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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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10, NUMBER ,38' CLEWI3TOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAH :,
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CLAUDE PEPPER AND I LADIES AID REGULAR HOLDS .. MEETINGThe CONTRACT ON ROAD MOORE HAVEN PREACH PASTORTO SUNDAY! NEW ANEMOMETERS 'jl



CONG. PETERSON TOt :I monthly Ladies'meeting Aid held Thursday their regular afternoon 26 TO BE AWARDED Methodist Rev. Holmes church Logan of Moore pastor Haven of the, BEING INSTALLED AT ;1

will preach Sunday evening at the
j at the Community church.

: SPEAK WEDNESDAY I i Plans which were is to discussed be given for in the December bazaar DURING NOVEMBERC. Community is cordially Church invited at 7:45 to and attend everyone -: HURRICANE GATES n::1

I the service.In '
and regular business transacted.
addition to the sermon thee --
United States Senator-E;e-c t, Cookies and iced tea were served B. Treadway, chairman of th church choir has arranged a special W. R. Asher, of Baltimore, arriv- .1
Claude: Pepper, of Tallahassee, andJ. ': by Miss Dorothy Lockhart and Mrs.S. state road department, told Dade program with a Bach Chorale, ed in Clewiston Tuesday and began j
S. : '. Houser, hostesses for the oc- county officials Monday by long-dis work the Installation '.:i
immediately on -
Hardin Peterson, of Lakeland, "Now Let Every Tongue" by the I
casion. tance telephone from Tallahasseethat i ;..J
of the new type anemometers
Congressman froni the First Con- male quartet and two anthems. The
Those attending were Mrs. J. E. the contract for the completionof first of these, "Something for Thee" which are to be placed on the con- ::;
gressional District, will address the Beardsley, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.R. State Road 26 from Lake Okee- is a baritone solo part by R. N'I trol houses at the hurricane gates ,J
voters of Clewiston here Wednesday N. Smith, Mrs. R. Y., Patterson, chobee to Miami and Fort Lauder- Smith and the second "Seek Ye the located here, in Moore Haven, Belle .
evening at 8:00 In Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. C. E. dale would be awarded about the Lord" has a soprano solo part which Glade, Canal Point and Okeechobee. *"::
the interest of the state and Robbins, Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs.F. middle of November, according to a I will be sung by Mrs. Mark Lawler. The Instruments arrived in Clew- 5;
national Democratic tickets, and H. Moltz, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.A. news story in Miami papers Tues. Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, pastorof iston last week. 4 ,;J
it is anticipated that a majority of W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. Sias, I day.A the Community Church is expected Mr. Asher supervised the building \ "
the voters will be present to hear Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. G. E. I portion of this road which to return sometime during of the instruments which were !
these two gifted speakers speak in Etherton, Mrs. M. J. HIrsch, Mrs. W. leaves the Lake at South Bay, follows next week from his vacation and built on the design of Lucien L.
behalf of the present administrationand R. Broadrick, Mrs. L. C. Miller and_ the North New River Canal to will preach at services on October Friez, of the Julien P. Friez Co., of ,-
urge all Democrats to vote in :Mrs. R., C. Nowling. Twenty Mile Bend and then divides, 11. Baltimore. Mr. Friez was also in ..
the election on November 3. Talks one branch going into Miami and the Clewiston Wednesday to help set up '. ;
will also be made in LaBelle at 2:00 of other into Fort Lauderdale, is now the instrument and to check it
Killing Ticky Deer Co. Receives
t o and in Moore Haven at 4:30. under contract to the Spadaro Con- Hendry. thoroughly. Periodic examinations ; '!
Mr. Pepper is unopposed for the tracting Company of this city. Thisis will also be ma'de by Mr. Friez in ,
office of United States Senator for Discussed by BoardThe a three mile section from the $12,705 of WPA Funds '. person. '..

the unexpired term of Sen. Duncan Bolles canal south with a bridge These five instruments, costing .
U. Fletcher. Mr. Peterson has a Re- state game and fresh water across the Bolles canal. the U. S. Engineers almost two :
publican opponent in this, district, When completed this road will Jacksonville, Oct. 1.-The Works thousand dollars each, are the only ,
Burks L. Hamner, of Tampa. commission met, Monday in Talla- provide a direct outlet from the Progress Administration has poured instruments of the kind in exist- ,
Alarmed by Republicanactlvitiel hassee to consider the request of lake $12,705.39 into the channels of
to Miami and cut a great many ence, having been designed and
in the state, and by; reports of large Florida cattlemen that tickinfesteddeer miles off the distance to the resort trade in Hendry county, thus furn built to meet the conditions set out ,,-;'.;

t xpenditures of money by the GOP, in some counties of the state city from the lake section. It will ishing many jobs to the unemployed, by the engineers. The order was .
state Democratic headquarters is be killed out in a tick eradication also provide an outlet for produceto which has resulted in an impetusto I placed several months ago for de- .

bending all its energies toward program of the, state livestock sani- be moved by ,refrigerated boat the county's purchasing power, livery in August but as there was so r
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bringing oul the full Democratic tary board and although the meet- line from Port Evergaldes at Fort Walter Hawkins, state director for much testing to be done in order: to
I vote in November, and to this end Lauderdale. the National Emergency Council an-
ing adjourned without any definite It is considered the most attain perfect accuracy the ship- ,
I has established a Speakers' bureau action having been taken, I. N. Ken- important ,road project in the stateat nounced here yesterday. ment was delayed. :'i
h under the direction of C. P. Helfen- The total amount so far spent in instrument I
nedy, executive secretary of the this time and when, a few weeks The will give three
stein, publisher of the Suwannee Hendry county by the WPA Director -
the road that blow
board, stated that if such deer ago department announced records on the winds
any
Democrat, at Live Oak. Hawkins said, is a part of $14- '
..were killed out that the sportmc-n that there was no money to around Lake Okeechobee and all the
V Helfenstein is a past president oft I would do .it and not the livestock match the federal government's ap- 626.74 of the obligations incurredby records will be on one chart. On one
hh the State Press association and is the program in the county. don
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inspectors. propriation of $1,000,000 for this side a magnetic needle, operating .:.
r the fourth newspaperman to assumea I road, Miami went to work to see With all the counties sharing in something of the same order as a
definite in the Some of these deer are reportedto the program the WPA has spent
part campaign. j why. Since that time nearly every telegraph! instrument registers the
Clayton C. Codrington, publisher of be in Glades county, in the marshes civic body in Miami and other East $10,269,127.14, Director Hawkins I velocity of the wind caught in the
the Lake is just south'of the Highlands county said, up to July 31, against total
City Reporter, campaign Coast cities as well as those in townsof three-cup anemometer. In the center :
manager; H. D. Harkreadcr, editorof line. Other counties reporting obligations for the 67 counties am- '
the lake section have adopted res- a needle records the direction of the
the Palatka Daily News, publicity I tick-infested deer are Orange, Os- olutions to be sent to the road de- ounting to $11,622,080.51. wind rind every slight variation and .
director; and Don Lochner, of the 1 ceola,. Brevard, Highlands, Char partment and other officials in an Besides the money allocated to on the other side the new wind '\
Clermont Press, is field agent., I lotte, Collier and Lee. attempt to expedite the work. I Hendry county, the county is also measuring device is set to accurately -
Helfenstein has announced that Cattlemen contend that it does no Mr. Treadway stated that, the final participating in the .3148366.58; record wind velocities as high as
more than fifty prominent Florida good to put them to a great deal of survey on the route would be obligated by the WPA in state-wide two hundred miles per hour. These
Democrats have volunteered their expense to dip their herds at regu- complete in about thirty days. Plans projects, of which $2,937,247.93, has records are made on a chart witha .',
services as speakers, and that an oratorical lar intervals to kill out the cattle would then be sent to Washington already been spent. clocking_ .device. so that' a complete ,
I barrage of unusual intensity tick so long as these deer are allowed for approval and advertisement' for The people 'of Hendry county have record may be' kept throughout the "
will be laid in every section of the to roam unmolested through the bids would appear at once. every reason to be proud of the day. The chart may be set, however,
state the last few weeks of the 'territory and keep spreading ticks to WPA, according to Director Hawk- to run fast or slow and will be slowed -
campaign. In addition, several speakers :- the cattle. Sportmen of the state ins, who said, "under the able direction down whenever it may become
of prominence from., outside protested against any action being Kiwanis Club Holds of administrative officialsthe I necessary to record exact data.
Florida will be brought into 'the I taken which would ,allow the inspec- program in Florida Is being ex-, I The chart and its rather simple-
state, through"the cooperation of the I Ii tors to kill the deer and insisted 'Ladies' Night' Meeting ecuted in accordance with the far- appearing mechanism, is encased ina
i Democratic National Committee. that if they )Had to be killed the reaching plans of President Roosevelt small metal box scarcely two feet
I Among those who may be heard I'I''I '! sportsmen were the ones to do it. 1 I i to meet the unemployment, square. Connections run down
''I prior to November 3 are Cordell! Another meeting will be held in Wednesday- night wp.s Ladies problem." through holes in the roof of the
Hull, secretary of state; Senator! October in some central Florida Night for the Kiwanis Club and a The money spent in Hendry coun- concrete control room from the tower -
Dick Russell, of Georgia; and Senator city for further consideration_ of the special musical program was arranged ty by the WPA on worthwhile pro-i above where the aneometers and
Pat Harrison, of Mississippi. i I matter. for the evening by J. E. Beards- pects will bring increased pleasure I( weather vane are located. This runs .
"Through county organizations j ley, director of the Community to the resjdents and create lasting about sixteen feet above the roof of
that have been set up" Codrington | CATHOLIC LADIES GIVE Church choir. benefits to the county, Director I! the room and is guyed down well
said today, "we expect toarouse the BENEFIT CARD PARTY Several anthems were sung by Hawkins said: I j I to resist heavy winds. At the ex-
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Democrats of Florida to the neces-I the choir and for a time the group "There are only two basic ways 'treme top is the vane consisting

..sity of going to the polls. The Dem-, The members of the Altar Society enjoyed singing old time favorites. in which unemployment relief can principally of a metal tube, openat
ocrats have the votes, and if theycan of St. Margaret's Catholic Church After the program the tables were ; be ,given-doles or jobs," Director the end which faces into the wind,
be made to sense the ,existing gave a most successful benefit card cleared away and dancing enjoyed I i Hawkins, declared in discussing the and: the- rudder on the back which
danger, there is' no doubt but that party at the rectory Tuesday after- until a late hour. j I aims and policies of the program, keeps the arrow pointed; into the
(' they will turn out and register aringin& noon with ten tables of bridge and Those attending were: Mr. and "Give a man a dole and you save wind at all times even for 'slight
victory for all nominees, national 'one of monopoly in play. Mrs H. J. Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. {i his body and destroy his spirit. Give fluctation. This metal tube is the
state and county."A Oglesby, Mrs. J. F. Tippey and Mrs.G. H. Doty, Dr. and 1\Irs..J. W. Ezelle, i: him ,a job and pay him an assured principal part of the wind. recording
special effort will be made to E. Smith were the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey., Mr. and wage, and you save both the body device for it is the pressure of the
arouse the voters of the rock-ribbed High score prize at bridge, a sandwich Mrs. A. A. 1\lunroe-.l\Ir. and 1\Irs.1|I and the spirit. That Is the theory. wind into the mouth of this tube
Democratic counties of West Flor- tray, went to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle; B. E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. A. O.j i i upon which the WPA is based which gives the high velocity readings -
ida", Codrington continued. The second high, a linen luncheon !set' Ward, Mr. and Mrs. ,R. M. Bishop, j), "Only a work program can an- the pressure being transmitted -
huge Democratic majorities in all to Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, cut prize, a jar Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. ,' swer the important aspects of the to a diaphragm in the instru-
W Nest Florida counties will offset of jelly to Mrs. E. J. Rogero. The and Mrs. A. W. 'Sias, Mr. and Mrs unemployment problem. Only -a job ment box. The ordinary type three-
o any showing of strength that may be i high monopoly prize, a vase, wentto C. E. Nail, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Miss'. can answer the problem of the job- cup anemometer is located a few
made by the Republicans of South Mrs. Gratton -George while Miss Marion Leydig, Gideon Brown and I: less, man; only a wage will increase feet lower down but is said to be
Florida, where there has been a'I Roberta George was low and received his sister, Miss Genevieve Brown, J.1 i purchasing power, for a basket of much more sensitive than the aver-
heavy influx of Republicans from ; a compact. E. Beardsley, L. W.' Knapp, H. H.I I groceries starts no dollars circulat- age instrument of the kind.
North and East." : Cup cakes and iced tea were serv- Turner and H. R. Hall. ing", he concluded.SCHARNBERGS Every effort has been made to
With Claude Pepper taking the!! ed to: Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. J. H. make these instruments as scientif-
stump this week, joining Fred Cone: Pressley, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. SHIRLEY, MOON HASPARTY I ENTERTAIN ically perfect as possible and were
and C. O. Andrews, Democratic F. Simpson, Mrs. H. R. Knight, Mrs. ON BIRTHDAY WITH BRIDGE FOR VISITORS$ only built after exhaustive tests
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nominees for governor and United i G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Clarence --- were made in wind tunnels in Wash
States Senators, are all hard at work: Neilson, Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. E. Mrs. C.' E. Moon entertained I % Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B: Scharnberg ington. More scientific data is expected -
stumping the state. They are being I Sunday afternoon with a fora entertained evening with abridge I
I J. Rogero, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, party I Monday to be recorded in regard to
joined in the respective congressional Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. J. A. Rum- number of children honoring the' party at their home honoring wind action, both of, low and high
districts by the nominees for rep- bley Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Geo. eighth birthday of' her daughter,! Mr. and Mrs. Stewart velocity, than has ever been recorded -
resentative. Yon, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Shirley. I Sagua, Cuba, :who were their guests before.
E. D. Gregory, Mrs. W. A. The children played a number of for several days. I I Each of these control rooms are
MRS. F. I. HILL GIVESLUNCHEON Mrs. E. S. Marshall, Jr., 1\Irs.1 indoor games after which Mrs. Moon Mrs. W. C. Owen was winner of now equipped with an automatic
l Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Mrs. E. served delicious refreshments of high score prize for ladies, a pairof water stage recorder to record the
I Nail, Mrs R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. sandwiches, cake fruit salad andpunch. linen pillow cases; Mrs. W. ,M. rise and fall of water on a time
Mrs. F. I. Hill entertained at her P. Mutriv, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs H, A pretty birthday cake was Redelsheimer was second high and chart; the barograph whoch was recently -
home Wednesday: with a bridge ; A. Bestor, Mrs. W. B. Granger, Mrs.M. then cut and Shirley opened and dis-I received a linen dresser set while installed to give constant and
luncheon honoring Mrs. Stewart Mc- E. VonMach, Mrs. F. M. Wright, played he '. many pretty and useful Mrs. H. T. Vaughn was given an em- permanent records of the barometric
Farlane. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, gifts. Favors were given to all the I broidered tea towel as ladies' consolation pressure and the anemometers to
Vases were awarded) to Mrs. W. -Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. L. C. Miller children.The prize. W. M. Redelsheimerwas record the wind velocity.
C. Owen for high' score prize and Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. E. C. children enjoying the occas- high among the men and re- About two days is required to install '
Mrs. C. L. Downs as second high. Mills, Mrs. Foy; Durrence, Mrs. H. ion were: Evelyn Mahon, June Col- ceived a carton of cigarettes; W. C. each of the instruments and
'W A darning kit was given Mrs. Mc- R. Hall, Mrs. R, T. Mitchell, Mrs. lier, Mamie Johnson. Harold Broad- Prewitt was second and received a Immediately upon finishing here Mr.
.J Farlane as a guest prize. M., R. Lawler, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, rick, Fay Lou' Mitchell, Dorothy double deck of cards while Jay W. Asher went to :Moore Haven to install -
Those attending were: Mrs H. J.I Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. M. E. Mor- Mitchell. Nora Oglesby, Grace Ward,I[I Moran received two packages of the instrument there.
B. Scharnberg, Mrs. C. L. Downs, rison, Mrs F. H. Moltz, Mrs. G. E Jacqueline Bledsoe, Jackie Bledsoe, I cigarettes as men's consolation
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Ml');. H. A. Besto!', Etherton,* Miss Roberta George, Bill McCracken,' Marjorie McCrack-1 prize. Mrs. McFarlane received a
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. W. Miss Louise Oglesby and Mrs. Grat- en, Shirley Den how. Charles Ben- pair of hose and Mr. McFarlane Redelsheimer, Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
M. Redelsheimer.: ton George.If bow, Marilyn Davis, Mary Louise, embroidered handkerchiefs as guest Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -
Thomas, Margie Allen, Nancy prizes. Mr. and Brs. H. T. Vaughn,
Wright, Mamie[ Trice Buddy Trice, Sandwiches cookies and coffee Mr. and Mrs.. Max -Meluh, Mr. and
Another definition of an optimistis I a man tries hard and succeeds Esther Brewer, Jim Brewer, Grant were served to: Mr. and Mrs. G E. Mrs.! W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. ,.F.DI .
: A man who goes in a dentist's office the world envies him; if he fails it Brewer, Wilma Jean Tingle, Doris Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Wright, Miss Ruby Riccaud, Miss
and growls because someone is.:,.sympathizes with him, and secretly: Simmons, Rhunelle McGehee, Ro- Mr. and Mrs F. :D. Duff, Mr. and MIgnonne St. Martin, Jay, W, M.oran;
ahead of him -Pathfinder, '
rejoices, Pathfinder, (Continued on Page 8) Mrs F. I. Hill,. Mr. and Mrs, Wt M. apt[ } John Lucaa"TJ7 ,-
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News Review of Current Apologies Were Out Better WisdomI A Good Woman '

for Both Were WrongThe Thackeray has said that "men {(
who avoid female society have
is not until the soul has 1
Events the World Over readiness of Irish wit is 1 learned a better wisdom, dull perceptions" stupid minds or r' ,
exemplified in the story about learned that the human race gross tastes. A good woman' is ,. I
the noblest work, of the'Creator
some passengers traveling from is one, and that none can really ,
and a real lady L known wherever '
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Liverpool to London. One missed::: rise by treading on his brothermen h.
one meets her. She does
Senator Couzens Defeated in Michigan Primaries-Maine his handkerchief-a colorful, ex- learned that true art is not gossip I JiI.
nor make herself conspicuous.In .
pansive affair and bluntly accused not the slave of luxury, but
Recaptured by Republicans-Notable Gathering of his neighbor, an Irishman, the servant of humanity, fortitude time of is physical afflictionher
proverbial. She will
of taking it. learned that happiness is born,
Savants at Harvard Tercentenary.By Rising, the man found he had not of the lust to possess and sacrifice comfort oii occasion and
been sitting on the handkerchief.A enjoy, but of the desire to give while nursing the sick can endure
third passenger suggested that and to bless-then, and not more than a half dozen men. As a
EDWARD W. PICKARD rule the
judgment of
sensible
the accuser apologize. But the until then, when she brings a
woman is better than that of
Western Newspaper Union. Irishman said an
: others with her, can the soul
"Oh, there is no occasion for an find true rest in her Palace.- experienced man. Her perceptionsare
were highly grat- I government help in more acute in emergenciesand
CjVEDERAL
REPUBLICANS apology. There was a mutual mis- Van Dyke.
Michigan : I their business has her intuition
by of the controlling is more depend-
I take. He took me for a thief, andI
primary election for two rea- been asked by two large sectionsof took him for a gentleman. able than the convictions of a per-
sons: First, because three out of the tobacco industry.The Kansas City Star.SUCCEED The little things make up life. son sure of himself.-Salt Lake
Retail Tobacco Dealers of
five person 'who City Tribune.
went to the polls : :'li America, Inc., representing about
asked for Republican ,'' / > 300,000 retailers of tobacco prod- WHERE useful lives. 'I have learned from MoralsIn
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ballots; second, ...d: :m 1 ucts, requested the federal trade experience that if we cannot suc- Japanese

K bec a use Senator .':' : .,:.t commission to authorize a trade YOU ARE, WORD ceed in our present position, we Japan kissing in public still is
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Jame- Couzens, a : practice conference with a view OF HELEN KELLER I cannot in any other. If we cannot considered highly indecent and

Republican who has -,, for formulating rules for the elim- help the world where we are, we immoral and those caught in the
openly declared that I,,;'. ination of unfair methods of compel There is nothing like the prideof cannot help it anywhere else. It act by the police are promptly
he is tition and trade abuses. arrested. On the other hand cafes
supporting doing something worth whileto is not the kind of environment we ,
President Rooseveltfor :::i-: :,,:., r Representatives from nine tobac- make us forget the limitations, have, but the kind of thought we have for years not only allowed
re-election lost cc producing states wound up a two- waitresses to sit with their
is there? We can do anything we think every day and the ideals we men
his for [ .." day conference in Washington witha customers while eat but also
fight re- w" really want to if we stick at it are following-in a word, the kindof they
nomination. C o u z- request addressed to the agricul- long enough. No matter how and to sell them a Idss or two when
Sen. Couzens men women we are.
ens. one of the tural adjustment administration to handicapped we are, we can always they are through the prices rang-
have that within 0
wealthiest members of the senate, draft a model production control do something, if it is only We already us ing from three to fifteen cents '-'
was badly defeated by former Gov. bill. a bright smile, or a kind word, or which will respond to the right apiece.-Collier's Weekly .
Wilbur M. Brucker, and there is a helpful act. influence when that comes. Let

more than a suspicion: that he knew F OR the first time in seven years Many of us make the mistake us stand upright in out own lot, It's Natural
his fate beforehand. Brucker, whois the United States is to have a ot thinking that if we were as and try to discover beauty, serv- Poise is something that the minute
only forty-two years old, has squadron in Zuropean Atlantic wa- fortunate as our neighbors we ice and happiness in our own your mind busies itself withit
been in public life for almost twen- ters. It is known as "Squadron 40- could live better, purer, and more lives.-Helen Keller, LL.D. you lose it.i .
ty years. The Republicans re-nom temporary" and Rear Admiral Ar-
inated Frank D. Fitzgerald for the
thur P. Fairfield was named as its
governorship.On commander. Admiral Fairfield
the Democratic side Representative hoisted his flag aboard the light
: Prentiss M. Brown won cruiser Raleigh at the Norfolk navy '

the senatorial nomination' against yard and sailed for Gibraltar. At 5e ",', ,: 1.:.,,: '.: .
Louis B. Ward who was supportedby first the squadron will consist of the i -

Father Coughlin. For governor flagship Raleigh, the destroyersKane ...J'j S \ S
they chose Frank Murphy high '
and Hatfield and the coast '
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commissioner to the Philippines and guard cutter Cayuga, but navy of- of Qualify =:{r
former mayor of Detroit. Both Mur- ficials expected its strength wouldbe I S ,,< ,
phy and his defeated opponent, increased soon. ';[

George Welsh, campaigned as The Hatfield, Kane and Cayugahad ; O
Roosevelt supporters.In been on emergency duty in :
the New Hampshire primariesGov. Spanish waters since the outbreakof ,
H. Styles Bridges won the Re- the Spanish revolt until they were

publican senatoriaJ nomination, end- withdrawn to nearby ,neutr !1 ports ,
ing the effort of former Senator following the attempted bombing of Il
George H. Moses to stage a come- the Kane by an unknown plane off
back. The Democrats put up Rep- Cadiz last August 30.
resentative William N. Rogers.
Nominees for Maj.
are
governor TWO EXTRA IATERS OE 6UM
Francis P. Murphy, Republic, and TT IS pleasant to turn from war DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE TREAD
Amos N. Blandin, Democra.. and politics and read o* the do-
DEEP CUi NON-SXID TREAD
{ -
Massachusetts will have for senator ings at Cambridge, Mass., where
4 either Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Harvard university is celebrating {SHORE RUBBER ON THE ROAD

I Republican, or James M. Curley, the I tercentenary of 6UM DIPPED CORD BODY

,. now governor, Democ.at. John W. its founding. In NONSKID MILEAGE
baigis, Republican, and Charles F. Sanders theater was
Hurley, Democrat, were nominatedfor held the academic :v'S
the governorship.The reception for 554
gubernatorial nominees in scholars representing -
:" Wisconsin are: Gov. Philip La Fol- 502 universities, ..'' "
:; lette. Progressive: Alexander Wi- colleges and learned "

ley, Republican'; and Arthur W. societies in every ,

Lueck, Democist. state of the Union
.'. and in forty foreign
the "barometer" state :. f countries, and all of /f1I.f1I.r
+,;, MAINE I __n...__, ... ...... /
I in the Republican them wearing me :
Dr. James B. +
r; column at Least so tar as its stater caps, gowns and i' -
: ticket is concerned The G. O. P. Conant hoods* signifyingtheir p .', ..-
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captured the United States senator- various degrees of scholar- .rNy+ mti NEW STANDARD \f

r ship, the governorship and three ship. SURE-I WANT FIRESTONE'S WINTER DRIVING JLL
congressional seats. Senator Wallace President James B. Conant greeted ARE YOU BUYING # TIRES. FOR PROTECTION NOW AND STILL
f" H. White. Republican, defeated the guests accepted their cre- GET
r-- Gov. Louis J. Brann, who sougnt dentials and delivered a simple '9i NEW TIRES NOW & HAVE NEW TIRES NEXT SPRING
;
: to unseat him. Lewis O. Barrows, address of welcome. He noted that

r Republican, won the governorship the assembly was an impressive
tt.: by a substantial majority over F. demonstration of the solidarity of 1V
f.'- Harold Dubord, Democrat. the academic world, and saw in the
1-:" The vote cast broke all records greetings the delegates "the con-

: for size and interest in the election tinued aspiration of mankind towarda :. S r,6-! rw %!
': was intense The 'state had been universal fellowship based on human r

visited by both President Roosevelt, reason."
:, as he returned from his vacation Responding on tehalf of the dele-

.'. cruise and Gov. Alf M. Landon gates, Prof. Elie Cartan of the Uni- %I:53 :: ,
,;.I the Republican Presidential nomi- V3rsity of Paris paid tribute to H ar- : A I f, if +.o
.. .., :Y/j%< I 7:7"r'x .
vard's contributions to educationand ..a: r c
who made there
nee, speeches only \
a few days ago. Colonel Knox, vice declared that "no barrier, po- : 'v vr J %\

presidential candidate on the Re- litical, religious or social, should be
publican ticket also had canvassed erected to stop the search for.
the state. Brann, who was elected truth." r

governor in 1932 and re-elected two When the delegates were calledup

I:, years later, was the first Democrat in the order of the age of the
r'/. to hold that office in Maine and institutions they represented, first
; was personally popular. White was to respond was Prof. Saleh Hashem BE SAfE SAVE MONEY dUfjT'ffI.E NEWjr'
a elected senator' in 1930 after'! ten Attia of Al-Azhar university of Cai-

,. years in the house. ro, founded in 970. Then came the
,' : next oldest the
Regia university
1J;: SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE Neglie Stuni Bologna, founded ir: ::
has approved the the Tenth century and representedby I
F:., new 10000.000 seed corn loan pro- Prof. Carrado Gini. Third was: $ tone .9 $

gram of the AAA. The governmentwill the University of Paris, founded in I $
advance farmers two 'types of the Eleventh century, whose repre o qp-21
loans on seed corn stored on the sentative was Dr. Cartan. Oxford
farm. Advances of $1.75 a bushel Cambridge and all the others fat STANDARD CfZtW-ctoB&etf TIRE
will be made to farmer on 1,000- lowed, down to the youngest repre- FOR
000 bushels of selected corn. The sented, the Academia Sinica of Nan pA SE
.government will have the option of king, China. FIRESTONE engineers have C / GFR CAR S

buying this corn at $3.50 a bushelup World famous educators, scien proved that the tough, flat tread of J,tJ 4.50.20, .
to April 1, 1937. lists and men of letters including ten the new Firestone Gum-Dipped V 4.50-21, $7.45
The second type: of loan permits I Nobel prize winners, were among Standard Tire wears so little on wet, 0' 4.75-19 .
advances of 55 cents a bushel I those who attended ,
on the receptionF have
that practicallynew
cold roads of Fall and Winter you'll 5. 8 0
"good quality and properly stored 00-1g
cribbed corn which can Se sorted treads next Spring. 8.80
-'.. for seed at a later date." On thelitter RANCE'S famous polar explorer The Firestone Gum-Dipping process has proved to give 5.25-17. 9.45

type of loan the government Dr. Jean Charcot, and 59 of the greatest blowout protection patented construction 5.25.18' .
retains the right to purchase the the crew of 60 aboard the exploration feature used only in Firestone High-S peed and Standard Tires. FOR 9.75
collateral at $1.50 a bushel until ship Pourquoi Pas were This new Firestone Gum-Dipped Standard offers TRUCKS ANA BUSES

April 1 next.It drowned when the vessel founderedin values no other make, at any price, can give. Its price 32x6
is understood the Reconstruc-. a gale off the Iceland coast. One remains low. But with all commodity prices going up Truck T Ypa. 27.65
f tion Finance corporation has agreed petty officer swam ashore and told tire follow. If want safety, long mileage, 32x6 H. D. ,
;;. to advance up to $10,000,000 under of the tragedy Charco. led two expeditions prices may you 6 OO.20 36.25
Standard NOW!Go to ,
,
Firestone ,
the ,
the loan program. The loans will to the Antarctic and a region and real economy buy ab 95
tt made to farmers through the there is named for him, Char- your Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store or :? .d Procortionolfy

-.../ Commodity Credit corporation. cotland. In 1925, when one of Roald Firestone Dealer and equip your car today. Lwv
The interest rate on the .iew loans Amundsen's north polar expeditionswas
will be 4 per cent the same as missing, Charcot searched the I I I I
was in eflect under the old corn loan east coast of Greenland in the Pour O-WEAF Network
B.
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I THE CLEWISTON' NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1936 \




The Spoken Word BRISBANETHIS I Truing Life's Compass Purely Man's Interest ProfessionalOnce Was HouselioM @ 1 ': I;



SPEECH is but broken light J-VA 1\/ AN'S conscience, like a when Wm. J. Bryan was L@ QUeJ/iOllf j ;

upon the depthOf WEEKFor ship's compass, should be making an important speech, his ,

the unspoken; even your corrected according to a Divine attention was drawn ,to a man in
loved words standard. It must be set right the audience who apparently was Break crisp cooked bacon leftover 'i

Float in the larger meaningof the Pacific StatesA by comparison with the true held spellbound by the flow of ora- after breakfast into potato ,

your voice standard of the' Sun of Right- 'tory-says Mrs. D. C. French in soup. It improves the' flavor.

As something dimmer. Good ExampleIt eousness, and guarded watch- "Memories of a Sculptor's Wife." *

-George Elliot.Friendship. Sold for $700 fully lest by careless usage its Later in the evening the man A cloth saturated with vinegar

accuracy be lost, and the soul seized :Bryan's hand. and rubbed over brick tiling will '
: The Pacific states should interest in mid ocean be without a make the tiling look like new.
themselves in air defense, apart Unless know how "I've watched you every minute .- ?
guide. i
you ," he said breathlessly. "I've When preparing mustarc add
national a
mysterious from the
FRIENDSHIP ____ much conscience ,chro- .
your
"
soul, government. never taken my eyes ,off you. drop of salad oil to it while mix-
nometer slows or quickens in Ji
Sweetener of life, and solderof When a com- the various latitudes where you Mr. Bryan felt deeply thrilled. ing. This will greatly improve the

society, .nitteo of rich sail, you will never be able to "Yes," continued the-.man, "I'ma flavor. *
I owe thee much; thou hastdeserv'd men from New dentist and I've never before
learn your bearings accuratelyor After frosting cakes dip a knife \
from York called on seen a speaker who when he
me. ,
to lay your course correctly.H. in hot' water and smooth over the ';
what I Abraham L i n- laughed showeu both full of .
Far, far beyond can C. Trumbull. rows frosting to make it glossy.
ever pay."-BlairNational coIn, told him teeth.-Kansas City Star. 1: Associated Newspapers.-WNU Service.
how much mon- .
ey they had, and :j


FlowerA send urged a to good that do noth-bat-he I Filet Crochet Chair Set I The supremacy Arctic Goats of the Alaskan :-1;:i

nation-wide contest for the tleship malemutes as the Arctic beast of ,?.a

selection of, a national flower was ing but protect burden is being challenged by the -1:

conducted by ."Nature Magazine," his New York city was, the set shown; illustrations of lowly billy goat. Late dispatches .

and lasted for about a year. More that reply had stitches; materials needed. from Seward claim that several :
I than a million votes were cast, Arthur Brisbane rfuhe trappers and explorers are already ;j:3
much Send 15 cents in stamps coins
half of them for as moneyas : or Swiss milch in-
I and almost were : : using goats ;._
they said they had, he would (coins preferred) for this patternto
the wild rose. Columbine was sec- stead of dogs to pull their sleds.
build for himself. :: ,.--ji .. The Sewing Circle Needlecraft -
a battleship : r----
ond choice. No national flower has :4.t :.--f- ti-- '!:u It is claimed that the goats will :
The west coast states, California, Department, 82 Eighth Avenue,
been officially designated. S -' r not only outpull an equal number I';;
New York
N. Y.
Oregon, Washington co-operating ,
,
o n'.r: .- S of dogs, but require much less -
perhaps with their vigorous neighbors .' Write plainly pattern number, feed-an important item in tha -

of Vancouver, and other points ; -i-- ; c if your name and address. Arctic. In addition, by taking a ,
above the Canadian border might
nanny goat along the trapper or .
! I
well have few of their .
, a flying ships l1 ri.HuJ.
explorer is provided with about a ,'
I II "
own sort of air militia. ; Fresh
a ; Milk
I I ;; ; ; quart of rich, wholesome milk
I San Francisco, where they combine ;
I II In countries in whichgoat's daily.-Washington Post. :
I I t. patriotism with plenty of mon- .___ many :1
H ,. ey, and great civic pride and energy ,milk is used extensively, -
might well start tht. idea of a most house-wives are so skepticalof J

.t. Pacific coast flyin force. That need its freshness that the goatherds ..,
not be very expensive. A hundred drive their herds from door to
p door and milk the animals in
the
machines to begin with, a hundred Pattern 1224
MAGICSKIN >. plucky young fliers, practicing the customer's presence. Women living :

/ i&t- -', gentle art of flying at night, and Filet crochet in a fresh, new in apartment houses also insist
dropping bombs, practicing esp design, is an easy way to bring upon this kind of assurance, even

REMOVES FRECKLES, BLACKHEADS QUICK cially mimic warfare against other new life and loveliness to the "forgotten" when they are too indolent to go
chair. Scarf ends also down to the street the goat has
-RESTORES, CLEAR LOVELY SKIN flying machines, would constitute an can so
admirable object lesson to the rest be made this easy way. Use to scramble up several flights of
All you do is this: (1) At bedtime of the country. string. Pattern 1224 contains stairs to be milked in.the kitchen.
spread a thin film of NADINOLA
Cream over your face-no' massaging, And if California, in San Fran- directions and charts for making -Collier's Weekly.
no rubbing.. I ((2)) Leave on while you cisco for instance, should start a
sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement- little flock of one hundred machines,
usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a -
Los could be relied ----- ----- ---------- -- '-- --'- -
Angeles uponto -- '
marvelous transformation. Freckles, /_, -----'
blackheads disappear; dull coarsened hurry in with two hundred, Seattle ?
skin becomes creamy-white, satin- and other coast cities also.
smooth, adorable! Fine results positively rmaW
guaranteedwith NADINOLA-tested
and trusted for nearly two generations.All Such machines need not be a to-
toilet counters, only 50c. Or write tal loss.

NADINOLA, Box 46, Paris, Tenn. In the first place, many young .

gentlemen with rich fathers, not -TEW. YOU WHAT -WONPEtf YOU V.luLl 1 5G rxcuS'f W MOW, LISTEN.
knowing exactly what to do with
I I I'LL POTONY... J 1 COUIPN'T
I Shallow Man themselves, extremely anxious to > MAKB M PRACTICE : VZXTERTHISCAN'T
1'U tSOTO THE I 1 tiP 'bug Af/ND/ TOPAV COACH ? tJ GO ON I '
i, \iJ It is usually the shallow woman find work worth while, and prefer-
THANKSGIVING I JUST LIKE f :I COULDN'T $J.EEP HAVE VOU SEEN
who gets a man out of his depth. ably dangerous, would delight in
each equipping his individual DANCE WITh flEWoMAN( LAST AliGHT-AND 1ZEPkM MY
ma- ONE WHOTHE" 5CO! I "No COFE RULE ?
chine, for the service of the Pacific MY HEAD iicH 5.

Gas Gas JlU, coast and of Uncle Stem, as the ( MOST I 7'SAY- WOI '
nobles in the old in I TOUCHDOWNS "i 4' pog SHE THINK! J' AW-WHAT
days delighted
_, I IS ? TELL IP You HAVE 7
-. _____. E '
each his his -------
equipping regiment or
,
tlJJeTimegtlan'tEat
/ HER SHE'S LUCKVIF TELL HIM COFFEE '
-
for the service of the '
fighting ship, SHE GOES NEVER HURT YOU
J I! ; ;4 ; 4
or SlJeep"The king. It To THE D/WCE t__,_
Two hundred or three hundred -: ;:'c' WITH THE WATER
gas on my stomach was so badI high powered, swift flying ma-
Boy/ JIjjo'I
could not eat or sleep. Even my
heart seemed to hurt. A friend sug- chines, directed by quick and coura- fe?
gested Adlerika. The first dose I took geous American brains, would be '
Brought me relief. Now I eat as I
wish, sleep fine and never felt better." worth more to the safety of the Pa-
-Mrs. Jas. Filler. cific coast than a hundred battle-
" Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and
,
! lower bowels while ordinary laxatives ships. For the fighters that come,

I I act pives on your the lower system bowel a thorough only. Adlerika cleans if they do come, will fly miles above
I
ing. bringing out old, poisonous matter the battleships.
that you would not believe was in your ;
would less less
They
system and that has been causing gas come gaily,
I It pains, sour stomach, nervousness and confidently, if they knew that :
J
headaches for months.
I trained fliers awaited them.
Dr. U. L. Shoub, Ntta York, rtportu
I" "In addition to inteitlnal cleansing, 4d1erikgreatly .-'-,' IfWEU. ',j
reduce bacteria and talon bacilli." '
Give your bowels a REAL cleansing Hideyo Noguchi, who gave his life '
,
'feilj [ one and spoonful see how relieves good GAS you to fight yellow fever in Africa, will ( LL- WE -: : AW- ECAUcE X 7I ... IF iF 'Too FEEL ThAT ,
I and constipation. Leading Druggists. inspire many men. He was born ofa '
\ LoTThFIRT ROE ONE MERZLV I VOUWANTTo WIW..X'LJFPOE
proud, warlike race, intensely self- GAME, IN SPITE TRAINING RULZi HE I iEE ME flNY XMfGHTIISW&1L 3
;: I centered, for 2,000 years a hermit OF-rONY'S WANTED ME To QUIT \ MORE, VOUmy flI '
Purposeless Speed people. The loyalty of a Japanesewas CUgc I 'j
I
I. TOUCHDOWN COFFEE AND SWITCH I BETTER DO AS, -
: Too often we speed to make to family, clan, above all to -/1/MD/ YOOSV WEIZEN'T TO POSTUM I T"HE COACH i't. --j :E'M LickED! ,'.<.
time in order to kill it. the emperor representing his race. N ON THE _- SAID/ I PONT :' PoT1JM ALWIWcI ,.

The rest of the world was nothingto FIELD I WHY '- e TELL HER ,4' : s 'RONS MF OUT

him. DID THE' COACH '/- TO KttP OUT OFTHIS' YER ? ; OF SOUNDS J ', .f.,
Less Monthly DiscomfortMany .r' B0NCYOU r WHEN DIP

women, who formerly suffered Born one generation after Japan I__ ; uErrcoAcHwrt .

from a weak, run-down condition opened her doors to the world, No- FOO-I-ELLIANVWAY
as a result of poor assimila- guchi felt the new spirit of the :: rii. .; ,.'

tion of,food, say they benefited by times. He was loyal to tamily, "

taking CARDUI, a special medicinefor clan, emperor, race; but he was
women. They found It helped to devoted chiefly to all human kind. i'

Increase the appetite and improve From boyhood to the last, through

digestion, thereby bringing them poverty and many perils, he studied :
more strength from their food. how to wipe out disease. He discovered 4 wtA

Naturally there is less discomfortat the germ of yellow fever,
monthly periods when the system developed serums to prevent the

has been strengthened and the various fever or cure it, led in the work

functions restored and regulated. that has driven it out of Americaand C0PE'E.t
Cardui praised by thousands of women,
Is well worth trying. Of course it not will soon put an end to it EgV5
benefited, consult a physician. throughout the world. _ -'
'
Yellow fever killed countless millions OF COURSE, children should never drink coffee.

WNU-7 40-36 of all peoples. Noguchi's skill '30 PAW LATE :' And many grown-ups, too, find that the caffein in

and devotion have saved the livesof :* coffee disagrees with them. If you have headachesor

millions, too many to estimate, { indigestion or can't sleep soundly..try Postum.
THEN.I'VE FELT
I BLACKMANI most his forefathers of them foreigners would have to paid whom I POE WELLUoWI 11FEEL.. \ LIKE MILLION It contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat and --

no 1-0 BE AfCH-c3RIH DOLLARS EVER bran,roasted and slightly sweetened.You .
I STOCKan POULTRY MEDICINES no-folks.attention, calling them hei-min, or ': CUMPIoN 0Ffl4E i: SINCE T SWITCHED may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days

L Are Reliable Noguchi's self-sacrifice to human To POSTUM t you'll love Postum for its own rich, satisfying flavor.

welfare sets an example that is sure Postum comes in two forms-Postum Cereal, the

w :-Blackmail's! Medicated Lick- to be followed. Perhaps, in time, / .; kind you boil, and Instant Postum, made instantly

Q A-Brik most men will see that it is betterto / ; / ; \ in the cup. Either way it is easy to make, delicious,

w Blackman's Stock Powder help one another than to kill or / ; economical, and may prove a real help.A product of

even rob one another. General Foods.F -
w Blackman's Cow Tonic /

iw Blackman's Hog Powder Doctors at Kansas City report / R E E-Let us send you your first week's supply of
Postum/ree/Simply mail coupon. O IBJO.: o. r. CORP
DV Blackman's Poultry Tablets that birth control information so

w Blackman's Poultry Powder much discussed does little good to GENERAL FOODS Battle Creek,Mich. W-A 10-8-88
the poor, and has caused an "alarm- Send me,without obligation,a week's supply of Q Instant .
Highest Quality-Lowett Price ing slump in child bearing among Postum 0 Postum Cereal (check kind you prefer). .,}

Satisfaction Guaranteed or educated families." Name

your mone back That is how reform works, usu Street
ally. But since 90 per cent of human '
BUY FROM YOUR DEALER .Stat-
worth while City:
beings come from
and address.If .
Fill in completely print name
r pOOl families, providence may be you live in Canada address: General Foods.Ltd.,
BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE co.1''I working in its usual mysterious way. Cobourg.Ont.(Offer eipires July 1.1937.)

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1030

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The Clewioton News and our Representative who is owner ot the Dixie Crystal theatre I SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS SUBSCRIPTION ?2.00 A YEAR }
I about to return to Washington for I with $100. I'lIu'ch | i

: I his third term next Wednesday interest has been shown inl I It

Published every Friday in Clewiston,, night. the drawing since tho amount bad I.','-..'- -.=:;' ':''If" :*" .JIN''_''!P.t.,,}. '..ftt". :.r'; -: LII1 h '"

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. ,, grown so large and there was a record -
Inc. : SUPERVISED RECREATION crowd present Tuesday night. \'


REPAIRS BEING MADE I II RALLY I j
I tra-gic AT SAGAMORE COURT
Keathley Bowden, Editor I .X
j I Point; a small boy playing on the I
Under the direction of J. E..
canal banks. A little over a year ago .
,I Beardsley, rental agent for the Sag!, Claude ;
Entered as second class mail mat- there was another similar case near Pepper :
amore Court apartments for the
1, 1927, at the Post ( __ ;
ter February ,I the same spot and the history of the owners, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Troeger,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I ;
Everglades, would, if written in its the apaitments. being repainted, < -
the Act of March 3, 1897. I :
entirety, be filled with many instances reroofed and the interiors repaired I } .:- oAnd :"". .'. ,
this '
week.
where children have lost I
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. their lives in the many canals and Paul Bussey and C. E. Bobbins Hardin / :

Advertising rates on application. ditches. are doing the painting, plasteringand 'I J. Peterson .

carpentry work.Zl2u. ,., "
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recreation in a centrally \
Supervised .
:.:- ;1--'' ,: ,';.. ..
Devoted to the advancement and located spot will do a great ,
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welfare of Clewiston and Hendry deal to offset the dangers of these \ Will I Speak In .-..,;' ; ,
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County. canals and Clewiston is extremely z; ,

fortunate in having such a center '." t.. : >,.'-. .

well on the way to completion. The {". -- LaBelle ::....:>;I''.-;.',
From 1:30 to 4:00 each afternoonfor new community recreation center FLORIDA
the next few days don't complainif will provide a place where the child- I Im J.-: .' i ".' .

you don't get much work out of ren may gather and play and enjoy :: .' 2:00 P. M. f' '. :. '.' :( ;' ."
employees. The World Series is on. good wholesome recreation. It is to .
.I be hoped that adult supervision" will I F : : ::"J_ L!" .
I be provided at all times for if it is .. ;
Construction time will pass rapidly .
Ithe I constant worry of the parent for ,
'
and before we know it we'll be Clewiston .:- .
his child while at play will be decreased : :: Y.., ,:
making trips to Miami in record j I .
time over the new road 26. I, many times after the parkis llJgl .k!""',' .. ... J;:. '. '" ,

completed. : ; : 8:00 P. M. .\ (
[iJ&kI ,,
Frank Tracey is at it again and I FALL WATERMELONSThis .:.. ,
this time we hope that the law of
averages hold good and that he'll week we had the pleasure of' In the
( interest the Slate and
be right. He gives Roosevelt 345 eating a watermelon, grown almost I 111 WStop of ; .
electorial votes to Landon's 171. within a stone's throw of the city iL iLtie
I limits of Clewiston, and as good as + ;
national democratic ticket
Pooh! That's the sound creditedto any melon we ate during the regu-

the locomotive whistles entering lar season. The melons are as largeas .
Miami and the buses will no doubt those of the same variety in June .

perfect a siren which answers and are just as sweet and while we
"phooey!" never heard of growing fall water- Wednesday, Octo 7

melons in this state it seems defin-

county in 1932 gave itely proven that it can be done, and '
Hendry
at the
(Paid Political Adv.)
Roosevelt 683 votes and Hoover successfully.I .

163. We hope that the total vote I melons were grown by W. fEotetVcttteia vaa !w: lf i l1 Y FriotlL W

will be larger this year and that an C. Hooker and, well satisfied with .

larger percentage will vote for his experimental three acres, he is
even _- )/ F"&V :;,;..'-'-., ... '. .... ....
the President. planting additional acreage in mel- S12 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
ons and believes he can grow them
The Giants were better mudders I until Christmas.This FERTILIZERSIncrease
,
-
than the Yanks but it was a differ- is only one instance of what Outside RoomsVith
eat story when the track dried out. can be done if the farmers of the Private Bath your Yields, Improve yeur Quality, and gQt B'Vtr
And what a track their hitters made Prices fur all your Tegetable crops this ,yer.
Glades will experiment a little. Crop
CGOL, CLEAN, QUIBT
out of that base circuit in today's diversification is the first step which INTERNATIONALMUCK

game.If will, we believe, lead eventually to Overlooking Biscayne Bay BRANDS

a year-round crop planting program. "\"\ ill go a long way towards securing the above dQsirQd result
the candidates would get a Two blocks to Shops Theatre and
They have been used around the Lake for many years, with utmost
good jazz orchestra to play at intervals MR. AND MRS. C. E. X ALLPURCHASl Business Section.
satisfaction. Prices are low-Quality always High.
and be sponsored by some : We invite you to place your present and future fertilizer neeii
doughnut-hole manufacturer they -- RATES with us nowf to guard against any increase in prices, and in order .'
might get their crowds to stay with and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall
to help us keep on hand the special mixtures you will Reed.
them all the their radio this week completed negotiationsfor -
way through $1.50 Single Our stocks of Seed, Feed, Insecticides, and farmer supplies
speeches. the purchase of the house' which generally are all the products of well known companies. We invite

was formerly occupied by G. Small. $2.50 Double your inspection of our new location. We shall try to render you
It is difficult to understand howa The purchase was made from J. W. prompt and courteous service, with prices that will merit your con-

man can deliberately turn his backon Scott, of Los Angeles', Calif., whois tinued patronage.
Special Family, Weekly &
his after having been the owners of considerable -
party -once property
Monthly RatesS. CLEWISTON FERTILIZER & SEED CO.W. .
given the highest honor which it is in Clewiston.

possible for, that party to give, the I I D. McCREARY, Proprietor I B.. CATE, Prop.
nomination to the Presidency. By CASH KITE PRIZE Warehouse: A. C. L., formerly operated bj Chas. E. Miner.
I I
doing so we believe that Al Smithis WON BY LARRY NASH '... < .. .. ,
-1 l"-''''''' ""'--rJ'" ::! !' '""' JI" T.1
rapidly headed toward obscurity.:

Larry Nash was the winner of -

. Clewiston will really learn next the cash nite prize Tuesday night

;: Wednesday that there is a general and was presented by Mrs. Davis, .
election in the offing when Claude

Pepper and Congressman Peterson

come here to talk. Either of these J. M. COUSE SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
V i men making a talk would be an
0 event but with both of them on the Counselor and Attorney at Law

r: 1 same program it adds up to some- Hopkins Building

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1936 THE CLEWISTON !NEWS PAGIS! FIVE ii!I
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'":_:":":":":_:";";":_:_:":":":":":' ":": -1": Mrs. B. A. Bourne is convalescingat necticut where Mrs. Linkswiler has V A. Allen received 'notice this members of her bridge club Wednesday ..:";'.I
St. Francis Hospital, Miami been visiting relatives.F. week of his transfer' from the Clew- afternoon with a party at t
i Personal Mention :i: iston sub-office of the U. S. Engi-
;; Beach, after a major operation performed her home. ,1
neers to the engineer office in Mobile -
,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,, ,, on Monday. Dr. Bourne took Deane Duff spent several days Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw was the ,
: : : : : : : : : : : ":":":":":":":":"r-: Ala. He is leaving today for
her to the hospital last Sunday. \ the first of the week in Jacksonvilleon Palm Beach where he will visit Mrs. winner of high score prize, a vase; 'I
and Mrs.
Mrs. Clarence Neilson I
Belle Glade were business. Mrs. Duff accompaniedhim Allen for a short time before going Mis. L. C. Miller was .low and re.
W. B. Granger of : I
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McFarlaneof to Palm Beach and visited her to his new assignment. Mrs. Allen is I
ceived box of talcum .
afternoon. a powder. Mrs. .
visitors here Tuesday I
Cuba, arrived Sat- .
Sagua here mother, 'Mrs. F. E. Bryant until his recuperating in Good Samaritan M. R. Lawler made the lucky cut '
urday and visited until Thursday .
return. I Hospital from a recent operationand and received a relish dish. ,
of with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McLean / will join Mr. Allen as soon. as
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Fort Myers, were business visitors' berg. They have been visiting in the I she is able -to travel. Delicious sandwiches, apple pie ';
here today. States for the past four weeks. Mr.: and Mrs. G. E. gmith entertained a la mode and tea were served by
I with a dinner 'party at their the hostess to Mrs. L. C. Miller, '
Capt and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler home Tuesday evening. Those 'present MKS. I). G. ALSTOX I I Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. C. W. Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford spent anounce the birth of a baby daughter were: Mr, and Mrs. H. J. JB. ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE j I Donald, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. ,
the week-end in Canal Point as the on Tuesday afternoon, September Scharnberg and Mr. and Mrs. Stew- ''R. Hall, Mrs T. B, Shelley, Mrs. s
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole. 29. The baby was born in Con- art McFarlane. I Mrs D. G. Alston entertained the, Thomas and Mrs. Lawler.
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I Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. R. La\v- -
I I lera and Mrs. F. H. Moltz spent _]lti: Ji j1. .h -' : : .':; ::._';' _-.. __ !:Ii :
Monday inVest Palm Beach.

Miss Mignonne St. Martin Js I
spending a two weeks vacation at

points of interest in Cuba. Clewiston Dry Goods Co IncB

Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. H. '#. 0 ,
J. Oglesby were West Palm Beach '" s

visitors Thursday. : STARTS THE SEASON OFF WITH AN ,-

Mrs. H. C. Avant is spending a
few days in Okeechobee with Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Land. > .
1 Economy Festival .
j Jones Bryan left Thursday to
TJ.I spend the remainder of this week in C St

Tampa. S \ .'
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Wednesday for a few days visit in; always quality at .
Tifton, Ga. '

Miss Marjorie Hood was called to >.';i S economical prices, and during the ,past fe,v- weeks we '.
St. Petersburg Wednesday by the : .

illness of a sister. have been ,making plans for the coming season, and

Mr. and Mrs.. F. M. Sathre aiil .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M.. Bradnack spent our' stock is in readiness for the start-off.:
Sunday in West Palm Beach.
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Sidney' Hoover returned Sunday Be sure and make your plans to take advantage
from a ten day vacation visit at Miami : 1

Beach. -.- ol the many bargains during our festival.Laffles' #

i: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberi ....
and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McFar- .... ___ _
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lane spent Sunday in Miami.

Mrs. M. J. Hirs-h returned tho Shoes new fall patterns and styles $1.98
first of the week from a vacation S
visit in West Palm Beach ami with

her daughter in Lake'City. ... .. ,_
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and Mrs. J. E.- Johnson rEturned fi1Nr. .'
Sunday from a two weeks Unbleaelled Sheeting y.d. lOcI
.... vacation in South Carolina and ,
North Florida.
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. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and
daughter Marianne, returned Sun- Men's WORK PANTS' Large Selection 98c
day from heir'vacation spent in At- ,
s
,. lanta. sJr

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Mr. and Mrs.' M. DI Prewitt are
: spending this week in West Palm

!=::;;::"r. ing Beach business.Mr. while.Mr. Prewitt is transact- Y and Boys' Wash Pants 95cY

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and 1Irs.V'. F. Simpson were _.... : ,_ "" .- ....._____ -' ...'" _"""" ........,, ':2"' ... ......,. ,
'.' the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,N
; J. M. Couse in Moore Haven Friday '
night. ] Children's School Dresses 59c

Jay W. Moran had as dinner

guests Wednesday evening Mr. and ...__ ,,,,,,, .
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: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Mr.

and Mrs. Stewart McFarlane.Mrs. Ladies' Rayon Hose: 23cT.O"

A. P. Wynn was operated upon :p ,r
-I Monday in the Arcadia Hospital.She .

is reported to be recovering \9 ""'....... Io. __ ., =- .: ";,..-h.l'.... \ 'Il"--v.P. ..cb'j,2>Z; A'.1';:; =.";';:,il l'" ( t.
nicely.

Mrs. Geo. Terrell-and young son '.' MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 45cr
returned this week from a vacation
of three months duration spent in
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North Florida. lilt' = 7 L1IA!':} -:<.r'''' '=!>:w-z.: ;" .1'o' [ :::;';iill"8""" '''r.;>ojj\.1 :;-J:'' :o& 't.2 a.ttMen's ;

Mrs. Theodore Rice and daughter and TENNIS SHOES 59c
of Moorehead, Minn., were the ,. Boys'
guests of Miss Ulla Jacobsen for a

few hours Wednesday afternoon _, __ _...... ,
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Carawan Nelson, engineer of the P HaltWindow I S
district U. S. Engineer office, arrived Cottage Curtain: Sets 15 C
here :Monday and has been spend- Size
ing the entire week here in the local .J* w
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L. Smith returned Sunday Many other values at CLEWISTON DRY GOODS CO., dur.
from Sarasota where he was confined -
..J bronchitis.Mr. to a. hospital last week with ing the economy festival. Be sure and see one of our large broad-

; side circulars for additional; information on this event. ;-
and Mrs. I''. A. Ray left Wednesday -

which will for be their spent vacation in Atlantic, part City of ;&I It we please you, tell others If there is anything t ::lat does

where Mr. Ray will attend a National -
Safety Congress not, be sure to come back, to us so that "we can make amends.qi .

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Saturday from West Palm I 1
'bI Beach where they had been for sev- Where Meets
.. Quality cconomy'JI
.eral days while Mr. Houser was recuperating -
from a minor operation '

Tommy Jones, of LaBelle, visited I Clewiston Dry Goods COoS'' Inco.
friends here one day the first of the
week. Mr. Jones has been workingfor A \ B.. J. SCHROEDER, MGR.
the U. S. Engineers on the lake \
project for several years and baa v Clewiston Florida
just been transferred to Balitimor
where he will work under E.V', h

Digges, also connected with the 1. __ _
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CHAPTER IXContinued16 that to you. 1 didn't plan to tell you strangely for her, she locked her door. him ; but he had told her she must. DK )

I about my fee ; but I did." She lay upon her bed, undried. She No ; he wouldn't like It, he assuredher

"I'm glad you did." had stripped off her wet dress which ; but they both must do it Thus
"You? What more do you want, 4
"The lightning's brighter. I suppose his coat had covered, but she had he would keep his conscience clear;
Mr. O'Mara? And at this time In the
that means It's nearer. Yes ; there's made no move beyond that. such temporary abstinence was enoughfor

evening? the thunder." He waited for it to rumble She thought how little alien upon virtue In these days.
"It had to be tonight, said Catlial. WNU Service.
away. "I thought today I'd see her his coat had felt. You could noc Prosperity, power, and Impunities !
"What had to be tonight?
forever the wIt- bear They strutted on the ship with their!
: Mrs. Glen- you as you were on upon you any garment of a per-
retired
"Is she-has ,she ,
ness-stand ; and then I thought it wouM son who offended you. How far from wives or the women whom they pre-
eith? I 100,000 Build Road
when I held for ferred to their wives-these men of
be as you were you a offense had been the cover of his coat

"Yes. above. moment. Did you know, for a mo- which the rain had made to cling America new to the millions which With the laying of the last rail
Then he heard her voice from
ment I held you?" upon her! they believed and they boasted they of the new north to south railwayin
"I've not, Mother. Tell him I'm comIng "
China
had there
'"Yes. "made. was completed one

I, "No down.!I" her" mother said, ; and to Ca- "Do you suppose after this,-when Cathal, when she gave his coat back, There was no escape, on the ship, of the largest manpower construction -

thal : "Please, please go away." It lightnings can see your face? had put It on ; and he wore It wet as:> from those people; and none, that jobs of this generation. The

"I want to speak to him, Mother,'' All my life, when It lightnings? It' he drove through the storm to the summer, In Paris; for Americans, as line links Calais, France, and

my last time to see you. I came to never before, possessed the city. Hong Kong, China. An army of
mother and out.
and she went past her
while It was still somewhere city.The 100,000 coolies was employed, and
, "I've'asked him to go'away.." night lightning continued to crash as Beatrice Gleneith had never Intended -

: "I ask him not to." within-within my rIght. God the heat> from the prairies broke In to linger In Paris. She fled to a the railway has been built over

bless that lightning You're still look little quiet village of the Uautes the South Mountains dividing the \lrJ
Pyre-
"I can't have him with you In my the blinding sheets of rain which made
, house," her mother said. ing up at me. I'll always see you so cascades of the streets, but Cathal got nees ; and she and Agnes settled, at provinces of Hunan and Kwang-

Slave you heard what I've said- last, In a tiny Inn few kilometers tung.
"We needn't go In. I'd rather not ; through and scarcely considered how. a
the thunder The biggest task of all was to
' it's-cooler out here," Agnes said. "I through Winnie was waiting for him. from the border of Spain, where no
the line
need to talk to him. Then I'll come "I've beard""I've Throughout that day, as from the first man was in the least like Bobandthe carry across the River
' lived in this world near to noon sunlight shone sharp and Lei. A bridge of 1,280 feet has
/ In. of the trial, she had sat in court ; and
thirty years ; and nothing ever hap- warm, but always there was a breeze been built, its 11 piers consistingof
: "Both of you come In, her mother tonight she had no doubt of the great
851 concrete and 600
Invited unwillingly. pened to me like that when I lifted down from Maladetta or the snowy Oregon
trouble that dwelt within him.
my phone and heard your voice; and summits of Mt. Perdu. < pine piles, brought by boat with
turned. "We'll through
" Agnes go Ills mother, assailed by the heat of
! the house," she yielded, "and out the you asked me to come where you were. There, week after week, mother and the superstructure from Chuchow.
From then, I've been counting the the day, lay in the grateful dark of daughter waited. This bridge has been almost en-

'"" other side. times I might be near: you. I'd go to her room ; and his sister too, when Waited for what? tirely placed in position by man
c Cathal followed her, thus, through
to'revIew evidence twice I midnight once more had made remote power.-Montreal Herald.
/ the house and there was the water you your ; For human nature to change? For
; could do that. And then the trial- the thunder, had dropped to" sleep.
, to reroll themselves For the
r before them. They went to the edge years ?
twice more I'd be with And now "Cathal !I" she called; when at last
:;: of the sand, and were alone with the you. world to fit Its ways again, as once Week's Supply of Postum Free .
times are spent U ere's nothing of he entered, "where were ye? ,
my ;
: -- lake and Deneb. Over the water, heat. happily It had, to the complete ful- Head the offer made by the Postum_
-', you left for me In all the future. Thirty "North.
" lightning was flashing almost incessantly fillment, of, an Individual's decent desIres Company in another part of this pa-
I live in "North seeking her Cathal
I ; : years more or longer may ,
and giving them strange, gar. ? : full week's
"Yes." per. They will send a sup-
this world answering phone, goingto
other and the my Tricie did not deal with such mat-
ish glimpses of each ply of health giving Postum free to
them that call me; but I'll never "It's wet ye are !I" Winnie's thin
shore. The distant thunder became ters through her mind ; her emotions
for It Adv.
who writes -
find again the like of you. We'll be in hand had found his coat-sleeve and anyone
constant. always controlled her. She wanted
the world, both of us, but I may never moved up to his shoulder. "Did she
"Why did you come tonight? Agnes what she had had-her husband's ,de-
again speak to you or see your face.; give ye no shelter?" Avoiding Quarrels
asked Cathal. sire and, devotion, which she had done ,
"
"That needn't be true. "Shelter? said Cathal.He .
Skill in patching quarrels is
"Kow," said Cathal, "I don't know. nothing to lose. I up
"Do you mean that? !seized:; Winnie's hand and
gently never as satisfactory as not hav-
: Awhile ago, I thought I did. I deceived If she had "done" anything which
"Yes. put her off and for once she mIsun-
; would have alienated him ing any.
myself I might do somethingfor deservedly ,
"Oh, God, let me see you! Where'sthe derstood him. "She didn't have ye in I II
you. Of course it was for myself, she might have seen the "Justice" of II I
lightning? Thank God for that Cathal! .
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solely, I came-and wouldn't go away. what had occurred ; but she had not. I
"No, said Agnes, and lowered her Any other-any other, Cathal ; 'twould r
,; "I'm glad you came. There was no Day and night, Tricie relived her
head. "I must In. "
go have been the cruel ruin of
ye.
one here 1 could talk to." married life ,in review.A .
"No, he forbade, and seized her
;. His that. letter arrived week
at
pulses leaped once a regu-
wrist "How much did you mean? CHAPTER X
"I'm with Mother from the husband and PERFECTMMEcliRKCLEANER]
larly
tomorrow ,
leaving ; always,.
How firmly yet gently he held her !
said. on the day one came, Tricie answered
Agnes
Not like Jeb not like Rod ; not like any Agnes and her mother-and Rogna
"Where to?" it. MUFTI SHOE WHITE will notrub off. I II
other man who ever had touched her.
left for New York the
Chicago on I Contains/ngredieirfs of Mufti Home Dry Cleaner
"New York Father's getting us the Bee wrote her mother and her sister
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She quivered In the first cool gustof Century the next day. It was Satur- \\o CLEAN as it Whitens. large Bottles 254
z-' first sailing for France. It's true I'm the breaking( storm. "I've got to day and throughout the morning, once a week, but alternately ; and she
all through In the court?" In." always assumed that they shared her
go Lorrie was the witness-
"That's true," Cathal said. "Can't Indeed, for moments they had been Myrtle .on letters, as indeed they did. You Lose
stand the full of
noon were
you believe it"Andshe'll ?" calling ; papers She had moved her household, to You may defeat an enemy, but

be cleared?" her defense of herself. Mackinac Island for July and August. then you have a bitter foe for life.
Bee and Davis went to the railroad
"Cleared," said Cathal, "by tomor- Davis had been with her most of July,
station but Jeb did not The '
row night, 1 think. I put her on to- appear. but in August he came up only for

morrow morning ; we ought to reach ignominious testimony In regard to week-ends. Jeb had appeared several When You Feel Sluggish

our arguments by noon. By night it'll him, which Agnes had given on the times in his big boat, and always had (Constipated)
serf
be over. She'll be cleared." previous day, had been printed fully stopped. She-and Davis-had gone up Take a dose or two of Black-
not only In Friday's late editions, but Draught Feel fresh for a good
Agnes caught her breath. He heard with Jeb, and several more people,
was prominent in the morning papers. day's work.
4r'' It. "By me?" she gasped In her into Superior for a week.
"You got complete coverage dar- Work seems easier, life pleasanter,
breath's expiration. Agnes lowered the letter and. lay
ling:" Bee assured Agnes. Bee was the when you are really well-free from
"By ," said Cathal. "You turned back in her gayly painted chair
V; you only one able to assume any levity gaz- the bad feelings and dullness often,
a4 ; the case. She, tomorrow, and I-we ing toward Waladetta but regarding, attending constipation.For .
over It. "Not only In the news out
haven't got to win It; we simply have really, her own life on the Illinois nearly a century, Black-
iI in the chatty little social columns
nY. not to lose It now. We'll do that. I shore four thousand miles away. Draught has helped to bring prompt:,
Some one has commented that if thereIs
"I know you will." Plainly she saw herself and them refreshing relief from constipation.
an absolute zero In ways to an Thousands of men and women relyon
"And now," he said, "you don't want all In perspective; her home and the
nounce a broken engagement, possiblyyou it.
us to." + hit on It." i city below it, and the long level sweepof

"It's not that-quite." Agnes gaze i the lake. BLACK-DRAUGHT
At Albany next morning, Agnes
at him and the lit their Back and forth it Jeb jour-
lightning
l; up 1 1iii upon ,
,read, at last, that the jury late In the A GOOD LAXATIVE
r faces. "I want her free. I'm sure I evening had acquitted Myrtle Lorrie neyed in his splendid luxurious ship,

want her not killed not electrocutedor them win-
on the fourth ballot. picking up people, dining ,

even Jailed for life. But I don't. l They saIled-Agnes and her mother ning them, setting them at little tables Silent HypocriteOne

:want her paid." for bridge or to dancing on the deck can be a hypocrite by merely
Beatrice Gleneith and Rogna, their
"Payment of the Insurance to her Is maId-on Wednesday, Bob and several while the ship sailed ; when It stopped. being ,silent.

;; not to be avoided when she's cleared," swimming and diving. Jeb paying for
three
friends seeing them off. The daysin
Cathal said, their faces In the dark, New York with her husband had It all, never tired of It until he returned -

but the Images remained on their to Chicago to make more
difficult for Trlcle
proved even more
retinas. "And out of It comes my fee. money, and more and more. D
than she had anticipated. They stayedat "
How much, have you heard?" the same hotel, of course ; they pre- She might be with him ; but she had o "BIA K LEAF 40

'j "Half," said Agnes. served, outwardly, all appearances. no wish to be. a Keeps Dogs Away from

;-;: "And thinking that," said Cathal.! a 1 f r l lt Tricie mentioned "Cash" but once ; Here was no one, but her mother, Get EvergreensShrubsetcs

:- "you went on for her-and for me. and then not even by the name of whom she well knew. Here were hours your from 'Use 1VTeaspoonful

.' Half I'm to have, I'm told. The opinIon "Cash." Tricie asked-and this was with the sun, and the wind from the Dealer xx per Gallon of Spray.

has even been put In print Well, not until Tuesday: "Bob, is she In mountain passes ; with the tinkle of

s. It's not half, nor near It; but It'll be town?" bells of cattle on the hillsides ; the

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a big fee-if she's cleared. herder's whistle, and sometimes his
Over the Water, HeatLightningWas "No, Bob told his wife. "Not since HeWon'tBe BALD !
?' "For she'll have the money. I'll take Flashing Almost Incessantly. before you came." For he had sent song. But Agnes did not dreamof

a good part of It from her; and some her away on Saturday. Jeb's bis new boat He uses Glover's Mange Medicine

of that I'll keep ; but more I'll pass vants : "Agnes Agnes Miss Cash had not wanted to go without I (TO BE CONTINUED) followed by Glover's

over to the wife that first married Agnes! Miss Gleneith !1" Medicated Soap for the

him-and his daughter. Nobody knows "Let them call," said Cathal fiercely. shampoo If YOUareaBict-
-
: It but you." "Do you care?" Whittling Grows From Mere Pastime or ed with Excessive Baldness Falling Dandruff Hair, a

"Thank you," she said, "for telling "No 've'taken your word on right stop usiogGlover'stodayaodLecpt worrying about it. Start p
Into Distinctively Beautiful Art
me." and wrong against Jeb and my father a it. Sold at all Dntgguts.OrhaveyourBarbergiveyou. .'

"Will It make the night easier for and mother. Maybe I'll be thirty yearsIn Whittling has developed from a mere in his life but his miniatures are unusually Glovei'screatmentregularly. 7Ir;

you? You've done no wrong. Let no the world too. Can you never come pastime Into an art. Today there are true to life. A jackknife and a

one tell you that you've done wrong." to any one, Mr. O'Mara, unless she whittling prize contests and exhibitsIn any kind of wood and a western mas-

The darkness was between them again. calls you?" which the skill of the jackknife terpiece Is the result.

,1 "Myrtle Lorrie shot In self-defense, "Oh, God !1" said Cathal, and. let her sculptors fprm interesting attractions. The kind of whittling which has been

'., and hardly knowing for the Indignity go. One of the jackknife.sculptors whose developed by Herbert Anderson Is far

she'd endured-that she did It For "Agnes Agnes !I" her mother was carvings have attracted a great deal beyond the crude work of the ordinary

;,, weeks he'd tormented and beaten her calling; and the rain- was coming I 01 attention is Herbert Anderson, a whittler who shaves away at a pieceof

I: because she could not bear him love- down.In cowboy who once rode the range In wood merely to kill time.

:, as he'd known love, before he cast great drenching drops It struck. Colorado. The expert jackknIfe sculptor findsan IIO

{ off: her that loved him, and thought Cathal whipped off: his coat to cover During his spare time and at night endless fascination In carving lifelike -

t; he could buy it from another. That her; but they were wet through be- around the campfire "Andy," as he statuettes out of pieces of wood,

r day, he'd found out about Bert, and he fore they gained the shelter of the was familiarly known in his wpunch- of which can be modified to suit
many
[i': was worse than ever before; so his house. Ing days, would take out his jackknife
some practical purpose.
r: wife grabbed his gun to scare him, but "Are you mad, Agnes? Mad?" de- and whittle out figures of the various

1, he came at her, and she pulled and manded her mother."I characters around the camp, Indians The jackknIfe artist knows how to WEALTH AND HEALTHGood

.._ pulled the trigger. She'll tell it on the guess so," Agnes told her. and tough characters were his spe- secure the best results by creating a health and success go toge there Don't

i.:.. stand tomorrow; by night she'll be Never as upon this night had Agnes cialty. sort of a rough-hewn effect, which he handicap furself-get? rid of a sluggish,

free. Twelve men, having heard her,- needed her room for sanctuary. Afterhe Later he gave up being a cowboy and. gets by his Intentional failure to carve acid condition with tasty Milnesia, the

and you-wlll say she shall be 'punIshed had gone, discussion of him with established what he called a "tradingpost" his images with unerring accuracy. original' milk of magnesia in wafer form.

no further. They take the responsibility anyone or the presence of any one- where he spent all his rime carv- Each object Is usually finished off with Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk o/
acids and
Neutralizes gives
not of her mother-was his strange wooden figures. sandpaper, which further heightens the magnesia. you
; you. even unbearable.She ing pleasant elimination. 20c,35c&60c.sizes..
"I take it too. I came tonight to say shut herself in her room, and The ex-cowboy never took a lesson effect of the artistic roughness.





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I This Is to Identifythe Being ContentCONTENTMENT

Forgotten Man

Speaking of vice presidents, how is the result i
OUR COMIC SECTION many readers can recall under discerning the value of !
what President Garett A. Hobart things we have and the con-
was Vice President or Wm. A. ditions that enfold us. If the I
Wheeler, or' Henry Wilson. On evil of the day is sufficient
what tickets did Henry G. Davis thereunto, so is the joy. The {
and Arthur Sewall stand for Vice gladness most worth'having is '
that which is at hand growing
FINNEY OF THE FORCE 022i2S Unio" Errand of Mercy Presidency Few prominent? candidates/ for by today's highway. Pluck it:
I it will be a present delight anda
i ... -AND THE TRUCK ( HELP ME LOAD THIS PORE President ever consented to accept future treasury in memory's .
BE MONl IM TH' BACK' AN' a nomination for Vice Presi- '
WILL ALONG-i'' I storehouse.-Bishop Charles H. ,r.
ANy MINUTE-AS DRONE To TH' NORSEPITLE dent. Among those declining were Brent. ., ,
SOOM AS 1 SEE TAKE A HEAT FROSTRASHUN ,, Charles E. Hughes in 1908, Hiram r.
IT I'LL PuT oN CASE l U Johnson in 1920, and Senator .
CHANCE I Make thy recreation servant ...._.
Borah in 1924 and 1928. Frank O.
HovJ ,
THE ACT- to thy business, lest thou be-
Lowden declined the nominationafter
, ABOUTT2 come a slave to thy recreation. I
'1 1'I 1I I J / Louisville it was Courier-Journal.voted him in 1924.- -Quarles. ', I

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London's Tall BuildingsThe
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British Library of Information -
says that buildings in Londonare
Heavy Date limited to nine stories and 100 ,,:
"Bill has a wide acquaintance." feet in height. There are apparently 5
3ut "Yes, I saw him with her last only nint buildings' in
night." London over eight stories high.
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'F4tLLi' Fair EnoughHis
Lordship-I wish you would 'KEEPS HAIR NEAT .j
A little Moroline rubbed into the hair makes
from back
quit driving the seat! .j
o DIDN'T I TELL Her Ladyship-I will when you combingeasy and keeps hair neatly in place. ':
The lOc size contains 3M time as much as y I
VA IT WOULD quit cooking from the diningroomtable.
the 5c size.Try it today.Demand Moroline. d.g
WORK .

t :::= MOROLIHE ;
\ \ === -- In Spite of All

Father When he proposed,
\ \ didn't you ask him to see me?
Dullest MomentIt
o -oid Daughter-Yes; and he said he
\ 1 is always dullest just before
r c::> had seen you several times, but
---- -- '. that he loved me just the same. I the yawn.
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Oopswha!
The small boy rushed excitedly Miss n.

back into the office of ,the factory
T'Q \ 1 paymaster and sobbed, "Oh, mis- REE LEEF
ter, I've lost my dad's pay and 1
m>' aunt's pay." says: % ;
"Now, now," soothed the man
:. TTi in the window. "Stop talking pig
Latin and I'll see what I can do." CAPUDINE,

m Wutern N.wpep.F Onion relieves
,A Word to the Wise-
"Gosh, you're just like an HEADACHE
icicle!" said the boy friend in
THE FEATHERHEADS e w : First and Last disgust. quicker becauseit's
.-. "Well," she remarked quietly,
PoM'1 KMOW WHY NOW MANY OH, HUSH UP- "if you squeeze an icicle it usually liquid...

YOU WANTA DRAG WELL, STOP MORE ARE NONE OF melts." /

ME (IN WEREACTIN& LIKE yOL! CsQINC THESE FEEL.

I FEEL ,LIKE: I A A LOW OhJE '(O TRy ? QUITE Real Rarity here &uutved"I
RI CsNT Antique Dealer: have a
B HEEL.tJ .-
very rare revolver. Dates from .

the time of the Romans. ;, .. .,Ilh llaFe .I
Prospective Customer-But the
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Romans didn't 'use revolvers.

Antique Dealer I know, sir.
1 That's what makes it so ra e.


Fighting It Down
I II "Hey," shouted a_ grocer to a
1 boy standing near'' an apple bar-
" I rel, "are you trying to take an

t. apple?"
"No," the boy replied, "I'm
trying not to take one.-Phila- Q r o
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f delphia Inquirer.
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i THHFOOT USUALLY S JIT (IS, BUT EVER'/ tVALLOOWALLOOPALLOOi

:t.;:;. NOT: -HE po EVEN Voa IP WANT/IT is- AFTEr DO-AND- 'CIMl= 1 TRy ON \' :,"...'.: 3 DAYSGO

ME ToTHATrt CET SHOESOME 'RE
SHoe
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I: ::.. WOMEN'S WAYS Let Dad Answer Fear

"All right," said the resigned "Did your threat to retire from
father to his curious son"you can office cause any fear?"
ask one more question." "Great fear," answered Senator
" j "Well, Dad, if I were twins, whichone Sorghum. "I have: received many
Jl would I be?" Hartford letters expressing fear that I might FARTUE"BEFORE
Courant. change my mind."

No Stoolin'? Sauce for the Goose YOU NEED A QUARTMake

Grand Pianist (to nieceYousay Father (to Mary after her first
Mrs. Bragg-All men are liars. you like the piano? That's fine, week in school): "Your writing is
Mr. Bragg Have you noticed but why? terrible. I don't see how the teacher Y
how woman is taking man's place Niece Because I can stand on ever reads it."
in the world? the stool and reach the cookie jar! Mary: '"Well, that's all right. I
can't read hers, either-so now
Wrong Product What's in a Name! we're even."
White Friend-So you're a sales- Grocer-If a child were to come
man, now, eh, Sambo? Do you in and say that her mother sent ONE ARM STUFF the "First Quart" test aDrainandrefillwithQuakerSrate.
\QIP Stand behind the product you sell? her for a can of maltreated milk, Q
Sambo-No, sail! Ah sho' don't. what would you give her?
White Friend-Why, Sambo, I'm New Clerk-Why, malted milk, Note the mileage.Prove for your jjfj
surprised at you. You should al- of course, sir.
self that do farther before
you go
. ways stand behind your product. Grocer-Fine! Our last clerk a o
What are you selling? hunted all over the shelves for a you have to add the first quart.
Sambo-Mules. can of whipped cream.
:. The retail price is 35 per quart.

Cut and Slash Knew It All Along Quaker State Oil Refining Company -
Customer (having rough shave) Father: "Your teacher has writ-
I say, barber, have you got ten saying he finds it impossible to '"What makes it jiggle aroundso ,Oil City,Pennsylvania.
another razor? teach you anything." ?"
Barber-Yes, why? Son: "There! I have always said "Hal! ha! It's a spoony couple
Customer-" I want to defend my he was no good.-Stray Stories trying to fish and hold hands at the
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SHIRLEY MOON HAS- I and not a Dictator; for an organization V.Four : I :NOTICE OF ELECTION: I

whose leaders march shoulderto parcels! or tracts of land :
WHEREAS the
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---- Legislature of 1985
(Continued from page 1) shoulder with the rank and file, in Glades and Hendr: Coun- : under the Constitution of 1885 of the I'
SchoolEditor WS did National Commander Mur- ties, Florida, specifically described : State of Florida, did pass two Joint ,r"- I
berta Spicer and June Espenlaub. as in the petition, required : Resolutions proposing amendments to -{
phy and. Mayor LaGuardia; for men the Constitution bf the State of Flor- j"
Following the children's party Mr. for Right of Way for Ca- : ida, and the same were agreed to by a I

........._Ethel Willis; : who can be boys again at 40 and loosahatchee River. P,'eject, : vote of three fifths of nil the mem- /
...._. Moon entertained the following ,
Mrs. : bel's f-/
Moltz and : prank about like youngsters then I II jE H. COACHMAN, end. oth- : I elected to each house; that the : t
Ass't Editor.i'rev'Iyn at dinner: Mr. and I back into line again and keep voters on said Joint Resolution were J
Hare guests snap ers named in the petition, : entered upon their r-.jpective Journals -
Sports Eilitor LeRoy Mrs. J. W. Daughtrey, Misses Eva : in step behind OLD GLORY.I I Respondents. : with the yeas and nays thereon I'j\:
Advisor ....:\1is Dorothy Lockhart Misses Dovie and they did detern.ine and direct it(
and Alene Grantham, I NOTICE TO APPEAR that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted I ;(1''
and Trixie Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED to the electors of the State at I
the General
I Election in November
bert Johnson, 1r. avid: Mrs. Walker READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS: I STATES, TO: I
First Grade Xe\\s- 1936.NOW
Nail, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collier, Mr. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THEREFORE, 1. R. A. GRAY,
opened with an Secretary of State of tin State of Flor-.
The first grade and Mrs Gilbert Johnson, Mr. and OR HAVING LIENS UPON THE ida do hereby give n
enrollment of thirty-two. We hope it Mrs. W. R. Broadrick, Mr. and Mrs.' PROPERTY HEREINAFTER: IN (\'I.IlAL; J11 l C'I'ION

continues to grow. Harry Miner, J. H., Tuck and Mr. THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: will ida on be Tuesday held in each next county succeeding Flor-the

Second Grade News- and Mrs. Bob Bieier of Miami. -: Announcement :- WHEREAS, a pets ion has been first Monday in Noverr,her A. D. 193C
the said Tuesday bein.: the
filed the United States; of Am-
by
Stella Sanson and Zona Horton of TIIIICI DAY OP ItOVEMIIERfor
returned to school Since the closing of the erjca in the District Court of the the ratification or !ejection of the
the second grade United States for the Southern Dis- said Joint Resolutins proposing,
this week, having recovered from il.1tp411Etii7litliiitlmaA7CIpiH6gF{ CHRISTIAN UIARBER SHOP amendments to the onstltution of.
be- trict of Florida, for i he> acquisitionby I the Stale of Florida viz.
sore eyes. Many more are absent condemnation of the easement A JOINT RESOLUTION

cause of sore eyes. Too Late T c;, ClassifyBy T. C. (Shorty) hereinafter set forth in those certain Proposing to Amend Section 3 of the
I Article XIII of the Constitution of
Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- MusgraveIs tracts or parcels of land in Glades the State of Florid, Relating to

Tassel KayI and Hendry Counties, Florida, described Provisions for the Aged, Infirm, and
Brewer.
week Esther
First : Unfortunate
Second week: Shirley Moon. Employed In in said petition, upon pay- Be It Resolved By The Legislature: of

............ ........... ing proper compensation therefor, TUe Mate or Florida:
Fourth Grade Xews-- Turner's Barber Shop required for the project for Caloosa- That Section 3 of Article XIII of the
Constitution of the State of Florida,
Louise Degolyer moved from don't know whether you've ever in Hopkins Building hatchee River and Lake Okeeecho- relating to Provisions for the Aged
I ,
Hooker's Point Friday. experienced anything like havin' bee Drainage Areas being carried on Infirm, and Unfortunate, be and the
by the War Department of the Unit- same is hereby amended, and as am-
in for week'svisit And solicits the of all
\\1illiani Willis has been out of Aunt Minnie drop a patronage ended Is agreed to and shall be sub-
illness. and bring all twelve of her I I ed States Government, in which pe mitted to the electors of the State of
of
school because his former customers. tition the following are named re Florida at the next general electionto
Marilyn Davis celebrated her children, and you've only got tWI spondents: E. H. Coachman and M. be held on the first Tuesday after
extra beds, and the house is small 1 the first Monday in November 1936 for
ninth birthday Monday. I S. Coachman, Paul B. Rankin,,. Trus ratification or rejection; said Section

Fifth Grade Xews- anyhow.If 1 tee, and J. L. Stroud, doing business. 3 of Article XIII as amended, shall

so, then you have, in a miniature -i in the name and style of the "River. rend as follows:
welcome Marianne "Section 3. The respective counties .
We glad to
are .a picture of the situation herein I NORGE REFRIGERATORS side Land Company", Mrs. George I of the State shall provide in the mane -
Jones back to our class. She has the American I I W. Pettee, George L. Pettee, SalliE : ner prescribed by law, for those of the
Cleveland during Furniture and Homo
from Furnishings umuoitants who by of In-
vacation reason
her age
been away on : Jennings, a widow, individually
Legion Convention. :Never: in the ''firmity or misfortune, may have
which she returned this week. I PHILCO RADIOS and as Executrix of the estate oi claims upon the aid and sympathy of

Bijly\ Redelsheimer has been absent history of the nation has such a Lawrence M. Jennings, deceased; R,, society; provided, hot ever the Legis-

from our class since Thursday.We large crowd pounced down on any Household FurnishingsInc. E. Burchard, Laura 0, Buser, Tampa a lature uniform may State-wide by general system law provide for such for

hope he will be back with us city as avalanched all over this fair Hardware Company, J. .J. Pedro,,, benefits and appropriate money there-

I village the past week. If just the Legion Lucille, N. Chapman, a widow, WV. ,. for; but no such general law shall
.
... provide benefits tr any person who
soon.We had come it would been enoughbut I Knott, as Treasurer or the :State shall; not have been a resident of the
of our promotion.
: are proud all the country folks for miles BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, 1 of Florida, J. P. Moore, as Tax Collector State of Florida for a period of five

'If from the fourth to the fifth grade .. .. for Glades County, Florida, years continuously ntxt preceeding his
around joined the party to see the
application therefor, nor shall such
L
last spring. Frank A. Dougherty, as Tax Collect general law provide for benefits to
fun and in consequence, we had a any
;. Fourth Grad I II" I B. MershonAGENT or for Hendry County, Florida, D. person solely on account of age who
mess of jam on our hands that 'even I S. Weeks, as Clerk of the Circuit I has not attained the age of sixty-five
The fourth grade reading class, the best trained housewife couldn't i years; Provided further that where
Court for Glades Florida
County, by any law of the United States, a
::;. taught by Miss Hampton, organizeda find jars enough for. Wm., T. Hull, as Clerk of the Circuit : lesser or different period of residenceage
Club" Monday af- or citizenship shall be fixed in
"Good Citizen's Court for Florida
for I had placeto Hendry County, ,
Fortunately me a
order for the State of Florida to par-
ternoon. The following officers were New York Life Board of Commissioners of Okee-
sleep, havin' arranged for it a I ticipate in any Federal grants that
elected: chobee Flood Control District, Boardof might be made for such purposes, the
u couple of months ago, but it was a
Legislature may prescribe such requirements -
Insurance Commissioners of
Redish. CompanyARCADIA Everglades
'President, Christine as to citizenship and
total loss as far as being useful for I age
Vice President, Sherwood Hall. Drainage District, George M., Hendry residence as will be consistent with
Sue VonMach... slumber purposes were concerned. II FLORIDA Homer G. Hand and Earl C. Smaller and "not in conflict with such Federal
Secretary, Lav.
Nobody in the metropolitan area
and the Board of
as constituting
Schiffli. Approved June 4. 1935.A .
Treasurer Nicky
even tried to sleep for four nights. I Trustees of Caloosahatckee Improve-

The club will meet every two If you are the kind of a person ment District, and R. E. Kurtz, as JOINT RESOLUTION
weeks. Tlie dues are five cents a I NOTICE Trustee for the holders of bonds of J Proposing. an Amendment to Article
who can be annoyed by little Willie VIII of the Constitution of the Stateof

i meeting. beatin' his new drum all over the I Caloosahatchee Improvement Dis- Florida Relative to. Cities and
Our rule for the next two weeksis The following persons, firms, cor- trict; andWHEREAS Counties.
house on Christmas morning, you Be It Resolved By The LecUlntiirc of
going to be kindness.. Kind deeds would have had plenty to worry porations or associations engaged in in and by said peti- The State of Florida

will be .reported at the next meeting any business, profession or occupa- tion and proceedings, petitioner That the following Amendment to
a about 100,000 little Willies, each of tion in Clewiston are requested to Article VIII of the Constitution of
prays for and seeks condemnation, the State of Florida relative to cities
'em with a drum or a horn or a have a City license, on or before
; for the purpose of carrying throughthe and counties to be numbered Section
Fourth Grad< Good Citizen's Club. pocket full of firecrackers. And I October 1, 1936: said project, payment of 10 of said Article VIII be and the
upon
Seventh Gnade Xews-- mean they went to town and stayed Name Amount proper damages in condemnation, of be same submitted is hereby to agreed the electors to and of shall the

; The seventh grade welcomes four there ..for the best part of a solid Alstons, Inc. .._...................... $10.00 the perpetual right, power and priv- State at the General Election to be
week. Alfar Creamery Co. ............ 10.00 ilege to enter and held on the First Tuesday after the 1I
Marjorie and Hattie upon, occupy use : .,
new pupils: Avant, H. C. :....................... 2.00 all of the land hereinafter first Monday in November A. D. 1936
and any or I for ratification or rejection to-wit:
Mae Arnette, Louise Roath Downtown streets swarmed with Bakers Service Station ........ 5.00B. described for the deposit of material Section 10. The Legislature shall

Thelma Ricks. people all night long. Pranksterswere & B. Cash Grocery........... 7.50 excavated in the improvement and have power to establish, alter or abol-

+,' The new pupils in the upper everywhere in evidence, and Beardsley, J. E. ...__....__..__..... 2.50 maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver ish known a Municipal as the City corporation of Key West to, 'extending be-

grades are, Marie Robbins, from the carnival spirit reigned supreme. Burkett, Laura .................... 10.00 or any enlargement thereof, territorially throughout the

Butler Parlor __.......... 2.00 present limits of :Monroe County, in
Palm Beach, ninth grade; Florine But there was nothing vicious aboutit. Beauty and for such other purposes as may the place of any or all county district,

Yarborough,_ from Pahokee, tenth A bit wild perhaps, and some- Cate, J. M. Co. _................... 7.50 be needful in the preservation and municipal and local governments; ,

Parlor ......__ 57.50 boards bodies and officers constitu-
Clewiston Beer ,
New maintenance of the CaloosahatcheeRiver
Elva Alston from times
s grade; and startling, but there was prac-
; tional or statutory, legislative, ex-
Clewiston Dry Goods, Inc. .... 10.00
that the of the
description
Orlean twelfth grade. tally no destruction of propertyand ; ecutive, judicial or administrative,
Clewiston Garden ................ 7.00 property in which said easement is and shall prescribe the jurisdiction,
Junior Cowen who moved to Pa- altogether the crowd both Legionnaires
.' duties and functions of suchmiinirinnl
Clewiston Home Building powers
sought to be taken is as follows:
x hokee: during the summer is missed and'towns folks, was remarkably Association ........................ 7.50 I i corporation--i and its administrative lerislativcexecutive
Parcel 8-GHX shown the judicial
as on
: ; by the tenth grade. The eleventh well behaved. Clewiston Laundry, 'Inc _... 5tOO departments and its boards, bodies and I
plat of a part of the Caloosa-
grade has lost two classmates this Tieing up traffic is a favorite Legion Clewiston Motor Company... 20.00 I officers; to divide th' territory; included -
hatchee River Right of Way in such municipality into subordinate -
year, Frank Ray and Guyell Nelson. pastime, and they certainly dida Clewiston News -................... 5.00 through Hendry County, Flor- districts and to prescribe a just

Frank Ray is attending military beautiful job of it. Cars loaded I Clewiston Inn ......_.............._ 20.00 ida, recorded in Plat Book 2, and reasonable system of taxation for

school in Savannah.The with one behind Couse, J. M ............_........... 5.00 such municipality and districts; and
passengers jammed page 70, of the Public Recordsof to fix the liability of such municipality -
senior class misses Louise the other remained motionless for Clewiston Supply Company 12.50 Hendry County, Florida, less and districts. Bonded and other indebtedness -
existing at the time of the
Bussey Smoak and wishes she were hours. Street-cars, their trolleys off, I Clewiston Telephone Com- parcel 8-GH of Right of Way establishment of such municipality,
pany .......................____.__..... 9.00 for Caloosahatchee River shall be enforceable against
back. Grade twelve welcomes Wil- I were powerless. Now and then some as. only pro-
Clewiston Realty & Develop ,nertv theretofore taxable therefor. The
shown on plat recorded in Plat
liam Johnson, who after a yea s indignant citizen would protest; a ment Corporation .:........ 10.00 Legislature shall, from time to time:
1 Book 2 69 of the Public
I page determine what portion of said municipality -
f absence has come back to graduate. dumb thing to do on such an occas- Criticos, M ........J................. 1.00 Records of Hendry County, is ..a rural area and a home-

Personals-- I sion, and usually resulted in the air Dixie Crystal Theatre ........ 10.00 I Florida. stead in such rural area shall not be

James ,Johnson, Pete Moltz and being removed from his tires or the Dixie Cleaners ...................... 5.00 Parcels 8-IX, 8-HCX and 8-IAX, municipality limited as if may in a exercise city or all town.the pow-Such

Mildred Ward were visitors in Fort water being drained from his radi-' Dixie Linen Supply............. 5.00 as shown on the plat of a ers of a municipal corporation and

Myers Sunday. I ator. Turning in the fire alarm at Espenlaub Garage ............__ 10.00 part of the Caloosahatchee River shall also be recognized as one of the

Ezelle Dr. J. W. ........... .. 5.00 legal political divisions of the State
,
is central -- -- Right of Way through Glades
-. Sandy Bell, Dot Hare, Billie point proved great sport I : with the duties and obligations of a
I First Bank of Clewiston ...... 10.00 County, Florida, recorded in county und shall be entitled to all the
II and got results. A truck driver
Hooker, LeRoy Hare and Christine : sap, : George Apartments _........... 2.50 Plat Book 2, 87, of the powers, rights and privileges, Includ-
Bell attended the football in who thought he was good enough page ing representation in the State Legis-
game Glades Power & Light Co.: ... 50.00
of Public Records of Glades Coun- lature, which would accrue to it if
Pahokee Friday night. I to break through a line dough- : Gulf Oil Corporation of Pa. 10.00 ty, Florida, less Parcels 8-1, it were a county, All property of Mon-

The Christian Endeavor Societymet boys that the whole German Army I Hall, Mrs. H. R: .................. 2.00 8-HC and 8-IA of Right of Way roe County and of the municipality in
said shall vest in such municipal :
Monday night and planned a j couldn't crack, wound up by havin' I Lake Drug Company ._........... 17.50 for Caloosahatchee River, as county corporation when established as

party for next week. All membersare 'his load of grapes dumped at an intersection LaBelle Motor Company .... 10.00 I shown on plat recorded in Plat herein provIded The offices of the

invited. i and distributed gratis to I Lear, Chas. E. ___................. 2.50 Book 2, page 85, of the Public Clerk shall not of the be Circuit abolished Court but and the Sheriff Legislature -

Ethel and Gladys Willis aid the laughing populace. I Oglesby, H. J. ...................... 3/00 Records of Glades County, Florida may prescribe the time when.

I Parker, J. B., Inc. ............ 10.00 and the method by which such offices

Haven Wootsie Warren motored to Moore Florida boys from Ocala marched -I Potter, Dr. ............................ 5.00 I NOW, THEREFORE, you, the shall be be paid filled to such and the officers compensationto and may

Sunday for the ball game. through hotel lobbies and about Railway Express Agency .... 5.00 : above named respondents, and each vest In them additional powers and

Bernice Buthrie spent Saturdayand the Exposition grounds displaying: Rogero, Mrs. E. J. ................ 2.00 I I.I of you, and all other persons con- duties. No consolidated county office with shall another be abol-office -

i Sunday in Arcadia. live baby 'gators stuffed between I Schiffli, Dr. 0: F. .............. 5.00.cerned in or having an interest or ished without or making provision for the

SPORTS hunks of bread. Arriving at the' Slas, A. W. ............................ 2.50 lien upon the above described pro- performance of all State duties now

Under the 'supervision of Coach Florida Exhibit, they gave a lecture Stewart, E. L ........................ 2.50 i perty, are 'hereby notified to be and or performed hereafter by prescribed such county by law officer.to bp

Morrison the Clewiston High School { on Florida that was a darb, using Stewart Packing House ...... 7.50 i appear in said United States Dis- Nothing contained heroin .shall affect
Standard Oil Company....... 10.00 trict Court for the Southern Dis- Section 20 of Article III of the Con-
C expects to have a good season of I la huge map inlaid on the main floor stitution of the State of Florida except -
Service Station... 5.00
Sugarland trict of Florida, at Tampa, Florida,
such provisions therein as
to
the Manor as
athletics. The boys are very enthusiastic jof. House. They first gave Sunrise Cafe ..............__........ 2.50 on the 15th day of October, 1936, relate to regulating the jurisdictionand

about Coach Morrison and the 'gators a bath in Lake Okeecho- I Turner Barber Shop .......:I.... 2.00 :o show what interest or lien you, duties of any class of officers, to

'c;, vre expect to put the name of ,Clew- I bee, then allowed them to crawl about I Turner, H. H. ........................ 5.00 or any of you, have in or to the and summoning petit juries and, to impanelling assessing and grand col-

iston High School in most Florida : the state while the boys kept !I f United States Sugar Corporation above described property, or any 'part lecting taxes for county purposes and

papers this year. Mr. Morrison plans up a clever line of conversation that I I ......................:....... 30.00 thereof, and to show cause, if any to regulating the officers..fees No and law compensation author--

:' to have diamond ball, some football held the crowd and brought many a Veal, Carter .....__..__............... 3.00 you, or any of you, have, why said izing of the county establishing or abolishing of
Western Union TelegraphCo be taken the such Municipal corporation pursuantto
and basketball this laugh. property should not by
t" year. I ..... ..............:....... '5.00 United States of America for the this Section shall become operativeor
: Sore Eyes j America may thank God for the I I Wells & Royal; Grocery :::::::. 7.50: purposes set forth in said petition, effective of the until qualified approved electors by participating a majority --

. In order to prevent an epidemic American Legion, it is the one true '.i, Wells-Royal Lumber Co. .... 10.00 :and this on penalty of you, and each in an election held in said

t of sore eyes, Mr. Herring and thet' democratic organization that touches -' Yarborough, Mr .............-.... 2.50 and all of you, the said respondents, county corporation, but so exists long under as such this municipal Sectionthe

teachers are watching pupils closet every community and cements together II And all others not specifically nam- being barred of all claim and interest l.eJ1it'J\ture: may amend or extend

ly. One morning Dr. Schiffli very the far flung corners of the ed having place of business in the in and to said property. I the law authorizing the same withoutI
'
I referend m to the qualified voters
1, kindly came by the school and Nation. It stands today as the great-!I City of Clewiston. WITNESS the Honorable Alexander I unless the Legislative act providing _

r checked all doubtful cases. Upon est bulwark against all the R. Y. PATTERSON, I Akerman, United States District for such amendment or extension. shall t I ...\.
likewise provide for suchreferendum. .
W'.. his advice many were taken home the jealousies, the "ISMS"'I'I'I Tax Collector, Judge, and the undersigned ApprovedJune 4, 1935.
as Clerk of said District Court,
and asked not to return until their hatred, the greed and the CITY OF CLEWISTON.
at Miami, Florida, this the 31st day The votes cast In compliance with
t. eyes were cleared up. Parents are power that hovers over the so-called No. 98, Sept. 25, 1936. of August 1936. said proposed amendments, and the

,', asked to cooperate by not sending civilized world. An intelligent Na- I I I EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, Clerk canvass thereof,, shall declarations be subjected and to the returns samo

'children to school with sore eyes. tiona\ defense progra.n adequate to I By Ruth J. Rosenond, regulations and restrictions as are

Sore eyes are not only cantagious quard against aggression, backed by IN THE UNITED; STATES DISTRICT Deputy Clerk (SEAL) provided the State by .of law Florid.1N for general electionsin
COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN
but children should do very little the manhood, strength and courage ATTEST A TRUE COPY TESTIMONY WHEREOF.

" reading until the eyes are well. In of the American Legion in this Na- DISTRICT TAMPA OF' DIVISION.FLORIDA. EDWIN R. WILLIAMS, ClerkU. I hand have and hereunto affixed the set Great my

r. the more severe cases Dr. Schiffli tion's greatest assurance of PEACE S. District Court, Seal of the State of Florida
i U. S. Civ. No........ Southern District of Florida.By at Tallahassee, the Capital,
.\ recommends placing a drop of 10% and PROSPERITY. this the 1st day of August,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : Ruth J. Rosemond,
argyrol solution in the Thank God for 'A. D. 1936.
eyes? every an organization
: Deputy Clerk.
I SEAL
I ( )
twp hour. ..- that is, trained to Salute the FLAG Petitioner. ;. Sept. 11-18-25, Oct. 2, 1936. I R. A. GRAXSecretary of State.'






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