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Creation Date: October 16, 1936
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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TOLUME 10, NUMIiER 40 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $x.00 YEAR
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,CONSTRUCTION\ {( : Legion Installs OfficersAt : SOIL CONSERVATION 54-Mile Wind Is PLANNING BOARD


Meeting Tuesday NiteThe Recorded In Squall

BEGINS ON WATER I COMMITTEE VISITS IN MEETS TO PASS ON

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The new anemometers installedtwo
Clewiston American Legion

PL IMPROVEMENT Post installed their new officers last I! CLEWISTONTUESDAY weeks ago by the U. S. Engi- COUNTY PROJECTS !

Tuesday night at the regular month- neers at the several hurricane gates

Iv meeting held at the Clewiston Inn. -- around Lake Okeechobee were not

A large shipment of pipe which: i George Mead, past commander of Members of the federal commissIon long in showing interesting results, At a meeting of the county plan-

will be used in the construction of the Richard Mansfield Post of Pa- authorized by the Secretary of at least the ones here and in Belle ning board held last night in LaBelle,

the new intake line from the 01>'-n I hokee was the installing officer anda Agriculture to make a survey of the Glade.
I the various projects which have been
lake into the Glades Water Co. pla'.t number of other visitors from oth- Everglades with a view to inaugurating During a short rain squall Sun- I

has been received and distributed along er posts in lake towns attended including a soil conservation program, were day afternoon the instrument re- submitted from the county, particu-

the route and it is understoodthat Clyde Santee of Pahokee and guests of the U. S. Sugar Company corded a wind velocity of 54 miles larly for the six-year WPA' program,

the actual laying of the pipe Arthur Wells and Cliff Savage of officials at a luncheon given at the per hour for a period of approxi- were passed upon and the meeting

j" will begin within a short time. Belle Glade. Clewiston Inn Tuesday. During the mately four minutes. Less than lasted well into the night before the

This pipe, a product of the John- The new officers for the year as day the committee travelled by car thirty minutes later the wind had final project had been approved and

; Manville Company is of asbestos I installed were: O. A. Jones, Commander over the Clewiston area and as far dropped to sixteen miles per hour I ..

composition twelve inches in di i- ; F. M. Wright, Vice-Com- north as Moore Haven. which was about the average for I placed in position on the prefer- ;.

ameter. The pipe, while compara- mander; S. A. Graves, LaBelle, Ad- The committee' is headed by S. H. the day. The high point of the wind ential list.Leading.

tively light in weight is pressed *o jutant; R. N. Miller, LaBelle, Historian McCrory, chief of the bureau of agricultural was reached at 2:15 p. m. The squall the list is the Clewiston .

give a strength equal to or greater ; H. R. Hall, Chaplain; Jay engineering. Other mem- began about eight o'clock in the swimming pool which was not Included -

than concrete and is said to be e-t- W. Moran and Drew Hampton, Ser- bers are Dr. L. C. Corbett, chief of morning.The with the six-year program .. i
ceptionally efficient for water main 3eants-at-Arms. the bureau of plant industry; Dr. W. peak of the wind was reached :

A dragline has been at work th.3 C. Hearn of the Bureau of Chemistry here at 12:50 o'clock at which projects. This one was sent in this I
A new member was recognized,
week making an excavation for the ; Dr. R. V. Allison of the soil conservation time a forty-six mile an hour wiiiil morning to the 1Iiami.district. WPA
C. E. Robbins, who transfers his
( ) new sedimentation basin which is I. membership here from a Miami post. service and Dr. E. H. was recorded on the clock chart. office and quick approval is antici- "

.... constructed just north of the pic:- Wiecking, of the bureau of agricul- pated. This pool, it is estimated, will :

ent water plant at the end of th tural economics. Also in the party Work Progressing NicelyOn cost approximately $26,000 and will

street running in front of the Pafford Gives DetailsOf was Dr. Wilson Newell, dean of the be as fine in every respect as any of

iston Inn., clew-I College of Agriculture, Universityof Recreation CenterWork the better pools of the state. The

The improvements to the watu Kiwanis Convention Florida and head of the various City of Clewiston was given as sponsor -

" plant, which will cost approximately I state experimental stations. Most of for this project. ...

$30,000 are expected to go forward -- the group were familiar with condi- on the Recreation Center is Other projects which were included -
I. M. Pafford, who with Presi-
rapidly in order that Clewiston resi- tions in the Everglades, some of progressing nicely this week with in the six-year program were:
dent A. W. Lawrence of the
lotal
dents may soon have an abundant them having visited in the section sixteen men at work since the new A high school gymnasium, auditorium -
Kiwanis Club attended the state Kiwanis -
supply of soft water with a mini I several times. Dr. Allison was form- work period started and a substan- and storm shelter for Clew-

mum taste from treating chemicals. Convention in Lakeland Monday -/ erly head of the experimental sta- tial progress may be noted.It iston to cost $60,000.A .

There will be no addition to the! and and Tuesday described the convention tion at Belle Glade and is probablyone is the plan at this time to clear colored school building for Bare

distribution system, these being tak- gave some interesting of the best authorities on muck the grounds and sod the block as Beach to have two rooms capable of
high-lights on the talks at the regu-
en care of as required, according to lar Club meeting Wednesday nightat soil in the country. quickly as possible so that by the seating eighty students. It will be

F. Deane Duff, president of the com- There is no money available at time the permanent structures are of frame construction and cost $4-
the Inn. Mr. Lawrence was ill and
pany. the present time for starting definite 000.
unable to attend. a usable the grounds will be covered
I plan of sort conservation ,which with an attractive lawn suitable for Some revision was made in the

New Locks To Be BuiltIn entertainment Mr. Pafford told of the which splendid had II will also provide for water control, the youngsters. This plan will also recreation center fot Clewiston and

program fire control and transportation. How- permit the installation of certain additional money asked for this pro-
been worked out for the visitors -
St. Lucie Canal Soon by ever, through the efforts of Con- features, such as playground equip- ject which is now underway.
Ole
Lakeland Kiwanians and of the :
gressman Mark Wilcox and other ment. Among other county projects are:
-- interesting talks made by Kiwanians prominent men of the Everglades About six and a half miles of road in
from all sections of the state and of Landscaping of the grounds will
Plans are at this time in the handsof section Secretary Wallace was per: Fort Denaud section to cost about
be done by the Garden Club which
the Kiwanis International. He told
the Chief of Army Engineers in : suaded to send the committee hereto $54,000 ; a $19,000 addition te the
has proven its value to the commun-
of the changes in officials stating
Washington and his approval is all vi'ew the conditions and preparea LaBelle school; a colored school for
times in the excellent workof
ity
many
that Ken Williams, former lieutenant -
that is necessary for the advertisingfor report which will be submitted a- LaBelle, $4,000; a community housein
beautification its members have
bids for a new lock in the St. governor of this district had bout the first of December. Con- LaBelle to cost between six and ;
been elected district J. M. accomplished. Mrs. F. M. Wright, ,I
Lucie canal, according to Carawan governor. gressman Wilcox will apply for legislation eight thousand and approximately
president of the club, is a qualified
Lummus, of Miami, takes his place
Nelson, district engineer for the U. at the next session of Congress $26,000 for new streets in LaBelle. ,
architect and will have
as lieutenant for the south- landscape
S. Engineers who has been temporarily governor to appropriate funds for carrying The projects submitted for Clew-
Q eastern district. personal charge of the park work.
in of the Clewiston office on this tremendous soil iston total almost $100,000. --.
charge !_ _conservation -
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, chairman of .
during the absence of Capt. G. Umatilla won the attendance reward program. The committeewas '(
I the playground equipment committee -
E. Linkswiler. Survey crews are still at the convention having a one expected to conclude the preliminary for the club has worked towardan Good Progress Made

at work in the vicinity compilingsuch hundred percent attendance of mem- survey this week.
additional data as is bers. There were 135 delegates pres- adequate'playground for the f On Revetment Work
necessaryand Just what plans have been made children and everyone is ,convincedthat
end and a crowd numbering 635 all
the Engineers feel reasonably are not known nor is it likely that the work is in capable hands.
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sure that the project will be approved. together, 165 of whom were ladies. any definite plan will have been
He told of the talks made by Grady Cooperation among the various Excellent progress is reported on
worked out until after the of
The new locks will be almost iden-' Burton, of Wauchula, by Senators the area is concluded.survey. Allison units' on this project is worthy of the revetment work along the leveeon

tical in design as the locks now under -I Claude Pepper and Scott Loftin and has intimated that he would favor mention.. This project, although of- the east shore of the lake and at

construction in the Caloosahat- I many others. ,Especially impressive, .I flooding unused portions of the Everglades ficially sponsored by the city, as on- this time the rock retaining wall

chee River at Ortona and will use I lie said, was the service conducted I to prevent fire, give better ly one I sponsor would be recognized,I which is being constructed along thee

the hurricane gate type of lock gatesas oy Rev. James V. Johnson in memo-I frost protection and allow the is truly a community affair with th toe of the levee berm is complete

are used in the Caloosahatcheelocks. ry of state Kiwanians who had died various community organizations from the Canal Point hurricane gateto
soil to rebuild in a natural manner. I
during the past year. St. Augustinewas contributing.It the Engineer warehouse a mileor
It is anticipated that a por- While in Clewiston, the group
tion "of the present spillway foun- elected as the site for next.year's I visited the hurricane gate and levee is expected that within the next two below Pahokee. Work will

dation at Lock No. 2 will be utilizedas Convention. project and drove down the levee eew days some equipment will be installed be halted the latter part of the week

the new lock will be built on exactly The visitors were entertained from Clewiston to Benbow Camp and and the youngsters will begin on the wall building and back-filling

the same site., The Ortona locks 'londay evening at the Lakeland thence into Moore Haven. From to derive some benefit from the behind the wall will be speeded up.

cost in the neighborhood of a half Yacht Club with a dinner and dance. the levee elevation a better viewof I park. The first major constructionitem More than 15,000 cubic yards of

million dollars and the St. Lucie Following Mr. Pafford's interesting the surrounding land was avail- will be the construction of the material a day are being moved from

locks will probably cost as much or 1 talk there was a short discussion able. They were accompanied by Jay tennis courts, sponsored by the Ki- the St. Lucie spoil banks by truck

more due to the fact that the old of the Recreation Park project W. Moran, F. Deane Duff, H. A. 'vanis Club.MARIONETTE. I and the Engineers will withdrawthe
before adjournment. Dl from Lake Hicpochee where
lock will
have to be removed.
Bestor, R. Y. Patterson and W. C.
used to load rock barges
she has been -
Prewitt of the U. S. Sugar Corporation : SHOW TOIE
CLEWISTOX TEAM DOWNSMOORE PETERS TRANSFERRED TO TONITE and place her at the Mayacca cut
AT SCHOOL
I I and. Carawan Nelson and Mark ,
PALM BEACH ENG. OFFICEH. I to load barges with back-fill material. -
: HAVEN o TO 1 .
R. Lawler of the U. S. Engineers. -
Tonight (Friday) the Judith Clay- .
Playing on a wet field the local 0. Peters, associate engineer, ton marionettes will be presented at This revetment work was neces-

diamond ball team took their sec- rho for more than a year has been the Clewiston High School auditor-I sitated by the erosion of the new levee -

V ond game in a row from the Moore ;ui charge of 'construction-on all of HUNTING SEASON TO ium and those who have never seen through the open lake by wave

Haven team afternoon he federal projects in the Okeecho- action. Considerable damage was
Sunday
.(.1 by a these tiny figures in the hands oj ex-
score of 5-1. ..;ee-Caloosahatchee program with done to the berm and toe of the levee -
perts have a treat in gtore for them,
The wet field and wet ball made the exception of concrete structures, CLOSE JANUARY 1ST whether old or young. which makes the back-filling ne

errors plentiful but the visitors were was transferred the first of this cessary.
The feature of the will
program
unable to solve the delivery of Coach veek to West Palm Beach and placd -
I It was (earned this week thaton be a three-act play "Hansel andGretel"
Morrison and few base hits came in charge of the U. S. Engineer FIRE COMPLETELY DESTROYS
and after January 1, 1937 the and several special acts arc
from their bats. ub-office at that pl/ce. JONES' INN AND GARAGE
advertised. The show is
presented bya
The two teams will meet again As most of the projects in this counties of Glades, Hendry, Collier
northern troupe on their to
next Sunday afternoon on the Moore area are near completion it is doubted and Lee will be closed to all hunt- way About 3:00 a. m. Saturday morn-
Miami for the winter.
Haven diamond. Moore Haven will that there will be anyone sent ing until November 20, 1937., This ing the siren sounded for a blaze

play a double-header with Clewistonand here to take Mr. Peters' place. notice is sent out by I. N. Kennedy, A small admission price is being that entirely destroyed the Jones
first' charged and a good crowd is expected. Inn and and filling stationon
garage
Sebring and the game will executive secretary of the state gamo '
be called at 2:00. 1'LANE CRASH FATAL and fresh water fish commissionwith the Felda road and belonging to

TO RALPH GREEN the Governor's approval. W. A. Jones. The fire department

R. M. HARE, SR., ISINJURED -.- Some weeks ago Lee county took COMMUNITY CHURCH responded but owing to lack of water -

IN WRECKR. : Ralph Green, 35, prominent Day- the lead in this matter after the were able to ,do but little aside .

tona Beach realty dealer and a bro- heavy rains and floods in June had I>r. D. Jenkins Williams, Pastor. from saving contents of the garage

M. Hare, Sr", wag released from ther of Roy Green, former ACL agent taken a heavy toll of the wild life October 18. and filling station. The buildingswere

I. an Ocala hospital this week after here was killed as were two companies in the hunting districts of these Sermon theme: "The Forward totally destroyed at an esti-

being confined there for three weeks Robert Bond and Hearst Mc- counties. They at first thought of Look." I mated loss of $5,000. There was no

t recuperating f from injuries receivedin Clelland also of Daytona, when the closing during the entire season but Service begins at 7:45. insurance.Mr. .

, an auto wreck in.' Ocala at that z'plane in which they were travel were cautioned against doing so by The choir wilt give the following I Jones, who was sleeping in a

time. ling from their home to Detroit, Representative Elbert L. Stewart of numbers: cottage in the rear of the filling station -

Mr. Hare, who is, employed i in Michigan crashed near Hilliard, a Clewiston, who attended the meet Prelude, "Cast Thy Burden"- was aroused by the explodingof

Ocala, was driving a light pick-up I short distance from an emergency I ing. His suggestion was that the Mendelssohn. / bottles in the liquor store. A

() truck in the residential district whena landing: field they were attempting season be allowed to run until the "Open Our crowd quickly gathered but the

cur drove through a stop sign ri n. to reach. first of the year in order that the Chorale with EyeS"-1\ICFarlane// flames had made such a headwaythat

a side street, struck his car and 1 The cabin monoplane was owned state could secure enough license N. Smith. it was impossible to, save evena

turned it over. Six ribs were broken i.1 by Mr. Green. Observers said that money to keep wardens In the field. "Lift Thine Eyes"-Mendelssohn, pint of liquor. Flames of the burn-

and superficial cuts and bruises in' 1 the plane was near the Georgia-Flor- He also asked that all of the countiesin Women's Trio. ing alcohol lit up the scene with an

flicted. He is reported to have .1 jda line when one wing crumbled. the hunting area be included in The choir practiced Thursday eerie blue light.

covered rapidly from the injuries. I The plane hit a tree and crumpled 'to, this plan in order that sportsmen, night on the Christmas cantata, Mr. Jones states that he does not

the ground as it circled, apparently after being closed out in one county, "The World's True Light", by Stults. intend to rebuild again.
Suits of clothes that look like 2in( an attempt to return to the Jack- could not come into one of the oth- There are at present sixteen voices Sheriff H. L. Delaney is makingan

wool but actually are made from i sonville airport. It did not catch fire ers to slaughter the game. and the director, J. E. Beardsley, is investigation of the possibilitythat

skimmilk have been made and won -and the motor appeared to be work- Meetings were held in each of the anxious to secure several more so- the firs was of incendiary ori-

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Historical Error in News Review of Current Speak Bravely : I

BRISBANETHIS '
Supreme Court Panel 6))

W'OULD you learn the ,
Events the World Over bravest thing
Officials connected with the con- -
WEEK That men do i j
struction of the superb Supreme can ever ? r.:\\
knowof Would you be an uncrowned
court building in Washington -
a historical error someone king, / fl I
made, but are not saying much One Human ShiploadA Bleakley and Lehman to Fight for New York Governorship Absolute and true? t;
about it. On a panel in one of the Floating Microcosm Would you seek to emulate '

bronze doors of the building Chief Intelligent Mrs. Widener -Communist Candidate Browder Jailed in Terre All we learn in storyOf

Justice handing John to Justice Marshall Joseph is depicted Story Mrs. Astor and Dr. CarrelOn Haute-France Devalues the Franc. the noble, just and great. ,
Rich in
real
Board the Normandie.Theancient glory?
Madison
the famous Marbury vs.
writer made this admission: Would ,you lose much bitter
than eight
rendered ,more
opinion
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There hI" three_ __ .By EDWARD W. PICKARD care
before Story became a ------ --
years which are Western Newspaper Union. In
member of the court. things i/ your lot below?

Records of the court show this too wonderful four for REPUBLICANS and Democrats I Grady, will ..on'.mue'during the fif Bravely speak out when and

famous opinion was handed downin which me, yea,I know state met in con- I teen-day period of peace. where
February, 1803. Justice Story vention at Albany and Syracuse respectively 'Tis right to utter No.rEliza .
to that bench in not: selected their state tickets N WHAT
was appointed The way of an [ : was said by court at- Cook.
November, 1811.-Pathfinder.Week's eagle in the air; and: started: : UB a: taches to be the first important
hot campaign. The ruling anywhere suits
of ser- ::4'?<' on numerous
the way a '
"" Republicans enteredthe file
pent upon a ,'if,.::- ''.;':, / by packing companies and
Supply of Postum Free t ,.:"g'M "Y'r. fight under a others against government collec-
rock the >
Read the offer made by the Postum a ship; way in the < :a: new' leader for they tion of ,the' "windfall" tax, Judge You're Toldto
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Company in another part of this pa- midst of the sea; named William F.of Robert C. Baltzell of the United If
week's B I e a k ley States district court at
per. They will send a full sup- u and theway'' of a Indianapolis,
ply of health giving Postum free to man with a h Yonkers, supreme overruled the government's motionto "Alkalize"Try
who writes for it.-Adv. court justice, for dismiss a suit for an injunction
,anyone maid. :
..,. f What would ; the governorship.The filed by Kingan and Company, meat This Remarkable
Arthur Urlsbanr ; d fiftytwoyearold packers.The .
Knowledge and Courage that InspIredwriter jurist prepared company seeks to enjoin fed- "Phillips" Way
( Next to knowing how to draw say of this modern ship in to resign- from- the eral government officials from collecting Thousands are Adopting

, up a law for the welfare of the the midst of the sea? The biggest William F. b e n chand take a $2,500,000 "windfall" tax,

people is having the courage to ship he ever saw could be hung Bl ea kl ey command at once. levied in the revenue act of 1936, to ,!' '','
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', do it. from the ceiling of the dining salonon Col. Ralph K. Robertson of Buf- recover processing taxes previously t.o 1

t this boat or tucked away in a falo was nominated for lieutenant assessed under the AAA but later .
corner of the sun deck, disturbingno Perlman of ruled
governor, Nathan D. invalid by the supreme court.

: one. New York city for attorney generaland ,Dismissal of the injunction suit

F;. John A. May, Gloversville, for was sought by the government on
Now Ease A modern ocean liner, Queen -
the
comptroller.The ground there is no authority in
* Mary, Normandie Rex or Europa,
law for collection of
convention at its evening ses- restraining a
as it crosses the ocean indifferentto
sion heard Col. Frank Knox Re- tax.
rtY. ,
Neuritis Pains waves and winds, is a small
Y. publican vice presidential candi-
world in itself, a microcosm, with
role of date, in a strong attack or the New APPEALS' by the national
this little earth playing the
Deal. relations board offer the
; Fast sail
a "Cosmos. If this ship should
Supreme court five new opportunities -
I to some new, uninhabited island >f The Democrats re-nominated Gov.
:t; Herbert H. Lehman an" his can- to pass on the constitutionalityof
,
Utopia, it might supply everything On every side today people are being
.( jecessary to start a new civilization didacy was warmly espoused by the Wagner labor relations court. urged to alkalize their stomach. And
i better than the one inventedby President Roosevelt, who went to The board asked the high tribunalto thus ease symptoms of "acid indigestion -

!;,'." Bayer Tablets i\ Sir Thomas More, who has been Syracuse to deliver his first speechas review rulings in a case involv- ," nausea and stomach upsets.To .

: Dissolve Almost ; made a saint since I he wrote an avowed candidate. The Pres- ing the Jones & Laughlin Steel ,cor- gain quick alkalization, just do

I't: .. Instantly "Utopia" to amuse himself and had ident took occasion to deny again poration of Pittsburgh, two involv- this: Take two teaspoons of PHI.L.LIPS'
: that he seeks Communist ing ,the Freuhauf Trailer companyof MILK OF MAGNESIA 30
In 2 seconds by stopwatch his head cut off for his Catholic support
minutes
F4+< .:t a !genuine faith. and alleged that issue was a "redherring" Canton, Ohio, and two affectingthe after eating. OR take twoPhillips'
BAYER Aspirin tablet Marks Cloth- Milk of Magnesia:\Tablets,
starts to disintegrate On board, with his friend, dragged across the trail Friedman-Harry which have the same antacid effect.
'" and co to work. Drop a by his opponents. ing company, New York. The labor
'' George, Bacon, is Myron Taylor, I Relief comes almost at once-
Bayer Aspirin tablet Into relations' board lost all five
,.' a glass of water. By head of the United States Steel com- cases usually in a few minutes. Nausea,
the time It hits tho bot- pany, biggest industrial unit on F RANK KNOX, ,President Roose- in lower courts.FRANCE "gas" -fullness after eating and

gi;: tom disintegrating.of the glass What It Is earth. He would supply the material velt and Al Smith, all on the "acid indigestion" pains leave. You

happens In this !glass for skyscrapers, ships, railroads air the same evening, provided a at last came to the con- feel like a new person.
;. happens in your clusion that it could Try this way. You'll be surprisedat
stomach. and machinery, plus organ- political feast for radio listeners. no longer results. Get either the 'Phil-
liquid
iza tion. ,Colonel Knox, speaking at Pitts- support the franc and Premier Leon lips" or the remarkable, new Phillips'Milk

Simon Guggenheim would tell burgh, reiterated and substantiatedhis Blum's government decided to of)Magnesia Tablets. Delightfulto

them how to make corporations former assertion that New Deal abandon the gold take and easy to carry with you.
For Amazingly, Quick Relief profitable, by "holding on." financial policies were imperilling standard and devaluate Only 25jf a box at all drug stores.

Get Genuine Bayer Aspirin savings accounts and insurance pol- the franc to

Various workers 'on icies. ,Mr. Roosevelt, not so elo- : between 4% and 5 ALSO IN TABLET FORM:
newspaper
-: If you suffer from pains of neuritis
: cents. The Netherlands
what you want is quick relief. the boat would be ready to start quent as usual, defended the spend-I Each tiny tablet is *
his administration.He Latvia and the equivalent of a ..
of
ing policies
Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets "the New Utopia Gazette"; Floyd teaspoonful of = ve lwrs
give quick relief, for one reason, be- Gibbons for war correspondent, plus ''too, spoke at Pittsburgh. The Switzerland immedi- ;,r s A dine Phillips'w''+y
cause they dissolve or disintegratealmost members of the Edward H. Butler high spot of the evening came at ately determined to Milk.of Maenesia. -

instantly they touch mois- family, that own the Buffalo News, the close of Al Smith's address to follow suit. To save
ture. (Note illustration above.) and the able Abraham Cahan, a women's organization in New the 'world from a

i Hence-when you take a real known to more New Yorkers than York city. He had been treating of currency war, the ., ,f NJ -

'. Bayer Aspirin tablet it starts to dis- editor in \merica, with one the New Deal and its leaders with United States, Great _. S
any *" -
solve almost as quickly as Britain and France "T : MILK OF
'r. swallow it. And thus is ready you to exception. And, most important to biting sarcasm and wound up with entered into a "gen- Leon Blum H I Lo..! PLI SG MAGNESIA

start working almost instantly newspaper prosperity, the ship car- the dramatic declaration: tlemen's agreement." The exact

headaches, neuralgia and neuritis ries Mrs. Georgt- D. Widener of "I firmly believe that the remedyfor nature of this agreement was not

pains start easing almost at once. Philadelphia, who has traveled up all the ,ills that we are suffer- revealed, but the United States Credit Due

That's why millions never ask fort and down in every corner of the ing from today is the election of promised to employ its $2,000,000000 ,- Ancestors may have built the

,, aspirin by the name aspirin alone earth and says tn your narrator: Alfred M. Landon." stabilization fund to head off family fortune, but it takes pretty

... when"BAYER they ASPIRIN"buy, but and always see that say "Mr. Brisbane, I have always Whereupon arose a shout that lit- the feared struggle. Certain it is good ability to preserve it intact.
wanted,to meet you, because I read erally echoed throughout the land.
they get it. that each of the three nations reserves -
articles
:; Try it. You'll say it's marvelous. your every day. the right to depart from the
There spoke the nucleus of a highly -
x EARL BROWDER, Communist pact if and when its own interests Miss n
intelligent reading public
15C FOR party nominee for the Presi- require such a course. An expected

A DOZEN dency, achieved the distinction of outcome of, tne now general drop- REE LEEF
Mrs. Vincent Astor, on her way being the first Presidential candi- ping of the gold standard may be an
2 FULL25c back from a grouse moor in Scotland international conference for stabili-
date to be jailed since Eugene V. :
.r would resume her real job Debs was incarcerated during the zation of world currencies. This says

: 1. Virtually of promoting deep music, finding World war. Browder'was scheduledto might be held in Washington.Blum .
; lea tablet co-operators in the 'passenger list make a campaign address over called a special sessionof

,, -Madame Flagstadt, the admirable the radio from Terre Haute, Ind., the' French parliament to pass CAPUDINE

Norwegian singer, a deep soprano but when he arrived in that city tiie necessary legislation, and his relieves
LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS able to make Isolde
impres-
more plan was given grudging approvalby
he was nabbed by Chief of Police
sive than Wagner ever imaginedher. James C. Yates and put in the the finance committee of the eiHfADACHff -
On board also is Arthur Bo-
chamber of deputies. Its adoptionby
hoosegow on charges of vagrancyand ,
Tempered Optimisn. anzky[ ready to conduct the "New "for investigation." Held with the chamber, where the "pop- quicker because

: is The tempered.true optimism is' one that Utopia orchestra." Mayor La- him were Seymour Walden and Wal ular front" has a big majority, was it's liquid...
; Guardia of New York will tell
you but a fight developed in the
do Frank, both of New York City; easy
how Mrs. Astor talks to
earnestly senate. auieady IuJufv.d"ITCHING
Charles Stadtfeldt, secretary of the
him about her plans for a great The dangerous political situation :
When Women Indiana Communist party, and Andrew -
musical center. But Mr. LaGuardiawill Remes of Indianapolis. All ended when the senate passed a

Need CarduiIf never know what shudders were released the next day. substitute' measure to revalue the

you seem to have lost some of would sweep from Ward McAllister's French currency but denied the gov- SCALP-
Chief Yates, who nad the back-
tour strength you had for :your pineal gland to his ernment's original request for full
,' '- favorite activities, or for j'our housework Achilles tendon if he could hear ing of Mayor Samuel O. Beecherand power to control price rises. DANDRUFF '

and care less about your Mayor LaGuardia say of the young the Terre Haute Merchants' as- The price fixing problem was For annoying ', /I' ,"-

meals and suffer severe dis- lady in question, "That Mrs. Astoris sociation, said neither,Browder "nor solved in this way: After devaluation itching and unsightly ."" ",' ,r; 1-
comfort at certain times try any other Communist" would be DandrUff
a nice, serious girl, thoroughly in be
Cardui! the government may given
,
permitted to air their party doc use Glov ,
,; Thousands earnest. the right to control prices for six 1
and thousands of
"' trines'over the local radio station; er's. Start today
fr':' women say it has helped them. To make this!: list complete, P. but David J. Bentall of Chicago, months by issuing decrees. These with Glover's

fr' By increasing the appetite, improving G. Wodehouse is on boars, one Browder's attorney, slipped into the decrees, however, must be sub- Mange Medi '"
{';'. digestion Cardui helps you who could and should describe this mitted to the national economic cine and follow .
; I I to get nourishment. Asstrength shipload of "important humanity" broadcasting booth and deliveredthe council for ratification. with Glover's ". "
his had "
returns, speech principal pre- Medicated Soap
t unnecessary functional going nowhere in particular for no From the Chicago Journal of for the shampoo. "
,
5.2 aches, pains and pared while Yates fumed outside
: nervousness just reason in particular, some in the Commerce is taken this plain state- Sold by all Drug ;: ,
t; seem to go away.f' the locked door. gisa. '
,: steerage, some "tourist" and some, ment as to what France's action Ra

with cabins on the sundeck, whose means to the ordinary American

names break up passenger list con- JUST as the maritime unions on citizen:

'rr.' tinuity to make room for the magic Pacific coast were about to "Reducing the amount ol gold

"; werds "maid, valet and chauf- gor. a strike that would have tied represented by one franc will mean

",F.". .'- r with -backache I ? feur." up the great shipping industry, the that the average American will be

if ., trouble was averted by the signingof able to travel cheaper in France

The contest between modern ships a fifteen-day truce between the than for the last two years. French 1
WHEN kidneys function badly and for the "Atlantic blue ribbon," or employers and the workers and the wines should be cheaper in this

>; with dizziness suffer a nagging backache, ocean championship, held at this nominal extension for sixty lays of country and women should be ableto
burning, scanty too
l" frequent urination and getting or up at moment by the British Queen Mary working contracts negotiated after buy French perfume for less. 4

night; when you feel nervous, supplies most amazing proof of mod- tht strike of1934. That should be true of nearly every- 21

.11 upset use tiredf s. ern engineering efficiency Consider The truce provides that maritime thing else that France exports to.

.' Doan's are especially for poorly that, in a race tcross 3.000 miles of unions at the expiration of the pe- the United States-unless this coun-

working kidneys. Millions of boxes water, the Queen Mary, after being riod, October 15, would either agreeto try hikes the tariff on French ex- AFTER YOU EAT?

we used every year. They are recommended beaten several times by the French arbitration of issues involving ports or French prices boom out of After you finish a meal can you be sure
the
neighbor! country over. Ask your liner Normandie, beat the latter wages and hours which 'are not set- proportion to devaluation. Indirectly of regular, successful elimination? Get

and took the' Atlantic blue ribbon tled, 01 relations with employers franc devaluation may keep rid of waste material that causes gas,
by a margin of less than half a would be broken completely. Americans from war as the act may acidity,headaches.Take Milnesia Wafers

mil p. across 3,000 miles of ocean. The negotiations, aandltd princi- be a wedge for currency stabilization for quick, pleasant elimination. Each
C Ming Kc WNU Servlc 20c 35c & 60c at drug stores.
magnesia. ,
all nations. I
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If cream or custard sauce :
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB curdles put the vessel in which it '

is cooking in a pan of ho1 water I'
1 1I
. _
H; and heat well. It will soon become t
I 5tron-minded people smooth again. I Better Yet

sJw' think a Aunt-You should always get
ys up from the table hungry.
When a recipe calls for maca- !
UitKout their Tommy-I do better than that
II I duid nce. roons and there are no more on ;
I I I'll be lost. hand, take a cup of drieo bread I always leave the table empty,

crumbs, one-half cup sugar and
I dont mind being 2 teaspoons almond flavoring, mix The Game f
xnaitffrrrrr l- L together and put in the oven to "What's your name?"
governed though get very brown. This cannot be "Marigold." .' '
i
As long as I told, from the real thing. "I said your name, not your
0 aim!I" ... '
2r never When preparing fruit salad .

r sprinkle bananas, peaches, pears
crossed. Unheard Of
and apples with lemon juice or
Washington.-Several years ago I but it is true, that there are about R:1ecA,1 marinate with French dressing as "When I was your age I went'to
expressed in these columns the conviction forty per cent of our farms now 00 soon as they are cut. This bed when I was told."
that one operated by tenants. In other discoloration from "Oh, Granny!" said the modern
prevents exposure -
One Thing thing America words, one out of less than three to air. child, "wherever was your per
farms in the United States is workedby ?" i
Needed needed was a con- WNU Service. Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. sonality ;
gress which a man who does not own it.

would cease attempting to amend a 'I

the law of supply and demand. The Some information was made pub- ii
observation was made in the midst lic the other day to the effect that

of the most depressed economic con- 85 per cent of the
: '" ditions that modern times had Press for newspapers of the QuerJioiwJffolIJeoJ6' WONDERFUL GfFlS

known and it brought down upon Landon country were sup-
head a vast amount of criticism. porting Governor b. '
my
Just for Naming This Picture of Dr. Dafoe
about Use two for turning a a ,
Readers wrote me at length Landon as against President Roosevelt spoons
the stupidity that I had displayedby in this campaign. I do not roast. A fork pierces the surface and the Dfonne Quins it

making such a statement. know the actual percentage and "I and allows thr juice to escape. 'J,;

i Reference to that circumstance is do not vouch for the figures I have f- aSandpapering 4,168 DIFFERENT GIFTS! / }> "
made here at this time, because it reported to you. But of this I am baby's shoes be- 6 CHEVROLET SEDANS '

is apropos again. It'is apropos be- certain: I believe that Governor fore they are worn prevents slip- 12O 42 FRIGIDAIRES RCA RADIOS2OOO '. r' ,

I' cause we are in a political campaign Landon does have more editorial ping and saves many a fall. CASH AWARDS OF $2 EACH aw ..
I f2 out of which will come either support than any presidential nom- 3,000 CASH AWARDS OF $1 EACH ,
the re-election of Franklin D. Roose- inee has had in the last six cam- To remove lime which accumu- L1T t

velt or the election of Governor paigns, with the exception cf Pres- lates on the inside of a tea kettle Today, more than ever the healthy,robust '' -' ... '
Dionne Owns are a glorious tribute to the /r q ..; t'
Landon of Kansas. The results of ident Roosevelt as a candidate in k .
boil a strong solution of vinegar finest methods of child-raising. Today, and ? ,, .
this political campaign are going to 1932. inside of the kettle, then rinse every day the Dionne Quins. have Quaker Oats. ., .
To bring this fact the attention of
to
watch : every .,
hinge to a considerable extent on It has been interesting to thoroughly before putting in mother Quaker Oats is making a sensational _
the attitude of the farmers of this the various important independent water.. offer 0$24,600.00 worth of wonderful FREE Cw A ;rttwM PIIotoe World N.SL' ; -::"'-
studied GIFTS!1...Just for the most original suitable s.rrice.1e. ,
country and if there is one segmentof newspapers as they have I names for this picture of Dr.Dafoe and the Dionne Quins Quaker )
the American economic structureto the two candidates this 'year and is offering 4,168 gorgeous prizes-6 Chevrolet Sedaas 42 Frigidaires
and demand have reached conclusions to the One-fourth.cup of bread crumbs 120 RCA Radios,1,000 prizes of$2 in cash and 3.000 prizes of$1 in I
whom the law of supply as and two tablespoons of water cashl Half of these will be awarded on October 30tb,1936.the other A_ L LFG
means more than to another, nominee they will support. I am half on December u. 1936....Your K&uCcrCU all the detAils of thisi' '
not now referring to hide-bound Re- added to each pound:of meat when sensational offer. See him today and find out how to enter...itmay ,
it is to the farmers.
mean a wonderful free gift for youl!
Now Democratic spokesmen are publican papers,, nor to newspapersthat preparing hamburg steak makesa .-_ _ __ -- d __ ..HSe
much lighter mixture. For sea-
I going about the country about talking relief support could the normally: ,more conservative be expected to of soning use,1 teaspoon of salt, one- Y- -drc- ;>>cerfor',: eta} s'ol Po ::Wm10rieoiH_ e Wonderful. l Fr (Gif st
conservation
about soil - P" "
the two candidates. I am thinkingof fourth teaspoon of pepper and
for the farmers, about anything and 1
one-half teaspoon of onion juiceto
that will give the farm: independent or distinctly Dem-
everything ers money. ocratic newspapers that have announced each pound of meat. Advertisements Will Save You Money

shout- their opposition to the
Republican spokesmen are
ing and waving their arms with Roosevelt cause. Let me' mentiona 1 0
to aid the farmer. few of them: The St. Louis
other
propositions .,..
Some of them probably are Post-Dispatch, the Omaha World :.;:;, ,4. '
workable and if workable' Herald, the Baltimore Sun, to men- t'
they are
l VYIJll 1 :i.'frf .lfl ,:1l
they must be considered construc- tion only three. f ;

a a ,<. ,. .N,. .. ..>. m/-.........<..,.....; } .. ,.., ." ... .<- W' ... ,.., ,.X. .
tive.But the point I am trying to makeis There was a great newspaper, one &$h.f: :: ;.. :.% ...... ..41. 1&fu, : ..,..,,... .. :A+:.A:} td: L..t......:: : .
that in the case of either can- of the greatest, that took a stand,
didate there is still too much of /:
for President
PADDY PLEASE HELP STOP BOTHERING HEY STOP THIS/
the idea of the of surface New York
superficial, Roosevelt a few MUST
US BUILD OUR BOAT- ME I CAN'T You THAT HAMMERING FAMILY
help, for agriculture.still In take other into Times days'ago.. I re-. IT'S FOR THE SHIP SEE I'M TRYING / WHY DOES THIS SPEND ALL. WEEK/
words the
New
programs fer to the
circumvention of the MODEL CONTEST AT TO READ HOUSE HAVE To THINKING/ / UP WAYS ''
Ii account some York Times. No can ever
one say ,
School. NEXT MONTH SOUND LIKE A TO ANNOY YOU Y
Q law of supply and demand. That that the New York Times ever has
statement is not wholly true of Gov- failed to arrive at its conclusions ., BET THEIR/ BOILER, FACTORY .;;: ON SUNDAY ;,:;"
ernor Landon's farm program, but without giving all factors concerned r : :{:::4 *v >" MOTHER PUT THEM ALLTHET/ME

unless the New Dealers come for- careful study. I am saying by this t, V UP TO THIS/ SHE }

ward with more than they, have that the New York Times is honest CANE BEAR TO SEE ; : .
thus far advanced, I think it can and sincere. But I must say at Y'}> You SITTING AROUND
be said their program offers noth- the same time that 'the New York t ENJOYING YOURSELF cftc .
ing more than a continued raid on Times has a background as an in- \ '
the Treasury of the United States stitution and it has a clientele of :
with no plans at all for correcting readers for whom it speaks and its
< q ,
underlying conditions. accessicn to the Roosevelt cause is ,: aPt. !sn 1i? FE :.
There was one phase of Governor a perfectly natural position for it

Landon's program, as advanced in to take. For years the New York
speeches at Des Moines, Iowa and Times has contended that America 1
Minneapolis Minn. that appealed to 7, .
should participate to a greater extent ti- -;
me. Brushing aside verbiage and in world affairs. It has con:; 1 ,ft '-

detail, Governor Landon basically tendedwithout exception,for policiesc 0r
I,: has in mind, apparently, a desire, : an internationalism with whicha
i to get the government out of the great many thinking people dis '
'
farmer's hair. He seems convincedthat agree. Its view, concretely, appearsto \
there are many things which be that we cannot correct depression -

the themselves'and farmers would will like do to for do them-for conditions nation unless wholeheartedly the. IF YOU WON'T HELP THERE YOU Go 'x IF YOU'D CUT OUT off, ALL RIGHT
United States
selves if the machinery upon which moves as in a the circle of THE BOYS WITH THEIR NEVER THINK OF COFFEE AND SWITCH X WILL JUST

they can operate is made available. governments that rule Europe and BOAT AT LEAST YOU ME; DO YOU? YOU TO POSTUM, A5 THE To SHOW YOU

Asia, especially in matters of an MIGHT LET THEM I KNOW I'VE GOT : DOCTOR ADVISED THERE'S A/OTH/NC5
I have been wondering, however, economic character.I WORK ON IT"! YOU A SP1ITTNSHEAPACHE/ }v I'M SURE YOU'P IN THIS COFFEE4'}}

how far. Mr. Landon will go in encouragement do not know what Governor. oLP TUE"M TO ,. / hsr' FEEL SETTERNERVES ra: BUNK.!

I of L a n d o n's pronouncements o n :r/. r3 U 5E5! I'M
WHAT DOES SNEL,4:1
Hits Root of the family .type foreign policy are going to be. ButI { >' / CARE Now BADLY YOU } SUNKPoSTUM

Farm Problem'' farms. You will have observed the policies that / FEEL-JUST 50 SHE ' ALWAYS DRIVES
remember that he have had the backing of the New CAN KEEP THOSE BoYS ;: : : ME OUT!
I spoke at length of family type farmsin York Times over a number of years SvsY AND our CE !
his Des Moines address. Person- and it seems' to me that they re- ; t0.{ 3:' HER WAY ?
ally, I feel that he hit upon a very sult in greater benefits to a limited v ; ..; ;: ;
important point. I think it is important class than to the country as a whole.I .

because it strikes at the am not, a rabble rouser; I do not : ,
root of the farm problem. link the New York Times with the

In discussing help for the man money-changers ,of Wall street as *
who owns or wants to own a small the demagogues describe them. It :
farm, Governor Landon surely is is just the perspective that I have (
proposing a program that will serve gained of the whole picture since I I \ a I /

this nation well because no nation have no axes to grind.In .
whose farms are widely owned by the case of those newspapersthat
j those who operate them can be have turned against Mr. Roose-

headed toward fascism or commun- velt, there is to some extent_a con-
ism. I'do not know how the Gov- sideration of local interests, circum- 30 DAYS LATER DAD DESERVESA OF COURSE, children should never drink coffee. I

ernor as President will be able to stances of concern to the communities PRIZE ANYWAY- I And many grown-ups, too, find that the caffein in
put the federal government behind which they serve, just as in THERE! SHE'S ALL HE'S BEEN A coffee disagrees with them. If you have headachesor

such a program, but it is to be the case of the New York Times. FINISHED/ AND IN PRETTY FINE indigestion or can't sleep soundly..try Postum.It .

I assumed that he had definite ideas The point is, however, that in the TIME FOR THE CONTEST; FATHER! SINCE contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat and I
on the subject or he would not have case of turning against! WIN HE SWITCHED
I newspapers TOO. BET WE A bran roasted and slightly sweetened.
boldly stated his position. My hopeis Mr. Roosevelt, their new positionsare PRIZE/ TO POSTUM !
WITH THIS/
miss coffee nt first, but after 30 days
that it can be done not with predicated on what to .Aff You may
appears
I government money, but with money me to be traditional American ONE, EH, BOYS ? "' -:- '
supplied from private institutions bases. That is to say, they are Postum comes in two forms-Postum Cereal, the
since there has been too much gov- adhering to the principles which I kind you boil, and Instant Postum made instantly

erment competition with business of believe to have been the foundation in the cup. Either wayit is easy to make, delicious,

.- the nation already. Further, regretful stones of American history. I haveno : economical, and may prove a real help.A product of ;
. Q as it is, the federal government quarrel with the attitude of that General Foods.F .
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has not and cannot have any func- school of thought that believes we ,
tion in that field for the reason thatIt should engage further in interna- R E E-Let.u tend :you your fir.t week' supply of
inevitably leads further into pol- tional affairs than we have done.It v 1 ? yk L .o. Giw:' fl 0L FostumrccSimply mall coupon. 0 t>,.. .. r. CORP.GENERAL .

,itics, further into waste and the is their'conviction and they havea 5 FOODS.Battle Creek Mich. W.A IO-IT-M
eventual destruction of the people right to it. Yet, it is not mine. Send me,without obligation a week'upply of DinstantPostum
whom the demagogues claim they I have said may times in these n0 a, a,.. 'Si 0 Postum Cereal (check kind you prefer).
are helping. columns that I will support any Name
The reason I have advocated this proposition that is good for Americaas
action so strongly is the fact that Street
a whole; I have contended con- ;+w
there are too many tenant farmersin Stat
for Americanism Citr -
sistently and the ----:-r-
the United States Fill in completely,print name and address.If .
now, far too
things which that means, and I have you live in Canada,.ddrcss .Gener.1Foods,Ltd.,
many. It fundamental. in my argued always for sound gov- >,,.. opinion, that this nation cart get on
with the present trend. It is sad, erment.C WciUrn N wipacr Unlom. '

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working / Know SUBSCRIPTION $::.00 A YEAH

a strong vote for the Democraticnomkiees Counselor and Attorney at Law I Your LanguageBy

Published every Friday in Clewiston, I successful.and However we believe, the dangers they'll be of Hopkins Building 1 i @
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, C. L. BushnellSchool
being too sure have been shown and Wednesdays and Saturdays I \

Inc. we can't afford to be caught nap- 9:30 to 4:00 International of CorrespondenceSchools English, Babcock for Senate : .

ping. It behooves every loyal Demo- I

crat to do his or her part to get I '" ,
Keathley Bowden, Editor ":>.. \V'S,<'"> : r; :
the voters to the polls on November origin of the word "candi-' W'' X,": ;..,<.'" :',, { ;:-;. ,''\':\V(1"("' ::;\\\.; II, l/r.H

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mail mat- a man campaignedfor : w
Entered as second class feel that no dis- !
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public office the '
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post: trict in any state has been better among Romanshe ,,\: 'Y7if :,:; J'1.i.A' > '<

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under i represented in Washington than has "candidatus wore a white" toga and was' called ': W -4f; ? .N')lI. meaning .clothed
HENDRY COUNTY one
the Act of March 3, 1897. i our district under Mr. Peterson. He in white." Our word "candidate" liitl: : ; < t

has been tireless in his efforts to derives directly .from the Roman

do everything possible and to grasp NOVEMBER THIRD IS THE DAY "candidatus." _!ifjff' ';:>:'?( '
Subscription rate $2.00 per year. tt: ..,. VNi's {
application. every possible plum in Washington OF THE .:. ;> >
rates
on
.Advertising I which would benefit his constituents. "Lend" is the verb; "loan," the wJt. WJM, @tt ; ;''.'
GENERAL ELECTIONEach Care :\ : : r ; t.i, . ]J I Glades ,county gave him a splendid noun. should betaken to avoid. WI ...W" ';;" /" ":? .

advancement and vote when he was elected in 1932. State, and confusing them: ; ;\>J7,9 "
Devoted to the National, County ;..:, ;.:.'..ft x : \
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lend ,
welfare) of Clewiston and HenJry I!r We must do so again and express District officer will be elected on dollar: : you me a ,:\\:'.\,'f> J>N")" 4:/ :'j:':::':;f,\: ,,.

County. Ij I I our appreciation for his work in that day.Remember. Wrong: Will you loan me a <\g>s"":'<,"\.<''lft.I..*..::';"A.on,3." '. .;./' ;;.,:.':<',h\?'N.1'\' :"\\'\'''

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Vote Democratic! ., ernorship, Hon. Fred P. Cone, is, as a privilege to vote. .. ;; PIJ. >>j.1-i':: s\{

we see it, in no danger whatever ... .,- 1\e'fd\:;' ,' ; ..
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The information list below I .B. MershonAGENT {;' f'lilB. .
from Republican opposition. For jour we "- '
Only a little more than two weeks ,., t !! .S
vote which 'gave..him the nominationwas the names of the DEMOCRATIC 1Jfr : z',

until the election. Let's try to make splendid and we feel that he will. Nominees, and lecommend them to ctVA; ,.@ X:; i'fi
Clewiston go 100% Democratic. :': .
roll up a much greater majority over :you and solicit jour vote and supporton '/t ''1tl1f '
New York Life .
his Republican opponent than he November Third. {f

Glades County's triple-murder case did his Democratic opponent in the I .}.'

is underway at last but so far away second June primary. Insurance CompanyARCADIA

that there is little local color except The Democratic nominee for the Presidential Electors:

that furnished by the witnesses and unexpired term' of the late Senator Fred AndrewsW. FLORIDA HOWARDCEBIBCOCI(

P. (Bill) Arnold .
the prisoners. Park Trainmell Judge C. O. An- '. '
Earle B. Askew
drews, has strong Republican opposition Cast
Three and a half million people Mrs. George M. Dorman NORGE REFRIGERATORS jour vote for a leader. Assure -
that party feeling that they : a busine,/f-1ik.-'J representation
Florida's exhibit this summer at Wallace N. Keith
saw have an opportunity to secure one Furniture and Home Furnishings at Washington. Work for
Cleveland.. And the greater portionof of the Senatorships in Florida be- Lloyd Z: MorganJ. practical state aril individual
that three and a half million will '' J.. Parrish Jr. PHILCO RADIOS rights. Guarantee -
'Judge Andrewswas future
cause of the fact that jour ,
be in Florida this winter.A nominated in a special primaryand Household FurnishingsInc. vote for

H. C. BABCOCK
was an unpopular candidate a-'
group of workmen have been For United States Senate: Republican Candidate for Senate.
mong certain groups. There is no I
for several weeks making Clew- Claude PepperC.
busy doubt that he was unpopular fora I BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, Paid Political 4.dv.)
-ston. : more and more attractive to O. Andrews -
time when he upset the dopestersand
< the visitor. Their work is particularly -
i marched in ahead of the popular

:. noticeable where vegetation Doyle Carlton. But that was in the 1
.', has completely covered concrete I FOI: Member Congress: i'f1jM;;
August primary and, whether Mr.
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.
; : sidewalk in places and these walks J. Hardin Peterson
I Andrews was supported then or not, \

have been "re-discovered". every loyal Democrat will rally to -----_.- -- SOLICITING YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR

his support in November.
Remember to vote for the first For ,Governor: .
From the state we jump to the
seven electors on the ballot if you, Fred P. Cones ,.. S. AD GRAVESDemocratic
National race with Mr. Roosevelt
wish to vote for the Democratic
seeking re-election to the Presi-
nominee for President the last seven V
;
dency over Governor Alf Landon, of
if you :irish, to vote for his Republican For Secretary of State .. '.
Kansas Uncle Sam has dealt most "
.
opponent. But of course no one R. A. Gray Nominee ForSuperintendent
kindly with Florida during the "
in Clewiston, we hope, will be Interested -
Roosevelt administration and it

in the latter instruction. would seem a most ungrateful hap- 'h..:, '
For State Treasurer: ,. ,
pening for Florida to go into the I of
"fElT" STATE ROAD W. V. Knott ,
Landon column. Not that anythingof .', 'd

the sort is anticipated but prov-
During the past few weeks county
ing that we must be ever on the "
workmen, have hauled marl surfacing For Comptroller: ..
alert. In South Florida, particularly: .... :. Public
from the experimental levee and J. M. Lee ? Instruction
I
there are a great number of Repub-. r1 .'=' ...:.;"t-' :
placed a Hew surface on Pacific Avenue licans or Republican sympathizers: ': : : ','

toward the sugar house of the ; fi'Fr .
who may wish to vote against any '
United States Sugar Corporation as State Superintendent: fi .
In The General ElectionNOVEMBER
thing Democratic at the first oppor Colin EnglishFor
far as the Barracks. An agreementwas
tunity. Some of these cannot be]
made with the State Road De- V
changed regardless of how good arguments -
3d
partment that if the county would
are advanced and the only
place the base for this road they Attorney General: ,
'
way to be sure that we will give our Cary D. Landis
would, apply the surfacing and thisis !
President loyal: support is to get out 9
expected to be done within a short; the Mr. Graves has served as Assistant Superintendent -
Democratic votes for him.
I I

time.Last week it was decided that a So let's all work to make Glades For Representative, Hendry County: for the past twelve months and has

county 'vote 100 percent Democratic.Do Elbert L. Stewart '
continuation of this road would be:
your part. -Moore Haven Demo- rendered efficient and courteous service.
in order and efforts will be madeto
crat.
have the road department make
For Sheriff
the same kind of a deal on the road :
H. L. Successful Experience Is Your Safeguard
from the sugar, house through Hook-! ..a..au..y.na........ Delaney

er's Point to Road 25 at the county'!' Doubtful Promises. .,
Against
line. Only the section from the In- Too Late To Classify ...."V ,
For Clerk Circuit Court:
1'istrial Canal bridge to the sugar
I! Wm. T. Hull
I .:use v-ill, hav ; to be surfaced by (Paid For By Friends of S. A. Graves)
ihe county. I 'By 'RJlSsell KayliiiiUpiiifliiiiif9il I I I.


Every year additional thousandsvisit i ( For Tax Collector: JtL g grJ :! 7
the sugar house from
every i
P. A. DoughertyFor
direction to watch the manufactureof I was surprised the other day to


*: badly raw needed sugar..and Surfaced if .the roads state can are I I' meet inent a business good friend man,of wearing mine a a prom-Lan- ..%**...*..*.%**.#4*.**%**....*............................................................................................................. .......................... .
Tax Assessor: 1- =
be persuaded to make this kind of I I don button. He had been what I con-
Dennis Small .
a deal it will be of great benefit to I sider a rather militant Democrat for 1 f 41.'.

the Clewiston area. many years and I was surprised.He s 'i'I' I .:.


I. ELECTIOXTwo ment and seemed like to the sense little my boy astonish-caught For County Supt. of Public Instruction -
!! I
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weeks from with the jam all over his face and S. A. Graves CLEWISTON fiOLF
next
Tuesday the sticky fingers, he began to stutter

qualified electors of the nation will I and stammer in his defense. "Yes", y

go to the polls to vote for the can- !he says, "I'm for Landon. I've beena For j jt
didate of their choice County Judge: s
regardless of good Democrat all my life, but I Bill Maddox COURSE '
party affiliation for local, state and can't stomach all this WASTE and I :: VV I '::
national offices.It : )
.t. .
is inefficiency. I I t. : I ..t.t .
a most important occasion; He was on his way to the bank For County Attorney: ," :: ..:: ,..< .!.
one for
,
which ..
every man or womanof .t. / '
and from the
looks of the bulky bank
Louis O. GravelyFor .t. ,.
legal voting age !!should be prepared. book in his hand he was preparedto I .t. I ..

Inside the polls if no other place make a pretty healthy deposit. He I,'t: : :!::
every man is equal and may vote to also had X
suit an insurance policy and Supervisor of Registration: I 1
himself ..
and
should vote for the '
stocks 't'II
some and bonds
he was fixin'to John L. Hall
;. candidates who he considers best put in his safety deposit box.

[::7 qualified most for him the in ones his who walk, will of life do and the in "If that ain't" play money you got (-Complete--list of--District- nomineeswill r.r !
hand
your I
says "you must
II
.
., those who will best guide be in this to the Public I
of the county, state and the nation.affairs ; be place.doin1 How some have business things over been at' goin'your ,\eek.) published, space, next ... Open ]

Fortunately we are not called up this summer?"

onto. express a preference 'in the He seemed to be relieved and f

county offices. Our Democratic pri- pleased that I made no comment on RE .'. .y.

manes ended that although these his political change and he beamingly f
c. candidates will have their SURE"TO y
names on launched into an enthusiastic V y
the ticket. From .t. '.
'
there
on up how- account of the big 'deals he'd closed .
: ever, the voters will 1
have
an oppor- this summer, and how good businesswas.

tunity to vote either Democratic or I "Now," he concluded "if we VOTENOVEMBER 1f

Republican for most of the important -'I can just settle down to work and cut 1

offices., J. Our Hardin Democratic Congressman out all this governmental WASTE THIRD :;: Moderate Green Fees :i: ,
Peterson
has
a and tomfoolery, everything will be I

Republican"opponent, as has our swell." :: Exceptional Fairways :?::
Democratic
nominee for Governor, "John", I says, "remember backin Democratic Executive I

term for United of Senator States Park Senator for the 1933, how ypu and I cried on Committee Hendry :?:: interesting GreensV :!:

.
Traramell and each
other's shoulder when
others i we got ... j .'
< the state as well as the'candidate down town I.
: ,for President that mornin' and found Count. r : I y.
the standard
the bank closed and how -
you swore ==
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:r bearer Franklin for D.the Roosevelt.I past four. years' Hon., ] you'd neverput another so-and-so- (Paid Political.. Adv.) II'r/to.. #**...**..**.***.***..4..**.***..**..**,*.***.**..**..**i**..*..***...**.**..*4tI' ......................-....-:..........................:..:.:....0.-.--z::>.
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: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1936 THE CLEWISTON !NEWS
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,//1 ................"...............................................................NNNNMMa .,..:.J Mrs. E. P. Beery and baby son arrived -I '!Sonny Vaughn, Janice Brantley,

I :;;: Personal Mention :*,; They have Saturday_taken from one Savannah of the Shultz, Ga. I School cl\efws I: Seventh Gloria McDuffie Grade Honor and Roll-Anne Pafford.

F"i:i: :': apartments.

...N.N..N..NIM. ......N.N.N.NIN. ..N..N..N..NIN. ..N.....N.N..N..N.......N.N'1.. Eighth Jimmie Grade Holland.Honor Roll- ;4czHuifLOkDA: ; ;

Otto Larsen spent Sunday visiting Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams returned Editor .................__.Ethel Willis Barbara Smith, Renee Wethington -

friends in Moore Haven.Dr. I last Friday from Wisconsin As.''t Editor ..........Tre'.I 'J1 Moltz Margaret VonMach and Julia

where they have been spending the Sports Editor ...._wHo). Hare Ann Oglesby.

summer.H. Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart Ninth Grade' Honor Roll-
R. V. Allison spent Sunday I
Mary Warren, Dick !
Patterson,1;] '
and Monday here with his family. ,
O. Peters left Monday for West I Louise Letter and J. D. Hooker.

Palm Beach to take up his work as First Grade News- Tenth Grade Honor Roll- |

Mrs. G. O. Wallace of LaBelle was head of the sub-office of U. S. Engi-| The first grade reading honor roll Bill Owen Billie Hooker and

visiting friends here this morning. neers there. Mrs. Peters and LaDeen I will appear in the paper each week. Bernice Guthrie. '

will join him there early next week. I This week's is as follows: Grant Eleventh Grade Honor Roll- I

Brewer, Kim Kolstad, Dickey Schif- Gladys Willis.
R. L. Saxon, of Moore Haven wasa
Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and daughter fli, Carline Berner, Lillian Golden, Twelfth Grade Honor Roll- I
business visitor here Wednesday.Mr.
Patsy, and Miss Eunice Meredith, Mary Ruth Johnson, Margie Mc- Ethel Willis, Bob Patterson and

turned Tuesday from Wilmington, Cracken and Ruby Dicks. Elva Alston. )
and Mrs. J. F. Tippey were
: Del., where they have spent the past First Grade Honor Roll- ---- D ii s1i
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday.
several months. Mrs. J. F. Tippey Kim Kolstad, Mary Ruth Johnson, SPORTS ,..;
---
and Mrs. Foster Meredith met themin Lillian "
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were, Golden and Ruby Ricks. The'Clewiston -
West Palm Beach. High School playedthe i
Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll-:
visitors in Fort Saturday af-
Myers
South ,
Bay girls Thursday af-
I Jo Ann Couch. Mary Louise Thomas. -
! :lernoon. MRS. ALLISON ENTERTAINS ternoon, October 8, in. diamondball.
I : Lou Mitchell I i
i Fay Peggy Lawler, .
WITH BRIDGE PARTY AT INN It was a very good game but unfor- i.j
Dorothy Mitchell, Mary Ellen Smith, '
Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Mrs. : '''
tunately the Clewiston 1
B. Rackstraw spent Wednesday G'j Mrs. R. V. Allison entertained a Pat Bailey, Sammie Ray Young Bob by a score of 22-11.girls The were Clew-defeated -' Stop at theflotelpatdcla ".1

Vest Palm Beach. number of friends Thursday after by Maynard, Gilbert McLeod, Harriet iston girls played well, it being their
Alston
with the Raymond Trice., Louise Prew- .
noon a bridge party at first this to'
S. L. itt, Ruth Emrich, William McCracken game year. They hope : :
Mrs. A. W. Sias and Mrs. Clewiston Inn._ get another game with the South)

Crochet spent Wednesday in West High score prize, a relish dish, Dean Holland, Nancy Wright, Bay girls soon and we hope it will

Palm Beach. went to Mrs. I. M. Pafford; second Berkley Ivey: Janice Norton, Billy II be more successful., 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE .
Maynard and Charles Benbow.
-- high, a glass pitcher to Mrs. W. C. The Clewiston town team defeated 1:I
I ;
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, son Prewitt; third, a bottle of perfumeto Second Grade Monthly Honor Roll- the Moore Haven town team Sunday -J ':j
All Outside Rooms With i
Francis, and daughter, Nancy, spent Mrs. M. R. Lawler and low to : Faith Mitchell, William McCracken in diamondball at Clewiston. It I.!

C c Saturday in West Palm Beach. Mrs. "'''. F. Simpson, a box of bath Mary Louise Thomas. I was a very bad day for the game be- Private Bath ;..,

powder.A Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- cause of rain but the Moore Haven COOL, CLEAN, QUIET '
J. J. Harrington returned Thursday baked meringue filled with ice Mayme Johnson, :Mamie Trice, team came over and the game was '.

'.. evening from an, extended business cream, cake and coffee were servedto Shirley Moon, Wilma Tingle, Noley played Most of the game was played Overlooking Biscajno Bay

: visit in New York City. : Mis. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. W. Geiger, Esther Brewer, Nora in the rain. They had to move the
C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
\ -- by and David Belcher. ogles-I field to where it wasn't so wet. The
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack an] Mis. F. M. Wright, Mrs. E. L. Third Grade Monthly Honor score was 5-1. Business Section..

]lr. and Mrs F. M. Sathre spent th Stewart, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. Wil- Nora Oglesby.

week-end in West Palm Beach. fred Lockhart, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Fourth Grade Honor Roll- I Those attending the Everglades RATES

--- Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. I. 'M. Pafford, Nicky Schiffli and Chri-stine Red-' Young People's Union in South Bay

7. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson art Mrs. M. R. ;Lawler, Mrs. J. B.' Dot- dish. Tuesday night were: Jimmie Hall, $1.50 Single "

"Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent' Saturday terer, Mrs. :J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. E. Fifth Grade Honor Roll- Trevalyn Moltz, Bobby Patterson,

,: in West Palm Beach. Beardsley, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.B. Eric Belcher Billy Redelsheimer, LeRoy Hare, Dick Patterson, Bill $2.50 Double

C. Flaniken Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Barbara Broadfoot, Mauryne Prew- Owen Ed DeMello, Bernice O'Neal,

,. I. M. Pafford and A. W. Lawrence Mrs. C. L. Downs and Miss Dorothy itt. Mildred Ward, Ethel Willis, Dot Special Family, Weekly &

attended a Kiwanis Convention in Lockhart. Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- Hare and Gladys Willis. Monthly RatesS.

LaKeland Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. Eric Belcher, Laurence Guthrie,
MRS. EZELLE ENTERTAINS
Charles Liles, Mauryne Prewitt. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
L. C. Miller and Mrs. S: W. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Fifth Grade News
: READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
;. Houser were visitors in West Palm Phillip McLeod 1JUST J
J. W' Ezelle entertained her has been away

Beach 1 Monday. _.... .. bridge club Wednesday afternoon from our class a week because of
with party at her home. : fever
Mrs. H. O. Peters wars a business
Mrs T. B. Shelley- received, the Sixth Grade News- I

yisitor in LaBelle Wednesday morn- nigh score piize, a luncheon seta On Friday, October 16, from 10:30to

ing. scarf was awarded to Mrs.. G. B. 11:00, the sixth grade will present ARRIVED

Thomas who was second high and their first chapel program. The ,
Mrs. F. L. Tatum of Lake Worth
the cut prize, a towel, 'went to Mrs.D. program will be as, follows; : TWO CARS INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZERS, MUCK AND SAND.
is the guest this week of Mr. am,
- I G. Alston. Mrs. H. C. Peters wasa Song, "Columbus" given by they I
:Mrs. Dean King. assembly Bible SULPHUR, LIME, MANGANESE, NITRATE OF SODA, ARSENATE
guest and was presented with a ; reading by Elbert
OF LEAD, BLUESTONE, PARIS GREEN, ETC.
Busbin
Mr.' and Mrs. J.. M. Couse of Moor towel as guest prize.A ; Recitation "Columbus" I

A Haven were the guests of Mr. and salad course, cookies and an James Brewer; "Rag Doll Dance,"
I '
1 Gloria SEED-WOODRUFF'S IDAHO BEANS, LITTLE MARVEL PEAS,
iced drink McDuffie and Elizabeth
Mrs. W. F. Simpson Tuesday even- were served to: Mrs. H. '
.
ing. 0. Peters, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Winn; Play, "School Room P lS", { CABBAGE, SQUASH, ETC.

-- G. B. Thomas, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Ann Pafford, Pearl ,Bembry, Janice' FEED-STOCK AND POULTRY

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg, Mr Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. Pafford Brantley, Sonny Vaughn; Charlie I
and Mrs. Dean King and Mrs. F. I.. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler. Ivey and Paul Scpuck; HAMPERS AND SUPPLIES

Tatum formed a fishing party to "Pillar Fight" by Elbert Hooker; I CLEWISTON FERTILIZER & SEED CO.
,: Fort Myers Sunday. AIRS.: H. O. PETERS GIVEN: song, Quinton Smith. Everyone is .invited -
.' FAREWELL: PARTY TUESDAYMrs. and we hope that our parentsand Warehouse: A. C. L., formerly operated by Chas. E. Miner

friends will W. B. CATE, Prop.
come out.
l Capt. G. E. Linkswiler returned '
I I. M. Pafford entertained Sixth Grade Honor Roll- CLEWISTON FLORIDA
; Thursday evening from a visit of
;;; ,: three weeks in West Point, New I Tuesday afternoon with a delightful 'Elbert Hooker, Charlie Ivey, ,
bridge party honoring Mrs. H. O.
,
; : > York and points in Connecticut.I I
i
., Peters who will leave next, week for
L Mrs. Cecile Brooks, Miss Lois I West Palm Beach to make her home.

.'t,.' Moses and Robert and Lynn Yoder The high score prize, a serving
I
\' of Moore Haven visited friends here dish, went to Mrs. M. R. Lawler; the
.
'. Sunday evening. low score prize to Mrs. J. G. Niblack

a box of preserved fruits and the cut

v.' 1\ i's. J. B. Dotterer and daughter, prize, a box of assorted wash cloths, SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

f.. : Sherry, Mrs. G. S. Mobley and 1\1rs'l to Mis. B. C. Flaniken. A box ofstatione'ry

,' ;; G. B. Rackstraw spent Tuesday was given to Mrs. Peters.
af-I A delicious congealed salad, sand- 1
,; ,:: "_ ternoon in West Palm Beach. I
t>:. ," I wiches, cakes and coffee were serv
.
,
f:: Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and daugh ed by the hostess to: Mrs. L. C. Miller : Record of Dividends ofClewiston
.. ; :
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J. ''. .. ,
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F ter, Jean, returned Sunday from a Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. R. N. I t .. .
'
i visit of several months with relatives Smith, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs., B. ..:.: :. ;. : ? :: Home Building Association
:.c. in Ohio. C. Flaniken Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. : '

, ... M. T. Ironmonger, Mrs. S. W. Houser <'\ 'h';":; ) \ RATE RATE

Miss Olive Laurenson, Miss Ruth Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. E. .

-., Mixon, Mrs. F. M. Sathre and Mrs Yenawine, Mrs. C. L. Downs and the : "/- YEAR .PERCENT PERCENT
V honored r C ) ;3t3 t3
guest.CATHOLIC
noon J. E. in Butler West spent Palm Saturday Beach. after- 1928 5.5 6

,
.
MEN'S CLUB ; ,. d',: 1 1929 .-'.-, .7 1 1934 6

Mrs Keathley Bowden spent sev MEETS AT RECTORY ;. .. ,. 1/ ., :::) :; ,, '
: ,
: 1930 ; ;" 4 1935 .6 .
eral days last week in Canal Point ,,4P .; ,.. .
The Catholic Men's Club held ':.'. '''' .
:,' as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. their regular :Monday night meetingat ,t ,- ...., ,,;, ,-, ::> 1931 1 : -. 4 1936 6. -

Lovvorn. .
the rectory with a small attend- : .- 1 1932 ".::.\". 'f'.,-' 6 :. "' )

ance 'due to the inclement weather .' "" :
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Miss : : :. .. .
and A financial report was prepared ii 7' > .. ; : ; : : :
Ulla Jacobsen attended the regular ... .. ;.. :
and ways and means of financing a
.
.
! Eastern Star meeting in Moore Hay '
new organ for the church was dis- .
en Thursday night. CALL BY THE HOME
cussed.

Carawan Nelson left Thursday Following the business meeting I BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
there was a short social period. .
night for Jacksonville after spending Invest your savings for safety and a good :. ':THING TOMORROW AND

Engineer several office.weeks in the Clewiston JEAN YENAAVIM3 CELEBRATES return. Home Building has never paid l' TALK THINGS OVER.

I FOURTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ; ;., : ,

Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis returned Mrs. M. E. Yenawine entertained -..'
In these of reduced interest : '
days on savings '
:
-<. to Clewiston this week after Wednesday afternoon with a partyat ,. ,
-
pending the Past several month, her home honoring the fourth accounts and reduced returns on other ,

, in western states. birthday of her daughter, Jean. '
r forms of investment Home Building offers (
Balls and baloons were given the ., '. .
...,
Mr. and Mis. A. A. Munroe celebrated little guests as favors and refresh the conservative, thrifty investor the in- '.

their twenty-fifth weddingannfverBary ments of ice cream, cakes and can- >
best'suited his needs. Investigate
vestment to
Q Monday with a dinner dy were served at the conclusion of

party at their home. a series of games played on the Clewiston Home Building Asso- -


Mr. and Mrs.--J.--L. Leslie, of Ce- lawn.Those present were: Kay Bowden, ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME
.
,::. dartown, Ga. arrived this week for 'Shirley] Owen, John Schiffli, Emma little as $5.00 per month or as much as

an extended stay with Mr. and Mrs Jane Ezelle, Bobbie Lawler, Bobbie BUILDING
A. L. Morgan. Smith, Clark Ironmonger, Skippy $1,000.00 J in a lump sum, you'll find a
ASSOCIATION
Ccthr-rn, Richard Knight, Patsy Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.
Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned Su''- Moiedith, Charles and Rachel Miner -. PHONES 102103I

day from a hospital in Miami wher j Corrine VonMach, Patricia Ann .
.
!#,she! was operated upon recently Prewitt, Jean Collier, Volney Rob- .

,.' She .Is reported; to be convalescing lns, Robert :Wiandt and H. 'T. "
v!'rapidly from the operation. 1 Vaughn, :Jr.' ', .
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Belief in Ourselves


\ATHEN we believe in ourselves @ I
DRIVE YO UBALMER V Y :

DRAGONS we teach and and in practice others, when The 7 r

Golden Rule-when we smile :. j
in defeat and never repeat the

things that harm others-when I*f
;
we do the right thing at the I

By right time, and then keep on

doing this thing, we grow; and
'I'
when we grow, somebody is

Balmer "WNU Service bound to need our services.
Copyright by Edwin I


A man in ripe age is like a t
CHAPTER XIContinued18 uilty men with rich and powerful to keep on. Now he's at the end of It me another minute, will you? Sit sword in a ship window. Men

friends, who however, were themselves What's our next move? I don't know." down again. That's right. Now that look upon the perfectbladedo

helpless to save them ; and so they Even Agnes' sense of security was I've nothing to say. But I can't let you not imagine the process by
out from -
They were still two days had sought-Cathal O'Mara.As shaken. go. What in hell will I do? '. Go which it was completed.-
read In the
Sandy Hook when Agnes the train entered Chicago she Jeb phoned ; and this was as it had over it again with my wife? Or sit Henry Ward Beecher.e.e..e.

radio news an explanation. Philip sought alterations In the physical as- been a year ago. with her and not go over it again

LInsdale had brother of Arthur Linsdale pect of the city to correspond 'to what "Hello, Glen I Hello I 'This Is old And my daughter! Damn it,

who shot himself, was Indicted times Lord how I like O'Mara You went to college too did
here had happened. There were none. it .I'm ;
....
with other officers of his companyfor ..
two
When they stopped under the station alone in my office and on my private you study Shakespeare? He said

misappropriation of trust funds. traIn-shed and stepped down, wire, so we can talk. What's too many things too well. ,To pat for
He had been jailed In, Chicago and released -
bond. then the change was sufficiently de- ,the matter with you, Glen? Who's you-you can't forget them. The Mind By
on a fifty-thousand-dollar "' ,
clared. there? 1 have lived long enough; my LOWELLHENDERSON
Another brother, Emery, 'had fled to of life Is fallen into the the
She saw it, first, In the face of "Nobody's here. way sear, Meter
Canada.As "Then tell yellow leaf' Know It, O'Mara?" e
Davis. She halted on the train-step; me a little of what It

few then she sprang down and ,went to him means to be back to me." "Yes, sir." Bell Syndicate-WNU Service.
there were few on the ship, ", 'And that which should
"It's accompanyold
and kissed him. Her sister was there. so different Jeb.

stood on the dock awaiting the land- She kissed Bee. "All right, Bee? All "Not so different I'll show you. age, as honor love, obedience, ..............._........_

Ing."There's right?" I'm coming right out, to cheer you up." troops of friends, I must not look to
Father I" said Agnes, and have.: That's if The Syllables TestIn
"Of course. Hello, Mother!" "I don't want cheering up Jeb. me, even you get me
felt choked as she waved at him. "You certainly do." off, O'Mara. Do you suppose my brother this test there are two columns -
Jeb was there; her father had said
Her mother saw him, and that he he might be. "Tomorrow then, please, J eh." was right-my brother Arthur? He i of syllables. Take a syllableout

was safe. Tricie wondered whether Jeb had changed but not enough. '"Why the devil tomorrow? Why not 'should have died hereafter.' That's an- of the first column and unite .

"Cash" might be lurking elsewhere now? Why-" other great,line, O'Mara. Macbeth said it with one in the second column x:
More ought to have happened to him,
along the dock to look at her. Tricie If so much had happened to Davis. She did not know why, except that it of his wife when they told him she to form a word. When you are

conquered this feeling before the gang- But she kissed Jeb and he kissed ,she could not feel like having him was gone. 'She should have died here- finished, you should have ten com-

plank was down, and she went to the ; cheer her up by reassuring her of his after.. Arthur should have stayed. He plete words.
her twice and held her.
arms of her husband.He fortune; she did not feel like meetinghis was far the best of us. He was twiceme First Column Second Column
She could feel he excited."What's .
kissed her, and she clung to him; was claim to kiss her and hold her. twice my brother Emery, In Can 1. bar 1 gest

then, feeling him release her, she let the hurry, Glen? There's no" Her father came home: "When'll Jeb ada. Come tomorrow night early 2. out 2. ploy
one else here. Stay with me. now. and stay late will O'Mara?"
,
him go."Hello. be along, Light One? you 3. ex 3. sion

Light One I" He caught his "Not tonight. Cathal drove slowly from the house. 4. tac 4. den

daughter and kissed her. i ii ii ir it Her' father gazed straight at her. He could not let the man whom he 5. mis 5: port

His wife watched him, her eyes "All right he said. "Your business." had left hear him hurrying away. 6. gro 6. gain

never leaving him. She was tremblingfrom The talk at the table; and later, Agnes at last heard his car. 7. con 7 tics

her contact with him. He, turnedto while the family stayed together, care- She was In white as he had left hera 8. sud '8. 'ject

her again, after he let their daughter fully avoided discussion of their own year ago, and so he saw her. 9. em 9. look

go. situation, but It dwelt on others'andthe "I couldn't come sooner," he said. 10. sub 10. cer I

"You're older, Bob," she said bluntly. Linsdales' particularly. And this "I know," she said. What was this Answers

brought mention more than of I man to her when the sight of him
"Yes, of course-a year, he tried to once, 1. bargain. 6.
and his voice after so stirred grocer.
a year, _
their lawyer.
say lightly, but he did not like it."That's 2. outlook. 7. congest.
her?
1 "Your friend's tackled
all. a tough case,
6 Her father asked : "How's Phil Lins 3. export. 8. sudden
"Just older, Bob?" she challengedhim. Light One. 4. actics. 9 employ
dale tonIghU""He's
She had to demand It of him It was nine o'clock when Cravath
mission.. 10. subject.
not changed much since they ,
Immediately, at the very moment of / announced to Agnes : "Mr. O'Mara
e released him ball-and he burled
on
meeting. Nothing else mattered In Yy asks for you on the phone"Agnes "

comparison. He knew what she, meant. Jumped. his brother. Floats 6,500 Miles
"He can't be !1" Beatrice
really guilty
"
Had he become only older through "He's at Phil Llnsdale's, probably,
Glenelth protested. "He can't be !1" Floating 6,500 miles in five
this of trouble ,and separation? her father said, 'watchIng her. "Phil
year Cathal looked at her and thought of years, a bottle has been picked up
Otherwise was he unchanged? Was he N certainly leans on your lawyer, Light
long, long ago-11 months ago before in the Bahamas and returned to
One.
continuing to draw those checks to- 4 any of this had happened, and It bad the navy hydrographic officer at

Cash? I e Agnes turned slowly and went been Myrtle Lorrie who had required Washington for record-making

r- He, answered her. If she had to ask straight to the phone. What was he defen lng. purposes. It was thrown into the

":. him there on the dock, there she had to say t'o her? And she to him? "Why he.said. sea off the coast of Virginia in

-: a right to know."I He said: "Yesterday morning I read "They 'accuse him of stealing funds. 1930. Hydrographers say that in .e1

suppose I'm poorer, Tricie" he at last that you had landedyourmother Mr. Llnsdale would never steal. It Is its journeys, the bottle has twice

said, and smiled ruefully. U and you." Inconceivable. He Is a friend of ours. crossed the Atlantic.

.' "Father," said Agnes quickly, "how's 4ti "Yes" she' said, "we did." What did -I have n_, known Mrs. Linsdale for years.

Bee?" he mean by "atlast"? Had he been "Yes," said Cathal. "She told me."

"Dark One's fine Light One." reading the papers all year for report Davis said nothing. He had risen LEANS APPAREL.AHYTHIHG

" "I came on account of her, Bob," his of her return? and shaken hands 'with Cathal, and

;'' wife cast at him gratuitously. She i "This afternoon the papers said you then lapsed into his chair. LEAVES NO RING.NOQDDRAlt

Ii:. knew that her daughter In September are home." Cathal O'Mara was changed too. It

:., was to bear her third child. "My place "Yes." was not that his consequence was increased OftUMlSTS

" seemed to be with her now. Are you "So tonight I am at one of your She felt that but not from 30c40c

',., going home with us?" "You Heard About the Linsdales neighbors." him ; it was in the attitude the others tSSc

Bob nodded. "This afternoon. You He Offered Another Topic. "Staying there?" said Agnes. What took toward him. Bottles

" heard about the LIns-dales?" he of- was this ,man to her? It was hard There had been nothing: tonIght-.
But she freed herself from him and '
, fered another topic, for her to speak. there could have been nothinglikethe
' turned back to Davis, and pulled him Flat PunsA
; "Arthur Linsdale killing himself!I" "No. I'm leaving now." moment they had shared In the
down to her and kissed him on his pun that is "built up to"
" Beatrice said and caught her breath ; "Will you come here? breaking storm under the lightning on
tight-pressed lips. lacks most of them do,
- she almost told her husband that, hav- Agnes returned to .her family "He's the shore. They remained with her savor;

',' ing heard, she had hurried home to "See here, Jeb complained.IIHe's coming here," she told them. family, but she' did not want him to anyway."
married. And I think I'm pretty goodto
him. "Tonight?" demanded her mother. go; he arose, however, and she went to

t. "And Phil indicted, and Emery In come to meet you. "Now." And she left them again, the door with him. There they were

: Canada. Do you know who's to defend "You are, Jeb." But she could not and stood near the door. alone. Why LaxativesFail

Phil Linsdale?" feel for him at all. Had somethingmore At the Linsdales', Cathal\ returned "Twill be strange" he said, gazing

t "Who said Agnes. happened to Davis today? from the telephone to the study, shutoff down at her, "not to be watching the In Stubborn

4 "O'Mara. He's getting a lot to do Agnes asked Bee this' as soon as from other rooms, where waited social columns tomorrow. All year I've

; these days. He can't take half the she got her sister aside. "No ; why?" the man 'threatened with imprisonmentfor bought every paper, every day, for ConstipationTwelve

cases coming to him." said Bee; and Agnes knew he had the rest of his life chance of mention of you. Now you'llbe tp 24 hour is too long to watt

' "From women shooting their husbands broken so gradually that those with The "room was dark, save for a staying home?" when constipation relief from U needed clogged, for bowels then enormous and-

;c, ?" Beatrice asked. him scarcely realized it cone of yellow light from the shaded "Yes," said Agnes. "Wouldn't you?" quantities of bacteria accumu-

Bob shook his head. "From people Her father did not proceed home lamp over the accounts and records "I would," he said, quite soberly many late, causing restless, sleepless GAS, indirection mohts.$ and

',: you'd never figure would get Into trouble with them. He and Jeb went to their they had examined together-over and "Especially regarding your brother-In- take If you a liquid want REAL compound, QUICK such RELIEF as Ad-, '

Tricie, and are exceedingly likely, offices ; and: Davis departed to his., over, and would never finish. Phil law." lerika. Adlenka contains SEVEN ca- .,

, unless Agnes' friend saves them, to Before long they heard Baskerville Linsdale sat 'pushed back just beyondthe "Davis." Agnes almost whispered" that thartio act and on the carminative stomach and ingredients BOTH

" spend their next ten or twenty years baying; a moment later they were before edge of the light his name. "How I did he look to you? bowels. Most "overnight" laxatives
Cathal answered In one word: "Des- contain one ingredient that acts on tho
the house and Selma stood witha O'Mara'1""Yes.
"Going now
, In Leavenworth or some other Government lower bowel only.
i jail. little boy on each side of her, wav- sir. Godd.night" perate." Adlerika' DOUBLE ACTION gives
TO BE CONTINUED) your system thorough cleansing,
Give (
ing. "Not for a minute, O'Mara. bringing i out 013 poisonous waste mat.
1 CHAPTER XII Agnes and her mother were home. I ter that may have caused GAS pains!
t" our stomach headaches and sleepless
nights for months. .

,,, Change! I "It's a dizzy world," observed Bee, Brazil Larger Territorially Than once Adlerika and usually relieves removes stomach bowel GAS congestion at.
: loosening her clothes and lying backon in less than two hours. No
.
' I
' Bee out of her house and back home, Combinedruled for overnight results This
her bed. "One can't start at any- United States and Alaska waiting
c With Davis and her babies. It was one famous treatment has been recom
thing however at the mended doctors and drug.
:1 praiseworthy by many
: thing to contemplate It when you were gists for 35 years. Take Adlerika ens.half .
and
her
be
moment sure enterprisewill
;' abroad; another to lie In your berth Brazil larger territorially than the in Brazil until 1831, when he hour before breakfast or one hour
while
still be considered creditable before bedtime and In a short
[,' on the train and know that tomor- when It's accomplished." United States and Alaska together, Is was succeeded by his son, Dom Pedro you will feel marvelously refreshed.
row morning your sister to whom Leading Druggists.
.
H.Both
"You ?" said far the general
:, mean Agnes."I In effect new so as
this had happened, would meet you. do, my child. The world no longer knowledge of the world goes, yet In these reigns not only retardedthe
Change. A change In Father, more of Brazil but
development ,
groans for Increase. It doesn't want history is very old for the western cultural
than that he was a older, and SMALL SrE LARGE SIZE
year something EI
any more children, or cotton or when: hemisphere writes Marc T. Green in were a reversion to very ct S $1.20recognlitd
He had lost 60c
poorer. something. A
con or railroads. or any of the good old the Christian Science Monitor. Portuguese like medieval despotism and oppres-
fidence, a certainty. Changes for the
and of the common people. During,
products improvements that the wanderers landed on its shoresat sion
all of these.
worse, best citizens used to pray for."You've the beginning of the Sixteenth them there came those enormous importations : -
But there was a change for the better very
from Africa which
lovely Instincts, darling, of slaves
1502 Goncalo '
As early as
t century. O
,
which Agnes felt; and It playedIts the Dark One added, reaching her sailed Into the matchless har- were in large measure responsible for X A.
Goelho
In A Remedy for Rheumatic
part keeping her stirred and of blood and racial -
hand to her sister. "It's lucky mixture
you the present
Janeiro. Blood
wakeful. bor of Rio de and Neurltlf lufferen. A perfect
don't indulge them." of characteristics in Brazil. For an Purifier. Make thin Blood Rich ind
For three quarters a century
A change in Cathal O'Mara, ratherIn "Bee, how bad are things for us?" thereafter Brazil or rather the strip overwhelming majority of the popula- Healthy Build Strength and Vigor. ..&

his regard. It had been declared "Well, Father probably still has 'a col tion Is either part colored or part In- Alw.y. Effective Why luffer? !II
the was a Portuguese
when her father mentioned him; and little; not much, but maybe more than I along sea, becoming mis- dian, with hundreds of thousands possessed ..AT,,:.IIIliXcteIeJmt'IIIc; ..STORESWE
Then Spain, now
now the Chicago newspapers which he owes. Thank God, Jeb got him Into : ony. of both bloods. _
of the seas, took It over onlyto
Agnes had procured In New tress
York
a big block of Insull stuff; and that's extent to which this
in 1640. But the very
by Portugal
It regained
made It manifestShe see
been standing up. Father's got It at in the Nineteenth centuryit slave trade had grown became Its ultimate WANT WOMEN USER AGENTS
read about the Llnsdale affairs the banks; but they give him moneyon Until early !
.
remained part of the ever dwindling death blow.Everybody Sell B-ETTES, the newest method .f Military
and the demand for the return a
of It He'll keep going; but he's In no protection.Safe,comf.rtabl.edori.Uand.fflol.nt
Emery Linsdale from Canada Portuguese colonial possessions. protection without pads You
: "Mr. shape to put up a quarter-million to
B-nTES.Sell them yaurfrlends.
\lIllkCl
O'Mara promised an answer tomorrow. save us again. Father bought him out Then' Dom Pedro I, In exile In the Sell It They will yourobusiness thus WU their

Mr. O'Mara says This was of the original mess; but not even Azores Islands, found confronting him In Cologne one can buy Eau de friends You expands twelve

denied by Mr. O'Mara." Father can do It now. After Father the choice of returning to Portugalas Cologne not only In drug stores souvenIr orthlrteeatlnteaperyear.build iitt fork'ou.1Thissrepeatsoityelf. Profits Incrcasincly -

He represented and defended- men re- paid his debts, Davis got his new start sovereign or of going to Brazil as shops bookstores, hotels and largo agent's Send proposition.SSo for trlalpackare We will credit andaskfor

cently among those first In the city, by borrowing on his life-Insurance; the first emperor of an Independent railway stations, but also from sidewalk -- you with$9o on your initial acrent's order.

accused but of Infinite possibilities. He peddlers : Address B-ETTES CO. Inc., DuBois Penna.
men not yet pronounced and he's borrowed the limit since then nation .. '
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Mark Wasn't a ,IMPROVED Foreign Words t
Just
,'. Very Particular Chap UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL and PhrasesA

1 TT IS not
Mark Twain once visited Jimmy SUNDAY tout prix. (F.) At any price; lasting :

Whistler's studio and, assuming Lesson whatever the cost. perjury, and ;

I I an air of hopeless stupidity, ap- Brutum fulmen. (L.) Ineffec- may,

proached a picture which Mr. By REV. HAROLD L,. I-UNDQIJIST. tual thunderbolt. once, and
Whistler had nearly completed."Not Dean or the Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago. Chevalier d'industrie (F.) A from hope, a
at all bad, Mr. Whistler; Western Newspaper Union. swindler; sharper; an adventurer.Deus ing
not at all bad. Only, here in this trays their charity.'I
vobiscum! (L.) God be
corner, said :Mark, reflectively, fall into
with ;
Lesson for October 18 you
"if I were you I'd do away with
For in
In medias res. (L.) Into the as I
that cloud. and with that he kind
midst as'of the j
a subject.
rubbed a finger lightly over the THE SPOKEN AND THE have the I
/ offending cloud. WRITTEN WORD Mauvaise honte. (F.) False
modesty.Nil the grounds )
"Gad, sir!" cried Jimmy. "Do actions should
LESSON TEXT-Acts 17:1 5.11: I Thes- admirari. (L.) To wonderat
be careful there! Don't the
you see salonlans 2:712.GOLDEN .. -
paint is not yet dry?" TEXT-The Word of God Is nothing.

"Oh, don't mind that," replied quick and powerful and sharper. than any Pate de foies gras. (F.) A pie A soul
two-edged sword. Heb. 4:12. of fat goose livers.
Mark. "These gloves I'm wearingare Read for .
PRIMARY TOPIC-When People' no room
Ecce. (L.) Beh ld. of it." ;
old ones.-Kansas City Star. the Bible. good ,
JUNIOR TOPIC-The Power of Jesus',

Name. ,
.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC .-'
"Old Oaken Bucket"in
-How May I Win Others to Christ?
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
Colorful PanelSo
-Evangelism and the Bible. a '

.. :i.
The persecution at Philippi servednot dear to our hearts-the tune, >"

to discourage Paul and Silas, "Old Oaken Bucket," and now,

but rather to send them forward a wall''panel in its memory, which

into new territory with the gospel every one of us will ,want to em-
message. '''Passing through two. broider for spring. Such a home- !'

! I cities they came to Thessalonica, like scene, this, which is planned F'r
then as now a. city of considerable ;

importance. After a successful

('f'- though stormy ministry there they .-- .
;, journeyed forty miles to Berea, -.- "a

I Beware of the Bad where the Word was gladly received.The .,

A good driver must not expecttoo portion of our lesson from 0- I
.
many others to be. the Book of Acts relates how the
Word was preached and receivedin

these two cities, and the excerpt .
LOOSENS TIGHT SCALP n't let '.,
from the letter which Paul later F a ;
Massage pure, snow-white Moroline into wrote to the Thessalonian church 7 .

your scalp to loosen it; prevent dryness and shows what' manner of life the '4.
dandruff. The lOc size contains 3M times live rater .
preacher sought to among
.I. as much as the 5c 6::e.. Demand Moroline.. them.I. .:..r r -'c,,," ',

Preaching the Word (Acts 17; .1, ;: ..). \. 1!i
M tch :
C
I 5-8). youunprepared.
SNOW .WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY J
Paul's experience at Thessalonica

II I I presents an excellent illustration of -J
Faith's Work 1. How the Word should be .

Faith may create mountains as preached (vv. 1, 5-8).

I well as move them. This section is incomplete with-

out verses 2-4, which are omitted l
but shouldbe Pattern 1067 .
from the printed portion "

A Three Days' Cough included in the study of the for quick embroidery, with single

I Is Your lesson. Notice four things concern- and running stitch used mainly, -1: : CHANGE TO !s"::,'J= :-'f' 'f

i Ii; Danger SignalNo ing his preaching.a. and only a smattering of French i }I: :
The place (v. 1). Paul wentto
knots. No frame is needed-just a '
'
matter how medicinesyou
have tried for your many cough,chest the synagogue, not by chanceor lining. ti1 Q Vi' STATE'a: i .::

cold or bronchial irritation, you can because it was a great religious Pattern 1067 comes to you witha .. .. .
get relief now with Creomulsion. holiday, but because it was his transfer of picture t.t 1)J
pattern a :
I ti you Serious cannot trouble afford may to be take brewing a chance and "custom." The-synagogue was the 15 by 20 inches; a 'color chart and t i WINTER 0/1 1m"
and there
center of Jewish worship
with anything less than Creomul key; material requirements; illus- ]
, sion, which goes right to the seat Paul met those who were ready to trations of all stitches needed.
r'I of the trouble to aid nature to receive the Word of God. coins "
Send 15 cents in
or
soothe and heal the inflamed membranes Some Christians are content to stamps tr r ::1
(coins preferred) for this patternto .
the Jnrraiixv'nviritix'i1J4linwv.CvrwwL9lAG'wl'Y
'0' as germ-laden phlegm remain comfortably in church and .ur.r:::bL: irtii
Is loosened and expelled. The Sewing Circle Needlecraft'
r I Even if other remedies have forget to go out into the highways Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
i failed, don't be discouraged, your I and hedges, but there are others N. Y. Give your car the protection of Quaker State I
druggist is authorized to guarantee who have become so accustomedto .
Creomulsion and to refund your going elsewhere that they neglectthe Write plainly pattern number, Winter Oils and Greases. Specially refined .;
j
if not satisfied with 'your name and address.
money you are
results from the very first bottle. opportunity for spiritual min- to flow freely at low temperatures. yet ]
Get Creomulsion now. (Adv.) istry in the church.b. .
right with the stamina to stand up under hard /J la
The method (vv. 2-3). "Rea- Under the Ashes
'
; But a Virtue soning from the Scriptures." No Which of us that is thirty years driving. Retail price 35$ per quart. .:;:

I Meekness is the weakest of the better method has ever been de old has not had his Pompeii? Quaker State Oil Refining Co., Oil City, Pa. :1
vised. It is God's method. Let
virtues. Deep under ashes lies life, youth, ,
back to exposition of theScriptures"opening" >
us get
I them to men the careless sports, .the pleasuresand '
\ passion the darling joy. -
,
in the "
Up Morning settingout
I and women, "alleging, or

I'' Feeling Fine in order the truth. Thackeray.
c. The sub j e c.t (v. 3). He .1
I The refreshing relief so many folks preached three fundamental doc- .

'I I say they get by taking Black- trines-the atonement, the resurrec-
Draught for constipation makes .", ..
tion and the deity of Christ. Scripture \
I ,
! them enthusiastic about this famous purely Y :1
\ I vegetable laxative.BlackDraught preaching will be doctrinal.d. r .Nr ; k 6 .
, i puts the digestive tract Faithful REMEMBER? THE WONDERFUL 'r
The result (vv. 4-8) :
i II In better condition to act regularly, every
I day, without your continually having to preaching of God's Word brings one SOUPS WE HAD IN THE '
I take medicine to move the bowels. of two results in the hearts of men THIS IS SOUTHERN COOKINGYOU'RE j,
Next time, be sure to try y
. -they are either "persuaded" and -; SOUTH. THIS.:, SOUP TASTES _
.
PRAISING PHILLIPS
converted, or they become angry ) i
JUST LIKE THEM
7 : and persecute. Those who rightly DELICIOUS SOUPS-FROM .
.
:
.
received the truth were glad to join ,
with Paul; the others raised a hue F THE HEART OF MARYLAND. :

i A GOOD LAXATIVE and cry because Paul and Silas }e+r,' '(: r4 K I In

were turning "the world upside r
4y6
f
down." As a matter of fact the yIyy. r'T

LACMA1STOCKcandPOULTRY world was already- wrongside up, > ':

and Paul sought to set it, right.It .
is still upside down in our day.

MEDICINES Coming to Berea, we find Paul's yG, A ry ; ,

L Are Reliable experience there an illustration of ,

2. How the Word should be received -

w ,Blackman's Medicated Lick- (vv. 9-11)).

'I -Brik. Good hearers are as importantas I'Y

r w Blackman's Stock Powder good preachers. How should the
Word be received?
grBlackman's: Cow Tonic
a. With readiness tef mind (v.
39Blackman's Hog Powder
11)). This is a mark of nobility.The .
EW Blackman's Poultry Tablets world regards the sophisticated .
t>Blackman's. Poultry Powder doubter as the learned man, but s> yxt$7r.f.A:: ryw'E: 7 r\\I'%A s"c s-

he is not. Noble is the mind and .. ,
tv
n'nC Y'C
Lowest
Highest Quality Prict S:'. ;.yt +\ : v_ a : _
heart that receives God's truth.b. ....., ,x..
Satisfaction Guaranteed
or Carefully and thoughtfully (v.

your money back I 11)). There would be less error and Women from Coast-to-Coast Prefer 16 lUNCH AND DINNER FAVORITES

BUY FROM YOUR DEALER I folly in the pulpit if there were

more intelligent Bible study in the Phillips" Delicious Southern Soups '. TOMATO VEGETABLE BEEF
Do not assume that ''what PEA CLAM CHOWDER
BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. pew.
Chattanooga,Tenn. some learned professor, or distin- and yet They Sell for One-fourth Less! BEAN SCOTCH BROTH

Ji guished radio preacher says is true. CELERY PEPPER POT
Check his message by the Word.In Yes,women the country over are choosing PHILLIPS DELICIOUS VEGETABLE CHICKENCHICKEN
now when they buy soups. The word has spread-"these Southern
WNU-7 42-33 the final portion of'our lesson ONION GUMBO
soups are different.. .better! And no wonder! 'You can taste the
Paul tells the Thessalonians that garden-fresh vegetables in them-vegetables ripened to rich flavor ASPARAGUS

Qi 'when he was with them he was under Maryland's favoring sun. You can taste the just-right CHICKEN-NOODLE -.-.. :.;to
.r
concerned not only about preachingthe seasoning that Southern cooks know how to give. Yet they sell MULLIGATAWNY
: Qa Word, but also aboutII. for one-fourth loss. MUSHROOM

HELP YIHRllED Living the Life (I Thess. 2:7-12). Spotless kitchens highest standard for all ingredients rigid; H
Paul did not contradict his inspection of the whole cooking process. are matters of pride
FDR FEE'" preaching by his living. His was a with Phillips. And PHILLIPS DELICIOUS' Soups are sold from

1. Sacrificial service (vv. 7-9)). Maine to California-from Chicago to New Orleans-at neighborly the Soups from +
Warm bath with Cuticura
Soap
greatly The man who preaches for his prices which will surprise you when you buy them and +
soothes and benefits. Then '
Cuticura Ointment-effective treatmentand apply own glory-or gain-is not a true still more when you taste them. You, too, will say they are DowninDixier
"AMERICA'S GREATEST FOOD VALUES!1"
preacher of the gospel.
medication for local irritations.Try
it tonight. In morning, dust with Cuticura 2. Consistent example (vv.

Talcum FREE:samples to help by wriUng"Cuticura"Dept.prevent shoe discomfort.31. 10-12). :, :
Malden Mass.H'ilBlliT.. I The minister of Christ must be- %
PHlllIPS
have "holily, righteously, and un- SOUPSri
01MTMENT blamably" if his people are to "walk
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I cepted. Another venire was drawn fore that, John, you called me up r age or citizenship shall he fixed In

Bass, Tries to Knock next morning and the jury was completed all jittery when the stock market order for the State of Florida to participate -
I Know Your Language in any Federal grants that
in time for some state witnesses went to smash and you were wiped might be made for s"ch purposes, the I
From Boat \
Fisherman to be heard during that day, out. And I came over to your office Legislature may prr- cribe such requirements 01 ,
I as to clt'!eJlshir' age and '
-- chief of these being Mrs. Mae Hall, and we sat there with a quart of illegal By C. L. BushnellSchool I residence as will he consistent with '

(Moore- Haven'Democrat) wife of Obe Hall who was convicted bootleg liquor between us try- of English, and Law."not in conflict with such Federal 7''

To Mr. and Mrs. Guy Larsen goes here last year at a special term of in' to drown our sorrows and you I International Correspondence I Approved June 4. 1935. '; 1 1r4

circuit court of killing Wm. Dyassof wanted to shoot youfself. Schools: -
credit for the best fish story of the A JOINT RESOLUTION .I .
Venus near the same spot where "And you'd worked and struggledand
I Proposing an Amendment '
year to date and while some readers the triple murder was committed. saved for thirty years, only to is no surer sign of care- I I VIII of the Constitu ion of to the Article State /.V('

may doubt the veracity of the story Mrs. Hall testified that she had overheard see all your wealth wiped out In a | THERE than the abuse of of Counties.Florida. Relativ to Cities and

this writer does not, having had a a conversation between her few short weeks. The stocks and j I "and which." "And which" can be 'I He It Ke! ol\oil fly The Legislature, of

similar experience several years ago. husband and Bill Taylor in which bonds in your safety deposit box t I used correctly, but even so it usually That The State the of following Florid.i:Amendment to

Taylor had said that he had put "an- didn't offer much for consolation, I makes an awkward sentence. Article VIII of the Constitution of
Mr. and Mrs. Larsen were fishingIn the spot with his .45". When used in the following the State of Florida 'elativc to cities
other
man on I either. Nobody wanted 'em; I remember as sen- and counties to be numbered Section
Lake Hlcpochee Monday In the The men will be tried on separate you got ten cents on the I tence it is not only incorrect but 10 of said Article VIII bo and the
the ridiculous for what the writer is same is hereby aKre.:d to and shall
where
Caloosahatchee canal near charges for each of the three victims dollar for one block and felt pretty be submitted to the electors of the
cast- and were charged and are being saying is that it'was the bone that State at the General Election:
dredge is working. They were : good about it, figurin' you'd stuck to be
tried first for the murder of I slunk off with its tail between its held on the First To' sday after the
ingtfinto a little stream which emptied the otherguy.. legs. first :Monday in Nove .iber A. D. 1936,
Donald Norton. Other state witnesses for ratification
ore ctlon. to-wit
:
into! the canal and Mr. Larsen i examined during the day including -i "And John, you know all the 'time "We stumbled over a dog Section 10. Th" ., egislature shall

booked a nice bass. After he had were this mess was brewin' and gettin' gnawing a bone, and which have power to estalli, a, alter or abol-
I Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, of ish a Municipal corporation to be
made' her worse each'day., Mr. Hoover and his slunk off with its tail betweenits
Larsen
landed it Mrs. I' of known as the City ol Key West, 'extending -
Moore Haven, Dave Goggins, "
cast and just as she did something Republican party didn't do nothin' i legs. territorially throughout tho
Fort Myers, Milt Norton, a brother *I present limits of :Monroe County, in
hit her in the back. Her first I about it but sit around, like a flockof I the place of any or all county, district,
Jack
the slain
of men and
thought was that her husband had of one crazy crickets and chirp 'Prosperity -: "Between" and "among" are municipal and local governments,
Crews of Citrus Center.Vednesday's often confused. The former should t boards bodies and officers constitu-
taken the fish from his hook and is just around the corner. tional or statutory, legislative executive -
I I \ session saw several refer to two things the
j' persons or
;
..
,
thrown it at her but when she look- "In 1929 our national income was Judicial or administrative,
more state witnesses go to the stand latter to more than two. and shall prescribe the jurisdiction,
around he was still trying to some eighty billion dollars. Then I ,
ed re-I and State Prosecutor Roy D. Stubbs "The candy was divided betweenthe powers duties and functions of such
move the hook from the bass' somebody discovered our house was two children." municipal corporatIon Its legislative,
attempting to build up an unbreak- executive judicial and administrative
When she looked in the bottom of,able :chain of circumstantial evi on fire and we all got panicky. Lit- "The candy was divided among departments and its b, ards bodies and
the boat a nice-sized bass was flop- tle Willie was sick upstairs and Aunt the five children." officers; to divide the :territory included -
dence.. There were no eye witnessesto in such municipalit into subordinate -
ping about. anr1' Minnie was in a wheel chair, but districts, and to orescribe a Just
The bass was weighed and scaled I the killings the state must Mr. Hoover and the Republicans for- I and reasonable system of taxation-for
rely entirely on circumstantial evidence such municipality ann districts; and
slightly under three pounds. got all about them and began yell- I II to fix the liability of such municipality -
for a conviction.H. in' for somebody to help 'em I and districts. Bond _d and other in- _
L. Hingston, of Nocatee told carry IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? debtedness existing at the time of the .
Season To out the safe and the silverware and establishment of' su.h municipality, .,
Hunting Wednesday that Taylor had admit-
'to hell with the women and child shall be enforceable oily against pro-
1
ted to him participation in the killings perty theretofore taxaVe: therefor. The
ren. Legislature shall, frO ) time to time
(Continued from page 1) while they were prisoners in "We had a crack fire, departmenthook 'I NOTICE OP ELECTION determine what portioi of said munI-
the Arcadia jail for, a minor offense.He cipality is a rural area. and a home-
counties and it was generally agreed and ladder and everything, stead in such rural area shall not be
quoted Taylor as saying, "Law- WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1935 '
limited if in cit
as a : or town. Such
that Mr. Stewart's plan was the most and they come a-runnin' but they i under the Constitution of 1885. of the
ise all
municipality exert the
may
Ford Parker Mansfield and I pow-
feasible one brought forward and rence couldn't do nothin' on account of not I i, State of Florida, did pass two Joint ers of a municipal orporation and
are the only ones who can tell the Resolutions proposing amendments to shall also be recognized as one of the
the game and fresh water fish com- havin' no water. In order to balance I the Constitution of the State of Florida legal political dlvisio.u of the State
of it. I
I mission was asked to regulate it ac-| straight the budget we'd nassed un bnildin' i and the afi1th agreed 1:0 by avote with the duties and obligations of a
T; S.: Summerall, 91-year old state of of all members county and shall be entitled to all the
mrdinzlv. That this has been doneis I the reservoir and xtend-in' the waterj .1.1i I elected to each house; that the powers, rights and privileges, includ-
witness of Arcadia stated that he
-i indicated by the legal notice this j mains; so all we could do was just voters on said Joint Resolution were ing representation in' the State Legislature -
had overheard Ford make the state- entered upon their respective Jour- which would Accrue;, to it if
w ek. sit around and watch all our wealthgo \ nals, with the yeas and nays thereon it were a county. All property of :Mon-
ment that he "right there when
Closing the season the first of the was up in smoke. and they did determine and direct roe County and of the municipality in
the three boys were killed." Another that the said Joint Resolutions be sub- said county shall vest In such muni-
\far expected to save the lives of "Then when we started pawin' mitted to the electors of the State at cipal corporation whei. established as
and witness, Oscar Taylor, testified that the General Election in November herein provided The offices of the
hundreds of turkey, deer ,quail about the ruins we found our national ;
he had heard Ford say that another 1936.NOW Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff
the number which has already been income had dropped to less THEREFORE._ I, R. A. GRAY shall not be abolished but the Legis-
man was "damn lucky because I Secretary of State of the State of Florida lature the time when.
greatly depleted by the high watersof than forty billion. Well, we were in may prescribe
he had an alibi. I could not produceone. i do hereby give notice that a and the method by which, such offices
the summer. The duck season, by a tough spot; we needed a new GEXr.UAL ELECTIONwill shall be filled and the compensationto

federal law only runs for thirty days house, clothes, food and a lot of other -ida be held in each county in Flor- be paid to such officers and may
C. M. Taylor, minister, stated that on Tuesday next succeeding the vest in them additional powers and
after November 20. things and while the stores ,and first Monday in November A. D. 1936. duties. No county office shall be abolished -
he heard rumors of the killings and warehouses runnin' with the said Tuesday being the or consolidated with another office -
while following Williams about the were over TIIIIID DAY OF XOVEMUEIlfor. without making provision for tile
PLANE CRASH FATAL- I such merchandise we had no moneyto .the ratification or rejection of the performance of all State duties now
street in Venus one day overheard said Joint Resolutions
buy 'em."Then proposing or hereafter prescribed by law to be
him make the statement,- "The only amendments to the Constitution of performed by such county officer.
(Continued from page I) i a good neighbor, Mr. the State of Florida viz. Nothing contained here" .ri hall: affect
way to get rid of cattle thieves is to A JOINT RESOLUTION Section 20 of Article III of the Constitution -
ing perfectly. i kill them." Roosevelt, came along and says, Proposing Amend Section 3 of the of the State of Florida except -
The same plane was involved in I 'Don't be discouraged. Go down to I Article XIII of the Constitution: of as to such provisions, therein as
The state has about fifteen wit- the State of Florida, Relating to relate to regulating tile jurisdictionand
a minor accident at Orlando a week I II.n nesses ,while the defense is said to the store and get you some groceriesand I Provisions for the Aged, Infirm, and duties of any class of officers te

erious. Green and two passengers clothes, then come around tom I Unfortunate. summoning and impanelling grand
I be ready to call about sixty. Circuit DC It Ke oled fly The Legislature of and petit' juries to assessing and collecting -
receiving; superficial wounds. I r office"in the mornin' and I'll give The Mate of Florida: taxes for county purposes and
:''r'"' Mr. Green is also a brother of Miss I Judge George W. Whitehurst is on you a job.' That was a darn sight That Section 3 of Article XIII of the to regulating fees and compensation -
the bench and states that he will Constitution of the State of Florida, of county officers. No law author-
Eva Mae Green, a former teacher in I more than Mr. Hoover did for us. relating to Provisions for the Aged. izing the establishing or abolishing '
,
Inform the jury that they can only .;;v
the Clewiston schools. But Mr. Rosevelt went further. He Infirm and Unfortunate, be and the such Municipal corporation pursuantto
i convict for first degree murder, the s-- -f'O.- same is hereby amended, and as am- this Section shall become operativeor
I helped get the money _a new I ended is agreed to and shall be sub- effective until approved by a ma-
statute of limitations preventing a mitted to the electors of the State of
,: house. He fixed it so the bankercouldn't jority of the qualified electors partici-
Noted Novelist HereOn decision of guilty on any lesser I Florida at the next general electionto pating in an election held in said
slam the door in our face. be held on the first Tuesday after county, but so long as such municipal
charge. He loaned us money at low interestto I the first Monday in November 1936. for corporation exists under this Section
i Fishing Trip Most of the witnesses in the case ratification or rejection; said Section the Legislature may amend or extend
use in our business. He said the 3 of Article XIII as amended shall the law authorizing the same without
have been summoned from Glades
r
health and safety of the family read as follows: referendum to ..the qualified voters
.\',, -- county and several others from here wash I "Section 3. The respective countiesof unless the Legislative act providingfor
more important than balancin' the' the State shall provide in the man- such amendment or extension shall
?:. (Moore Haven Democrat) have attended a portion of, the trial he ner prescribed by law, for those of the provide for such referendum.:
budget
so put a new water hydrant
L-: Courtney Riley Cooper, celebrated this week. I inhabitants who by reason of age in- Approved June 4, 1935.
on our corner and built a new firmity or misfortune. may have
novelist and short story writer was The killings, thought to be the result dam to protect our home from flood. claims upon the aid and sympathy of The votes cast in compliance with

/:. here Wednesday and Thursday of of a cattle feud, were the most society; provided, however, the Legis- said proposed amendments, and the
I Maybe savin' life and property and lature may by general law provide fora canvass, declarations and returns
this week fishing for black bass in brutal ever to occur in Glades conservin' wealth uniform State-wide system for such thereof, shall be subjected to the same
is WASTE but if
Lake Okeechobee. Mr. is ty. The killers, and the cQun-1 benefits and appropriate money there regulations and restrictions as are
Cooper it is I'm for it. Our National incomeis for; but no such general law shall provided by law for general electionsIn
::. spending a few: weeks at his winter pointed to the fact that there were back provide benefits to any person who the State of Florida. '
to 60 billion and the future
1-- home in Sebring and was accompanied at least three, lay in wait for their shall not have been a resident of the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
looks bright. State of Florida for. a period of five I have hereunto set my
t \ by Carl Bryan and :M. R. Dodge victims behind a clump of palmettos "Go ahead and vote Landonif years continuously next proceeding his hand and affixed the Great
for
{ I"F Sebring. in this lonely hammock far out on application therefor nor shall such Seal of the State of Florida,
I you want to, John, but don't phoneme general law provide for benefits to any at Tallahassee, the Capital,
< The party went out from Jones' the prairie where the chances were person solely on account of age who this the 1st day'of August,
when the next crash
V. fish Camp at :\7icodemous Clough several thousand to one that the comes. Just has not attained the age of sixty-five A. D. ,1936.
!, go on ahead and shoot yourself and years; Provided, further that where (SEAL)
v;iu-re Mr. Cooper had unusually gunshots would never be heard. Fin: by any law of the United States, a R. A. GRAY,

>',' good luck on several previous trips. '' ally the victims came after the as- see if I care. lesser or different period of residence Secretary of State.

;No report has been received on .the sassins had completed a vigil of several : .

number of fish he has caught on hours, riding in a small truck

this visit but, conditions have been,I and were riddled with buckshot

":" very good and as he is an excellent from the shotguns in the hands ofd I ?
IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH
"VVi fisherman it is probable that he cap I the assassins. The most horrible part I

tured some nice strings. was that the Morrow boy was a .I

Despite the fact that wind squalls stranger in the vicinity and was said

have been frequent and rains moreso to be hitch-hiking his way to the lake

several nice strings of fish have area in search of employment\ from

: teen:: taken in the edge of the lake his home in Elba, Ala. He was kill-

during the week. A group of Tampa I ed apparently for no other reason

judges, H. N. Sandler, L. L. Parks than that "dead men tell no tales".

and R. F. Johnson were out over the I By the time the bodies were found I II

b. V week-end and reported very good the trail of the killers was cold and ,

luck. P. D. Bratton, of Bluefield, W.I apparently the killings were to go <'

Va., and F. C. Settle, of ,Pryor, Okla., among the.,unsolved mysteries. Then I

brought in a string last Friday which I the body of Wm. Dyass was foundin

;, weighed twenty-six younds with another hammock not far away

three fish on the string weighing 'j and it was believed that there was

seventeen and a half. :ome connection between the kill-
#
':', Ings. The Governor was appealed to

''": ;Triple Murder Trial :and sent special investigators hereto I t 1 01(

clear up the mystery and attemptto

bring the murderers to justice. !I
Starts In SarasotaFinis
Obe Hall, a beer garden operator in i

Arcadia, was arrested for the Dyasl I l

Williams murder and the chain of cir cum-
Parker Mansfield,
.tantial evidence was so strong that I| a
., Lawrence E. (Squash) Ford and Bill '
Taylor went 011'trial 1e was convicted. During his trial
for their lives I DIstributor
", Monday morning in Sarasota charged he named the men now on trial as K

'he ambush killers in the triple mur-
with the
ambush murder In
'
4- ruary of 1931 of Donald Feb-j' 'er of 1931. It was his statement : \\ That Good

"' Lincoln Whidden and Marvin tvhich led the Investigators to starton : : -

?; row on Gator Slough between Lake- this new trial and soon uncover --

: port and Venus. As the murders had enough evidence to secure an indict-I (:.Gu rlGasoline

r'V been committed for so many years nent against the four men. .

before any arrests were made it was

impossible to secure a: jury in Glades Too LateCont'd --- .

county and last year Circuit Judge V Y :

W. T. Harrison granted a change of ---- \\ C

venue sought by defense attorneys (Continued from page 4)

V V and the case was transferred to Sar- 'rind. of a dollar in such-and-such -

asota county. kind of a bank so long as you lived, GASaAIKt VALVES
and
CVUiDER! [
:! UPPER
LUBRICATES(
GUtF
All day Monday I Id
!
efforts :
were madeto and I agreed with you and we both its .tj9
S4At
,. seat a jury and the evening recess concurred on the thought that there tf.ler.la SAVES WEARm. J I :'
ISCBfeASES POWER .
found the venire exhausted with ought to be a law? K_ npW tp ; .

only eleven jurors tentatively ac- "And it was only a short time be- V







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