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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i iI I r VOLUME NUMBER it I CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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I Construction Of Two ;On Good Concrete Progress Structures Made!I MuehAdditionalAcreage ,



I. New Buildings i iGOFF Started I i The drainage-structures- in the Planted To Fall Crops

i I levee on the North Shore project, un-
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AND ON TWO ALSTON BUSINESS ST1RT'ORK I I j Capt. Linkswiler Speaks j Company, will be finished on time, I Garden Club VisitsHighlands i CABBAGE, LEANS AND PEAS r rI

(I November 18, according to Mark R. V FORM NINETY PERCENT f

BUILDINGS i!i To Kiwanis Wednesday }Lawler, in charge of all concretei Hammock I, OF PLANTINGS 6:
i work for the U. S. Engineers. These i ,.I
Construction work was, begun this I | consisted of a hurricane gate at the I Throughout this week growers in
week two business buildingsfor .
on new
Capt. G. E. Linkswiler, in chargeof i mouth of Taylor Creek out from Eleven members of the Clewiston i the Clewiston farming area have I Ii
Clewiston both of which will be
situated on Highway 25. I the Clewiston sub-office of the ,,!i *Okeechobee City and several drainage Garden Club enjoyed a trip to and I been planting the major part of their I
culverts at points over the levee i
I Furthest along at this time is ','U. S. Army Engineers, was the guest.I II I i'j route. through the famous Highlands Hammock -i fall crops, several hundred acres, i'I

a new restaurant building which isj j speaker at the :regular meeting of I Assembling of the lock gates e near Sebring Thursday and I having been planted to a variety of !

being constructed by Wilbur Goff | the Kiwanis Club Wednesday evens i the Ortona lock' structure will 3-t.1 those who made the trip reported a crops between Clewiston townsite

just west of his little cafe buildingby | and his talk about November 1st, it was reported. -' 'i
ing was greatly enjoyed most enjoyable and educational visit -I and Lake Harbor. While the larger ,
the theatre. This building, to bci This work has been subcontracted -
by the large group of memberspresent. I i' to this botanical fairyland of part of the plantings have been I
of frame and stucco, will be forty j i \ i by the Spadaro Contracting Com-
feet deep and forty-eight feet wid I, 'I pany to the Virginia Bridge Company south Florida.{ I I beans, peas and cabbage, quite an ,

.J and will be divided into two room. ;,\ Starting in where his predecessor, 1 as has the steelwork in the Mrs. J. W. Ezelle wrote to a friendin i acreage has been planted to Irish!' !

each twenty-four: by forty. The res- 'Capt. R. Selee left off in a former 'spillway structure. Sebring about the proposed trip potatoes, eggplant, pepper, squash [

taurant will be moved into the ear I( talk to the club on the Okeechobee I At this time all of the concretehas and when the ladies arrived, were and other crops. j i

91 x :room while the west room will ,b. : i and Caloosahatchee projects, Capt. been poured in the two gates and greeted by Mrs. Ray Vinton, presi- i
> rented. The old restaurant buliding Linkswiler described the work that the last abutment, in the spillway is dent of the Sebring Garden Club In the townsite. H. Adams and 'I!

will be torn down as soon as the nev had been done 'since his arrival in being poured this week. There still who secured extra guide service and T. H. Jones have planted approxi-
is I'I I 'Clewiston and the various projects mately ten acres of Irish potatoesin
one completed. remains considerable Class A concrete special privileges which made their
Blocks 149 and 150. The balance ..;
Mr. Goff is supervising the construction -i! now underway. work to do, including a walkway visit much more interesting. ..
r of the land in this tract, approxi- 1
of. the 'building himsel* Taking up first the Caloosahat-I bridge ,for the spillway, capson Arriving at the ,Hammock entrancethe
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sixteen is
mately acres, being pre-
,i arid estimated that the cost will b'J' I pared for planting soon. So far as r
about $3,000. [ I is known this is the first large ac-
Standard I
This morning J. F. Tippeyi broke ;Dredging Company, the would be given as to when the botanical garden and arbore- reage of potatoes planted here. They
the first ground for the construction Dredging Company and the Atlantic this structure would be completedbut tum which adjoins the hammock.'
; are of the Red Bliss variety.
of the] new business building bein | Dredging Company and the methods I it is generally believed that it Before entering the hammock they'I ;

I I erected by D. G. Alston at the corner used by each in deepening, straightening -' will be the last project on the riverto were taken through the botanical C. E. Miner has forty acres in
I and widening the be finished. : McFarlin squash on the road to the golf course. I
I i of the highway and Bond Street garden by Mr. a beauti- I
Construction is expected to be well,1:, chee River from Lake caloosahat-j ful spot which has been started I White, yellow and green varieties are

underway by next week and the j ]the Gulf. He told of ,the through the efforts of the Civilian I planted and the plants are now

building will be, rushed to comple- 'in June and their effect on the riv-, COMPTROLLER LEE Conservation Corps boys who have blooming with every indication that
tion. (er work and of how the Atlantic done all of the work on' the project. I he will harvest a bountiful crop.R. .

Announcement that Mr. Alston I (Company, considerably ahead on I The ladies then visited the ham- J. Lee, Paul Bus ey, Gus Johns

contemplated erecting the new store : their contract, had moved. their machinery TO f SPEAK TONIGHTIN mock and throughout the remainderof I and Harry Lukas have planted to- '

I building was carried in these col. to Okeechobee City to work I the day were absorbed in_ viewing gether a total of one hundred acres

I umns several 'weeks ago and since (on another contract there for the natural beauties of nature of beans in the townsite. These are

: that time there has been a slighi building. He said that he anticipated COUNTY SEAT which can be seen nowhere in greater all Bountiful and StrIngless Blacks. ,In.

change in plan on the building. The their return to the river about the abundance' than in this great M. Hare, Jr., has six acres of i|

lot owned by Mr. Alston runs fo1 ;first of November in order to finish hammock which spreads over a tractof Stringless beans and Andy Wielanil j

110 feet back to the alley by the j their contract in the specified time. Comptroller J. M. Lee will addressthe approximately 1300 acres. With seven acres of beans, squash and .I

postoffice from Highway 25 and ha: The river, he said, would probablybe voters of Hendry county in La- the caretaker of the Hammock, E. L. eggplant on the golf course road. ,

a twenty-five foot frontage on the open to navigation about the. firstof I Belle tonight in the, interest of the Green, acting as their guide, they W. C. Hendley, in ,the south line ;

I highway. Original plans called for- February with the Ortona locks Democratic, candidates for office in were able to see and understand a area, has sixty acres of an eighty !
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:the erection of a building which' probably the last thing to finish. I the general election November 3 and great deal more about the naturalwond"ers acre tract planted in beans, peas and'I I

would cover this entire tract, a thirty < He next told of the revetment many from Clewiston are planning than if they had visited it cabbage. Also in this same area J. R.

''i j A foot room being added at the rear work being done on the East shore I land to drive to the county seat to hear without the guide as they had ex- Chapman and John Challancin, of .

of Mr. Alston's store for rental. This the reason for this work, to pre-I 1 his address. pected to do.lIighlarids South Bay, have planted a total of -

; :. "'. t J3t.t.h vJ pla.. ," vent,.crosionvjof' .the, levee .across: _the I Col. Lee spoke last night in :Moore Hammock is a natural 120 acres in corn and beans.In .
and -the building will only' extend open lake by wave'actionj'ThisworlvJPhe ,aY :-a..nd" the following taken .from "
tropical forest and was presented to Section 14, east of townr,;\\ C.
back eighty feet'', leaving thirty feet said, was progressing most sates- the Moore' Haven Democrat' describeshis the people by the'late'Margafet; Ship= ii kTrrlms3 Blarted l la.nt1g.abo.ut, .
'actorily and was expected to be 1 talk in the Glades county seat ; ... '
between the rear of the building and pen Roeblinr r whc saw it first in thirty acres of squash and beans.
: 1 finished well within the cost speci- Col. J. M. Lee, State Comptroller : (
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the
'. post-office alley. 1930 and The building will' be of brick and tied by the government estimate ):and the Democratic candidate foi preserved' in its 'natmal state for crops ready to harvest when the
tile construction which was about half of the lowest the second term, made a rousin?
and will be mod- 'overs of nature. It is rich in flora heavy rains came two weeks ago and
ernistic in -design. Plate glass win- ,'' bid submitted by any contractor. I speech here last night in behalf o'' and fauna of the tropics and subtropics drowned- out practically everything.The .

dows will be plentiful along the side'This work is expected to provide the Democratic candidates and urg and forms a natural bird and section, while being preparednow

of the store along Bond Street and '! adequate protection for anything ed everyone to support the partj animal sanctuary. Nothing has been for better drainage, was subjected -

\- a large window will be placed on the ': :save the most unexpected conditions. I i nominees from Justice of the Peaceto aken away from it and no changes to the heavy rainfall before the

highway end'of the building. The entrance -| Capt., Linkswiler then described 1 the President.The made except driveways 'built so that ditches and pump were ready to

will be at the corner. The out-1 1 1 the levee work being done on the I speaker opened by expressinghis visitors might be able to cover the function. No other section was ser-

i side walls of the building will be i t north shore in the vicinity of Ol'ee- appreciation of the splendid vote entire grounds. There are three iously hurt by the water.In .

about sixteen feet ,in height. Cost isl! chobee City. The Wilbanks-Pearce given him in Glades county in 1932 mammoth oaks in the hammock
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Beach H.
I : estimated at $6,000. I Company contracted this job but sub-I and in 1936 for re-election and ranging from 427 to 960 years of the Bare area M.
Crouch and S. J. Neal are planting
This building will house Mr. Als-i contracted to the Hill Construction spent a few minutes describing his age and one of these Laurel Oak, is
.. ton's new store, the Seminole Drug: Company of 'Baltimore They are work and the progress made duringhis thirty-one feet in girth. Here all I sixty acres in beans and an additional -
Geo. Mes-
.: Department Shop, which will contain proceeding very nicely and the pro- term of office. plants and trees are classified and twenty acres in peas;

a general assortment of merchandise I ject,, ,is now estimated to be about He likened the Democratic party marked so that the visitor may read ser is planting fifteen acios of Burkett beans,
thirty-five Drainage and its service to the nation to the and ten of cabbage; Ernest
seldom found In 4own as small percent complete. ily know the species and the native
ash I G.
of beans
\ Clewiston. Mr. Alston has alreadv structures' being placed there are garage and filling station to the automobile Floridian would be astounded at the is planting sixty acres ;

i I purchased the fixtures and furniture now almost completed by the E. H, industry and scored an immediate great variety of plants in the ham- B. McDuffie, twenty acres of beans: ;
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! I Latham hit with the crowd Clarence Lee fifty acres of beans o
, for the shop which are said to Company.He large mock.In .
( concluded his talk which assembled to hear him. cabbage; W. S. Bowden, 'eighty ac-
be the latest thing in modernistic I with a description had almost the center of the ham ,in the
designs to harmonize with the modernistic [ of the" spillways placed on He said hat a ,man could. buy a new mock is a natural amphi-theatre and res in beans; O.lIannlng
the banks of the St. Lucie canal automobile drive it until it Ritta area, 120 acres in beans; J. E.
building. i j i to was no I here the vesper services are held
Rumor of other buildings to take prevent formation of sand bars and longer in fit condition to run and each Sunday during the winter sea I and D. W. Beardsley seventy acres
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place in the near future in this same !',I said that a new lock', an exact duplicate then take 'it to the nearest' garageContinued I son. It is covered with a beautiful of beans, cabbage, eggplant, pepper

W vicinity have not been verified. j of the Ortona lock, was contem- ( on Page 8) carpet of and here the ,' and corn; J. H. Hemphill forty acres
jI I green grass 'of
beans; Arthur Lee, thirty acres
I plated to replace Lock No. 2 in that ladies took their lunches, which they
Two canal. This VAGRANTS WARNED I lof beans; R. ]M. Bishop, twenty-five
County Boys would do away' with Lock ARE had brought from their homes, and i Joe
beans and cabbage;
of
acres
No. 1
near the Lake. BY; SHERIFF DELANEY
dinner the caretak-
spread a picnic ,
At Florida Dr. D. Jenkins Williams who has I i Wood, forty acres of cabbage, 100
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taken over the chairmanship of the Sheriff H. L. Delaney stated this chairs. acres in a variety crops; f
r I R. J. Lee, forty acres of cabbage; L.:
II program committee, was instrumental week that for the next few monthshe The returned to Clewiston
l Two Hendry county boys are attending In group T., Archer and W. S. Hester, thirty
this well-informed
securing and would bear down heavily on the about six o'clock Thursday evening.
I the University of Florida { acres of cabbage and beans; Melvin
Interesting speaker. Capt. Linkswilerwas vagrants of the county and anyone
. I Those making the trip were: Mrs F. !
it was announced from the university I 'Wilder, eighty acres of beans and
introduced by I. M. Pafford. caught out at night who cannot show M. Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,
today by Frank, S. Wright, director I many others whom we are unableto
good and sufficient reason for being
Mrs. Leah Spicer,. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
of publicity.Two list have smaller acreages. _
t Work Begins On out will be locked' up. Mrs. 0. F. Schiffli, 1Irs.V.. C. Owen, !
cities in the county have,sent I This Is done, it is stated, in orderto Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs H. A. i f Several growers have beans al-
, students to the State University, of lawlessness '\v.1 mo' -ady to pick at this time and
keep down
a wave
New River Bestor, Mrs D. J. Williams, Mrs.
Bridge .
.. where enrollment has reached an all- II i '" next week the isee
..;";. I which may start with the opening of F. Simpson and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. be- : harvest
; time high with 2,934. I the neW sugar season. It Is believed ?'cd tc: be steady throughout the
R Hendry county boys at the university The State Road I date has
I Department commenced that with all the crops to be harvested ccascn. The price to gone
: :j. their home city, and their class work :Monday on the bridge,, and the cane season near at hand I'Garden Club Members over a dollar very few times but
l in the institution are: over the canal where the Caloosa I that vagrancy 'will be inexcusable I I the price! is expected to increase with

; Clewiston: Richard J. Bestor, up- hatchee River formerly ran. The .and those not willing to work are Place Rose Order the advent of colder weather in the

per division. plan is to utilize the old bridge and warned to stay out of the county. !I( north. The acreage of cabbage in

'E LaBelle: William Harry Doub. build new approaches on both sidesof I Members of the Garden Club,J Florida and in the Everglades sec-
general college. the river. The old turning table P.-T. A. DANCE I I J through Mrs. F. Deane Duff, this I tion is about half what it was estimated -

The general college of the University will not be moved and boat traffic week placed an order for more than ', at an earlier date. Dry weather -

of Florida includes all freshmen -, will use the channel on the south The usual Hallowe'en Dance sponsored -I six hundred rose bushes which are and wet weather at unseasonal

and sophomores. Upper divisionstudents aside of the pier. AU the material is each year by the aPrent-Teach- to be delivered after the first of No- times caused the decrease.
o.w are those who have hadtwo j on the ground and It Is expected it ers' Association of Clewiston will beheld I vember. J The planting of English peas is as

f rears of college work, and whoare will be a two months' job. I nest Friday night at the Clew- It is understood that each mem-1 yet comparatively light and the

specializing In one of the -several -! M. R. Schoenborn is the engineer iston Inn.1Iuslc I ber will plant the roses in their individual plantings will grow progressIvely

i branches of training offered yjia; charge of ,,the operations., .1' will be furnished by the ] gardens and these six hundred :heavier through November Peas,
the university, such as law, iThere is still about 1000 feet of ever-popular Bill Daugherty's or- rose bushes when they begin cabbage, and beans form about ninety -

neering, 'education, business administration excavating to,be done on the McKen- chestra of West Palm Meach and the ; blooming will add a great deal more ( percent of the early crops with

> agriculture, pharmacy r.te: contract on the east side of admission charge will be $1.50 per I beauty to the gardens a few months squash probably running fourth this
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journalism, etc. Bridge Street, work on which will be couple. I II j hence. i I season.
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Nature,Is-PaintingWHO BRISBANETHIS News Review of Current 1IIouJc1loki1t) ::11

can paint like Nature?
imagination boast, WEEK Events the World Over ". 1
Amid its grey creation, hues r f

like hers? I When ironing ecru linens always (

Or mix them with that -%
can
I World I iron on the wrong side.
Yes
Queer
a ,
matchless skill, Lewis Doesn't See Peace in Federation Ironing them on the ';"
'. And lose ,them in each other, Supply and DemandIf of Labor-Russia makes them look faded.right side I i I

as appearsIn All Worked Hard Resents Fascist Aid Given Spanish Rebels i !
leaf that turnsJ. ?
every Brain Cover small
The Biggest delphinium
plants
Thomson. Mormons All Off Dole.
with
excelsior or pine
boughs before
How Queer is our world!
Sir Oswald Mos- putting on dried leaves. They
Performance of Duty Fascists, led by I
do
ley of the English Blackshirts, who : By EDWARD W. PICKARD leaves not do.Never pack. or stay damp as

SO NIGH is grandeur to our _____ think .they ought Western Newspaper Union. S t
dust, to change the
So near is God to man, British government WILLIAM GREEN, president would free herself from any obli- allow cold water to run
When duty whispers low, Thou learned I F. of L., who had just gations to the agreement for neu into an aluminum pan while it is
must, 3"e d yY'il; from a mob that. been calling on President Rooseveltat trality. The representatives of the 27 hot. If done repeatedly the rapid
The youth replies, I can. fascism does not Hyde Park, N. Y., told the newspapermen nations on the international committee contraction of metal will causa
suit Englandyet. I that the of non intervention in the pan to warp. ,
The Black- prospects for peace Spanish war were about to meet in Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.
shirts were driven -I' between the warring London, and Moscow's challenge
home. factions in the fed- caused a real sensation. Moiseyvich Law of the Home ;.

Next day, Sr eration were better Kagan, soviet delegate on the com- I believe that the fewer the laws
if f i bands of the Fas- and that those par- mittee, specifically named Portugal, in a home the better; but there is
I cists invaded the 4 c3'c ticipating in the con- Italy and Germany, as the offendersand one law which should be as plainly
L London Jewish 6 troversy were be called for an investigation. It understood as the shining of. the
quarter, smash- coming "more tem- is believed that if Russia is not sun is visible at noonday, and
h5ji; ing windows.,: In perate." However, satisfied in this matter she will send that is, implicit and instantaneous
Arthur Brisbane the first day that same evening airplanes and other war material to obedience from the child to the
rioting between John L. Lewis, the the Spanish government. parent, not only for the peace of
el)2e Fascists and the crowd that does Ii' 'Lewisdynamic leader of Spanish Fascists pushed their the home, but for the highest goodof
By not want fascism, hundreds were the. Committee lines so closely around Madrid that the 'child.-A. E. Kittredge. Q
" Barbara hurt. for Industrial Organization, rather they called on the government to
E dashed the aforesaid prospects for surrender the capital immediatelyand
......... : : Stanwyck England is becoming modernized.One peace.. In Washington he laid down, thus save it from a destructive ri'
IrP : T of her race track gambling- as the only basis for restoration of bombardment. An airplane fleet ...
Canapes Blanche gangsters, murdered "American peace in the ranks of organized showered the city with circulars tell
:': 1 package cream cheese. fashion" in the course of gangster labor, a program-consisting of these ing the citizens that further resist
'.'- 6 strips crisp bacon. business,'was honored with a funeral two propositions: ance was useless. One of the most
New 1. Revocation the executive of General Franco's
: Onion juice. that would make Chicago or by threatening
York stare.Mussolini. council of the American Federation advances was directed at Aran- .3 :, rI
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.. Paprika.Cayenne
of Labor of the order suspending juez, whose capture would cut off
pepper.
onions. does not believe that ten C. I. O. unions on Madrid's food supply from the Med
Small pearl rs t
Place the cheese in a mixing old "supply and demand" is neces- charges of insurrection. iterranean.The I '
j bowl and mash with a wooden sarily omnipotent. While cutting 2. Isolation of certain mass pro government claimed that an
;" spoon. Crumble the bacon and four per cent from the value f Ital- duction industries which would be army of loyalist miners had foughtits
. stir into the cheese. Add onion ian money, he forbids any increasein organized strictly on Lewis' "one way to the center of Oviedo

" '. juice to taste, dash of cayenne prices, any rent increase for two ,big union" theory.It against the desperate resistance of
ti i pepper and paprika. Spread this years. That experiment will be had been stated that David the rebel' defenders.Gen. .
paste onto rounds of bread which watched with interest. The word Dubinsky, head of one of the sus- Francisco Franco, chief of rriO regain lost weight is a simple
:A, have been fried in oil to a golden "money," most important in the pended unions, had submitted a the insurgents, decreed a Fascist JL matter when certain bodily functions
brown, and top each canape off world to many, has less real mean- compromise peace proposal, but dictatorship created a "juntaof are restored to normal. Of fore
with 'a small pickled onion. ing than any other word in the dictionary Lewis told the correspondents that state" which will govern subject most importance is the stimulation of
!", Copyright-WNU Service. nobody knowing anything he knew of no change in feeling be- to his will. In his first statement of] digestive juices in the stomach to make
about it. between the battling factions; that policy, Franco assured workers they better use of the food you eat...and
red-blood-cella
of lowered
he had made no move for peace and would be "protected against the ills restoration
to turn the digested food into firm
,\;:.,'. A new law in Paraguay compels contemplated none; that the C. I. O. of capitalism and that' steps flesh. S.S.S. Tonic does just this.
every able-bodied man to work, drive to unionize the steel industrywas would be taken to regulate favor Forget about underweight worries
whether he wants to or not. Here "proceeding satisfactorily" and able working hours." If you are deficient in stomach digestive
men that want jobs can't get them. that ,the Dubinsky proposal was juices and red-blood-cells..just
There men can get jobs, but don't similar to the one previously offeredto SIX months ago the Latter take S.S.S. Tonic immediately before
want them. and rejected by the A. F. of L. Day Saints churchotherwisethe each meal. Shortly you will be delighted
The general idea is good, but if council. Mormons-inaugurated a pro with the way you will feel...
W all able-bodied men had been compelled gram to make every able bodied your friends will compliment you on
to work always the human POLITICAL expediency brought member self-sup- the way you will look.
Jy' race would still be far back' in the about a strange state of affairs in porting by October S.S.S.Tonic is especially designed to
DO THIS when you dark ages. One of the greatest Minnesota. Fred Curtis and PatrickJ. f 1. In the great tab- build sturdy health...its remarkable
,Greeks said truly that bodily slavery I Delaney, respectively Democratic ernacle at Salt Lake value is time tried andy scientifically

wake up with a was necessa C,':because, it gave I gubernatorial and senatorial City Heber J. Grant, like proven.yourself..that's again.why it Available makes you at feel any
leisure to a few leisure made nominees, withdrew from the race president 0 f the
drug store S.S.S.Co.
thought possible and thought cre; in favor of the Farmer-Labor can- church, told an audience .
,: Headache ated progress. didates in return for Farmer-Labor f': of thousandsthat qG:;ri i r;.rrrfr. ;rf Wlr'rl f:. ;6YQkn

If all men had worked hard, by support for the re-election of Presi- .;.: the plan had
R ENJOY RELIEF BEFORE compulson, there would have beenno dent Roosevelt. The members of the succeeded and that ; ,/ y r r l
'' YOU'VE FINISHED DRESSING deliberate thinking. Slavery Democratic party throughout the the drive had taken wfir

would be necessary now for the state were rather dismayed by this all the needv mem-
world's progress had not machines I action and some of the leaders pro- lIIfk.iL: kY',em bers off--public re-
};: Bayer Tablets nl taken the place of slaves. tested vigorously. Heber J. lief. The-church has
Dissolve Almost I John E. Regan, the party's 1934 Grant consistently opposed

Instantly (f) Scientists of the Smithsonian Institution gubernatorial candidate, issued a "pay without work." In reading his

In 2 seconds by'slop announce discovery by Dr. statement asserting that Minnesota report President Grant'took occa- .
watch, a genuine Hrdlicka in the Aleutian islands, off Democrats had traded votes and sion to criticize the Townsend pension What Does It Leave You?

BAYER starts to Aspirin disintegratei tablet the coast of Alaska, of a skull that engineered "coalition of parties" be- plan and government controlof Only way to estimate the valueof
and go to work. Drop a once held the biggest brain on rec- fore, but "never has there been an crops, and he warned the members a good time is after it's over.Still .
Bayer Aspirin tablet into ,I ord, excepting that of the Russian absolute sellout." to avoid "political entangle-
the a time glass it of hits water.the bottom By- ,, novelist Turgenieff, who had a brain Alric Anderson, St. Paul attor- ments."
of the class It ia -i cavity of 2,030 cubic centimeters.The ney who was the Democratic 'candidate Under the church relief drive, land Coughing?

n happens disintegrating fn this What glass :3'.. biggest American brain belonged for attorney-general two years was leased and the needy providedwith
happens In your to Daniel Webster, 2,000 cubic ago, marshaled his followers into implements for tilling. Worn- No matter how many medicines
6 to mac h.-- centimeters.But the "Democrats-for-Nelson Club." have tried for
ens groups have made clothes and you your cough, chest
brain size and weight are Martin A. Nelson is the Republican bedding. Members have contributedthe cold or bronchial irritation, you can '
not everything. Beethoven, with a gubernatorial candidate. meals get relief now with Creomulsion.
financial equivalent of two Serious
trouble be brewing and
I.k When you wake up with a head. 1,750 cubic centimeter skull, will Joseph Wolf, former national monthly to a special fund. you cannot afford may to take a chance 1
'. ache, do this: Take two uickaetingquickdissolvingBAYERASPI outlive in importance Webster, the committeeman, and Judge J. D. F. In scattered storehouses, Mr. with anything less than Creomul-
French naturalist Cuvier, and other Meighen, state central committee sion which goes right to the seat
RIN tablets with a little water. "big brains." chairman, led that group of Demo Grant reported, supplies have been of the trouble to aid nature to IJ ,,
By the time you've finished dressing laid up in generous quantities for soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
.t nine chances in ten, you'll feel crats supporting both Farmer-Labor distribution among the needy who branes as the germ-laden phlegm i;1,
relief coming. Wine bottled in Germany here- candidates and President Roosevelt. helped produce them. Is loosened and expelled. 'I
Genuine Bayer Aspirin providesthis after will have, instead of a cork,, Even if other remedies have
quick relief because it is rated a plug of German wood. A TTACKING abuse of the frank- failed, don't be discouraged, your I
among the quickest methods for relief To help make Germany independent ing privilege, which has been A S THE time for the expiration ot druggist is authorized- to guarantee )
Creomulsion and to refund
science has yet discovered. of the outside world, the use of : practiced by followers of any and the Washington naval treaty money if you are not satisfied your with, f
,, ,, Try it this way. But ask for it by cork, that does not grow in Ger- all parties when they got the chance, draws nearer, the utterances of Sec- results from the very first bottle. l'
i'.< its full name, BAYER ASPIRIN; many, is forbidden. This will save Senator Arthur H. retary of the Navy Swanson take on Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.. 4 t
not by the name "aspirin" alone.
10,000,000 marks a year, spent Vandenberg of Mich- more and more the nature of sharp
warnings to Japan not to get too
abroad for cork. igan proposes that ;
; Hard to Bear
t.' 15C FOR German wood gay in the Pacific. In a press con- ....
according to, authorities ; congress pass leg- The cruellest kind of criticism is
,:.', A DOZEN '' is cheaper, better, resists islation that will puta y !( ference the other day he said: indifference.
2 FULL ; breakage, acid, alkali, and elimi- stop to this evil, "Fortifications are intended to an-
L,_ DOZEN \i C nates cork taste. "for the sake upon swer fortifications. One menace
One question is, will the wooden the one hand of the must be met by another menace."
Virtuallylea E a cork swell up at the lower end suf- postal revenue and And he gave notice that the navy U
tablet ficiently to bvercome the pressureof II for the sake, on the should be ready to do the necessary

gas in a champagne bottle? other of politicalfair meeting.
LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS About the same time the State
I play. .. .. .
At Jonesville, Va., Rev. T. Anderson When John G. .w : department was studying a proposition -
in a demonstration of faith, allowed W i n a n t resigned JG. Winantfrom made to it and to Japan by 'Capadine

: SMALL SIZE EI LARGE SIZE poisonous serpents to bite him the social security board, his Great Britain, for an extension of G
' 60c s $1.20 three times, assuring his congregation letter to the President was a strongpro the treaty pledge of the three nations
that they could not harm him. New Deal document. It was not to build new fortifications or Mlievei
copperhead moccasin snake bit printed by the press bureau of the naval bases in certain of their Paci- NEURALGIC PAINFhetJeamJe
him twice on the right hand; a social security board and frankedto fic possessions. Tokio it was

;, \ 1i ..t40 rattlesnake once on the left. a large mailing list, and Senator said the government might agree ( .@
.:, A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic Unfortunately Rev. Mr. Anderson, Vandenberg asked Mr. Winant to this provided certain changeswere
.' Md NcuritU luffcrcn. A perfect Blood member of the Holiness persuasion, whether he thought that was a legit- made giving Japan "fairer" ..l.U J., /r!...
Purifier. Mattel thin Blood Rich and died soon afterward.We imate use of the franking privilege.Mr. treatment in the light of an altered
f' Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor. international situation.
Winant replied promptly that, ALREADY DISSOLVED
Always Effective .
Why suffer?
go up and down quickly in the lest there be any question of the
IIF.'lIIqzct'I'J'; !DKUG JSTQUES.
United States, particularly in new I propriety of the matter, he had KURT BJORKV ALL, Swedish
.. enterprises. William Fox, once one I paid the mailing costs. This atti-. made an attempt to fly '
b MORNING DISTRESS of the most energetic, successful of i tude was warmly commended by alone from New York to Stockholm. I-I RE'S RELIEF
h"' isdue moving picture men, now a bank- Senator Vandenberg, as it must be Thirty-two hours after the start he
to acid, stomach.
i Milnesia wafers upset(the original rupt, tells the court that in 1930 he by all good citizens. I was picked up from the ocean about J 1Sorel Irritated Skin
) quickly relieve acid was worth one hundred million 'dollars one hundred miles off the coast of Wherever it is-however broken the
stomach and give necessary ; now he has only "odds and HELP given the Spanish insur- Ireland. Supposedly he had run shortof surface-freely'apply' soothingeino
elimination. Each wafer ends," meaning only a few hundred gents by Fascist countries fuel. The rescue was made by a
t equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk thousands. here and there. enraged soviet Russia that she gave French trawler. The plane was bad l
of magnesia. 20c.35,&60c. Q Kft 'Featarea WNU SarvJc Syndicate. In* I notice that, unless it ceased she ly damaged and was abandoned.




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t' : QJ A True NeighborT I IMPROVED Harmony of Life Though Great, Custer Foreign Words ".i
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UNIFORM INTERNATIONALSUNDAY '
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His
Kept Equipoise and Phrases ]

F ALL the best talents, that 8 T O EXIST is to bless. Life is !

!, of belonging, of being a true I Happiness. In this sublime During an encampment in the Bis dat qui cito date (L.) He ;1
member of the community, is [Lesson of all dissonanceshave !
I pause things Civil war, General Custer heard gives twice who gives quickly.
the greatest, and for many in disappeared. It is as that John Giles, an old friend of Con amore.. (It) With love; .
large cities, the least ex- BY REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean Creation
your though were but one the
of the Moody Bible Instituteof Custer family, was a privatein heartily; zealously. .<
I pressed. To be a true, neigh Chicago. vast symphony, glorifying the a nearby encampment. As Dernier ressort. (F.) The last i R
bor, citizen, patriot-to take on ()Western Newspaper Union. with .
God of Goodness an in- soon as possible Custer went to resort.

the state, so that what it does exhaustible wealth of praise call upon the man. Upor enter- Ein mann, ein wort. (G.) An

, you do; to have the state within Lesson for October 25 and harmony We have ing the tent, Custer clasped the honest man's word is his bond. '

! i you, so that all that wounds ourselves become notes in the man's hand and asked why he Festina lente. (L.) Make haste
: public life hurts you-is to recover great concert, and the' soul had Giles
CHRISTIANITY AS LOVE not called on him. replied slowly. ::
I the top root of existence, breaks the silence of ecstasy "
that he wanted to but
Ici on par 1 e francais. (F.)
to hold of the vital
most
lay "
LESSON TEXT-AcU 18:1-4; I Corinthians only to vibrate in unison with thought it might not be proper French is 'spoken here.
of all the strands of life.-Jos- 13.GOLDEN. the Eternal Joy! for a common soldier to call upona .
eph Lee. TEXT-And now abideth faith Jubilate Deo. (L.) Rejoice in
i hope charity (love), these three; but the great man. .
4 greatest of"these is ,charity (love). I Cor. Failures are facts that provea "Humph," responded Custer, "I God.Le beau monde. (F.) The {'
To accept good advice is but 13:13. man has at least actually thought you knew that I am above fashionable world.Ma .
to increase one's own ability. PRIMARY TOPIC-Why Paul Was Not tried to be successful.
all such nonsense.ClevelandPlain
Afraid. foil! (F.) On my faith!
JUNIOR TOPIC Courage in the Night. Dealer. 'Bless me!
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
-What Christian Love Is and Does. I
I: YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC y I
The Typical American Love, the Law of Life. Measuring Men 1

Foreign observers note a By way of Athens,the apostle Paul Puttering Around the Houses Man's capacities have never I
marked change in the physical
been measured nor are we to
and his co-workers came to Cor- ; ', 1\\
appearance of Americans within judge of what he
can do by
the last half century. Fifty years inth, social one of centers the great of Greece.commercialand It Time-Wasting Work of Putting precedents, so little has been any i t

ago typified the Uncle tall lantern-jawed Sam. Today, man they was a city known for its magnificent Away Things Others ,Have Used tried.-Thoreau.

architecture and its patronageof I
say, the square-faced, stocky busi-
the fine arts, but even more
ness man of the'Babbitt type best
typifies him. widely known for its abandonmentto WHEN a family is orderly, others. Putting things away is t t e if i
vice and wickedness. Here Paul, has to do much put- part of the job connected with ii i

4y'1i the apostle of faith, demonstratedthat tering about. When the membersare using the' things, just as muchas

I Ii his faith was rooted in love, not particular where they put getting the things out, is partof CLEAN ." ; .t
i and it was to the Christians who their things, it becomes the un it. The work is regular and y' .elf

were dwelling in this infamous spotof desirable duty of some person to legitimate and only becomes an ,'j

i To Alkalize corruption that he addressed his spend much time in just this, annoyance when left for the i !
Low t ST
I supremely pure and beautiful dis- very thing, puttering. Hours are wrong person to do.LeftOver r

course on love. wasted daily in such trivialitiesas Jobs. e PORTABLE '' i rear
Acid Indigestion The first portion of our lesson gathering up n e w spa pers I
finds Paul at Corinth, and providesan spread about, picking up and put- No person wants her time frit- \I',
introduction to the study of the hats scissors tered away doing the left-over :
ting away gloves, .
Away Fast love chapter from I Corinthians by thimbles, pencils, etc.. Whateverit jobs of others. Nobody enjoys

showing' from his experience that be that has been in use, having a person puttering around,
may !
either. It is distracting to at Plenty of quick penetrating warmth wherever -
I I I. Love 1s'a Fact, Not a Theory and not put away by the user, you want it!...that's what you get witha
II I (Acts 18:1-4): ). or has been put in the wrong tention, -and disturbing. to the' Coleman Radiant Heater. Carry and use
II nerves. From both the angle of anywhere. No connections. Makes and burns
I The.man whom we now recognizeas place, must be placed where 'it its own gas from untreated gasoline.
the who putters about and
perhaps the greatest preacherand belongs or the house would re- person Just the thing for removing chill from
teacher of Christian truth who those who have to endure the home office, store or for extra warmth In
flect poor housekeeping. severe weather. Costs less than 21 an hourto I
of such
followed the Lord Jesus Christ annoyance activity there .
ever Nondescript Tasks. operate! See it at your dealer's.WRITE
"came Corinth." That: great and The time given to these non- should be 'some remedy found. FOR FREE FOLDER.Send postcard now!

busy city in all probability knew descript jobs should be given by Remedies Suggested. THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.'
nothing of his arrival and cared the work toeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..e Mothers teach their Dept-WU403. Wichita Kane.; Chicago Ill.tPhiladelphia
<<... those who leave can chil- Pa.; Lot Angeles,Calif. (6403)
nothing for his; message. No one. dren to put their playthings away i iI

met the distinguished messenger of when through with them. Thisis I
God and received him into a homeof the first CHICKS-So UP.All Varieties Lay-
step to take. Then
lag and Meat Strains.Sexed Pallets
comfort and honor. 2: and Broiler Cockerels Also Daek-
she can instruct the, little folk
t
\ lines and baby Turkeys. Hatching
People Everywhere Are AdoptingThisRemarkable"Phillips" But God had not forgotten him. The Mind to put their outside things away Begs Shipped Anywhere. Custom
DEALERS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
that Paul "found LOrELL Hatching. \
For read a
Way we when they come in from outdoors HE1DEL'HATCHERIES,3940 N.Market St.Louis,Mo. t

The way to gain almost incredibly certain and his noble Jew"a wife convert, and "abode to Christ with, Meter' 9< HENDERSON habit. of Children orderliness can get into the ti i
by being
quick relief, from stomach condition "
had sent Aquila
Persecution
arising from overacidity, is to alkalize them. Bell S11dlcate.-\VN Service. made to realize that what they
the stomach quickly with Phil- to Corinth, and he was there for don't do, has to be done by

I, A lips' Milk of Magnesia. Paul to find. seur.emo oereeee.e..eeeee.en mother who is very busy and For Southerners

: You take either two teaspoons oi And the'humility of loving service The Similarities Test often too tired to do the extra whose family traditions ore tied

the liquid Phillips' after meals; or expresses itself further in, the..fact' ,tasks Affection will gain the To the glory of The lost Cause
two Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab- that the one who was to bring In each problem of-the follow' day. '

lets. Almost instantly "acid indi estion" Corinth the glorious message of the ing test there are three words..
Breaking .the Habit. With Windby
Gone The
goes, gas from hyperacidity, gospel did so at his own cost. He The first two bear a certain relationship -
"acid-headaches" overindulgence Adults should
'consider how to
labored with his hands at the trade to each other. Writein Mitchell
in food or smoking-and break 'themselves of the
nausea are relieved. You feel made which he, as every Jewish boy, a fourth word which will bear habit of reprehensible ,
I over; forget you have a stomach. had been taught by his father. the same relationship to'the third I leaving work offers story of romance,
I
i! Try this Phillips' way if you have Christianity does not ask, "What word that the second does to the I they should do, to be completed adventure, veracious history

I -i. any acid stomach upsets. Get either will ye give me?" but "How much first. by others. If they really deter- "unsurpassed in American
, the liquid "Phillips" the remark 'Bis- mine to stop this bothersome literature", 1037 -equalto
, or can I give? 1. Trenton, New Jersey;; pages
able, new Phillips' Milk of Magnesia In his first letter to the church ,mark, 2. ,fault, they will decrease the FIVE ordinary novels I $3.00
; : Tablets. Only 25$! for a big box of 2. California cotton 2. necessity of puttering about by
! which grew up at Corinth we find Grapes, ; SEND COUPON TODAY
i tablets at stores.
I
drug 3. J. the person who heartily dislikesthe .. .. .
rich in P. Morgan banking
! the enexhaustibly chapter ; ---- -- --- --------- -----
L I : work, but who for the sakeof
I, ALSO IN TABLET FORM: which Paul 'so fittingly describestrue Luther Burbank, 2. THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
order to do it rather
Each tiny tablet .-.. Christian love. It is impossiblein 4. F. D. Roosevelt, John N. prefers 60 Fifth Avenue, N.Y..C.
11 is the equivalentof E ......... short discussion of this pas- Garner; George Washington, -. than have disorder around.
I a teaspoonful .;,.,:' alwcS' any Bell Sjndicate.-WNU Service. Send_copyiies{ ) of GONE WITH.
. of genuine Phil r sage to make a complete study of it, 5. Lou Gehrig, baseball; Frank .THEV/IND.
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lips Milk ofMagnesia. ,''',' but we noteII. Parker, -.
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:H Four Truths About Love ( ;
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:1 l'J: Cor. 13:1-13)-) phonograph, -. in the United States: which
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JJPHILLIPS'' 1. Love is superior to the other 7. Robert Browning, poet ; I have a great range of temperatureare AddressRFDState.

I graces (vv. 1-3)). Emil Ludwig, -. Boise, Idaho, :which has ,recorded -
Check 0 M.O.: 0 C.O. 0. Q
MILK OF 8. Automobile air-
Life has many excellent gifts and garage; a difference as much as

MAGNESIAPraise men seek after them. How,_do they plane, -. 149 degrees between Summer and

1. r' compare 'with love? Glowing eloquence Answers Winter extremes; Bismarck, N.

Inspires the far-seeing eye of the 1. North Dakota. Dak., ,153 degrees; Pierre, S. Dak., 1:1I: ,...

You can discourage some real prophet, mountain- moving faith,' Louisiana.. 152 degrees; Yakutsk in Siberia IN NEW YORK

talent by withholding praise.Don't self-sacrifice-without love they all 3. Horticulture. :t, has recorded temperatures as highas Small. quiet and select.One half

lose their worth; in fact they are 4. John Adams. ;-:. .' 102 degrees and as low as-82 block from Fifth Avenue stores. ,

nothing. All the attainments of men 5. Tennis. '' ', degrees, and Verkheyansk, 94 degrees Single from $2. Double from $3. 1

put up with useless apart from Christ are vain and 6. Thomas A. Edison. and-90 degrees (in both HOTEL COLLINGWOOD

PAIN empty. 7. Biographer. cases a range of 184 degrees).- 45 WEST 35TH ST.,'NEW YORK

: Get rid of it 2. Love is necessary to the other 8. Hangar. Washington Star.

! graces (vv. 4-7).
I li When functional
pains of menstruation
There is a sense in which love ,
i are severe take CAUDTJI.
is not so much a grace in itselfas \\ 'HI,tiii \ If ','IJ/
I If It doesn't benefit you, consult a ; ,
physician. Don't neglect such pains. the underlying and motivating \

I They depress the tone of the nerves, power, which shows in every fine

cause sleeplessness, loss'of appetite, and noble expression of Christian
wear out your resistance.Get character. Study these verses to

a bottle of Cardul and see whether see how patiently and unselfishlylove .
It will help you. as thousands of women works. *,
have said it helped them. 'IIll
Besides easing certain pains. Cardul aids 3. Love is permanent; other IT'S 50 CRUNCHY and DELICIOUS p
in building up the whole system by help- graces fail (vv. 8-12)). .
ing women to get more strength from the
food they eat. Some gifts will cease, for there MANY PEOPLE PON'T REALIZE

will no longer be any need for how nourishing QUAKER
them. They are temporary in their

value or simply a means to an .V '? PUFFEP WHEAT REALLY.

end. But love-it began with God
: COMPARE
in eternity and will go on with
.
_him through eternity. Why then do : yeti WITH OTHER M-

we labor and seek after these other '
*
J DO you suffer burning" scanty or graces so diligently and neglect the ;3t FINE FOOPS. } ( PROTEIN

frequent urination; backache one grace which is above them all, & for GROWTH
headache, dizziness; loss of energy CALoRIES -'a
for '
for ENERGY jgON I for STRENGTH
leg pains, swellings and puffiness b4 Soft Cream Cheese
under the eyes? Are you tired, nerve 4. Love is supreme (v. 13). Dried .11f1 5plnadl... L02 0 .' '
.. 9 In nls. 4
Perez.
: ,
ous-feel those other oz.
O all unstrung and don't Even _over graces NavY 8eanS per % 3.18 fas. per
know what is wrong? which with love will abide, namely,' ms.PUFFED 1,3o mgmSt r

I Then give some thought to your faith and hope, love stands su PUFFEP;WHEA'f.... 07.. WHEAT." per oz. ti PUFFED WHEAT
I, kidneys. Be sure they function proper- preme. It is the fundamental of per 4.$? gms, per oz..

ly for functional kidney,disorder per all fundamentals. Without it all elseis .: IIi,, INNER -
mits excess waste to stay in the blood, empty and futile. And let us t-I t apiU/l/ WAX BAG = d
and to poison and upset the whole ,,, QUAKER ORIGINATED THE
system. remember, this is not pious theory;
SHOT-fROM-GUNS PROCESS
it is fact and to be translated into
Use Doan' Pitli.Doan's are for the daily life. U THAT MAKES QUAKER PUFFED P ti
l SEALED 1/
kidneys only. They are recommendedthe
world over. You can get the gen- 0 CARTONW"l" WHEAT SO TASTY AND 4

uine, time-tested DO n's at any drug Hardships: FLAVORV. ASK FOR THE 4, ,

store. Wounds and hardships provokeour TRIPLE-SEALED PACKAGE

courage, and when our fortunesare M OUr FRESHNESS. I
THAT GUARDS ITS (
a e at the lowest, our wits and uU / gPpE IWgx ,.. \I C ,
minds are commonly at the best.

-Charron.


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1936
PAGE FOUR
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\ must be made to educate the votersto But in January, 1934, Gov. Landon like you was Hoover or somebody." J I IEAD THE ADVERTISEMENTS
The Clewiston News mark their ballots for these first wrote the President: "I have felt I I But gettin' back to the legislature,

seven electors if he wishes to vote that this civil works program is one I it was just like Tallahassee around Qj I
the Democratic ticket. of the soundest, most: constructive!this town: senators, representatives,
I
Published every CLEWISTON Friday in Clewiston NEWS Also in the general election the policies of your administration and t lobby lizzards, ..newspaper men and j. m.. COUSE .
Florida, by the its < ordinary folks all millin' I
ballot is marked differently than in I cannot urge too strongly con- |Common
Inc. mark must tinuance." ('round like ,a herd of cattle in adippln Counselor and Attorney at Law II
the primaries. The cross I
be placed BEFORE the name of the Candidate Landon called public vat.There I Hopkins Building !
candidate rather than after it. works a failure. But in May, 1934,I were committee meetings Wednesdajs and Saturdays\ I 1 I
Keathley Bowden, Editor So remember to vote the Democratic Gov. Landon said: "It would be good I goin' on all over the hotel and I I 0:30 to 4:00 ,1 1i
ticket straight by marking an X business in my opinion, for Kansasto went from one room to another list- i
BEFORE the first seven electors borrow every dollar it can get under enin' in on 'em. :Mac Christie was
Entered assecond class mail mat' names and an X before the names of the PWA that could possibly, be holdin' some kind of hearin' In his \

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post other Democratic candidates on the spent on highway work by July:, room and I heard several guys get I .B. MershonAGENT
Florida, under i up and tell their stories. Some of
Office in Clewiston, ticket; in this county, for Fred Cone 1935.
the Act of :March 3, 1897. for Governor, C. Andrews for Sen- Candidate Landon said: |i 'em was good and some just medi-
ator, J. Hardin Peterson for 'Representative body knows there is too "EverY-I ocre. ,

6 Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. S. A. Grapes for County tics in relief. This has would Every now and then some guy I New York Life ', '
Superintendent and Frank A. tional scandal-a disgrace to the ad [ get Fred Cone over in a corner -
Advertising rates on application. Dougherty for Tax Collector.Let ministration; humiliation to the ; and start whisperin' to him but Insurance Company
Landon i these guy didn't fool nobody so
every loyal Democrat strive American people. But Gov ;
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Devoted to the advancement and diligently between now and Novem- was not humiliated when, to keep his they might as well have come right ARCADIA, FLORIDA
, welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ber 3 to let -everyone know exactly state budget balanced, he accepted out in the open and said "Now, Governor -
County. how to vote the ticket and impress $58,000,000 'Federal relief money, about my boy Ezekill, 'I wasthinkin'
I upon them tfie necessity for voting or when, like Oliver Twist, he pass- maybe you could do some- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
the straight Democratic ticket. ed his plate for more as he wired thin' for him"--etc. Or "My Elsie'sa
See that your neighbor gets to the -t Vote Democratic :- Washington in 1934: "We are in good gal, Fred. Of course she Furniture and Home Furnishings
L polls to cast his vote next Tuesday FROM J. P. TO PRESIDENT dire need of substantial increase in can't typewrite and she ain't never PHILCO RADIOS
, week. May grant for general relief purposesfor done nothin' like office, work, .but

,- _: Vote DemocraticToronto's :- Democratic voters of the state are I the state, as April grant' was in- she's a good" gal and you could learn Household Furnishings

"stork derby" ends on urged to support every party candidate 1 sufficient." her easy. Inc.
October 31. It may be alright for from Justice of the Peace to -: Vote Democratic :- Claude Pepper was busy over in)
I another corner takin' applicationsfor BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
the winner of the three-quarters of President and Hendry county voters DEAR KILLING
a million dollars but how about therunnersup will come about as near having to I appointments to Annapolis and
? I worry over the entire ticket as any 1 Not knowing how else to spend West Point and he ought to have
in the state. $25,000 the state livestock sanitary enough of 'em by ,now to take care
L, Democratic county I : liiiij'F': ""K.ilrdf' '. j'. 4jj
:1.
-: Vote : j Two county officials have board and bureau of anjmal hus- of his quota for the next three :
V- the rest the Lakeregion
; Clewiston and of lican opposition and these Republi-I bandry, it is said, has earmarkedthat thousand years.I .
will experience a real- boom. can candidates are sum, to be paid the state game met some bird in one of the com- SPRAYED::
s': when the harvesting season starts, bid for recognition. The Democratic I I commission for the killing of deer !mittees who was JLryin' to get sign- BEANS
('.!, for all of these crops now being nominee for Superintendent of during the hunting season. This is ers for a petition to change the name '

; planted. Schools, S. A. Graves, has opposition I! to be at the rate of $25 for each I: of Kissimmee to Coneville and Hor- are /
, -: Vote Democratic :- as has Frank A. Doughtery, the nominee I deer up to 1,000 deer in the Collier tense Wells was tryin' to get Ferd I I, .
L Reports from Fred Cone's hometown I for Tax Collector. Around these and Highland county breeding I Nordman to help Her draw up a bill M I ABETTER PAY

*, indicate that his fellowtownsmen two races there will center' a great grounds, where tropical fever'* ticks entitled an act to plow under every
are no mere fond of "Hoover- are found. third lawyer. beans
deal of local interest but it is nbt
e:" Democrats" than is Florida's gov- generally believed that the Demo- This, indeed, will be dear hunting Jim Clements came along about I @ Hundred? of growers
ernor-to-be. cratic nominees are in a great deal of I for Florida, or whoever supplies the that time and promised to lobby it who used to Iust% their beans
-: Vote Democratic :- danger. 'money. It is also the first' time, so through for her if she'd. agree to II have profited from this important -

;;.-'.' Even if work should be halted at The same is true of the state and far as we know, that a state in these lettin' him do the plowin'. fact SPRAYING
';),, this time on the recreation park tho national candidates. Florida will modern times has paid for the hunt- 1 I beans with 'Sulfocide gives

t.:: work already done would be greatly give all of the state and district can- ing and killing of deer. In most II I so many nv>-successho
-'1 beneficial to the appearance of the didates of the Democratic party good states the hunters gladly put up, at; Babcock for Senate I pickings s that it actually doubles -
( >,- block on which it is located. Evidently majorities, Fred P. Cone for Gov- goodly license fee and make a considerable : average rop productionover
; the intention of the supervisors is ernor, J. Hardin Peterson for Congressman investment for the rare VV <' : beans dusted with Siili -
i"/. to do a thorough job as they go a- and Judge C. O. Andrewsfor pleasure of going out and puttinga i fur. One SPRAYED acre

K" "long and the tract is looking very JJ. S. Senator but too much can- bullet into the friendly eyes of will yield as much as TWO
r! good as"a result. i it not be taken for granted. The Republicans deer. dusted acres.
;:' -: Vote Democratic :-' are making desperate efforts' But, you see, these deer have 1
If continue to dust
't J The New Deal lost a staunch ally ticks and it is that if you your
:; ; I to get a foothold in Florida and figured you| beans to the
",:, in the untimely death of Senator victory at the polls this November, kill the deer you will also end the you are_ going
!
:( Couzens of Michigan yesterday. He,I no matter how: small, will be a foot- life of the ticks. Just how a hunters' 1 t may,;, y* expense cultivating of seeding and ,fertiliingtwo planting,

k., was so strong for Roosevelt that he' hold which they will cling to ten- will identify the ticks before shoot-'I acres when could
fi; gave up his opportunity for re-elecJ aciously in an attempt to win fur- ing is not clear: Perhaps if the dead get the sam results j'ou from
:" tion on the Republican ticket because ther awards later on. animal has none the killer will plant
: he considered the reelectionof The Democratic has done some on it. : one acre sprayed with Sul- Q
, party a :: foci e! Can rOll afford to
the President more important. great deal for Florida during the This is going to be hard on the 45 the
keep on losing biggeryields
+ -: Vote Democratic :-, present administration. The state is deer and pear for the taxpayers. But > that bulfocide could
V O3IMISSIOX OF NAMES expecting further benefits daring the the deer cannot vote and who cares
?
be
gin
'\ I next four years after the re-electiori about a taxpayer?-Miami Herald. I jou

,..'.,' If those who criticize. the writers i of President Roosevelt. What: chance t twill -:: Vote Democratic :- Commence spraying with
' V of newspaper articles would stop to I they have if there is only a luke- 4c : Sulfocide 1 to 200 just as
at amaa MDmammgMaaaD> amDa
L consider just how difficult it is at I warm attempt made to poll as largea your beans come through;;;
x
:" times to get every detail on a story I vote as possible for the party 'can- 1 the ground." Keep new
i l/- we feel that they would not be so didates? Go to the polls on Novem- Too Late To Classify ; 4 1 ;x s growth cohered and spray
', critical. Better yet, let them step I
: ber third and cast your ballot for ry especially just after picking.
from the role which they are playing I j I the Democratic candidates and be % Russell KayIR..a..D.aDR.u. Start spraying jour toma-

I f' V and change places with the newspaper -]' assured when doing so that at tie toes, peppers, and egg plantsin
.1\ man who is always doing'I time ...=Mm. bed.
the seed
1 same you are casting a vote forFlorida's
:';'A; things, wrong: ,. and,see, just how much prosperity. The only trouble with these here 1 ,
"' effort often has to be expended to -: Vote Democratic\ :- unofficial sessions of the legislature The best dealers in Floridasell

2V' secure even the most minor details A PITIFUL SPECTACLE is that nobody's got sense enough to I C. BABCOCK Sulfocide. it will pay you
I: of a story. turn back the clock and when they HOWARD to insist on haying it. Ask

-Last week this section was visited Washington News)) "Today it is start one of these filibusters in par-I SENATECast for' helpful leaflet, "SulfoI -

: by a group of government officials a pitiful spectacler: President Roose- lor A, why mornin' ascends on ,you jour vote for a leader. Assure I chic the Bean Spray."
If' making a survey of the Everglades. know it. a busine /?-1ike
" velt said in Denver recently, "to see before you representation -
These men were entertained in Clew- Republican leaders call this great Ordinarily when I go into confine-I at AVashington. Work for i B. G. Pratt Co.

i.-: iston and their visit meant news to I (relief) program waste, and extrav- ment with my typewriter, I rights.practical state and individual 50 Church St., New YorkSULFOCIDE
Guarantee
't'"., a country newspaper. However, we agance, for they are the .same lead- start with the beginnin' and tell a vote for jour future. ,

f. were up against a snag from the I ers who, when their own state or more or less coherent story, but this H. C. BABCOCK
very start as none of the men apparently bein' the mornin' after and politics
\ j city or county was involved, were the Republican Candidate for Senate.
-,. who had helped entertain ( first to run to Washington pleading bein never endin' and never over (Paid The Bean Spray
r' Political Adv.)
! them, remembered more than one or for Federal aid. Consistency is still I anyhow, maybe it won't make no difference -
:'V' two names of the group. As we were a virtue in life, but when it comesto and what I say won't be

:' concerned principally with this a campaign year consistency is a I used against me.I I / \t7fj 't @} 1i fiJ !
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group of men from Washington we word not found in the Republican don't know whether Mr. Lam -
;..- finally discovered their names and campaign vocabulary." don's ears were burnin' last s
..I,: title in a Miami newspaper, copied In his speech on relief 'in Cleveland -! not, but if they w' ren't ]he must have II SOLICITING YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT, FOR

h" the names and used in the article the Governor Landon, unfortunateIly' been wearin' asbestos muffs on I

s: names of local men who we knew to played just such a role. As presidential -! for he sure was bein' talked about
have been with them and wrote the about that So GRAVES
r candidate he completely reversed and if half they say guy A.
-V story. his words and actions as gov- is true somebody ought to swear outa .
: But we neglected to trace down ernor of Kansas. Forsaking his former warrant for him.
;, all who had been in the party and friendly and cooperative attitude! The oratorical shadow boxin' begun -

for: this were' severely criticized inV toward the Federal Government, he I right after supper. and the Hon Democratic Nominee For
'V a letter received at the News office denounced arable Claude the
s wholly and intemperately Pepper opens up
; this week from a local subscriber. the very relief program he praised 1 exercise by takin' on everybody 'from
(;; We? are sorry that this was so and as governor. In its unsupported' Alexander Hamilton right on downto
k.; had anyone been sufficiently interested charges and extravagance of utter- Al Smith. I never saa guy who Superintendent" .

to have obtained a completer ance it came near being 'a political ,could say so many mean' things in
t of thoyso present we should have harangue than a statesmanlikead- such a nice way. And folks, how that
S /"',i: lad' to have published it. As [dress. boy Pepper can hit! He's got a wal- Public Instruction
:' ;I. \','<1. > >*<. did our best to get a complete :
I Candidate Landon paid: "The lop that's a Lulu and I mean he putit
i: ] story and. do not feel that this whole program lacked any sound, right bang smack on Mr. Landon's
criticism is justified under the cir-I practical, clear-headed planning.:: button and knocked'' that gentleman \

; cumst .nces. I But two years ago Gov. Landon said: colder than a polar bear's nose. In The General ElectionNOVEMBER
.;" -: Vote Democratic :_ "Well, if the Democrats won't stand I don't remember who the guy was I

EDUCATING TILE VOTERS up for the relief program and its I a long time ago who got his name in 3d -
administration I will do it for them. the papers on account of slayin' a "
voter
A in a general election in I say that, considering the problems mess of Philistines with somebody
': Florida, unless he has taken some they have met they have done a good else's jaw-bone, but Fred Cone comes
;'. time to study how to vote, faces a iob, and I am glad to' have cooperated -i along right behind Mr. Pepper and Mr. Graves has served as Assistant Superintendent -

: perplexing problem when he startsto with them." he slayed about ten million nepubli-I for the past twelve months and has
vote for President of the United Candidate Landon made this state- cans and did it, with his
States. The name of the Presidential ment: "The ugly fact is the membersof jaw-bone: and he seemed to be as I rendered efficient and courteous service.
candidates do not appear on the bal- this Administration have con- fresh when he, got through as he
lot and seven votes must be cast for lemned one-sixth of our people to was when he started..
the seven electors of the party whose 'live] in a 'separate economic world of I While Fred was talkin' there wasa Successful Experience IsV Your Safeguard
candidate the voter wishes to sup- 'their own." Less than a year ago I colored Mammy stan .ln' back in

port.This Gov. Landon said: "I am confident j I[I the crowd with an infant in ,her arms Against Doubtful Promises.
has 'been simplified some- hat the President and the WPA are and when the Offspring starts howl-
what this year by the names of the doing all in their power to get the in' right in the middle of Fred's
(Paid For By Friends of S. ,A. Gravesr'J )
Democratic electors being placed on I people to work." speech she 'says "Y'all better hush I

the ballot in groups ahead of the Candidate Landon ridiculed CWA yo mouf befo dat white man comedown .- '- _.
Republican electors but every effort as "another alphabetical agency." I here and start mouthin' ,you .r".i :t_: S -._-::.: ,:'_:':''' _. ._". -- .'_' ":- : ;
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1036 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAG1? FIVE

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,;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:NN:..:N MNyt: MRS.! O. F. SCHIFFLI GIVES Knapp and R. N. Smith. The choir and the Merrimac The class officersof Clewiston boys were defeated by a
'' BRIDGE PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. ,will sing the offerotory anthem, the eighth grade are: President, score of 3-1. South Bay scored in
Personal Mention "I WJ11; Praise Thee." Renee Wethington; Vice-president, the third and fifth innings while
L : O. F. Schiffli entertained at
,@ On Monday night the officers and Rhunelle McGehee; SecretaryTreasurer Clewiston scored in the sixth inning..
:..:..:..:... :':":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:'....:. her home Wednesday afternoon with teachers. of the Sunday School helda Barbara Smith. The South Bay boys got three hits
Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff left four tables of contract bridge.A conference at the manse at which I The school wishes to thank 1\I'I's.; and the Clewiston boys got three.
Hallowe'en motif was used in time permanent assignments of G. Small for several good novels do- South Bay made two errors while
Saturday for a visit in Cuba.
: decorations and refreshments. The teachers and assistants were made, nated to the school. The school was i Clewiston made four.
x hostess was assisted, by Mrs. W. C. material allocated to the various II also 'very glad to receive about two There were quite a few Clewiston
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams were. Owen and Mrs. J. B. Dotterer in classes and orders made up for pur- dozen copies each of Popular Mechanics spectators at the game although we
visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday.C. serving date loaf, salted nuts and chase of additional equipment. While and ,Time magazines. Mr. A. would like to see more come out.
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coffee to the guests. the financial condition of the Sun- O. Ward had saved each copy of
N L. Downs spent several days Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won the high day School was reported as excel- these magazines over a period of DEMOCRATIC ELECTORSFred
this week In' Sarasota on business.
ij. score prize, a pair of pillow cases; lent, the attendance is not up to about two years. Such a donationis
Mrs. R. N. Smith was second high standard and a vigorous campaign I greatly appreciated by the school Andrews.W. .
!1 Mr. and Mrs. J. F.Tippey, Mrx and received a sandwich tray while will be waged to increase attendancein and are valuable for reference workin P. (Bill) Arnold.
Z. G. Meredith: and daughter, PatE, Mrs. G. B. Thomas won the conso- all departments. the library. Earle B). Askew. "IJ
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were, LaBelle visitors Sunday. lation prize, a bridge score set. The Tuesday night the Session met at Mrs. Lucyle LunsfoiG, county Mrs. George M. Dorman. ;

cut prize, a set of salt and pepper the manse. Action was taken to en- nurse for Hendry and Glades coun- Wallace N. Keith:
j Ed Heath of Fort Meade, returnedto shakers, went to Mrs., D. G. Alston courage collections on pledges dur- ties visited the school on Wednesdayand i
Clewiston this week and has ?,"- Those present were: Mrs. H. R. ing this fourth quarter of the year began an inspection of ,childrenin Lloyd Morgan.: .
cepted a position in the Lake -Drug.Mr. Hall, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. R. in order to bring the 'current year's the first grade.. She is conductinga J. J. Parrish, Jr. [

Lawler Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. G. budget in balance before the Every regular routine inspection as plan-
and Mrs. M. ,V'. Bigg were E. Smith, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Member Canvass for next year. A ned by the State Board of Health. I!
visitors in West Palm Beach .Satur- Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail, vote of appreciation and thanks was She is to first inspect pupils of the \

day. Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. G. B. Thomas extended the Ladies Aid for paint- first third and fifth grades and any _. _ I
Mrs. W C. Hooker, Mrs. D. G. ing the church during the' summer. other pupils when the teachers thinkit // Fi.O"RIDA .[
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and '. Alston, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mis. especially necessary. It is hoped :" \
daughter, Marianne, spent Saturday T. B. Shelley, Mrs. M.. E., Yenawineand that the State Board of Health will '- I
in West Palm Beach. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. soon arrive for the inspection in the s
\ _____ second, fourth and sixth grades.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shields, Jr., SURPRISE EjIRTIlDAY PARTY School 'es Mrs. Lunsford will again be at the !
of Moore Haven; were business visitors GIVEN FOR ROY ALSTONMrs. school on Tuesday of next week and I .ITTi1i
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here today. states that any parent desiring toy
1 Roy Alston entertained Mon- Editor ..................._.Ethel Willis fee her on that day will be welcome.She '!
G1J Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Mr;:;. day evening with a surprise tacky Ass't Editor .........Trevlyn Moltz expects to work with the P.-T.I ::
G. E. 'Smith were visitors in Wen! party, the occasion being Mr. ,Als- Spoils: Editor '....__LeRoy Have I A. and any organization interestedin [ : :
' Palm Beach Tuesday; i. ton's birthday. ,.; Advisor .....Miss Dorothy. Lockhait public health and child welfare.
i t ti\ --- -- Many original and comical costumes I I Sports Li1 -' I

H. O. Peters, of the West Pal were worn by the guests, Mrs.A. The Clewiston Junior High boys
f frt
Beach Engineer office was here o.. W. Sias and Carl Johnson winning First Grade Weekly Reading Honor played the South Bay Junior High t : ,

r.i business Thursday. prizes for the most original. Mrs. RollMary boys Thursday' afternoon at Clew- ;_! [ ] [ r f
Ruth Johnson Lillian Golden
Sias' prize was a box of candy madeof iaton.It "
C. L. Downs and H. R. Hall we' 3 covered Australian pine cones Virginia Turner, Ruby Ricks, was a very close game but theButler's I
in Miami on business Saturday antI while Mr. Johnson received a pasteboard Carline Berner, and Grant Brewer. .f,
Sunday.Mr. cake.Following. Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll- '.l.1
--- a series of :kid games Pat Bailey, Bobby Maynard, Berk- ;:I
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and Mrs. R. C. Wilson werr played on the lawn the guests enjoyed ley Ivey, Charles Benbow, Grace t
visitors in West Palm Beeach .Satur- a delicious salad course' served Ward, Mary Louise Thomas, Peggy .
day. buffet style. Lawler, Janice Norton, June Espen- Beauty Shop Stop at thejiotelpotcleia '... .:1\
Thise attending were:, Miss Jewel laub[ Dorothy Mitchell, Nancy .
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruze have Russell, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, ''' right, Junior McCracken, Louise I I OFFERS I / :

moved into an apartment in Saga- Mr. and Mrs.. R. J. Lee, Mr. and'Mrs.S. Prewitt, Bobby Courson, Billy 11ayn1ard
more Court. L. Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sammie Young, Raymond Trice,I Special BargainsFROM

Sias, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Ruth Emrich, Harriet Alston, Mary I 312 S. ,E. SECOND AVENUE ;
Douglas Puryear," of Dalton, Ga., Miss Leo Willingham, Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Smith and Gilbert McLeod. I

: was here visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Ward Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Third Grade Spelling. Honor Roll- Nov. 1 to Jan. 1 All Outside Rooms With "'::1
I L. Downs the first of the wek. F. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- Noley Geiger, James Ricks, May- .1
t rence, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, me Johnson, Nora Oglesby, Shirley WITH GREAT APPEAL TO Private Bath ';..I!
of Parker Wilson Carl Johnson and Moon, David Simmons, Norman Hor- --
Mr. 'nd Mrs. E. S. Matteson, COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Palm: City, visited their daughter, Andrew Beery. ton and Esther Brewer. EVERY WOMAN .
Miss Laura Mattieson this week. ----- Fourth Grade News- Overlooking Uiscajne Bay '.:I
-- SUNDAY SCHOOL EXECUTIVE The fourth grade's Good Citizens
I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichard arrived :- :MEETING HELD AT :MANSE Club meets, every two weeks and hasa Permanents from $2.50 Ito $10 Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and :


: I Saturday for a visit with their program. Business Section. .:
: I A daughter, Mrs. G. S. Mobley and. Mr. .I The Sunday School ,Executive Spelling Honor Roll- Facial, manicure and arch, $1.50 ,
: Mobley.Mr. meeting of the Community church Henry: Chapman, Doris Poole and RATES -
Facial. Shampoo and set, Dry,
-- was held Monday evening at.the Christine.Redish.... .
and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were manse. Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll-:I $1.50Haircuts 1.50 Single '

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .1 Those present included: Mrs. M. Eric Belcher and Marianne Jones. $.35 '
Couse in Moore Haven Saturday ev- R. Lawler, R. N. Smith, Dr. and Mrs.J. Sixth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- $2.50 Double
ening. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Her- James Brewer, Elizabeth Hooker,
I ring, F. M. Wright, Mrs. C. H. Berner Gloria McDuffie, Beatrice Pratt, Special Family, Weekly &
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, of )Miami Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. C..E. Anne Pafford and Elizabeth Winn. Butler's Beauty Shop Monthly Rates
spent Thursday and Friday here with Moon, I. M. Pafford, M. E. Yena- Eighth Grade News: 1 Clewiston Inn Telephone 345
her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Etherton wine, I. D. Leydig, and. Miss Marion The eighth grade is studying the S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
I I Civil War. As a project we have ":"
I and Mr. Etherton. Leydig.
I I
-,- made soap models of the Monitor],

} Dr. D. ,J. Williams and I. D. Ley- COMMUNITY ,CHURCH NEWS
dig attended the Southern Presby- -I

tery of the Synod of Florida. at Lake Sunday, October 2;:)
Alfred last week. Sunday school at 9:45 with two

adult Bible classes taught by Mis.M. .
Mrs. H. O. Peters and daughter, :: R. Lawler and B. E. Herring. .
LaDeen, left 1Ionday.to join Mr. Junior Church. SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
Peters in West Palm Beach. 111'Pet- Evening service at 7:45.
ers' spent the week-end here with Dr, Williams' sermon theme will

them. i be "The Danger of Distance." ,-,'
The musical will feature"A
program .
Toivald E. Thorgeson, Junior En- Green Cathedral" presented bya .. '. ,: \ .

gineer for the U.: S. Engineers who quartet composed of Mrs.: M. R. ., .. ,. Record of Dividends of

has been employed on the Okeechobee Lawler, Miss Marion Leydig, 'L. W. '- ,: : '. '. Clewiston Home Building Association
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projects has been transferred to .
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the Palm Beach office. .. .
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. . . . .. RATE RATE
Zerney Meredith returned Wednesday 1
: lpEIICEXT YEAH PERCENT
o from Wilmington, Del., where 1 .'- YEAR. (, : 3

he has been in business for several 1928 r 5.5 1933 6
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months. He will be hereby 1 .
employed '
the U. S. Sugar Corporation. i Good FarmLand .j,.' '.;/'''' "':. '::t. 1929w 1 .:. 7 :,. '.'; 7 1934 6
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Mr.son and, Clark Mrs., will Morton leave Ironmongerand Saturdayfor ..- ,. ...'. ,,.:,.,'-. ,,<,.,'.;,,'J::'.,!:r'"t' r !f. 1931 r\-,;, "....:...;.'-A. \-, 1 1936 6 ., .

Miami where 'they will attend "L;.,Y-' : ;-;,''''''"':'( l t.f-- 1932' "- "'0>:'6'' ... "
"
I the wedding of Mrs. Ironmonger's ;;;:; ;>:
I neice, Miss Virginia Sharp, which : for RentI : : ; it {')r i ;
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will take place there Sunday. Miss I c.-?:;) 'l ._ ; ." ,:' ,, <
Sharp is well known to many .Clew I -
iston residents, having visited Mrs. ::1 !'''''''': ." .' .. ':' ''' '.:,+ .. ,' .- .- CALL BY THE. HOME,

Ironmonger several times. BUILDING OFFICE FIRST'I

MILLERS EXTCRTAIX WITH ;!I I Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOl\IORnOW'

BRIDGE PARTY FOR PETERS 1 1I I return. Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS OVER. .
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"Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller enter- Trespassers dividends of less than 4 percent per year. '

tained a group of friends with a Will Be rI In these days of reduced interest on savings : ,
bridge party at their home Saturday I -
evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. H. I ProsecutedThe accounts and reduced returns on other
O. Peters, who moved this week to
i ir forms of investment Home Building offers ; GT
West Palm Beach to make their
home. ill r I II' the conservative, thrifty investor the investment '"
II
I Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley held =;1I I I best suited to his needs. In-
c the high score and received a set of ,I
book ends as the prize. Dr. and Mrs. I' I vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso- -

J.V.. Ezelle ,were low and receiveda I
'ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME
decorated toothpick holder. The I:
guests were presented with a set of II; little as $5.00 per month or as much as -

pictures.Chicken salad, hot rolls and. coffee -I I!:! ClewistonCompany $1,000.00 i in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION BUILDING

were served to: Mr. and Mrs. I. Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.
M. Pafford, Mr. and Mrs. R. N.I '-:! : PHONES 102103i
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Smith, Mr. and Mrs.'' M. R. Lawler,I '
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Houser,. Mr. and
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Mrs. G. S. Mobley and Dr. and Mrs.J. .II .
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Dragons Drive You Wisdom SayA:5j Is Personal I::'


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: : By EDWIN BALMER : : ". one else.can't Each communicate man's life is to his anyone own.
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clock will never be the man of the
Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service hour. ,

A monkey never seems to have
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CHAPTER XIIContinued19 It enough to let Remble in, and. bolted "Ever? Again and again, over and you know. Don't you? He knows. I ment as it is for some men. '

it once more. over I Do you?" I've made him know! He tried to No creature, human or other-

"Yes" said -Agnes-, losing breath. Ken Remble stood gaping, his' partner "Do I?" He could speak no furtherto kill himself-for me. But you, wise, can welcome you quite as

"Can do something?" She caught at his feet. The cartridges which her. He stood, keeping himself off Agnes; you go ahead To hell with wholeheartedly as a dog.
you Cathal had ejected were scattered on as he had, searching her eyes in the everything else Be happy-happy! ,No greater treasure is
his sleeve. "I don't know whom to turn given to a
the floor. dim light; but slowly, slowly his hands Happy, I tell you I" man than close-mouthed
a
to. Father can do no more just now; friend.
"He shot himself!1" Ken Remble went to her.
It is the
and Jeb-Mr. Braddon-Davis would only kind that is fit to be.
whispered."No She saw them and waited for them ; Daylight laid Agnes no dismay.
But upon
be frantic If he helped him. youcan't
," said Cathal. "I took the gun but they stopped, and she seized his through nours after Bee- had- returnedto -
for him.
"I can't put ,"up admitted money Cathalnot to away from him. He's .knocked out; suddenly, and she clasped her fingers Davis, Agnes lay awake; but she Ants Dig WellsIt

amount such as he will need. But that's all." through his ; and so, as he held to her, had slept at last to rouse to objects is no longer a secret in South

any that's not all there is to do." "Who are you?" she held to him. And they felt each that showed again their sharp edges, Africa how white ants obtain their

borrowingon "O'Mara. I'm a lawyer." other quivering."So to glares and to shadows. water supply. A naturalist has discovered -

"He his' got life his insurance.capital I by don't know "Lawyer?" it's come to you too !I" he whispered She' shut her eyes again and curledto that they can get water

"I came here as his friend." relive the enjoyment of his arms even in deserts. When a well was
how one does that; do you? "Oh What's now'?'' "Yes, Cathal I O'Mara, it's come to
our move about her for the moment before he being sunk on a Transvaal farm
"Yes-when's his birthday? "Yours," said Cathal, his! to quiet me too." had put her away from him-when, the drillers saw a tiny two-inch

"October 29. Why?" your people. Tell them anything you Their fingers twisted together In though he held her and she clung to shaft running into the earth. They

"It was Just something I wanted to please; and tell me later. I'll stay glorious agony. him, his own faith had failed him. For traced a miniature well sixty-five '_

know," said Cathal, and held out his with him. "But what can we do with It?" he knew that it must be-It was, in feet deep. With amazing persistence -

,', hand. Hers was In his ; he held It; and He was alone with Davis again be- "Do? What do you want to do?" some degree at least the world of oth- the white ants had dug their .

'. then he let go. hind the locked door. "Live in our kingdom ; can we?" ers that they must live in ; and no way until they found water.

Cathal drove away with a calendar Davis sat up dizzily. "What time is "Our kingdom? Where?' desperate denials of his own, even The naturalist kept watch and

:::" superimposed over the other excite- it?" "Wherever you" will]} be-with me- though she joined in them, could screen saw water-carrier ants moving up

t" ments in his mind. Today was the "Time?" said Cathal ; and before he if you believe it. that world away. and down the shaft by day and
twenty-fifth of May. So Davis Ayre- "Believe what, Cathal? Jeb called. And it
brought the desk clock into Davis' up. was strangeto night each returning to the surface
forth's birthday was four days and five sight, he turned the hands. "It's after "That It's not the world of others talk to him and never to Cathal. with a drop of water. The

months away. That meant that In all twelve, Ayreforth," he said. "It's two that lovers live in ; it's the kingdomof :Stranger: still that he, and never round trip required half an hour.

It' probability he must make his heavy minutes after noon. Your insurancehas themselves alone. Cathal, came to the house. But she
"' payments of life Insurance premiums expired." "It may be a marvelous, movable kept herself from Jeb's hands.
.'" within four For life-insurance kingdom. For it's wherever one finds Her father Involved In
days. "I didn't do It!I" he broke down utterly was again
: practice fixes the date upon which a "I didn't do it-for her." the other. In the city to have it, you Davis' affairs ; and Jeb again-and unknown TIME IS SHORT, BUT FOOD IS TASTY...

i..: man's age "changes" an even half-year need but together to shut the door ; or to. Davis, Agnes hoped-was YOU EAT A LOT AND EAT IT HASTY...
him in office
Cathal remained with the
\- -six months-before his birthday. DavIs it may surprise you from no more thana helping him salvage something. IN CASE A CASE OF HEARTBURN COMES,

:., ; Ayreforth's age "changed." there until two o'clock, when he was meeting, unexpected, amid the crowd Every other day, it seemed, Cathal's WE HOPE YOU'VE GOT YOUR ROLL OF TUMSI!
communicate with Robert Glen-
able to
of the street. ..
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k fore, on the twenty-ninth of April ; and name was in the papers ; and always
eith in his office and Gleneith came t'
; "There, I've told But 1 know- :
that date most of his you. accorded the new for he
on undoubtedly, respect; spokeof \ ; '
for the Dark One's husband and took
: 1 know it's in my fancy, only. With
:
= insurance and accused, or about to be
;:: policies were written, men put on \ P
him home. all the differences between us, can it "
> the each due. But trial, who too recently had ruled.
premiums year were
That when he arrived at the "
evening
ever be? \\J1j
:.,: the companies,by common practice, extended LInsdales', Cathal received a messageHe Queerly and pleasantly on unsum- ...; /
I. r: date of payment by a month's I moned occasions through these long, \, ; ;
CHAPTER XIII .
"grace." So the final day for payment listless days, she recollected everythinghe .. .. .

'. would be May 29-just four days off. had said to her from the very first,
It: Bee, not yet undressed, lay on the -
.: Cathal drove to the city that night and with a clarity and completeness as
bed beside her husband. He had worn
f< lost only at times In the delights of If, at the time, she had memorized it.
himself out; and the bromide which
<(' his dreams of her; with these, he was she had brought him bad made him So on one day-!it was the ninth of

A'' haunted by desperate eyes and men'sbitten the ordeal of the fourteen-she recalled -
sleepy at last; but she could not sleep.A .
how he had' told her that his
lips-Linsdale's and Ayreforth's.Cathal .
car drove away ; and Bee crept
grandfather had died in the Cold Stor-
did not forget Davis. He re-
from the room, closed the door care-
ceived on the twenty-eighth the full age fire in the Fair of 93.
fully behind her, and waited at the top
special reports which be had ordered the did It had meant nothing to her; but
of stairs. Agnes not appear; CO causes for acid indigestion I
from the commercial agencies, and now she inquired of' It ; and the next ** many ,
and there was no sound below. "Ag- Hasty eating. smoking beverages .
L' further a verbal report from his own YI nes Agnes !I" Bee called cautiously ; afternoon she was' In the Tribune ..rich foods. .no wonder we have
investigator; and on the forenoon of and for a moment she had the fear tower, asking to see the files of the sudden,unexpected attacks of heartburn

the twenty-ninth' Cathal went to Davis' that her sister had driven away with paper for July 1S93. So there, upon sour learned stomach the smart or gas thing! But to millions do is carry have

office. s O'Mara. "Agnes !" the brittle and yellowed page, she read Turns! These tasty mints give scientific

) Davis, after a time, sent out word Agnes turned from the door where his name-Cathal Martin O'Mara ; and thorough relief so quickly! Contain no

,: he could not see Mr. O'Mara. / VlZ she had stood since he left her. She she read what that Cathal O'Mara, harsh stomach.alkali.Release. cannot just orer-alkahze enough antacid your

Cathal, standing, stared past the sec- heard Bee at last, and looked up and nearly forty years ago, had dared and compound to correct stomach acidity. .

retary who brought this message; he saw her. done, and how he had died. And his remainder, passes un-released from your

strode past her, then, and tried to She went slowly, almost as If with wife, who bad been young then, had like system.candy.And So they're handy so to pleasant.carry in .pocketor just

q turn the knob of Mr. Ayreforth's door. dilhculty ; and Indeed, difficulties as- had to look on. purse. lOc a roll at any drugstore-or 3

It did not turn. It was locked. sailed/her. but she did not feel themas Winnie, that was, Winnie, who had rolls for 25c in the ECONOMY PACK.

Perhaps, during his wait, Cathal unconsciously her own. For herself, she felt no been at the trial FOR THE TUMMY

x had prepared the plan doubt at all. She was defiantly, ex- Agnes went out to a taxi. TUM ,.

which immediately he adopted. He ultingly sure-of herself, and of him. TUMS APE ffiID ;
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had not expected exactly this situa- "Agnes, what' have you done?" Winnie, on this afternoon, was home I! AN AC .... Tuns'Y"'s To""C"... os r
tion; but he did not delay an instant "Done !I" said Agnes breathlessly. alone, as she often was, and especially NOT A lAXATIVE .Revrou.avMen's

He went to the window of the outer "What I'll never, 'never undowhatever on the afternoons of Tuesday and Friday i

office which adjoined the partition wall. anybody says. Bee I've told. for then she baked. Bread, first,

;, It was open, and he stepped out upon Cathal O'Mara I'll marry him." and next cakes. I Thoughts
y- the 'sill. A twin window, also open, Her sister seized her. "What? She timed this baking to the school What some men think has more
bells which, at half-past three, would effect than what others say.-Lord
!1""Yes
was on the other side of the partition, Agnes
"I told him. ring their release to the little girls and Chesterfield.
with a step between their sills. Cathal whispered Agnes,

caught the sash and made the step- That's what I did.. But he fears I b'ys.She

+. and he was in Davis' office. Got His Capital by Borrowingon don't know what I mean. That's why stirred a great bowl of smooth

: Only after he had entered did Davis His Life-Insurance. he's gone away." i golden batter, did Winnie, and she DDSCOVERED

seem to have heard him. Davis was would "What are you talking about Come poured a scant half of it into the big
to call Miss Gleneith. She wait
The Relieve CoughsQUiCKLY
;. sitting at his desk with pen In his hand for him, Agnes told him, no matter into my room," begged Bee, before she ,! round tin for the family cake. Way to
j turned into
He had remembered Davis beyond her bigger half, by far, Winnie
over paper. been trying to just
how late It might be before he could
write something.He door. "No : yours," said said to her her tins of dozens of little cupcakesfor
to the house.It .
come
jerked about sister and Agnes followed her Into her the b'ys and girls. And for them, irritated tissues of the
dropping his pen. ; ITS BY relieving both the
was Agnes who opened the door; i when they came, she had plenty ot throat and bronchial tuba. Ono set of ingredients .
He O'Mara and .
\ saw started to rise own room.
and they were alone In the hall. in FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR quickly 'WI
but he did not. His hand darted to "Now, tell Die," the Dark One com milk in the Icebox. relieves tickling/ hacking, coughing; coats
4 an open drawer beside him and She spoke to Cathal so quietly that manded. :She: had quarts of It today-quarts and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you
came he asked: "He's all right?" need. For these from coughing. Another set actually enters the
%. up with a pistol, which he lifted, not "For two weeks," said Agnes con- beyond the family blood, reaches the affected bronchial tubes,
;-k toward Cathal, but toward his own Agnes glanced toward the silent fusedly, "he means to stay away.We're I were bitter times for them about here, loosens phlegm, helps break up due cough to a cold and
cough ,
r stairs. "Bee's trying to get him to for the rich or them that speeds recovery. Check a
well as ,
head. not to see each other; he won'tcome as before it gets worse, before others catch it.
sleep. He wanted to do It-for her." had been rich. FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR.It .
He won't call
here. even me.
Cathal caught\him ; and they fought hgivestquick relief and speeded-up Tt OetTy.
for the pistol. She caught his hand. "What can I "Why?" i So Winnie sat with her huge bowlIn

It was like grappling a madman. say to you?" "So I'll have the time to myself to her aproned lap, stirring the batter

4. Cathal blocked his arm so that the "Nothing," said Cathal, his hand be surer." smooth with her big wooden spoon, to Rather Late

hand with the pistol pointed off, but burning from her touch. He wantedto "Do you need to be surer?" Bee asked. be,ready once more for the childer You don't see the cloud's silver

Cathal could not get the pistol away. turn his hand and clasp hers; he "Lookat..me, Agnes Oh, damn it, b'ys and girls ; and was it strange thatit lining till after it has passed.

Then suddenly the pistol dropped. wanted-how he wanted to draw her you've\ got it You've got it AndI was the little, bold, hungry b'ys In

.T It was on the floor; and for the moment to him But he did not never had And I've my third child patched trousers and scuffed shoes who

'i Cathal was outwitted. He "But for you," she whispered, "but within me. most caught:: at her heart? When You Needa

thought he had won ; and he let Davisgo. for you-" She closed her eyes, and "I've got him yet I'm glad of that, (TO BE CONTINUED) Laxative

could not finish. Then she looked up Thousands of men and women

Davis fell back from him, and Cathal at him again. "We've shared some ter- know how wise IMs to take Black-

stooped for the pistol., And he had It rible things, you and I, Cathal O'Mara," Parachute Assists Fighters of Forest Draught at the first sign of consti-

safe, and had snapped the cartridges she said. pation. They like the refreshing'relief -

out, when he realized Davis was at "May we share more !I" Fires ; an Improvement Over Old Methods It brings. They know its feeling timelyuse
The that had been In his may save them from
the window-12 floors above the street. burning losing time at
hand his "Not i i badly and possibly
was throughout body.
There must be for a man still sane, Improved methods of fire fightingmay I nary parachute and is larger, thirty work from sickness brought on by
troubles I he said. "Yet
more mean ,
mostly a second's ,
halt before self-de result from experiments of the feet across. A small rubber tube Is constipation.
struction and so again ,Cathal caught may I have my part In putting them United States forest service with a sewed around its perimeter and inflated If you have to take a laxative occasionally -
from If to !I"
they are come
him. you can rely on
It to in you
open
i with air, which causes
21 He clutched him with both arms Her hand was gone from him, but special parachute.

from behind, and bracing his feet be- she was leading him out onto the ter- Preliminary tests here, writes a Utah stantaneously.The packed in a circular BLACKDRAUGHTA
parachute
indicate ris
''' low the window, he pulled Davis back race, where the lights from the house United Press correspondent, fastened the floor .
that the 'chutes will enable fighters to canvas pack on GOOD LAXATIVE
; Into the room ; and then Cathal tookno :. dimly shone. "Do you remember-the descends a
The jumper
chances. lightning?" timidly he asked. attack fires at their source. The biggest of\the plane.
more He let go and re- the
advantage is the fact that as soon asa metal ladder until suspended by WNU-7 43-38
gained his feet first; and as Davis "I remember everything we've done locates
stood up, Cathal swung with all his together," she replied with her honest- forest fire is spotted, no matter how parachute lines. The pilot merely -
good
low over a
weight in the blow upon Davis' chin. ness that excited him through.He inaccessible the region, an airplane may the fire, circles
take and at the fire landing! spot and releases the jumper
Davis dropped to the floor on his was keeping himself from her; off drop men I
face. within a few minutes, "spotting" it
carefully he kept to himself; and she
The office people from a height of about 150-feet. Cure for Cold
were pounding at wanted him closer. When he did not
the locked door and shouting for ad move, Bhe did. Since many fires are far from main When circus elephants catch cold,

mittance."Is "The times we've met," she heard reads, fire fighters now lose time the attendants treat them with boiling

,,',. Mr. Remble there?" Cathal called him say, "could be packed in a day ; reaching' them. vinegar. By means of a large bag that ,

through ; and when the partner uncovered do you know It?" The parachute was invented and de- slips on over the trunk, the animalsare

: "You come in ; keep everybodyelse "I know it. What a day !l't veloped by T. V. Pearson of the forest made tc inhale the vinegar, whichis

out," he unlocked the door, swung "Do you live In Iteverr'o_, service here. It differs from an ordi- said to be very effective as a cure.



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H.I r THE CHEERFUL CHERU& Rules for Hearing, ;

@ Believing, and Doing ;

When I'm out riding
OUR COMIC SECTION.FINNEY The longer I live the more I
1! with my friends feel the importance of adheringto
r (Oh the rules which I have laid
i very very
down for myself in such matters:
[ I Ii rich they fcre.) 1, To hear as little as possible
i I "/ what is to the prejudice of others.
: ByTedO'Loughiin I tlsJ ys try to t.ct 2, To believe nothing of the kind ,
/ J OF THE FORCE t)B;"'...t.m N...,....Unlos Ride and Wrong ret l bored till I am absolutely forced to. 3, I
Never to drink in the spirit of one
And look as if 1 who circulates an ill report. 4, Al- : I

yEZ WANTED A BE Ho.HO1"tI'BROKlN PATROL/DO M M// owned the, ways to moderate, as far as I
ROIDE SO IN YEZ can, the unkindness which is expressed '
WAL-ME LADS1 if towards others. 5, Al-
(SOHITCH HOIKIK4' NE'LL 1 MAPTA 5lT c.'t..r1OCAtf'! ways to believe that, if the other

6E AGW TN'LAW = OUT AM' WALK 0 side were heard, a very different

HERE W'''' MB To Tu account would be given of the j

matter.
STHATIONl'lEAH WNU Service.




i 5 I_Talk of the Quilting Bee



: 1iflLr1Trh [ together with yardage chart.1,
diagram of quilt to help arrangethe
I I blocks for single and double
bed size, and a diagram of block
which serves as a guide for plac
.I' '--'" -- I ing"the patches and suggests con-
) trasting materials.To .
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: obtain this pattern, send 15
cents in stamps or coins (coins
preferred) to The Sewing Circle "
Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
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Write plainly pattern number, I
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I Pattern 5591 Ir
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I the quilting bee-this quaint Pine-
apple pattern! And why wouldn'tit Imprinted"Did
I II be? With nearly all the patch you learn right from wrongat
I pieces the same width, you can your mother's knee?" f
cut your fabric into strips and "No, across my father's." ,
snip off pieces as needed. Easily
made, you start from the center And a GuaranteeDistracted"Mother
and sew round and round till the Oh, dear, '
I block is done. what shall I do with baby? I
I In pattern 5591 you will find Young Son-Didn't we get a I
the Block Chart, an illustrationfor book of instructions with it,
cutting, sewing and finishing, mother? I

f. TIlE ,FEATHERHEADS .JW;r: ... Some Choke:: Sweet Gift ,

What It Is All About "Yesterday I helped an old !
SAy FELIX-- WERE: (- I FELL LoH//ERLc EANWELOR / When from the human heart the gentleman over the road and when I
A SWELL CAM SPRiW oN oTitERWHEN it is true look to me and said: 'Here's some-
No, ALL THE no answer to onlyat '*
= z zBZZz that of thing for a cup of coffee.
YOUR vJIFE-13 z part experience which
GIRL WAS
So "What was it?
ETC-AND 1i-4J comes to us through certain sen- .
FboLiSW STAMP AND LOOK "A piece of sugar."
and reply: "It is
you sA'WAs THE r-THAT A sory organs
ME" vJ1Tta
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CHEER i n CTooD y opEN rMoUT the universe of fiery globes moving
LEADER, OWE"/ NS on to impending gloom; it is 5 AND 10 JARS

about non-computative algebra' THE lOt SIZE CONTAINS 3'/2 wHr
h but rather it is about a spirit in TIMES AS MUCH AS THE SC SIZEOR'OLINE oaE?
Jfd\ = which truth has its shrine, with
potentialities of self-fulfilments in
its response to beauty and right.A. .- M
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everyone,young: and old,combat nervousness,constipation
:: ,poor appetite due to lack of Vitamin B in the diet.
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:z,i *Vttrt poor condition u dot to lad of Vitamin B.

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TAKE YOUR CHOICEr always right. What did that old FEW L.EF1"He's
I crab say who was bawling you outa
-- few moments ago?
Clerk: He said you 'were the Your Advertising Dollar
meanest, stingiest old crab in town.
c' Li -Florida Times Union.A .
buys something more than space and circulation in
)c Collision to Him the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and
The
\ meaning of the word "col-
51J lision" was being explained by the circulation plus the favorable consideration of our

teacher to the class. \1 \ readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.
r "A collision," she said. "is when
Y \ two things come together unex- a hard fellow to work." Let us tell you more about it.
r pectedly." "Yes, it requires skilled labor."
Immediately a small boy jumpedup
and said: "Please, teacher, Two Sides
Miss Prim-Young man, it's we've had a collision at our house." "There are two sides to every
't.J money makes the mare go. "Whatever do you mean?" made philosopher."
Young Speeder-And it's my automobile "Well, mother just had twins." "There's two sides to a hickorynut
that makes money go. -Telephone Topics. "
rejoined Farmer Corntossel; YOU RE DANCING
"an outside and an inside, but only Fs I HATE
I, Rash Experimentei He Knew one of 'em is worth payin' any EILr GOING OUT. EVERY DANCE. ?
Mother-What did you learn in "Did you ever see a little bird attention to."
, your cooking class today? with a big bill?" MY SKIN
I; Daughter Nothing. Teacher "Yes, I once ordered a quail on Fallen Angel 1\ LOOKS .j YES,JANE,
stayed home because she had in- toast at a fashionable restaurant." Mother-Yes, Billy, the angels I AWFUL. Q/r THANKS TO

digestion.-Pathfinder Magazine. sent us baby sister. Wasn't that TRY CUTICURA. % \ CUTICURASOAP
-e-e-eep! nice? s AND
I Customer Always Right Jackie-Papa, what's meant by Bobby Yeah, for the angels t ITS FINE FOR ALL OINTMENTIRRITATIONS
I Store proprietor: No matter what the horn of plenty? Guess she was such a pain in th' OF
I is said or what happens, remember Papa (a motorist-That's EXTERNAL SOURCE / "- '
what neck they couldn't put up with her FREE!sample, write
that in this store the customer is I ,Maiden,Hass.i .
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.PARENT-TEACHERS' MEETING 'I Johnson, Clara Taylor Whidden, C. NOTICn.. OF ELECTION i

HELD FRIDAY AT SCHOOLThe Preventative Measures For Creeping'Eruption ,, ;M. Taylor, John Taylor, Oscar Taytor WHEREAS, the Legislature of 1935 :1 i

Oscar Langford, L. H. Furen, under the Constitution of 1885 of the -
State of Florida, did two Joint r;; '
regular monthly meeting of Given Dr Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fuller, Mrs. J. Resolutions proposing pass amendments to

the Parent-Teachers' Associationwas Are by : Lobdell I H. Peeples, W. C. Stalls and Tom the Constitution of thr State of FJorida. I
I and the same went agreed to by a. ''/
held Friday afternoon at the Adkinson. For the defense: L. G. vote of three fifths of all the mem- ?

school auditorium with a large at Hockersmith, Will, Noah, Verna and bers elected to each louse; that the ,.
I voter's on said Joint :"Resolution were
tendance.Mrs. Ely R. X. Lobdell, Everglades Experiment 'section. Sarah Browning. entered upon their -spectlve. Jour- 'I
Station. I' ; nals, with the yeas & ,d nays thereon :,..'
Lawler had chargeof (1) If sandpiles are to be used for
R.
Mark and they did deter*tine and direct
the music appreciation period and I Several cases of creeping eruption I children to play in make them in ....... -aB that ,the said Joint ReiMutions. be submitted -

gave a talk on the life and compo- attacking small children have recent-I I high, well drained spots, perhaps on the General to the electors Election of in the November State at

sitions ,of two of the more famous ,Ily come to the attention of Sta-I I top of a broad rock fill, and fence TO THE VOTERSOF 1936. .
/ NOW THEREl<'ORD, r, R. A.
MrsJ. tion Entomologist. This condition is I I these and well be- GRAY
composers. At the conclusion, piles effectively, Secretary of State of trc State of Florida -
Lawler and Barbara Smith played a bery painful to endure and expensive I I yond their edges to keep out dogs do hereby give notice: that a

duet, a compesition of one of thesecomposers. to cure, but is rather easily prevented. -I I and cats and the migrating larvae HENDRY COUNTY will be GENLItA1 held in each, I:L/Bounty CT.OX in Flo'r-

t I/,also. This means that the fence Ida on Tuesday next -"ucceedlng the
I II first Monday in November A. D. 1936
of research work
A famous piece should be built possibly five feet out
of discussions followed the said Tuesday being theme<-
A series interest. Mrs.F. done by Dr. Walter E. Dove of the, I I from the edge of the sand, and ne NOVEMBER 'THTRD IS THE DAYOP THIRD WAY OP :OVmillKR:
which occasioned great I THE for the ratification or .ejection of the
M. Wright led the discussion U. S. Bureau of Entomology, proved fat I, least five feet high; and made said Joint Resolutions proposing
conclusively a few years ago that with overhang at the top amendments to the Constitution of
sharp
"What Parents Expect of the a GENERAL ELECTIONEach the State of Florida \iz.A .
I this creeping eruption is caused by I 1 1I
outside to
School". Mrs. J. W. Ezelle had as toward the "So as prevent I JOINT RESOLUTION
1 the migration beneath the surface of climbing by cats as well as by dog National, State, County and Proposing to Amend Section 3 of the
the School Expectsof
her topic "What I I ? Article XIII of the Constitution of
I the skin of the larvae of certain District officer will be elected on
the Parent" and Mrs. 0. A. Jones, The sand itself should probably be the State of Florida Relating to .
.
led the discussion, on "Home Work.": hookworms; which hookworms ordinarily -i! disinfected by being well wet ,with I that day.Ilememher: Provisions Unfortunate.for the Aged, Infirm, and

leaders was allowed: occur in the adult condition1in ''a strong solution of formaldehyde He It IlcMoUcd try The Legislature of
Each of these the alimentary tracts of cats and I it is as much a'DUTY asa The Mate of Florida:
24 hours with clean
an'o'ne I I covered for
and
five minutes to talk, with I I privilege to vote. That Section 3 of Article XIII of the
who wished to discuss the pro- dogs. When the excrement of these( sacks or a tarpaulin. In most cases Constitution of the State of Florida,
else '
I II [ relating to Provisions for the Aged,
animals is deposited on moist sand bank would
fresh sand from
position being limited to one minute. I a dry For information we list below Infirm, and Unfortunate, be and the
interesting short talks during fairly warm.weather. the eggs be clean. Then train the children >I jour same is hereby amended, and as am
Some very of the worms contained therein hatch I not to let their pets enter the gate!r r[the names of the DEMOCRATICNominees ended Is agreed to and shall be submitted -
heard. to the electors of the State of
were made to put in an ice and begin migration out into a to the sandpile. )!I and recommend them to I Florida at the next general election

Plans were I ening area ,of the moist sand.'Yid-j I 1 lOll and solicit your vote and suppor to be held on the first Tuesday after
:
the'
box at school in order that the child- (2) All dogs and cats in the first Monday In November 1936 for
ion November Third.Presidential .
infective sand is touched ..
such .
ratification said Section
or rejection;
ren would be able to buy milk. Mrs. I neighborhood should be properly examined -
3 of Article XIII amended shall
human for even a brief interval, and II as
Prewitt's room was awarded the one I I I by a competent veterinarian read as follows:
if the skin is perspiring
esneciallv "Section 3. The respective counties
dollar attendance nrize. and if any are found ,to be hosts to ; Electors:
--------- -- of
the State shall the
provide
the leave the sand and bur- in man- 9
worms I
There was some discussion of theHallowe'en 'I these parasites they should be treated -I Fred Andrews ner prescribed by law for those of the
row into the skin, possibly entering inhabitants who of infirmity
by raison age -
held at the P. Bill Arnold
dance to be until W" ( )
and quarantined they are
misfortune, have
thru the sweat glands. A swelling I(I I II or may
Inn next Friday night and a reportwas no longer infested. Thenty-five out Earle B.. Askew claims upon the aid a id sympathy of
takes place within a few hours and society; provided, how wer, the Legislature f
M. Dorman
Bill Doushtery's or- Mrs. George
read that : the itching causes much discomfort. I of twenty-six dogs examined; by Dr.I may by general law piovide fora
chestra could'be obtained at a nomi- Dove in Jacksonville were found to Wallace N, Keith uniform State-wid system for such
Within about four days the irregularly benefits, and appropriate there-
money
nal figure to play for the dance. I in their ali Lloyd Z. MorganJ.
winding burrows of the advanc- have these hookworms for; but no such general: law shall
in Novemberwill J. Parrish Jr. benefits who
The next meeting provide to ay person
canal. The number carriedby
ing worms are noted. These burrows mentary shall not have been a resident of the
be held at, night and will be be prolonged during a month or the dogs varied from less than State of Florida for r period of five
known as "Father's Night". The fathers may I years continuously next preceeding his'
more; gradually healing at the rear 100 to approximately 4,000 in one States Senate application therefor, nor shall such
understood to be planningan For United : _
are and itching intensely at the front dog. The alimentary canals of child- general law provide for benefits to any
interesting debate for the even-. Claude.. Pepper person solely on account of age who
where the worm is located. It is ne- ren sometimes become infested with has not attained the a' 0 AndrewsFor
C. .
cessary to kill the worms either by these same hookworms; perhaps by years; Provided, further, that whereby
law of the States, a
any United!
ing.Mrs. having them cut out under a local the handling of pets and afterward lesser or different: period, ot residence

Woest RewardedFor anesthesia or by having the small putting of the hands to the mouth.In f age or citizenship shall be fixed In
Member Congress: order for the State of Florida to par-
i' spot frozen where each larvae is at one case a stool specimen of a I J. Karelin Peterson ticipate In any Federal grants that

Catching Tarpon the advancing end of its burrow. It boy was cultured with granulate might Legislature be made may for prescribe such purposes such, the requirements -

I has been observed that negroes are animal charcoal and from the eggs -----" .- as to citizenship; age and
I contained about 4000 larvae were ',.. residence as will be consistent with
-
much more resistant the penetration -
(Moore Haven Democrat) For Governor: and not In conflict with such Federal
of the larvae than white people, produced. Fred P. Cone Law."
One of the most successful deep: Approved June 4. 1 r 35.
but both races and all ages may be1- (3)) A further means for reducing
sea fishing trips enjoyed Vy any )Q- .
A JOINT RESOLUTION"Proposing
come infected. the ,probability of children's playing
,.. cal party recently was a trip to the an Am \ Other hookworms ,besides the onsfr'! places being infested by hookwon-"I For Secretary of Stat '.. VIII of the Cpnstitut ,m of the Stateof
Gulf waters Sunday by Mr. and Mi.
mentioned sometimes cause skip larvae would be to pass R. A. Gray .' Florida Relative to Cities and
Guy Larsen, :Mr. and Mrs. V. B. ; Counties.
rashes. A common way for people t* requiring a license for such pets and Be It n*. lYc,l By Tk Lcfflnlnture
Emmanuel Mr. and :Mrs. Morn"Woest "
'
become 'infected with the human the wearing of identifying collari] The Mate of riorfd" *.
of LaBelle and Art Hall. Mrs. That the following Amendment to
hookworm is by walking barefooted by them, and after that getting rid For State Treasurer: Article VIII. of the Constitution of

Woest, who teaches a dancing class or in thin wet shoes on damp infected of all strays. There are other and W. V. Knott the State of Florida. r Jative to cities
here, was given a medal by the Fort and counties to be n: "nbered ,Section
i ground. To prevent creeping erup- more serious parasites and diseases: 10 of said Article VI, be and the

Myers Chamber of Commerce for :tion attacking children three precau- that are known to be conveyed from same is hereby .a reto and shallbe
landing a 65-pound tarpon which submitted to the lectors of the
tions might well be taken in this dogs and cats mankind.. For Comptroller: State at the General Election to be B
she brought home and displayed 1 held on the First Tut day after the .,
;
that eveiling. _J. M.. Lee first Monday in Noverr.ber :A. D., 1936,
,
for ratification or rejection, to-wit:
With Capt. Charles Tierney as BREEDING GROUNDS OPEN Roy D. Stubbs was given great cre-I Section 10. The Legislature shall
guide the party left Fort Myers at: have power to establish alter or abol-
dit for his reconstruction of the For State Superintendent: ish a Municipal corporation to be
7:30 a. m. and were not out long The fresh known as the City of Key West extending -
state
game and waterfish slayings as presented to the Jury Colin EnglishFor '
when into school of tar- II territorially throughout the
they ran a
'I commission Wednesday approved from the evidence of state witnesses present limits of Monroe County, In

pon. The largest of these hookedwas the hunting of deer in the breed- and for his work in cross-examining the place of any or all county, district,
Mr. Emanuel whose fish I municipal and local governments
by
was ing grounds of Collier and Highlands witnesses.The I Attorney General: boards, bodies and officers, constitu-
estimated to have weighed around I tional or statutory, legislative: executive -
counties where cattle ticks have been Sarasota county jury deliber-I Cary D. Landis
judicial, or administrative
120 pounds. Mr. Woest hooked andlost
found. The state livestock sanitary ated for thirty-six hours before the and shall prescribe tile jurisdiction,

'::. two but one of them was I board will pay $25 for each deer killed foreman, V. L. Beyer, of that'city powers duties and functions of) such
: municipal corporation its legislative
brought to the edge of the boat be-
in these breeding grounds to the told Circuit Judge Geo. W. White- For Representative, Hendry CountyElbert : executive, judicial and administrative

;.-:' mouth.fore it shook the hook fx.om.: its game commission, the total sum not hurst that there would be no change, L. Stewart officers departments; to divide and Its the boards territory bodies included and-

' to run over $25,000, which money regardless of the length of the delib- in such municipality into subordin-
.;., Not content with this unusual prescribe Just
off I ate districts, and to a
( will be used for' restocking the ter eration., The case was given to the and reasonable system of taxation for

; season tarpon luck the group continued -I ritory., jury Saturday night and it was Monday For Sheriff: : such municipality'. and districts: and

\ on out to the edge of the to fix the liability ',municipal-. '
The entire Collier breed-. before admitted H. L. Delaney -
I county morning they I ; ity and districts. Bonded, and other indebtedness -
" > Gulf and caught approximately three ing grounds will not be opened. The I a dead-lock. It js reported that there I existing at the time of the
(c, hundred pounds of red-fish with every I establishment of sucli), municipality,
r. south portion will remain closed anda / were six for acquittal and six. for shall be enforceable only against property -

member of the party getting single-strand barbed wire fence I conviction but this report was not I For Clerk Circuit Court: : theretofore taxa], o therefor. The
r.. their shave of the sport. Lots of other Wm. T. Hull '- Legislature shall, from time to time,
;':, will be built across the northern substantiated. d. Ballot after ballot is > determine what portion of said muni-
smaller fish
Sk were caught and boundary from the A. C. L. railroadto said to have been taken with noI cipality Is a rural ares:, and a home-
:, thrown back. A cigar fish, a rather .-. stead in such rural area shall not be
t, the Immokalee-Everglades road to I in the result. The trialI !
I change new limited as if in a city or town. Such
:' ". rare catch, was caught by Mr. Woest.I.separate this open ground in the was set for the January term of For Tax Collector: municipality may exercise all the pow-
, and was kept by the Fort Myers I ers of a municipal corporation and
F. A.
Dougherty ,
north from the closed portion in the court, both defense and state counselI shall also be recognized as one of the

Chamber of pommerce' to be mounted. .- south. Four men will be furnishedby I I agreeing to the time. legal political divisions of the State
t with the duties and obligations of a
the tick control agencies to pa-I The state placed about twenty- county and shall be 'entitled to all the

: trol Collier county.Deadlocked five witnesses on the stand in an r For Tax Assessor: powers, rights and privileges. includ-
i ing representation in the State Legis-
: Comptroller Lee- attempt to build a chain of circumstantial Dennis Small lature, which would accrue to it If

I it were a county. All property of Mon-
-- Jury Ends evidence strong enough to I roe County and of the municipality in r(
convict. More than fifty witnessesare \ said county shall vest in such municipal -
ti' :; CrmtinnpcI rrom page 11f' |For County Supt. of Public: Instruc- corporation when established as
said to have testified for the de-
Glades of the
Murder Trial offices
Th
I herein provided +
for tion
repair with the notice that when :
fense. The case was started on Monday Clerk of the Circuit Co' :.t :and Sheriff
the repairs were completed he would I S. A. Graves shall not be abolished '.,i' the Legislature -
of last week and concluded Saturday '; time when.
return to drive it out. So, he said I may prescribe e
(Moore Haven Democrat) night. and the method by whi )1. such offices
was the Republican party driving shall be filled and th compensationto
Although dead-locked The three defendant were aceusI -,
: a jury resulted For be paid to such oif.cers; and may
the Judge
ti Government. Long the dominant County :
in a new trial being ordered ed and tried for the murder of Don Din"liaddox vest in them additional powers and
party, theyeach time had driven the' I duties. No county office shall be abol-
: 'I for Finis Williams, Bill Taylor and ald Norton near Lakeport on Gator ished or consolidated w.th another office -

government until no longer able to 1 Lawrence E. Ford for the ambush Slough in February of 1931. AI] without making provision for the
keep it going and then turned it ov- I/ performance of all State duties now
-' murders of three, men in this coun-!'fourth, Parker Mansfield] already For Attorney: or hereafter prescribed by law to be
County ,
to the
er Democratic to ;
party re ty in 1931, the attorneys for the. serving a twenty year term for manslaughter performed by such county .officer
4 I Louis O. ,
Gravely shall affect
;
: herein
{ pair. After these repairs were Nothing contained
completed
state feels that they have won a victory -;| was also indicted for the Section 20 of Article III of the Con-
(: they returned to take charge I murder but released directed stitution of the State of Florida, except -
and are jubilant over the outcome [ was on a -
once more. ; as to such provisions therein as
I despite the fact that they did verdict after the state had con- For Supervisor of Registration: relate regulating the jurisdiction
Col. Lee- followed this themeS and duties of any class of officers, to
cluded its also
not get a .conviction. State Attorney I case. "Indictments are John L. Hall grand
impanelling
and
throughout his talk and described in t I brought against the three for the and summoning petit juries to ass sing and collecting -

detail how I _. and
the Republicans had taken -- --- -- murder of Marvin Morrow and Lin- taxes for count purposes

;'c the country up to the verge of the keep them open. Now with prosperity -I coln Whidden at the same time, and .(Complete list of District nominees to regulating of county the officers.fees No and law,compensation author-

:- World War and as it sailed over the I with us again the Republicanswish they will 'be .tried on each of tho will be published in this space next izing the establishing or,..tion abolishing pursuantto of
such Municipal corpor
brink had turned the control overt to assume control once more. other counts, probably, at the conclusion week.) .this Section shall become operativeor
: -- to Democratic PresidentVoodrow effective until approved by a majority -
In closing Col. 'Lee urged every ] of the first. partici-
of the qualified electors
Wilson. As soon as everything was voter to cast ]his or her ballot on No- The story has been told many pating in an election held in said

t!1 again in good shape, they had asked vember 3 and 'to vote the straight times of these ambush murders and RE corporation county: but so exists long under as such this municipal Section

: to run the country again and the Democratic ticket. is familiar to almost every county Legislature may amend or extend

people of the nation had turned it His homely] earnest talk was most resident. It is 'to be hoped that bp- SUREVOTE the referendum law Authorizing to the the'qw:same lifi'd without voters

back to them. The driving was clear Impressive and the crowd was unusually foro the case is concluded that it TO unless the Legislative act providingfor -

..through three' administrations) but quiet and attentive throughout. will be definitely settled and the II! provide such for amendment such referendum.or, extension shall

;'; toward the close of the last one they He had no loudspeaker equip- black mark on the county's record I Approved June 1, 193.

had once more become in need of"repair" ment and talked from the, body ofa be forever erased I NOVEMBER", THIRD The votes cast in compliance with

and had turned the wheel truck drawn up in .front of the Among the witnesses summoned said proposed amendmnts and the
over to President canvass, declarations and returns
Roosevelt. Follow
(I Post-office Arcade. from the county to appear were: For thereof, shall be subject d to the same
ing up, Col. Lee described how the } Col. Lee I and restrictions! are
i was accompanied by Cyril I the State: J. J. Wiggins, T. W. regulations
President had Democratic Executive provided by law for general electionsin
immediately set to ; Baldwin, of Sebring, and Wfeeks, H. E. Franklin, Joe Hogan, the State of FloridH.

work to do everything possible;; for;ly following his talk the immCdiate-1 Marvin Whidden, ,W. H Gasque, Na- IN TESTIMONY WH REOr".
the mass of American Committee Hendry I hdve her-Ul to set my
'. people, to destroy : entertained with a than Platt, Sr., W. .1on' Whidden, hand and aftl: -d tho Great

the corner behind which ex-, Cafe by a group of local men. They Jack Crews, Alex McDougall, Dave CountyPaid Seal" of the Stt'e of Florida
it' President Hoover { at iUahas5fe.. the Capital,
,-y! had always said left i i immediately thereafter for Goggins, Milton Norton, Jim Adkinrcn this tile 1st day of August,

prosperity was lurking and to open"Clewiston where Col. Lee will speak Gene Hendry, H. L. Hingston, '. ( Political Adv.) A. D. 1936. '

the flood- tes of prosperity and" this morning. Mae Hall. Bethel Whidden. Brack (SEAL) R. A. GRAY,

I l w I Secretary of State.


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