Florida "
\\eek" by Governor Davey of Ohio, "' ". f. _:_ .__:: : :. -.,-: .' :: L.:. : .j ..'u_. ", ; "' -:. _.:j,'_.. ,- .:.. .- -- ...: .. :.. y _:=.._ : .
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""- ':' Benson returned Sunday from a vacation Mrs. Lawler's daughter, Peggy, the

-. _; Personal I Mention :_ visit in Miami Beach Mi. evening before, was served. I
:: Sathre joined them there for Satur- Those present :were Mr. and Mrs.
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:0.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:. day and Sunday.Mr. Lawler and children and Mr. and Just .;

Mrs. R. N. Smith and children.
Mrs. J. R. Beazley of Canal Point 1 .

was a visitor here Thursday. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and : '.

I. daughter, LaDeen, left Wednesday MRS. THOMAS I3RIDGE, CLUB HOSTESS WEDNESDAY TO Complete Line of Children's School Needs ,
. for months' vacation The '
: a trip. :
A. N. Gallant and Dean King spent
Sunday fishing at Punta Rassa. expect to visit the Texas Centennial Mrs G. B. Thomas was hostess to

--- in Dallas and. visit at their old homo: I her bridge club Wednesday after- ...... ... ':]r -- IS

in Kansas. noon at her home.A .. :
W. R. Eve, Jr., of Orlando, was .
kitchen memo pad was given 1 I '
here business Wednesday.
Miss Elizabeth Wiun returned Mrs. C. W. McDonald as high score boys : )

-- I Saturday from a visit of several prize; a handkerchief went to Mrs. <

,. Y. E. Millen, of Atlanta, Ga., wasa weeks in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. R. Lawler as low score prize and :

<> business visitor here Wednesday.. I H. King and son, Arthur Wayne and I the cut prize, a letter rack, was won ,

Owen and James Winn met her in r by Mrs. D. G. Alston Sport Shirts '. :,
,'L Frozen fruit salad, toasted cheese
. : E. J. Lafferty, of Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach. i
: sandwiches and ginger ale were.
visitor here Tuesday.
was a SuspendersWash J
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and sons served by the hostess to: Mrs. H. R. .., .
Hall, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. M. '
moved Saturday into the house recently -, ,1
Miss Pat Hoskins is spending her vacated by Mr. and Mrs. R. i R. Lawler, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.R. Pants .

vacation at, her home in Dunnellon. i C. Nowling'west of the Administration N. Smith, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs.J. S :. '. .:

.: .- -- i building.Mr. W. Ezelle, Mrs I. M. Pafford. ShirtsUnderwear :
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kolstad and .
Kim Sunday in Fort Myers. I S ... I'
: spent and Mrs.Jack Joiner, of Pompano ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS :

and Mrs. W. Shackleford and : ;
The Altar Society of St. Margaret's ,
Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Miss Kathleen -
I I daughters, Norma and Dorothy, of Shoes ;>
Flaniken and Miss Florinje I Fort Lauderdale spent the week-end met Wednesday afternoon 0\' 1
Moore spent Wednesday: in Miami. I with Mrs. H. T. Vaughn in the regu-
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee. }
Sweat Shirts :
I lar monthly meeting of the organi- > }

Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, of Cuthbert, zation. _. .
Miss Ann Hackett, of '
, Ga., is here for a visit with her I Plans were perfected for a benefit .. Overalls. --. }
Camilla, Ga., arrived Sunday for a
",,' sons, Tom and Emmett Shelley. bridge party which will be held at. .
week's visit with her uncle, A.
the rectory on September 29 and Ties Girls
L.. Hackett and Mrs. Hackett. Mr. ,
Miss Laura Matteson spent the delicious refreshments were served
and Mrs. Hackett met her in West
week-end in Miami with Mrs. Floyd Palm Beach. I to: Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Hv J.I Caps. .

Sathre and Mrs. J. E. Benson.F. Oglesby, Mis. M. E., VonMach, Mrs.R. _
T. Mitchell, Mrs E. P. Mutrix : Dresses .
Mrs.: W. H. Wilson, Jr., of Lake .. ,
'I'ti1. '
E. Frazier, district Western and Mrs. H. A. 'Bestor. ; .
City, Mrs. C. I. Hollingsworth and .
-- --- Barrats .
Union superintendent, of Orlando, .
son,. Charles, of Winter; Haven and BRIDGE PARTY HONORS x<
visited the local office
Wednesday.I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Patterson, of MRS. LA"'IJER'S BIRTHDAY
Knee Hi Hose '
West Palm Beach visited here Sun- : I
Mrs. Foy Durrence took Miss Billie ;
; day with Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack!I Mr. and Mrs R. N. Smith enter-
Hooker to West Palm Beach .
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch.i i| tained Wednesday evening with a \ Oxfords2..Piece
day where she will visit satur-j I
__ I bridge party at their )home on the I
Mrs. M. J. Hirsh left Sunday rod) government reservation honoringMrs. Collettes {
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner and
a visit with her daughter in West! M. R. Lawler, the occasion be-1 "
Charles and T. C.
son, Musgrave
Palm Beach. Mr. Hirsh joined her ing Mrs. Lawler's: birthday. Panties
visited in Okeechobee Sunday.Mrs. fi ;
Tuesday and they will spend a short Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford received .
E. H. Walston of Okeechobeeis vacation visiting points of interestin : the high score prize, a. thermo- Anklets' (YI'
the state. meter, .. .
Mr. Lawler low f
here to spend the week-end with was and received ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner. --- an ash tray. Mrs. Lawler was Slips "
Among those attending the dance I given a pair of hose. ,

in Belle Glade Monday ,were: Birthday cake and an iced fruit .
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller w.re Bloomers'
called%to Tampa Sunday by the'death and Mrs.. W. H. McCracken, R.Mr"1 drink were served to: Mr. and Mrs. : ,
Smith, Miss Gallant, Miss I. M. ,
of Mrs. Miller's Peggy Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. .
aunt elyn Hare, Harold Spikes, Bill Thomas Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Lawler 'I Slacks
and Ed Ward.
Miss Kathleen Lewis, of Tampa, is *
here for a two weeks visit with' her MR. AND MRS. LAWLEIl GIVE Etc.

sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry and family. Keathley Bowden returned Friday BRIDGE PARTY FOR VISITOR on.... ,,...
night from Hendersonville, N. C., --
where he month's vacation Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler enter-
spent a
Mrs. B. E. Nail, Sr., left this week
-" with Mrs. Bowden and their tained last Friday evening with
sons, a
for Hot Springs, Ark. She will be
e Kay and Paul who are spending the bridge party honoring Miss Kathleen
away about eight weeks. Flaniken who is Visit us and see the many new items in ;
summer there. Mrs. Bowden and the visiting relatives

Mrs. T. B., Shelley spent several boys will return home next week. I I11rs. here for a few weeks.
Miss Flaniken real economical -y..
days this week in Daytona Beach won the high score our store at prices. '

visiting her mother.W. L. M. Oliphant left Sunday I prize and B. C. Flaniken was high
for her home in Marietta, ., for men. Both received handker-

M. Bradnack left Wednesdayto a visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. ed.chiefs. Ice cream and cake were serv- Clewiston Dry Goods Co. Inc. .

meet Mrs. Bradnack in Orlandofor C. Wilson and Mr. Wilson. Mr. and ,
a vacation visit. Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mr. and Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Wilson took her to her train in B. C. Flaniken, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. "Where QuaUtleets:

Charles Turner returned Satur- Haines City. Smith, Lawsbn Jones and Miss
I Flaniken.
day from Alabama where he has been

spending the summer with relatives. I II MRS. BEARDSLEY ENTERTAINS Economy"r
Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Mrs. Tf.'
G. Wallace of LaBelle visited Mrs.R. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained

J. Lee Tuesday. a large group of friends with a lawn
party at her home near Bear Beach

Miss Evelyn-Hare-spent 'Wednesday Tuesday afternoon and those attending SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS 'Jrr

in LaBelle as the guest of Mrs.G. stated that it was one of the ,
O. Wallace. I most novel pid enjoyable partiesin
some time. 9T
I .
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence In issuing the invitations Mrs. '

and Lawson Jones attended a showin Beardsley cautioned the guests: to .:' : "" : : :' ', ;.; '.
Moore Haven Sunday night. wear old clothing and It was well I' :. '' : ;, Record of Dividends of

that she did for the afternoon was ;; ..1 >
I Clewiston Home'Building Association..
Dr. and Mrs: J. G. Niblack returned taken up with a field meet on the {I ,

Sunday from a two weeks vacation lawn with prizes being given .the, ,
r .; at Blowing Rock, N. C., and winners in sack races, three-legged RATE '. RATE a4ry

D- in Chattanooga, Tenn. races, a fat lady's race and many" :
Q other such activities ending with I cr.) :

Mis. Fred Kirchmann and Mrs. a diamondball game in which every- H1' 1928 5.5 ,1933 6
Adolph Krumseig, of Belle Glade, one participated. The outcome of 5 "

were visitors here for a short while this game is still in' doubt as rain \. ,," ... \ 1 1929 .:.. > 7 1 1934 6/ ,
stopped the before the first '. ..., ;' .,, > .
Wednesday. game J ; : I'' 1930 ; 6 :
4- 1935
f ,. ." .. ',: ':l..j', ,.<1 ,. :..y
side I
r. .
at bat had been retired. .. :;{> t ...iI!
,... .. : : i "
: ; ..
.4 1931 4 1936 6'.
Miss Bessie Lewis, of Blakely, Ga., ,The afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed :' ; .J. : ..
Is here for an indefinite visit with and everyone had such a good ", ,,<,c.:; :,dji'5 1 1932 6 ,r i-c," c :

her sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry and time that the sore muscles next day : i

family. I i were hardly noticed.Refreshments :;;JjFliY' \

of potato salad, ;

Dr. R. V. Allison of Washington, sandwiches and iced tea were served ; ,..

D. C., spent several days here with by the hostess to: Mrs. R. H. Collins, CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING ,

his wife and baby daughter this Mrs. M. H. Crouch Mrs. Jos. Robbins OFFICE FIRST :'
week. Mrs. G. J. Potter, Mrs. J. R. r

Doty, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Foy r Invest your savings for safety and a good ..' -"." THING.TOMORROW'AND ,,':,.'j

Lawson Jones left Tuesday for Durrence, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. return. Home Building has never paid Fort Myers to make his home. He W!. F. Simpson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, I TALK THINGS OVER. S ,
has accepted a position with the Lee Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mis. F. I. Hill, dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ', I :<:',

Packing Company in that city. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. O. A. Jones, I !In these days of reduced interest on savings ? j
,', ,
Mrs M. M. Prewltt, Mrs. W. C. Prcw- '

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and itt, Mrs.. W. M. Redelsheimer, accounts and reduced returns on'other .

daughters, Dorothy and Fay Lou, Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. Y. forms of investment Home= Building offers GW---
returned Sunday from a two weeks: terson, Mrs. Df, S. Ludekens, : J .. .
C) visit in Tennessee. I G. B. nacl<:straw, Mis. H. R. pat-I the conservative, thrifty investor the, investment ) C!

Mrs. A. A. Munroo. Mrs M. R.: best suited his needs. Investigate '
G Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Misi :
ler, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Miss!' Regina "
Ulla Jacobsen and Jones Bryant visited Ann Hackett, Mrs. F. H. Moltz, 1I1's.I Clewiston Home Building Association 1
friends in Moore Haven Monday V. A. Allen and Mrs. I. M. Pafford.
night. ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME :

.. I SUNRISE BREAKFAST HONORS little as $5.00 per month or as much as. ';1
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perm and MRS. M. K. LAW LEA'S BIRTHDAY BUILDING '
sons. Billy and John Lewis returned -- $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a .

Sunday from Manatee where Mrs. Something novel in the way of a Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. ASSOCIATION
Perry has been critically ill in a hospital birthday celebration was a swim- PHONES 102-103

since the birth of a baby son. ming party and birthday breakfast .

Her many: friends are hopeful that given on the levee Wednesday morn

her ejonvalescence will bQ rapid since ing honoring the birthday of Mrs.
her,}return' home.' M. R. Lawler. A decorated cake

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YOU C LING to Home thy home! If there -

DRAGONS DRIVE the'meanest shed '.

Yield thee a hearth and shel-

ter for thy head: ,

And some poor plot, with

vegetables stored,
Be all that Heaven allots thee

EDWIN BALMERCopyright for thy board, '

By Unsavory bread, and herbs

that scatter'd grow

Wild on the river-brink or
Edwin Balmer WNU Service
by mountain-brow;

IL Yet e'en this cheerless man-' .

sion shall provide
SYNOPSISJeb to display Baskervllle to the children "Against what Bee?" "That I shouldn't" More heart's repose than all

before she halted, and the big hound, "See here," said Bee sternly, and "That's right, but why didn't you the world beside. '

Braddon, young and fantastically with the economy of motion by whichhe sitting up "don't you ever find out 1" call me? I'd have told you. -Leonidas.Contentmenjt .

successful broker of Chicago, is Infat- accomplished all things, slid to "Bee" said Agnes suddenly, "tell mt What else did that shyster say to
uated with Agnes Gleneith. beautiful the gravel about Mr. Collitt" you?"
of retired manufacturer. laughs at trouble.
daughter a
Rodney a, doctor In love with Agnes, The Black Watch, meanwhile, had "What about him?" "He mentioned Mr. Collitt and asked
visits his brother Jeb. Rod plans workIn been doing its deafening best to tear "How much does Davis know con- how well Davis had known him."

Rochester. Jeb suggests that he the house down. The Black Watch cerning him?" "Tell that Irishman to mind his own

make a try for Agnes before obstinate leaving.In was the closest and most complct y "Oh," comprehended Bee, relaxing, business.! I'll watch Davis' partners,
Rod there Is a deeper,
decency than in Jeb. Rod visits Agnes cooperative of canine companionstwo "probably nothing at all. He's gone for you They've backing now ; they'llbe J OF INTEREST TOmE

and tells her of his great desire, but Scotties Biff' and Bing, who tu-' Into partnership with him ; but as yon all right. Glen, why do you

realizes It can never be fulfilled. Agnes' multuously defied Baskerville when know, Davis is a trusting soul as to let O'Mara play you?"
mother is attempting to regain her hus behind the pane of glass. Once they [ HOMIFE
band's love. Agnes has disturbing people. I believe he trusts practically "Play me?" i
were let out, as now they were, they "
everybody-but God.
doubts as to what attracts her fatherin "For a mark. Do you mean to be
New York, Jeb tells Agnes he is ran to the hound In utmost friend- Agnes had to laugh. "How do you her and his witness at the trial? Flowers for the house should be
going to marry her, and together they ship. Baskerville never paid them the .
view an apartment in Chicago. Jeb asks slightest attention. mean? You've got to realize what you're do- cut in the late afternoon.

Agnes to set an early date, but she tells "I mean It," assured Bee. "Regardthe ing. Her trial Isn't going to turn on *
The children were banging their
him she cannot' marry him. When the record. He's insured everybodyand her; It's going to turn on you. He Beets are fattening and there-
agent Mr. Colver. offers to show thema spoons on the table with eyes only for everything, everywhere, againstfire knows It You're Just God's gift to' fore excellent food for those de-'
furnished apartment. Jeb asks Agnesto Baskerville; they scarcely noticed Ag-
see it alone saying he must returnto II nes when she kissed them. She kissed flood, storm, pestilence and dis- the defense attorney If you let him siring to put on flesh. ;
his office. Agnes consents and Jeb aster-all acts of God, but he'll take make a mark of you. They're playIng *
her sister, and took the chair placedat
leaves. A radio Is blaring terrificallyfrom I the table for her, and they both any mere mortal on faith. After he you for quite a stake between: To keep the coffee pot sweet, "

raps upon one of the the door apartments.which is openedby Colver watched Baskerville and the boys. embraced the burning Idea of givingup them. They're not only after you to, boil a strong solution of borax in
a salaried position to go in with get her off, but also they're after it occasionally.
a scantily clad girl, who draws established himself a
The dog carefully
finds her Collitt and Remble, he couldn't wait *
Agnes into the room. Colver hundred and fifty thousand dollars In
husband, Charles Lorrie fatally shot. between them. for Father to return from New York life-Insurance alone which the com Fill crevices in floors with
He calls the Lorrie asks He was so huge that, when he sat
police. Myrtle before he signed the preliminary agree
and smooth off with :
panies will have to pay her, if she's putty a knife.
Agnes to phone Cathal O'Mara, a law- on the floor, his tawny head was ment with them. They're going to
yer, to come at once. Agnes does. The board almostas acquitted. Half of that goes to him,, Do this three or four days before
above the and high make Davis several millions-which is
police take charge. O'Mara arrives. The you may be sure. Remember that, putting finish on floors.
officers are Antagonistic to him. Aeries certainly very nice of them, since up *
when he talks to you. For God's sake,
sides with O'MrAgne's is to be a to now they've refrained from show- '
Cathal'sgrandfather t Glen, come to !I" Custard filling will not soak in-
witness at the coming trial. themselves with Of
and father had lost their ,ering money. to crust if 'the white of an egg'is
lives in the line of duty as city fire- course, they've got Davis' capital Agnes lay awake long that night, brushed over crust before pour'

men and his grandmother, Winnie, hasbuilt now." ,with one wonder, one bother, one ing in custard.
her all around Cathal, who, being "Then you doubt them Bee?" .doubt and perplexity following another *
ambitious, had worked his way throughlaw
"Not in the slIghtest. They'll take
school. Thoughts of Agnes disturb through her thoughts and feelings.She Never wear rings, except plain
Cathal. Mr. Lorrie had cast off the Davis for what he's put up ; but we had never felt so confused. bands, when washing fine laces;
wife who had borne him his daughterto can stand It: I mean the family can.
What did love-or desire, If you call silks, etc. Rings may catch in
marry Myrtle, and after two years b Father's rolling it up-Isn't he? He'll
It that?-do to you in these days? fabrics and tear them.
of wedded life she had killed him. The give it to me, if I need It-as he
coroner's Jury holds Myrtle to the grand would to you, Agnes. So what's the ,For a while, it might make you
Jury. Agnes promises O'Mara to review Davis learn he's happy, as it had made Mother and Always wipe your electric iron
harm in letting nota
the with him. When Cathal calls
Father happy together, for many years, with a clean cloth before heatingit
Mrs. Gleneith asks questions regarding financier? AJ1 that can happen is-
marital problems, in the hope that she he'll lose." and as It had made Bee happy for a to remove any dust or dirt.

might get a solution to her own prob- "Yes," said Agnes; and she thought while, at least, before she found out Associated N'ewspapers.-WNU Service
lem. Cathal wins them over to Myrtle's that she was-what? Bored? Was
all that could
that happen.
cause. Jeb tells Agnes that O'Mara\ is was Three Kinds of Silence
seeking to profit on the Insurance "Da vIs Is out, you see," added Bee, it mere boredom that Bee would es

money Myrtle will collect if acquitted. "to make a few millions for me-as cape, for a while longer, by having There are three kinds -f silence.

Mrs. Gleneith finds canceled checks though I hadn't any trouble that an- another baby? Was it that which Silence from words is good, be-
made out to "Cash" by Bob and realizes"Cash"
other baby or a million dollars couldn't neither the baby nor a million dollars cause inordinate speaking tends
Is her rival in New York. Bob 11i
admits "Cash" exists. They decide to cure." could cure? to evil. Silence, or rest from desires

leave things as they are. With this, Bee dismissed the matter; After you married and no matter and passions, is still better,

so Agnes was not obliged to disclosethe whom you married, you went on lIv- because it promotes ,quietness of

source of her concern over Col ing; you and your husband both of spirit. ,
CHAPTER VIContinued12
litt But when she made inquiry of you. You did not cease to be human But the best of all is silence

Jeb that evening, fie extracted it from beings ; you became more human, hav from unnecessary and wandering

"I had a letter this morning from nero ing babies. Love, whatever that might thoughts because that is essentialto

Mrs. Lorrle." "Collitt said Jeb. "He's been In' be could not possibly be a panacea internal recollection, and be-

"Oh !1" So it was the case, of course; jams, 'I hear; but nothing that he did against all ills and troubles. cause it lays a foundation for a

no more than that. "What did Mrs. has ever come to court. He's a trad Yet you wanted to believe it to be.. proper regulation and silence in

Lorrie say to you?" i er-one of the cleverest traders In Jeb did not even pretend that h.3 other respects-Madame Guyon.

"She asked If' I would town and straight enough now."
come visit ; : though it was Jeb was utterly honest -

her." "Rnt what.. --- -Is- against.., -him-- ?-" I and practical, for all his Impetuous

"In the Jail, she meant. "Nothing I know, except that he and violent feelings. He offered you HEALS BABY'S HEAT
She Thanked Him and Hung Up.
"Yes. Should I, Mr. O'Mara?" I hasn't always been -well-solld. But in marriage all the excitement and Soothe and heal baby's heat and chafe with

He was slow to reply. Say yes, and as Davy's dark little head on his right. Davis is solid ; he's that sort. sensation that a man and a girl could pure snow-white Moroline. The lOc size

he would see her. She' would come Davy was In his high-chair with a "Yes," said Agnes. give each other. With him, you'd tip contains 3M times as much as the 5c s %.e..

to town by appointment with him, and tray: before him and fastening him in; "So together, they ought to be all up the cup and empty It to the last

he escort her to the jail ; and then, Bobby also was in the high-chair, but right. Then they'll be helped by the drop. You'd have a lot of love with MOROLINESNOW

Braddon not interfering, he'd see her he sat proudly at the' table. Neither natural assumption that your father'dsee him. He'd hold you against all the WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

to her train again. Fool-oh, fool boy feared in the least the great Dave through-If he needed more world, his strong arms about you. You

How his pulses were pressing him hound. They were delighted when he capital., Also" ," continued' Jeb after a liked his strength; you liked more. But Who Does?

"You should not," he said, control- came to lunch ; and they-and also litt. But it would not endure. He did No one is afraid of one who is

ling himself. "Mrs. Lorrie had neither Baskerville knew the rules about not even try to tell you it surely
cranky if he admits it.
we're marrying and so I'd
knows ,
right nor need to ask it of you." him. When a boy 'finished a dish, he body would endure. For he didn't belIeveIn
could give the last' lick of his : see him through, if it came to a
"You do not ask it, then?" spoonto love everlasting-"tepid, tasteless
Baskerville. pinch. stuff' you can bear to sip and never Up in the Morning
"I? No. And now, having downed "Jeb we're not marrying."

one temptation, another which he had cracker Each boy for got Baskervllle an extra to arrowroot crunch; "You, Just think so Glen Oh, need Agnes to gulp.began" to be sleepy. Feeling Fine !

refused before, got the better of him. then God, Glen, you drive me crazy! .
Bobby and Davy gave him the The refreshing relief so many folks

I "Miss" Gleneith *,""! ,,'.-L*,,"- last of their dessert Kiss me No! As if you meantit "Turn, thou, and look to me: say they get by taking Black-

t "Yes. .i The Black Watch, noses in the sun And mean it! Oh, damn us, Seven long years I've followed thee, Draught for constipation makes

He proceeded, recklessly. "That Is, lay side by side assuming slumberous Glen, what's the matter? What got Over the fiery mountain." ly them vegetable enthusiastic laxative.BlackDraught about. this famous pure-

of course, your brother-in-law, Mr. DavIs indifference to this rank favoritism. you bothered about Collitt today puts the digestive tract
Ayreforth, that makes the new firm Agnes told him It was O'Mara, and Who followed whom? And why in better condition to act regularly, everyday p
Agnes, oblivious of her errand, sat '/ithout your continually having to
with Collltt and Remble Jeb held her tighter. What was that? It was the Princess
beside her sister and watched them take medicine to move the bowels.
"Yes," said Agnes. "Why "Was he here again?" who followed over the fiery mountain: Next time, be sure to try
She felt relaxed and gratefuland "No. It the phone." and for love of him, she followed,
"Has he been long a friend of this was over
very content; she had no desire had been bewitched and
j Collitt "What was he calling you about'l""He though
to end this -
Interlude. Bee
I had -
1 Jeb I called never once looked back at, her.
"What do you mean by that, Mr. Here with her children, she was didn't call me, ;
O'Mara?" him." And she told him about Myr Agnes didn't believe that O'Marawas
happy. Why did time have
run on?
"Has he? That's Just what 1 mean, tle's letter. "So I called Mr. O'Marato plajing her Just for a "mark"1 to A GOOD LAXATIVE
But after dessert for
little boys there
Miss Gleneith." find out If I should go to the jailto make for himself money. She did not
must be
"I don't know." see her." want to believe It

'! "Then I'd ask him." Selma, their nurse, had taken them "What did he tell you?" (TO DE CONTINUED) Another Good Habit
away. Side by side, with ears cockingat Thinking seriously is habit
"Iill, said Agnes ; and she the slightest alarm, the Black forming. Keep it up.
thanked him and hung
" up.
t' I Watch slept in the sun ; and the great
Very slowly he returned ais Have
Silver Tokens Very Strange
hound lay asleep, head on his fore-
, to its hook. Perspiration stood on
:,' him. Now why bad toe let himself do paws. The luncheon table had been Lure for So-Called Backward Peoples
cleared .
V, that? He knew very well. away."Sometimes
:' ," said Bee from her
Agnes arose, a bit breathless, and
decided to go at once to her sister's. wicker chaise longue, "sometimes 1 For the so-called backward peoples, fly is represented by the sliver coin,
think I-we-Dave and I-have done such as the uatlves of India, China while a note Is regarded as just a pieceof
? She got out tier roadster, and us sue:;
'" something." And she passed her hands and Africa, there is magic In silver paper no matter what the impres-
: backed from the Baskcrtllle
: garage,
down over her slim figure as thoughshe money tokens. Long depended uponas sive engraving and signature might
sj' half blocked the
driveway as he offered
could not always believe herself, the medium of exchange, it has not
himself for
f' company. To the say.The
, that she had borne two sons. mattered grertly in many cases that natives have been fooleu many,
t. great hound's lumbering delight she '
: ,. leaped down, opened the rumble, and "1 think you've done a lo.l"! Agnes the coins represent money of other na- times with the paper notes. The storyof

,;; Baskerville clambered In, seating him cried. "Oh. Bee, they're what count !1" tions. They need be only of white how some American troops passed

solemn and supercilious looking Bee, and shook out a cigarette."So This Is illustrated by the act of Italy States money Is still told and Australian WNU-7 3636It

i:' when he was riding, holding his huge I'm not sure I won't have an- in withdrawing certain denominations and British troops In Africa were

(;,.- muzzle high in the air, and sniffing the other." of its silver coinage from circulation known to hay successfully exchangedthe Usually Is
; rushing wind "You want a girl?" asked Agnes."I so that the tokens could be sent to elaborately monogrammed labels Reward should be in proportionto

,. It was lunch-time for the childrenat guess so" said Bee, after she had African colonies in the war zone. Replaced or canned milk for chickens and other usefulness.J .

Bee's, and Agnes knew that on her light. "But I really don't care. by paper' notes at home, the native products.

such a fine, sunny day ; Bee would have I'll love the result; and I'm one of silver will be readily accepted in Africa There Is nothing,that will take the

1, had a table set In the orangerie which those women, 1 guess, that get a' kick when paper money would not be. Several place ot hard money in the eyes of

edged the circle of the driveway be- out of the bearing, too." reasons exist for the attitude of the people of the East but for that

fore the house. From far off Agnes "You 'do It beautifully, certainly." the natives. In the first place, if the matter paper notes 01 small denomination IN

spied the table and the little heads in "You don't get me, Agnes. It's occupation coins are not exchanged for goods or In this country have never been ?IN OXES35C

J, the sun, and somebody serving; so and-" She stopped Then : services they can be readily made into popular. The silver dollar, even, is still ,$A.OO

she sounded her horn, and sped dash- "And the wife's anesthetic against- ornaments so dear to the native heart. preferred in some parts of the West

Ingly thrice about the loop of the drive against Many times the entire wealth of a fani- Columbus, Dispatch. ,. 1\"


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: and PhrasesA Judging a Man .

: OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE merveille. (F.) Wonderfully; Look in a man's eyes for hon-
to perfection. esty; around his mouth for weak
'I Boul'-Mich'. (F.) A familiar ness; at his chin for strength; at
corruption of the Boulevard St. his hands for temperament; at ",
Michel, a famous street in the his nails for cleanliness. His

Latin quarter of Paris. tongue will tell you nis experience,

I FEATHERHEADS e'w firu Sauce for the Goose stroke Coup of d'etat.policy; (a F.revolution.) A sudden and under the questioning of a '..
Demi-monde. (F.) The "half- employer prove or disprove ;
ATf YodR its statements it :
LooK world" as runs ;
; women outside the social
f SHOeS / WHEN WERe: ALONE -oU MItf4T pale. along. Always remember, in the :;

I T: EsNUJED LAST'? KEEP VotlRSELF rOKE=-l'LL Entremet. (F.) A dainty side case of an applicant from another

V -L -" WETAT RDF? MV r- /. TAKE A dish. city, that when a man says he :,
V SAKE V / SHMB( TCP Fiat justitia, ruat coelum. (L.) does not like the town in which k4"
Let justice be done, though the he's been working it's usually be-. -'-
> heavens fall. cause he did not make much of a .,-
I x Nom de guerre. (F.) Literally. success there.-George Horace
a war name; a pseudonym. Lorimer. '
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doilie measures 18 by 24 inches ,
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and the smaller 12 by 12 inches. / 'li
# In pattern 5627 you will find C11
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illustration, of them, and of all .t 1:
THERE/ 6REAT' ITTNa7 I'M GLAD To NOTE stitches used; material require :

obtain this pattern send 15 '
WELL GROOMEty cents in stamps or coins (coins :;}
DU I -ou KEEP FpR preferred) to The Sewing Circle .../"
I yoaRSELF Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
NEAT Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. ,
Write plainly 'pattern number, r
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Pattern 5627

New china, glassware, even the
f furniture newly polished but
k what about a set of doilies to set CLEANER
off all this loveliness? You'll
want to gather up crochet hook
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and some string and begin at \\Contalns Ingredients of Murt'Home Dry leaner
\\/o CLEAN as it Whitens. Large Bottles SSt *
once on this lovely filet design-
pattern 5627-a graceful bas-

\\ l ket design with flower garlandsset It's All In HOW YouFightBALDNESS
m pPesurn N.w/Deper Untoa off by a cool, open mesh
stitch. You can make, in addi- ;
tion to doilies, a buffet set, cen- ,

I -_ FINNEY OF THE FORCE ASJSsSl: ::: Treed match.terpiece In and string tray the cloth larger that day helps You need your a hair medicine to save that/-

R* : selfbj nourishing starved ; .
SAy FANNYHas I (soT TMAT CRACK ] |ALMISSUS hair roots and relieving Dank -,
MISSUS SNOOP / AND I'M HERE"-o SNOOP- NOW ; r druff-Glover's! But you must
I Trifles faithfully keep up the good
.. BEEN II-J HERE ? -TELL SA MV FACE TMAT 'f EZ BE Pursuing work.StarttodaywithGlovers'
Mange Medicine and Glover's'; .
,(N' CLOCt<:'SsNTopPEP. / V/OM'T NEveR STop .L.L. When I see the elaborate study Medicated Soap for the sbarai,1
HERETHAT- and ingenuity displayed by wom- a poo. At all druggists Or have '
your give you
in the of trifles I feel
an pusuit ,
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including 3 nights at the famous ;
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REMARKS EW 1WA 1 JliiJJLlJ.11ilI} : I'LL5A Man Woman Boy and .,
ABOUT ME WHEN 01 Do 4T Open to every Clinton,31.t St.and 7tk Ave. '
/ 'IA/ ?I Hotel Governor Nsv york City
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In Perfect Accord BANG! BANG! Avoidance"Do
Mistress (to new maid-Now) you know any funny stories -
Nora, I always take my bath at ?"
nine every morning. "Yes," answered Senator Sor-
Nora-'Sall right, mam, it won't ghum.
interfere with me a bit. I'm nev- "Why don't you tell one?"
er ready fer mine b'fore ten. =- "My wife don't let me. She
-2 says I have already made myselfso
Universal Opinion ridiculous that what I need is to
35c & 6Of
Captain-Did you enjoy your avoid laughter instead of encour-
leave Bug Autoist- I'll never hire a "
lieutenant? aging it.
Paymaster-Yes, but there's firefly chauffeur again and let him bottles
nothing like the fill my gasoline tank! Argument
feeling of a good
desk under your feet again.-Rail "What are those holes in the
Look Out! '
Magazine. wood?
V G Willie-Oh, mother, here's'a lit- "Those are knot holes." tins ..
tle green snake! "They are holes! Don't you think
STRUNG UPI Mother-Well, stay away from it. I know a hole when I see one?"
It may be just as dangerous as a
I ripe one.

1 tt Obliging I. a
"Do you think you can explainto
: your constituents how you be-
I came so prosperous?
I "Certainly," replied Senator Sor-
I i'J ghum. "It was due to my desireto
\ / ease the burdens of my fellow
"His. "execution is imply mar- man. I made life a little happierfor
lous. some of the multimillionaireswho Look at the size of his
"Isn't it! You can see the tudi-- say they want to get rid of bill." The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafers7" I II I
ce hanging on note." their Ii
I I money.-Washington Star. 'Yep; must be a plumber. i

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LADIES AID SOCIETY claims upon the aid and sympathy of, East 1005 '
Sugar Company May- society; provided however, the Legislature Feet North .
may by general law provide for
a uniform State-wide system for such 752 Feet -to '.

their benefits, and appropriate money there- Beginning ........ 1 43 28 100 Unknown :.=......................_ $ 12.19
Ladies Aid Society held (Continued From Page One) for; but no such general law shall .,
reai r monthly meeting at the ment. He is deeply interested in this provide benefits to any person who I Washington Gardens ) .
shall not have been a resident of the Subdi-
Com n unity church Thursday afternoon project and will accompany the com- State of Florida for a period of five
I \i ion of N. W.

with Mrs. M. R. Lawler and mitee when it comes to Florida next years application continuously therefor next, nor preceedlng shall such his 'A .................... 2' 43 28 'I
:Mrs. R. N. Smith as hostesses. I month. general law provide for benefits to any '
Had charge lauded Rep.J. person solely on account of age who Block 14, Lots
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley
: Dr. Allison recently has not attained the age of sixty-five 18, 19 .....__..... Will NewryElvira .......:.........:.... 1.06
of the program with :Mrs. I. D. Ley- Mark Wilcox for the interest he years; Provided, further that whereby S
leading the devotional service. is' the matter of Everglades any law of the United States a Block 17, Lots
dig taking in lesser or different period of residenceage 11, 12 .- .. Weston .................. 1.06
Two musical numbers were given reclamation. He said he has never or citizenship shall be fixed in
Law- order for the State of Florida to Block 18, Lot 30 Elvira Weston .................. ..76'Block
G. J. Potter Mis. M. R.
by Mrs. heard a more comprehensive pre- par-I .
F. H. Moltz Mrs. M. needs and ticipnte in any Federal grants 41, Lot 28 E. P. ,Irving .....'..... ;..... ... .76
Mrs ,
3ei, M'j sentation of Everglades might be made for such purposes, the ..'/ .
Prewitt, Miss Marion Leydig I possibilities than was made by the Legislature may prescribe such re- South % of N. W. \ .' '
quirements as to citizenship age and % of N. I'6'4 3' 43 28 20 Oscar JMalmberg .::. ...:..L.: 1.66 ;
Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. R. N. Smith :with I Fourth district congressman at a recent residence as will be consistent with .. '
and S. W. % of N. W. .
not In conflict with such Federal

Doty at the piano. conference, in the Departmentof Law." i % ................;..... 4 43 28 40 A.. L. Kinzie ...........:....:..;.; 4.07S.
The regular }business meeting fol- Agriculture."The Approved June 4, 1U3S.: W. % of N. W. .

lowed after which refreshments' of district is fortunate in hav- 'f and N. W. '

ice Dream and cookies were served. ing a representative in Congress whois A JOINT RESOLUTION of S. W. '74/ 6 43 28 80 Unknown .......:.......:........ 6.79
The next meeting will be held Oct. 1 i so keenly alive to the importanceof Proposing an Amendment to Article North Vj of N. E. S '

with Mrs. R. H. Collins as hostess. the Everglades and hae VIII of the Constitution of the Stateof A ...................... 7 43 28 80 Unknown .......................... 6.79
reclaiming .
Florida Relative to Cities and \ :.
Those attending were Mrs. G. J. thorough understanding of Counties. S.E.ofN.W.. '
Potter, Mrs. M. R. Lawler Mrs. F. a lie It Resolved Bj The Legislature of Ji and East % 5
Dr. Allison '
Moltz Mrs. M. 1\1/ Prewitt, Miss the problems The Stale of Florida: of S. W.4 .. 8 43 28 120 Unknown ....................:..... 9.81
H. said.Palm Beach Post. I That the following Amendment to ,
6 Acres in S. W. ,
Article VIII of the Constitution of .
Marion Leydig, Mis. R. N. Smith, .
the State of Florida relative to cities ; of S. W. 3/i ,

Mrs J. H. Doty, Mrs. O. A. Jones, and 10 of counties said Article to be VIM numbered be Section of N. W.4 .... 9 43 28 Willouyby' Dyess\,.....'i"....:..'.... 1.11
Duff Mrs. C. L. Moan'Mrs. .
Mis. F. Deane -
same is hereby agreed to and shall S. W. % of S.. E. .; .

W. F. Simpson, Mrs. L. C. Know Your Language be submitted to the electors of the % of N. W.J,4, 9 43 28 10 Delia J. Prevatt .............. '.j,, 1.18 :
Patterson Mrs. V. State at the General Election to be .,,
Y. .
Miller, Mrs. R. T held on the First Tuesday after the S. W. U of N. E. ;:. :.. -'

A. Allen, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. first Monday in November A. D. 1936, 'A and Lot 1 ..10.43 28 86 C. S. Horrell:.............: .: .', .: 15.55.. .>
J. W. Ez.elleIrs.. Z. H. Shelley, l\ By C. L. BushnellSchool for ratification or rejection, to-wit N. W. '

A. R. Bioadfoot,. Mrs. R. H. rs'l of English j I have Section power 10.to establish The Legislature, alter or abol-shall W. : ,r d; t; .; :;; i

Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Jos. Robbins International, Correspondence I 1 ish known a Municipal as the City corporation of Key West to, 'eX-be Bet of N.N. L J/i M ," ; (.; : : ss ra .xn : :

and :Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. I Schools I present tending limits territorially of Monroe throughout County, the in 70 J f.. ; ; : .'; ; : :: .

the place of any or all county, district, 70 : .Y 'r- 55
Dr. Allison Speaks- lexicographers people municipal and local governments, Yards West 70 ,, ",':j'.",.a._.. ot.i' ..v+..,.t,.,'v- =, ..,' fi)
boards, bodies and officers;, constitutional -, 'r'.. ":, : c+.rra' ,a,
our dictionariesare Yards North "" :- !
prepare : ::
or hhs. ,
.. statutory legislative, executive \ ?. ;
-- sometimes guilty of mistakes. i judicial or administrative, 70 Yards to ; .

(Ollth: ''oPigp 1) Dr. Samuel Johnson, probably the 'and shall prescribe the jurisdiction, Beginning ........ 10 43 28 1 H. ,S. Dyess ............:...;..:: ",.. 3.03
most famous of them all defined powers, duties and functions of such Government' 'Lot ',': .:.
ion made he feels that the unused municipal corporation, its legislative, '- '
farm land of the lower glades shouldbe "pastern," meaning a tether, as "the executive judicial and administrative 2 ...................... 11 43 28 62 C. B. Horrell ........... ,.....: '. 9.51
knee of a horse." When asked by a departments and its boards, bodies and West Vz of Lot 1 13 43 28 23 E. Kelley. ....:.:._........::: .-): ;. 4.98 .
l Kept 'under water for three rea- officers; to divide the territory included ''a-
lady how he happened to make suchan in such East 3-4 of South
municipality into subordinate
sons, to prevent frost, to preventfire error, he replied, "Ignorance, districts, and to prescribe a just- % of N. E.JA

and to allow the soil to rebuildin Madam, pure ignorance." and reasonable system of taxation for and that portion : ; '

a natural manner, the same ,as The mistake was corrected in the such municipality and districts; and of East % '
to fix the liabilIty of such
it was originally built up. fourth edition of his dictionary, but and districts. Bonded and municipality other indebtedness -- of N. E.JA of

Probably no one in the Evergladesis Dr. Johnson never altered his defi- existing at the time of the S. E. X North

more familiar with the soil form- nition of excise "a hateful tax establishment shall be enforceable of. such only municipality against of State Road fi ,

ations and characteristics of the muck levied upon commodities, and ad- perty theretofore taxable therefor. pro-The 25 .................... 13 43 28 66 P. G. Snyder ,-:...
judged not by the common judgesof Legislature shall from time to time, 5 Acres in S. E. S ,
soil than Dr. Allison and the Xiv -
determine what portion of said municipality
property, but by wretches hired Corner East %
mans who heard him speak ex- is a rural area, and a home-
by those to whom the Excise is stead in such rural area shall not be of S. W. H of ,, .
rrtssed themselves as feeling that I paid." limited as If in a city or town. Such N.V.. % ......:... 14 43 28 5 Unknown ..............::: ::.: :r\:\ 1:66:

i he Everglades section was indeed As a result of his bellicose defi- municipality may exercise all the pow- Lots 21, 22, ,' "' : : ',: ': }-
fortunate in having him connected nition, Dr. Johnson narrowly shall ers of a municipal corporation and Palma C i aSubdivision f. : ,; ;{ /. '.;>
also be
with this survey. escaped being prosecuted for libel legal political recognized divisions as of one the of State the ...... 15 "43 28 Unknown .:.....;.... :. ::: ::::;:;,:';'',?1:96':
by the infuriated with the duties and obligations ef
Commissioner of a Begin 2293Vi
county and shall be entitled to all the '

New Bridge To-- Excise. ing powers representation, rights and in privileges the State includ-Legis- S.Feet E.West CornerGover of : : ; ; i ; f.;"d v ., .i ,.

lature, which would accrue to it If n in e n t l: kr&} (
it were a county. All property of Monroe : + .
I SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS Lot 1, West -S 'll .
(Continued from County and of the ,
1) municipality in
said county shall vest in such municipal 593'Xj Feet, ., .';;'r";;:>-:,: ..;: ".,,..,:; y:$: JSt ..{-_.',' .{.,;. : .. 'f tI,:,._.
boat. At the time the bridge was corporation when established as North 353, ,,,..:; .. ', :" : .: :f .,j; t -.i: 1/ .
built heavy shipments of vegetables ,. i herein provided, The offices of the Feet East 23 ., :. : ; .
r' ', ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff >I.5. j < v..r{
from the islands and the south shoreof shall not be abolished but the Feet, North : "
the lake were received at the lature may prescribe the time when 201 Feet, West f : .': ,; :;; : : ? 7 :k ;
WHEREAS the Legislature of 1935 and the method by which such offices .;f ;
docks here and loaded for shipmentto under the Constitution of 1885 of the shall be filled and the compensation 62 Feet, North ,, '.4 ,".:" ,;i :: .re, (: ... ,. ', 1",1ofi ,

northern markets over the A. C. L. State of Florida, did pass two Joint to be paid to such officers and mar 24 Peet North ,. < ; : ; i is :
Despite the fact that this boat traffic Resolutions proposing amendments to vest in them additional powers and 77" West 335 : r ( .t ;: : ti gt
the Constitution of the State of Flor- duties. No county office shall be abol- r .
has decreased to such an extent as ida,, and the same were agreed to by a ished or consolidated with another of- ;..,: .. ..>,.' +;. i' ..
vote of three fifths of all the members fice without making provision for the East Along .:. ; ; .p. : ;:<:'J""f) :; .<;; '
to be almost negligible 'since the extension elected to each house; that the performance of all State duties now River Point i '-'k? >"

of the line to Lake Harbor, voters on said Joint Resolution were or hereafter prescribed by law to be of Biil { : ;3 ; ; ; :t) :Jr{
entered their Journals : '
there is still a strong possibility that with upon the yeas respective and nays thereon -- Nothing performed contained by such herein county shall officer.affect South Begin- Y ; >:' \. i; ;

there will be an increased amountof and they did determine and direct Section 20 of Article III of the Constitution ning ................... 15 43 28 15 Mary .O'Neill ...............::;.":'\)' '-'?7.34,

shipping by water since the open- mitted that the to said the Joint electors Resolutions of the State be sub-at I cept as to of such the State provisions of Florida therein ex- N. W. ;{ of N. E. .: : t '.: '' ';'.: ,

ing of navigable canals by the gov- the General Election in November relate to regulating the jurisdictionand as 'a ...................... 17' 43 28 40 Unknown ........... ...;..:.:.:'.:'.-:'" ;/ ..,4.07 ;

ernment and for that reason a draw- 1936. duties of any class of officers, to West % of S. E'i ... r1t<, :h.. :.., .
THEREFORE. I. R. A. GRAY, summoning and .
impanelling grand .
:pan is being put in the new bridge. Secretary of State of the State of Flor- and petit juries to assessing and collecting and N. E. 's .: :' : t''> :: :
ida, do hereby give notice that a taxes for county purposes and of S. E. 'i and .. :: 4, .', .
GENERAL ELECTION to regulating the fees and compensa- East of S. .
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will be held In each county in Florida tion of county officers. No law author- k "
E. ;'z of S. W. .' < ij .1 ::"f> '
on Tuesday next succeeding the izing the establishing or abolishing of --.r. ,
NORGE REFRIGERATORS first Monday In November A. D. 1936 such Municipal corporation pursuant / and East % ,; ', ,.:.::._. .'y .--i. ,:I. .
I the said Tuesday being the to this Section shall become operativeor of West 'h of ;/ J,: .\;\. i.;,: :': ;':

Furniture and Homo Furnishings f6r the THIIID ratification DAY Or or NOVEMBER rejection of the jority effective of the until qualified approved electors by partici-a ma- S. E. of S. \ '.; ':. "> : :: .l >" : "S. t, :: f';.

said Joint Resolutions proposing I pating in' an election held"ln said W, 'S ____..___...___. 18 43 28 150 Wm. J. Conrad .....___....:.,:.'., 'J g. 5.41..
PHILCO I amendments to the Constitution of: county, but so long as such municipal N. W.'i of N. V". f .' .: ', ; ;''.' ',*.' f.;,''' ,
RADIOS the State of Florida viz.
: I corporation exists under this Section
A JOINT RESOLUTION the Legislature may amend or extend 'l Less Acres ,
Proposing to Amend Section 3 of the I the law authorizing the same without near : 2 Y1+f
Household FurnishingsInc. Article XIII of the Constitution of I I referendum to the qualified voters ; ; : ; ?i1i; t6
the State of Florida Relating to unless the Legislative act providing Corner _. ..... n 20 43' 28 38 Unknown __. r-n.. ,
Provisions for the Aged Infirm and I for such amendment or extension shall East 'A of : : ,

Unfortunate.' provide for such referendum. 'i of N. W. '/.. 20 43. 28, 20 :Unknown.; .........:.---.t..1'. ,., ". 2.81, .
Be It Ilenolied Hy The Legislature of I Approved June 4 1935. ., ."
: :
BELLE The State of riorldn: North 'z of N. E. '. ;: ;;.::,:,',. :' a' :
GLADE, FLORIDA That Section 3 of Article XIII of the of N. W. 43 ,28'. 20 Unknown .: 6";
2.6.. "' ": "::.:':,:" -:: J.c..1.
Constitution of the State of Florida, The votes cast in compliance with East 3-4 of S. r
relating to Provisions for. the Aged. said proposed {'r..
amendments and the '
Infirm, and Unfortunate, be and the canvass, declarations and returns :
1 B. MershonAGENT same is hereby amended, and as am- thereof shall be subjected to the same and West V ., >
ended is agreed. to and shall be sub- regulations and restrictions as are ; if.: .: ? ,
West '4
of ] ) #
mitted to the electors of the State of I provided by law for general. elections : ? ifii
Florida at the next general election in the State of Florida.IN .. : : : ,:
to be held on the first Tuesday after TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 'a and West : r ,
the first ,
Monday in November 1936, for I have hereunto set my of East 'A : ,1 ..,
New ratification or rejection; said Section hand and affixed the Great :./'. '
York, Life 3 of Article XIII as amended shall Seal of the State of Florida SE14ofN. \: -S I 5., '.. / -. ",' J.E'
read as follows at i 28' E. S. ..... .: :. ..:;:.: ;:/1..f 2:93
Tallahassee the Capital, ............ 29 43' 50 Royer ; : ;
Insurance "Section 3. The respective countiesof this the 1st day of August, % : ,
CompanyARCADIA west of ,; : f'r/; ; :
the State shall provide in the man- !I A. D. 1936. :: ; : > .
ner prescribed by law, for those of the I (SEAL) West '_ of S. .'0: '. "' ," :, .i'i-
FLORIDA I II inhabitants who by reason of age. Infirmity -I!I R. A. GRAY, W. 'i ;f N. E.: ,' : .:: : : : >: '" :::1/; '::

_. or misfortune, may have i: Secretary of State. I ',4 ..................__.. 29 43 28 10 May K. Royer ........,.. ::-. :.', 1.76.
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S. E. v.. of S. E. ,'

Announcement :- NOTICENotice 'G of N. 1V. 5. H 28 10 Unknown .................:---.._. .' 1:06.

Since the N. W. 'f of N. E. I ,. .'- .

closing of the 'a of N. W. ; 8 44 28 10 Clifford Adams ...............: .._ ; ,1.06. .

CHRISTIAN riAKBER SHOP is hereby. given that the following described lands, or so West 'S of N. E. ) .. '.
much thereof as will 'be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes '4 of N. E. 'f ':": "' ,

T. C. (Shorty) herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sales and of N. 1V. ,% .... 8.-44 28 5 Olive D. Adams .............. '. : 1.36
,. advertising, will be sold at Public Auction 8' Nelson H. Tin depaugh ..... ..' 9.81 J t
on the Seventh day of Sep- S.V.. % .............. 44 28 160 <
MusgraveIs tember A. D. 193G, at the hour of 12 O'Clock '
Noon, 'at the Courthouse North 4 of N. \V. I '
Door, in the City of LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida. 'f and i S. E. 'y .i '. .\ ." .

Employed InTurner's of N. W. .... 21 44 28 120 'Vm. Freeman ..............,.:.- 8.00, :

Government Lot 'r ,: ..,, '

Barber Shop 1 .................... 6" 43. 29 31 Ul known .:...........:..:...7.7.' ;.::, 15.68
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in Hopkins Building:; Amount.of Taxesai Government Lot '. '-:,";r'::. ...
Description. of land g. > OwnerS ;. .'. ',; \Ji
Except a "
I And solicits the patronage a to $ and Costa r- '. ;' .
of all .;. strip 222 Feet t .
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y. his farmer customers. W H C4 .<1 Wide on East -' -

., Side and Ex- ': .
... East % of S. E. cept a strip l ': / "

.,' n of N E. % 210 Feet wide I

1 and Beginning : on West side .. G 43 29 37 Mattie'Burnette ............... 7.29

: -- N E. Corner of Begin at S. W. /

; I Liberty Point.Fishing West % of S. J Corner of Gov- t

E. ernment Lot 2 ", '
H of N. E. r
Camp % West 210 North to North -t-
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' Feet, South Boundry, East
Excellent Black Bass
Fishing 420 Feet East 210 Feet ,

BOATS TO RENT i 210 J' e eJ t, South to Bank

Artificial Bait For Sale I North 420 Caloosahatchee
Feet to Begin- I River, Westerly -

I Follow Signs from Liberty Point ning; Also Be- along Meanders -

corner on old Cleviiston Road.J. ginning N. E. of River .

L. TINDALE, Manager. Corner S. E. & to Point bf Be- .
West 667 Feet I ginning ............ 6 43 29 6 Olney and T. Ht BanIon 4.7''


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