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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 30, 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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; /VOLUME 10, NUMBER 42 -- CLEWISTON, 'FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1030 SUBSCRIPTION :$2.00 YEAR ': :

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I / M. R. LAWLER GUEST I Laborers Arriving Here DIVIDENDS DECLARED Clewiston School To I PRESIDENT WILL BE'

For New Harvest SeasonBy Close Noon Tuesday

i SPEAKER AT MEETING I BY SUGAR COMPANY -- INVITED TO OPENING i I

large groups in trucks, by The Clewiston school will colseat t..

IF i i OF KIWANIS! CLUB I ery smaller model"grops and in vintage private and cars by of strag-ev- FIRST STOCK DIVIDEND-OF COMPANY--OX COMMON half-holiday noon Tuesday be,given Election in order Day, that anda OF NEW WATERWAY ,J.Q'

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gling ones and twos on the high-
IS PAID the members of the faculty will have
Mark R. Lawler, Associate Engineer way, hundreds of negro laborers are -- Governor Dave Sholtz told the
in charge of all concrete work coming into Clewiston in anticipationof Directors of the United States Sugar plenty of time to cast their ballots j Okeechobee Flood Control board at -
the sugar harvest soon to start and that the school bus which serves meeting held Tuesday in Talla-
Okee-
and concrete structures on the Corporation' of Clewiston, oper- I "'' I
chobee-Caloosahatchee project was and the vegetable harvest season ating plantations and properties in this school may be used to bring vot- hassee that he would extend a per- .:.,
I the guest speaker at the regular which has already" started in some the Everglades, Wednesday declaredan ers to the polls. This is in accord- sonal invitation to' President noo e- ,
i i f meeting of the Kiwanis Club Wednesday sections of the lake farming area. initial dividend on the common ance with a ruling made in the State velt to attend the watercade and 'ccl-" ;"to
: evening and in a very: inter- While no official figures have stock and a full year's dividends for Superintendent's office but which ebration which is being planned ear- i
I esting manner described the instru- been released by the U. S. Sugar the past and current fiscal years on left the matter of closing up to the ly in the new year to mark the open- :
ments which have been set up on Corporation showing how many new the $5 no par preferred stock. various county boards of the stale. ing of the new cross-state waterway .- :(I
the hurricane gates for recording the men have been signed up during the The company's fiscal :year endedon 'In commenting on the proposed from Fort Myers to Stuart via Lake' "
wind velocities, one of the most expensive past week or two, it is believed that, June 30.Dividends. t closing M. E. VonMach, Clewiston Okeechobee. Mr. Roosevelt is expected -
and delicate instruments yet from the number arriving here daily, on the common stock member of the Hendry county school to be in Florida waters about \
Installed by the engineers to record there is little danger of a labor consist of 10 cents a share in cash, board said, "We feel that it is the .that time on his annual fishing trip
data on wind and wave action iu shortage here this year and that payable December 10 to stock of record patriotic duty of' every qualified citizen and it is hoped..that the event can
Lake Okeechobee.Mr. there must be little difficulty exper- November 20, and onefourthof to exercise _the right of fran- be staged while he is In the state.
Lawler, at the beginning of ienced in procuring the necessary a share of Clewiston Realty and chise. We can only have a represent- The watercade movement was
his talk, stated that he knew how number of hands for harvesting the I Development Corporation, an affiliated ative government when we have a started by W;,. P. Franklin and other
interested the people of the Lake current 'cane crop. I company, payable January 20 representative vote and it is 'only by Fort Myers boosters for the water-.
/ Region were in weather conditionsand The negroes hired at this time by to stock of record December 10. the majority of the voters going to way several months ago and the
the sugar company' will have a cer- I idea has met with enthusiastic response ,"
how he felt that everyone The preferred dividends declared the polls and voting that the wishes -
would be interested in the workingof tain amount of spare time in the { for the current fiscal year will be of the people can be known. The in every East and West .
the anemograph or recording camps and prior to the opening of made in four payments of $1.25 school is for good citizenship and Coast city on the route. Carl Han- I
anemometer. He told of the old type the cane season will be able to find each on December 15, next, and January that 'is stressed in the educational ton, editor of the Fort Myers News-
instrument used for recording wind plenty of work picking beans and 15, April 15 and July 15, 1937. system of today. Because of these Press, was named chairman of a
velocities, one of which is now in use harvesting other vegetable crops.It The cost of the past harvest, Clar- circumstances we feel the necessityof committee to arrange a unified celebration 1 I
at the U. S. Engineer sub-office here, is believed that the little diffi- ence R. Bitting, president, said, was co-operating with those parents and the flood control board !
the three-cup anemometer, and described culty experienced by the 'company less than 2 1-4 cents a pound for who may avail themselves of the is sponsoring it. ;
their inefficiency in record- in getting laborers is caused by the raw sugar, which- is lower than all school bus service on the afternoonof Present plans are for several local I
ing exact wind velocities. These instruments constantly improving conditions of areas other than the Phillipines and election day." celebrations in tile different cities I
he said, give an average living for the negroes. Better labor Cuba. The schools are also closed all including Stuart, Fort Myers,
I conditions exist here at this time
I velocity over.a certain period of time "At the same time, the corpora- day today in order that the teachers Sarasota and St. Petersburg. Invitations -
; and fail to record the gust winds than ever before through a complete tion pays an American scale of wages" may attend the southwestern stateteacher's will be extended to yacht
: which are prevalent ,in hurricanesand rehabilitation of all the company Bitting said, "the earnings of conference in Fort Myers., owners to make the two-day cruise
I in sudden squalls. Too, he said, camps during the summer. Improved the field employes being considerably This conference is educational and which will start at Stuart, the coast
that they were inefficient in windsof living conditions tends to encour- higher than the average Am- all teachers in the county are requested entrance to the St. Lucie canal. The
age the return of old laborers of watercade will move through the St.
high velocities as they were apt erican scale for farm labor. to attend.
to blow apart in winds of 125 milesan other seasons and to cause the ad- The company reported for, the fiscal Lucie canal to Lake Okeechobee and

hour or better as did the one in vent of new labor each year. :year ended June 30, last, net First Beans In Area thence either straight across the
Miami during the 1926 hurricane.In income of $804,910, compared "with Lake to Moore Haven or follow the '
I ll! looking about for an instru- Old Dynamite ExplodesNear $308,825 in the preceding year. Were ,Picked( ThursdayThe levee canal around the lake rim. En- i
,!' ment suitable for their needs they tering the Caloosahatchee canal at j

found that there was no such instru- U. S. WarehouseA Two Are InjuredIn Moore Haven the procession of I
ment made, the nearest approach to first string beans harvestedthis yachts will move on to Fort Myers !
it being an instrument used by the Auto Wreck season in the Clewiston area on the Gulf Coast and follow the
supply of dynamite, judged to coast to St. Petersburg.Just .
naval stations and these would on- were picked Thursday by Andy Wie- up
be too old for use, was turned when the celebration will be :
ly register velocities up to 100 miles any land and H. J. Mathis from their
the U. S. Engineers at their has not yet been determined -
as
. by staged
per hour. Correspondence with the over
I B. F. Brown was called to Jack- field in Section 8. 440 hampers were
warehouse here last week to a the time being rather uncen-
Julian P. Fries Company of Balti- representative sonville first ,
early yesterday:: morning taken off in the picking and no
more, manufacturer of scientific instruments of the company which ain because of not knowing when
of their
where his wife is in St. Luke's hos- report has been received
finally led to that company had sold the explosive. He decidedto the dredge work in the river would
pital with both knees crushed and disposal or the price received. On
taking the contract for build- dispose of' it by burning and whenit be completed. Army engineers stated -
th injuries 'as.tl1 'result of an the same day, Robert Mathis,' colored -
ing machines such as were needed was fired several explosions occurred this week that the canal would
automobile accident between Live picked about twenty-five hampers
-. here. As a result the five anemo- which, unconfined, caused Oak and Jacksonville Wednesday from a small patch south of the mill. I be ready for use by the middle of
property damage at scattered but it is probable that the
graphs were made and received and some February
night. Her brother, W. T. Watts, whois $1.25 per hamper 'reported. to
installed by the engineers on the points over town.It I connected with the U. S. Engineershere be the f. o. b. price paid at packing watercade will not take place until I'
is probable that portions of the I the first of April.
hurricane gates at Clewiston, Moore was her companion on the houses in the lake area yesterdayfor possibly
rather sizeable supply had not de- Hanton states, that record of
Haven, Okeechobee, Canal Point and trip. His chest was crushed and at top grade beans.M. Mr.
1 Belle Glade a few weeks ago. These teriorated so much as believed andit I the inland navigation district showed -
last report he had not regained con-I H. Crouch opened his packing
instruments will record winds up to was these smaller portions which sciousness.Mrs. house at South Bay Wednesday and that there are 10,00) yachts registered -

200 mile velocities accurately exploded. A few windows in town I Brown and Mr.' Watts left I the house has been' running steadily y in Florida, most of which
er they come in gusts or as wheth-I were broken and unconfirmed reports Wednesday morning for Live Oak to I ever since. The first carload of beans have less draught than the nine test
are that light fixtures and which the waterway will per-
tracted blow and at the new
I visit Mrs. Watts and to bring her was rolled from there on Wednesdayand
plastering suffered in some homes. I I mit. It is to see what great
show the direction of the wind. easy
back here for a few days. However, several cars a day are expected
These five instruments are the on- Mrs. Watts.had already left Live Oak to be shipped for some tfme_ from the, proportions the watercade may reach
ly such instruments existence.. PETERSON SPEAKS IN for a visit with rel,itives in, Miami I large bean acreage in the Lake Har- if interest continues to increase as
,, To further emphasize his talk Mr. LaBELLE ON TUESDAY and was not at home on their arrival. -I, bor area. Roy Hudson picked the carwhich at the present time.
Lawler invited the entire group of --- and Completion of the present dredg-
Evidently, not finding Mrs. Watts; rolled on Wednesday ex-
Kiwauians to go with him to' the I Congressman J. Hardin Peterson,I there, they decided, to go on to Jacksonville -'. pects to have about two cars a clay.; ing contracts in the Caloosahatchee
Clewiston hurricane gate and watch making a hurried visit to the south where Mr. and Mrs.: Brown I JA. O. Walker expects to roll abouta River will wind up this phase of the

one of the instruments in operationand end of his district addressed a nice I formerly made their home. On their car a day average and Ed Utter,Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee project
the meeting was concluded at crowd of Hendry county' voters in way, according to reports' reaching Ernest Burkett and Lee Brothers are which has been done by the federal
the gate where the interested mem- LaBelle Tuesday at noon before'go-i|! government at a cost of approxi-
I here, their car was side-swiped hy Picking in that area this week to
bers heard him explain the to Moore Haven for talk at'' i mately eighteen million dollars. The
compar- ing on a | a large freight trailer. The car, a swell the daily carlot shipments.
atively simple working of the little 2:30. He was prevented from visiting -'I new Plymouth coach belonging to last portion of the job to finish will
I complex machine Clewiston at the same time be- Mr. Watts, was Completely demolished CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MEETSAT be the Ortona lock which will probably -
, cause of the fact that he had to and the injuries of the occupantshave CHURCH SUNDAY NIGHT I not be ready for acceptance-
JONESMEDARDIn -- til April or May of next year, but the
address a rally at Tampa that night been described as critical.Mr. .
I of the Clew last work will be done on the :bpill-::
and was forced to cut his visit to Brown, manager of the local The regular meeting
a quiet ceremony at the homeof the Glades short In order to get back office of the State Employment Serv- iston Christian Endeavor Society was way and boats may be locked
Mr.. and Mrs. Harry A. Laycockin to Tampa in time. ice, received the news of the acci- held Monday evening at the Com through several weeks earlier. The
Fort Myers at eight o'clock Sat- dent about three o'clock Thursday munity church with a good attend lock: chamber is now virtually com-
evening, Miss Lucille Medard, \TLEH'S and steel crews; will begin
urday MRS. LA' S. S. CLASS morning at his home near Moore ance. plete
and Lawson B. Jones, both of that INSTALLS OFFICERS SUNDAYThe Haven but was unable to leave for I The meeting wasopened by a few work next week on the fabricationof
city were united in marriage, the Jacksonville until certain matters songs which were followed by the de- the great steel gates.
Rev. Carlock Hawk, pastor of the class officers recently electedby had been cleared up at the office votional led by Dr. D. J. Williams.A Just what part Clewiston will playin
; First Methodist Church of Fort My- the members of Mrs. Lawler'sBible here. He left Clewiston at 9:30 yes- report was given on the South- the watercade has as yet not been
I ers officiating. The ceremony was attended Class of the Community Church terday morning and at the time of. west conference meeting held in decided but it is probable that efforts -
I f, only by relatives and a few Sunday School were installed last going to press he had not communi-I Fort Myers on Sunday- October 18. will be made to have, the procession -
I close friends. Sunday morning at the meeting of I cated with the office here regard- The business meeting was then held I of yachts come by this city
IF Rooms were beautifully decorated the class. They were: M. M. Prewitt, I ing the accident. and plans were made for the Ever- with a possible stop for a visit to '
If with baskets of pink and red radiance president; Mary Markette, secretary I glades Young People's meeting the sugar mill by those who wish'to
: roses with asparagus fern. and Bill Lockhart, treasurer. I i MRS.. II. R. HALL IS which is to be held here soon. A few I go. It is understood that plans
E The bride wore a cloth ,of gold This class was organized only a 1 HOSTESS TO BRIDGE 'CLUB more songs were sung and in placeof are now underway for Clewiston's'participation.
gown, fashioned with a tight-fit few weeks ago but has grown rapidly the usual benediction, "Taps"was .
: ting bodice, puff sleeves and a panel with a great deal of interest be- Mis. H. R. Hall entertained the sung softly.
led' flair skirt. Her flowers, lavender ing shown. The average attendancefor members of her bridge club at. her Those attending the meetingwere SCHOOL TO PLAY TWO
; pom-poms, were arranged in a dainty the past three Sundays has been home Wednesday afternoon. : Ethel and Gladys Willis, Dot GAMES HERE ON SUNDAYThe
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i shoulder corsage. I twenty-eight. High score prize, a sandwich .tray, Hare, June and Billie Hooker, Chris-
r Mrs. Jones is a member of the Efforts which have been made to was won by Mrs. J. W' Ezelle; low tine Bell, Mildred Ward Bernice O'- school diamond ball' team will
junior high school faculty of Fort ,improve the attendance of the Sun- score prize, a relish dish, went to Neal, Mary Warren and Francis present a feature program here Sun
)]}: Myers and Mr. Jones is at present dal school have been very successfuland Mrs., M. R. Lawler, while Mrs. D. G. Wright, Jimmy Hall, Ed DeMello,I day afternoon when they meet the
affiliated with the Lee county pack- officers are hopeful of havinga Alston made the lucky cut and was Bill Owen, LeRoy Hare, Bob and teams from South Bay and front
ing company there. Until a few record attendance through the presented with a wall vase. I Dick Patterson, James Finn and I Belle Glade in a double-header on
weeks ago Mr. Jones was employedIn winter season. Delicious refreshments of baked Connie Clark.: Those in charge of the high school diamond.
@ the offices of the United States \ apples, crackers, salted nuts and the meeting were: Dr. Williams, A.I The first game will be started
Sugar Corporation in Clewiston and I Mrs. C. C. Klutts and Mrs. R. A. coffee were served by the hostess at I H. King, Miss Dorothy Lockhart andB. promptly at two o'clock with the
has a host of friends here who ,will Williams, of Moore Haven, were vis- the conclusion of play. E. Herring.Fr. South Bay game probably the first
wish he and his wife much happiness. itors here Friday morning. Others playing were: Mrs. 'I. M. on the program. A collection will be,
Following a short week-end motor --- Pafford, :Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. F. J. Walsh spent several daysin taken during the course of the game '
trip the couple returned to Fort My F. B. Mills, of Moore Haven, wasa Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. T. B. Shelley West Palm Beach this week for and any receipts will go' into the
ers where they will make their home. business visitor here Thursday. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas. medical examination. school athletic fund. --aa

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 30. 93fi !

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and discontent I
c' PESSIMISM final session of the
of Current
News Review
League of Nations assembly, the It Is My Aim I
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BRISBANETHIS leaders admitting that little had
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been accomplished. Carlos Saave-
Events the World OverNew dra Lamas of Argentina, presidentof TO KEEP my health!

WEEK the assembly, even asked if he I' do my work!
might not raise the question whether To live! 1.
.. To see to it I ''If
"civilization is on the verge of a grow and gain S
Russia and give! 71 .
Useful "Temporary" Gold Standard Adopted final breakup.
Old Men Still Never to look behind
for
me an
Fists and Razor Blades Accused of Using Spanish War to Rouse Interna- league The question covenant of provoked reforming a bitter the hour!
Grandfather To wait in weakness'and
Youngest to
whether nonmember
Abandons Alliances.By controversy on
.!. r Science Works Two Ways tional Discord-Belgium states should be consulted. Russiawas walk in power.
But always fronting forward to
Even'in this day of flaming youth, understood to be anxious par- the
mature age still has its usefulness. EDWARD W. PICKARD ticularly to bar German influenceand light,
Always and always facing toward
The average ager Western Newspaper Union. achieved a minor triumph sincen -
of our Supreme > definite action to solicit nonmem- the right,
1.y Court justices is "I T IS a new gold standard, away 1 benefit of the Soviet Communist in- ber co-operation was taken. A,committee Robbed, starved, defeated, fall-
\ \ seventy one of doing business which I ternationale." of twenty-eight was namedto en wide astray,
nw. yea r s. Twentysix has never been tried before," was : The French rightist newspapers study reform proposals.The On with what strength I have!
years ago Secretary Morgenthau's_ character-, declare the Thorez incident was partof assembly approved reports of Back to the wayCharlotte !
Chief Justice ization of the agree- the, Russian Communist schemeto its economic and disarmament com- Perkins Gilman.ffollJehold .
r Hughes ''took his ment just entered throw France against Germany so mittees. The economic report
a seat on the Supreme into by the United that Russia will not be left alone to carried a British proposal to createa
Court States, Gre France- face "any eventual German attack." commission to study accessibilityof
t ., bench. PresidentT t0lxi ain and The rightists were even more vigorous raw materials. The United States
aft rendered : whereby, subject to in their accusations when it and other nonmembers would be in- [ @
public service by 24 hours' cancel was learned that Maxim Litvinov, vited to participate. The report of

appointing him to lation, they will exchange Soviet foreign commissar, was sec- the disarmament committee, approved L QUeS/iOllf
succeed Justice gold for each retly in Paris. the reconvening of the world ,
Brewer. N other's currencies. disarmament conference at an early
He left theArthur Financiers, econo- FIGURES made public by' the date. Add a tablespoon of cream to
Brisbane bench to run for mists and .business Navy Department show roast beef or lamb gravy. It
President against Woodrow Wilson, --... .."" >- men were taKen L.u oy that since July 1 last every great KURT SCHUSCHNIGG, chancel- makes it a delicious brown.

., and would doubtless have been Secretary surprise by the naval power except the United of Austria, is taking his place *
elected had he not gone to California.Had IIorgenthau'move and immediately States has increased the number and among the European dictators. In A few bread crumbs added to (0
he been elected he would have gave it close study. Some were tonnage of its war vessels.In order to consolidate military power scrambled eggs improves flavor
remained in the United States and disposed to label the maneuver "po- the 2lh months from July 1 to ,.. in his own hands, he and makes an extra serving pos-
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probably would have saved the country litical expediency," but experts gen- September 15, the United States reduced decreed the dissolution sible.
ten thousand million dollars that erally said it was a logical step in the number of its ships from of all private *
Woodrow Wilson shoveled out in his the sequence of monetary events but 324 vessels totaling 1,080,715 tons to r armies, this being A tablespoon of lemon juice
ecstasy of self-approval. not positively in the direction of 306 vessels, totaling 1,062,875 tons. aimed especially at added to the egg in which fish is
stabilization.The Great Britain increased ships '
the Fascist Heim- dipped before frying gives' it a
.; ., Rioting in London's "Mile End new plan, Mr. Morgenthausaid from 37 to 309 and tonnage from wehr headed b y delicious flavor.
: Road," in which the faces of men differs from the old gold stand 1,224,329, to 1,232,854. Prince Ernst von *
'; and women were slashed with razor ard in that it will permit the export Japan increased ships from 213 Rey!.' u.r Starhemberg. The Knit and crochetted frocks

=n blades and one man was thrown I or earmarking of gold only to and to 217 and tonnage from 772,797 to. prince directed his should never be hung from closet

through a shop window, etc., seems between governments instead of 776,397. followers to obey hooks or hangers if they are to
rather "un-English," to put it mild- private business institutions and France increased ships from 178 the edict, and Major keep their shape. Even eyelet
: a ly. Fist fighting has been en- traders. to 187 and tonnage from 558,452 to "***'''*"-*.- Fey, Starhemberg's cotton frocks will stretch less if
couraged distinguished Englishmen "The door is wide open," said 571,734. Prince von rival for control of
folded and laid flat h
or u n
including judges, on the Mr. Morgenthau. "We're not going Italy increased ships from 191 to Starhemberg. the He i m w e h r, doubled wooden g
across a hanger.
Tl: ground that it is "better than using out drumming up business, but we'll 195 and tonnage from 403,865 to 406- called on the elements recognizing Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.
c knives." 'welcome all other countries which 333. his leadership to preserve or-
It is better, doubtless, but what want to participate." Germany' increased ships from
about the razor blades? According to the Treasury depart- forty-nine to fifty-three and tonnage der.The chancellor's order, also affected -
ment, the United States alone will from 113,708 to 125,458. his own Catholic storm troops.
r..: Germany honors its youngest announce a selling price for gold. The British foreign office an- All the private troops were ordered If You Hcwe
grandfather, Herman Jahnke, farm France and England will keep their nounced that France and Italy had consolidated with the Austrian state
laborer, thirty-six years old. Married selling prices secret, though there agreed to sign that protocol of the militia. This would increase Aus- P
*'. at seventeen, his eldest will be a free flow of gold betweenthe London naval treaty forbidding the tria's official armed forces to about a etutdASK
daughter became a mother at seven- stabilization funds of the three use of submarines except under 158,000 men. The dissolution decree
teen. nations.It strict limitations. met strong opposition within the
YOUR DOCTOR THISAsk
:- If all you want is children, that was believed that Great Britain cabinet, and 'was voted after three

record is satisfactory, although any : was the prime mover in this new BELGIUM, which since the close ministers had walked out. M1. .y V
mouse family could beat it by 25,000 pact. As one commentator put it: war has been tied Schuschnigg's task now is to actually -
per cent, and almost any microbe bya "The agreement was made neces- tight to France by a military alliance disarm the private armies. It
billion per cent.If sary when France debased her cur- has decided tn rlrnn that and he succeeds in doing this, his com-
good children were, desired, it rency and placed an embargo on --11-similar alliancesand plete control over Austria may be
would have been better for Mr. gold exports, because Great Britain to rely for her conceded. It is recalled that the
' Jahnke to have his first child at suddenly discovered that nowhere in safety on strict neu- Heimwehr was ordered to disarmin
', r 36, and his first grandchild at 60 the world was there left a fixed yard- trality and a larger 1931, that the government seized
or 70; at least that was Plato's stick against which to measure international army. King Leopoldso many weapons, and that a year
?: opinion. ; commitments and handle informed the cab- later some 40,000 Heimwehr men
international exchange." inet, telling the min- appeared fully armed and uni-
4 Justice uses science-the electric isters that Ger- formed. Von Starhemberg may not

_, chair, the lethal chamber-to punish SOVIET RUSSIA made a second many's reoccupation be really squelched this time, either.
criminals. The criminal uses science effort to aid the be- i: of the Rhineland It is a certainty that he has a power-
'! to carry on his trade. An SOS signal, leagured government of Spain, "practically puts us ful friend in Premier Mussolini of:
/_- purporting to come from a yacht and sustained a second rebuff. Ivan back where we were Italy.
L'[':; in distress, drew the coast guard Maisky, Russian ambassador to "r 7 before tne great Him Before Giving Your

:.: away from the coast of Hawaii, England, handed to Lord Plymouth, King Leopold war Belgium's A RABS of Palestine, who had Child an Unknown Remedy
;: making it convenient for smugglers British chairman of the non-inter- geographical position, he said been on "strike" for 175 daysin
'r' of narcotics to bring in their cargo. vention committee, a virtual ultimatum "makes it imperative for us to protest against unrestricted im- Practically any doctor you ask will

" Tear gas, comparatively modern, demanding immediate con maintain a military machine of such migration of Jews, were persuaded warn remedies: "Don't without give your asking child unknown doctor
:: was used to empty a New York vocation of the committee to con- size''as to dissuade any neighbor by the British to call off the strike, your
theater where there was labor sider blockading the coast of Por- from using our terri attack which had been accompanied by first"
trouble. tugal against arms shipments des- another state." The period of mili- great disorders and the killing of: When it comes to the widely usedchildren's
tined for the Spanish insurgents. It tary service was extended from several hundred persons. The Arab remedy- "milk of magnesia
Japan, until recently convinced, was understood in London that Lord twelve to eighteen months. high committee issued an appeal to the standard of the world is
established. For half
mistakenly, that this country is her Plymouth replied that if the propo- "Belgium must pursue a policy Arabs throughout the country to return doctors have over said "PHILLIPS a century

enemy, and for excellent reasons sition were seriously made, it shouldbe exclusively and wholly Belgian," to work quietly, and this com many Milk of Magnesia." Safe for children.No .
keeping close watch on Russia and presented through diplomatic Leopold said. "In any case our engagements mand was obeyed generally. Sir other is "quite like it."
her anti-Japanese Vladivostok air- channels to the governments con- should not go beyond Arthur Wauchope, British high com-
: plane and submarine base, now cerned. The Russian plan was for a keeping off war from our own ter missioner, was said to have in- Keep this MILK in mind OF, and MAGNESIA"when say"PHILLIPS' -

turns suspicious attention on dear blockade by English or French'war ritory. Belgium must remain out formed the British government thatit you buy.Now also in tablet f orm.
old John Bull. safe for the royal com
ships. was now
side of its neighbors' conflicts. I Get the form you prefer. But see that
Observers in Europe are con- "Any policy of alliance with a I mission investigation to begin its what you get is labeled "Genuine
Britain is supposed to have asked vinced that the Soviet governmentdoes single country would weaken our work of inquiring into the grievancesof Phillips' Milk of Magnesia."
nine nations to protest against Ja- not expect the powers to agreeto position abroad. A purely defensive the Arabs.According.

pan's demands on China. That any such blockade as is sug- alliance would not meet the case to a Hebrew newspaperof ALSO IN TABLET FORM:
should not worry Japan too much. gested, but is chiefly interested in because, however prompt the in- Jerusalem, the Arabs have arranged -
The same old John Bull got fifty- stirring up discord among. the na- tervention of our ally, it would only for backing by Italian Fascists letheequtvelent Each toy tablet -* ,wi
one nations to protest Mussolini's tions. come after the invader's blow, for their aspirations. Also, the of a teaspoonful ,
attack on Ethiopia; but, paying no British Foreign Minister Anthony which would be crushing." Moslem authority administering Islamic Phillips'of genuine Milk
attention, the able Italian went Eden, after hearing of Lord Ply- church property is reported to oi Magnesia.PHILLIPS'.
ahead swallowing Ethiopia; sendingthe mouth's reply, made a speech at A UTHORITY of the national be prepared to sell Catholics a r .nw
little Haile Selassie 'o live in Sheffield in which he pledged Great maritime commission to declare Christian holy place on Mount Zion.

Switzerland.In Britain's unwavering support to the a permanent truce in current
policy of nonintervention in Spain.He contract controversies is challengedby BASING its conclusions on a study: MILK OF
his villa at San Remo, the declared the government was the negotiating committee for the period from 1900 MAGNESIAWNU7
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Duke of Borea D'Olmo celebrateshis determined to "confine that tragedy the Pacific coast maritime unions, to 1935, the National Industrial Con
one hundred and sixth birtnday within the boundaries of that coun- and members of those unions are ference board finds that there is no 44-35
in excellent health. He has been active try." instructed to vote on a proposal fora evidence to support the'theory that
in Italian court circles since Leaders of the Fascists were reported coast-wide waterfront strike. the burden of private debt upon
1841, before the beginning of the to have planned a steady, The maritime commission had 'business is excessive. Statementsthat
United StatesMexican war. steam roller advance on Madrid, peremptorily demanded that the private debt is "absorbing WEEKS of thrillingentertainment
Mussolini tells 200 farmers and and this offensive was already under Pacific coast ports be' kept open wealth" or is showing a changed
industrialists. to prepare for a "de- way. The defenders of the capital : while it sent an investigator to San and unfavorable relationship to
cisive conmct"" that will be neces- were hastily building fortifications' Francisco to discuss the conditions wealth, or that the depression was For Every Member of Your
sary "to preserve order against an- in the suburbs and surrounding the which have long threatened to bringon precipitated by an excessive debt Family Will Be Found In
archy." city with trenches. In Oviedo the industrial warfare.In burden are without factual basis, the
Those that favor the "present dynamite armed force of loyalist telegrams to President Franklin board reported. Gone With The WindThe
civilization," he said, will have to miners was still battling with the Roosevelt and the commission, Interest charges have not outrun
preserve it. "We are at the dawnof garrison and rebel troops sent to the committee said the commissionhad the capacity to pay them, according novel which tells the real
a decisive conflict between the the rescue were about to enter the caused "great unrest" among to the board's study, which showed story of the Civil War and
representatives of order and an- city. the workers through its participa- that the rates of growth of private Reconstruction as never before
archy." tion in negotiations between ship.' long term debt and of interest described. '
from 1900 to 1935 were simi- I03/ pages-equal ,to FIVE
THOREZ, French owners and dock and shipboard em- charges
Dr. Irving Langmuir, brilliant MAURICE. leader, made a ployees.The lar to those of national wealth and ordinary novels. $3.00

Nobel prize winner" announced a speech in Strasbourg that is causinga seven unions, claiming a national income. SEND COUPON TODAY
"counterpartof life, produced chem- Since 1930 private long term debt _.
lot of trouble. He was charged membership of nearly 37,000 work- --- ------------------------
ically; interesting, probably not im with deliberately insulting Adolf Hit- ers, are the International Long has tended to decline. Only the pub- THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
portant. Until some professor can ler, and the Berlin government entered shoremen's association, the American lic utilities have increased the 60.'fifth Avenue, N.Y. C.
produce "some counterpart of life" formal protest. The official Radio Telegraphists' associa- 'amount of their outstanding debt. Send_copy"(ies) of GONE WITH
able to think, manufacture tel Nazi organ, Der Angriff, says the tion, the Marine Engineers' Benefi- But the board points out that no THE WIND to
escopes, explore the universe and exists in the public
,
debt problem
Masters Mates
speech was an attempt to precipitate cial association, the 'NameAddreu
run for office man's dominationwill field as a whole and that expansion -
war between France and Ger- and Pilots of America, the Sailors'Union utility
not be threatened. A cigar store of the electric light and
Indian is many, and also that it was an at- of the Pacific, Marine Cooks
a "counterpart, but not utilities has been on a sound
tempt "to overthrow the German and Stewards, and the Marine Fire- power RFDState--.-
an Indian. reich and to achieve the definite men. Oilers, Watertenders and Wip- basis with the industry in a safe Check d M.O.' 0'c..O.0.'I' D
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I 9 ''c THE CHEERFUL CHERUB UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I Belief in Self 4:

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The other T F A man thoroughly believes ;1
i people ..st.yf -1 .i
SUNDAY I in himself, and has the phys-

f indoor ?t night Lesson ical stamina which makes him '

I And sit in leather Ch master of the situation, equalto
1rJ By REV. HAROLD L. LUN DQUIST ..
;; Dean of the Moody Bible Institute J: any emergency, he is re-
around the hg t. of Chicago. leased from the slavery of
Put I go out wd spread Iii' worry, anxiety and doubt which 't
cripple the efforts of the

my wings and fly Lesson for November 1 '4 \ weak. The success aspirant ,

And the. sr { i'1..i' ought to be jealous of any ex- I
I spend .
:
oJ C] LAW, LOVE, AND TEMPERANCE ; !! penditure of force, any drain

evening with 0", (International Temperance Sunday) > "" Yf9.\ upon his vitality not absolutely

the V >><< 7t necessary, because it cuts
stars LESSON TEXT-Romans 13114. .1 down the percentage of his pos-
GOLDEN TEXT-It is good neither to './/t sible
j and sky: ; achievement.-O: S. Mar-
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eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any '
RTt"" brother stumbleth. j"":"; den.
thing whereby thy : :
I o Rom. 14:21.PRIMARY. ir i\

I JUNIOR TOPIC TOPIC-Why-Junior Citizens.We Keep Rules.\ : w._4 w'h 9! w ....,"...1, < y ;p y No smoke without some fire. d 1 1j

: WNU Service.: INTERMEDIATE' AND SENIOR TOPIC ,',"f<.A:, ,'"i,. :,1i'>j>,'.<,j
-What Shall We Do About Drinking? .D t<

YOUNG PEOPLE AND, ADULT TOPIC
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-Law, Love, and Temperance Pretzel Benders In a Reading Factory.

Wealthy University

The University of Texas owns Revolution, political disorder, an-, Prepared Washington.the National D. C.-WNU Geographic Service.Society. ries .. old customs, and frequentlytheir I

aver two million acres o*. land and archy-these are words which char historic Georgetown, costumes, consitutes a fasci- A

the discovery of oil on the land acterize much of the world's news WHEN. still was the metro- nating story of quaint survivals' in a

has resulted in the receipt to Aug- of our day. What should be our of the north bank of progressive age. s -

ust 31, 1935, of over $21,500,000from attitude toward government? Shoulda the Potomac and the city if Within Pennsylvania's borderS'are 11 tit .
Christian in revolts born of native white
oil and royalties. participate more people
gas Washington Was little more than a
against government? These are parents than in any .other state of- ,
beautiful plan on paper, a bridgewas
questions that stir the hearts of the Union. It. has nearly a million'
thrown across Rock creek to
men. more than New York, its closest 2C11/1Q
connect the two.
The Bible has an answer, and it rival, although' the total'population '<; '' By

"J Now Only a is found in our lesson for today. of There the arch were of the 13 stones bridge.on Upon the them face of the Empire State is approxi i' '.' Mrs Ruth !

Let us study it with care and seek mately three million greater. In

God's message for us and for our were inscribed' the abbre.atednames fact, the people of native white Owen Rohde j
of the 13 states that had i
Penny Tablet in exceed
nation in these utterly confusing parentage Pennsylvania
days. created and successfully defendedthe the total population of any other
Union. On the of that Grapefruit.Jelly Ring: f
keystone
We consider together a portionof state with the exception of New
for FastHEADACHE arch the letters "Pa." 1% cupfuls grapefruit juice.
were York Ohio Illinois Texas and Cal I'
Paul's epistle to the Romans in j
which laid his doc- Whether that',was the origh. of the ifornia. Vz cupful orange juice. t t'f.i
having superb
RELIEF nickname of the Keystone State or cupful lemon juice. ;
!
trinal foundation, he turns to a The Pennsylvanian's tendency to '
only testimony of it earlier use tablespoonfuls gelatin (gen..
practical application. Let us ever migrate is no new phenomenon. For
j Get remains a matter of debate, but the erous measure). .
Quick-Dissolving Bayer remember that while right doctrineis more than a century and a half its

Aspirin Now Without necessary to right living, it is ,sobriquet was. aptly descriptive of restless citizen families have been !cupfuls sugar. I
Vi cold water.
cupful
its role in American history and
Price never sufficient to hold the doctrineand moving-from the old home rooftree,
Thought of 1 cupful ot water.
I fail to permit it to control our industry.The and, with their children and their:
Soak gelatin in cold water five
daily walk. congress that gave Americaits children's children, have pushed out
minutes. Boil and hot water
In 2 Seconds Good citizenship of the true typeis Declaration of Independencemet to the changing frontiers of the coun- sugar
by three minutes until clear
or
the result of staunch Christian deliberated, and acted on Pennsylvania's try. Their first outpouring was in ; pour I,
Stop Watch over the soaked gelatin and stir
character. Much of the weaknessin receptive soil. The con- the colonial period when large
until dissolved. Let cool then add ;
In 2 seconds by stopwatch our political and social life can vention,that forged the Nation's Con- numbers moved down intc the ;
I a genuine stitution labored amid that Commonwealth's fruit juice, a few grains of salt and
be traced to the neglect of the Shenandoah valley of Virginia and on
I BAYER Aspirin tablet pour into ring. Set aside in cool
starts to disintegrate things of God in the, home, the genial atmosphere.The I into western North Carolina and
place for several hours to harden
and go to work. Drop a school, and the church. financial wizard who avertedthe eastern Tennessee.
Bayer Aspirin tablet into economic disastei which threat- Copyrlght.-WNU Service.
Paul presents the Christian as
a glass of water. By p Leads In Home Ownership.
one who has the right attitude toward ened to overwhelm the young nation '
the It
time bits the bottom Value of White House
has furnished
Although Pennsylvania -
of the glass it la his neighbors, and toward his was that patriotic'Pennsylvania
disintegrating. What own daily walk. The Christian is banker, Robert Morris. more migrants than any other It has been estimated that the

happens in this glass '' The fine old philosopher and state in the Union, both in the cola valuation of the, White House ,

.stomach.. happens In your I. Politically-Intelligent and Loyal master. of humanized science who nial era and up to the present time, grounds in Washington, D. C., .

(vv. 1-7). won international recognition for the the state is still America's foremost is $15,700,000 and of the building ;

Lectures on political economy are struggling child among nations, and land of.home owners. The last census itself $2,300,000. I
well worth while. School children II
You can now get Genuine BAYER brought us alliance with France, shows more dwellings occupiedby I

ASPIRIN for virtually If a tablet should learn to love and honor their with history-changing consequences, their owners than in any other

I 0 at any drug store in the U. S. country. But for real intelligent was the revered and picturesqueBen state, a total of 1,198,000 owner-oc Don't Sleep

\f Two dozen now,in aflatpockettin citizenship we must have a studyof Franklin.So homes.. .

for 25ffl Try this new package. God's Word. For all govern- it has been through the genera- When William Penn came to When Gas
Enjoy the quick action and known mental authority is dependent on
America he' had title to some 28-
tions. When ship sails no longer ,
quality of the real Bayer article .
No has
God-given
a man
now without thought of price. power. met the demands of maritime com- 000,000 acres of woodland, mountain, Presses Heart
rule -
any right to over any other merce Robert Fulton, a native of and dale. For dozen decades these
,
Do this especially if you want man except as God delegates that If you want to really GET' RID OF
the means of quick relief from a bad Pennsylvania, laid the foundationsof forests yielded only to the settler'sax GAS and terrible bloating don't expectto
him.
1 :headache neuritis right to steam navigation around the and his new-ground ripping plow.. do it by Just doctoring your stomach
or neuralgia
No "divine right of kings" is justi- with harsh, irritating alkalies and "gas
pains. Remember, BAYER ASPI- world. Then larger towns and cities beganto tablets. Most GAS is lodged in the
RIN works fast. (Note illustration fied by this passage, but clearly it and there was born an in- stomach and upper intestine and is
grow
does teach that is Development of Its Industries.The due to old poisonous matter in the)
government or-
above.) sistent demand for lumber. constipated bowels that are loaded
And ask for it by its full name- dained of God and functions by his industries of the Atlantic sea- With ill-causing!; bacteria.If .
I board became vast that wood no This havoc went>n until there was your constipation is of long stand-
I BAYER ASPIRIN-not by the providence. To resist such author- so
Ing,
enormous quantities of dangerous
I alone served for fuel and Penn- left in all the 28,000,000 but a beg- bacteria
name "aspirin" when you ity is to resist God. longer accumulate. Then your digestion
Get it next time their coal garly 20,000 acres of virgin timber. is upset. GAS often presses
buy. want sylvanians developed re
II you Must we always obey the govern- heart and lungs, making life miserable.You .
I. The lumberman had left his tree
quick relief. can't eat Your head
, ment? Yes; until it commands us sources. or sleep.
I and his sawdust make aches. Your back aches. Your
.L to do that which is clearly contraryto Pittsburgh's Scotch-Irish empire tops piles to plexion Is sallow and pimply. com-Your

, .. 15C FOR the laws of God. We do not builders expanded the iron industryto the most dangerous of fire hazardson breath Is foul. You are a sick grouchy
: A DOZEN millions of acres and to rendera wretched, unhappy person. YOUR
d os resist or question the authority of a point where Pennsylvania prac- SYSTEM IS POISONED.
I any properly appointed govern- tically equipped the factories of the thousand streams unfit. for fish Thousands of sufferers have found In
I FULL25c :Adlerika the quick scientific way to
mental agency, no matter how Mississippi valley and produced both life.Forest rid their systems of harmful bacteria.

I Virtually ; weak, or even wicked the agent I the rails and the rolling stock of the fires completed the destruction foul Adlerika poisons rids out you of of BOTH gas and upper cleans and

i Ic tablet may be, as long as he acts as !. nation's railways. and millions of blackened, lower bowels. Give your bowels a
a oil and other animal barren acres stood as mute wit- REAL, cleansing with Adlerika. Get
"a minister of God for good. When whale rid of GAS. Adlerika! does not gripe
LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS Any government is better than an- fats and oils no longer yielded adequate nesses of the profligacy of man in Is not habit forming. Leading

I archy. But no government has the i lubricants and illuminants, it wasting one of the com m 0 n- Druggists.

right to command any man to disobey was in. Pennsylvania, at Titusville, wealth's principal assets.
"I
To the Extreme God. that Col. E. L. Drake drilled the Floods became more frequent, As a StreamA

I A conceited man is an imaginative In our land we have a powerful I first oil well.Pennsylvania's. since barren lands cannot hold back man may be slow and dull and

man. agency, for the correction of govern- I industrial pioneers water and give it chance to soak still not shallow.Poorly.Nourished.

mental weakness and error the Inaugurated the reign of steel, thus into the- eround. Low-water stages ofstreams

ballot box. Let every Christina use ushering in the era of skyscrapers occurred oftener; springsin

-0 AT LAST it discreetly and in the fear of I in a thousand cities, and the speeding barren lands cannot collect suffi- Women-

God.Before I of traffic on the raMroads of the cient water to keep the streams fed They Just'Can't Hold Up

A COUGH RELIEFTHATALSO leaving the passage, note country.To in dry weather. Fish by the mil- Are you getting proper nourish-

that the Christian does not dodge, the present hour, the land of lions perished when streams were ment from your food, and restful

SPEEDS RECOVERYRemember "fix," or leave unpaid the taxes William Penn goes forward as one transformed for long periods into sleep? A poorly nourished body

the name! It's FOLEY'S HONEY which support the government under of the foremost industrial communities dry river and creek beds. just can't hold up. And ns for that


ing fluicklysoothea.reLieveaticldinghackingcough. coats irritated throat linings to keep works. There is too much dishon- sion it was making one-fifth of the I Then the thinking citizens of Pennsylvania neglect it!

you from coughing. Another set reaches the esty at this point, and we need to world's electrical machinery, refin- I Cardul for lack of appetite, poor
awakened to the
bronohiAl tubes,loosens phlegm helps break upa menace
cough due to a cold and speeds'<< Forquick correct it. ing one-sixth of its sugar, mining a the wasteful methods had digestion and nervous fatigue, has
relief and spetdtd-ub jecortry; ,ask like share of coal and producingan wrought.
s druggfet for double-acting FOLEY'$ HONEY II. Socially- Honest and Lovingvv. State agencies and private interests been recommended by mothers to

&T .&TAK.Idealforchildrea.too.Cetabottlc ( 8-10)). equal proportion of the world'ssteel. joined reforestation. and in pro- daughters-women to womenforover

i "Love thy neighbor as thyself" tection against forest fires. fifty years. _
l The federal census of manufac- Try iti! Thousands of women testify
and there will be no social dishonesty
r -
Today one finds that thirteen mil-
Cardul helped them. Of If It does
SMALL SIZE shows that the nation's course
\ S LARGE SIZE strife, and ill-will. Remember tures among lions of acres in the Keystone State not benefit YOU. consult a
60c $1.20 51 major industries Pennsylvaniaranks physicians
i the lesson of last week on. are accounted to be forest land. A
first in 17 and holds third
lve-I, Corintians 13. I
tre'es.
major portion is in
s 1 better in 15 others. young
place or
I t III. Personally-Clean and Spirit- Wander along the Delaware river, BLACK WALNUT KERNELS
In 42 of the nation's products its
II I ual (vv. 11-14)). through the Poconos, follow both
0' factories lead those of other
I, 1'1; QgpNA The time when our redemption is every branches of the Susquehanna and Bought in Large and Small Quantities
state. From artificial limbs to zinc
co9nlud Remedy for Rheumatic,
to be fully completed-that is when cross their watersheds, travel the i Highest Prices-Absolute Responsibility
. and Neuritis sufferer A perfect Blood products these wares of Pennsyl-
f Roosevelt highway across the state Writ for information,circularand
Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich end the Lord himself returns is at vanias primacy run the gamut of pried
) He Build. hand. We therefore will not liveas from east to west, dip down to ,
J tny. Strength and Vigor. the alphabet. In such diverse in- R.E.FUNSTEN COMPANY St.Loult Mo.
Always Effective Why luWer? those who walk in darkness, but dustries as coal mining, chocolateand Emporium, Williamsport, and Jersey Also car load buyer of Pecans

AT.A1L. GOOD.DKUGSTOKESWEALTH as children of the light, clean in cocoa manufacture, pig-iron Shore, climb Bald Eagle, Tus-
carora, Laurel Hill, and South Moun-
life and We will
thought. "put on production and silk making, steel .
tain and will begin to under-
you
the Lord Jesus Christ.
k and wool pulling cement
{jr rolling stand why some one has proposedthat
In these days when almost every grinding and lace weaving, coke CLASSIFIED
r Pennsylvania, be renamed the
wayside store and hundreds of thou- and Penn-
burning hosiery knitting,
Sapling State-because of its tremendous
sands of city buildings have been -
sylvania is first by a wide margin.
number of
converted into far young trees.
drinking places
Romance In Its Story.
worse than the old-time saloon, Reforestation is beginning to ear
Pennsylvania's history is filled fruit. Floods are '
when men and women are mak- major becomingrarer MUSICHawaiian
ing drunken sots of themselves, with stirring chapters. The story of and less destructive, for wateris

it is indeed time for Christians to its wild life, from the days of primal absorbed instead of rushing pell- Guitar Spanish Guitar, Jlando-
H AND HEALTH abundance to virtual extinction and mell riverward. Springs constantlyfed tin Violin, etc., given free with each home
raise their voices in protest and to study lessons. SUNIUSK HAWAIIAN CO>-
i i I Good health and success go together.Don't act to protect the boys and girlsof back again to abundance under intelligent by seeping water in turn fill SKKVATOBY OF MUSIC:: Charleston S.C

. handicap yourself-get rid of a sluggish, America. human protection, is a true the streams ,with .a .more constant
acid condition with tasty Milncsia, the romance of forest and stream. The ,current. Fish' air'"accordingly in FLOWERS
, original milk of magnesia in wafer form. But above all-let us win themto
tenacity with which the many religious creasing in substantial numbers due
Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk of Christ, for if they "put on Christ"they Rose BmheGuaranteed to bloom 2 yra
il sects, drawn there by the to steadier stream flow, seasonal fleldgrown budded stock. Ever bloornlnj
magnesia.Neutralizes acids and will "make
ior
gives no provision T1TKXBO3Z
you varieties 15c Postp'd. Catalogue.
-pleasant elimination. 20c,35c&60c sizes. the flesh to fulfill the lusts thereof." broad tolerance of the founder, have restrictions, bag limits, and artifi- NURSERIES ea. Tyler, Texas. Dept. A.
adhered steadfastly to their cent cial propagation.


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l and it Is up to the ees and merit as large a vote of con- .
L.
News ocratic primaries B. MershonAGENT J. ft/2./ COUSE ,
The Clewiston stick fidence receive. Becauso
I Democrats of the county to as they can
with their nominees in these county they are without opposition doesn't and Attorney at Law II'Counselor
mean you shouldn't mark an X be-
Clewiston, battles. New York Life
Published every Friday in nominee fore their names. They won't com- Hopkins Building a
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Democratic
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, For without every other opposition: plain if the vote they receive is extra -. Insurance Company Wednesdays and Saturdays }'1"i'

-Inc: .Because they are the party nomin- large. 1. ARCADIA, FLORIDA 0:30 to 4:00 fc 1/;
AND VOTE DEMOCRATIC FROM uj.
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.. CONSTABLE TO THE PRESIDENT! --5------
Editor --
Keathley Bowden 'B --- 4. &

Three Barges Lost

Entered February as second 1, 1927 class, at mail the matter Post-:I TO THE VOTERSOF 't In Squall On LakeA Florida First!

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under .
the Act of March 3, 1897. \
HENDRY COUNTY wind and rain squall which The First Congressional District will
struck Lake Okeechobee a week ago I
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. last Sunday and with particular fury' next Tuesday select for Representative in.

Advertising rates on application. THIRD IS THE DAY in the East Beach section, broke
NOVEMBER Congress capable of giving intelligent
one ;
OP THE loose three big rock barges belonging -
to the U. S. Engineers and" they sane, and even brilliant representation
Devoted to the advancement and GENERAL ELECTIONEach later sank. Two of the barges nave
B. L. HAMNER.
and Hendry
welfare of Clewiston been found and raised but at search
>
County. National, State, County and is still being: made for the third one. Practically every civic and charity or-
District officer5 will be elected on On Tuesday of this week a coastguard
that day.Remember. plane was sent over from the ganization and humanitarian.; project has

To Vote for Roosevelt: DUTY as East Coast to assist in the search but called upon him for service-he has given
it is as much a to no avail. Every effort will be
,.
\
a privilege to vote. made to locate and raise the miss- freely of himself.

Mark X before ing barge as quickly as possible be- Nearly all of our industries have at
an I. cause loaded with rock, it will provea
For jour information we list below menace to navigation.A one time or another utilized his ability
the of the First the names of the DEMOCRATIC
names Nominees, and recommend them to small suction dredge belonging when the need was urgent,- never has he

Seven Electors. you November and solicit Third.jour vote and supporton but to being the used E. H.by Latham the engineers company to I failed to respond most generouslyandI

pump' back-fill material on the east successfully.Most .
0I
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shore
revetment
project also sankin
of the of business
Presidential Electors: the squall but has been raised organizations
; 4' X Fred AndrewsX ,Fred AndrewsW. J and is ready for work at this time. I L and professional men have sought and received -
P. (Bill) Arnold J" The wind reached a maximum velocity -
W. P. Arnold Earle B. Askew I" of fifty-four miles an hour at his freely given time, and talents..

. Mrs. George M. Dorman r Belle Glade, that being the reading Horticultural and agricultural inter
X Erie B. AskewX Wallace N. Keith r. recorded on the new wind recorder .
,Lloyd Z. Morgan .f' erected on the hurricane gate there.Butler's ests and organizations throughout Florida

'J. J. Parrish, Jr. have attained objects and goals after
Mrs. Geo. Dorman surmounting -

obstacles of no mean proportion -

,'. X Wallace N. Keith For Claude United States Pepper Senate: \ .I by reason of his vision, energy and

X Lloyd Z. Morgan C. O. Andrews Beauty Shop undaunted spirit and tireless effort.

;.. OFFERSSpecial.aargains
The whole district now calls upon

: X J. J. Parrish, Jr. For Member Congress: him for a survey-a brief-a plan-a pur-

J. Hardin PetersonFor FROM pose, practical and feasible, founded upon

knowledge of our possibilities and the
,
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: Next TuesdayVote Governor: Nov. 1 to Jan. 1WITH
and to attain aims and
Fred P. Cone ways means our ,

,.' for: GREAT APPEAL TO then to serve us in Congress and accomp-

Franklin D. Roosevelt for PresW EVERY WOMAN lish this and coordinated
dent of the United States by voting For Secretary of State .. comprehensive
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: for the FIRST SEVEN electors on R.: A. Gray plan.

the Florida ballot: Permanents from $2.50 to $10 Gone are party lines in this issue--
Because :Mr. Roosevelt took over
the management of this country at For State Treasurer: Facial, manicure and arch, $1.50 voting for a man and for principles, we
W. V. Knott
,,. the peak of the worst economic crisis
will elect B. L. HAMNER.
Facial. .
the country has ever known and ,Shampoo and set, Dry,

i. within a few days had set machinery' $1.50 "- The press of the Nation will herald
'. in motion which ended the depression For Comptroller:
, and Started us on the way to J. M. Lee I tHaircuts, $.35 I such an accomplishment. The advertising

: economic recovery; because his ev- value will be immeasurably great.
I .
; ery move has been to benefit the
For State Superintendent: Being unquestionably so-Don
overlook -
masses of America rather than the Butler's Beauty Shop

".,', favored few; because, under his ad Colin,:; English Clewiston Inn 'Telephone 345 I' your part-Voting for him.
< :. ministration, the farmer has been
,;j for the first time recognized the (Paid Political Adv.) .
For Attorney General:
1>: same as any other business man; because Gary D. Landis I JIi.c'-! 'Th!

,:. he has instituted a program of ...
i, relief spending which will bring lasting -
"
( benefits to every village and
'. For Representative, Hendry. County;:
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town in the country; because of
. Elbert L. Stewart
.
:, ..,- countless other actions which have ,
!:
. given him the rank of the greatest .,
:.:. humanitarian in the history of the .
, For Sheriff: SAVINGS
;,' American Republic. H. L. DelaneyFor SAFETY DIVIDENDS
For C. O. Andrews for U. S. Sen-
ator:
' .
-, Because Judge Andrews was nom- Clerk Circuit Court:
inated for this great office by a ma- Wm. T. Hull .
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jority of the votes by the electorate "> '" $ '' : ? <'. '.... Record of Dividends ofClewiston I II'
. of Florida; because he is a politician '..".. ":". ,..,;.".l.. '
. of 1 :. ..,. .. > .:a:: Home Building AssociationYEAR -
{; exceptional ability; because For Tax Collector: ;. .., "'1. '.
:', he makes friends by the score and F. A. Dougherty '"..!'t".;:;. ". \
(,
J. : holds those friends; because Flor- : ',.. .-'<=" RATE, RATE

ida, should his Republican opponent ... /. : ,
;./ .be elected, would be severely handicapped For Tax Assessor: '_. PERCENT YEAR PERCENT ;
': in securing any benefits from Dennis Small S S '
< I 1928 < 5.5. I 1933 6
: a Democratic Congress. CjJR ., .:.;... ,
t' For Fred Cone for Governor: ..' I 1929 .... 7 I 1934 & 6
Because Mr. Cone Is one of the For County Supt. of Public Instruc- .- -1'!. ', --... 'Ii.:' .. .

:.." greatest party men ever brought tion: ; ,' ..' .", :.:.I.. ;. t. I 1930 ,;:\ .':.. .4. 1935 6
f. forward for the office of Chief Executive S. A. Graves .' ..' .' '. -.. :., .;: 'f 1931 : :: 4 1936 6

I-. cause he of is the a native State of Floridian Florida; and be- ;'> :" ;::; ::6> ,<::;:' :. I 1932 \ly: 6 i ,

will be working wholeheartedly every For County Judge: "
instant for the best interests of Bill Maddox .1 .

the State; because he Is honest, con- J .
,
scientious and capable.For '. .'. CALL BY THE HOME
,
J. Hardin. Peterson for Congressman For County Attorney: '';
,': : Louis O. GravelyFor \ ;' ': BUILDING OFFICE FIRST ,

Because "Pete" since his electionas \ Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND. I
Congressman from the First Dis-
return. Home Building has paid '
trict four years ago has given faIth- Supenisqr Registration: never TALK THINGS OVER.

, ful and' honest service to his con- John L. Hall dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ', .' '. -" r
stituents; because he h'as the dynamic -- l ,
tireless energy so necessary in "a In these days of reduced interest on say '

Congressman in this era; because he I BE ings accounts and reduced returns on other : .4'

has heard requests for aid from SURETO forms of investment Home offers S ;r
Hendry county with just as much interest Building Gftr ':;:

and has worked just as hardin the conservative,. thrifty investor the investment --' '.,'..:
our behalf as he has for the more .
best suited his needs. Investigate
populous counties. VOTENOVEMBER to .--"

For S. A. Graves for County Sup- THIRD .....- Clewiston Home Building Asso- '
erintendent of Public Instruction,
and Frank: A. Doughertj for CountyTax ciation; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME I

Collector: Democratic Executive little as $5.00 per month or as much as
Because BUILDING
they are the regular nom-
inees of Democratic party in this Committee Hendry $ $1,000.00: a lump sum, you'll find a

county, being picked by the county Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. .' ASSOCIATION
voters in June by large majoritiesover CountyPaid PHONES 102-103 .
several opponents. Had these i
candidates not been well qualified ..
they could never have polled tho ( Political Adv.) ,

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-.................................-............. .....................................................:.. I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barbee, of COMMUNITY CHURCH State 7"I of Florida for a period of five I ers of a municipal corporatlon'--and
shall also be of the
'' years continuously next preceeding his recognized as one
Moore Haven, were visitors here application thcrefdr, nor shaH such legal political divisions of the Slate
: Personal Mention :j: Tuesday. I Sundaj, \;amber 1, .1936 general law provide for benefits! to any with the duties and obligations of a
: person solely on account of age who county and shall entitled to all the
At 7:30: -The Lord's Supper. has not attained the of rights and privileges includ-
'.' I age sixty-five powers
'I0 A ...N..N..N.N..N....N N.N.N.N.N N N.N.N N N.N N....N'.N....HI I The Community Church invites all years; Provided, further that whereby ing representation [in the State Legislature
J. J. Harrington and Jay W. Moran -
any law of the United States a which would accrue to it if
t I Dr. and Mrs: J. W.: Ezelle spent are' spending several days in Christians \vhrteyer church affil-I I lesser or different period of residenceage it were a county. All property of Mon-
t !iatiuns. who su d' .3)re, to unite with or citizenship shall be fixed In roe County and of the municipality in
I. : i J Sunday in Fort Myers.: New York and Washington on busI-[ I II order for the State of Florida to participate said county shall vest in such muni-
ness. jus I I in celeb;aiing the Sacrament of in any Federal grants that cipal corporation wher established as
the Lord's Supper at the church on might be made for such purposes, the herein provided. The offices of the
I Legislaturemay prescribe such requirements Clerk of the Circuit C'urt and Sheriff
Capt. G. E. Linkswiler was a business J. +Sunday evening, November 1, at us to. citizenship age and shall not be abolished but the Legis-
visitor in Miami Monday. Mr. and \ M.\ Couse and i 7:30.- The entire church, by special residence as will be consistent with lature may prescribe .he time when.
Haven and not In conflict with such Federal and the method by wh 'h, such offices
of Moore ,!
Jo Anne,
lI daughter agreement, both in America and oth- Law.," shall be filled an.! 'I l e compensationto
I were the guests of friends here Wednesday Approved June 4. 1935. be paid to such 'leers and may
lands will hold communion
I H. Moltz and Treva- er serv-
Mrs. F. son vest in them additit 1.1) powers and
I ''i left Sunday to make their home evening. .. ices on this Smday.Ve! invite all duties. No county off shah be abolIshed -
lyn, A JOINT RESOLUTION or consolidated ith another office -
i in Miami. Christians to hav:' a part. Proposing an Amendment to Article without makir-T ovision for the
1 F. J. Silka, of New York, arrived The tenth anni-.:rsary of the Clew- VIII of the Constitution of the Stateof performance of all btate duties now
1 here this week and will be employed iston Florida Relative to Cities and or hereafter prescribed by law to be
Community Church will be Counties.
j performed by such county officer.
Mrs. Leslie Miller and Miss Ulla'I by the United States Sugar Corp- postponed one Week. A letter from lie It ltcsolc IJy The Legislature of Nothing contained herein shall affect
Jacobsen spent Monday in West. Palm ora.tion'during the harvest season. The State of Florida: Section 20 of Article III of the Con-
Dr. Alexander Lynn, the invited That the following Amendment to stitution of the State of Florida, except -
Beach. guest speaker, tells us that he can- Article VIII of the Constitution of as to such provisions therein as
Fr. F. J. Finnegan, former pastor the State of Florida relative to cities relate to regulating the Jurisdiction
'-- I'I of St. Margaret's Catholic Church I not be with us on November 15 as and counties to be numbered Section and duties of any class of officers to
Mrs. G. B. nackstraw and Mrs.J. scheduled. 10 of said Article VIII be and the summoning and impanelling grand
I here and now located In Melbourne, same Is hereby agreed to and shall and petit Juries to assessing and col-
E. Johnson spent Wednesday in spent several days here this week I'I'I be submitted to the "electors of the lecting taxes for county purposes and
West Palm Beach. I State at the General Election to be to regulating the fees and compensa-
i visiting friends. held on the First Tuesday after the tion of county officers. No law author-
I first :Monday in November A. D. 1936. izing the establishing or abolishing of
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\ for ratification or rejection to-wit: such Municipal corporation pursuantto
Mrs. A. W. Sias and Mrs. A.V..i Friends of Mrs. V. A. Allen will SchooleqQs Section 10. The Legislature shall this Section shall become operativeor
have power to establish, alter or abol- effective until approved by a ma-
West Palm Beach visitors learn that she has
Lawrence were be pleased to recuperated ish a Municipal corporation to be jority of the qualified electors partici-
Wednesday.Mrs. sufficiently' from a recent known as the City of Key West, 'extending pating in an election held In said
territorially throughout the county, but so long as such municipal
operation performed at a Palm'I I Editor .................___.Ethel Willis present limits of Monroe County, in corporation exists under this Sectionthe
and Mrs. E. Beach hospital to join her husband I the place of any or all county, district Legislature may amend or extend
M. H. Crouch
I I Ass't Editor .........Trevlyn Moltz municipal and local governments, the law authorizing the same without
L. Stewart were visitors in West who was recently transferred from Sports Editor .___LeRoy Hare boards, bodies and officers, constitu- referendum to the qualified voters
the Clewiston office to the Mobile tional or statutory legislative, executive unless the Legislative act providingfor
Palm Beach Monday.
I Advisor ....Miss Dorothy LockhartThe Judicial or administrative, such amendment or extension shall
-- office of the U. S. Engineers. She and shall prescribe the jurisdiction, provide for such referendum.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and left Palm Beach on Thursday of last powers, duties and functions of such Approved June 4, 1935. l
first grade reading honor roll municipal corporation, its legislative,
Mrs. C. L. Downs were visitors in week. -v' executive. Judicial and administrative
I I is a&: follows: Ruby Ricks, Mary departments and its boards bodies and The votes cast In compliance with
Pahokee and Belle Glade Sunday. officers; to divide the territory included (! said proposed amendments ,and the
Ruth Johnson Turner
BRIDGE PARTY HONORS Virginia Car- in such municipality into subordinate canvass declarations and returns -- !
I "-"I SIRS. W. M. REDELSHEIMER I(line Berner, David Golden. I districts, and to prescribe a just thereof shall be subjected to the same
I Mrs. R. V. Allison and baby: daughter and reasonable system of taxation for regulations and restrictions as are
I I Gail, left ,last Friday to join Dr.. I I Second grade spelling honor roll: i such municipality and districts; and provided by law for general elections I
Redelsheimer who to fix the liability of such municipal- in the State of Florida.IN .
Mitchell
Allison in D. C. Mrs. W. M. Jo Ann Crouch, Faith Dorothy '
Washington ity and
districts. Bonded and other indebtedness TESTIMONY WHEREOF, f iI
I will leave soon to join her husbandin I Mitchell, Pat' Bailey, Bobby existing' at the time of the: have hereunto itGr my I
} Miami where they will make their Maynard, Louise Prewitt, William establishment of such municipality, hand and affixed t1
I Fred A. Flanders
Mr. and Mrs. shall be enforceable only against pro- Seal of the State of Florida
: of Moore Haven, visited friends here future home, was honored Monday McCracken, Nancy Wright, Janice perty theretofore taxable therefor. The at Tallahassee, the Capital
afternoon with a lovely bridge party Norton, Charles Benbow, Grace Legislature shall, from time to time, this tIle 1st day of August, 'i
I Monday evening. determine what portion of said muni- A. D. 1936.
given by Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg.A Ward, Mary Louise Thomas, Jacqu- cipality is a rural area and a home- (SEAL) !

i Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley and grass linen bridge set went to I line Bledsoe, Peggy Lawler, Mary El- stead limited in as such if In rural a city area or shall town.not Such be R. A. GRAY, .

I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichard spent. Mrs. W. C. Fuller, who held high len Smith, Gilbert McLeod,' Ruth Enrich municipality may exercise ..all the pow-, Secretary of State. l H

I I Tuesday in West Palm Beach. score; two linen towels to Mrs. W.: i Margie Allen, Berkley Ivey,

I 'C. Prewitt, who held the second high ; Billy Maynard, and Sammie Young .

I Mr and Mrs. Paul Rardin of Canal score and the third high prize' went I! Third grade spelling honor roll: : /' .;,' "Ir.-'=='],:?:_ .: ': -: :Eifr: : :: ,.:- =---_

I Point spent Saturday and Sunday to Mrs. F. 1\[. Wright, an embroidered -!James Ricks, Wilma Jean Tingle,

I here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. apron. Mrs. Max Meluh and Mrs. I I Esther Brewer, Bertha Ballard, No- SOLICITING YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOHSo

Keathley Bowden.Mr. G. E. Smith were given handkerchiefs ley Geiger, David Belcher, Mayme

as consolation prizes. A bathmat Johnson Nora Mamie Trice
T Oglesby, ,
and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were was given to Mrs. F. D. Duff Shirley Moon, J. T. Sanson, and Stel A.

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. :' who made the lucky cut and Mrs. I Westberry.. GRAVESC

Peters in West Palm Beach Satur- Redelsheimer was presented with a I
Fourth, grade spelling honor roll: C
day afternoon and evening.Mr. pair of silk hose as ft guest prize. !'I Louise Blount, Henry Chapman,
A delicious fruit salad course, ,I
--- Democratic Nominee ForSuperintendent
Nicky Schiffli, Willie Smith, Leonard
and Mrs. F. A. Ray returned chocolate, cake and coffee were serv-; Westberry and Parmelia Bourne.
Saturday from their vacation. While ed by the hostess to: Mrs. Redel- l

away they visited in Atlantic City, sheimer, Mrs. W. C.:, Owen, Mrs. O. : Fifth grade spelling honor roll:

N. Jersey and in Canada. F. Schiffli, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.F. Eric Belcher, Herbert Busbin, Phil- of

:J f : D. Duff, Mis. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.R. lys McLeod, and Marianne Jones. ,

, Virgil Lawrence returned Sunday Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Sixth grade spelling honor roll:

:! from a vacation visit to his home in Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. M. M. I Gloria McDuffie, Elizabeth Winn, "

I : : Olathe, Kansas. His mother, Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. ,F. I Janie Brantley, Elbert Hooker, and :Public Instruction .
I .
: I I I Freeman ,Lawrence: returned with M. Rodriguez, 2\1rs.E. P. Mutrix, I Juinton Smith. \

1\ him and visited here for a few days Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. G.. E. Smith : Trevlyn Moltz has moved to Miami -

I, I this week. and Mrs. C. L. Downs. where he will continue the year's ,
i I i school work. In The General ElectionNOVEMBER

Those attending the football game ;.
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I in Pahokee Friday night were: 3d

Christine Bell, Wilbur McGehee, Dot .-

I Hare, Billie Hooker, Junior Chap-

\ man, James Winn, Vincent Oglesby, Mr. Graves has served as Assistant Superintendent
To the Voters of Clewsston: LeRoy Hare, Bob Patterson, Sandy

j i, Bell, Bernice Guthrie, Mildred Ward, for the past twelve months and has ';

and Hazel Prince.

i i I am a candidate for the office of rendered efficient and courteous service. t

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; NORGE REFRIGERATORS Successful Experience Is Your Safeguard "- : "
: of
Superintendent Furniture and Homo Furnishings .

PHILCO RADIOS Against Doubtful Promises. '!,



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1I 1/I NOTICE-OF ELECTION- ..............................................................................................................................................................................-.:...'.11 ..'.: \t1

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WHEREAS, the L gislature: of 1935 -
i! I to'Hendry 26 under the Constitution of 1885. of the ."' I 01..'. ;
i J came County years ago. I State Resolutions of Florida proposing, dul pass amendments two Joint to .t-1 I .t. -, 'J rI ;

the Constitution of the State of Flor- I 's' '\
Most of these years have been spent in the ida, and the same were agreed to by a '
vote of three fifths of all the mem- i ;
bers elected to each house; that the i I CLEWISTON GOLF I Ir

practice of medicine I' in LaBelle. voters entered on upon said their Joint respective Resolution Journals were- :

I with the yeas and nays thereon -
and they did determine and direct :: :: .
that the said Joint Resolutions be submitted .. r
My children'have attended the Hendry I to the electors of the State at ; COURSE ..:j j.s'
.s' '
\ the General Election in November .j1' '.
i 1936.NOW '.' ,'' ;<:
THEREFORE. I, R. A. GRAY. ',' I Y
I schools. i ? : '
County I Secretary of State of the State of Florida :: i :: :'
i do hereby give notice that a .S. I .. .1
.s. .S. "
i GKNtJUAI.! ELECTION I
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will be held in each county in Flor- .s. ..-IIIiI!11IIII........ ;
ida on Tuesday next succeeding the .s. 1JIIIIIiI""" I .I. I
I graduated from University of Indiana in first :Monday in November A. D. 1936, .s. I' .. -.
the said Tuesday being the .t. .. .
Tinnn DAY OP NOVEMBER .t. 1 .s.
1908. for the ratification or rejection of the .s. .s. '
said Joint Resolutions proposing .:, .s. 'J\
amendments to the Constitution of :, tI
the State of Florida viz. i

I have visited as many of the homes in Proposing Article A XIII JOINT to Amend of RESOLUTION the' Section Constitution 3 of the of i Open to the Public i I IIi .

Provisions the State for of the Florida Aged, Relating Infirm and to :I: .

: Clewiston as possible with the limited Unfortunate. .
I [1(' It rtrNolicd By The I-eprlslnlure of '' } '
The State of Klorlrin: :(
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time at command. If I have not met That Section 3 Article XIII of the ,- '.. ..
D my you r
:1
l Constitution of the State of Florida, Ii. :.
,: relating" Provl lon., for the Agpd: ..
in rounds in Clewiston I Infirm, and Unfoitun.ite be and the I .t.
my respectfully same is hereby amended, and as am- .s. __ .s. :'
/ ended is agreed to and shall be sub- .t. -.uI '. :
.i' "irr j
mitted to the electors of the State of .t. I .. .
() refer you to anyone in LaBelle. Florida at the next general electionto .s. I ,.;. "j j
rr) be held on the fir it Tuesday after :. .. .
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the first Monday in November 1936, for {. I ';' li
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ratification or rejection: ; said Section
t 3 of Article XIII as amended shall :i: Moderate Green Fees 1'Ii:; .::
read as follows:
Your vote is earnestly solicited.C. "Section 3. The respective countiesof i
the State shall provide in the man- 3' Exceptional Fairways 1 '<. .iJ
ner prescribed by law for those of the ;
inhabitants who by reason, of age. infirmity -
or misfortune, may have ;!; Interesting Greens : j'r
E. WEAVER M. D claims upon the id and sympathy of I ;
; society; provided, however, the Legis- !.lb. ",, :
lature may by go,ipral law provide for .. I
a uniform State-wide system for such .:. ... ..:;!
: (Paid Political Adv.) benefits and appropriate money there- -- -' --- .

4 I for provide; but BO ayetbeen such general any person law shall the II-..; ..;......X......x, ..:..xsssSM" MS"H* shall not 1 a resident of
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DRAGONS DRIVE YOUBy Suspect At the end Someone of the second round. "'f/l/()/

in a boxing bout, the "Battling

Kid" staggered to this corner bad-
ly bruised by his opponent's blows.

His manager shouted in his ear:

"Keep it up Kid, he hasn't. laid a
EDWIN BALMER glove on you yet."

The manager repeated the
cheerful advice at the end of the

li-i Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service next two rounds although the

"Kid" looked worse after each en-
counter.At .

CHAPTER XIIIContinued20 to his desk after bis grandmother bad one thins left to us to do. Go on from "But," she weakened, "can we?" the end of the fifth round, the

gone; he tood half the room's width this moment together." "See that great gray crag down boxer had to be helped to his

The door-bell -rang.-Winnie lifted the away, staring without recognition at "There's nothing else," she said, "for there?" Cathal gazed Into the valley. 'corner. To his manager he mum-

big bowl to the table and as she was, the open books and the papers whicha me." It was noonday, and they rested side bled: "You better watch the
with her apron upon her, she went to few minutes ago had absorbed him. "Nothing?" be denied for her."There's by side, far up on the flank of their referee. Someone in that ring is
One meaning-one, and none other any one in all the world for
the front door. mountain at the very edge of the giving me an awful beating.."
was possible-was declared in what you!I" snow-line. Above them rose rock and
"
"Oh said Winnie. "Oh. She Agnes Gleneith had done this day, and "No," she said, very simply. "Kissme. snow; beside them a single stout little
!It
reached for her apron and crumpled which Winnie had told him. Agnes ."
the dwarf pine clung In a cleft a brave DESIRES AND CAPABILITIES
For
!In her thin hand. 'Tis you. had broken down the last false bar- They went up together to the house, outpost of the forest below. Happy the'man who early learns

dread which had seized her when this rier between them ; It existed In her where lights betrayed her father fig- The Sun herding his cattle through the wide chasm that ''lies betweenhis
Cathal came home on the night at his desk under the antlers
uring
no more.
the pastures of Time, had climbed to wishes and his powers-!
girl had called him, filled Winnie again. In him, what still held him? A and trophies of his gun-room. Her his in Goethe.
hignest slope the sky; and his
"Do ye seek me? : lifetime of feeling the Inferiorities inflicted mother seemed to be upstairs.
radiance
caught the thatit
I gray crag so
"Yes, said Agnes. upon a little boy of no fortune Cathal, alone, sought her father. shone above the mountain's shadow.
"
"Will ye step in? and no "birth"-but Inferiorities which "Hello, O'Mara.: Bob Gleneith
Agnes stepped Into the neat little Winnie, from the first, so valiantly' turned on his chair. "You came awhile Agnes gazed at the great rock, and Beware Coughsfrom
sitting room where a few old, plain and steadfastly had denied' for him. ago?" she followed Cathal's feeling: "Until

chairs and the table told that they When Winnie had opened his door, "Yes, sir. The two men looked at that falls Into the shadow at noon, colds

were memorable, treasured things. She he had been studying how he might each other; and Cathal knew that her let"'us stay Then we need never common

looked about and met Winnie's blue save from the penitentiary and utter father was well aware of why he was count the days. Only, some' day that ,.

eyes. degradation, Philip LInsdale. This there. And It was Gleneith not he rock will tell us that we must go." That Hang On .

"Will ye choose a chair? None elseis week another gentleman in desperate that avoided It. And so they agreed on it

home," Winnie explained, seating straits-not a neighbor to the Glen- "You've Ormstead now, I hear They were far in the west and the :Ko have matter how many medicines
tried
herself uneasily, "or I'd call them." eiths, but certainly known to them- O'Mara," Bob Gleneith said. "They've north, amid the mighty, majestic you cold or bronchial for irritation your cough, you,chest can .

"You are the one," said Agnes, "I had appealed to Cathal to save him charged him with fraud-fraud and mountains; and for five days they had get relief now with Creomulsion.
wanted to see." from prison. Today, Cathal O'Mara larceny too. He's taken for his private been married. (And Bob Gleneith had Serious trouble may be brewing and

"Me?" said Winnie. "Over him?" of no birth and background-had to purposes, they say-to save him- stood by his Light One in the serviceat you wit cannot anything afford less to than take Creomul a chance

refuse to take a like case. self-two millions. They've caught the house of the minister.) sion
"Over him and myself, said Agnes; which goes right to the seat
and she waited, not knowing what next For banks in the city and about Chi him; so he's come to you." To be married, to take your placein of the trouble to aid nature to
"Yes, sir." the procession of life, to realizeat soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
to say. cago were failing; great companiesand
branes
Bob Gleneith somewhat ruefully last how you had received your life as the germ-laden, phlegm
"I'm pleased ye are here," said Win corporations could not meet their is loosened and, expelled.
smiled: "You seem to be collecting and how, if you willed, you would
my pass Even if
nie, trying, to help her. "And why debts; great men-great names of the other remedies have
friends, O'Mara." life on-that was a solemn and also failed don't be
,
discouraged
should ye not be? He's gone the many, city-dropped in dishonor. They who your
Cathal said nothing, and Gleneith an ecstatically happy situation. And druggIst'is authorized to guarantee
had held themselves above and
many' times to ye. Too many times, beyond Creomulsion and to refund
your
the
suddenly rose. there were mountains.
was It?" she, asked anxiously: ; for she Cathal O'Mara were calling to him. money if you are not satisfied with
"What can you do for them? Will Lord, thou haet been our dwelling- results from
the
was still puzzled. What had Davis Ayreforth all but very first bottle.'
"Not too many for me." done? How secure were Robert Glen- they spend the rest of their lives In a place In all generations. Before the Get Creomulsion right' now. Adv)
cell? They were good men. You mountains
were brought forth. .
"Then what trouble came to him? elth's own fortunes? '
know 1' don't mean 'good, but they
Before these mountains
Winnie asked crumpling her apron. Cathal stepped to his desk; he laid Rere brought A Genuine Smile
had ability; they built things;, and forth
!1For
"What trouble this week and more? paper-markers between the pages, and Smile if,you,mean it. Otherwise
stand between them'and
From the night he came home from no\v-you" a thousand years In thy sightare look sincere. It is more becoming.
.. ..
.11." I prison. but as yesterday when it is past
,
the murder of that Lorrie, he's lived
He struck at the wall beside him, and as a watch in the night
for ye. For naught else but for ye.
which resounded at the blow. "Some-
A thousand SOOTHES
"He told ?" asked years ago, no one had BURNS
you Agnes. times,. 'O'Mara, I feel that even the ever dreamed of Chicago, and the Pure and snow-white, Moroline applied as
"Wud he tell me? I've me eyes; walls we built must be of .
paper. forefathers of the millions In the a dressing for burns protects and soothes.
and the blind cud see! .There wasa You to ask something."
came me
teeming city were to beget sons and The lOc size contains 3y times as much aa
time he never knew ye; and there's "Yes, sir. I want to marry Agnes. daughters and die, and they would the 5c size. Try it today.Demand MorolinaMOLNE
been the time since. As different to "
She will me.
:
marry bear children that would die throughsix
him as night" and day. What's fallen "I supposed so; and I suppose, : hundred years, before a generation !

between ye? whatever I say, you're both going to grew that would hear of this
"Fallen?" said Agnes. "Nothing's do it. Well one thing: you're not pa- America. And the stock-market that
fallen. We mean to be married." O'Mara. Whatever else are,
AV per you now "made" or ruined so many men Self
Pity
"Who? j-
-or aren't-you're not .
paper. -what was it? A center of scheming One who "I misunder-
says, am
"Cathal-your grandson-and I." When are planning-this thing?"
you through a moment of time. Your stood is of
usually out a job.
"Whist!I" cried
Winnie. "Whist!
"Tomorrow""Tomorrow stocks maintained their prices, In thi
: What i hear did ye say? c ? You waste no time, center, of men's schemes, and you

Ye and he! .. He's a bit of a : O'Mara. : Well, I've had one big remained powerful and great like In-

book, with every word of ye and every formal wedding in my family-an- sull, and clever and comfortable like Miss n

pitcher of ye pasted In. I looked. nounced weeks ahead a thousand Jeb. They declined, and you were

Sure It was printed for all the world guests. This is hardly the time for disgraced like Philip Linsdale and REE LEEF ,

.-!,' to read; but he pasted them all to \ that again; and I'm willing that my John Ormstead; or you must destroy

gether. At last je returned from be- other daughter try another sort of yourself, as Arthur LInsdale had done, says

yant the sea. He goes to ye; then he thing. Her mother won't be-you and Davis had tried to do, in orderto

goes no more; and he passes me, these know that. But let me stand up with leave a few dollars to Bee and the

days, flyer speaking. Is that because my daughter and give her away, even boys.; Thou carriest them away as "CAPUDINErelieves

he'll be married to ye?" 3 / if it's before a justice of the peace." with a flood; they are as a sleep.

"That's It," said Agnes; and no ; 4 But the mountain would remain;

longer could she sit still. She arose, CHAPTER XIV the world continue to spin under the HEADACHE

and Winnie arose. "He thinks I won'tdo sun, each year in the spring exposingto

!it; so I came here." "Fools, they were; for they ate the the sunshine for a few days that quicker because

"And still ye will?" said Winnie, so Cattle of the Sun. ,Were they fools, great gray crag in the valley, and immersing
proud of him and humble for herself do you think?" it again in the shadow until it's liquid...

that tears came to Agnes' eyes. "What were' the Cattle of the Sun?" another twelvemonth was turned. One akdrJuwlved"

"Whist I"! Winnie whispered again. Agnes asked. "Days?" x new, reckoned year to add to the uncountable *

"He was born beyant us all. Far, far Great Names of the CityDroppedin "Days. They devoured the days- ages of eternal Time.

beyant most men. Scarcely thirty he Dishonor. the Cattle of the Herder of the Heav- Agnes shivered a little.

f>stands now, a single score and ten; ens-without counting them." "Cold?" He clasped her closer. Study Them
closed his
lawbooks. One last momenthe
and men twice his years-the great "Must we count them?" "Have we been mad, Cathal? Are Good pictures reveal unsus-
men of Chicago-send for him In their hesitated; he pressed his buzzer. "You don't want to, either." we all Insane in the cities?" pected beauty and truth.

need. And they lay their throubleson "Ask Mr. ParrY he said to his sec- "I can't bear to I I can't bear to "Here," he said, "it seems so. But

him. Well, as a lad he was like retary, "if he can step in here.". Then: know when this must come to an you and I are going back."

that; he wud see to us all. Small as "Jim, I'm" going away x for a couple of end." "Not before we must! Oh, why do When HEADACHE '

i',, he was, he wud see to us alL Niver weeks. "It will never come to an end, Ag- we ever leave here?"
Q "Now?" said Jim. "On what ?" Is Due To ConstipationOften
case
fear he will fail to see to "
ye. nes, what's between us. He looked down at her. "All my
t, ., "Oh, I know him, too !" Agnes cried. "No case," said Cathal. "But It's "No; but you must go back to the life, I'll remember how you said that! one of the first-felt effectsof
3' two weeks before I have myself to be constipation Is a headache. Takea
"Not yet, said Winnie
proudly. people that need you. So many peo- And a thousand, thousand other-
f.' "Not yet the half of him! Not yet in court. You can carry on for me ple that so desperately need you What magic you've made of my dose' or two of purely vegetable
r neither how strong nor how tinder he till then, can't you? You see, Jim, I Black-Draught!
And you're so young-so young! She days!
hope-I hope to be married. That's the sensible wayrelievethe
t: can be! Once-sit down, Miss Glen- caught his hand and kissed it; so he "You think I have? It seems to me the refresh-

J .'',. eith; sit down. Let me tell ye-" North from the city, he drove; and caught her to him; and for several you've done it all.' I've merely moved, Ing relief constipation.which thousands Enjoy of people

;: :. Far away, a school bell beat; and no doubts dragged upon him. He moments both of them forgot about Cathal, into your kingdom." have reported from the use of Black-

1 r'; .., for the first time, it meant nothing to drove, pilfering his dreams for a prac- the Cattle of the Sun. Then he said, "Mine?" he said. "Mine?" Draught. Sold in 25 cent packages.BLACKDRAUGHT.

Winnie; and Agnes heard nothing else tical plan of that which Agnes and he defiantly: "We won't count them, "With your words, that night, you

?" nt all. So the back gate had swung, -Agnes and hel-might! do. either. We'll throw away the cal- made its walls!l"

and the children trooped into the He never gained her door; for she endar and never mark the days." (TO BE CONTINUED)
kitchen before Winnie rememberedthem. awaited him by the road just within A GOOD LAXATIVE

'the gates.It .

; The cakes that day were never<: was dark. Clouds floated below Doctor Gets Queer Hauls "Fishing"for

'.:, baked; for Winnie bad left them In the moon, clouds not of storm but of
300 Kitchenette
r batter; but there was the hot fresh concealment; but In the dark he saw Foreign Substances in Patients

bread to cut and butter and hand her white figure before he pointed to- Apartments

about with the mugs of cold milk. So ward her. He switched off his lights e0e'r
the child is sleeping, dozing,
"Fishing in Food and Air Passages"is When
Winnie O' Iara did that this day with and stepped down. She said no word; 200 Hotel RoomsRATES
the doctor who Is running jumping, laughing, crying or
the duty of con- ,
-:: Agnes Gleneith ,helping her. nor did he. He grasped her hands, n aa,4
; fronted by a patient suffering from a sobbing, it is extremely dangerous to ,,.O p ehaaoisa
'
speaking then her name; but his
1r4'I
accident In the throat. have In the mouth any substance that
( body
foreign $250
: At five o'clock that afternoon the breath went from him: and she whispered V
haul is made when be swallowed or inhaled. Care- UP
<' Many a strange may
.. reception clerk at Cathal's office there In the dark of the lawn,
the angles for foreign bodies. lessness !in activities of this kind has
looked across his desk at a slight, clinging to him: "You're hereyou'rehere physician
':,', .straight, white-haired little woman in I"He Safety-pins, common pins, coins, jewelry caused many foreign body accidents.In At the Edge of the Gold Coast t
,' hardware foods bones cake-candle older persons, hasty eating with
black-silk dress, new black bonnet released her ,
and so that she could for O Walking distance to the loop
gray gloves."I lead him toward the lake. They descended holders and even a cap from a catsup' little mastication produces many and theatrical district and yet far

': .... wud see," she announced stead cautioning each other of the bottle have been among the items In eign body accidents. Even though the enough away for quiet comfort.

:,-', ily, "Mr.: Cathal O'Mara. Point me his steps, to the shore; and no one else the physician's catch. butcher is careless in breaking a bone Gymnasium and Hand Ball Court
,: door, and I'll throuble ye no more. was near. Drs. Chevalier Jackson and ChevalierL. and the housewife is careless in pre- Free to Our Guests

'!, Faith, now meself I see It." And No lightning threatened tonight. Jackson in Hygeia emphasize the paring food, no one should swallowfoo Ample Parking Space

".;, forthwith she strode to it and opened' The lake lay calm. Ripples ran up on point that children get foreign bodies so rapidly that the object is not Modern Welcome Grill the Open Out 24 of Hours Town DallyWo Guest

It. the beach, which sighed as the sand into their throats through imitating old- detected In the mouth..

"Winnie!I" cried Cathal, rising. released the wavelets and let them er persons. It is only natural for chil- The I ROYDOn
.' "What's happened?" retreat over tiny shifting shells and dren to put coins in between their teeth Origin of Expression
;' She faced him fair and told him. stones. if mother does so or to keep safetyp The expression, fits you to a T, Is Corner Rush and Ontario Street

"I had a caller today, Cathal. Agnes "Dare you do it? Dare you?" : !n their mouths while dressing probably an allusion to a mechanIc's CHICAGOWALTER
Gleneith come to see me over ye!" "What dolls 'f mother dresses the children In T-sfiiare by which accuracy in making Manager G. RIDDLE DtlatearftnO Tttfphant

Cathal could not bring himself back J He swept her up In his arms. "The like manner. angles is secured.





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I Faults and Virtues Foreign Words


OUR COMIC SECTION WE MAY, if we choose, and PhrasesA .

the worst of one an- priori. (L.) From what is before -
other. Everyone has his weak ; from cause to effect.
points; everyone has his faults; Bon mot. (F.) A witticism; a
we may make the worst of
r these. But we may also make pun.Currente calamo (L.) With run-

THE FEATHERHEADS By .w \! Back Home Again the best of one another. By ning or fluent pen; offhand.
loving whatever is lovable in Dum vivimus, vivamus. (L.)
NOWLr1! I'M NOT CsQNNA those around us, love will flow While we live let us enjoy life.
: ill HURRY UP--Yaici ALL RIGHT- SOMITHINQBUy ANVf ZFiJ -- back from them' to us, and life Et tu, Brute! (L.) And thou
SURE po PoKE RKsHT will become
ALL a pleasure insteadof
REMEMBER SoT A also, Brutus! (Caesar's exclama-
WHEN I V/AvjT 101-1 gu1T'IOU QIJD 4 VJE" a pain; and earth will be-
tion his
friend
1 l S FORCHARITV / on seeing Brutus
IT HOMSE FULL OF
[ To G-o YOUR OLD I come like Heaven; and we shall among his assassins.)
, SOMEPLACE IT NoI become not unworthy followersof I
T Feu de joie. (F.) A bonfire or
SAALESA Him whose name is Love.-
t Dean Stanley. firing of guns to express public ;

t tt joy.Malum prohibitum. (L.) A thing
Proverbs are potted wisdom. prohibited by law, although not
I necessarily wrong morally.

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_ III::::i:::?:i: For four years we've seen billions of tax slick radio talks. But the neighbor who smiles ::::;::.1.;:::

:!:::t_: dollars wasted; taxes increasing; foolish theories at you across the fence while he's poisoning ::: :;::

:;:::i:::: tried out on .a depression-ridden nation; i iSo s your dog IS a sorry, treacherous neighbor, after :!::!::::::

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are
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*+"'i""::."*:' .:.:" r '. payment f. millions and ruinously .'.:.'.:::.::=:.a.:

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:::!::!::: at the public expense while truly worthy people .;( ,;:. .:'
:fill_:::::::' begged vainly for help. We know that Landon'. .,;; f), \ *:." LANDON ,; --;,; "j ::::::::
.... measures-but will -I ',
+ : + will carry on proper relief :-<' ':;"i""i'N,1 :1

conduct them wisely and fairly I::: ';
Florida has been
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:t:::*:::J::A.?. So we're voting for Landon! ;; .' Democratic State. So Republican administrations ::!:::::::
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88:i:::::;:::: ; ;, there's no chance to win In Florida. And Democratic ::::::::::

:::::::: play with the welfare of America like boysplaying ::) administrations treat Florida like a stepchild :!::i:::::

II:::::i::!: marbles. ;:,' ,.'; because they're so sure of us. The doubtful :::!::S!:

:::i::;:::!: So we're voting for Landon! .\ :-, ,.:; States get the federal gravy. :!:::::!::
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:::::i;::i:. 'We have had hard-earned: dollars snatched ',... Let Florida once become a doubtful State :::::;::

:::::i:: out of our pockets to pay for these high-jinks. .. '.' and both parties would woo us. Florida would :::::; :

***:;: And we shudder at the tax burden that ;s being "; get some of the federal improvements that are :i::;:::;:

:;::;::;::;:, piled up. .' :::y.. lavished on California and the other doubtfut :;::5:8:: :
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