The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00595
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,-. LOWE IS CONVICTED : CAMERAMEN llLiliLiFARMJNDUSTRIES American Legion Elects'School Will Open Here

Jones As CommanderA.


O. Jones was elected commander Monday

ADKINSON MURDER of the Clewiston American Legion I
Post No. 93 at their regular meeting I II o ',;
---- for election of officers held at the I Dredge Ventnor APPROPRIATE OPENING EXERCISES t::
Within a few we ks Clewiston res- Inn TO BE MELD IN -
J., C. Lowe, of Gardner and a Tuesday night. Mr. Jones succeeds ..
Clewiston resident for a few weeks idents may see many familiar sceneson Jay Wi. Moran who has served Completes ChannelThe AUDITORIUM ;/
the of their favorite theatre r _
was found guilty by a Hardee screen -I for the past year. .r a
county jury Saturday of the murderof I. and perhaps get an opportunity Other officers elected were: F. M. I The summer vacation for schoolchildren

E. D. Adkinson, a mechanic for. to see how they appear in the mo- Wright, vice-commander; S. A. dredge Ventnor, property of I of Hendry county will end
I vies. For the past two weeks: movie: Graves, of LaBelle, Adjutant Ros-
the U. S. Sugar Corporation in their
the Hill Dredging Company of At-I next Monday morning and in all of .
shops here. The jury deliberated for cameramen have been taking pictures coe A. Miller, LaBelle, Historian;
\ lantic City and working on the Will- the county the students will meet to
in Clewiston and and
I vicinity R. H.Hall, Chaplain; Jay W. Moran
two and a quarter hours Before returning receive their books
will make a two or three reel picture and Drew: Hampton of LaBelle as banks and Pierce contract on the I and assignmentsand
their verdict of guilty in the
I I on Tuesday will get down to
with sound to be the
first degree with no recommendation -. completed by sergeants-at-arms. north shore levee near Okeechobee, work in earnest.
for' mercy. The verdict automat-I first of the year. this week completed the first por- ,,,4
The primary object of the movieis The local school will hold their '
ically carries a penalty of tion of their I
contract; a mile and
to show the production of sugar opening exercises in the school au-
The case was tried before Judge SCHOOL BOARD MET three-quarters floodway channelat
from the time the cane is planted, ditorium at 9:00 to which all pat-
Barker and was prosecuted by L. the mouth of the Kissimmee Riv- '
through every step until it is turned j rons of the school are invited and'
Grady Burton. Lowe was defendedby er. Trie dredge is
now working at
out a finished product. Shots will be urged I to attend. A tentative program -
I. P. Barlow and A. Yancc3' HERE LAST MONDAYIN the Kissimmee River bridge and will
taken of all the lake rim from Moore for the opening, outlined by
I Teachey of Wauchula. begin actual levee construction I
..1 Haven to Port Mayacca showing thn Principal B. E. Herring, is as follows _
When last at road house
seen a within a short time.
J development the agricultural REGULAR :
sugar SESSIONThe
west of town Adkinson and Lowe The Atlantic Dredging (
development and the big '
governmen' Opening songselected.DevotionalFr. .
together. This the night
were was on is also making excellent progress on
of July 4th. A few days' later Adkin- project. Aerial photos will also be their contract of widening, deepen- J. F. Walsh, pas'
son's body was pulled from Charlie taken, probably toward the' close of county school board met In ing and straightening Taylor Creek tor of St. Margaret's Catholic *
the picture making and the finished Clewiston Monday night in their regular church.
Creek near Wauchula by State Road from Okeechobee City to the. lake.
result should be something that I monthly meeting at the high Song.-selected. :;
workers with two bullet holes thru This company moved their largest I I
I the head. Suspicion fastened on every resident of the Glades' will school auditorium. It was a short machine from their Caloosahatchee Talk by Rev. Holmes Logan, 'pas- .

Lowe immediately when he showedup want to. see. session, a number of things pertain- River contract when the June floods I tor of the Moore Haven Methodist ....
During this week shots have been ing to the opening of schools in the church. :
with Adkinson's and told
car came and expect to finish Taylor'sCreek j 1
I i
rather disconnected story of how it taken of various points of inter- county being speedily disposed of. and return to the Caloosahatchee -' Introduction of the trustees and
came into his possession. It soon est in Clewiston, the homes on the All members were present. to finish their contract there the board members. .:

developed that he had taken another -, government reservation and plant- O. Markette was given the positionof before time is up. Introduction of teachers from primary ',, J
man and two girls on a trip down ing operations in some of thu near janitor at the Clewiston school. grades through high school

the West Coast, spending maney cane fields. The school bus contract was a- with each expected to make a short : '
Than Two Sections
freely, in Lowe's car. Adkinson was warded te Jack Moorman on the bus talk. 't'
known to- have had quite a sum of Large Crowd ExpectedAt running into Clewiston from Hook- Outline of proposed work and
money in his possession when last ,er's Point. Will Wallace will drive Unleased For FarmingJ. I schedules for the coming year by "

seen here. Lowe had no money or Concert Tonigh?I the Bear Beach-Harlem school bus. Prof. Herring.I .
no job and had lived by sponging I The bid of Lake Motors, Inc., for I Herring states that it is prob- ,
I I E. Beardsley, rental agent for able that the new coach, Matthew ,
off anyone who would permit it. one all steel bus was accepted,_ pur-
Although the evidence against Final arrangements were beinjf.made .[chase price being $1,500.00. Th. the greater part of the farm land II Morrison will wish to make a talk -10'
Lowe was largely circumstantial k I this morning in preparation board instructed the attorney to ad- between Lake Harbor reported this on his proposed athletic schedule at :. .
is said, Prosecutor Burton built uj< for the concert to be given in tlitT, rtise for sealed bids on anotherall week that there was only a section I the opening exercises. f1
a powerful case against the accus- civic park this evening by the West steel bus, pupil capacity 75. and a half of land unleased at this Following the program the pupils .'. '
ed man in a trial which lasted from Palm Beach Concert Orchestra un-. The board authorized the payment time in Unit 5 of the South Florida will be sent to their various homerooms ,::j
Tuesday through Saturday of last der the direction of Geo. Hulme. As i of $10.00 monthly to' each Conservancy District. 'This unit con- where books will be distributed : "'
j week and 'attracted considerable at- the day progressed it was felt that I head teacher of the two nursery tains approximately sixteen and a and assignments made by their ,
tention. Several witnesses from the weather would be ideal tonightfor schools operated.. by., the.. Florida half sections, more than ten thous- teachers in each subject. 'j
Clewiston were called to testify in the holding of the outdoor con- : Works Progress Administration.This and, five hundred acres. I Most of' the faculty members are .i
,;' the trial and before the grand 'jury cert by the WPA orchestra.The allowance Is for transportationof Of this section and a half of un already here and the remainder are

when Lowe was indicted. concert is being sponsored the, pupils from their homes to leased land for farming, one sectionis I expected to arrive tomorrow for the :;j

e -v -. Attorneysintimated that* they by the Clewiston American Legion the school and return. sawgrass land and undesirablefor faculty meeting which ,has been call- .,:.<1
would ask for a new trial and for Post and their friends and everything Upon motion it was decided to pay -most truck crops. This leaves ed' for ten .o'clock Saturday morn-
that reason Judge Barker did not I has been put readiness for up .all back teachers' salaries at once only 320 acres of good land avail-I ing. A last minute change in the _
set a date for the condemned man's I the people of Clewiston and surrounding and to pay as many local bills as able and this will probably be planted faculty was made necessary by an injury -
execution. communities to get the full possible either in whole or in part.It before the season is well along. I in an accident of Mrs. W. L. .
benefit of this classical orchestra was also decided that bus drivers The land 11.u> that area T.ema f n e*: I: Beacom, First Grade teacher. Her '.

Rock Hauling Contract which is made possible to small com- should be given full power to rather dry, the heavy rains which I i place will be taken by Miss Saundal '1
munities through a WPA project for eject any student from a bus who have visited other sections only just: Watson, of Quincey.The .

I Awarded By 'Engineers unemployed musicians.The misbehaves during the ride to or grazing this territory.' For that rea high 'school students have responded -
stage has been enlarged in from school. Parents' are to be noti- sons many farmers are delaying well this week: to Principal
i -- the park an'd seats provided for the : fied that the misbehavior of childrenon planting until a. little later when Herring's request that they meet

I When bids were opened in the members of the orchestra. A drop the buses will not be tolerated the ground is more moist. with ,him and arrange their schedule
I district U. S. Engineer office in curtain has also been provided for because the lives of other childrenas Further around the lake to the of subjects for the term. Mr. Herring -
Jacksonville last Saturday morningfor the back of the stage in order that well as their own is endangered east as well as west of CJewistou in stated Wednesday that almost

hauling rip-rap rock and dirt on those seated in front of the stage when one diverts the attention of Disston Island, a considerable acre- all of the three upper grades in high
the East Shore the bid of the Ebers- will be able to hear better. the driver. If any students persistin age of beans and other vegetableshave school had been taken care of.
been planted. Farmers are all Every child who has attained the
bach Construction Company of Tam- sticking their heads or arms out
NAME OF CLEWISTON enthusiastic over the prospects and of -six before the first of
pa, at present engaged, in rebuilding of windows, scuffling or fighting on age years
COMPANY IS CHANGED are predicting a most successful sea- next January will be permitted to
Conner's Highway, was found to below the bus the driver may tell them to
and is likely that official awardof get out and walk until such time as I son. enter school. Efforts are still being
contract will be made within a The corporation which has done they feel that they can behave. This made to get WPA a librarian but as
business under the of the I FORMER TEACHER yet the project has not been -
few days. The bid was $.55 per cu. name action is considered a very necessary INJUREDIN approved.
yd. for approximately 127,000 yards, Clewiston Company for a number of safety precaution. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTMrs. .
a total bid of about $70,000. The years changed its name recently to Following the meeting the mem-
government estimate was said to be The Clewiston Realty and Invest- bers of the board visited the Harlem W. L. Beacom, first grade School To Receive

\. $.71 per yard._ ment Company. school and expressed themselves as teacher in the local school last year
Capt.. G. E. Linkswiler, of the local The name change became effec- very well pleased with this negro and under contract to return again WPA Art PlaquesThe
" office, and J. F. McLure, of Can tive the first of September.. No rea- school which is just being completed this year was injured in an automo-
.I 1 'al Point who is directly in charge of son for the change was given. by of- built with W. P. A. labor and bile wreck in Jacksonville recently
the work for the U. S. Engineers, attended ficials. partial grant.Kiwanis and is recuperating in a-Jacksonville art department of the Works
W the letting and Capt. Link- I hospital, it was learned the first of: Progress Administration has pre-
swiler states that he is well satis- DREDGE TO MOVE this week when M. E. VonMach, I|II sented the Clewlston school with

fied that the Ebersbach., Company FROM RIVER JOB Hears TalK local member of the county school :: four large bar relief 'plaques in ,
made the low bid: They are familiar board received a letter from one of I, plaster all four of which illustrate

with the type of work and he feels The hydraulic dredge "Dania" On Vacation TripThe Mrs. Beacom's friends stating that different views of children at play.
that they will 'do the work well and which has been working for the past she would be forced to cancel her The plaques will be hung in the
make a profit even though the bid several months. on the contract of contract. school and will be of great decorative -
is somewhat lower than had been the Atlantic Dredging and Construc- Kiwanis Club at their meet- Her most serious injury was a value.
anticipated. /, tion Company near LaBelle has finished Wednesday night was treatedto blow in the back which will necessi- The W. P. A. art director was '
The work to be done consists of her portion of the work and a short talk by A. W. Sias, who tate a series of treatments at the here this morning and conferred
loading and trucking the rock and j has been granted permission by the recently returned from a vacation of hospital. She was also cut about the with M. E. VonMach in regard to
dirt from the spoil banks of the St. U. S. Engineer sub-office here to several weeks: duration. Mr. Sias was forehead by broken windshield glass. securing these plaques for all coun-
Lucie canal to be used in the build- be moved to a job which the company not given an opportunity to preparea Mr. VonMach immediately gotin ty schools. Each plaque, he stated,
ing of a revetment wall and back-fill 1 has in the Anclote River near talk but his impromptu description touch with Miss Saundal Watson, in valued. :: at about two hundred dol-
along the badly eroded section of*,.Tarpon. Springs. of his vacation trip was much Quincy, by wire and within twenty: lars, most of which is the art work
levee through the open lake from Permission was also granted the enjoyed. four hours Miss Watson had accepted -: entailed. The actual cost of materialis
Bacom Point to Port Mayacca. I Standard Dredging Company to From Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. Sias the position. She comes here very low and this cost is, all that
move their dredge "Diesel" off their went to Punta Gorda where they highly recommended and has had a I I must be stood by the sponsor of
LOCAL BALL CLUB TO I contract on the western end of the were joined by Mr. Sias' two sistersFor number of years experience in : the project. Because of the fact ,that
PLAY BELLE GLADE!J Caloosahatchee River and finish the remainder of the trip. Taking mary teaching. Pd-I they have only a limited time in
I their contract with one machine, the their time they stopped many timesIn I which to occupy the working quarters -
What is expected to be the last:' ',Tampa." This company is now ap- Florida and Georgia and at pointsof P.-T. A. MEETING which they now have he stated
baseball game of the season will be proximately 11% ahead of their con- interest on their way thru eastern I that all such plaques must be turn-
Cj'I'i played Sunday at Belle Glade be-:( tract time and it is believed that Tennessee into Ohio and to The first P.-T. A. meeting of .the ed.out in the next six weeks.
tween the team of that town and I the one dredge will finfsh the job Cleveland for the Great Lakes Ex- new school year will be held at 3:30 I Each plaque is 34 inches by18
I ,, the Clewiston-Engineers team. This on time. Both dredges hail progressed position. Here they stayed two days next Friday afternoon in the school I it'ches. The same 'department has
V I is a return game, the locals having, to a point where each interfered taking in the sights of the Exposition auditorium and it is hoped that all, also made some colored plaques of
been defeated by Belle Glade in their with the other's efficiency It Is re- and Mr.\ Sias stated that the large delegation of patrons will, at-" Seminole Indian heads some colored -
first engagement two weeks ago. I I ported. Florida Exhibit far'outclassed any, tend. .. and some made especially for
In the first game Clewiston gavea I Just when the two dredges will be. other. exhibit there. They then wentto The meetings will be held on the student coloring. Two of these were
good account of themselves and I. moved out of the river has not been Buffalo and Nlagra Falls. They third Friday of.each month. through-I i presented : to Mr. VonMach. They
with Harold Brenner in the box: disclosed. visited both the American and Canadian out the term. are also distributing beautiful en-
pitching masterful ball I I'I
the outcomewas falls during the day spent I largements of Seminole photographic -
in doubt until the last. Brenner'I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spence ,and there before going on to Rochesterto Mr. and I Mrs P.. H. Knight had studies at small cost. Others ofthese
: struck out fourteen batters andgave I eon, Harry, of Orlando, were the I visit friends. They then went inJo as their guests through the Labor plaques and possibly some of
up but very few hits. Errors r guests; for several days last week of New York City and visited points Day holidays her father, James Dumas -, the photographs may be securedfor
contributed. most of the runs for the: \. Spence's sister, Mrs. G. S. MOb! to/ interest. lIe stated that they and her brother,. Joe Dumas of. distribution, to other county

visitors. 'j ley and Mr.. .Mobley. I I (Continued on Page 8) Auburn, Ala. .schools.r .__ .; .

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News Review of Current and PhrasesApres By Take DEAN Joy INGELOW Home, I I Let Go of YouthI I

the World Over F. Aft SO TAKE joy home, have never: had much money,
Events nous le deluge.attributed( ) make a place in thy but I have always enjoyed the
er us the deluge ( to
great heart for her
r things at hand. I have become so
in refer-
Madame de Pompadour, And give her time to and
grow familiar with the face of Nature
ence to signs of an approaching
cherish her; that it is as the face of at old

Bullitt Is Made Ambassador to France-Hitler Stirs Stalinto revolution Bordereaux.). (F.) marginal 'Then will she come and often friend and I love it in every mood.

sing to thee, My.,years have been full of joy
of War-Secretary Dern note; a memorandum. When thou
Talk Chef-d'oeuvre. (F.) A master- are working in the but they have been years of sim-

ties) in Washington.By piece. furrows; ay, plicity and economy. I have never
Or sacred
weeding in the hour sated
fit. L. myselfwith. anything and
De nihilo nihil ( ) Nothing
of dawn.
the bloom is still on my life.I .
comes nothing.En It is fashion to
a comely be
EDWARD W. PICKARD deshabille.F.) In undress. glad- have kept young because I

Western :Newspaper Union. In hoc signo vinces. (L.) By Joy is the grace we to God. have kept free from worldly and
this sign thou,wilt conquer. (Mot- selfish ambitions There is
TRANSFER of William C. Bullitt 1 and South Dakota 22,927. Relief to of Constantine.) nothing like love to keep you
have esti- In the hour
A in Moscow to agricultural adversity
from the embassy Wie Gewonnen, so zerronnen. young-love for your fellow man
He it mated that 110,000 to 120,000 farmers not without hope, for crystal
that in Paris is not surprising. and for Nature-and love is
(Ger.) As won, so flown; "light -
the winter
was who was chiefly will need help through rain falls 'from black clouds. final law.-John Burroughs.
responsible for in the Dakotas. come, go. I

the recognition of

". i1 Soviet govern- ROOSEVELT'S spe- .
ment by the United a quick run to Strong Silent Men

States, and when he .Bismarck, N. D., and the special I Cross Stitch Sampler \I Certainly strong men are not

was rewarded with committee on the drouth, headedby necessarily silent. Caesar wasn't;
Morris L. Cooke, reported to
the ambassadorshipit nor Napoleon; nor Solomon; nor
was, expected he him on its inspection of the afflicted floss, and a design that works upi Daniel Webster; nor Abraham

would be able to area. The President then took an COME IN THE COME IH THE no time, for the background is Lincoln. Lincoln told funny stories
oi Rus- automobile tour through the countryside z EVENING MORNING and
swing a lot plain. Wouldn't it go beautifully good ones.
business to to see for himself some of OR
sian a young girl's room? Perchancethat
the effects of the long dry spell. He
Young Miss will want to do
C. Bullitt. Also it was hoped I conferred with Acting Governor : this easy cross stitch design herself Whitens Clears The
Russian Welford and Senators Nye and Frazier -
his ,
he could persuade I !
not I of North Dakota and Acting I ill
friends to keep their promises Wheeler it' Pattern 1187 comes to you witha L Skin Quickest Way
with com- Governor Holt and Senators -
to disturb this country I transfer pattern of a sampler
and Murray of Montana. Next
munist propaganda. In these respects train carried 12 1-4 by 15 1-4 inches; color sug- No matter how dull and dark your
at least Mr. Bulli'. has beena day Mr. gestions; material requirements; complexion;no matter how freckled and
But he retains him down to Pierre, S. D., and coarsened by andwindKA.DINOLA
disappointment. illustrations of all stitches used.
Roose- thence into other drouth stricken Cream will whiten, ,
the confidence of Send 15 cents in stamps or coins clear and smooth your {j.y{2f/.p, b:
velt and will not be out of placeas states.Roo'sevelt's original schedule (coins preferred) for this patternto skin to'new' beauty, >M'; /
ambassador to the leftist French Mr. The Sewing Circle Needlecraft quickest, easiest way.-
was changed to permit him to makea LYrY'' i Just apply at bedtime; .. /, Y
government. quick run to Salt Lake City for Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York, NADINOLA,tested and f :> ,;.
Bullittis COME "
Some think Mr. COME WHEH "
observers N. Y. trusted for over a gen- .' :''::;
services of of '
the burial Secretary YOU RE WIThOUT
sent to Paris for the purpose of { LOOKED FOR. WARNING eration, begins its beautifying .r. V .::; "
secretly sounding out the major Eu- War Dern.. OR, work while you '. ,..f* ,
the possibilityof S sleep Then you see day- 1;<:VV'\ .
on "
powers '
ropean world economic JUDGE JOHN P. by-day improvement unI.. "'W"4K" '': ; t
reconvening the FEDERAL No matter what the Season-a til your complexion js : tW\j\: {
conference in 1937. of Chicago upheld the sampler's always fun to do, espec- 1 :' restored to creamy: VV
of the Commodity whitesatin
constitutionality I l -
resigned as
Jesse Isador Straus when it offers colorfula
cially as
loveliness. No
disappointments long
ad- Exchange act and denied an injunction -
ambassador to France on the picture, as quaint a verse, as waiting for results. Money-back guar-
vice of his physicians. The President to restrain this. You'll find it a grand way to MUFTI SHOE WHITE will not rub off. antee.At all toilet counters, only.50c.0r
asked members of the Chicago I Contains Ingredients of Mufti Homo Dry Cleaner
wrote him that "if this administration by use up scraps of cotton or silk to CLEAR as it Whitens targa Bottles 25P write NADINOLA,Box 4.7. ParisTenn.SID .
shaL be continued for Mercantile exchange. Judge Barnes

. another four years, ,I shall count on agreed with the contention of Special -

your returning as a part of it." Assistant Attorney General

Ib.. Wendell Berge that the act is :w ? :::::::: ::? : ::?: f. :==:::<:: .: :i : iY : ; :;: : Y f .>4
, T> EICHSFUEHRER HITLER has 'merely an extension of. the pro- f.: ::;:: : : Yr ; I t If.lh f ::; r }r f:: Mf.1r : jf W:1:: qftf ; : ii1J'

visions of the grain futures act," .... .. ,. ,.>>,.., ',.., D ... ,X" ... ."IjjW ." oWt D
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injected a more ::: ::: A :i: : ][!J "Ut.?
armamentrace which has been held constitutionalby +. J( : :lJi.! : :: : ; ; t J t.fi. i.: :
into the international the United State Supreme ., ...x..xx.: : :. ......\... ..:"......"...,. .:..;.:..,.... .. ..,... ..::.:".,........'.:.< .....'....'w ....:.::.....,.:....,.,>' :::: "."..:" : ;...,, ,....w. .cx....it..... .". ",:..... .aX f;j b..
by suddenly announcing that Court. -K :;W@\.SWl::;: W4}W<<''M J.'f WJNzX: x::: ::t;):;:F:w.'Wr:: ;wmW;: ):f:1f.@JtW1WWt: ?: ffiW: : tNtW$>:?MWN;:f-z ;tW4Zo
the term for compulsory military

service for Germans was doubled-

two years instead of one. As matters FIGURES given out by the De- X CM STAMP '(EAU' BUTWIIy DID x WANTED SOME

V are just now in Europe, this partment of Commerce revealed YOUR BAU TEMPER, YOU NAVE To TELL ADVICE ABOUT You! YEflH/GOT

appeared to be aimed directly that July merchandise exports from BUTYaUR INDIGE 7oN THAT AMMALTRAIHGR 14EGdruERVouS > ouB rUTNE'ALIVEHICH -

against soviet Russia, and if the the United States declined to $178- AND LOSS OF SLEEP ALL ASoUT IT? ANDJf r VJUST'AS ;, ( PROVED

London newspapers are to be be- i 324,000, the lowest i WILL MAKE You Mi% WHAT BUSINESS( & YOU Hl: LOST ARE NoW/ AND ;: THAT//OtfS WON'TOACE <
lieved, Dictatcr Stalin recognizesthis level of the' year, THAT SOME iTOFHfg( ? EAT HAM .
Or !
and reacts as might be expected. I while imports increased -
S No
The London Evening to $193,409-
* and Daily Mail both assert that 000, leaving an unfavorable ? : .;' << ANIMALTRAINER.

Stalin, in a secret radio address to I balance of WHY, (T TooI.TuoSE .

the red army, said: trade of $15,085,000for !.IONS TREE
f>' V ,}:?;:' "fvi::
'- "Comrades of the red forces: We .. the month. It k WEEKSTo'fEACK
; 4cJaa;
are on the, very eve of momentous t r +' was the second suc- f4CMiHE

events. At any moment now you cessive month an '-

may be called upon to lay down hS% unfavorable balancewas <

your lives for the defense of the .V.. _____ reported. How- ; '
proletarian' birthland. ever, compared with

This is the moment you have Sec. Roper. the 1935 month, exports 1 VSi f MR' '
were up 3 per cent and imports ; E F E :
been anticipating, and now' your \
birthland is expecting you to do up 9 per cent. T : : I

the duty you have so eagerly awaited. The unfavorable balance was re-
. ,
. garded by Secretary Commerce ,
"Our enemies are gettin&: into po Roper as convincing proof of economic ?

" sition. So be ready. The enemiesare recovery in the United States ; i:: t. .,

on the frontiers of our great because nearly half the increase in

land. Keep watch."Everything imports over last year in dollar 7' ITIS Nor BUNK: OIIt ALL RIGHT '$.

.. money could buy, volume was accounted for by lux- I WHO DRESSED s.TNAT SAND lUotU YOU DO DRINK Y WILL! IF YoJ'LL 2:
-- everything the genius of man could ury items such as furs and whiskyand ; H HIS TORN ARM A Lor I SUPFoSEA Too MUCH COFFEE, KEEP QUIET ABOUT ;
invent and everything the loving commodities not extensively 1 OF LtoW WOULDN'T
,_. labor of the workers could make produced in this country, such as COFFEE--NERVE5 BUNK $ifl= MM EVEN GOT COFFEE-NERVES:>: TRA 1NER!

have been given into your hands for wood-pulp, paper, nickel and tin. -MADE HIM QUIT\ '(F HE BIT! a- WHY DON'T YOU cla5E5.I

the defense and: glory of the Soviet COFFEE AND FIRST TRY) OSTVM ? :. z ; : fM trCKEp
land." I AFTER more than five weeks of SWITCN To AGAIN:

i The London papers say other So- desperate' fighting'. neither trip FOSTUM Z < -- y

viet leaders followed Stalin with Spanish loyalists nor the rebels S&TXv 1

similar talks. The foreign officein were able to claim a decided ads 'M' )?i

Moscow flatly denied that the vantage, and it became evident that cc t \ Tx''I #&*

dictator had delivered any such ad- the conflict would be long drawn vVy'ifWV..''* f ,
dress as was reported. out' if the other European nations LjJ ';%$,14 i iiJ

. German economists, worried over could keep aloof. This latter even- g

',' the mounting costs of re-arming tuality was made more probableby r **5

': their country, were told the dou- Adolf Hitler's announcementthat

; bling of the term of military serv- the German government had

ice would not be quite so expensiveas ordered an embargo on arms to tiS>iu j r .

it appeared, for more men in Spain. He thus lined his countryup
barracks fewer dole. with Great Britain and France,
means on iii
However, the national debt contin- and Italy had accepted the French ; :

ued to grow and ways of meeting proposal for neutrality, though' with
payments are becoming fewer and some reservations.

more scanty. These "neutral" nations, how-
ever, do not intend to be imposed OF COURSE, children should

OF WAR GEORGE upon and both the British and the never drink coffee. And manygrownups

SECRETARY. died in Walter Reed German governments made strong DAYS LATER : f ,too,find that the cafjir
protests to the Madrid government WHYTAT S fein in coffee disagrees withthem.Ifyouarebotheredbyheadaches.
hospital, Washington, of heart dis AV-71.fAr' A/07W/A/6/ / / COMPAREDA : rlQ
against alleged violation of the free-
ease and other complications re- WONDERFUL-NEW .
sulting from influenza. He had beenill dom of the seas. Five British war- LION fG TO YOUR OWN NEW t. \.Mgr: ,;%: indigestion or can't sleep
since last spring but part of the ships set sail from Gibraltar and DE AGT7D f"":: :t:A '.::::(.;:h=I/ soundly..tryPostumfor30days.
Hitler sent seven from the Balticto CHW&ED r : % }Postum contains no caffein. It isY"
time had insisted
on attending to :::::: :::::: t-J:
his official duties, keeping this up enforce the demands that inter- '.:;:Hit simply whole wheat and bran,
ference with shipping cease. The SWITCHED To roasted and slightly sweetened.
'even from his sick bed. Mr. Dern,
who was sixty-four years old, was crews of these vessels were readyfor zn POSTUM! Try Postum.You may miss coffee
, brilliant immediate action. atfirst, but after 30 days you'll a.,
formerly a mining engineerand
was the second non-Mormon to The United States does not con- love Postum for its own rich,satisfying flavor. It is ;

be elected governor of Utah, serv- sider the attempted blockade of reb easy to make,delicious,economical,and may prove a

ing two terms. el-held ports any more valid than real help.A product of General.Foods.

do the European nations. Secre- tip? F R E E-Let us send you your first.vrcek'a supply of
tary Hull told the Madrid foreign
Postuin/rce/ Simply mall coupon. 0 IOU! o. P'. CORP.
ANNOUNCEMENT was made by office: "My government directs me

in Washingtonthat to inform you that, with the friend- GENERAL FOODS.Battle Creek. Mich. WAT 11-12-31
more than 110,000 farmers are liest feelings toward the Spanish Send me, without obligation: a week's supply of Postum.

t now at work on Works Progress administration government, it cannot admit the legality

i projects in the drouth of any action on the part of Name-

a. areas of the West and Central West. the Spanish government in declar- Street

. About half of the farmers on the ing such ports closed unless that City .State-

WPA rolls are in. North and South government declares and maintainsan Fill in completely print namo and address
Dakota. North Dakota If you live in Canada address:General Foods,Ltc!..
reported effective blockade of such
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) UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL First Stepping-Stone :.h
BRISBANETHIS Seasoned FellowThe queer'words, coined from '

&1 the English, but which would
I world u simply the
THIS puzzle most of the
people in this
SUNDAY newspapers contained the
of our vast life
WEEK LessonBy '
country, are gradually finding
report of a terrible accident on the first stepping-stone from
their way into the French :lan-
the railway during the weekend.One nonentity into the boundless
" the members of
.. Dean of the Moody Bible Institute pf younger expanse'of possibility. It is the
War Financing of Chicago. the club looked up and addressed infant-school of the soul. The or "record-
France Pays Piper : Western Newspaper Union. Wimbleby, a henpecked little man. universe woman"-is applied to a person '
physical spread out
Lottery Millions ."Were you ever in a railway accident before us and the spiritual who rides a bicycle, kicks a 'football
drives a car, sails a boat
Ability to Endure Lesson for September 13 ? trials and mysteries of our ,
runs a race or performs
"Not so far as I can emember" discipline are simply our primer soma
One hundred and fifty-three lead- other feat better than anyone else.A .
economists out THE COUNCIL IN JERUSALEMLESSON Wimbleby murmured in reply. our 'grammar, our spelling-
Ing British mapping can person who competes in .
"Not that remember?
you dictionary to teach us some-
a new plan to cross-country is "cross-
race a
M'< M __' 'l'EXT-Act 15:22-29; Gala- the young ,man exclaimed. "But thing of the language we are -
man. The word "biffman"
preserve tians 2:1, 2, 9, 10. surely you must-" to use in our maturityStarrKing. to
say "the impor- GOLDEN TEXT -For ye, brethren, describe an aggressive boxer has
tance of American were called for freedom; only use not "No my. boy" Wimbleby said; not yet become' current French ;
cooperationin your freedom for an occasion to the "believe me when you've been but it is rapidly gaining popu- '
flesh, but through love be servants one We cannot be at best ;
the work of married for twenty-five years or our larity. Meanwhile a boxer is saidto
w peacemakingcannot to another. so, you're apt to overlook little when under the spell of fear.
PRIMARY TOPIC -How to Settle a have "knock-oute" his adver-
be overestimated Quarrel. things like that.-Montreal Star. saries.
\ :" JUNIOR TOPIC-How to Settle a Dispute -

hoped It is that to the be INTERMEDIATE. AND SENIOR TOP- Kidd Not a Pirate The boat was taken February 1,' Italy Bans "Sandwich"You ;
IC-What Is Christian Living? 1698.
part that America YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Captain Kidd wasn't a pirate The English East Indian com- cannot ask for a *'sand-

will play in -How. to Live as a Christian. assorts his descendant, Fay pany was so powerful at home, wich" in Italy any more. It has

future European Although the first council at Bragg, thirty, English clerk, af- however, that it succeeded in having been announced in Rome that the ''Y
affairs, such as exhaustive of family word has been banished from -'.
V Jerusalem (Acts 11)) had decided ter an study Captain Kidd convicted of
I war financing, that "to the Gentiles also hath God and official records. I piracy.An the Italian language because it ,
may be very eas- the William Kidd owes its origin to a famous earl
Arthur Brisbane granted repentance unto life, Capt. was com- unexpected charge of murderwas
ilyoverestimated. question did not stay settled, for missioned by the crown to hunt brought against Captain Kidd in a "sanctionist" country. Now it
If those gentlemen cannot abstain there were persistent Judaizing down pirates as a "privateer" and who did not deny he struck down will be known as "pampieni"-

from cutting each other's throats teachers who now contended that was "railroaded" in his convictionof the chief gunner but held he had which means filled bread.MarbleFaced .
without the assistance and of
money even though the Gentiles could be piracy which caused him to be I done so to prevent mutiny.
the United then let
them cut each other's, why throats., saved, they had to come into the hanged on Execution Doc May 23 Dam ';

@J church by way of Judaism and 1701. Bragg- says he is ready to i Direct The only marble-faced dam in the
fulfill the Jewish rite of circumcision. prove that. Old of love used to be "
France is learning that the people songs world is that on the plains of
This raised the vital and The good captain's downfall "about" the loved in '
always pay the piper, whoeverthe sung one Marathon battle field ancient =
piper may be-a great conqueror fundamental question of came after he captured the the third person but today's are Greece. It was constructed there
Law (Acts 15:1). Quedagh Merchant of,Surat, prop- full of stuff.
leading them to war, or a clever I. Grace versus "you-oo-oo" recently to supply water for ;
politician loading them with taxes.In The entire future of the gospel erty of the English East Indian Athens and the stone in it was ,k

France, sugar has gone up in ministry was in a sense dependent company. but sailing under No PrearrangementMost taken from the quarries which
price; bread and veal have both on the solution of this problem. French pass of safe conduct- of the beautiful sunrises once supplied ancient Greek

gone up; two sous a kilogram for Christianity is the only religious which made the vessel fair game. that are seen are seen by accident. I sculptors. :,
bread, two sous a pound for veal, faith in the world that presents 4'

and the government is held directly justification by grace, all others .
responsible by the housewife as regards follow the path of works. The

the bread, for the French gov- question now was, shall works of
ernment fixes the price of breadas the law be mingled with grace -

,ours fixes the price of postage can Jesus Christ alone save men,
stamps. or is salvation through Jesus

Christ, plus something else. How .
Trailing behind England and the was such a serious question to be
United States the French with less settled? Should argument and

,than 20 per cent of,American unem- strife be permitted to go on until

ployment, are discussing great pub- the stronger party prevailed? Bet-
lic works to absorb the idle. ter judgment indicated the desir- S TWO EXTRA LAYERS OF GUM,
Billions ability of.
are spoken of, but the

millard," French word for "bil II. Council Rather Than Contro- / DEEP CUi NON SNID TREAD ;'
lion," means only one billion four- versy (vv. 2-21).
cent pieces, the franc having been There may be times when it be- AMORE RUBBER ON THE ROAD

reduced by government fiat to that comes the duty of the Christian I CUM DIPPED CORD BODY ''
price. If a, billion meant here 25- worker to take an uncompromising -
000 francs, equivalent to the American stand for the truth of God and 8&5 LONGER HON-S1UD MILEAGE

billion when the dollar was refuse to be moved, come what /II'I
good, the French might well faint may. But certainly there shouldbe

o away although they are fundamen- no such spirit in dealing with 1rnw

tally, a rich people. differing interpretations of Scrip- / F
When Bismarck laid on France an ture on the part of sincere and

indemnity equivalent to $1,000,000000 ,- earnest Christian brethren.

after 1870, he thought he had The question was honestly and
asked for about all France could carefully considered by the second

raise after a hard war. The French council at Jerusalem, with the re- h.

government offered bonds to pay sult that'there was a

Bismarck, and the French people HI. Vindication of the Preachersof

subscribers to the loan 14 times God's Grace (Acts 15:22-29: ; .,

over. Bismarck had guessed bad- Gal. ,2:1, 2, 9, 10).
'ly. France is far richer now thanit disavowal ?
After presenting a plain .
was then.French of those who had troubled them >

and subverted their souls (what a :
labor demands the 40- serious thing it is to teach error ,:;1
hour week and the government concerning God's Word!), the 0 ; }

agrees; it also demands wage in- council being of one accord gave :;;

creases from 12 to 17 per cent, and recognition to Paul and Barnabasas ::0
that makes the country a little men who had "hazarded their

thoughtful. lives for the name of the Lord
With a shorter week, ,diminished Jesus."

production and higher wages, No man should think more highlyof ":
bread, sugar, veal and many other '"
himself than he ought. Humilityis
things must go up in price. Possi-
a Christian grace which well
bly the French worker who
befits a sinner saved by grace. But
works while he is at it will
man- .
the Bible abounds with admonitionsto /
age to produce as much in 40 hoursas the startling announcement of this new tire

he has done hitherto in 48 or honor laborer one as another being ,worthy to recognizethe of his SINCE Firestone Factories have been busy day and BATTERIES -

more; even then increased wages hire, to give recognition I to those night in an effort to satisfy the big: demand. ao f tcs Longer tart"1*
will be added to the price of living ec.
who are over us in the Lord. How When buy the new Firestone Standard, you save 1'se.
and eventhe worker you
who must .
will growl. / long is it since you or your church five ways-better raw materials, buying at source of supply, 95 I
comforted and encouraged some more efficient manufacturing, volumeproduction '

How long will America continue faithful teacher, preacher, missionary and more economical distri Exct.)

j pouring thousands $f millions of dollars or other Christian worker, by bution.Savings! are passed on to you in the
giving such recognition as the 9 5 RI(
into gambling, lottery $ tire value known.
sweep- greatest
stakes and other foreign enter- council at Jerusalem gave to Paul 6 6 n A K E PLUGS
and Barnabas? 4.40-21 Never before have you seen so much -
prises? L I H I n c
The final decision of the councilis tire carries
tire for the and
It is interesting to read that in money every
the banks of Dublin there are 25 sent not only by Paul and Bar- 430-20 $7.45 the Firestone name and guarantee,which
nabas, but also by a committee non-skid $33O53c
millions of dollars undistributedfrom 430-21 7.75 is your assurance of greater
from Jerusalem, a gracious gestureof
the so-called "Hospitals blowout protection and
8.20 efficiency,greater
fellowship. Courtesy is not out 4.75-19 P"S'I IN
Sweepstakes. Hospitals did not
of place in dealing with even such 5.00-19 8.80 longer mileage. LaboExh a srrs
get it-yet;
difficult things as controversies on fu Tritki nd BIIII Don't delay. Get your new set of

It might also enlighten this gov- Christian doctrine in fact it 6.50.20121.95 Firestone Standard Tires from your covfl t
know that should be most in place in sucha and Service Store SEA
ernment to under the law 7.00-20 29.10 Firestone Auto Supply I
mention be made of situation. But as a matter of fresh supply eo*.n'
no can the OlhwSI a or Firestone.Dealer now-a tS
sweepstakes gambling in England.The record they also ,sent Proportionately Low just received.

English are too wise to let their IV. A Letter Which Brought ft:*
money be drained off in any kind of Great Joy (Acts 15:23, 31). SEHriHEL

gambling enterprise, if it is not After addressing the Gentiles as 1 N HORNS

ENGLISH. "brethren," this letter, which has 1T\

been well called "the M a g n a ( $498 AUTO RADIOS
.; School teachers, business heads, Charta of Christian liberty," re- S
chambers of commerce, even cler- viewed briefly the history of the 4.40-21 4.40-21 = $3795 25

,. gymen, might find a good text in matter, disposed of the subverters,
\y Mr. Son, the young Japanese with commended Paul and Barnabasand Tirotonc yircsfonc AurO SUPPLIES
the determined face who won the then without mentioning cir- SENTINEL _COURIER fog

long marathon race at the recent cumcision at all puts upon the Gen 4.50..21. .... I $6.05 4.50-21.$5.60 =3t!
Olympic games in Berlin. tiles "no greater burden than the 4.75.19. 6040 .' 4.75.19 ... 5.92 ii 43'
Not FOR AND BUSES 3ox334 CL.. ..4.33 up
only could that marvelous necessary things. And what were N OW xoosxiox =139
; Japanese runner go, and keep going these? Purity of life, as those who 6.00-20 D'I 84.90 Designed and built for owner 5 98 f
but there: seemed no end to his were enjoying Christian liberty. 3Ox5 lL %8.65 RADIOS S ,
tire =
of small cars who want new W.r -.c A01pE1tN Yp
endurance. The law of Moses need not be keptas Other SillS Prlc'd orlionlllly Low 5/4.98 X49
safety at a low price. It carries
Everybody can run, more o" less, a ground of salvation. They Designed and built of good materials TUBE p ptE'
but that by itself never wins a were saved by grace. But grace by skilled workmen in volume pro the Firestone name and $19.93 E frAME:. j<;

marathon.The can never be the cloak of careless I duction making possible low prices. guarantee

race for success in life is a living, nor can liberty in Christbe :r MtEi \
,.. marathon race, and real success depends interpreted as license to live in i mm 1 I I

more than anything else oil sin. We are set free in Christ, nol

your ability Icing Features to KEEP Syndicate GOING., Inc. that we may sin, but"that we may Listen to the Voice of Firestone, Monday Evenings, over N..B.C.-WEAF Network
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The Clewistori News mercial value, it is said, even with Then think what a guy could do Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger,i If corn is fumigated before being

out the knowledge thus far of speedy up here with a mess of sand-spurs. Carl Johnson,. Sidney Hoover and I i placed in the crib, th'.s! will protectit

ways to separate the fibres from They ought to bring at least a dime Arthur Steil. : to some extent from weevils. Tightly ..

Published every Friday in Clewiston, the gummy substance that holds the apiece and I'll bet those yokels screening the crib after fumigated I
And some day, of would be standin' in line for it
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, fibres together. a GROUP ENJOYS PICNIC corn has been placed in will
Inc. course, a smart Yankee will builda chance to get one to take home for ON LEVEE MONDAY NITE also help to protect the corn from

machine to do that. the baby to play with. weevil attacks. /
"Ramie will make anything," T. But gettin' back to the hyacinth: --- .

J. Brooks, assistant commissioner of A picnic and steak roast was enjoyed -
Keathley Bowden, Editor There ought to be a couple of hun- Florida's duck-hunting season will
agriculture at Tallahassee, says. dred thousand bulbs to the acre; so on the levee near here Monday -: open November 26 acd end Decem-

"Dresses, stockings, suits, awnings.A some of you folks with riparian night by Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. ber 25.

suit of ramie would never wear rights or a private lake might get Kolstad and son, Kim, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

Entered as second class mail mat- out." out your pencil and paper and try W. Ezelle and daughter, Emma

ter February 1, 1927 at the Post And it can be made into cloth with figurin' out just what your estate is I Jane, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley,

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I the luster of silk or linen but stronger worth, at 25c per bUlb. Then you Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson' and J. M. CO'fUSE

the" Act of March 3, 1897. and more durable than either. might run an ad in some northern Miss Ava Ezelle.MONOPOLY .
Counselor and Attorney at Law
Why not a ramie plantation on
papers offerin' to sell half interest
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.Mvertislng Okeechobee's shoresMelbourne. in your Florida Orchid farm for PARTY GIVEN IN Hopkins Building ;

rates on application. Times. $25,000. HONOR :MISS REGINA HACKETTMr. : Wednesdays and Saturdays

Well, Florida has certainly been
the Fair Haired Girl up here this and Mrs. A. L. Hackett en-
the advancement and
Devoted to
week. We've had front pages in : tertained Monday evening with a
-etfareof Clewiston and Hendry When the ravages of the drought
Cleveland newspapers every day, monopoly party at their home in
\. uunty. I in the West sent prices for cattle thanks to the effective work of

feed soaring, dairymen in this section George Clements while I've beengallopin' honoring

hit upon a home-grown product In and out of radio studios:! Ann Hackett who is visiting them. ?
Attend the concert tonight. which not only met the needs of their I
so: fast they can't tell me from the High prizes were won by Leroy fOrnDA
stock but kept the price of milk from hired help, with the result that I j I I Hare and Trevalyn Moltz, the cut

The Clewiston Company hat rising. Florida has been featured on 25 prize by Bernice Guthrie and a guest

changed its name but it will be a For more than half a year a new programs during the week with from'' prize was given Miss Hackett. Others -1 -

long time before the people here will agricultural sideline has been pros- fifteen minute spots up to a full attending were Mildred Ward,

become accustomed to a new name. pering in the Davie section of Brow- hour, ,includin' five network pro-'I I Dorothy Hare and James Hall.

ard county. Mowers are busy dailyon grams and a break on the Palmolive 1

Everglades farms cutting green Hour. And this publicity is all extra *
Another term of school starts I LOCAL BOYS STAR IN
feed for dairy farms. The productis I added to what, we gain from millionsof
Monday. Show your interest in the WEST COAST GAME e
bagged and rushed by motor trucksto people who actually visit the ex-
work of the children and of the fac-
herds in this section. Farmers hibit. I
ulty by paying the scluol an occasional Ed Clark and Coburn Moore play-
have set out sorghum and
Now while I, be a total loss
visit the tsrrn. may !
during :
ed ball for the Immokalee team in
fodder corn to meet the demand for I'll :
as a political prognosticator,
the daily supply of green feed for I the West Coast League last Sunday
stake reputation, if and
Up in Cleveland the-"re' buying the milch cows that supply this sec- two dollars besides, on any ability' against Punta Gorda. The game end-
Florida water hyacinths at two-bits tion with milk.Dairymen my ed in a 9-9 tie as darkness forced
to forecast the future as far
per hyacinth. The plus-four boys the game to be called. Ten innings
say that the use of this Florida is concerned. I'm tellin' you
must be laying the foundation for were played.
green feed has been largely instru- that we're gonna have people run-'
the sale of submerged marsh land Moore was leading hitter for the
mental in stabilizing the price of nin all over Florida this winter
day batting 1.000 with four safeties:
in the next boom. :;
milk to the consumer. While: this development thicker than ants at a picnic and a'
out of four times at bat. Clarke
of the agricultural industry lot of 'em are gonna buy homes and.
Another tropical storm lost itselfin made two safe hits in four trips to
of southeast: Florida has not stay there. You better start pawin':
the Atlantic the first of the week. the plate for an average of .500. The
solved all the feed problems of local around in the attic and. see if youhaven't
And there have been no reports of boys will play again with the same Stop at the
dairies, it is step toward realiza-
a a house and lot or a farm or
coastguardsmen being sent out to team Sunday against EvergladesCity.
tion of the much-wanted possibilities a bit of acreage you'd like to dispose -
try and find it. of muck soil for farming.In of and let folks know "it can ftotet Patricia

addition, it has helped farm- be had" by takin an advertisement'
The Hardee county grand jury JONES HELD FOR CIRCUIT
ers, whose acreage usually lies dor- in your Ipcal paper. The Florida Exhibit -'I
and the WPA officials are having COURT ON FOUR COUNTSW. AVENUEAll
mant during the summer, to work: and the advertising it is giving 3'12 S. E. SECOND
quite a verbal battle since the jury I
carry-over crops and to, realize the state is selling Florida to thousands -
called upon the officials to appear ; A. Jones, who was arrested at
something on their holdings at a every day. Take it from me,I Outside Roems With
for questioning. We'll bet on tbe his place of business, the Jones Inn,
time of year which in the past meant they'll be down there this fall and Private Bat's ,
WPA to win.Perfect on the Felda road, for possession of
outlay without immediate income re-,, winter and it's up to you to help has'been .
bolita tickets and held in
turns. Miami Herald. 'em find the home or farm or loca- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
weather for cane'grow- $500 bail 'on this charge, was alsoheld
tion they're lookin' for.There's .
ing and the prospect :for the biggest on a charge; of employing a L Overlooking Biscfjne Bay

crop in history, a succefsful farm- ag lCdQO=a..a.Dba .D.aaRm another "boom" sneakin'up minor in his liquor store for which '

ing season forecast, building and on you, and if you're not ready he was placed under another $50 Two,blocks to Shops. Theatre and

rumors of building. Clewiston; should Too Late To Classify for it, it won't be because I failedto bond. Business Se<'tion.

have the biggest fall and winter sea- warn you. Tuesday he was arraigned in county .
son in history court before Judge H. A. Rider E RATES
CJ3y 'Jussell Kay :Mil. AND MRS. R. H. COLLINS
on two additional charges: selling

Tampa Tribune cartoons the best IHflBBflflBBBBBnanHBBBBBBflBflBIWalking HOLD OPEN HOUSE MONDAYMr. bolita tickets and the employment $1.50 Singles :

knock, knock showing a donkey of Lulu M. Jones a minor, in hi
and Mrs. R. H. Collins held
knocking on the office. door of the to the Exposition grounds liquor store. On the first count h $2.50 Doubles
open house to their friends their
G. 0. P. elephant. "Knock, knock. from my hotel the ,other morning, I at was held in $300 bond, on the second

Who's there? F. D. R. F. D. R. chanced to pass a florist's shop and home on the government reservation : count he was released on hiown Special Family, Weekly &
Monday evening. A fish
chowder -
who? F. D. R. any bets on LandonI'll : saw displayed in the window a large dinner served. recognizance.Mr. Monthly Rates .
take 'em.Jax Times-Union. tank crammed full of water hya- was Jones is now under $1,300

cinth, while an artistic sign informed Those attending were: Mr. and bonds to appear in the fall term ol f S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

, An article in an East Coast daily passers-by that they were Flor- Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. V. the circuit court which will convene

r says that 1,000 Florida convicts will ida Water Orchids, and might be A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry, September 21.:-LaBelle News.

.' apply for pardon and underneath 'a purchased at the special price of

short squib says that one convict 25c per bulb.Clevelanders. -

.r. escaped from a road camp. The man their noses pressedto

t who escaped must have been up for the glass, exhaled'' delighted

}t't'a minor offense or he wouldn't have "ah"s anti some went inside to pur-

l r taken such desperate chances get- chase and joyfully march down tha

( ting out.Georga. street clutching one of the precious SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

plants for the family fish bowl or

l ,- White scored again in his the back yard lily pond.

t- front page cartoon editorial in the Amazed and curious, I stepped into I -

t- Tampa Tribune, ,today. It was titled the shop to make inquiries. The. I _

r "Landon Bridge is Falling Down" clerk behind the counter explained' "
[ and showed the Republican.elephant in detail that these choice and rare '.' : Record of Dividends of I

t. crashing through the flimsy struc- Florida Water Orchids came from : Clewiston Home Building Association
ture. His cartoons? are always good Green Cove Springs on the St. Johns '

I for a laugh and'about 99 % of the River in Florida, and did his best .

t time are better than a whole page to sell me some. S RATE RATE
S' of printed editorial matter. And didn't I read somewhere a- PERCENT
, bout the government spendin' mil .
;, The LaBelle rodeo on Labor Day lions of dollars tryin' to kill off the : S J 1928 5.5 J 1933 '., :' 6 '

!, was reported to be a great success, cockeyed hyacinth in order to keep : "
: "J : .
t t.. but the customers were a little disappointed our streams open to navigation? I :. --( : J 1929 7 J 1934 6. -

when there was no wild thought of the Kissimmee River, the '' J 1930 4 J 1935 6 '
> : .
'J' :, ,
: ,. ,
!; cow milking contest. The reason was St. Johns River and hundreds of ,. .: .' ... '
,,. ',,"' '4 ,' ... 6
5" J 1931 J 4 J 936.
< .
r' not given
. so we 'don't know whether beautiful lakes choked with the '' .
:Jifj < ;;;; : -. : .
.' the cow punchers couldn't milk a darned things-then watched more ;; ..' :,---::,.-, I 1 -\.'. :" 'f .- J 1932 6i. ..
cow in a coca-cola bottle or whether folks ankle in and plank down a >, : "'

they couldn't find a cow wild enough perfectly good quarter for one tiny :\\i.-; :(C:
; : :
::, ; .
to i;
serve. flowering bulb and had to admit that :\. ""_ ( ,:H .
Mr. Barnum was right.A '
The decisive defeat of Eugene bit farther down the street is ; F .' -: CALL

Talmadge for U. S. Senator in Geor- another shop where they sell ants. OFFICE FIRST

gia should be a harbinger of evil Little colonies of them in glass cases,
] days ahead for the other: critics of just enough dirt to permit the crit- Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND I

the Roosevelt Administ.ation. The ters to do a bit of tunneling and return. Home Building has never paid
t little man isn't saying much but nest building-and people went for

I!: : when election day rolls around he'll these with the same display of inter- dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '

-;'', be on hand to mark his ballot for est and gusto as with the hyacinth.And In these days of reduced interest on savings

the only President in recent history I understand there are peo-
who has tried to do something to ple walking the streets looking for a accounts and reduced returns on other --: S' -

: help him. We'll admit there have job while thousands of others are forms of investment Home Building offers .
1'.... been mistakes but if you remember standing around with money in their "
I':. Mr. Roosevelt told you the first year pockets eager to pay a quarter fora the conservative, thrifty investor the in- '

r... of his administration that he didn't hunk of hyacinth or seventyfivecents vestment best suited to his needs. In- S e
: ; expect to bat a 1.000. for a package of ants.

!'I I'm just about ready to quit work- vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso-

if.: ANOTHER CROP .FOR FLORIDA in' for a livin' and am fixin' to open ciation ; whether you intend investing as

me a stand womewhere, up here and
:' Florida stands a chance to acquire start sellin' ,these city slickers bot- little month much

another great revenue-bringing pro-' tIes of polly-wogs or celophane BUILDING I i

f.' ,. duct. It is ramie, a plant from which i wrapped coquinas. Maybe Spanish ASSOCIATION

t;, Egyptians made mummy wrappings j! moss would do good if we'd drape I Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. '

t 4,000 years ago that are "as good | it on little sticks and call it CastilIan PHONES 102-103

r;: as new today." j i Maiden Hair or somethin' and "

F-- The plant is well" adapt to Florida : red bugs ought to knock 'em for a

: climate, in the Everglades particularly i loop if somebody would just figure

and can be made of com-1 1! out some clever way to present 'em.

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INININN>+:NINiNIN. :..:..:NIN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:M.M?I MRS., KOLSTAD: HONORS _

3) i 11' ;*: Personal Mention :=:: "
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad entertained
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i' SM:M:N:N:NW:N:N:N:N:N:11:I.IN:11:N:..:N:N.N.N.N.L..N.N'1S Friday afternoon with a tea honoring

Mrs. Joe Cato, of Pahokee, visited Mrs. C. L. Moran and 1Irs.Z.. H. y

., 1 i friends here Wednesday. Shelley. V I 'Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath :r

. I Refreshments of sandwiches, cin-
1 E. A. Thomas spent the week-end
namon buns, crystallized orange peel _
j in Jacksonville.
I and iced fruit drink were served to Lake Harbor Phone No. 1
j '
I : Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bes-
Miss Ruth Mixon left Monday to 1
1 spend her vacation in Miami. 1I I|i tor, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. C.

Prewitt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and the ......................................................................................... ..... .
!I Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen were honor guests. I

j j West Palm Beach visitors Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Houser spent 9 I NORGE--REI"RIGERATORS-- Good FarmLand I. .

the week-end inVest Palm Beach.
n I
iv.? C r4 .. n4 : ;Qh.v : Furniture and Home Furnishings I II
Miss Marcia Avant is spending a > d.$4TL .
.>.:.: '.,.:;; week's vacation in Miami. I_ PHILCO RADIOS ,

I' t. I I '.. )
:', :": Mr., and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent Household FurnishingsInc. for Rent :
s )
,\-,';: ;: the week-end in Miami. i I It ..

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith
were in Miami over the week-end. i I .

Mrs E. L. Stewart left Saturday I 1IcI

for a few days visit in Tampa. I B. Mershon'
J. F. Gore spent the holidays with i I AGENT / ,Trespassers
his family in Plant City.
) @J, New York Life Will Be ;

Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack attended i
a show in Moore Haven Sunday Insurance Company ProsecutedThe
&m fb$' ;. 'Will: M' ::::'::: .DJ1 j
BEATS THE HEAT! With hext records cracking under a torridsun
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and pretty Lucille Booster of the Northshore IGA Food Mart in I

daughter, Martha Nell, spent Thurs-, Chicago takes to sport shorts and shirt for ,comfort. It's a long I Iii-
day in Miami., way from the orthodox: grocer's outfit, but even the customers 1 i
agreed it helped them forget the heat for a while. Mrs. A. H. 1
--- I I
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner and Everett is the approving customer.Mr. I Liberty Point Fishing .

__ son, Charles, spent the week-end in I
Okeechobee City. --

and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and: Word was received here this' week I Excellent Black Bass Fishing I

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey and daughters, Anne and Mary Kay, that a baby daughter was born on BOATS TO RENT I ClewistonCompany

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson spent were visitors in Palm Beach August. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. M. Artificial limit For Sale i
the week-end in Daytona Beach. day. 1\Ion-'j Schwartz of Baton Rouge, La. C'I I :
Follow, Signs from Liberty Point
baby weighed eight pounds and has
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer re Miss Ollie Moorman, of MaconGa. !, been named Carla Rogero. Mrs. corner on old Clewiston Road.J. I
I L. TINDALE, Manager.
turnei Monday from a three weeks ., visited Mr. and Mrs E. 'Schwartz will be remembered as the

vacation in South Carolina.Lee Stewart for several days this L'I former Mi Wilma Rogero. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:"

Miss Moorman is a sister of 1\Irs.1 -
Wprsham of Miami was the I Stewart's.L. I Among those attending the dawn
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house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. D.
dance at Pahokee on Labor Day
Leydig over the Labor Day holidays. \ : C. Sturgis left Saturday to 1
!were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr.
spend a month's vacation in western I and Mrs. Theo. Youngblood, Mr. and LOOK!! READ!!
Mrs. R. E. Householder and son, states. He will visit the Grand Can :Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Miss Jewel Rus- STOP
Frank, of Moore Haven, were business i and other points of interest
I :yon I sell, Miss Pat Hoskins, Miss Anne
visitors here .
Wednesday.Mr. while away.Mr. I Mathis, Miss Roberta George, Mr. REAL

and Mrs. Robert Hare, Jr., Halson
and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and
and Mrs. A. W. Sias returned Avant, Parker Wilson, Archie New-
sous, Richard and George, I
e Sunday from their vacation which some, C. H. Deerman, Otto Larsen, .
Wednesday in West Palm Beach. I they spent in visiting points, of inter-J I I Pete McIntyre, Carl Johnson, Em- BARGAINS
est in the East and the Great Lakes
met Shelley, A. P. Beery and Virgil
Mr. and Mrs. WI. M. have _
Bigg _
returned '
/TJIZ :(
Exposition in Cleveland.Mrs.
I 1 I Lawrence.
from a two weeks vacation
New Style Dresses
in Fairview N. I
spent C.
Keathley Bowden and sons,
--- returned home Wednesday LtDIESID HOLDS 98c
Kay and 'I
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Miss PARTY
: from Hendersonville, N. C., BENEFIT BRIDGE .
Sue Maxwell and R. L. Coker spent
I II .
the week-end in Miami.Mr. where they have been spending the! Girls School Oxfords .

--- summer. !i The Ladies-Aid of the Community $1.59 up .

and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent I I I Church, sponsored a most successful ,

Sunday and Monday inVest Palm I Miss Ava Ezelle, of Graceyillespent I benefit card party which was Prints1212cYd.

Beach with friends.Mr. ,several days this week with :,held: Thursday afternoon at the I
__ I I her brother, Dr. J. W. Ezelle and ''dejviston Inn. A large number of '

and Mrs..Dean King and L.1 Mrs. Ezelle. She returned: to Punta I'[,ickets were sold and the ladies made New Patterns-Fast .. '
Gorda where she will teach during'' substantial of
C. Rosenberg enjoyed a fishing trip: TI sum money
at Fort Myers Sunday. I the coming school term. into the general fund of the society.I Color

In bridge Mrs. E. P. Mutrix held ..
Miss' Mary Moore and Ed 1\Iark-1'I I" Rev. and Mrs. E. V. Headen left high score; Mrs. I. M. Pafford seeIond Boys Sport Shirts :

ette spent Tuesday and Wednesday Monday for Orlando where they will high; Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger,!

in Miami visiting Miss Dorothy Haddock -I I make their home. Rev. Headen has third high and Mrs. M. E. VonMach, : 49c ,':-;
and Nesbit McGee.Mr. been the supply pastor of the Com- ".J<'
fourth high. At the monopoly table I I ,- {
munity Church for several months I Deep Tones :
Mrs. F. M. Wright won the high ,: ,
and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and during the summer.Mr. score prize and Mrs. H. J, Oglesby! Full Fashioned Hose "
daughter, Mary Louise, spent the
was second. A set of six glasses wasj i
week-end and Labor Day in Safety and Mrs. W.: M. Bradnack returned 59cTennis '
given to each prize winner.
Harbor. to their home here Wednesday drink was served early in the fruit I
Mrs. Bradnack has been in New j .',
J I Shoes
1 noon and at the conclusion of play .
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner spent York through the summer and Mi. I .
the week-end in LaBelle with Mrs.Turner's Bradnack met her in Orlando on her ice cream was served. 69cMen's ,
I Those attending were: Mrs. C.
parents, Sheriff and Mrs. return for a few days visit.
H. L. Delaney.Mr. I I Nail, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. I. E'I and Boys'Complete

Schattle Pafford Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. ,_., ,
Mr. Mrs. E. M. their ,
and "'7"' -" "'''''' >OR'=''''''"''=>.l j
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and neice, Miss Virginfa Sharpe and Leo II II A. Bestor, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, '

sons, Bob and Dick, and Fr. J. F. Coyle, of :Miami were the week-end Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. M. R. Law Line of Children's School NeedsMen's

Walsh were visitors in Miami guests of Mrs. Schattle's sister, 1\Ir1'\.1' ler, Mrs. E. C. :Mills, Mrs. W. F.
Thursday.Mrs. I M. T. Ironmonger and Mr. Iron-i j Simpson, Mrs. C. L. DownS, Mrs. J. .-:11 ",_..."""- ,,,

-- monger. 'I E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. R. Knight,
Wash Pants
Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs Wilfred
J. W. Ezelle and daughter, i .
Emma Jane, Miss Ava Ezelle and Mr. and Mrs J. E. Beardsley took ; Lockhart, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. 95cChildren's

Mis. F. H. Moltz were visitors in their sons, Bob, Dan and Jim to Au-:'I IV.. C. Owen, 1Irs.V.. M. Redelsheimer -

West Palm'Beach Tuesday.; burndale Tuesday to the football er, Jos. Robbins,

I camp which has been ,established Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. G. B. Thomas School
Mr. and Mrs. A. O.Vard and I there by the Pahokee high school I Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. W.

daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. team. Ezelle, Mrs. A. A. Munioe. Mrs. E. Shoes

Holland and children were visitorsin I P. Mutrix, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.G. i 98c

Miami Saturday.Mrs. Miss Kathleen Flaniken left Mon- E. Smith, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence,
day for her home in Rogers, Texas, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs M. T. Iron- '- Sizes 6 to 2Children's

M. R. Lawler and children after a visit here for several weeks monger, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. M.

Bobbie and Peggy, and Mrs. M. T. with her brother, B. C. Flaniken and E. VonMach, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, .
Ironmonger and son, Clark, spent family. Mr. and Mrs. Flaniken took Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. B. E. 'Her- f School

Wednesday in West Palm Beach. her to West Palm Beach to catch ring, and at monopoly table: Dresses

her train. C. L. Moran, Mrs. O. A. Jones,.Mrs'j'l
Carl E. Johnson returned Satur- f 11.V.. Bigg, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs j 49c and up
day from a vacation visit of several Mis. Wilfred Lockhart, her '
daughter F. M. Wright, Mrs. J. F. Tippey.. New Styles
weeks in Minnesota and at his home Miss Dorothy Locl<:hart and sou! _

) G in Sarasota. Bill Lockhart returned Tuesday from DR. AM MRS. E/ELLE

,.' __ Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada, ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE Boy's Pants
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Holland and where they spent the summer. Miss

children, Horace and Jacquelyn, of Lockhart will begin teaching in the, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle enter- for School
Jacksonville are the guests this week local school Monday. 95c
tained a few friends at a bridge par-
,_ of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Waid.
ty Saturday evening honoring Dr. Others $2.95Clewiston
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen and Eaelle's sister, Miss Ava 9 $1.95 -
Mrs. E. J. Rogero returned Sun daughter, Marjorie, returned Thurs-I them.l
Gtaceville, who was visiting LU'f _!"'-=C jDt! "'t LtdDTl!!' MJI1...
day from a month's visit in Baton day from a trip to Miami. They went' Sandwiches and coca-colas were I
.Rcuge, La. Mrs. S. E. Davis and Mrs over to spend the Labor Day holidays I ,
served to Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Goods Co. Inc.
L. L. Simmons, of St. Dry
Augustine returned but were involved in a minor I Mr. and Mis. W. F. Simpson, Miss ,
',,', with her and visited until. automobile accident which forced Ava Ezelle and Sidney Hoover. Mrs.
V Tuesday. Mr. Regero met her in,\their staying over until their car was 'Simpson and Mr. Hoover received 'Where Quality: Meets Economj"

Jacksonville. lepaiied., No one was injured. I I high score prizes.
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Dragons dressed for once..

Im a..lwtys 'We. rin9 i

",orne-thing wrong.Before. .

: : By EDWIN BALMER :. : I et quite.

Fixed you see.

Another season
Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service \.

II comes 'b.long. o'RVC"nM -- 0
CHAPTER VII Having flu rooms In Chicago: Its'! She was In white with a bit of blue Ordinarily the sun striking into her

-13- checked his bag at the station and slashed In the cool silk which clung to room, did not awaken_ her; but this

Rodney Braddon returned to Chicago phoned his brother's apartment. .Nobody her as the boat made a breeze; and morning she had seen the last stars
from Rochester early on Sun answered, so Rod took a taxi and she cast off her hat and let the sun fade and the first fingers of day grope 00

day morning Just eight days before fold the driver to hurry to the harbor burn her till Rodney drew her back out over the edge of the .dark bluE
His brother's familiar boat was not under the shade of the canvas over the waters.
calendar of the
the date set on the WNU Service.
criminal' courts, for the trial of Myr In sight, but when Rod Inquired a forward deck. They remained there The robins and the wrens chirped,

tie Lorrle for murder of her husband. buy In a launch said yes, Mr. Brad- while the others stayed nowhere; and at the light ; a wood thrush awoke, and
and don's yacht was at anchor. That was after a while, Rodney and Agnes were little Lowest
Rod was Ignorant of that gry song sparrows began their TemperatureOne
there. alone far forward. "
his arrival was without reference to It. busy day.
Rod stared at a new motorcruiserthree He did not talk much to her. What five-thousandth of a degree
the trial. He had come back to see After a while Agnes' mother came In,
or four times as large as the had he to say1Sbe above ,absolute zero is the lowest
his brother-and Agnes-before leaving and for a short time they discussedAgnes'
boat he had known. It looked ninety l looked at him and smiled, not I temperature ever attained. Pro-

5. Rochester for Germany.much longer He had than remainedat he hart! feet long, with graceful clipper bow at' him but with him, In his content ; eith left.Today.coming. ordeaL Then Mrs. Glen- fessor W. J. de Hass, of the Uni-

and a line of brass-bound portholes and always ,when they would lose versity of Leyden, The Nether-
planned.He cabins. and with gleaming salon: something if their eyes lingered on each Myrtle Lorrie must go on lands, achieved this temperature
had been almost happy there. above-deck. other, she looked away over the water; trial for her life, for the murder of her February 16, 1935.Week's .
That Is he had found to absorb
husband and
soon Gleneith!
i The boy ran Rod out to It ; and on and as never never before, Rodney ; Agnes
him in
him, to Interest and excite
the quarterdeck stood Jud. He was longed to,keep her close to him forever.She must go on the witness-stand for her. Supply of Postum Free
work, than ever he had before. Hap
No not for Myrtle. There
bareheaded and wearing flannels with wasn't Jud's whatever the was no
Read the offer made by the Postum
piness for Rod did not depend uponsensual
out a coat. papers, whatever Jud himself, had said. point In being dishonest with yourself; I Company in another part of this pa- e
satisfactions he consciously '
; No guests were In sight and Rodvas Might she some time In some be She was taking the side of the defense
way week's
They will send a full supply
sought none of them except music, per.
because of Cathal Martin O'Mara who
of that he ,
> glad though was surethat his?
of health giving Postum free to
sometimes. His sole excitement was
must be the had come to the house again on Sat-
r guests way or Rodney faced the breeze which
, was who writes for it.-Adv.
In his work and study which occu- anyone
were to be picked up at some port or blowing her dress against her slight urday morning-the day before yester-
pied him hour after hour; then he
pier. Jud never planned a Sunday on
The of her
body. appeal loveliness
would go off on long swinging walk ....__ ;rU/f/ Aim RightDo
the water without a party.
the allure of her beautiful body
was not be too that
alone. He kept his spare, splendid sure your
Rodney hailed: "Jud Hello !I" And
only an adjunct to that quality of hers
opinions are right only make
body In vigorous condition with swim ;
his brother saw who was In the launch.He .
which had caught him long and
when 'with tennis. ago sure that your aims are right.
ming, near water or : stood stock still with surprise; would never release him.

.,.. Rod plpyed In fact, to tire himself and then Rod saw him laugh and runto He had never had to explain: himselfto IWMYi
out when he needed It to beat down the
: boat step, and he caught Rod's and she without
Agnes ; speaking oft When You Needa
i' the longings within him and his hand and hauled his brother aboard. / ,
had l
stood between him
and the I'' Y rlu
: loneliness. "'Rodl" said Jeb-and Rod felt his Laxative
world of othes. How he needed her!
. Sometimes he could ward off the brother's arm tighten about his shoul- How much more than did Jud I How Thousands of men and women

r spells by exhaustion; at other times, ders. "Like the skiff, old skate" he could work, what enormous researchhe know how wise It.is to take,'Black- .
f l they surprised him unprepared. Rod Rodney obediently glanced about. could accomplish If she were his Draught at the first sign of consti '
pation. They like the refreshing relief -
L ; would come "home" to his dreary hotel "It looks great, Jud. I didn't know It wife to hold In his arms, when he I it brings. They know its timelyuse
room bringing with him new medical "
!" was yours. dropped his task ; If she would share may save them from feeling .
'! reports upon which he expected "Good Lord," said Jeb "It was In with him the evening .and hours of g'dis badly and possibly losing time at

t. to pass the evening, and he would all the papers. Why's he waiting?" night, and meet for him the world by work from sickness brought on by
n" never return on the light but sit miserably Jeb looked at the launch. "Forget to s constipation.If .
)< and uselessly idle In the dark. pay him?" day.Now he had talked to her of his you have to take a laxative occasionally -

1 He missed his brother. To be sure, "I paid him," said Rod, "but told work at Rochester, and of himself as you can rely on

'r- when they had been In the same city, him to wait" he had to no one else, not even to Jud. a p .

days passed without Rodney's seeing Jeb laughed again In his warming "Rod," she said at last, after one of

',.'. Jud; but he was there, and on such way. "You would.' Did you wonderif their long silences "I've something to A GOOD LAXATIVEThe
occasions, Rod could go to him Insteadof I wanted you to stay-Hey, you!" decide. Help me. It's about'' the trial.

seeking his own lonely room. And he called to the boy. "Come closer! They say that what will happen to Choice

recently, he had been able to go, with Catch !" And Jeb chucked a gold- Myrtle Lorrie will depend on me. I
One finds that only close-
'-: Jud or alone, to the Gleneiths'. But piece which the boy caught, callingout can free her-or convict her. Do you r1MT I mouthed people will do for
now that was lost loud thanks believe that?"
Rod had made friends among the .I "All through" Jeb dismissed him. "I don't know," said Rod. "But Jud e

'' doctors at Rochester. Not many "Now. old top, are you going to stay?" thinks so."

friends, to be sure, for Rod was no "I'd like to, Jud." He saw her color quickly deepen under T I

mixer; but he had found a few con Anchor was up; and they were moving her sunburn. "So Jeb's told you." SAND tO JARS

genial men whom he liked and ret with smoothness "Yes, ; he told me, Agnes.."
deceptive out THE 10* SIZE CONTAINS ::3 /2 .vHr
0., of the harbor on a limpid, lazy lake. "What, especially TIMES AS MUCH AS THE 55 SIZE MoaF?
The brothers sat down to breakfast "That you took from the first, the l
-- -t tI side of the defense. He-"
: opposite each' other at the gay little They Discussed Agnes' Coming MOLE
"What Rod
table at the forward end of the dlnln Ordeal.
"Can't understand It."
salon. Rod had learned that the I

guests for the day would be picked up "Yes," be can Rod. That's the day-to go over her testimony once

at the Gleneiths'. trouble. more. Loneliness
In the I "That he understands it?" Mr. Nordell and another attorney for
shining perfectly appointed: Through the wide world he onlyis
allej Imlo "He knows I'm going to do what I the state had conferred with her twice;
was cooking, but a stew alone who lives not for another.
ard, new to Jud's staff, was servingthe am bound to do, because I believe"She ',- and she was subpoenaed as a. witnessfor
table. stopped and caught her breath be the state as well as for the defense..

For the first time the splendor and fore she said It-"Martin O'Mara." But Jeb had said to her: "Nordel

extravagance of Jeb's establishment "O'Mara," said Rod. 'The lawyeryou told me, Glen, you seemed to belong

wrung a remark from his brother. called." to the defense, body and soul. That's

"Doesn't this all cost a heap, Jud?" "Yes," said Agnes. "I'll tell you the impression that he got .Are you I -OURS"CapBlush"Applicakor

"I'll tell'you the truth, Rod," Jeb about him. He-" crazy?" ,

confided. "Expense doesn't make any Rodney, attending, tried to keep his "I'm going to tell only what I saw JUST A makes"BIACKLEAF4D'MuCN iAATH0.

difference to me any more. Moneydoesn't mind on what she said; but his feel and heard," she had replied to him. DASH IN FEATHERS..

mean anything. I can make ings made it utterly impossible. Fled "But how are you going to tell It?

whatever amount I want. That's an far from him was his hour of false content Nordell knows; and he's not fool

I absolute fact A lot of men are past A new despair seized him. enough to call you for his witness.

that point, Rod. The city-the countryclvlUzation's He knew now that madly he had You'd never be his.If he put you on

in a new era. We'vegot Imagined that perhapsperhapsIthad the stand, you'd go over to your shy-'
the production problem completely been some relic of memory of what ster friend O'Mara. So he'll let O'Mara FOUR
he had done and said to her before he
licked. ?" put you on the stand-and 'then' the TEASPOONPULSOFMILKOFAAAGNES
had gone away, which had Interposeditself state can get after you. Be O'Mara's.
It was after breakfast when Rod between her and Jud's completer Good
witness, and see where you land !
ney asked at last: "How is Agnes possession of her. "
Lord, Glen, what's got into you?
"She's all right his brother re But It was not that; It was something What was this which was in her, IN ONE TASTY

turned. which had to do with that lawyer and which, by its recurrent excitements : AFE
"When are you marrying her, Jud?" whom.Jud had damned aloud-O'Mara. made sleep Impossible and unthinkable .
"When that damn trial's over. That
after the dawn of this new
was the rottenest piece of luck for CHAPTER VIII day

me. We were all set; Rod; we wentto TAKE MILNESIAS
There was no use In disguising this
; that building to look over an apart- The Monday of the trial dawned hot herself when she should on the "
She Looked at Him and Smiled. when that to ; go MJlncsia, the original milk of magnesia
opened The sun rose yellow and dazzling out witness-stand, she would declare by
damned door and-It In wafer form, neutralizes stomach sfld.!
..; spected, and whose lives served the of a lake that lay like a pool to the her implications, if she were forbiddento
same purposes as his-understanding Rodney, listening, sat still with difficulty horizon; the faintest of breezes moved state it in words, that Myrtle Lor- Each wafer equals teaspoonfuls of milk

3n' of disease. But he could not feel ; he held himself quiet by grIp- from off this endless mirror. At Ag- rie had killed justifiably.Had of magnesia. Thin, crunchy mint-flavor

' like seeking them when his spirit ping tight the arms of his chair so as nes's wide-open windows the frail net she tasty. 20c, 35c & 60c at drug stores.

;; dropped low. They were too like him not to betray too clearly the tumult of curtains barely quivered. (TO BE CONTINUED)
self. His brother-and Agnes-were within him. He had had no Idea un-
utterly different. til Just now that Agnes was not his

He had expected-and halt feared, brother's. Says Bacilli of Tuberculosis Are

' half hoped It-that he would have destroyed Ten people came aboard the boat Birth
Found Enter Body After
his power to retain Agnes Inh'ls when It lay off the shore opposite the

day-dreams. Losing her he had Gleneiths': Agnes and her mother and :
supposed he must lose the delight of Beatrice and Davis and another young No matter how the tubercle bacilli affording a greater chance for the : p

his dream of her; but this had provednot married couple whom Rod had never enter the body the fact remains that transmission of the bacilli from one 4' (

so. When his loneliness assailed met. The others were paired also; theX do so after, birth; and for that person to another.As .

'C, him, and he sat In the dark he longed but they were not married: two girls reason tuberculosis cannot be called a to age the tubercle bacilli favor

<''*- for her-her. Separate as he had kept whom Rodney vaguely remembered, hereditary disease. According to Dr. young adults. No matter atvha

himself from her he had never beenso and two boys, whose names he knew. Herbert L. Herschensohn In "The age tuberculosis makes Itself evident, e

close to another girl. Now she They were pleasant casual, unimpressionable Germs We Live With," appearing in the seeds of the disease are generallysown The Crying and Restlessnessof

: !Was his brother's, he believed. So he young people before whom Hygela, over 90 per cent of the human In childhood or early youth. The children is frequently an indication -

must imagine bet his own no longer!! Rodney felt odd and old and awkward. race harbor the bacilli somewhereIn greatest toll taken by tubercle bacIlli Worms or Tapeworm in the

,F4 But It had been futile to forbid this They looked him over and their eyes their bodies, yet only a small pro Is in the years of young parenthood. system. The cheapest, safest and
: to himself.: And here he show 'evidence of the In Occupation Is often found to be of
:, was again In traveled to his brother, making comparison portion any quickest, medicine for ridding chil-
A.:': Chicago. ; but what they said to Rodneywas fection. such a nature as to favor Infection by dren or adults of these parasites is
\ Rod had not wired his brother; anl carefully polite. Climate has little to do with the the tubercle bacilli. When wages area

: ;so, while dressing as the train entered They made no real difference to Rod. virility of these germs. Until recentlyit pittance, home surroundings are Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermifuge

(the city, he weighed probabilities of Agnes was, near him ; and if he had was thought that low, damp sections equally pitiful. Work which requires
-r.:, 'Jud's whereabouts. not known that his brother must have of the country were more conducive continuous confinement Indoors where

', It was a warm, steamy June morn failed to establish possession of her, to the Infection by the tubercle ventilation Is Inadequate perhaps In G d"r"
ling so it was ,probable that Jm' now he would have discerned It- bacilli than high dry localities. It is a an atmosphere of dust or smoke, extends ''lLLjfr F SSn\&Vif\ ;03

would be up early for .a lone day on though she plainly was supposed to be fact, however, that most population an invitation to the tubercle SOc a bottle nt druggists or
the water. paired with Jud.. centers are found in lower altitudes, bacilli with open arms. 'WzI: ht'8 Fill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. afT.THE .

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perpetually I greatness giving.of mind and, loading to be OUR COMIC SECTION Question 1

people with bounties; but it is .
Do not uncover a steamed pud. :
one thing to know how to give S
.ding for the first half 1
and another thing not to know hour of ,
how Give heart "
to keep. me a
that is easy and open, but I Tarnish can' be removed from .
will have no holes in it; let it FINNEYs_ THE FORCE X**' A S tha Wrong_Again brass articles with a mixture of .".:

be bountiful with judgment, butI lemon juice and wood ashes.
will, have nothing run out of NERE BWHERE '
it I know not how.Seneca.To OI Green bananas'may be ripened 'J

NAGS Me ACRlMInlALl by placing in a paper bag and ....,,I
a mother, a child is. sToP! keeping in a dark closet for .a .
everything; but to a child, a. few days. '.
RoerEs./ -
parent is only a link in the SToP, ) "'
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ing it to tart filling.

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week to the North New River canal to show what interest or Hen you, Nothing contained herein! shall affect:I for such amendment or extension shall:
Hear- Section 20 of Article III of the Constitution provide for such referendum
have in to the
of or
to ;be used in throwing up a grade or any you of the State of Florida, except Approved June 4, 1915. I
V i above described property, or any part I as to such provisions therein as
for, Road 26, a portion of which is thereof, and to show cause, if any relate to regulating the jurisdictionand -
One) ii duties of any class of officers, to The votes east in compliance with
From Page said
(Continued of have why
under contract to the Spadaro com you, or any you, summoning and impanelling grand I said proposed amendments, and the .
-i' i to go up in the Empire State' property should not be taken 'by the and petit Juries, to assessing and col-i canvass, declarations and return II I
Scotch frugality pany. ? United States of America for the lecting taxes for county purposes and[ thereof shall be subjected io the same .' :
p but his to regulating the fees nnd r
.i OE'P paying a dollar each Some difficulty was experienced purposes set forth in said petition, of county officers. No law compensation author--' provided regulations by and law restrictions for general elections as are r

returned to moving the dredge through the spillway and this on penalty of you, and each izing the establishing 01 abolishing of in the State of Florida. '
n ifjre. They such Municipal corporation pursuantto I IN TESTIMON f
and all of you, the said respondents, WHEREOF.
: o visited: the Smithson- at the old locks and it is reported and inter- this Section shall become operative; I have hereunto set my
barred of all claim *
being or effective until approved by a ma-] hand and affixed the Great
..-!to -. v.' other points of in- that the machine will have to est in and to said property.WITNESS jority of the qualified electors partici- Seal of the St-ite of Florida

t ill in L'spitol city. They then move a portion of the hyacinth jamin the Honorable Alexander pating in an election held in said at Tallahassee, the Capital.
county, but so long as such municipal I this the 1st dy of August .
i p.l i i ]1,0'1' ,'aid, stopping only at the canal before it can get to the Akerman, United States District corporation exists under this Section A. D. 1936.

I: ',na Beach for a day. Leaving point where it will begin work. Judge, and likewise the undersigned -I the the Legislature law I may amend or extend (SEAL)

Ii :slors;: at Punta Gorda, Mr. and as Clerk of said District Court, referendum authorizing to the the qualified same without voters: R. A. GRAY

Mrs Sias came back to Clewiston fora at Miami, Florida, this the 31st day,I unless the Legislative act providing 1'' Secretary of State.

of August. 1936.

.uni Beach for the remainder of COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN 1- Clerk
th n vacation, returning home Sun- DISTRICT TAMPA OF DIVISION.U. FLORIDA.. Deputy By Ruth Clerk J. Rosemond, (SEAL) r :-_'. n-=u : ---- r::" -:'7'a: : : : .":'f 1"1'" .,

talk J. E. S. Civ. No........ ATTEST A TRUE COPY
Following Mrs. Sias' ,
short resume
Beardsley; gave a : U. S. District Court, I II
the farming activities in the area
Petitioner : Southern District of Florida.By .

speaking only about five minutes. 1 V.Four : Ruth J. Rosemond, f

tracts of land : Deputy Clerk. .
parcels or
: '
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XORTH LaBELLE RODEO in Glades and Hendry Counties : Sept. 11-18-25, Oct. 2, 1936. "

PROVIDES LABOR DAY SHOWA 1 Florida, specifically described :

in the petition, required :

very successful rodeo was wit- for Right of Way for Ca- : NOTICE OF ELECTION : Prini"
nessed by about 300 spectators La- loosahatchee River Project, : I WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1935 We :

bor Day at the Cross Pen, in North E. H. COACHMAN, and oth- : under the Constitution of 1885, of the

LaBelle, about one mile northeast of ers named in the petition : I State of Florida, did pass two Joint
Respondents. : Resolutions proposing amendments to
the bridge. the Constitution of the State of FlorIda -
NOTICE TO APPEAR and the same were agreed to by a
All the events on the program, } vote of three fifth of all the members -
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED elected to each house that the
broncho riding, bull riding, bull dog- ;
STATES TO: I voters on said Joint Resolution were
ging and calf roping were carriedout ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN entered upon their respective Journals -
but the wild cow must have got with the yeas and nays thereon .
OR HAVING LIENS UPON THE I and they did determine and direct
away from them as it was the only PROPERTY HEREINAFTER IN that the said Joint Resolutions be sub-
mitted to the electors of the State at
omitted. DESCRIBED
part of the program :
I the General Election in November '
There was some clever ,work done WHEREAS, a petition has been 1936. _
those taking part and only three filed by the United States of Am-I
by Secretary of State of the State of
minor accidents, incidental to a erica in the District Court of the ida, do hereby give notice that FIOr-j Quality
i United States for the Southern District m\ERAL ELECTION
meeting of its character. will be held in each county in Flor-
of Florida for the acquisition
I Ida on Tuesday next succeeding the
Cecil Johnson narrowly; escaped by condemnation of the easement first Monday in November A D. 1936

being gored by a bull but got out I hereinafter set forth in those certain the said Tuesday being the I .....
with'torn and shoulder tracts of land in Glades 01"
of it clothes I or parcels for the ratification or rejection of the
scraped. :and Hendry Counties, Florida, described said Joint Resolutions proposing
in said petition, upon pay- amendments to the ,Constitution of
Ralph Ford had the misfortune to the State of Florida, viz. x
ing proper compensation therefor, A JOINT RESOLUTION
broncho was
be thrown by the hev; required for the project for Caloosa- Proposing to Amend Section 3 of the .

riding and striking a board had his hatchee River and Lake Okeeechobee Article XIII of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to
face highly decorated. Drainage Areas being carried on Provisions for the Aged Infirm, and

Ronald Cross, son of Ben Cross, by the War Department of the United -I Unfortunate. :
De It Resolved fly The Legislature of--
States Government in which
petition S
ankle in his round witha
siidined an The State of Florida:
broncho, but fortunately not ser- the following are named respondents That Section 3 of Article XIII of the I usinesstationery
: E. H. Coachman and M. Constitution of the State of

iously. S. Coachman, Paul B. Rankin, Trustee relating to Provisions for Florida"1
Infirm and Unfortunate, be
in vatic
Those who took part
; and J. L. Stroud, doing businessin same is hereby amended, and '
us events were Jim Cross, Lub the name and style of the "River- ended is agreed to and shall be submitted -,. ,
Paul Cross Hay- to the electors of the State .o* ,
Coleman, Bill Gay, side Land Company", Mrs. GeorgeW. Florida at the next general electiofa, --

wood Cross, Harry Cross, Russell Pettee, George L. Pettee, SallieE. t. be held on the first Tuesday afte>, .

Wilkson, Guy Hand, O'Dell Cross, Jennings, a widow, individually, the first; Monday in November 1986, for r '
ratification 'or rejection said Section :
Tom Guy: Cecil Johnson, Ronal and as Executrix of the estate of 3 of Article XIII as amended shaft. .< .. .'. .' '. I

Cross and Ralph Ford. LaBell. Lawrence M. Jennings, deceased; R. read as follows: -' .
E. Burchard, Laura O. Buser, Tampa "Section 3. The respective eountifS ,
'News.CATHOLIC. of the State shall provide in the manner -
Hardware Company, J. J. Pedro, prescribed by law, for those of the '
Lucille N. Chapman, a widow, W. inhabitants who by reason of age Infirmity : ; :

; SIEX'S CLUB V. Knott, as Treasurer of: the Stateof ,,or misfortune may have 4'i
' claims upon the aid and sympathy of .
f', MET WEDNESDAY KITE Florida,- J. P. Moore, as' Tax Collector society: provided, however, the Legislature ., -
for Glades County, Florida, may by general law provide fora "a n -

: : The Catholic Men's Club met Frank-A. Dougherty, as Tax Collector uniform State-wide system for such ;; ; :
benefits, and appropriate money there- ,;...ri ."
:' Wednesday night at the church rec- for Hendry County, Florida, D. for; but no such general law shall '? i- : .: .i- 43t; J;';.
S. Weeks, as Clerk of the Circuit provide benefits to any person who ,
i'. tory with a fair attendance in spite .
of the ,
shall not have .been a resident r
r. of the inclement weather. The even- Court for Glades County, Florida, State of Florida for a period of five ," ,, ; < ; <
Wjm. T. Hull, as Clerk of the Circuit years continuously next preceedlng his \,
ing was spent in a discussion of ...' ,,. .
Court for Hendry County, Florida, application therefor nor shall such \ ., '
ways and means of raising money Board of Commissioners of Okee- general law provide for benefits to any :c ,,', '
solely account of who
person on age
P', to take care of parish expenses during chobee Flood Control District, Boardof has not attained the age of sixtyfiveyears

f.' the coming year. It was decided Commissioners of' Everglades ; Provided further, that where '. .. .
\ :
by any law of the United States, a .
( that another meeting would be held Drainage District, George M. Hendry lesser or different period of residence .

',:. on Monday night of next week for Homer G. Hand and Earl C. Smal- age or citizenship shall be fixed in I

((. further discussion. ley, as and constituting the Board of order for the State of Florida to par '
ticipate in any Federal grants that :
Those attending were: John Ket- Trustees of Caloosahatchee Improve- might be made for such purposes, the Personal'
ment District, and R. E. Kurtz, ac Legislature may prescribe such reQuirements ,
tl, Dr. B. A. Bourne and son, Harvey -
as to citizenship age and ,
for the holders of bonds of
, ., E. J. Rogero, Fr. J. F. Walsh, residence asill be. consistent with
Caloosahatchee Improvement Dis- and not IB conflict with such Federal
;;' Harry T. Vaughn, Sidney Hoover trict; andWHEREAS I Law." I

:+md R T. Mitchell Approved June 4, 1935.
7// I _in, and by said peti- ,-

tion and proceedings, petitioner I A JOINT RESOLUTION .. .. ." ,

PADAno :MOVES DREDGE prays for and seeks condemnation, Proposing an Amendment to Article I .
for the purpose of carrying throughthe VIII of the Constitution of the State >
of Florida Relative to Cities ,
(Moore Haven Democrat) said project, upon payment of Counties. acdf I < .

The dredge Mayacca,. recently pur- proper damages in condemnation, of De It Resolved By The Legislature of I! .... .

chased by the Spadaro Contracting the perpetual right, power and privilege The State of Florida:
That the following Amendment to,
Company from the U. S. Engineers, to enter upon, occupy' and use Article VIII of the Constitution of I
any or all of the land hereinafter the State of Florida relative to cities
was moved the latter part of last described for the deposit of material and counties to be numbered Section:
10 of said Article VIII, be and the
excavated in the improvement and same is hereby agreed to and shall :

maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver I be submitted to the electors:; of the :' ,
State at the General Election to be
or enlargement thereof
any held on the First Tuesday after the
: Hints for Homemakers and for such other purposes as may first :Monday in November A. D. 1938! ,
be needful in the preservation and for ratification or rejection, to-wit: 1
maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver Section 10. The Legislature shall
By Jane Rogers e
have -
j power to establish, alter or abolIsh
; that the description of the a Municipal corporation to be
.. property Jin which said easement is I known as the City of Key West, '-extending -.

sought to be taken is as follows: present limits territorially of Monroe throughout County they I .

: ri Wv the place of any or all county, district, I ( .
Parcel 8-GHX, as shown on the municipal and local governments

plat of a part of the Caloosa- boards, bodies and officers :. < : :. .... .
constitu-// : .
tional or statutory,
hatchee River "
Right of
ecutive judicial or .
through Hendry County, Flor- and shall prescribe the jurisdiction, I \;': I! .. .
ida recorded in Plat Book 2, p6wers,' duties and functions of such : ::7 Try Us .
I municipal corporation, its legislative, .
page 70, of the Public Records executive, judicial and administrative '. :, "r'.' .
of Hendry County, Florida, less departments and its boards bodies and ,
parcel 8-GH of Right of Way officers, to divide tho territory included d :;
In such municipality Into subordinate :+t'i ,
for :
Caloosahatchee River, as districts and to prescribe a just : ,
shown on plat recorded in PlatBook' and reasonable system of taxation for .
such municipality and districts, ''and .
2, page 69, of the Public "
to fix the liability of such municipality -
Records of Hendry County, and districts. Bonded and other, indebtedness I ,
Florida. existing at the time of the .
establishment of such municipality, 1'1
,'r Parcels 8-IX 8-HCX shall be enforceable only against pro-
W rr and 8-IAX,
perly theretofore taxable therefor. The
as shown on the plat of: a Legislature shall, from time to time
TF you are building a bookcase or part of the Caloosahatchee River determine what portion of said municipality -
ti' M. kitchen i is a. rural area, and a homestead .
cabinet, or want more Right of Way through Glades in such rural area shall not be I
shelves in an old one, an. adjust-' County, Florida, recorded in limited as if In a. city or town. Such

able shelf arrangement can be Plat Book 2, page 87, of the municipality may exercise all the pow-

made by nailing a pice of corrugated Public Records of Glades County shall ers of also a be municipal recognized corporation as one of and the

:>> tin roofing on each ?;"e of the Florida, less Parcels 8-1, legal political divisions of the State

bookcase:: or cabinet, with o>e corrugations 8-HC and 8-IA of Right of Way I with the duties and obligations of a
county and shall be entitled to all the
running hjprizontrlly. If the for Caloosahatchee River, as
powers, rights and privileges includ- THE CLEWISTON'a
roan of the shelves is not more shown on plat recorded in Plat ing representation In the State Legislative -

taan 18 to 24 Inches, shelves of Book 3, page 85, of the Public which would accrue to it if .
heavy tempered it were a county. All property of Monroe -
wood can Records of Glades County, Flor-
County and of the municipality in
ba cut to size and placed at any desired ida. said county shall vest in such muni-

level. cipal corporation when established as
NOW, THEREFORE, you, the herein provided The offices of the NEWS'- '
Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff
The fruit sugar contained<1, in nat. above named respondents, and eachof shall mot be abolished but the Legislature '

t.'al fruit juices provides a quick you, and all other persons concerned 'I may prescribe the time when. I

\lfCe of new energy. Try a glass in or having an interest or I and the method by which such offices I)I
shall be filled
and the compensation
c r canned
unsweetened Hawaiian lien upon the above described pro to be paid to such officers and may
-pple juice as a quick "pick-me- perty, are hereby notified to be and vest in them additional powers and I

L-rom that dragged-ovt and let. I I appear in said United States District ished duties. No county office shall be abol- 4
tTJ feeling that or consolidated with another office -
frequently over- Court for the Southern Dis- without making provision for theA'

r eo ies us in the middle of the after- if rict of Florida, at Tampa,' Florida, performance of all State duties nova"1 .... ,.- .- '
noon. or hereafter prescribed by law to TM. -'l" ;. .e'
l on the 15th day of October, 1936, performed by such county officff. '' ---- ---.- -- --- - -. -- .

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