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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, NUMBER 39 CLE'VBTONFLORIDA- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1936--- SUBSCRIPTION :$2.00 YEAR ,

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p BIRD COLLECTION TO BE |ALLEN PICKS BEANS I II I
Spoke Wednesday
; PLANS COMPLETED EXHIBITED AT FAIRS I I FROM: PATCH TIllS WEEK: NEW SCHOOL HOUSE { I


r McIntosh, Oct. 8 (FNS).-Three Some of the first produce to be
i FOR CONSTRUCTION hundred and fifty birds, comprising I picked and sold in Clewiston this LISTED IN ;

j the only troupe 'of wild fowl in Am- fall was approximately fifty hampers PROJECTS:1

; SWIMMING POOLClewiston's I erica, selected from the private col- 1 of beans picked and sold by D. OF r
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lection of Davis & Gist Wild Bird I, B. Allen this week.

| Farm of McIntosh, Florida, are this The dry weather during the early ",, j
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new swimming pool, week beginning their tour of exhi- part of the season prevented good 'I The six year program of public ,

which seems almost assured since: bition at state and county fairs to growth and as a consequence the II I works as requested by the National ,;
( be held throughout the southland. fruit was not of highest quality. The I '
the announcement two weeks ago Resources Committee has been pre- ';; ;
Fifty species of wild game birds price at this season of the year too ':'
that the sponsors' donation had been pared by those in charge in the
secured to match WPA funds, was I'from Alaska, Canada, China, Cuba, is field down by fall gardens in the county and will be submitted to the '. JJ

I a step nearer to realization this I Central America, South America, north. The fifty hampers sold for ,approximately -' county planning board immediately.The ::

week when plans were completedand England, Egypt, India, Indo-China, W seventy-five cents each, county Board will pass upon the t,
ready be Mongolia, North America, Norwayand \ r4y. it was reported..
the project made to projects and rush them to the of-
submitted to, the county planning Sweden, comprise a collection ,Several good rains during the past fices of the state planning board in

board. The planning board will prob- never before displayed at a fair. two weeks have helped considerablyin I Tallahassee. They must be in that t

ably pass upon it the first of the Egyptian geese and several pair of sections which have been very office by the fifteenth of this month.
week. Cuban tree ducks are included in dry but did considerable damage in The county planning board will hold :
the collection with Greenwing Teal, sections which were not well drained. -II
The pool will be built to conformto a meeting not later than the morn-
which has a flight speed of 125 miles Many farmers are planting ad-
the standard regulations as set I ing of the fifteenth to pass on the
"'per hour N. l\!. Gist, owner of the ditional acreage at this time includ-: projects. *
out for pools where water meets of
birds, was for more than 18 years ing several in the Clewistcxi town-:
various kinds are held. It will be s At this time only three projects
I in charge of the Bird Island sanctu- site. Milton Crouch planted several
.r forty feet in width by one hundred have been submitted for the approval -
of the National Association' of acres in pepper and egg-plant near
(J/ feet in length and will range in ary of the board, two of them from
Audobon Societies. town this week.
depth from three and a half feet LaBelle and the other from Clewis-

at one end to ten feet at the other e'G' -'----'-' 'I ton." In LaBelle it is requested thata

end. Walls will be of re-Inforced Regular Meeting School New Road Proposed By community house be constructed,

concrete about a foot thick. Provis-i I HON. CLAUDE PEPPER which the city is. sponsoring and

ions have also been made for neces-, ;Board Held In LaBelle ... County Commissioners some additions made to the school

sary diving towers, springboards,I house with the county school boardas
and other things incidental to the sponsors. The school board Is also
outfitting of a well-equipped pool. !!j i The regular monthly meeting of SENATOR PEPPER IS At the regular meeting of the requesting for Clewiston the con-
:!! the Hendry county board of public I Hendry county board'of county commissioners -
! I In addition there will be provided struction of a two story reinforced
instruction was held in the courthouse in LaBelle Tuesday a petition -
concrete structure which be
us-
a small pool, of shallow depth for SPEAKER HERE FOR may
I i(1 i at LaBelle Monday afternoon was presented for a new road
the tiny children. This will also be II ed as a high'school building and will
!'I I at 5:00 with all members answering in Clewiston. The new road would
combine auditorium and
built to standard specifications.. an gymnas-
present at roll call. Superintendent PARTYUnited start at Road 25, run down the east
The exact location of the pooL DEMOCRATIC ium and will be of construction
bank of the Industrial canal and fol-
L. L. Stallings, Acting Superintendent hurricane
has not been definitely 'settled as suitable for use as a shelter -
I I! S. A. Graves and L. O. low the present Hooker's Point roadto
:yet but it is said that it will be lo- T when the necessity arises. It's approximate -
Gravely were also present. its interestion with Road 25 at.
cated near the new recreation center States Senator Claude cost is placed at $60,000.The .
I I The bid of the LaBelle Motor Company the county line. It is proposed that;
now under construction by the ]I (pepper, on a speaking tour of the Clewiston building is plan-
for a new school bus to be usedin the road be made a state road and
Works Progress Administration and state urging support of the Democratic ned to have eight classrooms and
the Fort Denaud district was ac- I given over to the State Road De-,
candidates for public office,
sponsors' donations. I necessary locker and wash rooms. It
"- cepted for $2,232.00. The new bus both national and state, addressed partment for maintenance. Survey I will have an estimated cubic content -
will hare an all-steel body and wilE crews have been at work this week
Senator Pepper Guest Ta i large group of voters here Wednesday I I of 180,000 cubic feet which, it
accomodate 75 to 85 chHdren. making surveys along this route
o'clock and for
night at eight is stated will hold 3,000 people in
As the first appropriation had and other proposed road work in
At Kiwanis Dinner .nearly anhour, his audience was'held case of storm.
the Malcolm W. Bigg, W. C.
city.
been received from the state, approx-i by his superb oratory as he urged
imately $3,000 and enough to pay the voters to vote the Democratic Owen and R. Y. Patterson were nam- As there is no gymnasium, no

Senator Claude Pepper was the all county teachers about seventy- ticket straight through.Mr. ed to blaze the new road. good auditorium and no storm
five percent of a month's salary, the The remainder of the business shelter here at this time and the
guest of honor at the Kiwanis din-
the guest at an.
Pepper was
board transacted at the board meeting as present school house is becomingmore
ner Wednesday evening at the Clew- agreed that it should be dis-
dinner held the Kiwanis
early by and more crowded it is felt
tributed reported by the Hendry County Newsis
iston Inn. The dinner was held at to the teachers immediately. -
Club which concluded in ample time
that this project is urgently neededby
7:00 so that it could be finished in I as follows:
for him to start his talk promptly.The .
0 time for Mr. Pepper to fill his speaking The hiring, of Miss Saundal Wat- The bid of the LaBelle'Motor Com- the city. However, this projectwill
in the streetin
amplifier was set up not have precedence over the
first teacher for the on two trucks for $1,285.50each
engagement to the voters of son as grade pany
I front of Alston's Store and his swimming pool project which is not
Clewiston at eight o'clock., ", Clewiston school :was formally ap- total $2,378, was accepted. An '
Representative E. L. Stewart in- proved, the Clewiston board member, voice carried distinctly for several I allowance of $100'was made on the incorporated in the ,six year pro-
blocks. He was introduced by Repre- gram. Work will be completed in all
troduced Russell Kay, secretary of:1 M. E. VonMach having hired her old truck.
sentative .Elbert L. Stewart who
the State Press Association who is : since the last meeting of the board. The report of Justice Small, of probability on the recreation park
: The sale made a few well-chosen remarks. Clewiston approved.The before the swimming pool Is? started
accompanying Mr.. Pepper on his of 100 old auditoriumeats was
I Striking vigorously at critics of and likewise work on the pool will
tour of the state speaking in behalf which have been replaced with regular bills for current ex-
of the Democratic nominees for new ones in the LaBelle school audi the "New Deal", he called on vot- penses were read and approved.The be completed before the school
I to back, in to the house would be started if approved.
turn
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state and national office. Mr. Kay torium was approved. It was also ers memory sum of $75 was ordered paid I

, I then introduced Mr. Pepper. Attorney agreed: to move twenty benches from dark ,hour when Franklin D. Roose- rm.. account nf.___ Florida Exhibit

i : Jim Clements, of Fort Myers, another "he negro school at LaBelle to the velt took office in March, 1933. It was voted to hire the room Farmers Hold MeetingAt

d I member of the group was also new Harlem colored school in ,Clew-I Then in an eloquent and impressive I formerly known as Poole's Barber
!t'i introduced. iston. talk he vividly portrayed the amazing Shop as an office for Miss M. B. Experiment Station
I ,
There was no time for talks' but There was a discussion of need for achievements of the administration Vertrees, her quarters in the sew-

1 President A. Lawrence remindedMr. state-furnished text books and it was I in meeting and overcoming the I II ing room not being suitable. --

Pepper of having read of his ':lisclosed that for the first time there)I seeming insurmountable obstacles I II Voted clerk's salary at $200 per A group of Clewiston farmers

' singing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"at is no shortage of books in any of I I that confronted us. month. were among those who attended a

! a recent Kiwanis meeting in Orlando the county schools. ',I Of especial interest. to Glades Slot machine petition was rejected most interesting farmer's meetingat

and asked him to repeat the The last Friday in October,was declared :I. county folks was Senator Pepper's on grounds of insufficient names. the Experimental Station in

i,, performance for the Clewiston club. a holiday in order that all assurance of his sincere desire to assist The city road and Fort Denaud Belle Glade Thursday at which some

!' Mr. Pepper consented to do so if teachers .of the county may attend this section and community in road projects were referred to Planning eighty-five farmers of the Lake section

j the Kiwanis members would join in. the Southwest State Teacher's 'Con-I 1 I the matter of securing and maintaining Board. I heard a report on the, experi-

This and other songs were' sung by "erence which will be held in Fort ''|I adequate flood control pro- Voted to ask state comptroller for mental work carried on by the state

the group.. Myers on that date. All teachers are i j tection. $5,000 for road and bridge fund, agricultural experts at the stationfor

The meeting was exceptionallywell expected to attend., The date will be I Touching briefly on the subjectof hargeable to gas tax allocation. the past few years.

attended with Jay W. Moran, October 30.ENTERTAINMENT. I a tariff on ,vegetables Mr. Pep- Voted to adjourn to Wednesday, Among the speakers were Dr.

R. Y. Patterson, E. V. McClellandand per revealed his keen understanding October 14.POSTOFFICE. Robertson, who gave a report on sis

M. E. Morrison as, guests. TO BE GIVEN j] of this problem as it relates to years of experimentation with fertilizers ,

IN SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FRIDAY !] the local growers and promised to CLOSED ON in the muck soil and stated

DR. D. JENKINS WILLIAMS work shoulder to shoulder with SATURDAY AFTERNOONS that best results had been obtainedby
The Judith Clayton the addition of extra amounts of
WILL PREACH SUNDAY Marionettes Congressman Peterson to alleviate ---
of Miami and New York City; will I th'fs handicap. Beginning last Saturday the local potash. Dr. Townsend gave a reporton

A letter received by the News this present an evening's entertainmentat post-office closed and will be closed seed treatments and the diseases-

week from Dr. D. Jenkins1 Williams the Clewiston school auditorium]President! each Saturday afternoon in the future \vhich might be fought with such

from Dousman, Wis., where* he has next Friday, September 16, at 8 o'- I tion, he appealed to his listeners to according to a notice posted in' treatments. M. U. Mounts Palm

been :spending the summer stated clock. "Hansel and Gretel", a three- consider whether or not they wish- the post-office 'lobby by. PostmasterA. Beach county agent spoke on soil

that he expected te arrive in Clew- act play following the" story of the I I| ed to replace the man who bluntly W. Lawrence. conservation and the federal agri-

iston the latter part of this week opera, will be the main feature of 1]I stated "I hate war" and instead of This Saturday afternoon closingis cultural benefit plan and Dr. Lubdell

and to be in the pulpit at the Com- the program. sending your boy to a foreign soil a new ruling by the Post-office spoke on insects,and methods of con-

munity church Sunday evening for A miniature stage will be set up I to protect ,the interest of a few cap- Department granting this privilegeto trol. Dr. Daane, head of the experiment -

the regular services. His theme for j for the troupe of stringed figures, italists, instructed American ships third-class offices. : station was in charge of the

the sermon was given as "The Gos- complete with footlights and cur- and American ,travelers to stay home \ I meeting. _
pel Objective." ,ilains and all necessary stage properties and keep out of foreign entangle-I Among those attending from this

The choir will present several, all in proper scale with the I ments, or the man who openly receives insurance policies today are secure vicinity were: J. E. Beardsley, F. M.

special numbers, among them being! size of the artistic little actors. In I his financial support from whereas they were of extremely Wright' D. W. Beardsley, Otto Larsen -

"How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings,"I addition to the three-act play, there I 1 I munitions manufacturers and those doubtful value on March 3, 1933. and Tom Adair.

an anthem by Wilson and "Some- will also be a number of specialty I I selfish and greedy interests that So impressed were his listenersthat

thing for Thee", with a baritone,' acts, including clowns and trained have amassed immense war profitsin many of them stood in a drizzling Col. Earl North, district engineer

solo by R. N. Smith. The choir also J I animals.. and dancers. An interesting the past and would welcome an- rain which started during his from Jacksonville; his assistant,

this week held the first practice for I''interpretation of an Uncle Remu?* other opportunity to do' so. talk. In closing the Senator' cautioned Capt. K. F. Hertford and M. R.

,' the Christmas cantata, "The World's story, "De Wonderful Tar-Baby" will Answering those who accuse the Democratic voters against the Prothroe, temporarily in charge of

True Light" by Stults. This cantata be offered especially for the pleas- administration of waste and extrav- dangers of indifference or overconfidence the West Palm Beach sub-office of

will be given sometime during'; ure of the large number of adults agence, the Senator"pointed out that as to the out-come of the U. S. Engineers, visited the local of-

Christmas week. There were eighteen .who are invited to, attend the per the bulk of the monies spent have November; election. Republicans fice briefly today in a swing around

present at the first practice. formance.The been for the conservation of' Ameri- ably financed by entrenched greed, the Lake and down the Caloosahatchee -

4QfI Clayton Marionettes have I can lives and American property are 'making a desperate effort to on an inspection trip of federal

EXHIBIT OF :MARINE I played before thousands of children and investments. Federal contributions throw our state Into their column, projects.The .

LIFE GIVEN AT SCHOOL, I, and adults in schools and theatres I I to flood control and forest conservation your party and your lender need you engineers came in from West
throughout Florida and other I to Demo- Palm Beach, 'visited first the revet-
| sec- during the past three and It is up every loyal
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Briggs well.j Hans of the country," according to I years )has resulted In paving lives of crat to help the man who has helped ment work on the east short, then

j known authorities on marine life,,I M. E. VonMach, school board meml citizens and safeguarding their per- you, so don't fail to vote and see the new levee work on the north
will give an interesting and unusual l l : oer, "and have always been enthusiastically sonal property from destruction. that your friends and neighbors do. shore and down the Caloosahatcheeto

: lecture with, moving pictures this af received Monies advanced for the protectionof Following big address here, Sena- the various projects there. Cara-

I tern09n'and.tonight at the Clewistoi;1.1 A nominal admission charge of ten debt burdened homes and farms tor Pepper left for Clewiston where wan Nelson, in charge of the Clew-

High School auditorium. cents for children and twenty-five have served only to protect the vseuyirities hetalked to a large gathering in I iston sub-office during the absenceof
In addition they will have a col.'I.i cents for adults will be made. these properties represent the evening. Thursday night he was Capt. G, E. Linkswiler, H. O, Pet-

lection of several hundred specf.Con'tinued .of;' Proceeds will be used for the' QnJ in consequence we find restored principal speaker: at a county-wide ers and other local engineers accompanied +

( on Page 8) school. athletic fund. usiness confidence, stgcks, bonds, Democratic rally held In Fort Myers. them 6n the trip.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1936 GOT r

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News Review of Current THL>TIC HEERFUL CHERUB 6 I;

:;;. Truth Telling ,I
BRISBANETHIS
its J \
telling is an achieve- herd for.me. to sit,
r TRUTH Events the W ohOverLeague 1 1Ud
7 a mark of strong knit ,r\\\\ 1
mind and character. It requires WEEK ',".:,,

: accurate observation of facts, Or saw up endle.53sterns. !

a reliable memory, a sense of l.. I
justice towards others, and Airplanes at $750 Each of Nations Seats American I
Assembly Ethiopians- I ',
courage to tell the truth to our Perils of Pacifism I
own hurt. So often lying is due The "Man of Calcium" Legion Elects Colmery Commander pane6e idlene.55 ''I
to sheer cowardice. The fight
t is harder for some than for I Improving Human, Breed? Marines Occupy Part of Shanghai.By Just we \Jing< 'littledre.tLTris. '

r others, but those who start the i Fourteen concerns have offered to T\
"- day praying to the God of truth build small airplanes to cost as littleas '(
to make them honest discover, $750. That is EDWARD W. PICKARD- \ri'c:\ It'! )

avia Western Newspaper Union.HAILE _
that more and more they suc- important

ceed in "putting away lying." tion news; the .
SELASSIE couldn't whip ists, communists, or affiliated with
of air
bureau
is to Italians in the Ethiopianwar I, the Third Internationale; the removal 0
You can build no tomorow commerce but the fugitive emperor won i from public relief rolls' of aliens
be congratulatedon
without today's, foundation. the battle of Geneva who have not applied for citizen-
its effort to and put Benito Mussolini's ship; universal application of the WNU Service.

encourage indi- nose out of fingerprinting system, in this coun-

vidual flying. joint. After an exciting try, and an investigation of methods

=F Cowboy Terms The when day is there com- 'debate, the used "in disseminating "subversive Letters on Airplanes
ing "
League of Nations doctrines.
The letter "C" the
preceding
If are one of those who will be more ma-
you voted 39
thought lariat and lasso meant'thesame chines in the air assembly the The legion band championshipwas number on an airplane is used I
to 4; to seat
won by the Musicians' for licensed aircraftnot
commercially
post,
thing have been badly than there are
; you Ethiopian; delega- No. 394, of St. Louis, Mo.; second used solely for governmental
fooled. One is a noun and the automobiles o n
other a verb in the cattle coun- the ground now. tion, now headed ,by place went to Franklin post band of purposes or belonging to states or

try, according to Dan McCarthy, More than 25- the ican emperor's adviser.Amer-The I. Columbus, 0., and third to Musicians' their subdivisions, nor engagedin
Arthur urubane post of Los Angeles. The racing or experimental work or
of Montana, in his, book of ucow1 QQO.OOO airplanesmay were'
?--- boy lingo, rodeo terms, dude sound like exaggeration.But Haile Selassle negative cast by votes Hungary, Commonwealth Edison post drum specially licensed for other pur-
and
bugle corps of Chicago won The letter "N" must
and it sounded like exaggerationsome poses. pre-
ranch jargon, range profanity Austria and Albania all under the
: :,. the drum tournament.
corps cede the'license symbol and ,
'. other Western expressions", pub- years ago when this writer thumb of Italy, and Ecuador. Ethi- num-
1:1::, lished for the benefit of posterity. .published editorials urging citizens opia, Portugal and four other coun- ,Only about nine hundrea survivors ber on licensed aircraft engaged A.,.

:/" ty. A "lariat," according to the not to spread tacks and cut glasson tries refrained from voting. Rather of the Union army were able tp in foreign air commerce and, at

.. author, is a rope often used to roads, to puncture automobiletires surprisingly Great Britain and attend the G. A. R. encampment, the option of the owner, may

:. "lasso" various animals. A because; before long, auto- i:I France espoused the cause of Ethi- and,many believe it will be the last precede it on other licensed air-

,;T. "paint" is a horse "splashed with mobiles would be used by workers opia, though it had been thought tc be held. The aged warriors, craft, provided that aircraft licensed -

; :: several colors".while "rotten log- going to and from work. That pre- they considered the co-operation of headed by Oley Nelson-of Iowa, the for experimental purposes
pl.s. diction came true. national comm9nderbegan their shall not display the letter "N.-
: gin' has nothing to do with a Italy in the league of more impor-
proceedings with a service in Wash- Detroit News.
fr lumber camp. It means "spark- tance than justice to the African
ington cathedral. The route of their
in in the moonlight. Some one preparing a list of ten realm. The heated 'debate was
parade' was six blocks on Pennsylvania -
tE. things that Christians would and closed when Capt. Anthony Eden, -
avenue, the scene of the grand
would not do says: British foreign minister, said:
review of the Union armies before
f 5* AND 10 *JARS wealth"There would be no private "Enough of this nonsense! ,There President: Andrew Johnson seventyone GENUINE
; Jesus denounced great possessions never has been any sufficient groundto
::' TriEIOt SIZE CONTAINS 3Yz TIMES AS MUCH as alien to His gospel, and unseat the Ethiopian delegation." years ago. QUICK ACTING
C. H., Williams Ruhe of Pitts-
AS THE Sc SIZE WHY PAY MORE? fatal to His kingdom. The credentials committee in rec- -
, "There would be no poverty andno the burgh, who ran away from home 72
t ommending action taken said it BAYER ASPIRIN
war, because real Christians applied to the present session only. years ago to join the 'Union army
: MOROllHE when he lad of fifteen
only ,
was a
would
refuse
to
fight. Its report asserted that certain doc-

t In this civilization, if Christians 'umentswhich had been received by today be commandex was um -in-chief mously, and elected Madi-to 1A TABLET /

l.: refused to fight, they would rapidly the members alleged that Ethiopian
son, Wis., was named as the en-
r." A Set-Back diminish in numbers and the Pacific governmental authority has been set

Experience is likely to teach coast would be settled by Asiatics. up in sections ,of Ethiopia not occupied campment city for 1937.

timidity as much as anything. by the Italians. .

K; The founder of Christianity taught Seating of the Ethiopians made it A SSERTIONS made oy William I. Dissolve Bayer Tablets Almost '
Randolph Hearst and other opponents .
that what was due to Caesar shouldbe certain that no Italian delegation
t rendered unto him. would attend this session, and it of the New Deal that the Instantly ,

,. If He were on earth now ,He was believed by many that Mussolini President "passively accepts" the In; 2 seconds by stop
might withdraw' formally from support of the Com- watch a genuine
might say the same of organized BAYER Aspirin tablet
munists have
ouaCap.6rush"Applicator- got
a capital, knowing that it supplies, in the league. It was a victory not w 'r starts to disintegrate
maker"BLACK LEAF/B" only for ,Ethiopia but also for the under Mr. Roosevelt's and go to work.Drop a ---
JUST A ooWUaFaan+Ea our complicated system, the possi- smaller which skin. A state- Bayer Aspirin tablet Into -
DASH IN FEATHERS. bility of steady work. European powers, a glass of water. By
ROOSTS felt that league submission to Italy ment issued through the time it hits the bottom .R\
; OR S PREAD O N Nobody, riot even a clergyman, would be disastrous to their own Stephen IV Early, \ of the gloss it ls'l J

can be positive as to what Christ's his secretary, disintegrating. What
security.Sir JI' in thIs '
happens glass
. commands would be if he returnedin said: r ,; ; happens in
,' Samuel Hoare, first lord of the : ;; your
SelfProclaimingDon't .
this age of flying machines, auto- "My attention has >-: ;} stomach.For .
British admiralty, added to Italian ,
forget that an honest man mobiles schools and the ;itllftJ.
public resentment against Great Britain by been called to a I
never has to proclaim the fact. of too much of almost '' ; '
strange problem British c e r tain notorious '
declaring in London that the
Wi A'f Amazingly Quick Relief
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everytfiing, combined with intended to maintain their suprem- newspaper owner to f4; _.i "
want among many thousands of acy in the Mediterranean and would maKe it' appear tnat Get Genuine Bayer AspirinYou
v- R. Hearst
At Your Best !
families lacking food and the government modernize and consolidate their naval the President passively can now get Genuine BAYER

Free From ConstipationNothing wondering occasionallywhat military and air defenses be- accepts the support of alien ASPIRIN for virtually If a tabletat
to do with millions of bushelsof organizations hostile to the American -
beats a clean system for 4 tween Gibraltar and the Suez ca- any drug store.
health! wheat. nal "in the light of recent experience. form of government.;.
Two full dozen now, in a flat
At the first sign of constipation, "Such articles are conceived in
said would
Malta he
remain -
: pocket tin, for 25/1 Try this new
malice and born of spite.
take purely vegetable BlackDraughtfor political
Before long you may have foot- the first and principal base of ''
prompt relief. ball coaches feeding calcium to the British fleet.in the Mediterranean They are deliberately framed to package. Enjoy'the real 'Bayerarticlenowwithoutthoughtof
Many men and women say that Black- give a false impression, in other price I
their players. You know what we and would be strengthened to
relief. By
Draught brings such refreshing
its cleansing action poisonous effects of call "a man of iron" is really the meet conditions. Work on Cyprusas words to 'frame' the American Do this especially if you want

constipation are driven efficient.out; you soon "man of calcium." a military, naval and air base is people. quick relief from a bad headache,
feel better more
Black-Draught costs less than most The metal calcium in the blood, being hurried to make that island a "The President does not want and neuritis or neuralgia pains. Note
other laxatives. does not welcome the vote illustration above, and remember,
in quantities that do not change, or complement to Malta. Sir Samuel ; or support
BLACK-DRAUGHT that change little, produces a steadi- asserted that the development of of any individual or group tak- BAYER ASPIRIN works fast.

ness of nerve lacking in men witha Italian air power has not endangered -- ing orders from alien sources. And ask for it by its full name-

A GOOD LAXATIVE fluctuating calcium supply.It the British position in the "This simple- fact is. of course, ob BAYER ASPIRIN-not by the

is said that experiments madeon Mediterranean. vious. name"aspirin"alone when you buy.
"The American people will not Get it next time want quickrelief.
Serving Others four young men at an eastern university you
members of the mari- permit their attention to be diverted
showed that in cal- THREE
He best lives who feels the a drop
authorized in from real issues to fake issues
noblest and acts the best.T'Adine. cium brought on "moodiness, depression -
and pessimism." the closing days of the last congresswere which no patriotic, honorable, decent 15C FORA PRA

appointed by President Roose- citizen would purposely inject DOZEN sr
If there is calcium in
content
high
velt. They are: Rear Admiral Henry into American affairs."
the blood serum they are in a "happy A. Wiley, U.S.N. retired; Rear Mr. Hearst, who was in Amster- 2 FULL25c 4 9

cheerful" optimistic, emotional Admiral Harry G. Hamlet, coast dam, promptly replied by cable, '

state. guard; George Landick, Jr., chiefof saying in part: Virtually

'the planning section of the pro- "Let me say that I have not statedat Ic a tablet '
London thinks something shouldbe time whether the President
curement division of the Treasury any
done about "more than 250,000 department.The willingly or unwillingly received the LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS
"
mental defenctives, and steriliza- commission will administerthe support of the Karl Marx Socialists,
tion, on the German plan, is sug-:- -
Citelievei ship subsidy measure act as a the Frankfurter radicals, commu
gested, on condition that the indi- regulatory body in conduct of merchant nists and anarchists, the Tugwell MORNING DISTRESSis

vidual consents. With such a law, marine affairs, and operate bolsheviks, and the Richberg rev due to acid,upset stomach.

NEURALGIC PAIN government sterilization agents generally in the nature of the inter- olutionists which constitute the bulkof MJnesia wafers (the orig-

( ickeLbecauj& would have few customers. state commerce commission. his following."I inal) quickly relieve acid

Under one law suggested, the have simply said and shown stomach and give necessary

liquid..., health minister would order the of two great con- that he does receive the support of elimination. Each wafer
VETERANS of milk
sterilization of "physically ailing World war and the these enemies of the American system equals 4 teaspoonfuls
&60c.
20c.3Sc
of magnesia.
ALREADY DISSOLVEDraC' persons shown to be carriers of Civil war, held their annual conventions of government, and that he has
transmissible disabilities." done his best to deserve the supportof
the American Legion
.___ !,
The world is preparing:: to regu- meeting in Cleveland all such disturbing and destruc-
late and improve the human breed, and the Grand t. tive elements."

as it has long regulated and improved Army of the Republic j :a: -

llrolienOuStart /? breeds of cattle, swine and in Washington.The ": sy.yYA, .. F OUR Chinese gunmen in Shang-

today to relieve the soreness- other creatures; a step in the di- legion elected hai killed one Japanese marine

aid healing-and improve your skin, rection of uniformity that may not Harry W. Colmery.a and wounded two others, and within Be Sure They Properly

the safe medication in be desirable.One lawyer of Topeka, a few minutes a Japanese land- Cleanse the Blood

of the most enlightened edu- Kan., as its national ing party more than 2,000 strong
R l had much of the Hongkew YOUR l kidneys are constantly filter-
cators in America tells teachers and commander and occupied matter from the blood

undergraduates that the important- awarded next year's section of the international. settle- stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in

individual welfare. convention to News ment. The Japanese naval com- their work-do not act as nature in-
York city. Mayor mander declared martial law in tended-fail to remove impurities that

The baby wiggling its arms and La Guardia personally that area and troops stopped buses poison the system when retained. i>
1 S THERE A kicking its legs in the cradle is build- led the Gotham Darry W. and street cars in the search for Then you may suffer nagging backache -

M ing up one more strong baby, for delegation in the big Colmery the slayers. Tanks, armored cars, ,dizziness,scanty or too frequent
I This includedan artillery and machine gun urination,getting up at night,puffiness
delegation light
its own sake, not for the general parade. under the feel miserable -
? nervous, .
t welfare, to which it, nevertheless, impressive display of police and squads poured through the streets -all upset.eyes

contributes. ,The man, concentrating fire department bands, motorcycle- and on into Chapei, the Chinese district Don't delay? Use Dean's Pills.Doan's .

on his career, and on the care squads and mounted officers. that was the scene of furious I are especially( for poorly func-

and education of his children, has In its business sessions the legion. fighting between the Japanese and tioning kidneys. They are recom-

chiefly in mind Kis career, childrenand adopted a resolution asking the the Chinese Nineteenth route armyin mended by grateful users the country
family. But he also is buildingup United States government to withdraw 1932. over. Get them from any druggist.

the general welfare. Each tiny its recognition of soviet Rus- i Because of killings in Hankow and

coral builder worked only for its sia. Other resolutions approved Pakhoi, Japanese marines already j .

own speck of coral, but beautiful. called for a 90 per cent reductionin had been landed in those cities. i I

e a islands are the result.C immigration quotas and deportation 'Transports bearing reiniorsiepir,

King Features Syndicate, Inc. of all aliens who ara anarch arrived from Japan
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Money Destroyed IMPROVED Foreign Words
At
When Uncle Sam's paper money UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL and PhrasesA Good Work ffouseMd % .

i becomes is returned worn to and the badly Treasury soiledit I DO your work wherever you .
L QuetfOMSour .
, where it is destroyed and bright, SUNDAY Lesson votre sante. (F.) To your are, and do it faithfullyand @

new bills issued in its place. If good health. well; and so contentedlythat i
all denominations were thoroughly Beaux esprits. (F.) Men of men will want you one step milk beaten into mayon-

' mixed together before being Bv Dean: REV.of HAROLD the Moody!Bible LVNDQUI8T.Instituteof wit and humor. higher, and will call you up. naise dressing gives it a delicious '

tossed in the macerator each ton Western Newspaper Chicago. Cntoa. Carte blanche. (F.) Fuil pow- When you get there, work so flavor. 1 i

of money destroyed would, contain ers. thoroughly that they will want I II *
& approximately 590,000 onedollarbills Desipere in loco. ('L.) To unbend you still higher. The better you I When buying fish see that the ;

190,000 fives, 130,000 tens, Lesson for October 11 on occasion. work the higher you will be eyes are not' sunken in and ull. ),
60QOO'twenties, 20,000 twos ,and no Est modus in rebus. (L.) Thereis drawn up. Do not force yourself A fresh fish has clear eyes and .'
more than 10,000 fifties and higher BECOMING A CHRISTIAN a limit (to be observed) in all up. That leads to chicanery the flesh is firm to the touch. }

denominations, which proves things. to pretence, to mis *
that the larger denominations do LESSON TEXT-Acts 16:22-34, Philip Far fiasco. (It.) To make a takes, and even to temptationsand If the neck of a bottle.is broken

not wear out so quickly. The plans 3716. failure. crimes.-H. W. Beecher. when opening, tie..a pad of ab-
GOLDEN TEXT-Believe on the Lord Grande (F.) Full
parure. sorbent cotton
and denominations over the top of
twenties fifties larger
,
Jesus,Christ, and thou shalt be saved.-
do not circulate with Acts 16:31. dress. One act of charity will teachus another bottle and pour contents
us:. ';'- nearly as much velocity as the PRIMARY TOPIC-Two Happy Pri Hinc illae lacrumae. (L.) Hence more of the love of God of broken bottle through. Cot-

:, ?: fives and even the tens.- soners. these tears. than a thousand sermons. ton ,will catch pieces of glass as
:::-Y-: ones, JUNIOR TOPIC-Heroes In Prison. Mal'occhio..) The evil eye. liquid is poured through.
, :,;:",, Pathfinder Magazine. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-
i ul \:,-,_" : IC-How May I Become a Christian. C Bell Syndicate.-WNU Seme '
c,, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
:" Merit -How to Become a Christian. LARGE PERCENTAGEOF ,centage of those homes are under-I Hard Game
ii Distinguished FARM HOMES lighted, according to results
://,,:' Distinguished merit will ever The conversion of Lydia and her shown by new, "light meters," Cracked skulls and broken arms 'j,
; I; "," rise to oppression and will draw gracious growth into usefulness as UNDERLIGHTED which register the amount of illumination are,not unusual among players of ,)j

.: ;.! lustre from reproach: The vapors a Christian is in striking contrast at any given point.. "Jai Alai, the Spanish game. Players -
,"/ Yr which gather round the rising sun with the experience that Paul had Sensational discoveries have What about that? have to handle a ball half the

:' and follow him in his course sel- with the demori:possessed damsel been recently made by electrical Manufacturers of high candle- size of a baseball and almost as

dom fail at the close of it to forma (Acts 16:16-18)). A satanic powerof research engineers about the sav- power kerosene and gasoline hard as a golf ball at terrific :

magnificent theatre for his reception divination had made her profit- ing of eyesight through better pressure mantle lamps are doingfor speed. A "softer" game was need-

and to invest with variegated able to ,unscrupulous men. Such electric lighting. Their researches non-electric users what elec- ed for less reckless athletes. So

ti tints and with a softened men have not perished from the have caused rapid changes to be trical engineers have done for the American "soft ball" is being in.

-111.i effulgence the luminary which earth, and'there are still those who made in electric lighting facilities users of electricity. Some of the troduced.

they cannot hide.-Robert Hall. make merchandise of silly and sin- throughout the country. Peopleare new kerosene and gasoline pres- ,

ful women. beginning to realize the valueof sure mantle lamps produce from
Paul commands the demon to priceless eyesight. The rising four to twenty times more light Cars in U. ,S.

come out of her and at once the tide of eye troubles will no' doubt 'than ordinary types. Burning 96 More than 70 per cent of the

; Beware Coughsfrom issue is drawn.I. decrease in the next few years. I per cent air and 4 per cent fuel, world's motor vehicles are owned

Christianity versus Crooked But what's going"to.protect the they give "live," crystal clear and operated in the United States,

common colds Business (Acts 16:22-24). vision of, the people living in the brilliance proved nearest like where motor fuel,is less than one-

As long as the missionaries were 5,000,000 American farm homes daylight of any artificial light, by fourth as costly as in some foreign f.

t' That Hang On at the place of prayer and in the I without electricity? A large per- scientific laboratory tests. countries. ;

home of Lydia they were not dis- I

.... how medicines turbed. But as soon as they
No matter many .
>.OS2 'r" iwrh 3
V' you have tried for your cough,chest touched; the illegitimate gain of these k Jf i '.iw}' r K.,
' cold or bronchial irritation, you can "business" men who were making : 4 tkfrc ,., r:'{.4'a a ft; ;
relief now with Creomulsion. i; .;r.r
. get
;; from the misfortune of the
money '4'vGx i.,4. .
and }r ,
Serious trouble may be brewing :r.:.t.r:;.4: ; 'a.a.
r you cannot afford to take a chance poor damsel, bitter opposition arose. :YYn Yr
[P., with anything less than Creomul Cunningly combining the plea of ?c- : x ,).. ,.,;raair
',' sion, which goes right to the seat false patriotism and antiSemitismwith /r.r ;+4 {
r
t' of the trouble to aid nature to the ever-potent argument that .,....,
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- }N.
business was being hindered, they :,
branes as the germ-laden phlegmIs 'w}"
;/ Is loosened and expelled. raised a hue and cry which resulted ;0; / .. .r> r'

i Even if' other remedies have in the beating and imprison- ri y2 .yr..::,
:':' failed, don't be discouraged, your ment of Paul and Silas (Acts 16:14- .i.y. '
f:: druggist is authorized to guarantee '. g -P ? >r:
: Creomulsion and to refund your 21). : .
We live in another century, but ,' '. 1
r,' money if you are not satisfied with }{{ r{ rL{ .;
!' results from the very' first bottle. men are the same. Let the church I
Get Creomulsion<<: right now. (Ad?.) t x. FOR ,
, and its members only go throughthe dfC }w1vt; :i 'rYYr>. ., ,:? };tr: :?::
motions of formal service and

LoquaciousnessThe present a powerless religious phi- r:4 h X'.'jj4':}:/ R A E rr iT':':

girl who speaks volumes losophy, and the world will applaudand c; i' %

usually ends up on the shelf. possibly support its activities.But .

let' the pungent power:.. of the
1 '" gospel go out through its life and t + ri
E C 0 N
I II >c
<
II. ministry, and deliver devil-possessed 54 ,, t
MYBANKER ADVISED ME TO men and women, let its 'q ra
I
I God-given grace expose the hypoc-
Tel S risy and wickedness of men and

there will soon be opposition. '
"My banker gave me
be eomc told real me advice be carried when a II. Down, but not defeated
v'n. roll of Turns In his (vv. 25, 26).
y pocket all the time. It
t- Just Isn't to bo good bothered business The preachers landed in jail, _
with acid Indigestion beaten, bloody, and chained to the
t since TUMS bare beendiscovered. t e
sd ." stocks. What a disgrace it would

have been if they had come there _
because of their misdeeds. How

ashamed we are when professed time and money and get greater FOR CAR FOR TRUCKS'
I Christian leaders sin and fall into SAVE
by equipping the rear of your
the hands of the law.
But "Blessed are they which are car and truck with a pair of Firestone Ground 4.40/4.50-21 S 8.7030x5H.D.$23.65 .

persecuted for righteousness sake" Grip Tires. They will give you the super. 4.75/5.00-19 9.45
(Matt. '5:10). Little wonder that traction needed to pull through mud and 32, x 6Tru
they forgot their bruises and their unimproved roads and will save you the time, 4.50/4.75-20 9.30 32x6 H. D... 40.5
chains and began to sing and
pray,
trouble and of chains. 5.25/5.50 %%.70
applying
QUICK RELIEF I money
even midnight. 6.00-20..... 8.85

Note that "the prisoners were S. Firestone born and raised 5.25/5.50-18 %%.85
FROM ACID INDIGESTION Harvey was
6.50-20..... 4.40
listening to them. The words we
SOUR STOMACH HEARTBURN farm in Columbiana County Ohio
on a ,
speak, the songs we sing, our every 525/55019 11.25
of busy men and women .... 32.35was
MILLIONS it's wise to carry Turns action, speak either for God or which he has operated ever since 1904. It 7.00.20.

always carrying Turns means from against Him. "Whether thereforeye here on this farm, that Mr. Firestone 5.45.40..... %%.50 7.00-24..... 40.00
several minutes to an hour or more eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye conceived the idea and worked with his tire
quicker relief. When smoking, hasty eat- 525-21.... IL95
ing, rich foods, or "big night" bring on do, do all to the glory of God." engineers in developing, a practical tire for 7.50-20..... 39.0''
gas or heartburn a few Turns will As they pray God speaks, chains 60016..... 3.5
quickly bring scientific, thorough relief. farm use. Mr. Firestone's experience in '
fall away, prison doors open. Men 7.50.24..... 43.35
No harsh alkalies. Non-habit forming. him the realization of the need
lock doors God shakes farming 6.25/6.50.16 6.00
can ; them gave '
And, they're so pleasant to eat just
..._ 54.75
like candy. So handy to carry in pocketor open. for a pneumatic tire with lugs of rubber that 8.25-20. .

Only purse.lOc.Buy..or 3 Turns rolls for at 25c any in drug the handy store. The jailer, cruel and bold when would increase the drawbar pull, roll easier, HEAVY DUTY 8.25-24..... 60.85 j

ECONOMY PACK. Carry Turns! he put them into prison, but now save time, and speed up farm operations on
in is about to kill himself.
FOR.THETUy. .fear, 9.00-20..... 67.50
cars, trucks, tractors and all wheeled farm
TUMS ..[ Nra tro[ But God has better thoughts con- 4.40/4.50-210.90 }
a } SQ\ cerning him. Paul cries out, "Do implements. 9.00-24..... 73.25

TUMS AREANTACID.... ours !.I... N.If,., I thyself no harm" and? he experiences 4.75/5.00-19 %%.75
'
NOT LAXATIVE r h..vv vo tour Firestone engineers are continually .9.75.20..... 88.5
III. Salvation Instead of Suicide working with Mr. Firestone on his farm to 4..50/4.75-20 %%.50 I
'
9.75-24..... 94.50
(vv. 27-34). securegreaterfarmefficiency.Theydeveloped 5.25/5.50-17 3.90

"Last Resource" Thank God for the earthquakesin the Ground Grip Tire which is so designed 10.50-20.02.35

makes ugly itchy our lives which bring us to him.-r. that in soft mud roads it cleans itself and the 5.45/5.50.18 14.15

The jailer, being rightly exercised 10.50-24.3.85.
bars of rubber are so placed that they will not 5.25/5.50 4.95
by God's dealings with him, bump paved roads. The design of this tire
on
PIMPLES
11.25-20.4.45
asks the greatest and most im- 525-20..... 4.40
portant question that can ever is so unusual and its performance so amazing

' DISAPPEARIN come out of the heart of unregenerate that a patent has been granted by the United 60016..... 5.70 11:25-24.52.40:

man-"What must I do to be States Patent Office covering its exclusive
6.00.17... .. 5.90 13.50-24.44.0
3 WEEKS saved? Reader, have asked
\ you features. The secret of the extra traction of
this question? Then too
you, are
readv for the answer. "Rp1ipvr .n.... Firestone Ground Grip Tires is the

"Disagreeable surface pimplesand the "'Lord Jesus Christ and thou scientifically designed rubber lug of the tread FOR IMPLEMENTS FOR TRACTORS

bright red patches broke out shalt be saved." Under this extraordinary super'traction treadare

on face and forehead. They The closing verses of our lesson of Gum
my the placed two extra layers, -Dipped .00-18...... S 8.30 5.0015.0.40cords.
itched and my appearance made present personal testimony of .This is a patented Firestone construction
o me miserable. I tried several Paul that he had surrenderedIV. 6.00'16..... 10.55 55016.... 11.05
feature which makes it possible to weld'this
ointments to avail. Then I All for
no Christ
chased some Cuticura Soap pur and All was but loss to,him(Phil.comparedwith 3:7-14). heavy tread to the Gum-Dipped cord body, 7.50.18..... 4.85 60016..... %%.40

Ointment and in three weeks my what he gained in Christ. We making it one inseparable unit. .50-36...... 4.00 75018..... 17.45
complexion was clear and smooth speak of
surrendering all for
again." (Signed) Miss S. Fortier, Christ, but as a matter of fact Go to your nearest Firestone Tire Dealer OTHER SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY' LOW

959 Worcester Ave., Pasadena, we lose only what is of no real or Implement Dealer or Firestone Auto

Cal. value and make infinite gain. Supply and Service Store today and ask to see
Wonderful relief for pimples, Paul, as all This heavy Super-
are great followersof these moneysaving tires. And when you GUARANTEE _
s:. rashes, itching and burning of eczema Jesus Christ, was a "one'thing" order Traction tread l
a new tractor or implement specify
and other skin and scalp man. All that he had or was or guaranteed not to loosen from the tire body
conditions of external origin when Firestone Ground Grip Tires. ,
hoped to be
every ounce of energy under any conditions and all other parts of

you day.use FREE Cuticura.samples Buy by BOTH writing to and"toward love,the went into his pressing Listen to the Voice of Firestone Monday the tire are fully guaranteed to give i

"Cuticura" Dept. 33 Malden goal unto the prizeof Evenings, over N.-.C.-WEAF Network satisfaction.j .
the high calling of God in Christ
Mass.-Adv. Jesus." cuaeF.T.6a.o.THE .



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AGE FOUR THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1980

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The Clewiston News remember the names of all seven. I in Florida this coming season. not remain, nor will they return, if "!err. --, ;r ", .. i \

The Republicans went to a great I Wto've done our part. The people their contracts with people of that

deal of trouble to secure a group of are coming to Florida this winter in section have been disagreeable: and ,:

in Clewiston, electors whose names all began with annoying. J' j
Published Friday ,
every I
greater numbers than ever before.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the J letter "A" and it is expected Let's prove to the world thatFLORIDA'S 1 ;
Inc. that the party leaders will be somewhat Now it is up to you. We have hospitality and FLOR \

J nonplussed by the action of the aroused interest and created desire IDA'S courtesy match her glorious

Secretary of State.PICKED and no one but you, Mr. and Mrs. natural advantages. Remember, a ,
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Keathley Bowden, Editor Floridian, can close the sale. smile and a friendly word cost nothing -

: A KJAD NIGHT In impressing these good peoploj I but they pay millions in diyiI ,

-- of the Great Lakes area with the dends. i I I

second class mail mat- (Philadelphia Record) charms and advantages of Florida, I Sprayed Beans I
Entered as chose bad night on '
Al Smith a
have talked 'climate" andIIhealthfulness" i
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post which to come out for Landon. He we I Will Give You
told them of thestate's
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under \
picked the night on which President School GJewsI
tropical splendor, glorious
the Act of March 3, 1897. Roosevelt made the most dar- \ Bigger Yields
sunshine, her birds and butterflies, ,-
ing speech of the campaign, accept- her fruits ;and flowers, but above

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. ing every hot potato tossed his way all else we have SOLD YOU. I Editor ........-........_._.Ethel Willis Experience has demonstrated]

Advertising rates on application. by the opposition.He For after all, YOU are the real I Ass't 'Editor ......._Tie\lyn Moltz that the average aero of beans]t I

packed; the night on which Sport Editor ._____
Florida. And by YOU I mean, the LcRoy Hare isprajcdith Snlfocide will yield
Roosevelt admitted responsibilityfor the the wait- Advisor ...Miss Dorothy Lockhart
policeman on corner
and I
advancement as large
Devoted to the spending for relief for a crop as two acres dust-
money in the coffee shop, the butcher -
welfare of Clewiston and HenJry the increase in the national debt, ress edvith Sulfur, as it gives you
the baker and the candle-stick
County. for the deficits about which Smith maker. Each and every individual First Grade: Xe\\s- more successive pickings. If you

has talked most. Floridian, no matter what his posi- The first grade pupils enjoyed I don't believe it-try it!. Then

will "The only way to keep the Gov- tion or station, is a part of the making pumpkins for Hallowe'en.We )-ou'lf realize that no longer can

The boys at the post-office afternoons off ernment out of the red is to keep FLORIDA we have been selling regret that Billy Aspey is absent -I you afford to seed, plant, cultivate -
take their Thursday the people out of the red We had
these folks up here. due to illness. e fertilize and dust two acres
on Saturday, from now on. 1 American
to balance the budget of the -
'
1 How you 'receive them, how you Reading honor roll: ,Carline Bern- to save the spra3'inith Sulfo- ,
people before we could balance
treat them, what,,you do and what er, Mary Ruth Johnson, Betty Ruth tide on only one acre!
credit for one the budget of the Government.
Giants
Give the
I you say, can enhance or detract Em, Lillian Golden, Iris Ivey, Dicky
series to Roosevelt balanced the of
thing. They stretched the budget Commence spraying with Stilfo-
from your investment that served to Schiffli, Bubber Mills, Gladys Jack-
six games in place of the usual four the American people by spendingfor cide 1 to 200, just as your bean
bring them to the state. Every con- son, 'Virginia Turner, Grant Brewer,
that the Yankees play. relief, by spending to stimulate tact a visitor has with a Floridian l I Kim Kolstad, Harold Broaderick, I come through the ground. Keep: _
business, by spending to increase 1
is a contact with FLORIDA from, Estelle RichardsMarjie McCracken, new growth covered and spray especially ,A.
purchasing by spending to
Members of the Kiwanis Club power his or her, viewpoint. % I Billy Maynard and Ruby Ricks. just after picking. Start J
create customers.The .
state that Claude Pepper has a good I A visiting motorist, confused, may Second Grade News- spraying jour tomatoes, peppers .:
voice for singing as well as speechmaking -, night of his Pittsburg address The following pupils made onel*
make a wrong: turn or break some I and egg plants in the seed bed..
get a croon- marked the end of an entire year hundred
He might even minor traffic FLORIDA in spelling this week:
during which, because of increased regulation. The best dealers in Florida sel ,
ers contract on the radio. until tel- Dorothy Mitchell, Peggy Lawler,
to them her
speaks through -
business, increased national income, representative Bledsoe Sulfocidc. It will to in-f F
evision' is perfected. i a traffic officer. How she Jacqueline Louise Thomas, pay; you
increased national prosperity, not a Charles Benbow, Janice Norton, sist on lulling it. Ask: for helpful
is YOU.
speaks to
I single national bank had failed- up Ruth Enrich, Gilbert McLeod, Berk leaflet, "Snlfo i.lc the Bean
A good crowd braved the rain : The officer's shrill whistle blows :
the first such year in fifty-five.
ley Ivey, Bobby Maynard, Pat Bailey, Spray"
Wednesday night x to hear Senator Al Smith at the summit of his and Mr. Tourist, more confused than Louise Prewitt, Harriet Alston, Nan-

Pepper make his talk here for the bitterness, with the grinning du- ever, comes to a halt. It is one oflife's B.
all cy Wright, William McCracken and G. Pratt Company
Democratic nominees. And were darkest moments. FLORIDA'SLAW
Ponts and his smiling old enemy, Fay Lou Mitchell.

agreed that tt was worth getting wet Hearst, nodding approvingly behind in all its majesty approachesthe The second grade is making decorations 30 Church St., New York

to hear. him, picked that anniversary to car. But instead of a surly growl for Hallowe'en in art this

come out for Landon! and a ticket, the officer, with a week.

With the beginning of a new work cheery smile, touches his cap and Third Grado Xe\\s- SULFO CEDE

period next week progress is expected says "You didn't notice the one-way
__, The third grade shelling honor
'to speed on to the new recreation 4L1gOgq40llq4ilqQlldl .44 .._liD sign I guess, but you can turn at roll is as follows: The Bean Spray

center. The WPA doesn't allow ,a the next corner. Can I help you with
Nora Oglesby, Shirley :Moon, David
man to work: too long and for that Too Late To ClassifyBy directions?" (Continued on Page '5)

reason progress has been rather The visitor's face lights up in

slow but the block is looking nice tRussdl Kay gratitude. Here is courtesy, consideration" .-

and it won't take much longer to ,- hospitality. FLORIDA is a ......"" 1- iIiI ___, r"JIJ-'J:7: ::i.,, --.c'" ;; ,

have the park completed and other 144441 4444M4444ii44444444p41 swell guy.

projects started. The warmth of Florida's sunshinecan JUST ARRIVEDTWO
Cleveland: The Great Lakes Exposition -
be chilled by the cold responseof
SOY BEANS will close October '12 and I
an indifferent citizen. The glorious -
those of us who hare spent the song of the mocking-bird can CARS IXTERXATIOX'AL: FERTILIZERS, MUCK AXD SAND..
Considerable interest was aroused

among a number of the farmers of summer here displaying Florida's be stilled _by a sneering remark of I SULPHUR, LIME; MANGANESE, NITRATE OF SODA, ARSEXAITK

this locality this week when an As- wares and contacting prospective a thoughtless clerk or attendant. OF LEAD, BLUESTONE:: PARIS GREEN, ETC.

sociated Press article appeared'in tourists and homeseekers 'will, pack Florida is blessed by Nature with I

the Miami Herald and other state more attractions and' advantagesthan t>EED-WOODRUFF'S IDAHO BEANS, LITTLE MARVEL PEAS,
our sample case and -return to the
papers entitled "Henry Ford Sees y any other state. These have CABBAGE, SQUASH, ETC.

Soybean Joining Farm and Indust- "Land of' Sunshine." brought and will continue to bring I FEED-STOCK AND POULTRY

ry". A most interesting story followed During the Exposition period in millions to our door. But the PERSONALITY -

of the various by-products which, the neighborhood of four, million of Florida, that subtle I HAMPERS AXD SUPPLIES,

may be made from this, well-known' people will have been made Florida- something generates and holds good
cover crop which may be used in the will, is created by the citizens them- CLEWISTGN FERTILIZER & SEED CO.
conscious
from
having
automobile industry at this time and personally selves, from the lowliest to the high II Warehouse: A. C. L., formerly operated bj Chas. E. Miner.

told of a plan of Mr. Ford's wherebythe visited the Florida Exhibit and a est. ',\'. B. CATE, Prop.

beans may be processed for little -I goodly number of these folks will Regardless of the natural charm CLEWISTON FLORIDA

money by the farmers themselves. I journey to our. state this fall and and beauty of a locality, people will ___ ., ,.,, ... ,
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Local interest in the article centered winter.

around the fact that a few months I -
I The tourist season- of 1936-37 .
ago John H. :Doty was sent a quartor I
should prove the greatest in Florida's -
two of three different varieties
history. Every city and town
of soybeans to plant here as an ex-
should feel the effects of our work
periment. The seed same from one I
here. Even those sections that do
of the Ford experimental plants in
not directly benefit from tourist SAVINGS SAFETY, DIVIDENDS
South America and were varieties
travel will nevertheless profit
that had never been heard of here. .
through increased revenue from
He interested J. E. Beardsley in I gas
i tax, racing receipts and other income I
planting the seed "
which though
as their share of the millionsof .. .,' ,
planted under adverse conditions, .
r tourists' dollars that will be left ,, :':-- ';: : ':' '
have grown well with little attention : -: fji/:.": s Record of Dividends of I

Mr. Beardsley states that the ,, '
1'> ; <.-,. : Clewiston Home Association-
amount planted was too small to ,, : ,. : ;, Building

attempt any great amount of ex- I ,' ". d :

perimentation but that next summerhe Babcock for Senate r-- .' '1 RATE RATE

expects to experiment considerably ,'. .
YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
with a larger tract. -r. .

Should the muck soil prove adapt ss 4s .. .
1928- 5.5 1933 6
:
able to the cultivation of the soybeanthe ;
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problem of summer plantings in ., , \ .. ., J 929 ,,"' ,',- -7 J 1934 .,6. ; _
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the Glades will be solved. : '," ,- }. ':::7.i. ':: .
One of the ; = ,
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best leguminous cover ,crops with a : 1.. 't' -" .;.1 ,: J.,
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"c;.<:, ft ,. ,,' .i'
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; 7" ( .
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fruit of commercial value .' ',_ .,, .- T : "*
would do "\' \ o.: : J 93'J' : ; :4 1936 \ ,' -6 :" '
much to .boost summer agriculture I .,ql;, ,;'.:':y '' '; ,:'':r'1.' ::, "' :' ,' .

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, The of ELECTORS nomination FIRST prepared -I > %i .: : :JJij6; : ,, ': -:r"i;;J ;:,2'5A, J -J:,,-X :<:::;:, .;:,.,\ ,{.c 1j; CALL BYTHE' HOMEBUILDING .



by Secretary of State R. A, .
:::;
FIRST
: OFFICE
Gray and submitted to the county ti

commissioners of the various coun- Ytilftif l Invest your savings for: safety and a good : THING .TOMORROW AND I
ties to be
used in
making up ballots
for the general election 'lists the return. Home Building has never paid TALK, THINGS OVER. .-,

Democratic electors for President dividends of less than 4 percent per year. .

first. The commissioners have the In these days of reduced interest
final, say as to how the names goon on savings -

the ballots but if they follow the accounts and reduced returns on other -

certificate ..
prepared by Mr. Gray X. a l forms of investment Home offers .' ": .
it will simplify voting for President Building >:-; :: 1 *i'- ,

considerably in the state of Florirl'i. a the conservative, thrifty investor the investment ':, ,='!.t ';' : .'
While :
the law states that
the
best suited his needs. In '
candidates must be listed alphabet- to

ically on the ballot, the former at- HOWARD CBABCOCK vestigate Clewiston ,Home Building Asso-

torney general, Fred H. Davis ruled

that the names of' Presidential elect- fop U.S. SENATECast J ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON

ors could ,be used as separate groups jour tote for a leader.( Assure -' little as $5.00 per month or as much as
for each party with the names ap- a businelike representation HOME BUILDING 1

pearing alphabetically in each Washington.. Work for $1,000.00. in a lump sum, you'll find a '

gioup. Adhering to this ruling Mr. practical state aid individual Home ,Building adapted to .ASSOCIATIONPHOXES ,
rights program yourrequirements.
Gray is making an effort to simpll- Guarantee jour future, 102-103

fy the Florida ballots so that a vote for : .
may votefor voter I II. C. 1MB!COCK ,
the electors of his Republican 'I : ;
Candidate "
for Senate.
choice merely by remembering one .,
name in the not (Paid Political Adv)
group and ; having ip
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ANN. :N..,:NN. :NMNyH:".N. :H:NNN:-"r:":NNNN. ." :- ness meeting. joyed was marred when Connie I the Moore Haven town team in dia I B. Mershon '

November 20, 8:00 P. 31.- Clark, who was gathering wood 'for I mondball: at Clewiston, Sunday afternoon .]
? Personal Mention Music appreciation. Debate by m'nof the bonfire cut off the end of his
:: at three oclock. A collectionwill AGENT 1
,*, .'t the association, question to be finger. We are all sorry for Connie ,
.. .. .. .. .. ..... be taken to go to the school '
$ x H"X H"H :"H"H xK"XjXMrs. announced later. Social hour. and hope he will soon be backin j.
I New York Life '
school. athletic fund for equipment.
December 18, 3:30 P. M.-
Ddtterer visited
J. B. 'friend I ,
in Canal Point Tuesday. Music appreciation. Carols by St. A meeting of the tenth grade was "Insurance Company f

Margaret's Junior Choir., Reading, held recently and the following officers ; .. ./1;

N. Gallant "The Other Wise Man." Business were elected: LeRoy Hare, ARCADIA, FLORIDA :
Mr. and Mrs. A. were NORGE REFRIGERATORS ,.
.
visitors in Avon Park Sunday. meeting. I president; Billie Hooker, vice-presi-L .t...\
January !.">, 3:30 P. )1.'llusi'c .- dent; Beinice" Guthrie, secretary- Furniture and Home Furnishings .

Mrs H. O. Peters and Mrs. L. C. appreciation. Speaker. Subject treasurer; Owen Winn,' reporter. PHILCO RADIOS I I ," ':
"What is Meant by Good Citi- J. M CSECounselor
" Miller were visitors in West Palm Eleventh Grade News-
I .. zenship?". Business meeting. Household
, Beach Tuesday.Mr. February 19, 8:00 P. 31.- Friday, October 2, grade eleven FurnishingsInc. and Attorney at Law, ,;...

l\lusic'appreciation. Founder's Day elected the following officers: Tre- Hopkins Building \
and Mrs. Fred Jose, of Stuart Social hour. valyn Moltz, president; James Johnson :
program. V Wednesdays and Saturdays ,
I were the guests Sunday of Mr. P.1.. vice-president; Gladys Willis, r
March 19 3:30 -
,
BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, ; \ 0:30 to 4:00
and Jlrs. B. J. Schroeder. Music appreciation. Speaker, Sub- secretary and treasurer; Pat Mc- /

---- ject to be announced. Business Gehee, reporter.
kMr.1; and Mrs. C.' R. Cruze returned meeting. Twelfth Grade Ne\\s-

home Saturday' from a vacation April 10, 3:30; P. )[.- Elva Alston was elected reporterfor jt F. 1f ,- '
visit at Miami Beach. Music. Annual election and re- the twelfth grade. Class officers
I will be elected later.

]Ir. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger ports. Program Committee, Sports SOLICITING YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FORGRAVES

and son, Clark, were visitors: in Miami -
Mrs. Lola R. Robbins, The Clewiston Tigers have been
I '- for several days this week. Mrs. Kay Lawler. doing a great deal of practicing dur-
I ". SO Ao
: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Land and son, EXIIJIHT OFContinued- ing the 'past week, mostly in touch :

Gene, of Okeechobee, spent the football.

I week-end: here with relatives. Coach Morrison is .making class
( from
page 1) V
teams from the ninth, tenth, eleventh Democratic Nominee ForSuperintendent
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mens of antique curios, shells, pet-
Mrs. F. I. Hill left Saturday for a and twelfth grades. We are to ,
rified fish, Indian relics and antiques
month's visit with relatives in Clear- play each other and expect to begin
from many countries of the old
water. world.Of next week. of '.
-- The Junior High School,
I grades V
ffjj DIcl3ride ef I especial interest in their col-
E. L. representative .
from seven through nine,.played the
Y- lection is an old book which was the
the Ely Walker Dry Goods Companyhas South Bay Junior High school team
property of Martin Luther and is over -
business. ,
been here all week on in diamondball. Unfortu-
Thursday
PUblic Instruction
two hundred years old and was
the Clewiston team defeated
nately, was -
printed by the block method
business ; a pairof
Mrs. J. E. Butler was a
of to three.
by a score seven
Palm Beach Mon gloves worn by Queen Victoria and .. ,
visitor in West The Clewiston town team will play .
embroidered by her mother silver I
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r. day. service used by Queen Victoria and __u_ In The General ElectionNOVEMBER
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!. Mr._ and :Mrs. N. C. Storey, of.Miami jewelry given by the queen to her i iI 1 "
children. Many more such curios
I 3d
were here Thursday and Friday ,
', visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner. with their rare marine exhibit is -: Announcement :- I

I ___a expected to draw a good crowd to
the auditorium for the lectures and Since the closing of the
Virgil Lawrence left Tuesday to I Mr.: Graves has served as Assistant Superintendent
-
to see the displays. A small 'admis-
CHRISTIAN
in
f spend his vacation with relatives EjAKIiER SHOP
:, Kansas sion charge will go to help defray for the past twelve months and has .

-- expenses. T. C. (Shorty) II
,.. Mrs. R. H. Rowan and son, ef 4 rendered efficient and courteous service.

'. Jacksonville, spent the week-end I SCHOOL NEWS MusgraveIs
; ', here with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith. I
f{ Employed In Successful Experience Is Your Safeguard

(Continued from Page 4) '
Turner's Barber Shop
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, of Miami, Belcher, Mamie Johnson. If Against Doubtful Promises.
in _Hopkins BuildingAnd
.. spent Thursd"a) here with her daughter Fourth Grade Ne s-

;: Mrs, G. E.. Et-herton and Mr. LaDeen Peters returned to :school solicits. the patr nage of all I I (Paid ,For By Friends of S. A. Graves)
Etherton. Monday after being on a vacation.
e
:fcis!. former easterners. .
;' 1 Fourth Grade News-
1/r. and Mrs. H. C. KolsUd ana Fourth grade spelling honor roll I '} r(

Mr. an* Mrs. & L' Downs attended I Louise Blount, Elsie Bembry, Sher-

a show in Belle Glade Sunday afterIfOOL. f wood Hall, Betty McDuffie, Nicky

; Schiffli, Christine --Redish, Willie

Smith, Sue VonMach, William Wil-
!
I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and lis, Pallie Joe 'Dickinson.

Miss Saundal Watson and L. C.. Stur1gis Fifth Grade :News-

were visitors in West Palm Herbert Busbin, who was here last

.",_ Beach Sunday. V V year day., entered the 'fifth grade Mon L1ILwAWL: r


:p ,'" :Mrs G. B. Rackstraw, 1\11'5.1\1. S. Lawrence Guthrie was out. of % J
'., A
f: '. '. Ludekens, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and school two days last week because of : Vib

:. ', Mrs. W. F., Simpson were visitors j jit in sore eyes. -

.. ;. West. Palm Beach Monday. Fifth grade spelling honor roll t
:/ .1 I\
:. --- for week:

'>: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Laurence Guthrie, Phyllis Mc-

rr" Mr. and Mrs. Iveathley Bowden at- | Leod, Billy Redelsheimer, Herbert '

::: ,:;' tended the golden wedding anniv r-I Busbin, Barbara Broadfoot, Marilyn

If,:;.. sary party for Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Prewitt.

'x,', ;..',,' Settle in Moore 'Haven Tuesday. Sixth Grade Xeus-

We, the sixth grade, are proud to
\ Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Babcock and announce
that our class enrollment
,,; mother, Mrs. Sternhouse, of Wau-
' has increased two since the openingof
't",: kegon, Wis., spent Sunday here as
school. Our new members are Al-
the guests:of 1and Mrs. O. H.
:V
V, Busbin
'" bert and Raymond Maynard.We .
;: Roberts. "
Y;' are glad to have them with us.
:
" VV;, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters returned Our total enrollment now is twenty-

: ed Sunday from a month's vacation two. _
t:: .., spent with relatives at Halsted. Eighth Grade Ne s-

'..', Kansas, and other points in the mid- Soon the eighth grade will begin

west. They also attended the Texas their study of the Civil War. Dick ,.,'
Owen, our poet, decided to -,'
Centennial in Dallas while away. give us \ '
the history of the war in poetry. We

Mrs. Albert Brewer and Miss Lucy liked the poem very much and decided ::4
Ballard went to West Palm Beach to let you read it. ",1 AZ
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V Tuesday to meet Mrs. Brewer's Civil War

brother, Arthur Collins, who has On a wintry day, in '61, .

been visiting his parents in New Firing started, 'and a war began. ......'

York for the past several months. Fort Sumter surrendered with honors .. -1

',', Mr. and Mrs. Brewer and children of war,
I
spent three months with them in Thus the Union was together no "
; SEE 'YOUR FORD DEALER &bri
New York and with other relatives in more. aj aN ... .

':.' Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia I'JA I secession of states had ,started, ': .- '::.r.
:
, in the spring, returning to Clcwiston Now, nearly all'the South has parted. V' :: ; Here is your chance to get a fine used car or truck-any make .

; in July. The wanted slavery to a great extent V. ..:: : model-at the of
I ; r or special prices the Nation-Wide Ford: Dealers',

:.,',: Mt;. AM MRS. SIAS AlEESTEtt'rAINED I I Since (was a southerner, 1 too, went. :: October Clearance Sale.

. i TUESDAY The battles begiLn. ,Oh such a firing! ,'} ,|You owe it to yourself to' see the amazing vrJues yoiir Ford

I j I But the southern states, they were ,'.,' dealer
is
this
: offering during October clearance sale. Come
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias were I, tiring great

. honored with a party given by Mr. i Sherman marched down- to sea, : '. early and get your pick. Remember that every R & G used car and

and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence at their !1 Then the surrender General Lee! '7'; J truck is backed by an absolute money-back guarantee-and the only
home Tuesday evening, the occasion The war had ended, the slaves'' were .
being "their wedding anniversary. I free ... place you can get a R & G used car or truck is from your Ford

Monopoly was played during the But something happened to dear dealer. Your present car may more than cover the down-payment.
evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Abie.
I I Lowest prices terms. Don't miss this Nation-Wide October
winning high score and Mrs. Foy He was shot in the head at Ford's easy

Durrence low. Mrs. Sias was presented -I Theatre. Clearance Sale of Ford Dealers' Used Cars and Trucks. You will

with a baking dish. It was caused by a Lincoln hater. save money and get a genuine bargain in a fine used, car or truck, if V
Those enjoying the occasion were John Wjlkes Booth was his name, .
A Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and I believe, you :will see_ your: ;Ford dealer, today. _

:,Qt Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mr. and Mrs. Tho' it ended, the nation to grieve

I": '- Fey Durrence.PARENTTEACHERS. We won't forget the blue and the
.
': V grey -
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: I ASS'N Who had to fight four years startingon
?j:,.: V Calendar liao-UJ7 that day. GyV I A WRITTEN

ff-, Tenth Grade Newt,- r 10 EY- ACK GUARANTEE

i'i..'. Theme of, program: "Training for Those from the tenth grade at-
Citizenship", tending the Christian Endeavor '('WITH EVERY .

t.-, October 10, 3:30 P. M.- weiner
roast 'were: Christine Bell,
-r-3 !J3ED CAR OR TRUCK
Music Appreciation. Billie Hooker"
: Discussion, Bernice Guthrie, "
"What Should a Parent Expect from Owen Winn, LeRoy Hare, Bill Owen,
the School "What Should the and Francis: Wright. j

School Expect from a Parent?". Bu'si- The good time that was being en- "'
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THE! CHEERFUL! CHERU5 6) ::1

B

im off to find a. !

desert island now, 3"\"


Dragons Drive You Until not I return find it, -I sht.ll I '".1))II


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A pK.ce. vhere.; those '

who study violin

: : By EDWIN BALMER : : Will have. to o

t..T\d sttyuntil

WNU Service they
Copyright by Edwin Balmer

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XContinued'17 see him stepping from the car slowlybut he refused to take the position which been paid for months. The garage

CHAPTER unwaveringly, with lips pressed his father-in-law patently made for men would not carry slow accounts, 0

tight. and white; with his eyes lookingat him in his office. and so Gene had got rid, of his car.

.- She lifted her hand with the letter. his wife, who could not help con- Jeb was still doing splendidly. The Joy was walking from the market.

"Jeb has not, sister, quit his claimon trasting him on this day of his public Insull "equities" were still quoted She had had no servant since Christ WNU Service.

you," Bee's handwriting assured. failure with Jeb Braddon, whom all high. Jeb had proved himself much,

ki 'That is not J. E. Braddon.. He doe he people more than ever praised and admired much wiser than other men ; he pros- mas.Bee asked her to lunch ; and Joy got
much but
not speak about you ; pered In the panic; and Davis could Into the car casually enough, and as
f' of when you're Passenger Pigeon
does lot listening,
a time Bee would be-Agnes knew ,that she not bear the thought of him. Yet he they drove, she referred easily to her
mentioned. He's giving you" had been-"good" to Davis that night. had ,to see Jeb at the house. I children, who were being sent to the Every species or subdivision of

to get yourself straightened out. ? Never would she have blamed or reproached Bob Gleneith was the one who, usually public school; they took their lunch a species of domestic pigeon to be

J Suppose she married Cathal O'Mara him ; she would have been invited him. Gleneith had liked with them to save the two-mile' walk found in our country today had

: What did it mean that as she lay in sorry for him, and shown It. But that him best of Agnes' friends, and now two extra times a day. Joy was older its origin in some European or

the late afternoon shadow, she so was what, last, of all, Davis desired ; he was doing business with Jeb ; for I than Bee, and her girl was ten, and Asiatic country, according to an
with the ?
much fancy
as played he could have borne reproach better Bob badly needed some new financ- the boy eight.It authority in the Rural New-
("And now my times with you are than pity. Agnes wished she could Yorker. North America, did, how-
for ing which Jeb had proved able to ar- was when Bee and her guest
left
of
spent; there's nothing you have been there to prevent Bee's pity- ever, have a truly representative
be in the range. Jeb liked to come to the house. were at the luncheon-table, with Bobby
We'll
in all the future.
me Ing him; to show him something like Not infrequently, therefore, four sat and Davy between them, that Joy sud- American pigeon, the Passenger "
world, both of us, but I may never '
wild t
pigeon
-admiration.She a pigeon whose nat.'f
broke down.
denly
down at the
dInner-table-Father
: In
to or see face. ) .
again speak you your
ural habitat )
did not believe that she could wus the entire continent -
his Cravath had just served her and
. stirred and twisted a little. own place, the Dark One In her
Agnes This
She wanted to be in the world with have felt for him 'admiration ; but she mother's place, Davis on one side, Jeb Bee, and he had laid before the little particular Americanbird
Cathal O'Mara. could have feigned something to satisfy on the other. boys exactly, what they ought to have, would be with us today, hadit
him ; she knew how Davis had needed when not been for the unmerciful
Cravath still served the table; but Joy dropped her fork, which she
some ,word of praise that night. had lifted to her slaughter of it by those whose on-
lips.
; They traveled slowly through Pro- the house staff had been cut In two.
waited for her mother to finish ly thought was the making of
Agnes "I can't eat! How can I eat? How
vence, into northern Italy in the au So there sat Davis at the table silently which
the letter. can I put this food In my mouth when "easy money, brought
tumn, on to Interlaken below the Jung- between his wife whom he no about its extinction.
ly- frau, and reached Paris, at last In "We ought to be home, Mother." longer supported, and her father who my children-my children are hungry?"
"Yes But how can I go?" Bee Jumped and caught her In
November; and there they were when lodged and boarded them both, and up

the crash came, and the cafes and "Why not?" who paid even the nursemaid; and opposite her arms.
the counting-houses alike-the Cafe "I will return, I told your father," sat Jeb Braddon, whose opinions "No No !i" Joy cried "I can't eat!

branch her mother,said, "when he asks me to. I sent my girl and boy to school
?}:- de la Paix and the American constantly were asked, and given,
#, banks on the Place de la Concordeand I must wait until he does so." when expressed, the respect and authority again with bread with a little butter

Boulevard Hausmannbecameplaces of success. spread on It! All I had In the house I

of panic.To CHAPTER XI "' Davis, sometimes, could scarcely eat. That's all they've had for days in their I

the crowded hotels of the Rue At night, after Jeb had gone, Davis. lunch-boxes And oatmeal'at

v:,. de Rivoli and about the Etoile the Bee gave up her home the week be- did not sleep. He lay alone In a room home. That's a box of oatmeal I left

cables carried to Americans only mes- fore Christmas. which had been a guest-chamber next In your car; all we'll have tonight and

sages of catastrophe. "Millionaires" "Not before Christmas 1 1"! Davis pro- to the room which had been and now tomorrow. And my Sally said to

, overnight became penniless, or worse. tested to her.. again was Bee's, and wherein she slept me this morning: 'Don't mind .

Little slips of paper told them : "All "What would Christmas be to us in once more in her own bed. don't mind, Mother. Nobody knows.'

you had Is gone; and you owe more." the house, under the circumstances Some nights he never got up to dIs- You see, Bee, they go off by them-

A few words on a cablegram slip- Bee retorted. "And the boys are too turb her; but often he could not keep selves to eat-Sally and Gene-so

.'=_ less than a score of syllables, some- little to know. Let's get it off our himself from entering her room and nobody does know, from them. And r .
,
they eat the oatmeal morning and
.. times-and a man who last week strut- hands. waking her. little regain lost weight is a simple
such
night at home! They're
ted and boasted that he was worth six "Oh, God I" breathed Davis, and Or did he wake her? Had she always matter when certain bodily functions

)r> millions shut himself alone In his ten- held her to him.Technically been asleep? sports !I" are restored to normal. Of fore

\, room suite at the hotel, and shot him- Bee could have kept the "Bee." Bee made the mistake, that night, most importance is the stimulation of

f L.r. house; It was in her name, and her "Oh You! What Is It?" of' letting Davis learn of this. She digestive juices in the stomach make

.' self.What had changed? What curse father offered her a monthly allow- "Do you love me?" would not have told him, but she had better use of the food you eat. .and

" V caused this incredible calamity that ance large enough to pay groceryand "Love you? What more can I to explain two circumstancesBobby's restoration of lowered redbloodcellsto .
report to his father that a big turn the digested food into firm
do to show it?
spared no one?
'' lady cried at lunch-time, and the fur- flesh. S.S.S. Tonic does just this.
t "By God, Bee, I'm going to
! The Gleneiths, mother and daughter support worries
ther fact that Bee was without ten Forget about underweight
moved groups'utterly con- ii you. At least support you ."
among if deficient in stomach digestive -
dollars, which was to have served her you are
fused. Beatrice had cable from her
a and
redbloodcells..justtake
juices
week for she had
for the the
rest of
;
- husband In Chicago: "All right enough In March, Davis got his Job ; and as S.S.S. Tonic immediately before
made take It.
; V with us. Don't worry." before, he acted without consulting Joy each meal. Shortly you will be delighted -
She either his father-in-law or Jeb about Bee herself did not sleep too well with the way you will feel .
was not dependant, as many
about her remit- it. He borrowed, ten thousand dollarson that night. She heard Davis walking your friends will compliment you on
were, upon monthly
'. his insurance, and formed a about ; he came into her room and bent the way you will look.
tances' from home, or upon renewals
: new partnership with Ken Remble. over her."Hello. S.S.S.Tonic is especially designed to
of letter of credit. Bob had
: a
" pro- ," said Bee, and put up a hanJ
vided generously in advance. Business was looking up fc while ; build sturdy health..its remarkable
many leaders believed and proclaimedthat which he clasped so tight he hurt her: ;. value is time tried and scientifically

Some wives, in her situation, were Yn the worst was past and prosper- but she let him. proven. .that's why it makes you feel

however cashing their letters of credit ity restored. But within two months "I've been looking at our boys," he like yourself again. Available at any
and cabling the proceeds home. So as- +f said."They're, drug store. 9 S.S.S.Co.
more some of them who had backed
tonishingly had the situation'reversed "
their beliefs had shot themselves while all right, Davy.

',. Itself! todKS / 1 "cleaning" revolvers, died of monoxidegas "And they will be. Nothing": nothing
Then the second big "drop" came.
poisoning In their garages, or had will ever rob them of- their op-
It had come much closer to the Glen- .
N portunity !I"
1, leaped-or "faIlen"-from their office
jlths than merely to people they knew; 1 windows. "Of course not..

but the two of the family In Paris Arthur Linsdale, a neighbor of the "And by God, I'll take care of you x s>

had not yet received a letter written i Gleneiths, rose from dinner-table and -and the little you that's coming."
that day. They had only Bob's nl '
sec went to the lake shore alone and puta "Of course you will:
ond cable to his wife: "Some tempo- bullet'through his head. He was Im- "Kiss me, Bee."

rary losses of course, but nothing serious I : portant enough so that cables carried She put both arms about his neck

; no necessity whatever to alter II the news that night to European pa- and found his lips.
any of your plans." like-old times-almost Bee. Wise and Otherwise
pers ; and Beatrice Gleneith read it In "That's ,
Bee's letter arrived' the next week : her room at her hotel l In Florence.She Oh, God, how I want you to love me !I" Some grow old gracefully; and
l ; some grow old disgracefully.
Six o'clock, Tuesday. Just L sent Rogna for her daughter..
before I go to meet Davis. r "Agnes, we're leaving for home. The huge ship, upon which Agnes

Well, Agnes-for it's your turnwegot No; your father has' not cabled for and her mother crossed, was almost ,i)
It. Today at noon Collltt, Ayreforth Ji' without passengers in the first class.It .
me; and I've had no letter today. It'sthis
and Remble admitted Inability to meet
stewards and
iii carried, actually, more
obligations. The afternoon papers haveit : Arthur Linsdale's shot himself.
in headlines: also our phone has been He's ,just your father's age. I've often attendants for that class ,than travelers. -

busy. It appears to have surprised many thought of them as alike. We're IN IN
friends. Beatrice Had a Cable From Her Topics of discussion between the TUBES soxEs
leaving at
once.
Nobody kn'ows-or tells-how much Husband In Chicago. homebound passengers were seldom ,000
35
'we're short; but It's a few hundred
thousand, not counting what's owed to furnace-bills, light, telephone and When Bee's mother and sister were cheerful ; they felt themselves favored "

Father when he threw in a lot of wages for one servant but Bee spared on the water, she met, driving to mar- and protected people on their way to
money last week to try to save Davis. ; hear at home, the full facts of dIs-
ket neighbor of hers whom she had ,
a :
Davis even discussion of this. She
Father shouldn't have done it. He's And Out of Turn
which had been withheld or
often when she had lived in her asters
been taking losses on his own that dismissed all her maids and turned seen
would sink anybody else. title of the house over to the bank own house. It was ,Joyce Mereday, glossed over in cables and letters. Passions and prejudices peak

Why did I let Davis In for this? Butt which held Davis' biggest note and whose husband, though out of a job "Why," said Beatrice Gleneith again in a loud voice.
never dreamed he could get in so ; to "why did Mr.
and Agnes
again
their
since January had held on to
,
she sold she that
deep. I didn't' know that men could everything possessed "
lose more money than they ever had. would fetch a price-except her en- home, though It was well known that Linsdale do It? Strength DuringMIDDLE
It seems they can. the grocer and the butcher had not (TO DE CONTINUED)
gagementand wedding-ring.
Of course I never figured that It
might happen at a time when it would So the girl whom her father had alewa3.s LIFE

make so much difference to Father. called Dark One returned
Finds All Star Systems Are Strength is extra-important for
Scientist
And there are others besides ourselvesto "home," to his house, with her babies of
consider. Davis seems to have done women going through the change
his bit dear in and her husband. Outward at Tremendous SpeedWhile needs the very
you see, making paupers Rushing life. Then the body
of many trusting people. "Bee Ayreforth is perfectly wonderful best nourishment to fortify it againstthe

Every one is grateful to Jeb in these with her husband," the neighbor- changes that are taking place.In .

days, Agnes-everybody lucky enoughto hood said. "This will make them much we are trying to realize the ond to almost 25,000 miles a second. such cases, Cardui! has proved
have taken his advice. He's been
insisting on the utilities, and especiallythe closer together." For the neighbors vastness of this mighty universe In lie has further found that the speeds helpful to many women. It In-

Insull properties, you know. Of knew that Davis and Bee needed to be which we live it is steadily getting of these vast star systems depend dl creases the appetite and aids digestion -

:ourse, they're down; but in comparison brought "closer"-whatever that larger. It Is expanding like a gigantic rectly upon their distance. favoring more complete trans-

raltar.with A other lot 'of things people, they're Just Gib ,' meant. The neighbors did not yet bubble and probably almost doublesIts The slow-moving galaxies are com- formation of food Into living tissue, .
are
God tonight or J. E. Braddon. thanking know-though Davis and Bee did- diameter every billion years. L-- paratively .near the Milky Way, while resulting In Improved nutrition and

I'm going to the train, now, to meet that she was bearing him another maitre, Friedman, Slipher, Hubble and those showing the greatest speed are building up and strengthening of

my husband. child. Yet Davis could not feel that the rest of the world famous sci- separated from our island universe by the whole system.

Both boys perfectly fine B. his wife "loved" him ; and he longedas entists have been expounding theo- 250,000,000 light years. This increasein
Mother.
41 36
never before for love to reassure ries on the expanding universe and speed was estimated at about 100 WNU-7 -

Bee had mailed It, her sister realIzed him and give him boldness.He gathering data to prove them for sev- miles a second for each 1,000,000 light

on- the way to the train; but became more sensitive to com- eral years, but a recent report by Dr. years of distance. These bare facts

what a place to stop a letter-before parison of himself before her with M. L. Huinason, of Mt. Wilson Observatory only add to the mysteries of the unI-

she met Davis on the day he had men who continued to succeed, and so gives pretty definite proof verse. What is happening to it and

failed completely! he avoided the homes of many of Bee's that all star systems beyond our where these outer galaxies are boundare

Had he come on that train? And friends. By himself in the day, he Milky Way are rushing outward at still questions to be answered.-

how was he? Agnes put herself be- called on the men at their offices; he tremendous speeds. Doctor Humasonhas Pathfinder Magazine. .

side Bee on the platform awaiting him looked up mere acquaintances and studied the spectra of 100 extra. Tonic

for that meeting yet to occur In her even strangers who were suggested as galactic objects and has found these Cairngorms Highest Good General ;

mind, though her sister had accom- possibly having a Job open. He putdown galaxies to be moving outward at The Cairngorms of Scotland are the ..Otf 5r YEARS

plished It eight days ago. She could his pride mercilessly, except that speeds ranging from 100 miles a sec- highest mountain mass in BrItain
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The Human Touch William J. Bryan's

Famous Ode to Water .;:' :
8 >>/ pS the human touch in this

OUR 'COMIC SECTION world that counts, At a banquet,given in his honor :

The touch of your hand and in Japan, Wm. J. Bryan declined .'-:,
mine, wine, and using water instead, '
I Which means far more to the gave the following toast: "Water .':
fainting heart the daily need of every
Than shelter and bread and living thing. .It rises from the 1
wine, earth obedient to the summons of ::.
SituationWELLI For shelter is gone when the the sun and descends in showersof j
,I THE ,FEATHERHEADS .ASiSU.! Alarming night is o'er, blessings. It gives of its beauty ,;
And bread lasts only a day, to the fragrant flowers. It is the .)
I ,NEVER.- V/ELL-YOU NAVE'TNoucikT But. the touch of the hand and alchemy that transmutes base '.

I [4 To LET THOSE the sound of the voice clay into golden grain. It is the :'j
5IC FEEDS Sing on in the soul always. I canvas on which the finger of the :
THAT -Spencer Michael Free. Infinite traces the radiant bow of '
Lo DIMMER TAKE THEIR promise. It is the drink that cheers

FELIX LAST .NIGHT COURSE. Only slaves fear to speak and brings 'no sorrow with it. Jehovah -
WOULD For the fallen, the weak. looked upon it at Creation's
LAST SoLoN L dawn arid said, 'It is good'."




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check." toast I said 'Let us drink to Senator Sorghum. "Both my small
success,' not excess." boys resolutely refuse to have their
Just a Trifle faces washed."
Salesman (wiping the perspiration Warning Whistle
1_ from his brow-I'm afraid, The Smiths are on the balconyand NO HOME RUNS
"IJ' |madam, that we've shown you all can hear what a young coupleare tip
our stock of linoleums, but we could saying in the garden below.V
II I get more from our factory. Mrs. Smith-I think he is goingto ee
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i I :better. You see, I want something of to listen. Whistle to him. DIonrra> Case Demonstrates How We AI! Need
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''Just a little for bird whistled to me.-Van-
square
1 my warn .
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Aprons"I Just the Kind He Likes So see that everyone in your family gets big piping hot bowl of
.
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'Wtertpaor condition ii Jill to lack of Vitamin A
aprons in hope chests nowa even more when we are married?" i
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.. THE CLEW1STON NEWS
EIGHT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 103G "

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1
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I
DIAMOND BALL GAME I GRAVES TO WAGE VIGOROUSSUPERINTENDENT to 'be paid to such officers and may-
SUNDAYThe CAMPAIGN vest in them additional powers and
AT SCHOOL
duties. No county office shall be abolished I
or consolidated with another office -
.:::::\
LNVERSALYPO4ULAR without making provision for
Moore Haven diamondballteam S. A. Graves, Democratic nominee performance of all State duties now the f r J)

will play hero Sunday at 3:00 for the office of superintendent of or hereafter prescribed by law to bo i.' 1
public instruction, is planning an aggressive performed by such county officer. t
against the team which defeated Nothing contained herein shall affect t
campaign for the position.It Section 20 of Article III of the Constitution ;,
them on their home, diamond two is hardly necessary: to introduceMr. of the Sta..e of Florida, except :
as to such
provisions! therein as
weeks, ago by a score of 9-1. They Graves to the voting citizenry of relate to regulatins the jurisdiction f. ,i4
and duties of dlSbt ...ft.
He has had a residencein any officers, to '
and
are anxious to avenge that defeat the county. summoning: and inpanelling grand III'
are expected to offer much more the county of about seven years!' The "Sunday School Lesson" published each week In and petit juries to assessing and CollectIng "...

serving as cashier of the bank in this newspaper has been adopted by thousands cf church to taxes for county purposes and
formidable opposition than in the regulating the fees and compensation -
LaBelle, as postmaster at LaBelle instructors throughout the United State as a regular of county officers. ;cio law author:

first encounter between. the two for about a year and as acting sup- part of their weekly work.It izing such the Municipal establishing corporation or abolishing pursuant of

teams erintendent of schools owning to E. is a review and exposition of the international lesson to this Section shall become operative

Coach Matthew :Morrison is expected :: i L. Stallings' ill health.: for each week, prepared by.Dean Harold L. Lundquistof jority or effective of the until qualified approved electors by participating a ma--

to be on the mound for the Mr. Graves is a college graduateof the Moody Bible Institute at Chicago, a recognized in an election held in said

local team and Is a diamondball the state of Arkansas. Is a World leader: in the nation's church work. ,Dean Lundquist has county corporation, but so exists long and as!,:such r this municipal Section

hurler of no mean ability. No ad- I War veteran with over-sea service. been active in teaching youthful groups for years, thereby the Legislature may amend or extend

mission will be charged to the game With his experience in banking he -, acquiring an insight into the needs of these people for the referendum law authorizing to the Uw'lllallfled'voters same without

but an offering will be taken, the 'should be able to bring to the position understandable explanations of Bible passages.In unless the Legislative! act providing

proceeds to go into the school 1 financial knowledge which in view of his accomplishments in church work, it is for provide such for amendment such refermdum.or extension shall

pleted treasury of the high these times it sorely needs. not surprising that Dean Lundquist's exposition' of the Approved June 4, 1915.

athletic association. It is hoped that" He has lived in Hendry county for, weekly Sunday School lesson is being used in almost''cry

a good crowd of townspeople will some seven years and is a property \ community of the nation. As teacher or student said The votes cast in compliance with
proposed amendments, and thecanvass
come out for the game. owner and taxpayer. Also has takenan you will find it extremely helpful. declarations and returns'

II active part in the interests' thereof regulations, shall be subjected to the same
and
restrictions
ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM the Democratic party.LaBelle i ;imillMIimmil1llmimimimmimmilImproved! .! ] I I A provided by law for general electiOMs as' are

GIVEN AT CAMP ROOSEVELT News. r' . y y II' f . y """ regularfeature In the State of Florida.IN .
TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
SUNDAy ofi I have hereunto set
5I my
Gainesville, Oct. 8 (FNSUtil- hand and affixed the Great
izing a federal appropriation of Ellsworth S. Frey Uniform 1'1 Seal of the State of Florida,
SCHOOL at Tallahassee, the Capital
$150,000 and facilities of Camp i International =_ this the 1st day of August,
,
Roosevelt near Ocala on the site of Dies In TampaMoore m'lDIS ..\. D. 1936. .
(SEAL) '
the Florida Cross-State Ship canal, LESSON -:--. R. A. GRAY

of adult education and Secretary of,State.
a program ( Haven Democrat) : Dy REV. HAROLD L.LUNDQUIST = f '+
rehabilitation was opened this week P AP E R i
.= Dean of Faculty* Moody Bible :jj \II
Ellsworth G. Frey, 73, died early
by the extension division of the University I = irwirute of Chicago. =

of ,Florida. Tuesday: morning in a Tampa: hospital I = O Western! Newspaper!! Union.iillitUIIUIDIIiDIt111IIiiIIIIIiIIIIliillllIr. =

.
Tentative educational programsat I it was learned here Wednes- '

the new university school closely day. The cause of his death was not I J r

follow an original program of social given but he had been in poor healthfor I FLORIDA

and economic rehabilitation for large don, according to Walter P. Fuller on, and did ,
they
several years and it was largely ,I determine and direct ':'1-- Y S
numbers of American people as out- that the said Joint Resolutions be sub-
lined for President Roosevelt some because of that fact that he sold of St. Petersburg, Florida's leading mitted to the electors of the State at

months ago b'y Dr. John J\ Tigert, his place ten miles west of Moore ,I statistician analysist, and representative -I 1936.NOW the General Election in November. m

president of the University. Lec- Haven, more than a year ago to l:i nominee from Pinellas coun- Secretary THEREFORE.of State of the I,State R. A.of GRAY Flor- .. Iqva

tures and conferences will be join- move to Tampa.Mr. I ty. ida, do hereby give notice that aCENEItAL 'gJ

ed with instruction in trades and and Mrs. Frey celebrated ELECTIOXwill
For six ,,weeks Fuller has been in be held in each county In Flor-
crafts to form a program of supple- their golden wedding anniversary at ida on Tuesday next succeeding the ,
Kansas Oklahoma and Nebraska first :Monday in .
as November D. 1936,
mentary education and present their home on October 4, 1934. Mr. the said Tuesday being the

greater opportunities for Florida Frey was a native of Pennsylvaniaand Regional Director of National_ Dem- THIIID DAY OF NOVU3I1ICI1 m W

adults now suffering from conditionsof came to Florida many years ocratic Headquarters from New for said the Joint ratification.Resolutions or rejection proposing of the 1b1fI [

limitation or unpreparedness. ago. Purchasing a mall' tract of York. He has covered practicaHy amendments to the Constitution of
every -
the State: of Florida, viz.
Courses in social service, homemaking hammock land on the prairie be- A JOINT RESOLUTION ]
section of the three states-ex-
music, dramatics, and art have tween Moore Haven and Citrus Proposing Amend Section 3 of the
presses some doubt as to the out- Article XIII of the Constitution of
bean announced. Crafts training will Ce.ter' he engaged in the poultry the State of Florida, Kelating to
come in Nebraska, places Oklahomafor
include instruction in weaving, business and Made a great success.It Prb\iisions. for the Aged, Infirm, and
Roosevelt by a tremendous ma Umortunate.
woodworking, carving, metal work- was only because of ill health He It Rrnolted lly The Legislature of
jority and in a letter from Oklahoma
ing, leather working and pottery. that he gave up this business to buya The State of Florida:
City under date of October second, That Section 3 of Article XIII of thv
Prevention and control of crimeis home in Tampa where he and Mrs. to W: D. Outman, Pinellas Demo- Constitution of the State of Florida,
Frey could be with their son, Roscoe relating to Provisions fer tho Agred
aimed at by the school in its offering .
cratic Campaign Manager, ,gives the Infirm, and Unfortunate, be and the ,
a course in a criminological Frey, staff photographer for the same is hereby amende 1, and as amended -
following interesting; sidte-lighte on is agreed to and
shall be sub-
Tampa Tribune.
institute for state and local
county the Kansas situation. loittcd to the electors of the State of Stop
law enforcement officers. Funeral services are to be held Florida at the next general'election at the
"October first found me in Kansas to be held on the first
this afternoon at the B. Marion Tuesday after
An aviation ground school, with Congressional: : District: Mr 7 the first llonday in November 193C, for
the cooperation of the State Read I Reed funeral home in Tampa with I II Thisdi t i has been Republicansince ratification or rejection; said Section jiotelpoiciela
3' ,
of Article XIII
I Rev. R. A. Guy, pastor of the Sem- as amended shall
Department and the educational de- read follows
the Civil War-was so even, as :
partment of the WPA, opened :Mon- inole Heights Methodist church of- in 1932 "Section 3. The resp active counties
and 1934. The Hutchinson
jf the
State shall
ficiating. Interrment will be at provMe in the manner 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
day. Approximately 50 students were. paper which is rabidly Republican prescribed by law, for those of the
Myrtle Hill cemetery with the John inhabitants who by reason of age, infirmity -
enrolled for this
three months'courser
published a poll for readers under
I Darling lodge No. 154 F. and A. M.. or misfortune may: have With
Outside Rooms
Thursday a course of two date of Wednesday, September 30th. claims upon the aid and sympathy of
s; weeks' instruction for recreational having charge of the services at the society; provided, howe ler, the Legis- Private Bath
Rcsults- Republican congressional
lature by law
may general provide fora
He
grave. was an active member for
directors and community dramatic candidate 2,000; Democratic candi-: : uniform State-wide system for such
(, leaders several years of the Moore Haven : benefits, and appropriate money there- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET ..
began
under the
direction
of Masonic date 1,100; Landon 1,700; Roose- for; but no such general law shall
t. Mrs. Rolla. M. Southworth. lodge. velt 2,100." provide benefits to any person who
sChool's. The sympathy of this entire com- shall not have been a resident of the Overlooking Biscayne Bay
r ..' The facilities provided by I munity is extended to the bereaved State of Florida for a period 'of five
64 homes, of from three to seven years continuously .jiext preceeding his: Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
widow and son.ROOSEVELT application therefor, nor shall such
t ti rooms, will provide a total dormitory NOTICE OF ELECTION general law provide for benefits to any Business Section.
-- person solely on account of age who
t,-, capacity of 30.0 students. The AHEAD INLANDON'S WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1935 has not attained the age of sixty-five
education and administrative staff ii under the Constitution of 1885 of the years; Provided, further, that where RATES
to number fifty.Furnishings HOME STATESt. State of Florida, did pass two.. Joint I by any law of the United States, a
I' Resolutions proposing amendments to lesser or different period of residenceage
:' the Constitution of the State of Flor- or citizenship shall be fixed in
for the houses were Petersburg, Fla. Oct. 8 ida, and the $1.50 Single
(Spec- same were agreed to by al I order for the State of Florida to par-
. prepared by WPA sewing and work ial).President Roosevelt is safe vote of three fifths of all the mem-I ticipate in any Federal grants that
bers elected to each house; might be made for such theLegislature
rooms, and additional furniture is in the lead for. the electorial vote voters on said Joint Resolution were' may prescribe purposes such requirements $2.50 Double

;, now being constructed on the site.I I Ii of Kansas, home state of Alf Lan- entered upon their respective Journals as to citizenship age and
with the yeas and nays there- residence as will be consistent with &
Special Family, Weekly
and not In conflict with such Federal'
Law." ;;;5'I Monthly Rates
Approved; June 4.
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A JOINT RESOLUTION S. D. McCREARY Proprietor


if. IS YOUR GAR- .SL UGGISH ? I Proposing VIII C.unties.Florida of the Amendment Constitution Relative to of Cities to'the Article Stateof and


Be It IteKoUciI II y The Legislature of
The Mate of Florida:
j That the following Amendment to !I' 4---------------* ...
Article VIII of the Constitution of .
sa the State of Florida relative to cities I ;H
ryi r a and counties to be numbered Section I I

10 of said Article VIII. be and the .
same is hereby agreed to and shall !
be submitted to the electors of the Good FarmLand I
( )) State: at the General Election to be
held on the First TuesUay: after the I
first Monday in November A. D. 1936!)
i
for ratification or rejection, to-wit:
Section 10. The Legislature shall ; I
have power to establish, alter or abolish II
a Municipal corporation to be I
known: as the City of Key West '(extending -
: Gp5 territorially throughout the I
ul present limits: of Monioe County, in for Rent II
the place of any or all county district,
municipal and local governments, I I
boards, bodies and officers constitu-
tional or statutory, legislative, ex- I
ecutive, judicial, or administrative,
and shall prescribe the' jurisdiction,
powers, duties and functions of such
municipal corporation, its legislative,
executive, judicial and administrative
departments and its boards bodies and; i
officers: to divide the territory included -
in such municipality into subordinate -
t ry districts, and to prescribe a just TrespassersWill
i'p and reasonable system cf taxation for
such municipality and districts; and
to fix the liability of such municipality Be
and districts. Bonded and other indebtedness -
rL:4: I. Distribntor existing at the time of the '"
II establishment of such municipality, ProsecutedClewiston
shall be enforceable only against pro-
perty theretofore' taxable therefor. The
i
That Good. Legislature shall, from time to time, r
determine what portion of said munl- j
I jclpality I is a rural area, and a homestead -
I --- ---- in such rural area shall not be
11.limited as if in a city or town. Such .
J GulfGasoline j I municipality may exercise all the powers -
I of a municipal corporation and I
: I 'shall also be recognized as one of the
j legal political divisions of the State
I with the duties and obligation of a I The H
county and shall be entitled to all the I
t powers' rights and privileges including -
representation'in the State Legis-
lature, which would accrue to it If
it were a county. All property of Monroe -
County and of the municipality in
Ctlxtlxal said county shall vest in such muni- .
6AW6a+ LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES cipal corporation when established as Company
pCC4 herein provided The offices of the
iEapOH Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff I I
< INCREASES shall not be abolished but the Legis-
POWER SAVES WEAR f.r,
,, > lature may: prescribe the time when.,

and shall the be method filled and by which the ,compensation such offices :..:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:.........-:..:.ir. "........".....-..-...-.-.;"


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