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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: November 6, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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< JI'OLmlE NUMRER 43 CLEW ISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY: NOVEMBER G,. 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $",00 YEAR J Jm





m fi Dem'ocratic i NomineesWi I In County, State And Nation




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: i STATE TO OPEN BIDS COUNTY VOTE FOR CONTESTED OFFICES 1, Governor-Elect Fred Cone


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: FOR SURFACING OF Precinct Numbers ...._._................_.. 1 2 3 4: 5 T't
Polls Vote
Roosevelt ....... .................................... 2721 1281 185.1 611 651 711 Largest County

: HIGHWAY TO MILL Landon .............................................. 6.41 351 511 421 I 301 221 I! .

Andrews .............................................. 2731 1181 1641 561 72\-683\ I J .

Babcock .............................................. 421 321 381 291 201. 152 Mrs. Prewitt ResignsAs Clewiston Vote Saves

According to news stories appear- Cone ...__...........................:................... 309 1191 1901 701 731 782 Two J

ing in the dally papers last Sunday I Callaway _......................................:.... 37 321 501 291 281 173 Grade Teacher Candidates for

the State Road Department will op-'' Peterson m__........._...........:................ 290L L 1661 1701 I 571 671 700 I

.. en bids en: November 15 for the surfacing Hamner .:............................................ 291 411 I 431 291 261 168 County Office
I Jfrs. W. C. Prewitt handed in her
,I of Pacific Avenue from Road I Graves ................................................ 2391 771 1311 511 491 541

Waver .............................................. 771 951 1241 521 481 396 resignation this week to the county
25 to the sugar house of the Unit-I By a majority of more than threeto

ed States Sugar Corporation here, a I Hedges ..... ........................................ 271 231 511 141 151 130 school board as assistant principaland one President Franklin D. Roose-

mile. Dougherty......................................... 2751 1331 18.41 901 841 766 second grade teacher in the local velt 'jwas endorsed by the voters' of
distance of approximately one
Gravely .............................................. 1781 481 1181 461 381 428 school because of ill health Hendry county for re-election over

If a bid is acccepted and the con- Rider .............1.................................... 921 871 801 381 491 337 I which will not permit her to finish This (Republican opponent Alt M. Lan-
I
tract let at that time construction -- the term. Her place will be taken
Kansas thus in
don, of joining to
1 g) worlt: should be started sometime in I I by Miss Dorothy Craig, of Tarpon I re-elect the President by the great-

December this important piece of who has had thirteen
on Clewiston Springs years
Chamber Of est landslide known in a great many
road. I experience in elementary school I years, an electorial vote of 523 to

V This surfacing was promised by,: I teaching and comes here highly re- 8; every state of the nation wilh two

the road department if the county commended.In I exceptions. The total vote given the

would place the necessary base ma-I I Commerce Organized commenting on Mrs. Prewitt's Democratic electors in Hendry coun-

terial on the road. This was done, resignation, M. E. VonMach, Clewis- ty was 711 while the Republicans

the road designated as a state highway ton member of the school board the unofficial
------- :) received 222 on re-
and preparations made for the -- stated that the board was very reluctant Clewiston Roosevelt 272
turns.
gave !
OFFICERS AND BOARD OF
surfacing.The Kiwanis Hears I to accept Mrs. Prewitt's res-
[ DIRECTORS NAMED AT votes and Landon 64.
new state road follows Pacific 1 ignation after seven years faithful !
FIRST Greater majorities were given to
Avenue to the mill, cuts east from Splendid Address I MEETING and efficient work in the Clewiston
the other Democratic nominees for
there to Hooker's Point bridge across I, school and hoped that she would be II
Realizing the great need for an state office who were opposed by
the Industrial canal and again inter- I again on the educational staff of the
1 II !
I organization to advertise Clewistonand Republican nominees. Fred P. Cone
sects Road 25 at the county line. J. Dingfelder, of Sanford, and a county in the future.
With the exception of the strip be- for dispensing information to received the largest ,county vote and :
all prominent member of the Kiwanis 1 those who are interested in this sec the greatest majority, his lead being !
mill the bridge
tween the and I
of this strip has had a new marl Club of that city was guest speaker I tion, a group of business men met New Signs Point better than four and a half to one

II' Thursday afternoon at the Hall his Republican opponent E. E.
base laid within the past year. The at the regular meeting of the club City over
and perfected the organization of the Out Clewiston RoadIf Callaway with a vote of 782 to 173.
county anticipates work on this strip here on Wednesday night. His talk:
Clewiston Chamber of Commerce. Senator C. O. Andrews was not far
the '
future with
within the near I| was an outline of the talk which he II Mayor F. Deane Duff acted as 1- behind with 683 votes to his oppon- !
j probability that when it is finished !! 'I
visitor to Florida this
made before the Kiwanis Convention I temporary chairman of the meetingand a year ent H.: C. Babcock's 152, a lead of a
the entireroa'd will be surfaced by wishes to drive to Clewiston there I
the state. j{I in Lakeland recentiy which ,was rec- briefly stated the objects of the slightly under four and a half to one. II I
I II will be little excuse for him becom-
ognized 'as one of the best of the proposed organization and asked for Congressman J. Hardin Peterson
The road to the mill, which carries :
i ing confused in roads for the Unit-
I I more traffic than any road in many good talks made at that time. expressions of opinion from the ed States Sugar Corporation has was given a four to one lead with a I

. ,the county with the exception ,of road Mr. Dingfelder is a German by business men 'present. Nearly every- been at. work this'week placing neat vote of 700 to 168 for B. L. Hamner, I
i birth and lived in that country un- one expressed themselves and all his opponent.
25, has been badly in need of surfacing | I markers along the principal high- f
for several years and the news til after the World War, being decorated favorably and it was an enthusiastic I,ways of south Florida as guides. County races were much closer i

that it is soon to be done is welcomed with ,the iron cross for ,dis- group which signed up as charter I: These markers, made of cast iron and in two of these where Republican )
by Clewiston residents. i tinguished service for his countryI members of the organization and candidates sought to win from
I are a silhouette of the sugar house
@ I I that conflict. He had always been I I proceeded with the election of officers -. the Democratic nominees the Clew-
in miniature and just below are the
Officers Elected For I la worker with young people and after and a board of directors. 'i I iston vote was all that swung the
words "The Road to Clewiston"
I I[ his immigration to America he I I A charter drawn_ up in. ,form .approved i These marker: 'are about six feet balance- in favor of the Democrats.S .
County And State was naturalized and became a great 1 by the State Chamber of I i : A. 'Graves,' Democratic, nominee '
i above the ground on an iron rod and
worker with the Boy Scouts and all I!I Commerce and its legality confirmed I for county superintendent of schoolswas
1' to further insure their remaining in
other worthwhile movements. In ;,by Circuit Judge Geo. W. W'hitehurst trailing by eleven votes in the
I place are imbedded in a large slab
Florida officials elected by a recognition of his service the Am- was approved after which the, following -'of' concrete. remainder of the county when the-

Democratic landslide vote on Tues- erican Legion of Sanford voted him members were elected Clewiston precinct came in with a
Permission was secured from the
day are as follows: i: in as, an honorary member of that serve on the board of directors: R.I I road department to place these majority of 162 votes in his favor

U S. Senator Cj O. Andrews.U. i I post. I Y.. Patterson, F. Deane Duff, D. G'I i markers inside the road rightofway over his opponent, Dr, C. E. Weaver

S. Senator Claude, Pepper.. I I His committee work in the Sanford Alston, E. E. Kelley and J. E. of LaBelle. L. O. Gravely trailed his
have been
and already they plac-
Governor Fred P. Cone. Kiwanis club has been so note Beardsley.The independent opponent H., A. Rider
ed the length o'f Road 25 from Fort
Congressman J. Hardin Peterson. worthy that he, was appointed as I following officers were elect- "and by four votes in the other four pre-
Myers to West Palm on
Secretary of State R. A. Gray chairman of the state work for ed: D. G. Alston, President; E. L. Beach cincts xof the county but Clewiston
other principal highways with the
Attorney General Cary D. Landis. Florida and the Kiwanis International -j i Stewart, Vice-president; C. L. gave him more than eighty votes majority -
probability that they will .be erectedat
Comptroller J. M. Lee. has honored him by making him, Downs, Treasurer; J. E. Beardsley, I for election as county attorn-
strategic positions on' practically
TreasurerW'. V. Knott. 1 chairman of several southern states. Secretary. ey. The other Republican nominee,
I every road in the southern part of
Supt; Public' Instruction Colin En- The general theme of his talk was Membership dues were set at the state.R. R. V. Hedges, running for tax col-

glish. that there should be a close unity five, dollars for firm or, individual lector against Frank Dougherty failed -
Y. Patterson has charge of the
Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan between the Kiwanis Clubs and the annually and it is anticipated that to carry a single precinct and was
erection of the markers.
Mayo. churches in the community. Amonghis virtually every business man in town I defeated by more than five to one,
.
I Supreme Court Justices Glenn Ter- suggestions was that the club when he realizes the tremendous the count being 766 to 130.

rell and J. B. Whitfield. should attend church services at good which the organization may ac-'I Slots Voted Out I F. L. Dunaway, running inde-

I Railroad Commissioner W. B. some church in a body occasionally complish will make application for pendent against E. B. Hull for county -

Douglas. i and make these visits to every membership. By Large MajorityBy 1 commissioner in District No. 5 1

District and County Officials: f I church in the community regardless Following the meeting the boardof made a very poor showing, polling

County Representative!, E. L. Stew-' of denomination. He stressed directors met and made plans a decisive vote in every pre- only 58 votes to 510 for his oppon-

art. the great importance of cooperationwith for the printing of stationery and a cinct Hendry county residents ent. Clewiston failed to give him a

County Judge W. T. Maddox. 'I the churches and how both organizations small pamphlet to be circulated as ed to dispense with licensed decid-I machines [ single vote.Candidates. .

Sheriff H. L. Delaney. could be benefited by it. an advertisement for the city and in the future by voting 414 I without oppositionwere

\i) Clerk of Court Wm. T. Hull. I Every member enjoyed the talk in answer to Inquiries. No great am- to 179 for the revocation of the law:I given a splendid vote of confidence -
Tax Assessor Dennis Small. much and at its conclusion Dr. bat I 1 I name
very ount of expensive publicity can passed by the 1935 session of the and while there was a
Tax Collector Frank Dougherty. j I D. J. Williams, program chairman carried on with. the limited funds ; Legislature which legalized the ma-,1 written in occasionally on a ballot

County Attorney L., O. Gravely. :Viand pastor of the Community Church at hand during the first year but everything chines. 'This was a local option referendum -i''no one received enough \votes to be

Superintendent of Public Instruc gave a short talk of appreciation for possible will be done. but counted.
nearly every county
tion S. A. Graves. { the remarks made by the visiting Meetings of the organization will i '
in the state voted on it with only I
County Commissioners: D. G. Kiwanian. be held at the call of the president.
II two, so far, favoring retention of Bean Prices Fall Due
Alston, Herbert O'Bannon, Mark
Those joining as charter memberswere
the machines, Okeechobee and Fl
Poole, Alto Hires and E. B. Hull. New Organ InstalledAt : F. D. Duff, J. E.: Beardsley ler. g-I To Increased Yield''
School Board Members: Mrs. ,
J. J. Harrington, Peter Chagaris, D. The machines which are now ,
Homer Taylor, Roy Messer and M. St. Margaret's G. Alston, R. Y. Patterson, H. H. censed will be allowed to operatefor

E. VonMach. Turner, C. L. Downs, Marion F. Ley- the term of the license, until the Wih a substantial increase in the

Constable Geo. Hines. dig, J. F. Tippey, B. J. Schroeder, J. first of October, 1937. carlot shipments of string beans

Justice of Peace W.. XS. Bowdoa. I Through the generosity of parishioners W. Moran, R. M. Bishop, A. W. from Florida this week and the

I and citizens of the communIity renee E. E. Kelly, T. B. Shelley, J.I, greater percentage of them from
Auto Mechanic Is
Storm Sewers To a new Estey Gothic organ with I A. McGehee, F. M. Wright and I Ii i I the Okeechqbee farming area the

I seventeen stops, electric blowing ap- iL. Stewart. price of the fruit dropped considerably -
I
Victim of Accident
:," Be Laid Soon paratus and finished in beautifuli : and the first of the week thef.

i i I walnut has been installed at St. Two AmendmentsWin I I I o. b. prices quoted by buyers a-

[Margaret's Catholic church. mechanic at I, lake ranged from sixty
---- :Morris Waldron, auto .. round the
Several hundred joints of storm | Since music is an integral part of I Out Easily the government warehouse here was I cents to $1.00 with few top Eluality

I sewer pipe have been received, hereby the liturgy and services of the the victim of a peculiar accident beans available.

the city and have been placed in !'church it is hoped that it will he of I I Tuesday! which came near being ser-I Because of the tremendous acre-

'I the parkway along Royal Palm Avenue particular help In developing the The amendments to the Florida ious. age planted in beans this fall it is

and within a short time work junior choir recently established, I I constitution voted upon last Tuesday He was changing a tire, which I estimated that the price will remain

will be started on placing the pipe and the adult choir, now in process ,' passed with big majorities in every necessitated the use of a hammer somewhat lower this year than in

I < on the existing ditches along either I jof formation. I'I precinct, the largest vote going and chisel when a piece of the chisel I previous years unless something

side of the street from the bridgeat i A beautiful donation of an almost to the social security amendment chipped off by a blow of the ham- happens to cut down on shipments.

the north end to the Community. life-size body of Christ on the Cross I which passed by a vote of 452 to mer was driven with tremendous Cabbage is regarded as the money

Church'on the south end. was recently made St. Margaret's :, 52. 'The Key West amendment passed force into the tissues just above crop for the winter and it was reported -

Mayor F. Deane Duff stated this church by Mrs. Mary Mayes Davis of': by a total vote of 244 to 38. the collar bone at the throat.Dr. that a cabbage grower on the

;; week that it was hoped'' that the LaBelle. It is erected in the vestibuleof I I I Most of the interest centered in O. F. Schiffll examined him East shore had turned down a con-

': work of laying the pipe could be finished the church with a prie-Dieu attached -.: the social security amendment which a few minutes later and stated that I I tract offer of one dollar a hamperfor

''" V by the end of December. It is and is most impressive and j| paves the way for the legislature to the steel had lodged too close to his cabbage which will be cut

: planned to place the pipe in the realistic. Later on it is hoped to pass; at the next session, a law which the trachea for him to attempt its I around the latter part of December

';':, ditches and level off the ground over transform that section of the vestibule -I' will enable Florida to match fed- removal. He was then taken to the or the first of January.: This grower

;,,; them as has been done on one or i, into a shrine with, the Crucifix i i I eral funds for the payment of old Public Health Clinic in Miami has made quite a study of the .cab-

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1936


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...' r 1YoAf hold @ BRISBANE News Review of Current A Narrow Window .. ( '/! '1, ,

NARROW window let
may

t"i' : @ Q1fefIA2gJ j THIS WEEK Events the World Over Atiny A in star light dispel, the gloom of 4 e

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night, I
fe:; A ,stick of wax and a brush of A little deed a mighty wrong \
< oil will do much to take the curse 24,720 Miles in 18 Days set right.A .
Dictator Stalin Foresees Another
,-i. off furniture scratches. The wax Some Ladies' Hats European WarSpanishRebels rose, abloom may make a I

f, ,will fill in the scars and the oil Gen. Butler's Peace Plan Nearing l\iadrid-Simpson Affair May desert fair, I

will darken the wax. 12 Ladies Good and TrueH. A single cloud may darken all
Lead to King Edward's Abdication. the air,
When buying sheets always allow R. Ekins, first-class news- A spark may kindle ruin and
(
paper man, has gone around the '
each despair.
at least 10 inches on
EDWARD W.
globe. by air-. / By PICKARD A smile, and there be
side and top and bottom, as the. ------- may an
bed will never stay neat with tti zsvw r plane, covering Western Newspaper Union. end to strife;

:, too short. 24,720 miles in 18 to A look of love, and hate
sheets that are EUROPE'S situation according ator Truman H. Newberry. As a may
days, 14 hours,
observers, is settling senator he frequently disregardedparty sheathe the knife;

.. Candied ginger, diced and com- y f r'TH 56 minutes.trip seemswonderfully Sucha down to a fight to the finish be- lines, and since the electionof A word-ah, it may be a wordof

bined with chilled fruits makes a fast tween Communism and Fascism, President Roosevelt he had sup- .Hfe.

tasty cocktail. now. Soon it will and the several nations ported many New Deal measures. Florence Earle Coats.

Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. wonderfully are lining up Before the recent primary he an-,
seem -
slow. Air progress ?f accordingly. Josef i nounced that, though a candidate''
Stalin, Soviet dicta- for renomination as Republican
a ,
": Varnish Applied by Hand cause is it rapid was done Be- E G: ;,...:, tor, is said to be he intended to support Mr. Roose- Quick Stitchery for

Varnish, practically as it is scientifically, by .J convinced that an- velt for re-election. This was an

known today except that no machinery, the other great war is act of political suicide, and he was the

thinning agent ,vas employed eighteen day at hand and that defeated by Wilber M. Brucker. "Artist"i,

was made in the Eleventh centuryby trio seems' less ':;: <;1 Russia must act Senator Couzens was noted for his

a monk called Theophilus Pres- romantic than .l$ :j promptly to take great contributions to charity. The i
1" '- byter. This varnish was applied Arthur Brisbane the Nelly Ely fiJ' : : > ') what he considersher chief of these was the gift of prob

;..' hot and smeared on with the.fin seventy-odd day trip that beat JulesVerne's :/ proper- part in7sTsr'Tr4 ably $20,000,000 for the help of unfortunate -

S.- gers. There were, of course, no "Around the World in the conflict. The children. He establishedthe r

. brushes available in those days. Eighty Days." Nelly Bly, clever civil war in Spain Children's Fund of Michiganwith
;;' and the developments therefrom an endowment of ,,0
: ". newspaper woman knew how to $10,000,000. --,, --I:
make it interesting, going out of are providing the, fuel for startingthe

her way to travel by elephant, fire. Russia repeats her accusa- p EACE within the ranks of the a Y

1 1 was'run.down ., camel, jinrickshas etc. Flying tions against Germany and Italyof American Federation of Labor i r
giving aid to the Spanish rebels; has not been '
achieved for
around the world osts about $5,000. yet the
the Fascist governments deny the executive council of that body ad-
0 looked pale lackeda charges and make countercharges
journed without
keen appetite felt tired Some day some woman, let us against Moscow; the Soviet govern- between the Green settling the dispute
and Lewis fac-
k -- was underweight. hope, will balance her fashion ment appears to be on the point of tions. The council will meet again
budget, decide just what she wantsto quitting the committee for noninter- Pattern 1212Herets
+ November 14 in and
t "What did I do? Tampa, two
wear, and then wear it, as men vention in Spain and sending war
days later the federation will a famous painting-"The.
"TITY intuition told me I needed atonic. have done, but the day is far away. munitions to the hard pressed radi- its annual convention in that Florida open Angelus," to reproduce in quick
1VA- I happy These of the hats from cal at Madrid.
:; Naturally, am are some government
city. If there are developments stitchery. You've no idea what a
and grateful for the benefits S.S.S. which your wife, daughter, sister Dispatches from Moscow said
meanwhile, the council or federa- charming picture will result as.
Tonic brought me. will choose this season: Stalin had been informed by his
tion may discuss the quarrel) according you stitch away in wool or ropesilk
You, too, will be delighted with, the Hats shaped like East Indian war military advisers that as few as 100 to President Green. He but you're assured a speedy
way S.S.S. Tonic whets up the appetite shields; hats heavy in gold embroidery planes could settle the Spanish war
said: "The matter is temporarilyclosed finish due to the plain background.So .
.improves digestion. .restores flat pillbox turbans, gold in favor of the government and "
;
red-blood-cells to a healthier and and added that so far as send for your pattern today
richer condition. Feel and look like Braided; Russian style hats off the that Russia could send them almost he knew, no peace overtures had and get started on this fascinating -

-' your old self again by taking the I face, with tall tiara, fronts; hats of immediately. The Russians already been made by the CIO leaders. Mr. piece of needlework. You'll
and
of food
4 famous S.S.S. Tonic treatment to rebuild Persian lamb and embroidered felt; have sent.five shiploads Green declared the ten suspended want to frame it, when it's fin

.- your blood strength. restore small toques, dipped down front and clothing to Spain, these'supplies unions could not be admitted to the ished.

'' your appetite..and make better use back, covered with soft feathers, having been bought by subscriptionsfrom convention. Pattern 1212 contains a transfer

of the food you eat.S.S.S. "the military touch predominating. Russian workers. pattern of a picture 13% by 16

'r Tonic is especially designed ." Should Stalin decide to come out scandal and gossip haveno inches;. a color chart and key;

r to build sturdy health. ..its remark Why, do you suppose, do women openly in aid of the leftist govern- MERE proper place in this 'department material requirements; illustrations
able value is time tried and scientifically : take so much trouble to spoil faces ment of Spain the Nazis and Fas- but the "affaire Simpson of all stitches needed.
-
proven..that's why it makes and heads naturally beautiful? It cists may be counted on to redouble ," as the French would term it, Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
Available
feel like
};; you yourself again. cannot all be the fault of hat- their already existing cam- has progressed until] (coins preferred) for .this pattern
at drug store. S.S.S.Co.Doubt
any and
Communism
makers. paign against it assumes world to The Sewing Circle Needlecraft

many nations would soon be in- importance. As ar- Dept, 82 Eighth Ave.,. New York,
Gen. Smedley D. Butler, retired volved in the quarrel, with possi- rangements are be- N. Y.

fighting major general of the United bilities that terrify thinking personsthe ing made for the Write plainly pattern number, '

States marines, asks the Women's world over.Klementi quiet and uncontested your name and address.

Christian Temperance union to Voroshilov, Soviet com- divorce of Mrs.

L start a campaign against drunken missar for defense, didn't allay the "Wally" Simpson,

automobile drivers and also help alarm any when he said in a formal American friend oJ

peace by working for a constitutional statement: King Edward VIII of

amendment. forbidding the "The Soviet Union is prepared to England, it is ru- 1

". President or congress to send troopsout meet the enemy anywhere he nx k q1 mored.in.London so- 7 a
of the country. chooses to taste the force of our King clety" circles mat me ,
" You cannot change men by leg- arms. Edward bachelor monarchwill

J:e:::, islation, as was discovered in our "We are ready with man-power, abdicate in favor of his brother, apudine

prohibition mistake; you must equipment, training and resources." the Duke of York and marry the G

ft. ,.... change the men from the inside. attractive woman who has sharedso J believe

''I LOSER co-operation between much of his time in recent ;_ U

3 S' h. r S For the first time in history, New C Germany and Italy in the fighton months. In support of this rumoris nEURAlGIC PAIR

V. I Jersey, selecting a jury all women, Communism was assured by an the reported fact that plans are

r:. has surprised some, annoyed others. arrangement for "institutes" in Ber- being made for renting the farmsof rpdceIlbecmt1e.littaid. .
Why? For ages women have been Italo-German the Sandringham estate in Nor-
I lin and Rome for
, .. I judged and sentenced by individualmen youth leadership, in which the Hit- folk, which is the king's private Jl ...
itf or groups of men. They' have ler Youth organization and Mussoli- property. Also, there is a story
t been ducked, branded with hot that this estate may be sold to the ALREADY DISSOLVEDSacrifice
ni's Balilla, a Fascist youth body,
; irons, put in the stocks, beheaded, are to unite. Baldur von Schirach, Aga Khan, the immensely wealthy I
,., hanged, burned alive.Is spiritual head of the Ismaili sect
" Nazi youth leader, so announced to
f there injustice in turning the in Berlin.In of Mohammedanism.Should .
a great gathering
and Fear thing around for a change; at leastno Edward give up the throne, to Wir .
He who has conquered doubt twelve women would burn or the Berlin institute Italian it would eventually be occupied by .You cannot win a battle without.
leaders will be educated in
: and fear has conquered failure.- duck anybody. youth Princess Elizabeth, eldest daughterof sacrifice.
conditions and achievements under
James Allen. the Duke of York, and this suc- '
\ Lloyd's, British insurance con- the Nazi state. In Rome, Nazi cession would be decidedly popular
cern will insure youth leaders will learn what IiDuce'sFascists K ll RATS TODAY!
you against anything with the people of England. The
: have done for their
if it
J happening, "guesses"that abdicating king might-revert to the

t:. For it will not happen; it usually country. Neither institute will at- dukedom of Cornwall, which pro- Health officers :t
Hbfexy tempt to imitate the other Schi- urge
guesses correctly. It refuses to in- vides a net income of about 350000. the killing

f o' Head Colds .sure against war striking England, rach said. of RATS,MICE.COCKROACHES.

although until lately the charge for reports of Presiden- ,
TRY THIS that insurance was only one-fifth of. GENERAL FRANCO, head of the pERSONAL presidential candi- WATERBUGSPASTE

one per cent; 200 pounds for 100,000 insurgents, ordered the
dates made public by the senate
ELECTRIC
+ pounds insurance. immediate taking of Madrid and
DROP campaign expenditures committee,
,: Somebody in Lloyd's possesses in- each day the state of the defendersof
show that President Roosevelt gavea
piWDaOPS telligence. That big organizationdoes the capital became more desperate. -
$500 contribution, to the Demo- Recognized for 58 years as the guaranteed killerof
not like to think of war with. The rebels closed in relent- these food-destroying diseaseormnzpests. :
committee of Dutchess
3 airplanes added.Newsfromthe lessly, making effective use of cratic county Ask your dealer. Money back if it Tails.
r county New York, his home, and
a25c.5O BOXES $1.00
bombing planes and armored tanks. TUBES 35c-LARGE
r had spent $10 for postage. Vice
East interests Amer- President Manuel Azana and
PEN ETRO
$1. President John N. Garner reportedthat
! BOTTLES NOSE DROPS icans:. they might have to pay the 'some of his cabinet ministers
,..,... he had received no contribu-
a -
bill. Japan and Russia, supposed slipped out of Madrid and appearedin SMALL '
tions and made no expenditures.The .
recently to be on the verge of war, Barcelona. Ostensibly they were cSIZE/ s\tAio'arecosnlzcd |

are said, to have an understandingabout making a tour of the loyalist,fronts, Republican candidates, Gov.
OLD VIOLINS WANTED-Any Make things in the east that would but the general opinion was that Alf M. Landon and Col. Frank Knox, 9

150.000 for a 8tra.dlTartug.more than 200 other famous involve depriving the British of prof- they had fled from the capital to reported they had had no personal i
makes sell for tl.OUOnp to f2Q.UOO. Learn the since
value of your old violin before .llinrlt.!:lend 250 itable locations and rights. This does make a "last stand" in Catalonia, receipts nor expenditures C
In coin for chart, names and prices. If you own not nomination, their campaigns being QgAA
please Britain but is radical.
that is the which province always
an old violin this may be worth fortune to you. Remedy for Rheumatic
national
FEDERAL VIOLIN BUREAU IIACERSTOWN MD. business of Japan, Russia and Eng- Anyhow, Azana took over an officein financed by the Republican and Neuritis suffcren. A perfect Blood
land. the Catalan parliament building committee.In Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and
for himself and his secretarial staff. : getting the nomination Landon Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.

Interesting flying item: Russia or- Senora Azana has quit Spain. She received $163,480 and spent $164,572. Always Effective Why suffer?

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT ders in Baltimore a passenger "clip- appeared in Toulouse, France, and Knox reported personally receiving

per" plane, to cost $1,000,000 and departed for an unannounced des- $35,754 and spending $35,557 before --._- -
carry forty-four passengers, besidesa tination. nomination, and the Knox for Presi-

crew of six. dent committee received $133,818and +r FOR ,

The plane, very fast, can go 4,000 JAMES COUZENS, independent spent $143,259. IffN7
miles without taking on fuel, a senator from Mich- Norman Thomas, Socialist can- (/lAUfO

range that would bring it across the igan, died in a Detroit hospital ,aftera didate reported his party had collected s
POULTRY long illness and immediately $5,614 and spent $6,504 to
Atlantic nicely, if it ever wantedto jatawainawi
'following an operation to reliever date.
come back with a load of.
explosives instead of uremic poisoning. He was sixty-four John Zahn, National Greenback SAMPLE getCuticura- ,
-- \ CHICKS-Sc UP. All Varieties Lay- passengers. candidate reported he had
\ Iner and Meat Strain Sexed Pullets years old. party wife
(- V.\ and lines Broiler and baby Cockerels-Also Turkeys. Hatching l>uck- I England and France no longer Mr. Couzens was one of the received $1 and spent $2.50 towardhis .C tlcurn" SOOTHES FAST
J TT7 -'/ Eggs Shipped Anywhere. Custom wealthiest in his election.At Dcpt. 31Molden
men congress,
Hatching. I>EAI/ERS!: WANTED fcvEBYWHME.HEIDEL guarantee any protection for Bel- HELPS HEAL
riches being a result of early association the same time the American Mass.
HATCHERIES.3940 N.Market St.Louis,Mo. gium in case of war, so the new
King, Leopold, says all alliances are ,I with Henry Ford in the Liberty league, nonpartisan, voluntarily -
off, with France automobile business. He was twice submitted a financial report.
England and
LOOK QUICK! $35.00 WEEKLY SALARYTo everybody else. elected mayor of Detroit and was The report showed that the organ 1

MAN or WOMAN-wlth Anal sell EGG e Klnr Features Syndicate, Inc. appointed to the senate in 1922 to ization had received $419,282 since

EUREKA PRODUCERtoFanuers.MFO.CO., Dept. 6 Six, East Months St. Louis Contract., III. WNU Serrtc i fill out the unexpired term of Sen- January 1, and spent $461,851, Sffi ,





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-------... ......-...---- The Greatest Man Two Impressions of Foreign Words
What Luck the Lady ,IMPROVED the Loveliest ThingsA and Phrases A
t
t Did Not Have QuinsyIt UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL THE greatest min is he who /
the with the school teacher ';
right this
put
I. ques- Amor patriae. (L.:) Love f
0
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| most invincible resolution; who tion to a group of children: "Whatare .
It the evening of an Interesting SUNDAY country. "
was
:
Lesson resists the sorest temptationfrom the loveliest things you know,
and the Contra bonos L) Contrary
family event, mas- within and without; who persons not counted?" mores. ( :- (
ter of the house, who hoped it to the moral law.
:By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. I bears the heaviest burdens Here is the list of one girl: The i
L.
Dirigo I
been ( ) dircet or guide.
had
would be a son, pacingthe Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof who is calmest in
cheerfully
floor, anxiously awaiting thedoctor. Chicago. ; scrunch of dry leaves underfoot, (The motto of Maine.) j
>Western Newspaper Union. storms, and most fearless un-
the feel of clean clothes '
When the physician en- I climbingup En fin. (F.) At the end; finally. ; )
der and frowns whose
menaces ,
tered the room the father seized hill and looking down, hot water Functis officio. (L.) Having fulfilled -
reliance truth and virtue "
i{ him by the arm and demanded: Lesson for November 8 and God,on is most, unfaltering., bottle in bed. his office; out of office. 1 1

)t;. "Is it a boy or a. girl?" -William Ellery Channing.A Here is one boy's list: The feel Genius loci. (L.) The genius of :7 i

I "Tr-tr-tr-" gasped the 'doc- THE CHRISTIAN WARFARE of running, looking into deep clear the place; the guardian spirit.. '.\

tor, who stuttered rather badly. water, a swallow flying, water be- Malum in se. (L.) A thing evil .'
"Triplets!" LESSON TEXT Acts 19:8-12. 18.20; man may be wrecked as is ing cut at the bow of a boat, an in itself, inherently wrong. 'i
"Qu-qu-qu" stammered the Ephesians 61320.: a ship. Conscience is an anchor. express train rushing, a builder'scrane
Lord, Obiter dictum. (L.) A remark in : :
GOLDEN 'TEXT-Be strong in the '
Terrible
it is but true that
lifting something heavy the
doctor. ,
and in the power of his might. Eph. 6:10. passing; such part of a judge's "
"Quadruplets! Man alive! Whatis PRIMARY TOPIC-When Paul Preachedin like the anchor conscience may mounted policeman's horse, the opinion as is aside from or be- :'

it you say!" JUNIOR a Schoolhouse.TOPIC-In a Schoolhouse ,in be carried away. feel of a dive, a thrush singing.- yond the point at issue, and there '

"No-n-no. Tr-tr-try to take it Ephesus. .. Stanley High. fore not binding as a precedent. }
i :: qu-qu-quietly. It's a girl." INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR' TOPIC
L 'c -Weapons of the Christian Soldier.
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I : YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC I.I
-The Gospel Facing the Forces of Evil. I IaVo
The Lincoln HighwayThe 4 1; 1Kyl:

Lincoln highway begins in War, war! The whole world is

the east in New York City, and war-conscious in our day. Nationsare 1 w I "1L

passes through Newark, N. J.; watching one another with suspicion a '.I'

Philadelphia, York, Gettysburg, and in the meantime arming ', '
themselves for conflict. Hatred and Ltd
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Bedford, Pittsburgh and Beaver, :< > !Nt '1
Pa., to Ohio. In Ohio it goes suspicion are rife, and as long as 0 ?
sin rules the hearts of men we longin J.MrX"t
2J I4
through Lisbon, Canton, Wooster,
vain for which cannot
,
Ashland, Mansfield, Crestline, Bu- peace
until that when the Princeof
come day 4Lr
: \ cyrus, Upper Sandusky, Delphos,
Peace himself shall reign.
V1J and Van Wert. J
Yet Christian hopes and
every !
Its route from there is through
works for the peaceful solution of '
Fort Wayne, Ligonier, Elkhart, !
the nations' problems. Right
South Bend and Valparaiso, Ind.; Egg Milady
thinking men do not want war between Vitamin B in Quaker Oats Promotes
.;.. Chicago Heights and Joliet, Ill.; Good I
the peoples of the earth. But Red pimientos stuffed with three It
(. Clinton, Cedar Rapids and Grand : Appetite, Healthy Nerves and System
there is one warfare that we do eggs beaten slightly; add % pint t t
Junction, Iowa; Omaha, Kearney
seek to foster and promote. We double cream. Season with Doctors warn against a shortage of Vitamin B la diets .,
and North Platte, Neb.; Cheyenne sF of cither youngsters or adults. I
;, and Rawlins, Wyo.:; Ogden and encourage it, and as': Christians cayenne and salt. Put pimientointo S So give the whole family a Quaker Oats breakfast every t
Salt Lake City Utah Ely Austin make a holy resolve to battle to mold previousuly buttered. !: day.It supplies plenty of the wonderful 3-purpose Vitamin : k
; '
the end. That is the warfare against: Pour this mixture into sound red gr + to combat nervousness, constipation, and poor appetite
} and Reno, Nev., and Sacramento, Satan and his hosts. 'As long as he due to lack of Vitamin B. ", !! I
and fill with water
Stockton, Oakland, Cal., to Frisco. pimiento a pan Order a package of Quaker Oats by name from your
in the hearts of and sin :
rues men, three-quarters the height of mold. : 1 iI r Grocer today. + !
i' and wickedness are here, we say,
l- Bake in moderate oven for fifteen ht.Leu ,
"Fight on, my soul. .R
:' Clean System Christian life and service are pre- minutes. Unmold on crouton pieceof ,I"'

}: Clear Skin sented in Scripture as a fight, and round toast which is covered ;

; You must be free from constipation we do well to learn the methodsand with pate de' fois gras and serve

to have a good, clear complex- the weapons of this great spirit- with Newburgh sauce poured over

Jon. If not eliminated, the wastes ual conflict, not stressing a belligerent this. Piece of black truffle on top. Read Our Advertisements
I of digestion produce poisons and the note of strife against one an- -WNU Service. ;
skin must do more than its share in other, and particularly not betweenthe :

helping to get rid of them. divisions of God's army in the
So for a clear healthy skin, remember
the Importance of bowel earth, but standing shoulder to .. ,
regularity. At !;!t;:::: :x
the first sign of constipation, take Black- shoulder in the battle against the .
Draught-the purely vegetable laxative. 'il
It brings such refreshing relief, and tends Evil One. Ii
to leave the bowels acting regularly until Our lesson of 4x4 .
i some future disturbance Interferes. presents a picture '. .. ... ...:.. r......r, .......r,0.: .:....s:..., .v. n. : n ...v:vF/. r...... A. ,.:;:Y+,:Y::":: ..r
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Acts 19812) :rrx:!:
I. The Lord's Warrior ( :- : ::: :!::r:: : ::::>:
BLACK-DRAUGHT .

A GOOD,LAXATIVE Paul, who is now on his third I'M 5TIL1Y' AW-THAT'S WHAT JLrM; ; HOW CAN :I BE

missionary journey, comes again to CONSIDERING YOU SAID BEFofZE! ALL >: PATIENT WHEN MY ;

Ephesus, the leading city of Asia yo0 ToR THAT SAY 'YES' OR 'NO' CAN FOR + HEAD ACHES ALL THE ,:.
I @ Cheerful People Minor, and the center of the worshipof : JOB A.S FOREST CAN'T you, AND Bo&4 TIME ? I HAVEN'T HAD ,
You find yourself refreshed by the heathen goddess, Diana. KANGERsur BoB... 6E DONE WITH }: JUST A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP r'

the presence of cheerful people. He tarries there for about three THl15k ; :: IT? TO $E FOR A WEEK I I
Why not make earnest effort to THINGS TAKE NE S TELL 141Ms

confer that pleasure on. othersL. ? years.Like a good tactician he began TIME, "YOUKNOW HE KNOW HEVOESH'T + HIS HE AD WOULD
NEED
M4. ACHE,TOO-IF .
'
M., Child. '
" his campaign at a strategic point'the MORE MEN UZEVERTKIEDTo
.
: ',' ; synagogue. He brought forward Rd >' GOT TWO RANGERS THINK! BUT

"FIRST AID" BN YOUR I HOME his God-given weapons, "reasoningand II NOW FOP EVERY HE'S BEEN SOUND
persuading." Some he won, ASLEEP FOR YEARS!
,; Keep pure, snow'white Moroline handyfor
others disbelieved the sad fact ,
/ cuts, burns, bruises and for the hair.The Y.t
; which even this greatest of all t Q i rkr' *
.- lOc size contains 3J -times as much as theSe 14
..: Demand Moroline. preachers had to meet. C tttt5 ,
. size. Try it today. ;a'SS :
God attested his work by mira- : -
:<.: U@R@LmNE cles. ,The soldier of the Lord does ) -

RlfU not go into battle alone. Nor does -
,;. SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
,. he fight in his own power. God

., gave him I

;:: : A Great Soul II. A Mighty Conquest (vv., 18- !e _

;:, One is not a "great.soul" con- '20). ..:
: sciously. He simply follows his When a man's profession of faith < \

,:'-'. .,- natural bent. in Christ carries with it an open, c ; _
forsaking of his confessed misdeedsa t

k true change of life as well as

a declaration of belief-there has THAT DOESN'T Y AW-NE SAID I'VE LL, /IF Yo/ r OH, ALL RIGHT=
been real dealing with God. SOUND LIKE YOU I COFFEE-NERVES TO BE A I'LL TRY IT! I CAN'T

Notice, that they burned the bad WERE PHYSICALLY -TOLD ME TO CUT / ; RANGER, PEEL ANY
'
books found in their homes, even QUALIFIED/ FOR I COFFEE AND SWITCH You /) I F +4A
THIS JOB $oB7o PoSTUM FOR rTE; VO A 5
though they were valued at thou-
JUST A makes"BIACBlEAF 40" WHAT DO&S "DOCTOR !
DASH IN FEATHERS.. GOHUCHFARiHEQ sands of dollars. Christian, how YOUR DOCTOR 30 PAW-L WHAT /$ : -TH N "ScuRSEs Nit 5 SWITCHING 1F
$uNK
many books or magazines are therein ME AGAIN TO PoSrUM -IT S

your home now that minister THAT ME' FOR THE ,
-, only to the lowest in your nature? THIS CLUCK JOB! TALL TIMBER!
:;>:iI., <{ WHAT
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+
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Oh they be "literature
yes, may r. .r
they may be in beautiful bindings; 7HE

ontIk eaJ I you may even read them "in the TfiE HIKED YEAR HIM THEY

original," and regard the reading

JIMMIE FIDLER as cultural. But if they are bad

books, are you ready to follow the .J'W
_ with Hot News from HOLLYWOOD Ephesians in destroying them? fl-

N.B.C.Red Network)Tuesday 10:30 P.M..E.S.T. Finally we have from Paul's let-

r ter to the Ephesians the glorious
LUm> mir presentation of the Christian'sIII.

God-Given Weapons (E p h. \\
THE ONLY COUGH DROPS 6:13-20). F : S Yr -

WHICH HELP BUILD UP YOUR This 'is a familiar, but none the Eib

,. less rich and instructive, passage.We 4. .
: ALKALINE RESERVE 3WNU / have space to note only that 7 ;

there are (1))' five weapons of defense qY Yi,4x; Y: ::2 i d
children should never drink coffee.
COURSE,
; namely, the girdle of truth,
:: 7 grown-ups, too, find that the caffein in
45 38 the of many
.. breastplate righteousness, the 30 DAYS LATHR
THANKS FOR
shoes of peace, the shield of faith, disagrees with them. If you have headaches

and the helmet of salvation, and *$? I'M STARTING YOU llZL indigestion or can't sleep soundly..try Postum.

(2) one mighty weapon of offense, > our IN THE TOUGHEST CHIEF! 1 FEEL : no caffein. It is simply whole wheat and

the sword of the Spirit-the Wordof j; RANGE ON THE UP To roasted and slightly sweetened.

God. A glorious and im- RESERVE, BaB l Y ; ANYTHINGSINCE may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days
penetrable armor and equipment for ii ISWITCHED ; rich flavor.
battle! ;' MAKE GO D f love Postum for its own satisfying
forms-Postum Cereal the
comes in two ,
But it will do us not the slightest .k .: : 'ir'iy4iFb4:% TO PoTUM \
.. you boil, and Instant Postum, made instantly
unless Paul's
good we obey ad-
Either it is to make, delicious,
cup. way easy
k HEARTBURN FROM OVEREATING? monition and put it on.
and real help:A product of
may prove a
'.'., Hurried orovereati ng usually causes heart. Christian, are you wearing and' .
\.: burn. Overcome heartburn and digestive using "the whole armor of God"? Foods. I

distresses with Milncsia,the original milk E E-Let.us send you your first week's supply of
of magnesia in wafer form.Thin,crunchy, Judging From frce/ Simply mall coupon. COPR.130 a. F. CORP.
deliciously flavoredpleasant to take.Each : AppearanceMen
wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk of in general judge more from FOODS Battle Creek, Mich. W-A U.1.00
:,: magnesia.20c>35c&60c sizes at druggists. appearance than from reality. All Send me,without obligation,a wecfc'i supply orOInstant
,- men have eyes, but few have the D Postum Cereal (check kind you prefer). I

I.' gift of penetration.-Macchiavelli.

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God's Way stag
The strength and the happiness OL Fill in completely,print name and address. .
If you live in Canada,address: General Foods,Ltd.,
a man consists in finding out the Coboure, Ont.(Offer expires July 1. 1937.)
way in which God is going, and going -

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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1936


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News zation may work with like organizations afternoon. The South Bay boys were' W'e're going to a party, \ Wednesdays 4:30 '1). m. and Satur-
I
The Clewiston in other cities for the mutual defeated, by a score of 4-3. Jly costume is a ghost ; days 9'30: a. m. at the church.

benefit of the entire area. The lewiston girls also played I.jack is a ragged tramp, I] Catholic Men's Club meets the -'
success and long life to the new the South Bay girls and defeated I|I ;mt Bill's is the toast.. second
Published Friday in Clewiston. Monday of each month at the
every .
Chamber of Commerce! them by a score of 14 to 10. Both the! ;
the CLEWISTON NEWS, ; I Rectory at 7:30, p. m.
Florida, by
!
I games were interesting and quite a!, lie is made 'up as a devil, ,
Inc. I few townspeople were out to see 'I .'"ever so starry is seen, t The Ladies Altar Society meets
II 1 I' the first Wednesday in each monthat
-I them. \.]o get out your costumes,
School 11 e WS Can You Imagine- Tonight> is Hallowe'en the homes of the members running -
Keathley Bowden, Editor in alphabetical order at 3:00p.
I Jack Moorman in shorts? -Dicky Owen.
Ii
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m.
i Dot Hare weighing 125 pounds? I On Friday, October 23, we elected

Editor .................._..Ethel Willis Billie ,Hooker with black hair? the officers for the debating society Ctnvent instruction class each
Entered as second class mail matter Ass't Editor .....TreUyn Moltz Christine Bell staying home one fOr this year. The Junior High Friday at 7 p. m. <

; February 1. 1927, at the Post Sports Editor: ..._._LeRoy Hare night? School gave a one-act play following :Mass on First Fridays at 8:00' a.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I i Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart Ed Clark without a comb? I a debate by two Junior High boys. M.

the.Act of March 3, 1897. i I Peggy Gallant being married? I The question was on "Good SchoolSpirit" Baptisms by appointment.,
Guthrie not ?
Bernice complaining
Patterson spoke
Dicky on
Visitors are always welcome.j. .
I School news Elva Alston leaving a book at .
the Hooker
J. D.
: negative side and
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. First Grade: ..'
school? poke on the affirmative. We hada I
Advertising rates on application. The first grade i' pupils are enjoy-
Wootsie Warren being
caught
I standing vote as to the winner. The I
I Tng making "Peter and Peggy" chewing, gum?. negative was considered as the win m. COUSE

Devoted to tl:e advancement and notebooks. ning' side
Counselor and Law
at
WJe have a new potflower given Attorney
Clewiston and Hendry (Omitted Last Week)
"s-elfare\ of Mr. VonMach gave a talk
by Bubber Mills. Hopkins Building
County. donated Our assignment in English last ing debating. He also
Ruth Johnson a
Mary concern-I Wednesdays and Saturdays
pink vase in which we will put cut week was to write an autobiographyand if the society kept
I we pretended that we were ani- would soon compete 9:30 to, 4:00<

Next Wednesday is Armistice Day. Second flowers.Grade Honor Roll- mals and wrote our life's histoiy. towns around the Lake. I I,

Charles Benbow, Here is the one which we Toted as
JoAnne Crouch,
I FOR SALE:-Cash. Studio couch
few weeks until the harvest Ward Doro- the best:
Only a Faith Mitchell, Grace ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC.
'. and fiber living room suite, four
season begins. i thy Mitchell, Mary Louise Thomas, }I.'. Cherribeo Mouse CHURCH I
pieces, nearly new, unfaded. Mrs. J.
\\
Pat Bailey, Jacqueline Bledsoe, I was born on 42nd Street in New
E. Johnson
near Commissary
We can't see much use in post Bobby Maynard, Peggy Lawler, Har- York: City. I am a long, sleeky, white (Rev Father J. P. Walsh, R. D.,
election editorials. The American riet Alston, Mary Ellen Smith, William rat. I have had ten cats chase me Pastor.)

people said it all with their ballots McCracken, Sammie Young, since I was born. Oae of them bit Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. m. ,
I.Nancy Wright, Gilbert McLeod, Janice off my tail. I can play the piano, a except on last Sunday of month NORGE REFRIGERATORS '

Tuesday. -- Norton, Ruth Emrich, June Es- flute, a cornet and a violin. One timeI when mass is at 10:30 a. m.

You can now listen to your fav-I penlaub, Berkley Ivey and Billy wen to a schoolhouse through a Communion Sunday for the congregation Furniture and Home Furnishings

orite radio progrm without fear of Maynard. hole in the floor. When; the teachersaw is the first Sunday in each I PHILCO RADIOS

interruption. The election is ov rand Third
it'll be two :rears before there's James Ricks, Stella Westberry, J. but a boy caught me. I bit his finger Religious instruction classes for Household, FurnishingsInc. '

another. T. Sansen, Shirley Moon, Nora Og-" and he let me go. I all children attending public school
lesby and Mamie Trice. One time I fell in an ink well and immediately after mass on Sundays. .

The toughest piece of luck we've Fourth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- when I came out I was as black as I Junior (children's) choir meets BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA

heard of lately was the local lady Willie Smith, Elsie Bembry, Betty tar.
Doris Poole Christine One time a boy caught me and
McDuffie
board who was Tuesday serving and on counting the election votes Redish, Sue, VonMach ,and Pallie threw me into the river, Then a big I-;M!.....C...*.wMIM....*...I"..*C...*"..Mwtw*.**.*....M*.......JM*....r.. .M......MMM..* *. *...........................'...................................... .............-.........:'

dollars diem when her Dickensen. fish ate me, and was it dark down :: -
for two per A WORD OF APPRECIATIONs ::
name was called at the theater for Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- there! But I was lucky: for a fisherman -

dollar cash prize. The Demo- Eric Belcher, Barbara Broadfoot, caught me, and' when he cut .;.
a forty : I don't know how to express my appreciation to the people of
cratic :party should recompense her Mauryne Prewitt and Marianne the fish open and saw me, did he y y
for that loss.lIodern Jones.; run! :s County for the splendid complimentary: given mo ::.:

Sixth Grade Spelling Honor Roll- Another time I found a bottle of :: ::
I b'ritin in my name for County Attorney in the CentralElection. ;
fairy tales: Once upon a James Brewer, Charles Ivey, Janie castor oil and time there Was a magazine canedthe' II Brantley, Gloria McDuffie and Ann was jumping all over the flo.or. ::: If all the votes of those who tried to. vote for me :
After that I got shot and died andI
Literary Digest that conducteda 'I Pafford. .;. by writing in my name could hare been counted( I believe I.!.
a dential poll which was never [Eighth Grade- forgot where they buried me. .
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wrong; and there was the State of Sam Lang decided to give us a Eighth Grade Xeus- j would ha\c been elected. From" the foottoai' of ky heart I jF

Maine which set itself up as the barometer -I| short verse on our political world Tonight is Hallowe'cm thank ( ?
for gauging the vote of the I Hof today and yesterday: Get your costtmes out, jou.. .!.

other forty-seven states and again I What did Washington do? Tonight is Hallowe'en.Sew :: H. A. RIDER'r f '::

there was a priest named FatherCoughk'n I He freed our country. up the patches, .;. .

,' who made long earnest po- (I. What did' Linooln do? Or your skin will be seen. l"tt"Z"l"tt"l"tt"l"l"l"l'l..tt.:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:-(..:,.:..:+:-+--x..r: :":.

litical talks over the radio guaranteed He freed the slaves. *

to deliver to his candidate several What did Hoover do? ,
J
million Yot s. But they're only He freed us from work.

k fairy. tales, children, only fairy tales. What did Roosevelt do?
He freed us from, starvation.
',
TIlE C. C. C. OF C. What will Landon do? '.:::1"'i

, Land us in the poorhouse.The .

; No community these days, particularly
r in Florida, can get very following program was given 'i\
far without organization to 'advertise by the fourth and fifth grades at the

; it and to stimulate the interest -. elementary assembly which was heldon

',. of outsiders to locate in the Thursday of 'last week:
town or within its trade ar a. i Song-Mary Had A Little Lamb.

:. For that reason we feel that the I Ii Scripture Reading, Lawrence

i:. organization of the Clewiston Chamber Guthrie. .
( of Commerce this week was one I The Origin of Hallowe'en, Eric

t.., I of the greatest forward steps that : Belcher.

;'. the town has taken in several years Song, The Goblin Man, Sue Von '
, ;;'" and the enthusiasm with which the'. Mach and Betty McDuffie. \

i?s--: organizafion is being accepted by i Play, The American Boy.

s.' .. the business men of the community I Piano Solo, Marianne Jones. V'J.Mf
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.:: that a body of the kind is expectedto Cow, Barbara Broadfoot. lAi/

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;, Pamphlets will be printed and dis- On Tuesday we held a straw vote ,_..... .V
::' tributed to show the advantages of throughout the school as to the election 't,'. f .

: the Clewiston territory for farming of President. From the elem- .-. tI I/.IJ'J. ,(< .' ., ...'
and for other business. They will entary and Junior High School the :r t.<. yyppryi '.SJY>+V ,:
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y' show the climatic and geographical vote was as follows: Roosevelt 86 ;:, t;. t.::"'.' <' .':, '

'; advantages which the town enjoys and Landon 15. From the Senior .. ..".
I and will go far toward showing that High group. Roosevelt 32, Landon '

;1;'' .. indomitable spirit of progress which 9.
is becoming more and more evidentin ---;-- ,vl
attend the B GGEST
the citizens of the town. Inquiries SPORTS to fORDDEALER

I of interested parties in land values, The Clewiston Junior High school

: ; farming, etc., will be promptly answered boys played the South Bay Junior

:f and above all the local organi-. High school boys here Wednesday!,

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Detroit for a gigantic sales meeting. We are going to'. ..r '
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I Thank. .. '" I am all excited about this trip to Detroit and what

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I ; Saturday November 14th.. We'll show you the new'car

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I ij ":.':":":":":":.';"r:":": :":":.':":":":":":":": : was disposed of plans were 'discussed orative service which had been Those attending were: Billie Hooker L. B. MershonAGENT \
y and formulated for the bazaar scheduled for Sunday, November 15 r Bernice O'Neal, Mildred Ward,

e _:i:; Personal Mention ::: and food sale which will be held on I.has been postponed until the following Dorothy Hare, Hazel Prince, Bob ,fI
\- ... or about-December 1, the date to be Sunday in order that Dr. and Dick Patterson, LeRoy Hare,
\ \ I, .....................t.. .............................................................:..:..,:..:..:. anounced later.Delegates Alexander Linn, of Lakeland, will Cbnnie Clark, Jimmie Hall, A. H. New York Life .1 I

R. H. Collins was a business visitor were appointed to at- be able to attend and make the King, Miss Dorothy Lockhart. and Insurance Company ]

f in Miami Tuesday. tend a Presbyterial religional con- principal address.CHRISTI.tX Dr. D. Williams.. ARCADIA, FLORIDA
ference to be held in Fort Myers

I, Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence visited rela- next Friday. Mrs. Mark R. Lawlei ENDEAVOR ,MEETS
tives in Moore Haven today. and Mrs. R. N. Smith were named
un the committee to arrange 'trans- The Clewiston Christian Endeavorheld
I : Mr. and Mrs. Dean King spent portation for those wishing to at their regular weekly meetingat

: Sunday fishing near Punta Rassa. tend.About the church on Monday night. Turner's Beauty Shophas
I thirty members and visitors -
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rosenbergwere were present at the meeting. -
fishing at San Marco Sunday. added the services of .

ALTAI SOCIETY :MEETS ., : I'
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: H. C. Kolstad ;a business visitor -
Butler's I
t in Miami Tuesday. "'ITn1 ns. G. E. SMITH Beauty Shop fMiss Hazel Prince .

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The St. Margaret's Altar Society OFFERS Assuring the patronage ofI'
; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent
I
I the week-end in Fort Myers.; held Wednesday its regular afternoon monthly at the. meeting homeof Special BargainsFROM the same high quality and service.
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i t Dr. J. W. Ezelle left Thursday to Mrs G. E. Smith. -
: attend the Stale Dental Convention Regular business of the societywas Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392

t of three days in Orlando. transacted. Present were: Mrs.B. Nov. 1 to Jan. 1 I
A. Bourne, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. I
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Miss Frances Morgan spent the O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, WITH GREAT APPEAL TO
week-end in West Palm Beach with Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. E. P. Mu-
l I '' her sister, Margaret.Geo. trix. and. Mrs. H. A. Bestor. EVERY WOMAN '.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:1N:H1NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..1N:.1:..:..:..:..:... .
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Messer and G. E. Etherton COMMUNITY CHURCH .
enjoyed a fishing trip to Avon Park: Permanents from $2..50 to $10 ::_.:: MY SINCERE THANKS ::
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Sunday. Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, Pastor
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Facial manicure and arch, $1.50 .
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November 8, 1936 :1 -
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t AI\) Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall and SherI +
, I \:; / wood Hall spent Tuesday in St.. Petersburg fettered.Sermon" Theme: 7:30 service "Un- Facial. Shampoo and set, Dry, ::!: for the loyal support extended me in the :=;::

, I $1.50Haircuts
i The musical program will includean .. h

I Mrs. 'F. I. Hill returned Sunday anthem, "Eye Hath Not Seen", $.35 I :: recent campaign. :;:
, arranged from Gaul's "Holy City",
from several weeks visit in Clear- .1.
choir. Another selection, "It Is s h
I by -
water. Mr. Hill drove to Clearwaterfor f
The Voice" by Stults, will be
her by a quartette composed of Mrs.sung M. Butler's i Beauty Shop :: S S. A. GRAVES :=:

Mr. and Mrs. 1T.. Ironmonger R. Lawler, Miss Marion Leydig, F. Clewiston Inn Telephone 345 .:. .:. I I

Miami.and several son, Clark days' left visiting Sunday\ relatives to spend in ;M.The Wright tenth and anniversary R. N. Smith.commem-' I '...:.......................................................................................................................................................................... ........"........................:.:i.: I I


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thew with Morrison the exception attended of Coach the south Mat-= [ CO) ILIE1193"7he

west Fort Myers Florida last teachers Friday.Mr. meeting in .l1lwrCJHJEVlRt(


and Mrs. C. ,V'. McDonald, of
Belle Glade, announce the birth of I ;

a son on Sunday, November 1, at ) @ Can.- 11&
14e :3
I the Lakeriew Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. : : .

McDonald are former residents of ..
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Mrs. II. R. Lawler spent Sunday .t' ON DISPLAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7t -
ami Monday in Miami. Mr. Lawle{, ,
accompanied by Barbara Smith, Julia
Ann Oglesby and Rhunelle Mc- ,.

@ Mrs.Gehee Lawler want, for to Miami a piano and concert joined \{.:: : t{::.' ;: ::: : \. :>* \ '. .'. ;, ; .. : <;:: i : .:" 1/ .,

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Monday evening. .; ,. .."4- .'.... _._ ., A. .. i C.r; :. 'Ji.i--. j I
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Parker Wilson and Cleveland : ? r ***:F\\. .
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Johnson the week-end in ; .
spent '
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afternoon.Maryland Carl 'E. Johnson football and game Lloyd Saturday Tom- ; fIf',} [.: :

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, linson left this morning for Jacksonville _
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, where they will attend the .
football game between' Florida and : : ;
Georgia Universities tomorrow af- .
, ternoon.. They went by way of Lake : ""
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City and spend tonight there j "..
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:,I''I with Mrs.friends.H. O. Peters-entertained witha :.:::, ; n.0ry. ? t\\ ?{" :.; f{? : : ,

bridge-luncheon at her home in
I r West Palm Beach today for a groupof
Clewiston friends. Those attend-

ing were: Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mis., J.
' W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.R. .

N. Smith, Mis. H. C. Kolstad,
Mrs. C. L.; Downs, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, I NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION PERFECTED
Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. M. R. VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE HYDRAULIC BRAKES
(With Double-Articulated Brake Shoe Linkage)
Lawler.
:Much more powerful, much more
spirited, and.the thrift king of Recognized everywhere as the safest
MH. SIMFSOX HONORED brakes
smoothest most dependable
its price class.
PARTY ON BIRTHDAY ever built.IMPROVED .
\ I t's the newest of all low-priced I

Mrs. W. F. Simpson entertaineda

large group of friends at her NEW ALL-SILENT, cars..new in every feature, fittingand GLIDINGKNEEACTION
home on the government reservation ALL-STEEL BODIESWith RIDE*
' Saturday evening with a ham- UNISTEEL Turret Top Construction)
'j- ( (at no extra cost)
thor-
also the
burger and steak supper, the occas- Rider roomier, more luxurious, and fabric. 'most Proved by more than two million Knee-'
! ,ion being Mr. Simpson's birthday. the first ail-steel bodies: combiningsilence Action users to be the world's safest,
r Plans had been made to hold the affair with safety. oughly safe, the most thoroughly smoothest ride.
,G as a picnic on the levee but

i indoors.clement weather forced the in-\\ proved, the most thoroughly de ;

NEW DIAMOND CROWN SUPERSAFESPEEDLINE
f Following the supper and the cut- *
ting of the birthday cake, bridge was I STYLING pendable. Visit your nearest ChevSHOCKPR(at no extra STEERING cost)
enjoyed by the group with Mr. and Making this new 1937 Chevrolet the vibrationlcss that
and
Mrs. Leslie Miller winning the high smartest and most distinctive of rolet dealer. See and drive the Steering driving so true is almost effortless.

couple prize, a flower pot. A guest low-pricod cars.

prize, a Seminole doll, was givento
complete car-completely new.
Mrs. H. E. Reichard.
r SAFETY PLATE
Those enjoying the affair were:
) Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. and GENUINE FISHER GLASS ALL AROUNDNO
Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L. DRAFT VENTILATION ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES (at no extra cost)

C. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol- Eliminating drafts, smoke windshield *Kncc-Action and Shockproof Steering on Master Tf Lure models only. The finest quality clearest-vision standard safety
stad, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mr. clouding-promoting health, comfort, General Motor Installment Plan-monthly payments ;;;; ,your purtf. plate glass,included as
and Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Dr. and Mrs. safety. 'Ch"'ro1etMotor Company Detroit, Michigan. -1 equipment.
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J. W. EzHIo, Mrs. H. E. Reichard.
Kim Kolstad and Emma Jane Ezelle.

!, FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION A GENERAL MOTORS ,....
LADIES AID MEETS
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I the Ladles'regular Aid November Society of meeting the Com-of Clewis ton Motor Company

munity church was held at the
church Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. A. W. Clewiston Florida
Sias as hostesses.!
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1936Dragons









Too Much.for Him
You
Drive
"But, constable, I didn't knock

him down, I pulled up at the
light to let him
cross and he just

.,.. fainted!1"
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EDWIN BALMER : : Fit Guaranteed
.: : : By Drowning Man Quick, throwme

a life belt!

Rescuer (tailor-Yes, sir. What
Cojryrleht by Edwin Balmer WNIT Service size round the waist? .

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Just Forget Me
F' CHAPTER XIV-Continued t-ago. They were as bad as could be, It proved to be over a hundred thou At noon, Bee often drops In on her "No, old boy, I'd 'rather not
: people said ; they could get no worse. sand dollars. "And how can I pos- sister at Agnes" apartment on the north lend
E. you anything. Borrowing and
-21- much that?" Davis demanded. side. It is almost "down town"
,\ But they did get worse-much, sibly get yetIt
Between their interludes of delight lending are the surest ways to
worse. Insull crashed. Cathal wasted no time. He went to overlooks the lake ; and the wind break "
she watched him for sign of restless a friendship.
;.;. t Insull, the strongest man of the Agnes at once. sweeps off the water, clean and clear. .
} ness ; for she knew that never since. "Lend me a five, old man, andI
city! Insull. the emperor of power "Davis," Cathal told her "has to Agnes adores the place.
don't darn if
., he was a little boy, had he thrown care a you. never
'" and transit ; Insull the mighty man about hundred and thirty thou- Bee I likes to linger there.
. have a
.: off the burden of care cast upon him ; speak to me agahVOur
of millions, who almost alone had sand dollars or go to jail." And he "It's fun to fight for business and to
, but now he had stood through nearly three years of told her why.x get some," said Bee. "You feel good
He climbed with her gayly strongly,
,
6. And the LessonsWhen
Insull crashed. about It-at least until husband
", the panic- your
It left Agnes white and shaky. ,Now
where echo answered -
an
singing; shouting carried downChicago.Not home. hell the has learned his
- crash all but what do for him?" gets It'scertainly on one les-
; and sometimes, can we
; they'd camp millions ; hundreds of millionsin husband to have his wife good at any- sons he may roam the fields and
the mountain "I want you to let me do somethingof
high on together.By money was lost-the fortunes 'of thing practical, but what can I do? float on the river at his'own sweet
their they'd talksheas the sort I should tell you about but
camp-fire
the great and the little. Flop 7"1I0f will; but so long as he is at his
before to one, even to won't-this time. Years ago I got a
never any Jeb was u'.terly wiped out; and so course you can't flop," said desk he must be' deaf to the invitations -
her sister; and he with a freedom that Robert Gleneith was ruined. certain big man out of a big jam. He
was Ojal. Agnes. of the sky and the woods.
'he told her of never pald.me for It he wasn't able
surprised himself as Ills loans at the banks, which, Jeb had ; "And 1 won't! I'm going to make -Hamilton W. Mabie.
; his life before he met her, his struggles secured by to then ; and-later I wouldn't take It.
helped to arrange, were some money for my boys ; and I'm go-
his hopes and his' dreams, whichhe which But now he can pay me twice a hun-
tocks in holding-companlE's, ing to pay you back some day, Agnes-
had from Winnie. dred thousand and never feel It.' If I
kept even had dropped from 'a "high" of hun- you and Cathal." .) I
"Do know one thing love Is- merely suggest it, he'll do it. I ask
you dreds of dollars a share to three- "No !I'" Agnes begged her. "1 don'twant I
if it's nothing else?" he ,said to her you to take my word that it's all right. To Ease
dollar.
eighths of a it ; and he doesn't either. -3Headache
before fell asleep. We can put thirty thousand I
once just they The banks had been unable to sell up ; can "I know you don't ; but It's our debt J
"What?" get a hundred thousand from that
man.
him out fast enough ; he owned nothing and you can't deny It, Agnes."
"It's the end of the loneliness you're but the idle and now worthless 'It'll be wholly for services rendered, FastGet

born to and live in-and not knowingtill buildings of his plant; and he owed involving no new obligation. All right?" Alone, after Bee had gone, Agnes

you've her in your arms." three hundred thousand dollars. Agnes fought with herself. "For went In to her baby-her little daughter Real Quick-Acting,

offered his home for sale andeceived > yourself, Cathal ; for us, no," he re- a Light One, like herself.
He ,
of
s. They returned to a Chicago accented -
the mortgage plied. "You'd never ask It. For Davis At ten months, she has soft flaxen QuickDissolvingBayer
madness with more banks and no bid as great as
businesses failing., ; he would have moved out his and Bee-and the boys-I guess so." hair and eyes of deep blue; she has AspirinSee

but the bank And so Cathal got the money and skin like pale petals of wild rose, an
and Davis -
family -
They went to a hotel where they
cleared Davis. adorable little mouth, and tiny, formed
,c took "temporary" quarters, but where preferred to have the house occupied ;
chin and most little
they remained for nearly a year. Agnes so they camped (they called It)) In the To the O'ilaras a child was born the hair is like Agnes'perfect In texture hands.and hue.Her HowGenuine .

r said to her friends: "It's my fault. louse, without servants, except Rog-. following spring, upon one of those
Her name is Winifred Agnes ; and the BayerTabletsWork .
'p : I don't look anywhere else." As a days marked In memory by the closingof kingdom of the happiness of her father 0< (f) '

matter of fact, she didn't to. in
care every bank the United States. and mother encloses her.

Cathal was working day and night fF T The tiny girl, some day to find herself Will that kingdom fall In a few In 2 seconds by stopwatch
for weeks on end as his cases came of Time
4 standing in the tream came years? Agnes does not believe it; for a genuine
in court and the hotel was as BAYER Aspirin tablet L
up ; at the end of one phase of adjustment
., her love and Cathal's differs from that starts to disintegrate
,; convenient qs any place could be to of human affairs which we call an which once held her father and mother. and go to iork. Drop a '
the criminal courts to his office and I lyM Bayer Aspirin tablet into -
Of end of
epoch. course an one epoch
And Bee and Davis never knew any. a glass of water. By
to the homes of his clients. the time it hits the bottom
must mark: the beginning of another.
like this. They tried to
y thing Improvisea .
of the it Is
r' Agnes put nothing, in these days, glass
; This began from "the bottom, men kingdom on material possessions; disintegrating. What
before his convenience and the chance said. Improvement appeared, values In happens in this glass
h and even those were taken from them. happens in your
+' to be with him whenever he dropped
general became higher.
and stomach.
V Standing gazing down at her
his work. Their interludes, betweenthe I Prices have not yet risen sufficientlyto baby, Agnes wonders suddenly what

excitement of his appearances in bring Robert Gleneith's holdings, she shall tell this child, some time,
court, exceeded even their happinesseson into the clear. Bob's books do not yet
of the glory of the Gleneiths' that is
Tablet Now
the mountain. The excitements Virtually f a
balance ; but he is operating his plants ?

,, and strainings, by which he lived, and making a little money. And he's gone Should she relate how they had a If you suffer from headaches what ...

were exhausting to her ; so she resteda living again in the same "little" house little money, and were happy ; but had you want is quick relief.

good deal by day, when he was on Easter Lane to which he brought to have more and more? So they madeit Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets l

away. Tricie as a bride and where, for many ; and her father became unfaithful ; give quick relief, for one reason, because

i She dwelt, Indeed, In a very mael- years, they were happy. They are ten- and Davis tried to kill himself and they dissolve or touch disintegrate mois-
almost instantly they
strom of madness. No other city sur-
der again together. failing at that, he went crooked? ture. (Note illustration above.)
: passed Chicago In display of the In- r Are they happy. Well, what Is happiness -
.- What, out of all the past, should Ag- Hence-when you take a real
sanities of civilization. There it stood
? nes preserve and pass on to her child? Bayer Aspirin tablet it starts to
t; the grain-market of the world, on the Tricle has not "forgiven" him ; she What, out of all her family who so dissolve almost as quickly as you

,; edge of a prairie afflicted with no was never to make that mistake. She highly prospered for years? What swallow it. And thus is ready to

plague but that of plenty-or surplusage has succeeded in never referring to her really memorable and, inspiring act or start worKing almost instantly .t.

Indeed, of all crops and cattle; husband's association with Cash. occasion? headaches, neuralgia and neuritis
and men would have starved the pains start easing almost at once.
by Her Little Daughter, a Light One, Jeb has a job. He's a customer'sman On her side,Agnes realized, standing That's why millions never ask
thousand but for the bread-lines '
one Like Herself.na selling stock, and people are believing there over her sleeping child-on. the for aspirin by the name aspirin
; of them given by a
) gangster. him again. side of the Gleneiths, nothing. alone when they buy, but alwayssay
'' School-teachers worked unpaid; and who asked to stay without wages, Davis has In and
a job a creamery com- Nothing to compare with that which "BAYER ASPIRIN" see
r% a committee, well financed by separate for her food and shelter. he's district atI I that it.
pany ; superintendent entered so largely into the making of they get
:! funds, proceeded to gather proud exhibits One item went to the credit side of fifty Collars a week. Bee has a job, the man who is this baby's father ; Try it You'll say it's marvelous.

of a Century of Progress-and the ledger. Bob sent no more checksto life-Insurance and she's at it.
; good nothing to compare, In its effect when
'' day after day the bulletin-boards of "Cash" and he ceased to frequentNew
She means to keep at it ; she has de Winnie will pass it on (Agnes prays)
the city's best clubs posted another York. city. He had given up dared her child-bearing days at an end. to her own children How Cathal ONLY 15cFOR12NOW .,
and another black-bordered card bear- "Cash" and he Informed his wife of
Davis and she rented a very small Martin O'Mara went up with Fitzpat-

Ing the name of a member who had the fact. house near Easter Lane. Bee keeps a rick, his chief of battalion, to the tower FULL I
been in perfect health Bob was able to supply his family
yesterday. middle-aged maid who wears spec- with the building ablaze below, and DOZEN

y They went by their own hands ; and with funds enough to keep going; for, tacles and who is only a plain cook how he died there, and his wife stood FOR A 9"9 =

all did not choose death, to escape the in spite of his debts-or because of but who is completely reliable with the and watched him. QUARTERLOOK

consequences of their failures ; many hem-he' succeeded in negotiating little boys. [THE END.]

chose fraud, embezzlement and be- further loans. FOH THE BAYER CROSS
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trayal of trust. The bulletin-boards Jeb owed plenty of money to several,

of their clubs took no cognizance of banks ; but none of them deemed him ************************** -- -of- Self-Esteem-
Bit
this choice, when they made it; but worth the further risk of a penny. A

1: their names blackened the pages of Rod came to his help-Rod with his An inferiority complex should be
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:; the newspapers and crowded the court Massachusetts and Andover bonds he Unexpectedly, she kissed him with clinging drilled out of a boy early in life.

{;;; calendars. And some of them sent, had never sold at Jeb's urgings.It .

;, as had Philip Linsdale and Ormstead, was the week after the completeand warmth. v *

:::' for Cathal Martin O' lara. ignominious collapse of Jeb's affairs -

: Agnes always kept awake till he re- following the fall of Insull, that THE BRIGHT STAR BECAME STEADFAST !
,
I turned to her after he responded to Davis paid Cathal an unannouncedvisit

: such a call ; sometimes it would be at his office. '
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three or four o'clock In the morning. "Jeb knew his stuff. He was just a IIII i'i

Always he returned wide awake, ex- damn fool Just be a ninny, a nitwit i

" cited, intent, thoughtful. !1" Davis burst out frantically. r' t

: He seized her and held her, and she "Think you know everything, but you ( 2oRoP\ I.

liked to He in his arms whether or not don't know a damn thing. Take away II IILYLLU

he felt like going over with her, just the last dollar of everybody you t? 5f

then, the new "case" he had just know ; bust 'em, ruin 'em ; rob 'em !1"

taken. "What are you talking about

Lying still awake sometimes, after Cat ial inquired, studying his brother- xf

.... Cathal had told her of his case and i in-law. I NOEL. 6025. BOTTLES
By "
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1# dropped to sleep, Agnes regarded, "Jeb. The recently great and wise -
": from this poignant viewpoint her own J. E. Braddon He's just lost his Schumann J -

.' family and her own old life. friends' and customers' millions-mil- Mary

! Money-hunger the driving drag lions, but was such a complete ninny .
surface conditions
f'I:. on within these men-the hunger for -knowing absolutely nothing when he ic 1 9from need not be endured.

money, the root of evil from the oldest posed to know It all-that nobodyeven skin clearer
Mako your
reported time. They must have money, thinks of getting after him. A glowing love story and smoother with

: these men; and especially, having had Whereas I-I, Cathal-' that bursts with life < 1'

; money, they must regain their losses; I "All right," said Cathal. "What are Re5n1 :

and have more and more and, more you in for?" and vitality the '

For what? It proved to be more serious than disappointment '
tale of P/
a great r '..
i She thought of her mother and
far Cathal had suspected, though he never .
ther, and of the woman in New York. had trusted Ken Remble. Ken-and that was t : '.

:.: She thought of Bee and Davis-and Davis-had sold certain stocks mak- "
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Jeb. culminated by a new J ? : :,# ..t
" ing some representations that were i't" '
Davis was at work again In still an- not accurate. The point was that Ken happiness, a new / \ 'i

;' other new association with Ken Kern knew better; he deliberately had mis- that i1 w 'i

: Lie; and Bee's third baby, another represented; and Davis, desperate bright star re- : ': rvvl ..
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boy, was born and growing up. again, had gone along with Ken. It mained steadfast! '<;< "' "' :.

Agnes went "home" a good deal ; would be extremely hard to prove that \r':; : ;i

.' for her mother had "forgiven" her. Davis had not known as much as MM-I. I ". ',< Small quiet and select One'V:

Indeed, Beatrice Gleneith had found Ken; and they both had used the mails '1- .If .,.; ...J: >holf''', ck from Sty Areneelores "'.
far less to overlook than she had ex- for selling. t'F'.;' $ Home'of the.famou* >
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pected ; for her friends had been surprisingly Cathal heard Davis out, and then Starts in the Next Issue of This Paper! ". : -Sirtgfe Colling Tram"ood$>Che-Double":apt from Room.'*3...'.

mild in their criticisms, and said: "There Is only one thing to doYou've : Jtt ", '" :73SIt05it1fT''
decidedly Interested. got to buy back every share of 4 S V.

Things were very, very bad la Chi stock at once. What's the total?" ..... ............. NEW!; ORK CITY



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1936 ..).

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: THE CHEERFUL CHERUB *Value of Persuasion

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The night is so comforting WIOLENCE ever defeats its '
, '
' when Feel sa-d, OUR COMIC SECTION own ends. Where you can- '
not drive you can always per- ;

I 50 softly the night suade. A gentle word, a kind

,.: Breezes croon, look, a, good-natured smile can
;: work wonders and accomplish
I take all trouMes'and
. my miracles. There is a secret

wander outdoors FINNEY OF THE FORCE !!J= SsS L Labor Saver pride in every human 'heart

'; And t.1k to tile. _H __ ____ __ _.__ __ that revolts at tyranny. You
J may order and drive an in-
'
,: open fzced ? WAL-WHY AIN'' dividual, but you cannot make
YJHUT ME MEAL TNT PERTATeRS Z tT AAr. him
moon c 9 .. THEY BE respect you.Hazlitt.The .
( LKrloW
r ( "' AIiJ'f READY? QUiTE'S'PRO'S'E' -f'/EZ
NAVE
01 I DOH'T
POME true past departs not.
r r HAvfrT'GO
THAT Ql
MUCH ?OIME-
Nothing that was worthy in
t', ,'v/URRK1 the past departs-no truth or I

-. goodness realized by
man ever
)
dies, or- can die.-T. Carlyle.

WNU Service.


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r-i'. Momenfous Toothbrush c Building and Rebuilding

p. A special train on the way to G % Rebuilding a ruined house or a

'- Montreux, carrying M. Titulescu, ruined career is a much more

Rumania's foreign minister, was difficult matter than building
: ; brought to a halt in a lonely spot new. It takes more courage

in the Carpathians. A secret service more skill and more ability, Butit
"
1,;.< officer was dispatched posthaste l is being done every day.
x; to the capital. Rumors of

-: missing secret documents spread, /
:: Bucharest buzzed with rumors. At llI -- llf
'
,' i M. Titulescu's villa, the staff hastily NOVA-MOICI-IAEL-l POM'T SEE \AJHy HIS- 01 (sUESS J JfHAT .:
assembcd, fearing complications. -
*
ONl HIM
" DON r TAKE you HUMOR VAlUZ SO'S
" The emissary hastily gasped
SO- TlMesVMitL ? V/HENf HE (GETS
i out his message, "M. Titulescu -ET: WOUUPM'THAVe

.c< has forgotten his toothbrush!I" lie BE READY LIKE ThlAT-WMErt ENVY / .HEALTHFUL > i, fi rLOWCOST ,J

." exclaimed. IM A MIrJNITMy HUSBAND WAS PISHESA .

"'. Lls/iMr/ I HAD HIM ,

I: Week's Supply of Postum Free E ATI MS- oar OP

-,. : Read the offer made by the Pos- a MY NAND;

\..-,'. turn Company in another part oft

; this paper. They will send a full

r x,,- week's supply of health giving ra
Postum free to who writes .-- ,
.:\ anyone
: Plenty of quick,penetrating warmth wherever
;:?: for It.-Adv. yon want it!...that's what you get with
; a Coleman Radiant Heater. Carry and use
anywhere.No connections. Makes and burns
: Your Work its own gas from untreated gasoline.

.:'." When you see how much you cant Just the thing for removing warmth
home, office store or for extra
> put into your work, you will be severe weather. Costs less than 2/f an hourto
surprised to know how much you operate! See it at your dealer's.

',.: can take out of your work-V. A. WRITE FOR FREE FOLDER.Send postcard now! #
,-. J THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
Dept.WIH03 Wichita, Kans.; Chicago IlL
',. tD Western Nerrapapar Ualon Philadelphia, Pa.; Los Angeles,Calif. (6403)

. A Three Days' Cough ,
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Is,Your DangerSignalNo THE FEATHERHEADS By Oborne Spread Out There Courage is no courage of Innocence but in innocence I

matter how' many: medicinesyou NEVER MIIJD THAT'S RI&HT I ITNAT ; no constancy but in an l
have tried for chest Tri honest Southern.
your cough, WHAT --?- OH YES-YoU cause.- ,
cold or bronchial irritation, you can HERE l SAVED A iI i
get relief now with. Creomulsion. SAY. FANNYBURNED ADIDN'T ,+I
Serious trouble may be brewing andtiP I CITE HOLE THE FN A BILL COLLAR I II
\ IN
& you cannot afford to take a chance I
with anything less than Creomul- Yod FIVE DOLLARS J OTHER rpJ- Fop. !
sion, which goes right to the seat FOR A BEDSPREAD ASK FOR
of the trouble to aid nature to FOR A NEW \ ONE :
n I1
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- QED 'SPREAD / ( St. Joseph
I Ie' It
branes as the germ-laden phlegmis 1
loosened and expelled. ( f The original
f
Even if other remedies have Cr Cellophane- /
failed, don't be discouraged, your wrapped sr J ',
druggist is authorized to guarantee 'tIhs A cf Oise
-i gcnuino pure / +
Creomulsion and to refund your aspirin. 'RFgsAI e
money if you are not satisfied with ) /Or ,f
results from the very first bottle. /, BUNGS PROMPT RELIEF '.r "

Get Creomuls right now. (Adv.. \ FROM PAIN AND COLDS ,/


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Tip on Etiqiettc

The perfect hostess says, "At

last!I" when her guests arrive,

and "Already?" when they depart.

Joy and Grief
$
Jt That happiness does still the

CONSTIPATIONM'ADEHUSSAMD --N/ WELL Hos GOOD'S ( longest thrive where joys and
BuT I, BUT WHAT I WAS AFRAID griefs alternate.
A DIDN'T HAVE THE
pip YO/J DOVJfTH VDU WERE
!1<< ALREADY
; ,v: OffACCY KIND | WANTED, SO THE. GOIr1& TOASK.
HAD LIVEN\ SOT ,T AT FLcop Health-Wrecking Functional
J: ( sAVE ME THAT
>;:t?;., IOU THE I FIvE I
;..",( -AN& WE HAVE A 2 PAINSSevere
\ .. : ,j MONEVCNAR&E ACCOUNT YOU 1---- functional pains of men-

: ,.' struation, cramping ,spells and Jangled -
Y// ., J THERE I nerves soon rob a woman of her

just didn't feel like J.....W/ natural], youthful freshness. PAIN
or play.' Always ,, lines in a woman's face too often
draggy and worn out-often
cross and irritable.But like 7P grow into AGE lines!
eo many women, his wife ; Thousan,'S of women have foundIt
knew about Nature's Remedy helpful to take Cardui. They say
(NR Tablets).She put him wiseie found
out what an astonishing difference there was in it seemed to ease their pains, and
p this purely vegetable laxative.Not merely partial they noticed an increase in their
relief. Instead thorough cleansing action and finally a strengthened
that aided in ridding his system of poisonousraste appetites
,refreshed him made him feel like"mil- resistance to the discomfort of
heJL"Try N R Tablets yourself.Note how gentla monthly periods.
they are and z\4 J Try Cardui.' Of course if it doesn't

,. help you, see your doctor.

any drugstore. I ,Y+

eetern iwapap.' a on. "' t Without a StingIf

you must forgive, forgive gra-
BACKACHES iously.:
o I-THE CRUEL WAVESPachelor be delivered. Suddenly she turned Answering a RequestThe
CAUSED BY I
a and said, coldly: New Boarder: "I love to explore -

MOTHERHOODThose months before baby "Never mind cranberries, Mr. the dark depths of the mys- CHECK THAT' COUGH
|comes put such a heavy strain Dugan. I, see the cat is sleeping on terious, to delve into the regions of
on mother's muscles that she r them." the unknown, to fathom the un- BEFORE IT GETS
frequently suffers for .
' Porous Plasters years.Allcock's "Bless you, ma'am! She won't fathomable, as it were, and to-"

r do wonders for such back Yti mind me waking her up!" "Let me give you a little more of WORSE'
1 aches. They draw the blood this stew, Mr. Smith," interruptedthe
to the painful spot-whathcc
I' It be on the back, sides, legs, arms or shoul Fair Enough! landlady. Check it before it gets the you children down. Check eaten it..it
before others maybe
der. This has ,
a warm stimulating effect ,,,, A who had China- FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR
and the pain soon vanishes. It takes only a uutt lady employed a Check it with relief
seconds to put on an Allcock's Porous Plaster tiuu" man as cook asked him his name. SHOE-LIKE This double-acting compound gives quick, irritated
.. Soothes
raw
and speeds recovery. !
and it feels .
as good as a $2 massage.L "Me name San Toy Lee," he said. tissues;quickly allays tickling,backing.Spoonful -
Over 5 million pcqple have used Allcock's, makes for a cou h-frco sleep. N(>
retiring
the original porous plaster. Refuse any -.. "Ah, your name is too long, the habit-forminft on ,stomach-upsetting drugs. Ideal
plaster l but Allcock's. It brings quickest lady replied. "I will call you John" for children,too.Don't let that cough due to a
jrellef. Lasts longer. Easy to apply and ;Wjnova. No I'm not cold bang onl! For quick relief and spade'rerorrry
25$ at druggists.. going to "All light, responded John.'What's I insist on :lOLEY'S HONEY &TAR
the shore-unnecessary with you your name?"

I ,' married folks around. "Mrs. Charlotte Anne HemingWay -

"I! M. F.-What do you mean? ," she told him.

Don't be BALD! Bachelor-One gets the moaningof "Your name too long," remarked LAYMORIf

the tied right here. John. "I call you Cholly."-The Mu- you need the money that more
Don't give !
Faithful use up of tual Magazine.To eggs would bring, it you ,want a
Glover's Mange Should Watch Hisself "She's as easy as an old shoe." healthier, better than the average
:i .. Medicine andGlover'sMedicated ;. Visitor Who is that redfacedman Be Trusted "Yes; and has as loose a tongue." flock of hens, try LAY-MOR.
, over there? The Employee-I came in to ask
: LA y.M OR is the easily fed egg
I I : Soap for the shampoo Yokel-That be the squire. A pow- I if you could raise my salary. The Law laying aid and conditioner and Is '
'
\, helps Filling ward] off Hair excessive and- M1 erful excitable man, fe be, too. They The Boss-This isn't payday.The Constable-Beg pardon, Miss, but sold under a real money back
V '/' Dandruff;promotes r say as 'ow 'e once burst a blood Employee-I know that but I there ain't "no swimmin' allowed in guarantee.
scalp health. Start vessel watching a chess match.- thought I would speak about it to- this lake.
today! Sold by all DruggistS. Pearson's A Money Order for
Weekly.
Elsie
Then didn't tell
why
day.The you 1.00 brings it to you. Try It.
AJk Boss-Go back to your work me before I undressed?
Your AmiabJe and don't wo ry. I've managed to Constable-Well, there don't hap- LAY-MOR CO.

a BmHo I The shopper was on her way out raise it every week so far, haven'tI pen to be any lav' against undress Bex 6, St tlon E, Atlanta Ga.
after leaving her list of groceries to ? iug.-Pathfinder I, aga;ine.

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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
: 6, 1036 :
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Mrs. Brown Recovering t accident I was 'not given. Mrs. Baker' and you'd' be surprised how' it's step- 1 mean folks are gettin' to it. This SUBSCRIBE TO TIlE NEWS '/..
j and :Mr. Giles were taken to Dr. in' out.. I spent a couple of days up winter ought to see plenty of tourist -I

Injuries Schiffli who gave first aid treatment there not long ago and was so impressed travel over the gulf coast route .- :.
From Wreck, and released them. I'm fixin' to go back. end unless I miss my guess a lot of a A...'....\t+.lS........+..*....*........ii. .*..................*.+f..f..ft4++f .... ",

Then the country around Panama' folks ara gonna stop off and become I "r.

(Moore Haven Democrat) KIM KOLSTAJD CELEBRATES City is devclopin' so fast it's unb logular} residents. .

Mrs. B. F. Brown and her brother BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY liveabble. I drove into that town. -I I They've been doin' a lot_of fixin'I il\,
1v.Vatts of this city who were -- on Monday afternoon and from the I up around Waukulla Springs and if I GoodFairnLand' ili

j et rt'd to be ill a critical condition Kim Kolstad entertained a number number of cars parked around the I Chor y Davidson don't watch out he's

las* week following an automobile of his little friends Tuesday afternoon place and people millin' around the I,, gonna, have some stiff competition I i '

wrerk l in Jacksonville have been removed with a party at the Clew- streets I thought it was Saturday for already cars are comin' through I i

iron: the hospital and are iston Inn, the occasion being his night. I I with "See Waukulla Springs" smeared -, iI I

nov the home of their mother in I seventh birthday. Port St. Joe' where they are fixin' all over .their" front. fenders. If, .

Jacksonville: recovering rapidly from I A Hallowe'en color scheme was to build the new paper mill,' is all I ou'll 'take the trouble to run out for Rent -
Brown returned carried out in the refreshments of I'
then .injuries.11' } in a fever. They're buildin. sewers mere and look it over you'll agree
home the first of this week and I cake, candy and ice cream and the and sidewalks and houses. First hat it sure is somethin' to see. '

gave a clearer account of their condition Hallowe'en favors given to each thing you know that burg will step I'I Mamma Nature just naturally rolled I!

and the details of the acci- child present. j>Popcorn was served out of its, short pants and into a up her short sleeves and went to i I II

djnt' than were known last week. from small jack-o'-lanterns., brand new pair of long trousers and I II I town when she laid out this part of I

That they escaped with their lives Those enjoying the party were you won't know the place. i j i .,he state and while it may be a bit I

was considered a, miracle by those Mauryne Prewitt, Louise Prewitt, i The new bridge at Apalachicola rhy on night clubs, race tracks and

investigating the accident and the! Patricia Prewitt, Larry Royal Nicky makes that town easy to get to and sky-scrapers, it sure makes up fort
Jacksonville Journal carried a picture Schiffli E. C. :Mills Jr., Solon Mills,, : in a lot of other ways. In thenext Trespassers '

of the wrecked car in Thuri- Emma Jane Ezelle. i few years you'll find that south .

day's edition under the caption, Florida ain't gonna have no corneron Will Be

"Miracles Sometimes Happen." PATRICIA ANN BAILEY progress and '.deTelopment.And .

The accident occured at the corer CELEBRATES 7th BIRTHDAY II the thing I like best about ProsecutedClewiston

of Beaver and Laura Streets. in ; ; f2Hu FLORIDA this section is the people who inhabit -

Jacksonville] when a heavy produce Patricia Ann Bailey celebratedher I it., They are just about as fineas

truck on its way to Baltimore' with seventh birthday with a partyat you can ask for. They take you

seven .tons of produce collided with her home Tuesday afternoon. A in like you were one of the family

the Plymouth coach driven by Wattsat group of girl friends were invited to and. make you feel right at horn r

the corner. The light car wa help her celebrate the occasion. They haven't learned about winter
A
pushed across the street by' the impact Games were played during the afternoon rates and cover charges and if they I The.

and the truck followed. The after which refreshments of hke you there just ain't nothin' too

truck ran up on the curbing and overturned ice cream and birthday cake were good for you. i

the top striking the top: served to: Grace Ward, Nancy The next bozo who says anything i)

of the Plymouth and almost flattening "I Wright: Joan Crouch, Mary Ellen i-lout dividin' the state, 'to me, b i
it. Mr. Watts on the side nearest Smith and Mary; Louise Thomas. gonna get a biff in the nose.
the truck was mashed down in hi. I !; Company

seat and six ribs were broken. There .

was at first a congested conditionin r4rfrrElrgrgrgqrr9qL7llrrqlti7dToo SUBSCRIBE TO THE :NEWS

the lungs and pneumonia was ..... ...N. .. .. ...... ..... ..... ..... If.?..
feared but this has cleared up. :Mrs. Late .To ClassifyBy a u J, : N N N.1 N N N. N.NN. .a1 .N. New ,

Brown was badly bruised all over

and the swelling of her knees indi- cRyssell KayirrarrrrrrrrrprrrrrUrrrrre i I 1Itt J TJ" J 1' j;
cated that they were crushed. How-

ever they are believed to be now : I
only badly sprained. :Mr. Watts' little There Is A Difference In

girl who was riding in the back seat If you haven't been out in West

escaped with only minor injuries.The Florida recently, take my advice and
driver' of the truck was arrested visit this part of the state. You'll be Stop at the FERTILIIZER.It's \

and given a hearing last week. surprised. It's a mighty fine section
Another hearing will be given in' De and if South Florida don't watch out Jiotelpotcieia Not What's on the tag,

cember. Watts is said to have had some press agent will come along \

the right-of-way over the truck. and start tellin' folks up north the But What's In The Bag.
truth about this wonderful countryand 212 3. B. 8ECQNK) APE: ) 1rE I

when that happens a lot of cus- J
Auto Mechanic Is- Special Brands For '
tomers won't ever get east of the .All Oa-Wkle Bear} AfitkBwth I : .,'_ \
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-- Suwannee. r Iff'atoe -
Don't ever let anybody tell you I MUCK SOIL .
(Continued From Page One) ;
that this section hasn't got plentyen COOL,. CLEAN, QV'lEW'QriHW. ; I .
where a number of X-Ray picture '
PEARCE
the ball. In natural beauty and FERTILIZER &: %.: '
were taken before the sliver of steel -
natural resources it don't have to \ .g Dia.Ry'ne s y SUPPLY CO.- .. .. '
could be located. It was plainly evi- '.
take its hat off to anybody and'all ,
dent from the front but the ,pictures Two bloak-s to ShoM, Theatre and Fort Fla. '
it needs is a little high pressure pub- Myers,
failed to show how deep it had pen- Business Section..
licity and start boomin' like a six f
etrated. Finally by taking the pic- teen inch :gun. I I I Save money by,buying direct from -'' ... i)
tures
on angle the depth was esti-
The new Golf Coast Highway is ..,, RATES ,
mated and on Thursday the oper- factory.
I
a honey and it ain't gonna take folks
ation was performed. The steel was '
long ,to find it out. In the meantimebig $1.50 Single
removed without great difficultyand
industries are comin' into this I B. R. ALDR.ON
the operation, while very delicate -
territory and before folks down in 2.50 Double '
said to have been
was successful Factory Representative
the south end of the state realize it

to complete and Waldron'well recovery. on the road they're' gonna wake up and find the Special Family, Weekly .& I Box 1 127 LaBelle, Fla.

center of population ain't a rioI' Monthly nates01'
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south as they thought it was.
Bean Prices Fall- S. D. McOREARY
Pensacola is a peach of a town Proprietor
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I bage market and has estimated that
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the price will be very good during "

those two months for anyone lucky

en" ngr to have a crop coming off WHY 1 .

at that time. He has more than one SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

hundred. acres, its reported.
Government reports this week
DUSTSprayed _
state that with the exception of the

t snap' bean and potato crop in the ,

; .Everglades that other truck crop
j i are in fair to poor condition in other Beans Record Dividends of I

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I parts of the state whe (both :: .' '. '! r. '
e heavy ;' Clewiston Home Building Association
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i rainfall Will ;
and drought have done considerable Give You .
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fI f Bigger Yields ; RATE RATE

I CLEWISTON DEFEATS PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
, :MOORE HAVEN SUNDAYThe I II
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i, Experience has demonstraleithat CjJr.YEAn 1 1928. 5.5. 1 1933 6 .
the
I average acre of beam I 0 ;
Clewiston diamondball team :
1929 7 1934 6
defeated Moore Haven again last sprayed with 'Sl focide will jieh

" Sunday in a thrilling pitching duel as large a crop as two acres(lusted I ., 1930 ", '. 4 1935 : 6

between Daniels for Moore Haven with Sulfur, as it Rives for I -. '
1 1931 1 -t. ;:4 1936 -, 6
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and Coach I .,..,. ,,.. .
Morrison for the local more successive pickings. If jotdon't J' ; t 1' ... "" .
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team. The game was a scoreless battle believe it-try it!, Thenyou'll ,,t( 1932 ,:, "': .' 6 : ";
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through eight .
innings with headsup '
realize that no longer car : ; "
baseball '. I
being played byboth you afford to seed, plant, cultivate ,
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teams. ;. ,
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fertilize and dust two acre I
In the ninth the Moore
Haven de-
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I to save the spraying with Sulfo I CfcfLL BY THE HOMEBUILDING
!: fen ,weakened and a couple of costly -
f errors combined with some timely cidc on only one acre! 0l'FfeE FIRST '

f-"' four hits runs by the t local batsmen, put Conunence prajiii with Sulfo, Invest your savings for safety and; good THING 'TOMORROW' AND
across the plate for
! the cide 1 to 200, just as jour beam
'r., 4-0 shut-out. return. Home Building has never paid
come through the ground. Kee TALK. THINGS OVER.

the Clewiston Moore Haven will diainond play Sebring next Sunday on- new growth covered and spray especially dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ,

afternoon at 2:15.: this being the just after picking. Star In these days of reduced interest on savings -. .:

first game of a scheduled double- feprajingjour- tomatoes, pepper* '.
other '
and reduced
returns
accounts on '
header which will ,see the Moore and egg plants in the seed bed. ,

; ,x* haven team against the Sebring I The best dealers in Florida sel forms of investment Home Building ,offers ; ; > '

; team in the nightcap. Sulfocide. It will pay you to in. the conservative, thrifty investor the investment r ". ,

TWO INJURED WHEN cist; on having it. Ask for helpfu best suited to his needs. In- ,

r i CAR-OVERTURNS HERC I Spray.leaflet; ", "Sulfockle the Bent I I vestigate Clewiston Home Building Ass I)


A Dodge sedan driven by L. N.- B. G. Pratt ciation; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME
Company
Giles overturned! twice Sunday nighton little $5.00 month much
as per or as as
the road between the Barracksand 50 Church St., New YorkSULFOCHDE BUILDING 1 I I
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the sugar house with minor in- .. 1000.00 i in a lump sum, you'll find a ASSOCIATION

t' juries to :Mr. Giles and another occupant Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.

.., of the car, Mrs.. Camilla Bak- PHONES 141)..-103
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.t.; The car is said to have been The Bean /'

,,: \ lug considerable speed when mak-I Spray t ." '. : 1 .-,..
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