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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 25, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 10, NUMBER 37 CLEWKJTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 23; 1t130 SUBSCRIPTIOX $2.00 YEAR i
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h Sponsor's Donation Is I Milton- Crouch Has IGJades Water' Company #I


150 Acres In Beans .


Secured For Building 1H.. Crouch-,-local- grower and I rro Spend $30,000 On- I

packing house operator, stated this

I Swimming Pool Here week at this that time he had ranging 150 acres from in beans three I Improvements To Plant


! weeks old to just planted crop. The | ,

-- 9-. acreage is in, severaj} tracts between o

; Clewiston Realty and C. D. D. Digs Canals I Clewiston Mr. Crouch and stated Lake Harbor.that all the | Precooled Vegetables to Intake Lines Will Extend -


i Development Co. I I In Section Fourteen the fields fact were that the looking fields good on the despite west''( Be Shipped by Water 4,000 Feet ,

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end had been badly in need of rain. \
j i -i Put Up Cash Into Lake
Showers during the past few days, !
I The Atlantic Dredging and Construction !
however, have helped considerably. Of interest to growers in this section
Company with a 50B Bu- I i ,
Picking, he 'says, will probably as well as other parts of South Water
That Clewiston will have, within I cyrus dragline is 'at work at this Florida is the announcement by the I The Glades Company has
start about the middle of October.Mr. I
a comparatively short time, a' new I time digging canals in Section 14 Crouch states that hie pack- Refrigerated Steamship Line, Inc., Ij announced plans for oxtensive improvements -
in'I
just east of the Clewiston townsite I to the water plant
i that regular stops will be made at
and modern swimming pool seems ing house at South Bay will be opened .
I Clewiston.The
designed to complete the drainage I
I about the tenth of October but Port Everglades in December to I
assured, reliable information having
!work, in that section and 'provide plans provide for a new intake .
handle produce from the precooling
been received this week that the he will not operate the house at 'for -
) feeders:: for the new pumping unit : out Into Lake OLeechobee
plant which is now under construction -
Lake Harbor this fall.
Clewiston Realty, and Development Installed by the Clewiston Draina'ge'District there. about 4,000 feet north of the filtration -
Company, formerly the Clewiston .
last May. plant which is located on
Company, has made the necessary From the precooling plant at Fort
the Industrial Canal near the Clew-
The fystem'of 'canals will be
sponsor's donation for the project,i!! main canal running east across one the MEETINGS OF S. F. C. D. Lauderdale, produce will be loaded iston Inn. The new intuke will bring

@ which if matched with federal funds, I on Tuesday, according to present water from the lake beyondthe
section, from the pump station and open
on the basis of other projects of the plans. Delivery will be made in New
rock reefs and is expected to
i six north and south feeder ditches.In .
; Works Progress Administration will : LANDOWNERS MAY York on Sunday for the Monday
addition there will be a levee provide water almost as good at the
markets. Shipments will be held in
result in the construction of the which
I thrown up completely around the source as that is now used
heated shed in New York
pool. a delivery
section. At the present time tho after treatment.A .
BOOST TAX PAYMENTRecent to frost damage and if the
According to the information the main feeder canal has been com- prevent sedimentation basin of concrete
sponsor's donation made by the II shipper wishes he may divert ship-
pleted about a half mile east from will be built near the filtration
Clewiston Realty and Development ments by rail to any other point.
the station and two of the north and l I plant with a capacity of 180,000 gallons -
Company consists of $2,500 in cash, south feeders. The entire work is meetings of landowners of George H. Kittredge, who is in of water. New concrete filters

the necessary tract of land on whichto expected ,to be completed about the the South Florida Conservancy Dis- charge of the construction of the are to be constructed, the pumping

locate the pool and bath houses I middle of November.The trict have afforded property ownersan precooling plant was a visitor in i capacity of the plant is to be increased
and the engineering work: for Clewiston this week in the interestof
and the entire filtration
draW-j southwest, quarter of this opportunity to acquaint them-
ing up plans and section, owned by the United States' advertising this service to the plant is to be modernized in every
selves with the financial conditionof
the project and supervisory work if In '
Everglades recent interview
I Sugar Corporation has been cleaned growers. a respect. ,
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the project is approved. I the District and should ,resultin Mr. Kittredge explained the of improvements
that cost -
off and will, it is reporeed, be planted It is expected
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,'. The sponsors have asked that the I, in cane within a. short time. There I stimulation of tax collections what great advances has been madein will be about $30,000

Kiwanis Club and other civic organ-I are several individual land owners I i from one of the most' fertile and the handling of vegetable and : and will be completed in about three

izations of the city cooperate in the section. most extensively farmed sections of I.. fruit shipments by steamer in the months. C. V. Rafn, of Palm Beach,

ery way in promoting this project I Clean-up work in the townsite by I:I the state. past few years. He stated that com- has been employed to superintendthe

which will..bring, to the city one ofI j I. the drainage district is virtually Commenting upon the recent interest plete temperature regulation could I) construction work under the

the greatest of recreational needs.II I complete, the dragline now working i on the part of landowners, be maintained in these precooled supervision of company officials.F. .

,In an enthusiastic meeting Wednes-i on the ditch running north and Jay W. Moran, Treasurer of the Unit- holds of vessels used and not only Deane Duff, president of the
day night the members of 'the Ki-I| ed States Sugar Corporation, stated but
south along the western boundary: produce requiring refrigeration company, states that the policy of
Aranis Club voted to cooperate in every that during a recent conference with that requiring ventilation could be
I of the town. When this ditch is complete the company has always been to pro-
way possible and it is probable other officials of the in
Corporation handled as well.Drainage .
I the work will be' finished, requiring vide the most wholesome water possible ;:-
that other organizations will 'lend I New York he was advised of the for the community and that
I about two more weeks work.: I I
every assistance at their command. I: Y meetings of the landowners. The officials the improvements now being made
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District Nears
Plans for the proposed pool are of the : which
I sugar company I I will provide for Clewiston residents,
now being drawn up by company en: Local Grower Has is the largest landowner and taxpayer I I water comparable with the best in

gineers and it is probable that application in the district were pleased to'End'i of AppraisalsAn the state. '

will be made to the WPA j Variety of Crops\ note that the other landowners are Although the initial cost of ex-

1 ,o for project approval within a very I I taking an interest in the affairs of I appraIS'-;; tending the intake pipe far out in-

short time. On most projects .of the I' -- I' the district and thereby affordingthemselves" RFC [ the Ever- to the lake is very heavy it is be-
type the sponsor's donation is only i I j Meny growers who feel that the l --an opportunity to learn' glades Drainage District is nearly be
? lieved that the plant may run_
twenty per cent of the total cost!! summer is a dead season in the Everglades -, its financial condition. I finished and the report will be rea- much more economically in the future -

and if this project be approved on'' and that there is little use The total land in the South Flor-, dy to go to Washington by the end Officials estimate that less

this basis and carried through to :1 in planting during that time might Ida Conservancy District, according 1 i I!::! of this month, according to F. C. than half of the present amount of

completion, Clewiston should have I I I be surprised were they to pay a visitto |Ito the 1935 tax roll, is B. LeGro, assistant general manager chemicals will be needed to treat

one of the finest bathing pools in !i the farm of WI. C. Hooker just ly 31,800 acres, of apprOximatp.-1 I) of the district, who was here from the water and as a consequence res-

the state.Local east of Clewiston and see the crops ; company owns 9,300. The sugar'company Miami yesterday. idents will secure water without

he now has under cultivation and : has paid all of its taxes j' Frank C. Rails, who is in chargeof chemical taste and a great deal softer -

Diamond Ball others being harvested. and, in addition thereto, has, foundit the appraisal, has left Miami for than the present city water.
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I Mr. Hooker has sixtY-five acres in necessary to advance funds Tallahassee to obtain additional information -

Team Wins Game;! Section 14 immediately adjoining against the 1936 tax levy to assure;, from' records on file
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I I the townsite on the east, the greater |'I continued operation of the district. I there, Mr. LeGro said. The appraisal Kiwanis Club Discusses;

portion of which is sandy land Mr. Moran expressed the hope was authorized by the Recon-I

With Matty Morrison, high school with scattering spots'of muck. All of I that the recent interest on the partof struction Finance Corporation after'I Recreational Projects

coach, on the mound for the hastily this ,is not now, under cultivation, the other landowners in the dis- officials of the district had appliedfor '

organized Clewiston diamond ball a portion having been too wet to I trict will bring to their attention the a loan with which to reduce the

team, the group of local lads defeated -] plant heretofore but tracts have urgent need for tax collections from district's present Indebtedness of The Kiwanis Club held its regu-

Moore Haven there Thursday i been picked out according to their I all landowners. $15,286,162.71. lar meeting Wednesday night at the

by the decisive score of nine to : suitibility for different crops and I I II I While here Mr. LeGro elucidatedthe Inn and a large part of) the time
discussion of the recreation -
in
a
one. Several of the members of the planted to a wide : assortment of Assault Charge tax cancellation resolution recently was spent
Againsti center following a reporton
championship high school team of| crops. I i adopted by the district com-
of the project by I.
two years ago were in the line-up i This week Mr. Hooker has picked missioriers and now in effect. the progress
v Herring Nolle Prossed,, M. Pafford chairman of the com-
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and the remainder were high school several hampers of tomatoes and "In order to take advantage of I
i mittee. All members agreed that the
boys.Ed I sold them on the local market. A this reduction the taxpayer must pay
I' club should do everything possible
Clark was on the receivingend few cucumbers have been sold and Upon the mediation of' mutual the taxes on the 1935 tax roll to the
the project, even -
of the coach's pitches while R.M. .j I' the end of this week he expects to friends J. E, Beardsley and Julius tax collector of his county on or be- to expedite work on further
to the extent of giving
Hare, Jr., was holding down the have watermelons ready for the Herring buried the hatchet and ended fore November 16, 1936, or he is

*$s first sack. For the first few innings (Continued on Page 5) their feud of several years forever barred from the benefits of financial aid. be-
met
W' these three players were the ing in West Palm Beach (Continued on page 5)) : The park committee had Patford's
at :Mr.: -
stand-I i iI fore the regular meeting
only that action in COXSERVAXCY
cjnes saw any DISTRICT before'' Herring was to have and

the field and the Moore Haven bat- LANDOWNERS M E E T trial for the second time on ,I LAKE: WATER IS XOT I home and discussed'work.ways This

ters went outone after the other -- l ation charging him with, assaulting INJURIOUS TO RATHERS means of speeding up
the club at the meeting. -
referred to
by the strike-out route until they The landowners of the South I Beardsley with intent to kill. The I was that thesponsor's
D. G. Alston reported
learned to focus their eyes on the Florida Conservancy District held two men shook hands and just as A. W. Lawrence, President of the donation had been securedfor

steaming underhand deliveries by another meeting Tuesday night at I Judge John LP Moore was preparing -' Kiwanis Club, recently wrote to the pool and that
the swimming
g. Morrison.Not I Belle Glade, with about sixty of the to call a jury, County. SolicitorW. I i. State Board of Health asking that the Kiwanis new Club had been asked
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only were the Moore Haven landowners present. H. H. 'Viedge- .: E. Roebuck asked that the an examination be made, If possible, the

(Continued on Page 8) worth, chairman of the landowners charge be nolle prossed with Beards- of the Lake Okecchobee water in I to co-operate in getting construction projectapproved
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organization presided. ley's permission. this_ vicinity to determine whether discussed
,. SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS TO Roscoe Braddock reported as The information was filed on De- or not it was suitable for swimming.The ; soon as possible. This was

', BE SOLD AT WAREHOUSE ; chairman of the committee on work cember 31, 1932 as a result of a letter was written after several Continued on Page 8)

--- I needed to be done in the district. fight between the two men which i children had comp ained'of sore HALTED UNTIL
A complete line of International There were ten recommendationsfor been I I in the WORK:
\ resulted in Beardsley's having eyes and ears after swimming MONDAY OX rAnK
fertilizers and insecticides as wellas immediate work all in the neigh- (Continued on Tags 5)) rim canal near the hurricane gate.

seeds, feeds, crates and hampers borhood of Belle 'Glade and Chosen. I On' Saturday last week Mr. WPA workmen: have been idle

, :.,., and other farming material will! Resolutions were adopted asking ETHEL WILLIS CHOSEN Lawrence received a reply from his most of this week from work on the
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-be handled by W. B. Gate of Miami, that the service of an attorney be TO EDIT SCHOOL NEWS I letter and on the same day the Dis- recreation center as the monthly

." who moved here this week and has I dispensed with. -- trict Sanitary Officer of this district hour quota had been exhausted. The

:'', leased the old Miner packing house Walter Hooker, a supervisor of Miss Ethel, Willis, a member of j S. D. Mcready, of West Palm supervisor, John H. Doty, states that

south of the A. C. L. freight' 'depotfor I the district, made a statement regarding -I'I the 1937 graduating class of Clew-,I Beach came here to see him. Mr. work will commence again on Mon-

his business. the RFC loan and regardingthe iston High School was this week II III :Mcready stated that although an day and that he expects to have

Large shipments of fertilizershape landowners and taxpayers of the chosen as editor of the school news analysis had not been made of the twice aQ many men as he has been
been received this week and district, showing the United States I,I I II trucksare
"which will he published weekly in water here that several had been working on the project. More
Mr. Cate states that he is all ready Sugar Corporation to be the largest the News starting next week. made 'at other places around the expected to be available and the

'W to supply growers of ,this vicinity landowners with all taxes paid. He I I Other members of the staff are as I i lake rim and that there was noth- hauling of the marl for the tennis

, with anything they need In murk ,I also added that the services of an I I follows: Trevalyn Moltz, a Junior, ing in the water which might cause court should be finished within 'a

or sand fertilizers, manganese and 'attorney were of great importance I I assistant editor; LeRoy Hare, a trouble. He stated further that any couple of days.'

sulphur as well as other insecti- while the RFC loan for rehabilitation Sophomore, sports editor and Bar- kind of water would cause sore eyes The crew spent several days at

cides. His seed stock at this time and refinancing was being ad-I I bara Smith, Jimmy Holland, Kathleen and ears if one stayed in It too long Moore Haven last week and the first

consists mainly of peas: beans, corn ministered. Frank E. Bryant, of i-1 Chapman, Eric Belcher and and expressed the belief that this t of this week loading C9ncrete aggregate -

and cabbage but a complete line ami, is at present attorney for the William Willis as reporters from is what had happened to those who onto a barge' to be brought

has been ordered and is expected to board of supervisors.No the grades, all grades throughout had complained. He said that if it here. It has been stock-piled at the

arrive at any time. Crate materialand further action was taken toward the" fourth represented. Miss was considered necessary that he park and it is estimated that aboutone

hampers 'will be stocked and on <<: completion of the Lockhart will Doro-j tenth of the amounthas .
I I ,proposed thy be( the would return and make the analysisat necessary .

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News Review of Current FIERCE resulted attacks in by the the capture Spanish of HappinessRUE I'

BRISBANETHIS Irun, on the French border, and II
happiness
the defenders were mercilessly T can never I
the World OverHitler i slaughtered save for those who were be founded upon falsehood.The I
Events able to take refuge in France. The profits of lying are much
WEEK town was reduced to smoking ruins, over-estimated. It pays to be r.!I
true. At least shall be 1
and the victors promptly startedan we at '
advance westward against San peace with ourselves. Where is

World's Chemists Busy Demands Return of German Colonies-American Sebastian, their main objective, in happiness? It is to be foundin
the all about I I''
The New Hell-Broth the north. Recognizing the fact world us, in :
in North PacificDiscordin that this large resort could the stillness of a summer night
Our Gold Pile : Fleet to Maneuver city not
Huge long be defended, the government in the pride of a good thing
World 'Power Conference. administration there offered to sur- done, 'in the flush of a summer
in Asia and
The great fighters .
of Frederick the -< render the place if full amnestywere dawn, the following of an ideal,
Europe in the days
promised; but declared if this the strong grip of a friend, the
Great and
leon had Napo-little By EDWARD W. PICKARD were refused the city would be perfect heart of a rose, or the

idea of war's fu Western Newspaper Union. burned to the ground and the 625fas'cist wild sweetness of a. song. It
ture. But marvelous prisoners held there wouldbe is always very near.-Dame
things some HUNDREDS of thousands of' chief of naval operations, said shot. There was great discord Nellie Melba. .
the the party con- frankly that if Japan,does not agree among the defenders, the anarch-
of greatest, A
roused to'this limitation by next April "the ists' contented heart is an even
vention in Nuremburg, were insisting, on destroying the city
Napoleon espe- sea in the midst of all
storms.
to great enthusiasm by a proclamation sky is the limit. anyhow.
cially, might
from Reichs-I Then the nationals tooka
4 have done with I Basque
t o d a y's inven- fuehrer Hitler to the AMERICAN dairymen are pro- hand, assuming control of the
tions. effect that Ger- to Secretary of, 'city and sending a lot of the an-
I Frederick the I h many, staving rearmed State Hull against the reciprocal archists to Bilbao. This move resulted
G rea t's father and scrappedmost trade treaty with Brazil which, they in a virtual armistice while
selected the tall- of the Ver- assert, hs seriously injuring the in- negotiations for surrender of the

est men he could sailles treaty, was dustry by encouragement of the city went forward.
find for his ready to press its manufacture of imitatio butter. Later it was reported that the

," guard, probablykept demand for restora- Under the treaty, Brazilian babassuoil rebel forces had rejected the termsof
I i.:' Arthur BrUbnne them away > 36.y tf tion of its pre-war unknown in United States mar- surrender, and shelling of ,the

,;:: from the firing line. In battle they colonies. This, he kets prior to 1935, now is being usedat city began. The civilian inhabitantswere

would have been killed first, hit by --- asserted! was the necessary the rate of more than a million fleeing in panic.
the bullets that go over the heads of Adolf Her to eco- pounds a month for manufacture ofa South ol Madrid the government
.,'. shorter men. nomic independenceof butter substitute.Mr. forces were said to have made
Germany'and would be achieved Hull referred the protests to progress and there were claims that
within the next four years. Said the Assistant Secretary Sayre, who Talavera had been taken and that (.

y The wholesale killers of the old chancellor: pointed out that the provision for the Alcazar in Toledo was practically If yolu.feed.
f; days prepared their killings by "It is regrettable that the rest of free importation of the nut and oil battered to pieces by loyalist .

- ,' marching men up and down, drilling the world fails to understand the na- was authorized by congress in the artillery.The -tired
l--< them, encouraging them with ture and greatness of our task. If trade agreement act of 1934. He Madrid government was reorganized -
:, titles, brass bands to lead them; a certain British politician declares added that the success of the program and: Francisco Largo Ca- run-down

r.'' fancy uniforms. All that means Germany needs no colonies as she was of vital interest to the ballero, left wing Socialist, was nervous .'
.."> little now. may buy her raw materials, then American dairy farmer, "who has made premier.
...-.. About 100 miles from Berlin there this remark is about as bright as more to gain from the re-establish- French workers in Paris in a -out of sorts
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? ., is a station called Leuna. There that of the Bourbon princess who, pent of prosperous domestic mar- great demonstration, insisted that is usually a definite reason
< most useful work is done, in theory when she saw a mob crying for kets for his products through the the government abandon its non- I THERE complaints. ..so,now let's

{:. and through study of the manufacture bread, wondered why-if the people restoration of an abundant foreign intervention policy and give active reason,sensibly. _

r:.,'., of synthetic petroleum; and had no bread-they did not eat cake. trade than by a policy of excluding aid to the Spanish government. Don't try to get well in a day...this
rt there most important, learned men "If Germany had not, for fifteen even the most remotely competitive Premier Blum, while not conceal- is asking too much of Nature. Remem-
t-::. .' with big heads, spectacles and ant years, been squeezed dry and cheated : products." ing his sympathy with the Madrid ber, she has certain natural processes
';" amount of education that would of her entire international sav- crowd, declared that if France that just cannot be hurried. '

': make you dizzy if you could imagine ings; if she had not lost her entire THERE was glee in government dropped neutrality, Italy ,and Germany Therefore, if 'you are pale tired,
;', it, concentrate their brains on foreign holdings; if, above all, she when it was announcedthat would be able to give the lack a keen appetite have lost weight
the preparation of better, more efficient -. still possessed her colonies, we the United States treasury of Spanish rebels much speedier and and feel rundown. ..a frequent sign
poison gases and high ex- could much more easily master the fering of $914,000,000 in 20 to 23- more effective aid than the French that your blood-cells are weak, with a

: plosives. difficulties." year two and three fourths per could give to the loyalists.Representatives tendency towards anemia-then do try
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Every country has its similar Then, addressing the convention cent bonds dated September 15 of twentyfour in the simple, easy way so many:mil

death laboratory; men perhaps as directly, the fuehrer launched a new was..oversubscribed nine times. Of powers were scheduled to confer in lions approve-by starting a course of
S.S.S. Blood Tonic to feel like
,: efficient as those of Germany. campaign .against bolshevism and course those who are informed know London on plans for the establish- your-
self again. (! s.s.s.Co.Sharp .
the Jews. that the ,reason is the banks, in- ment of a nonintervention control
"Bolshevism seeks to exterminate surance companies and other: investment committee. Portugal, however, was r
; Henry Irving, on the stage of his 1
1 still holding out. ,
im- governments based on a community institutions are glutted .
theater in London, prepared an
of race and blood and replace them with money for which they have r
pressive presentation of the witches
r= in "Macbeth old toothless hags, by non-Aryan Jewish element of no been seeking profitable employment.Of CREWS of two Portuguese war-
race," Hitler warned. "Sooner or the treasury's latest offering mutinied and decided to
their hell-broth with
preparing later sovietistic authority states will $400,000,000 of bonds is to raise new .take the vessels to the aid of the d
4" power to summon spirits from the end in anarchy, since Jewish ele- cash and $514,000,000 is to providefor Spanish government forces at .Malaga Tongues ,
dead and make them foretell the
ments possess only despotic facul- the exchange of 1.5 per cent or Valencia. As the ships Poison-tipped tongues have
j1.1. future. ties, never organizing reconstructive notes maturing September 15. started to leave their buoys the pierced many a good reputation.
Far more efficient are those solemn -
ones. shore batteries opened fire. Twelveof
German chemists, physicists "The rock of foundation of the of delegates, from the mutineers were killed and Health-Wrecking Functional
and other professors, preparing the Un- HUNDREDS wounded and the others
state is an authoritarian 'will. many were present twenty PAINS
'L real hell-broth of poison gas, upon limited individual liberty leads to when the third World Power con- speedily gave in. The Lisbon gov-
which the future of civilization and Severe functional pains of men
anarchy. All states have experi- ference opened in Washington, with ernment said the men were under
struation cramping spells and jan-
,
the domination of the earth -
may enced the destructive effects of de- President JuliusDorpmueller : the influence of communist propa- her
of
rob
depend for centuries. gled nerves soon a woman
many "
mocracy. in the ganda. freshness. PAIN
natural, youthful
} We had our periods of universal
t c h air. Prospectswere lines in a woman's face too often
barbarism and cannibalism, our FOLLOWING: closely upon the vis- good for a use- GEORGE W. NORRIS grow into AGE lines !
ages of flint, bronze and iron, our of Gen. RydzSmiglyof ful discussion of the SENATOR Republican, who Thousands of women have foundIt

r'. many interesting forms of ruler- Poland, France and Poland problems connectedwith said he wished to retire from public helpful to take Cardul. They say
ship, planned to give one or a few signed a military treaty of friend- the industry, life, is a candidate for re-election It seemed to ease their pains, and
? control over all the others. We had ship. It 'reported too that they noticed an Increase in their
was but discord crept in ir spite of himself. A petition placing
the age of military feudalism, and lend u M appetites and finally a strengthened
France had agreed to 600,000- early in the pro- him on the ticket 'was filed by of
many think that we are now seeing 000) francs for completion of Po- ceedings. At a round more than forty thousand of his resistance to the discomfort
the end of "industrial feudalism." land's new railroad linking the Si- table debate friends and thousand sig- monthly periods.
v on pub- only one Try Cardul. Of course if It doesn't
There may be in the centuries lesian coal fields with the port of lic regulation and natures were necessary. Mr. Norris help you; see your doctor ,
ahead of us a period of airplane- 'Gdynia, rival of the Free City of ownership of utili- ib seventy-five years old. Chairman

f: .! poison gas rule, which will make Danzig. Julius ties, M. P. David- Farley of the Democratic party said The Difficulty,

the peoples of the world as com- Josef Beck, Polish foreign min- Dorpmueller son, representing the filing of the Norris petition made Anger is useful, but who can
pletely subject to a single dictatorship ister, told Berlin the Franco-Polish Mayor Fiorello La Guardia of New him ,"very happy." keep a rein on it?
ji4; as were the ancient galley- accord would have no effect on York, said the only way to reduce Gov. Eugene Talmr.dge of Geor-

slaves, swinging their oars under' friendly relations with Germany; electric rates is by threatening,,pub gia, severe critic of the New Deal,
_. the lash. but nevertheless there was consid- lic ownership. Three prominent private was defeated for nomination as
There are a good many things erable anxiety in Warsaw concerning utility men promptly "took United States senator by the pres- Ccz'pudiae
1 ;" we haven't seen and many to whichwe Germany's reaction. a walk," and -John C. Dalton, man- ent incumbent, Richard B. Russell.
devote too little thought, 'includ- ager of the County of London Elec- IP Washington state Gov. ClarenceD.
ing perhaps the fact that it is dan- BACK at his desk after an illness tric Supply, criticized (Davidson'stalk Martin was renominated by the
gerous to be too rich if you are not months, Secretary of the as a "tirade." Democrats and former Gov. R. H.

a prepared to defend yourself against Navy Claude A. Swanson immediately The discussion started in connec- Hartley was named by the Repub- ;

burglars. made an announcement tion with a paper by John E. Zim- licans. Gov. Ed C. Johnson o: Colo-
: Those thousands of' millions in that: will be of deep merman, president of the "United rado captured the Democratic nom- cEff Relieved.

gold that we are hiding away in a interest to Japan. Gas Improvement company, who ination for senator and will be opposed -
hole in the ground, as ingenuouslyas The annual fleet held that power "yardsticks" suchas by R. L. Sauter Republican. NEURALGIC PAIN

any squirrel hiding his hickory maneuvers, which i the TVA and Boulder Dam can- Arizona Democrats ,,refused renomi-
4 ; nuts, may bring us trouble some 1 last M r y were not be compared with private utili-. nation to Gov. B. B. Moeur, select- I tpdClldlbecau1e

; day.The shifted to the Canal ties unless operating conditions are ing instead R. C._ Stanford of :/, /;", ,,;,/
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a thought of, those ten thou- Zone as a concilia- similar. Such yardsticks, *i said, Phoenix. In Connecticut the Re- .-U/.1

sand millions' worth of gold bars tory gesture to Japan v: will lead to competitive methods publicans nominated Arthur M. DISSOLVED-
j and dollars, hidden not very far below will be held S already proved "wasteful and un- Brown for governor. ALREADY
T,' the surface, might cause some next year in' North : {v Mv:4 satisfactory."

r ingenious Asiatic or European to Pacific and Hawai- y w In papers taking the opposite actions and dramatic
say to himself: ian waters, and view, Prof. William E. Mosher of HEROIC marked the collision of
"For one or two billions I could probably the Tokio Syracuse university, and James C. the excursion steamer Romance
prepare the necessary machinery, press will yelp Sec. Swanson Bonright of the New York State and the steamship New ,York in a
flying ships and poison gas included again. With the announcement Sec. Power Authority, held that public dense fog ten miles off Boston,
to conquer the necessary areas Swanson asserted Japanese plans to competition with private companiesis Mass. The Romance sank in twen-

,,_' of the United States and frighten retain overage submarines and destroyers "indisputable evidence" of de- ty minutes, but every passengerand i
the others into submission. Having involve a "violation" of the clining faith in regulation. member of the crew was taken
/;: laid down my layer of gas, I would London and Washington naval trea- safely aboard the New York. The
s':, descend and take the ten thousand ties, which are to expire December ACCORDING to the New York rescued numbered 268, most of the
., millions and go home with a clean 31 by Japanese abrogation.' He followed Times, whose dispatche from passengers being women and chilI I 0 0
':;, profit of eight billions in gold." up his.charge with the statement Washington are usually most reli- ; dren from Greater Boston. The
t:' :: that the United States has able, President Roosevelt is considering -I. New York then turned back into WNU-7 3936DIMPLY4j

1,: It seems impossible to believe the completed plans for two new battle- for submission to congress, in Boston harbor with a twelve foot
.',". hideous accounts of the maltreat- ships and is prepared to begin con- event of his re-election, a farreaching hole in her bow. There was no
ment and cruel deaths inflicted upon struction "at a moment's notice." plan of governmental reorgani- panic aboard the Romance, ana the

|ji- women in the civil war now raging The fleet maneuvers, officially zation. The plan possibly would in- officers and crews of both vessels ''
f' in Spam. designated as "fleet proolem No. volve, the Times stated, the 'con- displayed discipline and bravery
, / : That men should fight and murder 18," will be held during late May solidation or abolition of some of that elicited high praise. SPOTSCuticura

;(' ,,. each other is to be expected, and early June. The area of opera- the major departments and bu
;, since they are at best "half tiger, tions, it was indicated, will be the reaus. JULIANA, crown princess of the relieves burning.itchlng and
half monkey," and often the mon triangle between the Aleutian Is- "Whatever the President finally ,has found her future of pimples! rashes, eczema of external

key gives way to the tiger. But lands, Hawaii, and Seattle, where proposes," the Times said, "one husband in a German prince, other skin irritations soothe,heal,bring ,
.;. that they should inflict shameful ill the fleet problem of 1935 was con- may hear in informed quarters now Bernhard zur Lippe-Biesterfeld. The origin-helps comfort. A world-

.,: treatment and hideous death on de- ducted. Vessels and planes pr o- that the regular cabinet posts mightbe announcement of their betrothalwas wide astonishing success. Buy now I Soap
fenseless women seems utterly unbelievable ably will work! as far west as the decreased hailed in the Haegue with utmost 25c. Ointment 25c. All druggists.
'-;;.. even when you know Wake Islands. A possibility, the Times stated, joy. Juliana, who is twenty- -
what men are, in a mob. Armament of the new battleships ; would be consolidation of the'army, seven, is beloved for her jollity and .
C King Feature. 8yndleU, I no. ib at present limited to 14 inch guns, I navy and air corps in a department good humor, and also she has been
j: W*1R 8enrlo, I but Admiral William H. Standley, I of national defense. carefully trained for the throne. I I I




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Spirited Kittens on I thought up enough cute tricks to ;
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Gaspe Peninsula I give ,you decoration for a week's
Cross 'Stitch TowelsA
r supply of tea towels. Sit right I
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aQ[ :''. Y'.. r.t; :.jz'S..x.\'m t \: "\ i'3' A v:(' .z.L.rd } and
get started on your set. The

seven simple motifs work up very

LJ1N7Qi DryCSOAYOA quickly in a combination of 'cross

stitch, single and outline stitches. ''
Use colored floss.

r cV iroaR, 9'u'G In pattern 5572 will find
: you a

LODAY( [ ) GNo transfer pattern of seven motifs
5 by 8, inches (one for each-day '

of the week) ; color 'suggestions;

rRIDAY illustrations of all stitches needed;
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,tr? 1,y ,.r" gw' FDA preferred) to The Sewing Circle
Three Stages of Obesity. : SVRDAY Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

THERE are many of us who Fourteenth St., ,New York, N. Y.
little"plumpness" A dull moment's unthinkablewith I Write
when a plainly pattern number,
these seven, mischievous kit-
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in girls or women tens about! In fact, they've your name'and address.

was considered attractive; anyone

'who was thin or "skinny" was I Cleaning Cod on the Gaspe Peninsula. I Temper in SolitudeWhen LADEN BEAST :
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than He who learns and makes
considered less attractive 'no
I get good and angry, I
Prepared by the National Geographic Society. most northerly summer resorts of use of his learning, 'is a beastof
one of normal weight. Washington. D. C.WNU Service. insist on being alone. It. saves '
through an eastern Canada and the first townto reputation for being explosiveand burden, with a load ,of books., .
We have been passing an out-thrust tongue of land be encountered in the Gaspe my

era when .the reverse has- .been the CKE I the wide mouth of the St. peninsula. Here at Metis Beach the dangerous, and for years this Comprehendeth the ass whetherhe

case,i and when girlsand Lawrence river lies .he Gaspe golfer has his last game, for a while, was my heaviest handicap-tem- carries on his back a library -

women have peninsula, one of the newer at any rate.'Turning per.-Van Amburgh. or a bundle of fagots?-Saadi.WON&ERFUL ,

been trying to attain wonderlands of North America. <
south from them, the -
: a slim, slenderor With completion of the Perron Boul- ,
EY road crosses the base'of the penin- '.!f
figure. It ,'
boyish vard in 1928, it was opened to motor
sula, climbing the hills behind the
to
is gratifying ists around its entire areaaboutten watershed which
to the
village separates -
know that this de- limes that of Rhode Island. This the valley of the; Metis ':.

@ sire for extreme summer it is being visited by an river, flowing into the Saint Law-
thinness is passing
vacationistsfrom
of
increasing number ,
rence, from that of the Matapedia, -a
and that our
away while the United States. flowing toward the Bay of Chaleur. Just for This Picture of Dr. Dafoe -
overweights,
anxious to The climate is literally anique. Bay of Chaleur rivers and there .. Naming ,

properly.rid of their ex- There is plenty of bright sunlightout are plenty of them, are full of and the Dionne Quins
get
no really hot weather. July and salmon.
Dr. Barton. cess weight, are
75
now satisfied to be August seldom see more than The small white town of Carletonwas 4,168 DIFFERENT GIFTS! .

of "average" weight.It degrees. named for an Eighteenth cen- 6 CHEVROLET SEDANS '

was Dr. L. F. Barker, Johns Thanks to Gaspe's northern lat- tury governor general of Canada. 120 FRIGIDAIRES RCA RADIOS rs t ;,,. G

Hopkins university, who spoke some itude, it has an hour orso/ more day- Acadians of the original settlementin 2OOO CASH WARDS OF $2 EACH 't

years ago about the three stages of light each day in midsummer than 1775 called the place Traca- 3,000 CASH WARDS OF $% EACH .s = ?

obesity or overweight, that is: (1) Toronto or Boston. Best of all in I digeche, from Micmac word mean- r s t

the enviable, (2) the comical, and this favored land is the air-once ing "Place of Many Herons." The Today Quins, more are than a ever glorious the healthy tribute to robust the .. +7'vA t w, {.,;.,rDioanc

(3) the pitiable stage. We have all ;breathed, never' forgotten. "Atmos- name was later changed, under the finest methods of child.raisin?. Today, and ;' ,J ,'.
and pheric champagne," it has been influence of Americans who came every day the Dionne Quins have Quaker Oats. '" '
seen these three stages a s To bring this fact to the attention of every l ,
mentioned above the first or envi- called. to ,Gaspe rather than fight againstthe mother Quaker Oats is making a sensational wOt d
e O'
able the that formerly of the an- English in the Revolution.An offer of$24,600.00 worth of wonderful FREE E.A. "I
stage- one Here northern outposts GIFTS!...Just for the most original suitable s1c 1.: ,
aroused envy in others is now cient Appalachian Mountain system, Old Codfishing Town names for this picture of Dr.Dafoe and the Dionne Quins,Quaker t
is offering 4,168 gorgeous prizes-6 Chevrolet Sedans,42 Frigiaaires, ;. *
coming back into fashion as it astern backbone of the continent The town of Paspebiac, old- 120 RCA Radios 1,000 prizes of$2 in cash,and 3.000 prizes of$1 in ..}
"rounds out" the female figure by from Alabama to Canada, meet the cash!Half of these will be awarded on October 30th 1936,the other 4.LliC,
fashioned codfishing center is an half on December 15,1936....Your grocer has all the details of this -
filling in hollows. sea and sink beneath it in a chaos odorous introduction to the authentic sensational offer. See him today and and out how to enter...it may t 6 I'

Physicians, as a rule, have not :of cliff and headlard.The Gaspe industry. Down on the mean a wonderful free gift for you I ._
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much weight.faith, In in most exercise cases in this reducing is because interesting Gaspe mixture.folk are a strange and beach practices are haveremained warehouses, where the many same See.Yoiir: ,Grocer'for, DefailsotHow to Win;One'of These Wonderful Free Gifts!t !


knowing their patients, they since the industry began soon after :
Mixed Race
People Are a .
know that they will not take the the time of Jacques Cartier, 400 'iI
exercise aryway. In other cases The first settlers were a few Nor-
Cod stored about
years ago. are as a R
the physicians have not studied the man and Breton fishermen who an-
they were by the first .local fisher-
.effects of exercise ,in reducing nually made adventurous journeysacross
in stacks
men, resembling huge pine
weight and when asked what the Atlantic to' these famous
special
cones. Cod are split, spread ,
[ exercise or what game should codfishing grounds and finally decided and dried so that they are hard open and I ADVERTISED BARGAINS]

o be played, cannot give the neces- to stay the year round insteadof flat as boards. Then they are arranged -

sary advice. Further there are so returning to France when the in cylindrical ,piles, the :
of in which season vas over. :
many cases overweight
lower end smaller than the top and
exercise would be thatit Next came the Acadians, drivenout
dangerous covered by pieces of birch bark /"YUR.readers should always remember that our :
of Nova Scotia. A few of them
is safer not to recommend any.
held dowi. .
by stones.A
reached some isolated spots on the community merchants cannot afford to adver- .
Take Doctor's Advice miles the trav-
few brings
north side of the Bay of Chaleur, more tise a bargain unless it is a real bargain. They do -
eler to Port, Daniel where Jacques
,
Generally speaking, physiciansare
began fishing, and have been fishingever ;j
very wise in advising that the Cartier made his 'headquarters advertise bargains and such advertising means '

first and foremost step in reducing ,These since.Acadians have a distinctive while he explored the' Ba: of money saving to the people of the community.

weieht is to cut down on the amountof Chaleur. A wide sand bar almost.
accent and of speakmglargely
a
food eaten. way closes the mouth of the Port Daniel
produced by their maritime
The first thought with most'physicians river, and most of the village is
habits. A horse "swings" in its
is to advise cutting down on built on the sand bar. The road for

the starch foods bread, potatoes, course to starboard or larboard, as the next 40 miles hugs the shore. f.) t >',:\.: ,: A 0 %Y: ,; .,ay..
old time sailors said-and when you : 'o'Zi.;,iy5,:: s,D, y .
sugar and pastry because starch stop the steed is "moored." Then suddenly Perce comes to .St f .jtjG\s ro\Q.A.Rs foods are stored as fat in the view. On the landward j
away side red
:
are 33" a. Lkk'" '
After the cession of the country to ,;;L,,,:y r5 c t; r '
body. peaks partly covered by greenery, '
Britain came the Channel Islanders, 'RL r. \
Other physicians advise cutting Guernseymen and Jerseymen from then the tops of three fanglike cliffs
down on the fat foods-cream but and white
? village nestling between
the English islands off the coast of,
ter, fat meats-first because they France. Those English-French newcomers them and the headlands frontingthe h ay QK of g ny x; RS t 5'' ;&'' x<. \t\y .o.ttx X' 4 .
feel that as the body has a lot of bay.
speaking either languagewith
fat in it and it this fat ,
on can Off shore stands the magnificent
corA lete facility, as they still
be used for the needs of the body
du, settled down in some vacant Pierced Rock (Rocher Perce)
thus reducing the fat and thereforethe looking like the of
spaces, set to fishing and privateering wall some hugesea

weight. and left plenty of descendants fortress or a monstrous battle-
The ideal way to get rid of the behind them.A ship, dwarfing to insignificance the

weight would appear to be cutting village to which it gives its name.
few later, about the timeof
years
down fats and
equally on starches.
Revolution Near its outward end an arch has
the American groups
However as the starch foods are been
cut through by the action of
of "loyalists or "Tories, left the
the ones that give energy, or "pep"as
the water. Farther seaward
was the
United States establish them-
it is so often called, and fat new to ?
tower of the wall
sentry a smaller HEARTBURN
foods useful selves at the head of Gaspe Bay and
are more as "protection" -
of rock
pinnacle originally joined to
in other well-selected spots.
to the body and to ward off it by another arch which has'
long heart-
illnesses, cutting down more on fats Then the Irish arrived-they, too, since fallen in. It's surprising how many have

than on starches would perhaps be i had settlements of their own-and
The road from here to Gaspe burn. Hurried heavy
better. another group, northern Irish or climbs through mountain valleysand eating, overeating,
Another point about fats is that Scottish, of bold sea-roving stock in
up peaks which are green and excessive all lead to
proteid foods-meats, eggs, fish- either case. rounded on the landward side but smoking, drinking

all contain considerable fat anyway, The Canadian habitant, most per- fronting the sea as vertical red cliffs. it heed the
When
and of colonists finally heartburn. comes
and it is the proteid foods that are sistent prolific Around the end of the peninsulalies ,
i never cut down in a weight reduc- worked his way along both
Gaspe Bay. On its south side is strike.TAKE
stomach 'a
Your
on .
ing diet. The proteid foods are the north and south shores and set an warning.
which the road
along hills
runs, are
builders example of farming in a country
body building up worn out and woods and farms. On the other
tissues and creating so much heator which so far had been entirely devoted -
side stands a range of wooded
action that to fishing. :
"dynamic" all foods
heights ending in the 700-foot cliffsof
are more completely burned in a Finally, on the St. LawI enc near :
Cape Gaspe, a long stone finger
short time. the mouth of the Metis river, at the
landward end of the peninsula, was pointing southeastward across the
Ideal Reducing Diet. 'mouth of the bay. An extensive
established a colony of Scottish and
The ordinary or regular diet for English settlers. drawbridge crosses the bay where

one of average weight Js one part the French explorer) Jacques Car-

proteid meat, eggs, fish to two Revealed by a HighwayTen tier, discoverer of the St. Lawrence

parts fats butter, cream, fat years ago only a few out- river too:? refuge during a storm.

meats, egg yolks to four parts siders had any idea of the interest Gaspe village two years ago celebrated -

starch foods and vegetables. In a and beauty of the Gaspe area, for a four-hundredth anniver-

reducing diet however the propor- it was difficult of access. The last sary, with French and British both

tion is much different, the proteid few years,- however, have: seen astonishing participating in the ceremonies. A

foods are so necessary that theyare changes.By huge granite cross was unveilednear

not reduced; in fact proteid a remarkable feat of highway the spot where Cartier landedin

. ;'fritJI foods are actually increased. engineering, a .broad safe 553-mile 1534 and took possession of the u, lrur tric+..w.kS

U The ideal reducing diet then takes road, linked with the general sys- soil for France.

into consideration the number of tems of Quebec and New Brunswick, The north shore of the Gaspe MILNESIASMilnesia

calosies-heat units-necessary to and so with those of New England, peninsula provides thrilling automo-

Sustain the "ideal" weight of the has encircled the entire peninsula. biling through the wild green Shick- the milk of magnesiain
original
individual. Automobiles can. tour the area shock mountains. This worthy rangeof ,

Thus if the individual is eating where ox carts and dog carts were the Appalachians rearing to a wafer form taken after indulgence
'
3,000 calories a day and it is decided outdistanced formerly only by the height of more than 4,000 feet is ,

that 2,000 calories is all that horse and the reckless bicycle. A strangely shaped. The summits are relieves heartburn. Crunchy and

should be eaten these 2,000 calories popular approach is to cross the St. almost level; the peaks have been tasty.

will be divided about as follows: Lawrence from Quebec to Levic. An washed and ground away, and only Each wafer milk

COO calories of proteid foods, 1,000 easy day's journey eastward, with the flat-foundations a' e left. In the equals 4 teaspoonfuls

calories of starch and vegetable the St. Lawrence at the left of the distance it looks like a barrier wall of & hoc packages.

: foods and 400 calories of fat foods. highway growing constantly wider, with higher towers rising here and magnesia zoc, 35C

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County. that can't be nailed down is being II i from previous programs. A new anthem Turner, H. H. ............_.......... 5.00 I
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National Commander Murphy, occasion.On I .............................. 30.00
hundred bucks isn't to be sneezed -I however, says that the rough stuffis the following Sunday evening Veal, Carter ..-..._t_.__....._........ 3.00
at. We'll see you at the show OUT at the Cleveland conventionand Her. Holmes Logan, pastor of the(Western Union Telegraph I II
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President and then a National Commander accommodations are mighty NOTICE ed having a place of business in the I.
for the American Legion.If hard to secure and all indications City of Clewiston. jiotd Patricia

they had a World Series team point to the American Legion Con The following persons, firms, cor- R. Y. PATTERSON,
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housewife may breathe a sighof boys have money-the bonus help- have a City license, on "or before 98, Sept. 25, 1936. I
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relief. The last Thursday closingof October 1, 1936: Outside Rooms With
yesterday and day than was the case a :year or so
the year took place Name Amount
Bath
next week store clerks will lie compelled ago.The Alstons, Inc. ..........___.._........ $10.00 NORGE REFRIGERATORS Private
to work all day Thursday the outstanding event will be the Alfaf Creamery Co. ..._........ 10.00 '
Furniture COOL CLEAN, QUIET
same as other days. gigantic parade on Tuesday when it Avant, H. C. _..._................... 2.00 and 'home Furnishings ,
is expected to require from ten to Bakers Service Station ........ 5.00B. PHILCO RADIOS Overlooking Biscayne Bay
is with us twelve hours for it to pass a given & B. Cash Grocery ............ 7.50
The football season good point. Florida will be well repre- Beardsley, J. E. _....__............. 2.50 Household .Two blocks; to Shops, Theatre and
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all sections of the state. Pret- .
see Pahokee's first game of the sea- from Cate, J. M. Co. ........._.......... 7.50
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games the boys in the Engineer of- Corps, has been receiving consider- Cl'ewiston Garden ................ 7.00 ',,-- $1.50 Single
fice will be glad to contact you. able publicity in local papers while Clewiston Home Building 1 .B. MershonAGEXT
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Fort comes the Florida units in concerts and on radio Clewiston Laundry, Inc. .... 5.00
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Clewiston Motor Company... 20.00
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PW'A projects he'll wipe many a convention. All of which will help 1 I' Clewiston Supply Company 12.50 Insurance Company S. D. McCREARY: Proprietor

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to Fort, Myers.:. of Florida, after i Clewiston Realty & Develop ....=- -
Things have quieted. down : ment Corporation .......... 10.00 ----- -

If you're one of those who say Dave's visit a wek ago but the ar- Criticos, M .............._........... 1.00
Dixie Crystal Theatre ........ 10.00
rival of Mayor John W. Alsop of
is waste of time In
that farming a Jacksonville, Florida's "Brass Dixie Cleaners ....-.--.............. 5.00 FERTILIZERS
the summer time take time out and Dixie Linen Supply............. 5.00 I
go visit W. C. Hooker's farm. He Band" mayor, gave us another break Espenlaub Garage .............. 10.00 Increase Yields Better ,
your Improve Quality, and get
your
has almost everything growing thata and Florida took the spotlight EzelleDr.: J. W. .. ............... 5.00 '' Prices for all this .
: ,,, your Vegetable crops year
person could name and most of again. First Bank of Clewiston ...... 10.00 I ;,. .,
them planted and raised through the Jack Frost of Jacksonville, withhis George Apartments ............ 2.50 INTERNATIONALMUCK
hottest weather this summer. Forty and Eight train,' is due Glades Power & Light Co..... 50.00 BRANDS'
here the last of this week and his Gulf Oil Corporation of Pa. 10.00
outfit is one of the liveliest in Le- Hall, Mrs. H. R. .................. 2.00 Will go a long way towards securing the above desired results.
That Clewiston will have a new have been med
They around the Lake for with utmost
many years
.. .
ranks. be Lake Drug Company.. ... 17.50 ,
in the gion They can dependedupon satisfaction. Prices
swimming pool near future are low-Quality always High.
LaBelle Motor Company... 10.00
seems assured. That we will have an to ballyhoo Florida throughout Lear, Chas. E. .................... 2.50 We invite you to place your present and future fertilizer needs
abundant supply of good water, the entire convention. Oglesby H. J. ........._...._....... 3.00 with us now to guard against any increase in prices, and In orderto
much softer and free from chemi- Then the Miami boys, have never Parker, J. B., Inc. ............ 10.00 help? us keep on hand the special mixtures you will need.

cal taste is definitely assured. And been a bit bashful in the matter of Potter, Dr. ..............._....__...... 5.00 Our stocks of Seed, Feed, Insecticides, and farmer supplies
being able to announce both in the grabbing off the limelight and if tho Railway Express Agency... 5.00 generally are all the- products of well known companies. We invite
.
same issue of the News gives. us a millions who line the streets and Rogero, Mrs. E. J. ........_....... 2.00 your inspection of our new location. We shall try to render you
great deal of pleasure. pack the giant stadium don't hear Schiffli, Dr. O. F. ...........__. 5.00 prompt and courteous service, with prices that will merit your con-
from the Magic City it.will be the Sias, A. W. ..................._........ 2.50 tinued patronage.
first time Stewart, E. L. ....._.................. 2.50
Another Florida hurricane originating and it wouldn't surpriseme Stewart Packing House ...... 7.50 CLEWISTON FERTILIZER & SEED CO.
;: in mid-Atlantic and striking, one bit to see those boys step in
Standard Oil Company....... 10.00 W. U. CATE,. Prop.
the coast of North Carolina, New and capture the first prize again- Sugarland Service Station .... 5.00

Jersey and points north did considerable it's become a kind f of habit with Sunrise Cafe ......._._.............. 2.50 Warehouse: A. C. L., formerly operated by Chas E. :Miner.:

':. damage last week-end. They them.: Turner Barber Shop .......... 2.00 =..... -.J
can call 'em Florida hurricanes if Wjth forty-eight states out to at- .5

they like so long as they stay as tract attention during the conven-

. tar away from .the state as that one tion, Florida is in number one po-
I did.' sition for we are here on the
,
ground, we have the contacts and

believe me we are making the most

I amauas.au..a..s.na._ _ A of it. Florida boys have their own :
headquarters on the Exposition and Facilities .
l. Too Late To Classify grounds. Theirs is the only state PreCooling Shopping

represented with the exception of

By tRiissell Kay Ohio. On top of that, George Clem- forVEGETABLES v
ents and I have_made newspaper and

tBCrraCUBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI radio contacts during. the past few '

, months to insure our getting every '
Cleveland:.--As this is written; possible break in both the press and AND CITRUS .;

" headlines tell of the approach of the on the radio, and these additional I
r worst storm in years scheduled to avenues of :-
publicity may justly be ; .. Available at
r' strike the Atlantic Coast in the credited to the Florida Exhibit for j I' ."
r neighborhood of Cape Hatteras. .' .
had it. not been for our participationhere
.: However, a six-column headline in we would not enjoy the advantages '" .

f,- the glaring black type srreams out in we have.-By the close of : '. PORT EVERGLADES ;. ... :
evening paper "Florida Warned .
' the Exposition October 12, in the \(' "--'J .
f.; of Hurricane"Press and carries an Associated neighborhood of 5,000,000 people .'::" .- December 15thSHIPMENTS .' }>';::
dispatch datelined will have clicked thru, the gates, and
: Jacksonville, stating that the storm this: is PAID attendance only. At

was in mid-Atlantic and had turn- least 90 percent of those folks have BYRefrigerated -
f'-: ed toward the '
coast expected to
visited our Exhibit for it is the most
' strike Carolinas and Virginia. But publicized in connection with the en-

F the news came from Jacksonville, tire exposition and it is the one thing
the weather line Inc.to
bureau's hurricane everyone wants to see.-The Stateof Steamship

warning headquarters and so unfortunately Florida, the counties and cities .
t" Florida got the blame every merchant and business

again.Another. large or small, will directly i
!:; hurricane is expected to man'J
from the work we are doing :
L -hit Cleveland next week. A "Human
for the people who. will journey to
t" Hurricane" made up of 250,000 exr our state as a result of this Exhibit I

fighting men who compose the American and the publicity it has New York and Eastern Markets ,
" / Legion.
While property own- will leave a trail of generated'i .
ers along' the Atlantic coast in the 'wherever they go that will
storm .area are taking:; steps to I
pro- business and find its way into
tect their property, the hotel keepers nook and corner. every -I'

.' and business men of Cleveland, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS .

while decorating lavishly with .1 .,
REQUEST PROGRAM: TO RE ,
"Welcome" signs are nevertheless GIVEN BY CHOIR SUNDAY PORT EVERGLADES REFRIGERATING CO

taking no chances, for the American .
--
Legion Hurricane has left consider- The Community Church will have *' FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. .

able damage in its wake in the past. charge or the services:; next Sunday :' #
Hotels are removing all furniture : :
evening and have made up a pro- :
from their lobbies
and. everything gram of request numbers taken

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:FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1030 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS. PAGF' FIVE I

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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. Geo. H. Kittredge, Jr., of Fort 1 ed to have every child in school par tax (levied in 1935) 'and the 1935 J. M. COUSE \

1 Lauderdale was here Wednesday.. ticipating in some kind of sport ad valorem tax, the collector is authorized .

:;: Personal Mention ::: \Ir. Kittredge is connected with the within a very short time. to give a receipt for the Counselor and Attorney at Law. i

.. Port Everglades Refrigerating Coin- The Senior High room won the Hopkins BuildingWednesdajs

,"_, ......."............t...................M..........H"...'H........*..."X......... pany.. dollar prize for having the most 1932 acreage tax and ad valoremr ami Saturdays, I
taxes for the 1932, 1934 ;
parents present. years 9:30 to 4:00
:Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent
Melbourne.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. .. Suther and The social period followed and refreshments 1935, and 1936; and at the same I
Sunday in
children, Valerie, Mary Lou and Bill, were served. time cancel the 1933 acreage tax. ,
!
of West Palm Beach and Thomas
" R. C. Nowling visited her On presentation of this receipt to
Suther, of Charlotte, N. C., visited SHOWER
HANDKERCHIEF Dr. A. J. Little'Osteopath
parents in Fort Myers last week. the clerk of the court, he Is author-
over the week-end with Mr. and GIVEN ON: BIRTHDAYMrs.
ized to collect only the ad valoremone
I. Irs. J. A. McGehee.
Miss Evelyn Hare was a visitor in; mill plus, interest for all prior
--
W. A. Davis was pleasantly years, at the same time cancellingall
Fort Myers Tuesday.Mr. Raymond Friedrichsen, of Pen- Lake Harbor' hone No. 1
'and surprised by a group of her friends acreage tax and interest for all
sacodla visited Mr. Mrs. R. Y.
who gave her a handkerchief shower I prior years, as well as sale expenses.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparks were Patterson and family Tuesday ,and "
at her home Tuesday afternoon. who take of
Taxpayers advantage
' Beach visitors Saturday.: : .
,: West Palm Wednesday while en route to Miami
A program of contests had been this plan, Mr.. LeGro explained, may,
-- to attend a convention of
, "' newspaper
;. arranged and prizes were won by after November 16, 1936 and
% visit- on or
?: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey circulation managers. He is a nephew Announcement-
; ed friends in LaBelle Sunday. of Mis. Patterson's.Mr. Mrs. S. E. Marshall, Jr., Mrs. C. W. before July 10, 1937, pay to the tax -:
'" Fuller and Mrs. P. T. Bowman
collector the Everglades Drainage
? ; Since the closing of the
Refreshments were served by Mrs. taxes levied on the 1936 roll and at 1
of Pahokee, was
Frank Cothern, and Mrs. C. M. Christian returned [
Davis' sister, Mrs. E. D. Gregory to: the same time obtain from him a I CHRISTIAN BERBER SHOP
Wednesday.H.
a visitor here to Clewiston the first of this
Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mrs. J. H. Doty, I cancellation of the 1934 and 1935 !
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,- week from Immokalee where they
: T. C. (Shorty)
Mrs. A. P. Hires
JMrs. J. B. Hawkins acreage taxes.
M. Garmany, of Okeechobee,
have been living the_ past few -
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. R. "This collection plan materially
was here on business this, morning. months. MjChristian has reopened Musgrave "
R. Embry, Mrs. C. F. Stuart, Miss reduces the Everglades Drainagetax
the barber adjacent to the
shop Dovie Tucker, Miss Trixie Tucker,! Is Employed InTurner's
of Okeechobee, and will be the means of saving
J. A. Rumbley, lewiston Garden. .
here Wednesday. Mrs. O. H., Shepherd,. Mrs. Marshall, millions of dollars to landowners ;
visitor
was a
Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Bowman. Barber Shop
within the district, Mr. LeGro said.
I Mr.! and Mrs., C. E. Robbins,
-Palm Beach Post. in Hopkins Building
:Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. Simpson spent i daughter, Marie, and son, Volney, ,
the week-end visiting relatives in I moved here the first of the week BENEFIT CARD PARTY I And solicits the patronage of all

Tampa.Mr. 'from Miami! to make their home and TUESDAY AFTERNOON Local Grower-
his firmer customers.
have taken an apartment in the
H. C. Kolstad and The Ladies Altar Society of the I
and Mrs. Sagamore Court. Mr. Robbins is an --
1 son, Kim, and Mrs. C. L. Downs expert cement and plaster worker Catholic Church will' hold their annual (Continued from page 1)l ...

spent last week-end in Tampa. and expects to be engaged In that benefit bridge party next Tues-i market. Of this latter crop he now
. . . . .
day afternoon at 2:30 to which everyone has about ...
and
work here. eight acres expectsto J A 1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. ..
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. C. L. is cordially invited. An admission plant more. Three acres in old- I .

.. Downs and Mrs. F. I. Hill spent IRS. HERRING ENTERTAINS price of thirty-five cents will er plants have set some fine melonsof I "

Tuesday in Fort Myers. HONORING MRS. MORRISONMrs. be charged., Monopoly will also be the Stone Mountain and Kleckley ,

-- played. I Sweet varieties. The melons look I Good FarmLand ,';
left this .
Capt. G. E. Linkswiler B. E. Herring entertained very good and there is an abund- I ,
morning for a few days visit with BITTEN BY SNAKE 1
Thursday afternoon with a bridge ance of fruit. Five acres of younger I J

his family in Connecticut.Mrs. party honoring Mrs. M. E. Morrison, melons will not be ready for harvesting j
Jack Turner, boatman for the U.
the for a few weeks.
wife of new coach in the Clew-
B. E. Nail, Sr., returned this iston schools.An S. Engineers at Okeechobee was bit- Cucumbers were picked from a y,
week from a visit of several weeksin ten Monday by a water moccasin
few vines
planted as an experimentbut
oven dish was awarded to Mrs. for Rent
Hot Springs, Ark. \I. R. Lawler as high score prize; which he is reported to have step- two acres of younger plants are i

Mrs Robert George, Miss Roberta Irs. R. T. Mitchell was low and received ped upon while wading in water I l( now setting fruit and will be ready <.
; chaining for a survey cr w. He was for market within short time. Two
a .,
George and Miss Evelyn Hare were a set of ash trays and Mrs.R. .
gievn first aid on the job, taken to acres of tomatoes are as pretty and "
visitors in Tampa :Monday.Mr. Y. Paterson won the cut and a
glass pie plate. A glass rolling pin a doctor In Okeechobee and then to as full of fruit as spring tomatoes: 1

: and Mrs. F. M. Barbee, of was given Mrs. Morrison as guest I Dr. Creel in Pahokee. He suffered One acre of cabbage is very pretty

Moore Haven, were visitors here prize. I little effect from the bite and lost and will be headed in a week or :'(

Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Grapejuice and cookies were served -i only one day Prom work.- two; three acres of sweet potatoesare I

..toIr! !. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. A. i Mr. Hooker's pride and he expects TrespassersWill ,/
,.
and Mrs Carlos Tduate, of O. Ward, Mrs. L. A. Turner, Mrs.R. Assault ChargesContinued to plant more on some other "

Havana; Cuba, were the guests of T. Mitchell, Mrs. C. H. Berner, land shortly; an acre of pepper and Be '

:Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. ScharnbeTg Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. R. N. eggplant is about ready to make rN,

last Thursday. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. J. ( from page 1) fruit; about five acres is in corn, I ProsecutedThe ,c'

V7. Ezelle, MrsD.. G. Alston, Mrs.E. badly cut in the face. In 1933 the planted mainly for shade for other : ,

Rufus L. Smith has been confinedto C. Mills, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.H. criminal court found Herring guiltyof crops and over another five acres I :;,

a hospital in Sarasota this week R. Hall, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and assault with attempted manslaughter are beans, peas, velvet beans and .

for medical attention. He is expected Mrs. M. E. 'VonMach. Mrs. M. H. and sentenced him to five nearly ,every variety of produce one ...

home this weekend.Mr. Crouch was a tea guest. years at Raiford. The case was appealed could name.
and in March 1934 the Supreme This is a sample of diversified

, and Mrs.. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., IRS. R. T. MITCHELL GIVES Court set aside the verdict farming which will be watched with I I .
:
and son, of' LaBelle, spent Sunday PARTY ON HER BIRTHDAYMrs. and ordered a new trial. The case interest by the growers of this sec- y
here with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. has been postponed from one term tion.

Vaughn. R. T. Mitchell entertained of court to another since. I I ClewistonCompany

a number of friends at her home
Ernest Steed, a brother of Mrs.R. ,Wednesday afternoon, the occasion Drainage Dist. Nears- 'FOUND: A fine hog weighing 150or

M. Hare, Sr., arrived Wednesdayfrom being her own birthday. 175 pounds which had strayed.

New York to spend several Delicious chocolate pie and* iced -- Owner may have same by establisn- .' I I "

days. tea ,were served after an enjoyable (Continued from page 1) ing ownership, paying for this ,; i iI iI
the resolution," he pointed out: ad and for the feeding of the ani- I
I
I Mr. and Mrs. H.-R. Hall, Sher- afternoon Those present of anagram were:playing.Mrs Joseph On payment of tho 1932 acreage mal. 11rs.V.. A. Davis at Barracks. I ...N..NN N..N.N. .............N..N..N..N..:........N..N...:NN.

I wood and JimmIe Hall and Mrs. A. Robbins, Mrs. M.. E. Morrison, Mrs. '!t4

A. Munroe were visitors in West ;0. H. Roberts, Mrs. J. W. Moore,
Palm Beach Saturday. Miss Florine Moore and Mrs. Chas. >'..;:
I
Yarbrough., ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, \ .

sons Richard and Bob, and Mrs. H. GARDEN CLUB MEETS -

A. Bestor visited in. West Palm WITH AIRS.. RESTOR I L
SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSAt I
.
Beach Saturday.Mr. --

The Garden Club held its regular ; :

and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. meeting Thursday afternoon at the .

and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, and Mr. and' home of Mrs. H. A. Bestor. _

I Mrs. H. H. Turner spent the weekend Following the regular business i
,
: at Fort Myers Beach. session Mrs. Leah Spicer gave a '" J" : f.\ Record of Dividends of '_ '.

most interesting talk on fall plant- ':
Mrs. J. M.-Couse-and daughter, I ing. The next meeting will be heldon ; > *:;/ :" Clewiston Home Building Association:

Jo Anne, and Miss Bertha Gram of I October 22 and will be an all IfI

Moore Haven were visitors here. day trip to Highlands' Hammocknear (. .. RATE RATE \I

Tuesday. Sebring. :;: : YEAR'.PERCEXT: ; YEAR' .PERCENT \
Iced lemonade and cookies .
were "
Mr. and Mrs.' L.Turner- and served to: Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.F. 1. : : .J 1928. ,: r( >: 5.5 J 1933 6

son, Charles, and T. C. Musgrove I. Hill, Mrs. O. H. Roberts, Mrs. .:. '.., j' :
went to Miami Sunday. Mrs. JIus- J. B. Dotterer, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, :"',' \'. ,' .;I:' '. c) ..:14): ) J 1929, ':;. "l','-7 > J 1934 .6 .';.}' ",j"
and her son, Edward Eugene, Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mrs. ,'r ; ': :.
grove ,
Keathley : V-' :"I" J 1930 "' :.. .. '.4 J 1935 6 '.1nt' .r:
'
returned with them. Bowden .: .. .\.< ': '' ...
Mrs. H. J, B. Scharnberg, ., ;. <-.,, ; _
Mrs. R. H. Knight.. Mrs. W. C. Owen., '.. ':?= J I ....\.'; J 1931 J d.' .' 4 J 1936 6 ';;.
--- : ;
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen went Mrs. \V. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. G.. S.Jr\. .. :. t .' : h'" 1 '- t
J 1932 V6
to Palm Beach Monday where Mrs. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, {i/ \" "/V: ,:,. .'. ,"./ ':; ;; ,. <'?

Allen entered a hospital for an op- Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. Leah ( '

eration on Monday. She Is reportedto ,Spicer. : ;
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be recovering nicely. FIRST PARENT-TEACHERS ;". );''' _, .. .; :; : : ]:- CALL BY THE." 'HOME II

Mrs. G. Elensky and Mrs. W. MEETING
HELD FRIDAY .
BUILDING OFFICE FIRST ;..;
Lucaa of Staten Island, N. Y., visited 1
'
I on Wednesday and Thursday of The first meeting of the Parent- Invest your savings for safety and a good ", THING TOMORROW AND I ..'::
i last! week with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Teacher's Association of the new Home has "
return. Building paid
never TALK THINGS..OVER. ,
B. Scharnberg. school year was held Friday after- .,
noon in the school auditorium withan dividends of less than 4 percent per year. }j

Miss Pat Hoskins left Wednesday excellent attendance. Mrs R. T. '.'
In these of reduced
days interest on savings :
for Cocoa where '. :
she has accepted a Mitchell, president, had charge of > '"
position. Miss Hoskins was formerly the meeting.The accounts and reduced returns on other :': ':, :;. <::

employed in the offices of the Unit- chairmen the "" .. 'j'
of various com- forms of investment Home Building offers :
ed States Sugar Corporation.Mrs. mittees were first Introduced and ..', GY ,
the the investment \ "." ,'-' i .
conservative investor
"
each outlined the work which their thrifty -

Eugene Scott Marshall, Jr., committee hoped to accomplish this best suited to his needs. In- .' .
and her baby son, Eugene Scott year. I '

Marshall, III, of Montgomery, Ala., Mrs M. R. Lawler, chairman of vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association J

I are spending a few weeks with her the music committee,. gave a splen- .J,;
i parents Mr. and Mrs. C.T.. Fuller. did talk on the life and writings of ; whether you intend investing as CLEWI'STON

I __ the composers, Bach and Handel, little as 5.00 per 'month or as much: as ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Houser are and compared their different styles. HOME BUILDING
'
'I spending some time in West Palm The Community Church choir 'was $ J $1,000.00 in: a lump sum, you II find a ; ASSOCIATION :

Beach while Mr. Houser is recover- present and sang several of the com- Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. .,.:
ing from an operation performed at positions of each musician which PHONES 102.103 .;:

the hospital there one day last week. were much enjoyed. "-7.

: He is improving rapidly and they Coach M. E. Morrison next gavea

are expected to return home this brief talk on the athletic programfor
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week-end. the year and stated that he hop-
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tEWISTON
THE CLDragons NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1936




I Recompense 11

I N the strength of the --

endeavor, I'

Drive You In, the temper ,of the giver, r'. i
In the loving ;of the 'lover, ; \ :

Lies the. hidden recompense.In I"-'

the sowing of the sower,

In the fleeting of the flower, :ft'''

In the. fading of each hour,

o : : By EDWIN BALMER : : Lurks eternal recompense.


Time

WNU Service the' use of
Copyright by Edwin Balmer WHERE'S? ,


Sorrow. as you. may,
IXContinued15 Happened. Charley died today 1' j I to talk of before u courtroom full of Cathal drew back a little. Time,is:always flying-

CHAPTER Then Mr. Colver used the phone to I, people, and with reporters, writing It "You damned shyster Jeb whispered Flying!.-and defying

call the police; and 1, Hr. O'Mara. all down from his soul. Men to say him nay,
Some stared at her hostilely, as If "Then what did do?" Nordell Cathal
called you." you heard, and knew he was Where's the, use. of sighing?
she would cheat them of the death She stopped, aghast at herself and demanded. meant to hear; and he caught control -Henley.

they desired for the girl in black before before Martin O'Mara. This was not Cathal was on his feet to help her ; ot himself., He could not hate this

them ; some thrust forward from at all as she has reviewed, and pre but for the first time in this trial, he man now ; he could not envy him ; to

the same seats as If they would surround pared her evidence with him ; she had I was confused. He did not know how to strike him. physically, would be silly ,

and defend the prisonerandher said things she had never dreamedof help her; this was all within Nordell's surplusn e. He would not let himself NO EXCUSE
witness. Suddenly you saw facesMother's right deliver Even a "dominating personal
uttering, and omitted a score of the blow he could with a few
and Bee's; and two who Items she had promised to repeat. "We-we decided not to be married ; words more. He said, as quietly as he ity" doesn't excuse bad manners.

had been [In the papers: his first wife, But he had no reproach for her. that's all." might In the tension between them :

with her daughter beside her. How did Quite to the contrary I His own'pulses "Who decided that-Mr. Braddon or "Some evidence came out in crossexamlna'lIon FAMOUS TONIC CREAM

they feel, a few feet away from were dancing with new and you?" which I neither knew nor

Myrtle? Did they want her killed too? wanton pleasure. She delighted him ; "I object !I" Cathal protested; but expected." QUICKLY TRANSFORMS

Here was another face-an old face, the least the Judge, before ruling, looked to "What evidence?"
she delighted jury-men-at
a fine face. A little old woman who some of them. The Judge was unsuc Nordell. "A statement she made-which she DEAD

had lived a lot and never let life beat in his severity toward her. "Overruled," he said to Cathal. "An was forced to make by the State- (
never three swer," he said to Agnes. "
her. Winnie, she was. Agnes or four newspaper reporters reluctantly concerning herself-and yourself.
"
had seen so much as a likeness of her. left the courtroom. "I did. "What did she say about us?" SKIN

but there was no missing her. When They carried the "bends'' for the "When?" "That," said Cathal, "she wishes to (il
she looked at Martin O'Mara, she knew "It was when we were In the apart- tell "
afternoon news. Agnes Gleneith had you herself. 3 minutes a day ,f
Winnie was his grandmother. on for the defense, and Vas ment upstairs. That was why Jeb- As Jeb stepped from the door to the -
gone removes freckles,
sank down the witness- Mr. Braddon left the building.
Agnes upon Criminal Courts building, cameras (
winning the courtroom. t >;
tiJsrrtrtiasiffe too. _. > f
for Winnie's grand "What effect bad this on you? <';N
chair, and waited Cathal, of course, brought her backto clicked at him again ; and the crowd
"Effect? Famous NADINOLA Cream actually
son's first questions. the evidence she had omitted ; she turned. Jeb heard bis name passed,
smooths away the dull, dead cuticle that
"I Nordell explained, "after
They were simple enough. What was remembered the memorandum which mean, and he saw lips that passed It, smile. hides your natural beauty. All you do is

her name? Where did she live? she had made on the morning after the Just having broken your engagement He straightened and faced them. Behind this: ((1)) At bedtime spread a thin film

How old was she? Had she visit to the Lorrie apartment; and upstairs,' did you enter the apartment his back, somebody laughed. Jeb of Nadinola Cream over your face-no
downstairs In a calm and composed massaging, no rubbing._ (2)) Leave on
gone Chicago on a certain day? now, as Cathal questioned her, she would have liked to turn and knock while you Bleep. ((3)) Watch daily im
mental state? Was own condi-
Did she meet any one In Chicago? read -It and explained: : that she had your the idiot down. He would like, aboveall provement-usually in 5 to 10 days you

Then what did they do? After written 'it on that first morning "be- tion perfectly clear, or confused? to knock down O'Mara. Damn him I will see a marvelous transformation.
she had looked at the empty apartment "Clear," said Agnes. "I was per- and Freckles, blackheads disappear; dull,
Jeb the Gleneith
cause people were saying so many recognized car; becomes
coarsened skin creamy-white,
and M;. Braddon had left her, things different from what I'd seen." fectly clear in my mind" she repeated. he halted. satin-smooth, lovely! Fine results positively -

what did she do? This helped ; but already, by the un- "Perfectly clear? Agnes saw Jeb, and she knew that guaranteed with NADINOLA-
"Now tell the Jury in own words "Yes ; for I had not cared-enough." tested and trusted for nearly two genera-
your planned ways of her own ones had she had nothing left to tell him.
tions. At all toilet counters only 50c. Or
Nordell stepped back. He hesitated
what you did and what you saw and established the feeling essential to a ; He came to the car, and Simmons write NADINOLA, Box 44. Paris,Tenn.
what you, yourself, heard after the favorable turn of the case. The Jury, he had gained one effect; and he decided opened the door for him."You'd .
to rest omit "That's all," he said
door of the apartment upon which Mr. the Judge, the courtroom had seen her better take her directly

Colver knocked, was opened." and approved her; they believed anJ suddenly, looking" at'-Cathal."That's home," Jeb said, looking in. His eyes You're the Judge

"I saw," said Agnes, "a girl-a young trusted what she said. It was per- all, said Cathal." "You can were upon Agnes, but they went at Listen to others, but do not

woman-I had never seen before. That fectly plain that only accidentally had step down Miss Gleneith. once to her mother, and he spoke to blindly depend on them.,

girl there." She looked at the prIsoner she become concerned with the case. Agnes stepped down slowly, cau- her. "I'm going to my office."
tiously. Suddenly she had, felt uncer-
Myrtle Lorrie. "She was In negligeeover Yet having happened to be the first

underclothes and stockings. She person to come In on Myrtle Lorrie tain the floor of her, and feet a She wave looked of faintness down at Cathal drove north alone at nine 5 $ AND Id $ JARS

was very excited: : and disheveled. She after the shooting-and having been that evening. The 'roads were choked,
( SIZE CONTAINS 3'/t TIMES
passed over her. What had she Just THE I0
looked as if a good deal had just hap the person In best position ,to Judge with cars, many of them parked, more AS MUCH AS THE se SIZE =====
pened to her." Mrs. Lorrie's physical and mental con- said of Jeb? of them barely rolling as their pos 1 WHY PAY MORE?

"I object Mr. Nordell. for the State, dition at the time when the crime bad She halted for an Instant "Water sessors sought the night and relief, in
she heard some one say. She felt
was on his feet"Sustained occurred-thIs girl had not turned the little breezes of motion, from the MOROLNE!
: !1" said the "You herself hands on her ; strong, steadying hands ;
' judge. against her but had set to help dull and heavy heat. '
Martin O'Mara hands. He held her
I must confine your statement to what her; when the agent had sent for the whatever Its .
I firmly and pleasantly. She felt that Another day, triumphsand
you observed and heard ; you must not police, Agnes Gleneith herself had its final
she could not possibly fall. 'despairs, was done; palq
give your Inferences," he said kindly summoned, for Mrs. Lorrie, a lawyer. "Here's water, O'Mara," Mr. Nor- Haunt was furled in the west. Dark

enough to Agnes."I Agnes was almost the only person In dell's voice said. ness spread Its treacherous shield to

know" she said. "I forgot I the courtroom unaware of what she "Thanks," he said, and held the satisfactions of the longings of flesh J fee
'can I saw bruises and hurts on had believed she
say
accomplished she
;
glass to her lips. for flesh. Self-sufficiency capitulated ; t Fri
, __ her I did. I can say she was shaky. had bungled everything. She thoughtshe Agnes swallowed and looked up. one hungered for another; everywhereyoung

'r" She was. She was holding to the door- had much more to do when, after "Sorry-sorry," she said. people paired, arms about each,

: knob with both bands. 'Who're you? she had described Myrtle's bruises and Then her mother was there. "I'll other, lips together, careless what silo

: Who're you?' she asked ; but didn't hurts as she had seen them Cathal take her," she said to Cathal. houettes the headlights surprised and,

wait for me to answer. She grabbedme asked: "Now, at the time you first saw "All right now?" Cathal asked betrayed

and pulled me Into the ,room. She her and when you were In close con- i i Agnes. Night For day, the making of

G f' said: 'Oh, God, I'm glad to see you- tact with her, what was the general I She looked up at him. "Jeb," she money, the struggle and the fight; for 0e

i glad to see you!I' state of her mind? Did she show any saidMr.. Braddon's back In that night, relaxation and love. Night, with

"She pulled me down into a big, soft clear recollection of what recentlyhad room? Take me back to him, please," Deneb, the bright star, low over the

' J..: chair beside nero Mr. Colver, the happened?" she begged Cathal "I want-I wantto lake-as low, almost, as the masthead .e

.' agent, went to look for smelling-salts "No. She was both confused and tell him myself what I said." light of a little yacht drifting hlong. .

,.,r for her. I heard him call from contradictory. I found her In a state "I'll get him," ,Cathal offered. "I'm Cathal was clear of the city. Thunder

down the hall: 'Mr. Lorrie Mr. Lor- of-of shock. Of extreme: : -shock." not calling him to the stand. There'l threatened, but from far away. Beside '

> rle!I' He came back, and he could "Thank you," said Cathal. "That'sall be no more court this afternoon, l' him the street-lamps ceased; he

:' ,. hardly speak. Finally he said to me: I need ask." He stepped back a think." followed the dark lines of cool coun-

; I 'You know what we've walked In on? little and turned to the table of the "Then," said Agnes, "tell him, please. try places.It .

.( A killing! There's murder here. State. I'll wait for him In tile car." was unlike Cathal to falter beforea

:l She shot him I had Mrs. Lorrie "Your witness," he said to the attorneys I Bailiffs opened the way for her determination he had taken; yet he r

i.: In my arms, then. I was holding: her. charged with the prosecution.He mother and Bee and her. An elevator C passed the gateposts of the GleneIths'
(. She was lying limp across me." lowered them to the ground ; they >>
1'. retreated to his own table, that and drove a mile beyond before he MAKE THEM HAPPY
: Agnes had no idea bow she looked went out, through the breathless, hazy _
of the defense, whereat Mrs. Lorrie all I turned back and entered their road. Dr.
< as she related this. She was not thinking heat of mldafternoon. to the hot and One bottle of 'DEAD SHOT'
", the time had been seated, and he It was ten o'clock, but he saw that will
:' of herself on the witness-stand : dusty car.O'Mara. Peery's Vermifuge save you
dropped' upon a chair beside his client doors and windows of the lower rooms and restore
: she herself back In that went to Jeb In the witness time anxiety,
was seeing money,
::..'.. Myrtle turned to him, and he noddedto were open; shaded lights burned with; of children in case
room. But the Judge, the Jury and' room. He was pleased, Jeb saw; the the health your
her almost absently ; he touched, reassuringly in. The family had not gone to bed.
, people crowding the benches were star- hour for him had gone_well. of Worms or Tapeworm. :4Or.Paery's'DEAD
:
" the Impulsive hand she Cathal rang, and he said to Cravatli,
';: Ing at her as she sat In the big witness. "I'm not calling you today-or at al. SHOTVerroifuge3fl5lf3SefjFSGBeKK '
., stretched toward him ; then turned'and who recognized him : "Ask Mrs. Glen.
chair, young and slight and fair, and Mr. Braddon, Cathal said. "I thank
watched Nordell he to his have few minutesno
as came eith If I may a -
. for been ready. But now
so completely unaffected and forgetful you having, "
feet for the crossexamination.Cathal more-with Miss Gleneith.
of herself Indeed, and so honest-look I'll not need you. We're through with
forward to the of outside with
- Jerked edge Cravath left him and
Miss Gleneith.
lng.y' his chair he his hands relaxed closed. Mrs. Gleneitb q4 Fj
; kept the screen door *\ A50C
"Then where Is Miss Gleneith 7""She's !
, Cathal, standing before her, stepped
but he felt as If with fists clenched for came, with Cravatb, to the screen, a bottle at dra;' ist8 orright's
out. She's waiting
back a little as though he dared not gone Pill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. Ct).
.' trust himself closer to the delight of ready'to fight-fight as he had never .vou_ _-with n_ _her___ mother__ __ n and___ sister-at and spoke to Cathal through It. {
fought before-If the prosecutor "tore the "What Is It, Mr. O'Mara? Aren't
her. What start she car.
a was making-
Into her" as he could. through with us? Does the law let
beyond what he had expected He "All right said Jeb; and demanded: you for FIRST AID lit.7elievin9
could not possibly have planned this. Yet, while half of Cathal tingled "Well, what did she do on the stand?" you ask something more of my daughter -

and bristled thus for the fight, the "She did It." Cathal told him. "She ?" .v. '
"Then did do
you anything. he cooler half, the professional half-the turned the case." "Not the law," said Cathal, holdinghis Common S.kin.Ailments"

, asked her very quietly. part of him which was a lawyer- "For your rotten little murdererand hat. "It's I that do." Injuries I I v::{1
Her blue his
eyes on shortened their hoped the State would "tear in." !" (TO BE CONTINUED) always reyencsy9 '
you
focus from _the ,
far-away room which What a mistake! What complete '
i Agnes had been seeing. For an In- If !
catastrophe they attempted to sneer
stant only her retinas
were of
aware
and jeer at this girl and "show her Precious
Diamonds and Other -
Pearls
him; then she went back again. up !1" ,

"Yes. I tried to rouse her. I asked Nordell did not make that mistake. Stones "Fingerprinted" by Use of Rays"Fingerprinting" II II
'y .
her: 'Did you do It? She couldn'treply "
: "You have said, Miss Gleneith, he
at first. She didn't for
seem to un- Opening
with careful "that
began courtesy
,
you
derstand me. 1 kept shaking her. pearls, diamondsand a photographic plate Is arranged, the
happened to be In the building where
'Maybe I did,' she finally said. 'MaybeI precIous stones to distinguish them image obtained is usually a regular
Mrs. Lorrie lived, because were AGENTS
you FEMALE
i dId. I said: 'Maybe? Don't you from imitations and to trace their" loss figure from which conclusions may be
looking at an apartment In It with
,' know She didn't seem to know." by theft or otherwise may become deduced as to the nature of the pearl

4Y "I object Nordell protested. Mr.. Braddon." routine practice as the result of a irradiated," say the Inventors. O Makers of a well known, highly
"Yes, said Agnes. are
preparation
cosmetic
ethical
Invention recently patented In words the X-rays act like
'Sustained, said the Judge. unique In other ,
"You were engaged to be married to seeking female agents, either new
-"I'm sorry," said Agnes. "But she him?" this country by three Netherlanders, miniature searchlights, penetrating the engaged in similar
K ,, didn't. Albert Bouwers, Wilhelm Bruges, and very "Insides" of the pearl. This data or currently
hesitated for the selling
Agne first time. work. Highly effective new
"I !" Bierman. Innermost structure they divulgeas
object Aron, of Its sellerin
Engaged? Were they ever "engaged"'ZThey angle makes it a sure-fire
"Sustained.."said the Judge, and told had been looking at an apart- According to -theIr Invention, the a diagram on the photographicplate 90% of cases. It will not be

Agnes more sternly: "You must not ment together; so she must have been "fiingerprinting" Is done not by pressing much like X-ray pictures reveal necessary to purchase sample mer-

n I give your opinions or Inferences." then. say the pearl, Into an ink pad and the Internal structure and state of the chandise if satisfactory credit ref

._ "I won't again," said Agnes. "Or I'll "Yes," she said. That was the hon then taking an Impression of it on human body. erences are furnished with letterof

try not to. The phone rang pretty est answer. paper, as Is the practice In the case of But not all pearls give the same kindof inquiry.

,_ soon, then. I heard Mrs. Lorrie say: "Are you engaged to him now?" "printing" human fingers. On the diagrams. Just as the finger prints Write today to

.'.. 'Oh, God, Bert' Then I guess he "No." There It was, out That was contrary. X-rays, a far cry from Ink, of each Individual differ from every

'.. talked. to her, I_ mean," she, caught honest, too."When<<; do the "fingerprinting." How? This other Individual, so do the X-ray diagrams DENTON'S COSMETIC CO.

herself, "Mrs Lorrie waited and listened did you break your engagement way: of pearls differ from one an 44C2-23rd SL, Long Island City, N. Y.
as If some one was talking to ?" "If a hollow beam of X-ray Is causedto other. To the expert the distinction Is

her. Then she said: 'Bert something's "We didn't break It" What a thing pass through a pearl, behind whim clear.

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,THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1936 r;.1 I


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" OUR COMIC SECTION SUNDAY Lesson I With bugs little busy singing '....I I



By REV. HAROLD L LUNDQUIST. The summer just ',{;
Dean of the Moody Bible Institute' ,
of Chicago. abounds. ; :t"
:
Western Newspaper Union.

I FINNEY OF THE FORCE ,By Ted O'Loujhlin On the Spot They mike t btck'

-'E-'E E E P --.CAR NUMBER SEVEN Cz0p'r'rEN'fION Lesson for September 27 ground for the days

I TO 3RD AMP WIME STREETS REVIEW: THE SPREAD OF Of finely-woven. '

--- INVESrICsAT M tsTOtiS! CHRISTIANITY IN sounds. \ \
CAR NO. 7 -- ,
ttr ParKED cAR r_ WESTERN ASIA J\\CC"! ""

1- LESSON TEXT-Matthew 132433.
=== GOLDEN TEXT-They rehearsed all O
rTt4AT'S that God had done with them, and how
= \ SHu.SJ/.f he had opened the door of faith unto : 4
the Gentiles.-Acts 14:27.
PRIMARY TOPIC-How the Good
News Spread. WNU Service i,
JUNIOR TOPIC-How the Good News

Spread. NOR ON HIS FOREHEADIt
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-
I/ J Christianity Reaching Out. isn't age alone that ,causes a
l Qpf YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC man to sit down more after forty
-The Spread of Christianity in Western He no longer worries about wrin. ..

/ Asia. kles in his pants. :.
l Js
Review Sunday provides a
needed opportunity to determinenot

(c only whether the class mem- immr
bers have learned and retained'the

truth taught, but, what is of equal ,
3RD AND importance, whether the teacher I I yM

'JIVE STREETS has accomplished the purpose in
I mind at the beginning of the MUFTI SHOE WHITE will not rub off.
s IN'JriGAtE( l Contains Ingredients of Muftt Home Dry C/eana ,_
series.
to CLEAN as it Whitens larft Bottles 25e
STA 1DI What was the aim set before us
/I DEJ / for the three months? "To lead
sE1zCEAUT the student to an understanding of ,Lead 'On

\ FINNENER'E NERE \ New Testament Christianity, and Education, to be successful,
) \\\J E Go BE !EZW to beget in him the ,desire and must not only inform, but inspire. r

VdAITA JI &&o1 p4 Z ii purpose to live the Christian life

MINNIT/ and to win others to faith in the
Lord Jesus."

The test which we apply as the
7/ twelve lessons of the past quarter
pass in review is

i 0 ail As a student, have I seen in the Coleman y
spread of Christianity the opera-
tion of a gospel of salvation whichis AIR-PRESSURE

I r the power of God for my salva- Mantle

k tion? Or, if I am saved, have I LANTERN rUse
4\N\ been stirred to a more earnest
I II Union /m \ : f Christian life and a real passionfor your Coleman _-'
Western /
in
Newspaper_ _/ / the salvation of others? where hundreds an ordinary of places lan- Y

I As a teacher, have I really used tern useless.JLfse it for Ij!'
after-dark chores huntIt II
! my opportunity to win the mem- for, fishing, or on any '
THE FEATHERHEADS By Oiborne Darn It! bers of my class to faith in the night night into job .day.. it Wind.turns 'r
___ Lord and Saviour '
Jesus Christ? rain or snow can't put '
Have I ,brought to bear the it out. Up to 300 candle- '
LOOK I PEAR- GUESS rrs.... on powerairpressurelightKerosene
lives of those in my class who are and gasoline ''r
LOOK WHAT ALL RI I6-T-- Christians the Word of God, stir- models.Thefinestmade.. -
Prices as low asU5. ,
(I'M DOIMCS-. YOUR MON OCzRAM- ring them to holiness of life and Your local dealer can :-
BUT SORT OF zeal for God's supply you. Send postcard
earth
TO ?
yoUR oM ALL youR cause on for FREE Folders. '
SHIRTs. HuN--WHAT S uIJNECESSARY If we cannot reply in the affirmative I T
SHIRTS--t THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. '
'ME IDEAZ I KNOW should we not ask Dept.WU17Z. Wichita, Kans.; Chicago Ills ,g
1oU LIFE whether our efforts to teach have Philadelphia Pa.; Lot Angela,Calif. (6172)
''I MY SHIRTS-
been largely fruitless? But let us
.
y \ not be discouraged for even as we Sufficient? '

o now review the lessons we have Sometimes the world's praise

o I studied together the Holy Spirit is brings in hardly any money. '
ready to do His work and apply
the truth to hearts and lives.

1tLPr1dl To many teachers the prepara- Clean System ->

tion and presentation of the review Clear Skin S
lesson is the most difficult of
any You must be free from constipa .
J during the quarter. To the student tion to have a good, clear complexIon. :- \ "
who has given little or/ nothing to .
If not eliminated, the wastes '
Tt r' the preparation of weekly lessonsit of digestion produce poisons and the .
is often a rather disconnectedand skin must do more than Its share In '
uninteresting recapitulation of helping to get rid of them. ?'
twelve lessons.A So for a clear healthy skin, remember \ .'::"
the importance of bowel regularity. At "...
Far I it isSMART suggested method of gatheringup the first sign of constipation, take Black- f, '{;!q
the essential of these Draught-the purely vegetable laxative: ;
teachings
Vou Z A CHANCE It brings such refreshing relief, and tends :.::19
Do lessons is to them to leave the '
group around bowels acting regularly until ,)i f
LOOKIJ1Cr- NEEDLEAND some future disturbance '-
Interferes.
REALL a-HERE'S the following seven points:
I ITO WIT SOMEfl-U( Cz-l The spread of Christianity after BLACKDRAUGHT'a-'j
WELLS our Lord's departure into the
T>0 1 PRACTICAL glory A GOOD LAXATIVE ':
was distinguished by the fact that

WORKNEEDLE LMffj) 1. It was by the preaching ofa :,:
faith that began and continuedin
the power and demonstration of ;:I

the ,Holy Spirit. God honors such .

preaching and teaching in our day. 'I,

2., It was a spiritual movementthat
I Im demonstrated its God-given BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
<..1: power by thriving on persecution.One .
"j g
wonders whether much of the .!
activity of the church in our day I
n has not fallen into the doldrums

of pious respectability. Perhaps we LINCOLN CAVERNS

need a little persecution. attraction
Wonderful'natural tourist's
Western Newspapar Un otsl 3. It was not the propagation of Route 22, Huntingdon, Pa.
theological theory or of a religioussect -FOR SALE-
or party. It was a movementof
the Spirit of God which saved Write MANAGER, Box 627, Buffalo, N.Y.
With Music WHAT'S THE USE? Quaker
Young
men, and saved them to win and
He was a good barber, -but his Hauling bricks on the construc-
serve their fellow-men. True MISCELLANEOUSABSOLUTE
schooling had been neglected. On tion had Bill down
'job
young so Christian:= service is nobler and
the walls of his shop was a card when the foreman proposed another MASTERY OF BIBLE !
bearing the words: "Haircutting; more sacrificial than any non- guaranteed or money refunded. Sand 50c I
load Bill balked. "Honest
Christian social ,service. ,or 138 page book approved by Orthodox
6d. Singing 3d. boss," he said, "I don't feel well Churches. Direct Supply Co.. Tulsa Okla. I
When young Witting, commercial c o enough. I'm shaking like a leaf." 4. It was a movement in which A I

traveler, drifted in, he spotted the The boss was agreeable. "Okay," laymen as well as religious work- t r
mis-spelt card. ers had a place. Philip the lay- I
/ he said. "Then get over on that to
"Short at' the back and round the sifter!" man served with, Paul the apostle. 0 0 0 i.

ears, please" he said, seating him- Lay men and women let us be P i

self in the chair, "and you can TEE, HEE! awake to our responsibilities and 0 .
give me a and privileges.
verse chorus of I
I
'When I grow too old to dream'." Mother-When you're in the house I 5. Difference of opinion was not DO you suffer burning, scanty or
permitted to hinder God's work. frequent urination backache
you must learn to be neat and tidy
OVER AND OVER and respectful to others. And you Do we know enough to let God headache, dizziness, loss of energy; I
work among us, even if he does leg pains, swellings and puffiness I
can't
begin too nr '
soon.'
any under the ?
eyes Are you tired, nerv-
Little Mother I don't not work just as we think he
i Bobby-But, r ; o ous-feel all unstrung and don'tknow ;
expect to be married for years and should? what i is wrong? ,
@ years. 6. The missionary spirit of the Then give some thought to your
preacher was carried over to the kidneys. Be sure they function properly
convert. This is a succession for functional kidney disorder permits 1
UnsatisfactoryWoman which God has continued to our excess waste to stay in the blood, \
Customer-Do you return day. Are we co-operating and and to poison and upset the whole t i
the money when an article isn't helping it forward? system.

satisfactory? 7. The gospel] is for all Use Doan's Pill.Doan's are for the :
men, '
Merchant-That depends on the I kidneys only. They are recommended
Gentile well Jew
article. "I'm dying to see your husband as as whether I the,world over. You can get the gen
yellow, red, black, or white. The
Customer-This is a book. swim." uine, time-tested Doen's at any drugstore
great commission is still our com- .
Merchant-What is wrong with "Why?
: She-The era of man's dominionof it? said he's mand and our authority to pray, I
"Somebody
woman is over. Customer-I don't like 1 the way lar crab and crabs swim a ,back-regu- give, and go, that all men may ;
He-What? Over before it started? it ended-Pathfinder Magazine. wards." God.hear the gospel of the Grace of t.' DOANS PILLS




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morning. Some of the party had a trictof Florida, for .the acquisitionby I cerned in or having an interest or Legislature may prescribe such requirements !

MURDER CASE SET bottle of gin and a couple of drinks condemnation of the easement lien upon the above described pro-I residence as will to citizenship age and i I
as be consistent with
were taken all aro'l:id. Feeling in hereinafter set forth in those certain perty, are hereby nob :ied to be and I and not In conflict with such Federal
tracts or parcels of 'and in Glades appear in said United States District Law." -
of more to dunk one of the
need
OCTOBER 12 I and Hendry Couhttet, Florida described Court for the Southern District Approved June 4. 1935. \
FOR -I
visitors went out to his truck to
In said petition upon pay- of Florida, at T *rapa Florida I'
look for a bottle of Cream of Ken- ing proper compensation therefor on the 15th day of .)ctober, 1936, A JOINT RESOLUTION .

CO. tucky whiskey he claimed to have required for the project for Caloosa- to show what interest or lien you Proposing an Amendment to Article
IN SARASOTA Vin of the Constitution of the
had. He finally returned with the I II hatchee River and Lake Okeeechobee or any of you, have in or to the of Florida .$elat1ve to Cities State\

whiskey bottle and )n the dim light Drainage Areas being carried on above described propel ty, or any part Counties.lie /<

I from the campfire tho deadly contents by the War Department of the Unit- thereof, and to show cause if any The It ItcKoUed State of riorUu Ily The: I-c-cUlnlure of '/A M.

(Moore Haven Democrat) could not "beold: from wllis1 ed States Government, in which petition you, or any of you, ; uve, why said That the following Amendment to -Y/
1//
Glades county's notorious triple- I the following are named re- property should not t' taken by the Article VIII of the Constitution of f
which remained a mys- key. spondents: E. H. Coachman and M. United States of Au:rica for the and the State tfer or a re alive .to cities
murder case to be numbered Section
number of ;years and for i The bottle was first offered to S. Coachman, Paul B. Rankin, Trus- purposes set forth in said petition 10 of said Article VIII. be and the
for
tery a arrested last I another of the ,party who refusedit tee, and J. L. Stroud, doing businessin and this on penalty of you, and each I same is hereby agretri to and shall

which four men with were the crime has and. handed it fo Anthony. He the name and style of the "RIver- and all of you, the said respondents, be State submitted at the General to the! lectors Election of to the be

year and charged I took a small drink, the amount side Land Company", Mrs. GeorgeV. being barred of all c1.>.im and inter held on the First Tuesday after the

been docketed for October twelfthat I misiing from the bottle indicating Pettee, George L Pettee, SallieE. est in and to said pre perty. first for ratification:Monday in November A. D. 1936,

ten o'clock at Sarasota, a changeof that it was not more ,than a table- Jennings, a widow, individually, WITNESS: the Honorable: Alexander Section 10. The or rejection Legislature to-wit shall:

venue granted by Circuit Judge I spoonful. He became sick immediately and as Executrix of the estate of Akerman, United States District have ish power to establish,, alter or abol-
a Municipal corpc ration to be
I in February trans- Lawrence M. Jennings, deceased R.
Harrison ;
W. T. Judge, and likewise the undersigned known the
and after working with him a as City of Key West, 'extending -
ferring the case to the west coast E. Burchard, Laura O. Buser Tampa as Clerk of said District Court, territorially c iroughout the
few minutes his father decided to Hardware Company, J. J., Pedro, I. at Miami Florida, this the 31st day I present limits of Monroe County, in
county. rush him to the hospital here. He I' the place of any or all county, district.
Lucille N. Chapman, a widow, W.V. 'of August, 1936.
municipal and local
E. governments,
The four men, Lawrence l I was loaded into the, truck and record Knott, as Treasurer of the Stateof I EDWIN boards bodies and officers constitutional -
R. WILLIAMS
(Squash) Ford, Parker Mansfield, time made in getting here but Florida, J. P. Moore, as Tax Collector Clerk or statutory, t legislative, executive ,-
I I II By Ruth J. Rosemond judicial or administrative
Finis Williams and Bill Taylor for Glades County, :Florida, ,
the boy was dead when the arrivedin Deputy Cleric (SEAL) and shall prescribe the jurisdiction,
were arrested following their being Moore Haven. Frank A.. Dougherty as Tax Collector powers, duties and function of such
murderers for Florida D. ATTEST A TRUE COPY municipal corporation. Its legislative,
named by Obe Hall as the Hendry County, ,
; The body was kept here until call I EDWIN WILLIAMS, ClerkU. executive judicial and administrative
S. Weeks Clerk of the CircuitCourt
trial at special as
while he was on ;la departments and its boards bodies and
for the murder of ed for by an ambulance from the for Glades County, Florida ', S. District Court, officers; to divide the territory included -
session last June Englehardt Funeral Home of Fort \Van. T. Hull, as Clerk of the Circuit'l I Southern District of Florida. in such municipality into subordinate -
Win. Dyas near the same spot in the Ruth J. Rosemond, districts and to prescribe a just
of the county where Myers early Wednesday morning. Court for Hendry County, iB3'I I and rcas nable system jf taxation for I I
northern part Board of Commissioners of Okee-II I such municipality and districts; ; and
Lincoln Whidden, Marvin :Morrow chobee Flood Control District, Board' Deputy Clerk. to fix the liability of such municipality :

and Donald Norton were shot to Kiwanis Club- of Commissioners of Everglades I Sept. 11-18-25, Oct. 2, 1936. and districts., existing Bonded at the and time other of the indebtedness -

death from ambush in 1931. They Drainage District, George M. Hendry -I I establishment of such municipairty.shall ; ,

were arraigned before Judge Geo.i Homer G. Hand and Earl C. ,Smal- I I Ii be theretofore enforceable taxable only; therefor.against property The-

W/ Whltehurst following their indictment (Continued rrom page 1) ley, as and constituting the Board of i NOTICE OP ELECTION I Legislature shall from time to time
Trustees of Caloosahatchee Improvement determine what portion of said mknicipality -
by a Glades county jury: at considerable length with great WHEREAS the Legislature of 193S is a rural area, and a home-
last September and the case set for' District, and R. E. Kurtz, as under the Constitution of 1885, of the stead in such rural area shall Rot be &
enthusiasm and every member fav- Trustee for the holders of bonds of State of Florida, did pass two Joint limited as if in a city or town. Such
trial in December. A postponement ored complete co-operation. Some Caloosahatchee Improvement Dis- Resolutions proposing amendments to municipality may; exercise all the pow-
was granted until the spring term of 1 the, Constitution of the State of FlorIda ers of a municipal corporation and
that the
expressed the hope pool trict; andWHERBAS and the same were agreed to by a shall also ba recognized as .one df the
court. Judge Whitehurst was ill at i would be built in the ,recreation vote of three fifths of all the mem- legal political divisions of the State
the time and Judge Harrison was on :I in and by said peti- bers elected to each house; that the with the duties and obligations of a
defense center.A tion and proceedings, petitionerprays voters on said Joint Resolution were county and shall be entitled to all the
the bench. Attorneys for the discussion next followed of the for and seeks condemnation, entered upon their respective Journals : powers, rights and privileges: Including -
argued that they could not get a i with the ;yeas and nays thereon i representation In the State Legislature
proposed Road 26 from South Bay for the purpose of carrying throughthe and they did determine and direct which would accrue to it ft
fair trial in this county and after a I to Miami and Fort Lauderdale and said project, upon payment of that the said Joint Resolutions be sub- it were a county. All property of Mon-
number of witnesses had been examined mitted te the electors of the State at roe County and of the municipality In
in condemnation of
I resolutions were adopted and the proper damages the General Election In November said county shall vest In sues muni-
the change of venue was I secretary instructed to make copies the perpetual right, power and priv- cipal corporation when established as

granted and the case set for the May which urged that the road be builtat ilege to enter: upon, OCCl'lPy'and .se 193C.NOW THEREFORE I, R. A. GRAY, herein provided. The offices of the
Clerk of tr>e GHrcuit Court ami Sheriff
Secretary of State of the Stat of Florida
all land hereinafter -
or of the
Another was
term postponement the earliest possible moment. Copies any do hereby give notice that a. shall not .B\\ abolished l but the Legislature -
granted at that time but it is be- described for the 'deposit of material GENERAL F.J.B'l'I may prescribe the time when
lieved that the trial will be held according will be mailed to Congres'smanMark excavated in the improvement and I will be. held in each county in Flor- I and the method by which such offices
shall be filled and the compensation
Wilcox, Senators Hill and Lof- maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver ida on Tuesday next succeeding the
the twelfth. to be paid to such officers and may
to schedule on first in November
Monday A. D.
tin, C. B. Treadway, chairman of or any enlargement thereof, I the said Tuesday being the 1936'1 vest in them additional powers and
Sheriff J. J. Wiggins is serving the State Road Department and and for such other purposes as may I THIRD DAY OF NO} KMRKIt duties Ko county office shall be abolished -
with another oT-
consolidated
subpoenas on county witnesses and Governor-elect Fred P. Cone.R. be needful in the preservation and I said fer line Joint ratification or rejection of the I flee without or making proyision for the
Resolutions proposing
everything is expected to be in read- M. Bishop was welcomed into maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver I amendments to the Constitution of perferqiaBce of all State duties .eiVOE
that the description of the the State of Florida, viz. hereafter prescribed:! by law to bi'
is ;
iness for the trial when court op the club as a new member. performed by ouch county offieer.
ened. Judge Wiitehurst .is expectedto property in which said easement is Proposing A JOINT to Amend RESOLUTION Section 3 of the Nothing contained herein shall affect
preside with both State's Attorney sought to }be taken is as follows: I Article XIII of the Constitution of Section 20 of Articl III ef the Com-'
I stitution of the state ef Florida, except -
tke State ef
Local Diamond Ball Florida. Relating; to
Roy D. Stubbs and his assistant, ProvIsions for the Aged Infirm arrii I as te *u.h :provisions tlrerem as
Parcel 8GHas shown on the
rePate to uJulatlngthe: jurisdiction
Henry Wllliford in charge of pros- Unfortunate.Be and duties of cUss of officers, K
plat of a part of the Caloosa- lit IlrHoUcd IIy The Legislature af any
ecution. The principal defense at- hatchee River Right of Way The State of Florida: summoning/ and impanelling grand
(Continued From Page One) That Section 3 of Article XII of the and petit juries, to assessing and ecrilectlng -
Fort
torneys will be Watt Lawler of
through Hendry County, Florida Constitution" ; taxes far county purposes and
the State df Florida
Myers and W. D. Bell of Arcadia. !I boys completely baffled by: the recorded in Plat Book 2, relating to Provisions for the AgctL to regulating the fees and compensation -

Edgar Waybright, Jacksdnville attorney coach's delivery but it seemed to page 70, of the Public Recordsof Infirm and Unfortunate be and the of the county establishing officers.or No abclish'img law authorizing of-

represented Bill Taylor at reach into the field to influence Hendry County, Florida, less same ended is is hereby agreed amended to and shall and be as submitted am-- uch Municipal corporation pursuant

the arrangement last fall and is ex- their fielding. Several Clewistonruns parcel 8-GH of Right of Way I to the electors of the State of to this effective SecWon until shall approved become by operativeor a majority -
Florida at the next general election
were the result of errors. for Caloosahatchee River, as of the qualified electors partici-
defense.
pected to assist with the to be held on the first Tuesday after
All of the defendents have been The work of the school boys was shown on plat recorded in Plat the first :Monday: in November 1936 for pating in an election held in said
county, but so long is such municipal
Book 2 69 of the Public"Records
page ratification or rejection; said Section
particularly impressive and it is be- exists under this Section ',9
out bond since February with the corporation
3
on of Hendry County, of Article XIII as amended shall .
the Legislature may amend or extend
lieved that with Mr. :Morrison'scoaching read as follows:
of Parker :Mansfield whois ,
exception Florida. the law authorizing the same without
sentence at that one of the best high "Section 3. The respective countiesof referendum to the qualified voters
serving a twenty year "
the State shall provide the -
in manner
unless the Legislative act providingfor
Raiford for manslaughter. Taylor, school diamond ball teams in Sou t1Florida" \ Parcels 8-IX, 8-HCX and 8-IAX, prescribed by law, for those of the such amendment or extension shall
as shown on the plat of a I inhabitants who by reason of infirmity -
ajje.
also under indictment for murderin : may be turned out. provide for such referendum.
part of the Caloosahatchee River or misfortune, may have Approved June 4, 1935.
Duval county. I claims upon the aid and sympathy of
I Right of Way through Glades society: provided however, the Legislature -
There has been a wide spread interest -' County, Florida, recorded in may by general law provide fora The vetes cast in compliance with

in this case since the day, in I Plat Book 2, page 87, of the uniform State-wide system for such said proposed amendments and the
benefits and appropriate money there canvass, declarations and returns
February, 1931, when the bodies of I o Know Your LanguageBy Public Records of Glades Coun- I for; but no such general law shall I thereof shall; bo subjected to the same

the three men were found in a ham- ty, Florida, less Parcels 8-1, provide' benefits to arty person who peculations and restrictions ,as are
(: shall not have been -esident of the provided by law for general elections
.... 8-HC and 8-IA of Right of Way I
mock on 'Gator Slough riddled with State of Florida for a period of five in the State of Florida.
bullets and evidence showed that C. L. BushnellSchool for Caloosahatchee Riyer, as years continuously next preceeding hb IN TESTIMONY ,WHEREOF
shown on plat recorded in Plat application therefor nor -shall ,such I have hereunto set my
their killers had waited for several of English, Book 2, 85, of the Public general law provide for benefits to any hand and affixed the Great
Interna'tional CorrespondenceSchools page person solely on account of age who /Seal of the State of Florlda-
hours,behind a clump of palmettos. Records of Glades County Florida has not attained the ate of sixtyfiveyears at Tallahassee the Capital;

They;! had covered their tracks well, I ; Provided further that whereby this, the 1st day of August,
any law of the United States a A. D. 1936.
however, and there were no arrestsby I lesser or different period of residence (SEAL).
county officers until after the THE combination "equally as" NOW, THEREFORE, you, the age or citizenship shall be fixed In..
in above named respondents, and each order for the State of irlorida to participate R. A. GRAY,
Obe Hall trial last Authorities crops up present-
State.
:year. that Secretary of.
in Feder il grants :
of and all any;
you, other:' persons con-
conversation. It is
were convinced. that there was a day writing and might be made for sue"I purposes, the I I
never good English. Do not say, 1
close affinty between the two cases
"Their suggestion seems equally as
and were not disappointed in the I
good as yours. Say, "Their sug-
results of the testimony at that trial.]
gestion seems as good as yours", or
The case was brought to a success- "Their suggestion and yours seem

ful conclusion shortly afterward by equally good." IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

Sheriff J. J. Wiggins and W. H. Gas- .

que, special state investigator as- Our word "supercilious;," meaning -

.' signed to the case by Governor haughtily contemptuous or disdainful -

Sholtz. comes down to us from

"superciliosus", a Latin word meaning .

,r literally, "eyebrowish." The : :

Romans recognized that raising the r

;r RANGE RIDER DIES eyebrows was a characteristic habitof I ,

the haughty, arrogant man; so
they combined their words "super" i

t AFTER DRINKING I (over) and "cilium" (eyebrow) to I '

I form "supercilium," meaning I IO'er
I I "
"pride, and "superciliosus, mean- -

:: OF INSECTICIDE ing "haughty" or "arrogant." I I II pSGd t, ,


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(Moore Haven Democrat) GA

;' Anthony :McDaniel, 19-year old IX THE TJXITK1): STATES DISTRICT i UGR

4:. son of John McDaniel of Goodno, I COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN
; was rushed here DISTRICT OP FLORIDA'
..' Tuesday night to
....: the hospital too late to save his TAMPA DIVISION.U. .

{;.Y life after he had accidently taken a !!. Civ. Xo........

... drink from a whiskey bottle which UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : 9 1. I

contained a solution of Black Leaf : Z

40 Petitioner, :
nicotine
( a sulphate insecticide. r
V.Four :
,:- Anthony with his father and parcels or tracts of land : "' Distributor
1 ;
older brother and several other men :"n Glades and Henclry Coun- : ,

were encamped at a cowhouse near ties, Florida, specifically described :

Flaghole Cypress. All were range in the petition, requir : That Good

riders for, the Lykes Brothers Cattle ed for Right of Way for Ca- : i

Company:, The two men who brought loosahatchee! :: River Project, : -

him to the S. H. COACHMAN, and oth- :
hospital and whose
names' :rs named in the petition, : Gulf / I
have not been
I learned, told, here j
Respondents. :
that they had a hog ranch a few r J

:--. < miles beyond<< tfce McDaniel's camp., NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 I Gasoline!

i'. Their story was; that they: had been THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED ,

to LaBeHe for supplies and while STATES, TO:

on their way home stuck in a bog ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN

just a short distance from the Mc OR HAVING LIENS UPON THE

r'. ( Daniel's I PROPERTY HERE NAFTER IN

.... for help ,and camp.secured They a returned horse to there pull THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: U.HJRCa! 1frS: UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES .

WHEREAS, a petition ha" been
their little truck
out and went back
to I filed by the United States of America %; H KREASES POWER SAVESVEAR \
camp intending to spend the in the District Court of the Kew ,, J' .,'._

...' night and continue on home in the I United! States for the Southern Dis

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