The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00495
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00495
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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A group of scouts from the Clew- --

iston Troop enjoyed a two day and Sebring Firemen will meet
STUARTON night camp at Lake Worth, return- TAKEN NEAR the Clewiston Kiwanians on the local MONDAY WITH FULL .

ing to Clewiston Friday night. They diamond-ball field tonight, the \

WAY TO LAKEThe Arthur were accompanied H. King and by Curtis Scoutmaster Taylor HERE IN HOLD-UP I game weather between permitting.the two A teams scheduled was CORPS OF TEACHERS

and were the guests of Trevlyn A. called off because cf rain a coupleof --
Moltz while at the beach.
dredge "General", which left I Two unmasked negro men stageda weeks a-ro after the Clewiston With a full corps of teachers and
Included in the were Wilbur -
group boys made the to
trip Sebring.
With an enrollment showing a slight
Norfolk on September 19th was re- McGeehee, Bobby and Dicky shortly-after-dark hold-up about a ;
The Vero Beach team cancelledthe
increase over last year the Clewis-
poVted at Stuart this week, prepar- Patterson, George Bestor, Jimmy mile from the business section of
Okeechobee via % game that was scheduled for last ton school opened Monday morning
enter Lake
ing to
Harrington, ,James Wynn, Charle'sRoberts Clewis Wednesday night and relieved -
the St. Lucie canal. The "General"is and Jimmy Rogers. Friday night here. with opening exercises in the audi-
the largest dredge to enter, Lake Thomas D. Nobles of his torium being attended by numbersof

Okeechobee, and her stacks and Chevrolet coach and $21.001n cash. parents and friends of the stu-

spuds are being removed in preparations ; The ,hold-up occurred between LATHAM IS LOW dents.B. .
to the trip through rather I C. I. D. INVOLVEDIN 715; and 7:30 as Nobles was driv- E. Herring, assistant principal,
Close quarters. The dredge draws 9 was In charge of the program. Miss
ing fh to town from his home near Mae Drew led the in the sing
feet of water and was towed down BIDDER ON LOCKHURRICANE -- group
the Atlantic Seaboard from Norfolkby LITIGATION Hooker's Point. At a point in the ing of "America, the Beautiful", Mrs.K. .

the Arundel corporation, owner, I road near the canal crossing an old S. McMullen at the piano. A brief
has been GATEThe devotional was led by Rev. N. H.
from whom dredge
the BY BONDHOLDER Ford sport model coupe of 29 or
i leased the government. Schaaf, who also made a short talk
by '30 vintage, was parked in the roadso
The General will be put to work in to the pupils.Mr. .
that he was forced to stop. As
division, 2 near Belle Glade, where The Caloosahatchee Improvement E. H. Latham company, of Herring intorduced the teachers -
extensive preparations have been District, embracing lands in Lee, his car came to a halt, one negro Toledo, Ohio, with a bid of approxi- many of whom were members

made for her arrival along the levee Hendry and Glades counties, is again appeared from the weeds on the mately $466,000 was apparent low- of last year's faculty. They include

I route which the 24 inch suction Involved in litigation. An attack canal bank and another came back vidder on the construction of a com- Miss :Mae Drew, teacher of the first

.: dredgerwill fill in. against the "local" law passed by from the parked car. Faced by a bination hurricane gate and lock grade; Mrs. Elta Prewitt, second
;:' The General is a sister ship of the the last legislature prohibiting the pistol on ,each side of his own car,, structure at Moore Haven, the larg- grade and part of third; 1\1iss'Lucile
: \, .- Welatka, which has done such ex- assessing of any further debt charge Nobles was instructed to "Stick 'em est concrete structure on the Lake Hampton, who teaches part of the

e( : cellent, work on levee construction taxes on the property in the district up". As he raised his hands, he replied Okeechobee project. third and all of the fourth grade;
{ near Moore Haven. The two dredges and reducing operating expenses and "What is this?", but the ne- The Latham company is just com- Mrs. Agnes Thomas, fifth grade;
r.. were constructed by the same manufacturer salaries of the board members has groes, said "never mind" and from pleting a contract involving the con- Miss Livonia Congdon, sixth grade.
and apparently "cast from been instituted by S. W.. Sells, holder then on it was action. One of them struction of four hurricane gates on The high school teachers include
.w:, the same mold". At present there of some $31,000 of the district's pulled him from the car, and they this project; and was a few weeks Miss Eva Green, Miss Vilma Rhodes

are a number of differences, due to $100,000 worth of bonds. took all the money from his pockets, ago awarded contract for the con- Mrs. Gertrude McMullen, B. E. Her-

changes in the dredges since their Mr. Sells, through his attorney, about $21, and drove away with the struction of the St. Lucie' canal spill ring and George V. Stanley, princi-
construction. The General has been R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers, has undertaken ways. The company has maintained pal.Mr.
provided with more powerful motors -I to'' force, the district to levy car.Nobles hurried into town and gave headquarters, office for the lake Stanley made a talk to the

and has a 24 inch intake and a sufficient taxes to take care of the the alarm, but the negroes were out project in Clewiston, with field of- students and parents, outlining the
22 inch discharge. liquidation of the bonds at par. The of sight and could not be located. fices near the locations of the gatesat aims of the school for the coming

The General is scheduled to be- : bonds have been on sale for a small Next morning the car was found un- Clewiston, Miami Locks, Belle term. Due to the crowded conditionof
gin work on the levee on October10th percentage of their par value. The harmed on the road between Hook- Glade and Canal Point, and the per- the school some reorganization
and it is expected that the board of the district is divided on er's Point' and Harlem, near the sonnel on the lake job is well-known I and changes were necessary. Miss

difficult trip through the St. Lucie the stand the district ,should take; railroad. Evidently the robbers took through the Everglades. I Vilma Rhodes, who taught in the

will be accomplished by that time.It two members, George W. Hendry of the car only to delay pursuit long Definite awarding of government elementary school last year, becamea
is not known here whether a Hendry county and Homer Hand of enough for them to make a get- contracts is a routine matter handled : member of the high school faculty

small portion of the General's crew Glades county, passed a resolution away. direct from the office of the War this year. Five elementary teachersare
will accompany her to this new job. withdrawing any defense of the suit. Constable Ed Butler is workingon Department in Washington so that caring for the first six grades,
However, the greater part of the labor The resolution at meeting the third grade being divided be-
was passed a the case, and is of the opinion several days ,elapse between the opening -
connected with the dredge's oporation i in the office of R. E. Kurtz, at that the men were either local men of bids in the Jacksonville tween Mrs. Prewitt and Miss Hamp-

: will be' done by' the levee torney for the opposition. Earl W. or from a near-by lake community.Mr. office ,and the award of bids. i It is ton. /-

I,' crew, which will number approximately -i Smawley Lee county member, of the Nobles got a good look at the customary for the contractor to be- Books, for the grades did not ar-

II 70 men, for 24 hour, 7 day a I board has opposed the resolution,I one nearest him, by light provided gin work within two weeks after the rive until Thursday, so.the workof .

I'. week operation. The unemployment i and stated that he was not informedof from the car's dash light, but the award of contract, so the first of the first week has been handi
: problem of the Everglades, if any the meeting until the other members other negro was not plainly seen. November should see work begin- capped. However, all books are now
: exists, should be largely solved by had arrived in Fort Myers and
:1 ning at the Moore Haven site. on sale at the Clewiston Drug company -
: the beginning of this and other op- that he was unable to atte d. and 'a -full -program of work
', Work Delayed On It is roughly estimate at the of-
, erations on the federal project. Under the "local law", the total fice of the Latham here will be: underway next week. Three
I A shifting of chief interest to the sum of $100 annually is allowed th company offered in
Road SurfacingMoore that from 250 to 300 men will be new courses are being
"'East Beach" of Lake Okeechobee secretary of the board, who is Mr. given employment by the construc- the high school this year; Democracy -
p -.I. will be 'brought about by the begin- Hendry. The original law permitted which is in
.;. tion of, the Moore Haven Lock. an elementary course
ning of the new levee and auxiliary $1200 annually for the secretary.The ( Haven Democrat) political economy, chemistry and
": work scheduled for the immediate district tax has been heavieston The surfacing of state road No.; solid geometry.The .

f future. Hendry and Glades county lands 67 which got underway last week Ford Broadcasts Clewiston school boasts an ex-
Paul H. Smith, of Haines City, which were supposed to receive the with Faulk and Coleman of Cocoaas cellent library, to which a numberof

I who received the contract for the major benefits from the works plan- contractors, has been delayed be books are added during the spring
! six drainage culverts to be construct- ned for the district but never carried cause of failure to receive an orderof Series GamesWhat and summer through the efforts of

I Ii. ed in the' levee route of the Eastern out. I I priming oil. The one car of oil the P.-T. A. and donations from

portion of "the lake will begin 'con- The suit of Mr. Sells was scheduled -I at hand was used up Monday and friends. Mrs. R. H. Collins did a
struction of the first of the culvertson is said to be the
another car has been expected every largest
for last week but was postponed great deal of work putting the books
':Monday morning. It is to be located indefinitely after the board's resolution day since. audience with the exception only of and magazines in good condition and

I near Port Mayacca and is not to contest it. It is probablethat Approximately two miles of the a presidential message are tuningIn cataloging them for quick reference.The .
known Culvert 10 A. on the exclusive Ford broadcastof
\ as a compromise will be undertaken. grade has received the oil prime enrollment by grades, is as
r A field office has been established the World's Series, which started
and will be ready for the asphalt follows:
at Indiantown which will October 3rd.
;. and slag as soon as these materialsare iPt Grade .................................... 29 -
.. vise the construction of the 17 spill- The colorful play-by-play story of
can'al. Senator Hodges received. It is expected to be 2nd Grade .................................... 21
ways along the St. Lucie B. F. each game is on the air via National
another week or two before any fur- 3rd Grade .................................... 18
Ingersoll is in charge of the Indian- Broadcasting and the Co-
: Spoke Here Today ther work is done in that connec- company 4th.Grade. ..-............m..m.......'... 24
town office. lumbia Broadcasting System, under
L 5th Grade :................................... 30 i
The, E. H. Latham company, tion.The sponsorship of the Ford Motor com-
t. grade finishing crew of the 6th Grade ............................!....... 19 r
"F' which received the contract for the I State Senator W. C. Hodges, of State Road Department has workedthe pany.Many 7th Grade .................................... 20 ..
spillways,' will begin shortly on their in Clewiston this Ford dealers have loud
k Tallahassee, spoke base over and have it ready for 8th Grade .................................... 16
V construction. morning in favor of the Homestead the priming coat as far as Three- speakers at their show rooms for 9th Grade _............:...................... 16

: Exemption Amendment which is to Mile canal bridge. Because of the the convenience of the public. 10h Grade .................................... 10
I. DETAILS ARE GIVEN BY be decided by voters in the general dry weather a sprinkling truck is The first two games were playedin llth Grade .................................... 5
STATE ON DUCK HUNTING election. used day and Bight to keep the base Detroit, October 3 and ,4; today'sgame 12th Grade .................................... 6
Senator Hodges, long a prominent moist and prevent it crumbling be- and the games of October 6th Total................................... 214
figure in state politics, is presidentof the oil is and the 7th will be played in St.
State Conservation Commissioner fore prime coat applied.It The building is so crowded, that
t' George W. Davis has given out a'I the Home Owners League of is said that the outfit used by Louis. Should the contest be in the the stage in the auditorium Is being
Florida, formed to campaign for the the contractor to the balance at the end of the fifth game,
( ". statement' explaining details of the spread oil will utilized as a class-room, ,and Prof.
laws. Florida passage of the Homestead Amend- between mile the series will wind up in Detroit,
duck hunting hunters complete a and a mile \ Stanley is still searching for a place
will be allowed to kill 12 mallards ment bill. Senator Hodges is makinga and a quarter a day if the materialis commencing October 8. for one of his high school classes,

'I in one day's shooting as long as they strenuous and whirlwind campaignof on hand and weather permits. which is small in number.A .-
do not kill any other kind of ducks the, entire state. His speech here FALL SALE AT GREENE'S STORE I program of intramural athletics
: during the same day. today was the second of seven sche- FLORIDA WILL HAVE will be launched with a view to interesting -
: Mr. Davis said he had received duled for today. They include Moore GREAT RACING SEASON Greene's Dry Goods Co., Inc., I as many of the students
l this information from the United Haven, Clewiston, Belle Glade, Pa- started their big fall salo today and as possible In wholesome recreation.

States Biological survey in Washington. -I hokee, Canal Point, Okeechobee and Tallahassee, Oct. 6,(FNSWalter according to Manager Greene have I Prof. Stanley also plans to sponsora

The Florida duck hunting sea- West Palm Beach.E'EHGLADES Donovan, secretary of the State put every item of their stock into regular space in the Clewiston

son will open- November 22 with Racing Commission predicts that this price' cutting bargain extrava- News in which school news and '
hunting limited to Thursday, Friday, LAWYER DIES Florida is to have its greatest rac- ganza. Lester Pickett, of Orlando, items of interest from the school
=, Saturday and Sunday of each week. AT PALM: BEACH OFFICEElvin ing season this winter. He stated arranged the sale and a truck equipped will appear each week. It is expected -

that he anticipates state revenuesfor with loud-speakers and covered that the plans will be sufficiently -
SAFE DRYING A. Bass, 29, formerly of the forthcoming season, of 120 with signs advertised the sale over complete thai the next issue of
Pahokee and recently of West Palm days, to exceed those of last year. the surrounding territory during the the News will carry; the school's con-
Beach died suddenly of a heart attack Two horsp tracks both in the first part of the week. tribution. '
The most senseless battle of in his West Palm Beach office I Miami area, will be in operation this In this issue we carry a three-
ern civilization is the motorists', mod-I I Saturday at noon. winter. If Jacksonville and St. Pet- I quarter page advertisement listing God Almighty first planned a gar-

I. ,. tie for right-of-way. Few ever Mr. Bass was town attorney of ersburg approve of the proposednew a few of the many bargains. Mr. den. And, indeed, it is the purestof
but the victims of serious accidentsat Pahokee, and was well-k now n tracks in referendum vote, in I Greene stated that he has cut the
human pleasures. It is the
greatest -
Intersections are still among the through the Everglades section, hav- these communities, there will be ten prices deep and extends an Invitationto
. '! 'largest factors in the annual automobile .. ing served for two terms as repre- dog tracks in the state this winter. the public, his friends and customers -T refreshment to the spirits of

; ,, .....#.. accident record. sentative in the legislature. I'Should the tracks in these two cities to visit the store during tho, man; without which buildings and
!' The law says that the automobile The deceased is survived by his fail to be approved, there will be sale and shop for their fall and wint- palaces are but gross handiwork:
t y :": : .*. first entering: the Intersection hast parents, Capt. and Mrs. T. A. Bass I eight dog tracks operated. Brevard ter clothing ""requirements. and a man shall ever, see that when
the right of wa)'. But if two drivers of Pahokee, by his widow and two II county recently voted favorably on a ages grow to civility and elegancy; ,
r' decide simultaneously to disputer children, and four sisters and two track... Nations who neglect the earth are men como to build stately gardens
." issue, the argument can',end only l brothers. Funeral services were conducted I i doomed to decline. Mother earth in:* sooner than to garden finely: : as if

'rrt\ in a drawswhich: means a collision) 'I Wet nesdar in West PalmBeach ., Cooperate always and go alone exorably rejects the chldreq| who ref gardening were the greater pert c,
6 ,: 1a and wreckage when you need to,-Dr, c, B, Smith! ject !lier'-! > : UQP',--Jac on. J \. .. ; .

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that "peace and security cannot be organized BARON VON VIESNERIf

News Review of Current on the basis of shifting sands Hen Denied Eggs;

and verbal promises." It should be ( LA:., b b ;'{] PheasantsSan
established, he said, "that any stateis Adopts

Events the World Over entitled to demand reasonable se- Jose, Calif.-.Maternal In-

curity .from its near and remote neigh stinct rampant. -That -was the de-

bors." This,. however, should never be scription of the activities of,a hen

interpreted as distrust, Litvinov added. owned by Edward, Haley, who reported -

Next day, after a debate on plansto y ''sr. that the hen, when not allowed A}
end the war between Paraguay an'd to wandered _
Lindbergh Baby Kidnaping Brought Near Solution by set on ,eggs,
Bolivia, spokesmen for Russia
prIvately away into the woods and proudly

Arrest-President's Board Offers Plan for asserted that the danger of war In / '' returned with six wild pheasant
; the Far East has lessened;! relations chicks. It was believed the hen

Settling the Textile Strike. between Japan and Russia having Im- killed the mother pheasant: In order

proved. to hatch the brood.


By EDWARD W. PICKARD NOME, the once famous gold city

Alaska, lies inn ruins, having
by Western Newspaper UnIon. BABE TRAVELS FAR
been swept by flames with damage

estimated at $3,000,000. Four IN OBEYING ORDERS
the arrest of Bruno Richard strike, submitted to the union's execu- hundred ....
WITH persons were rendered
in New York city, the tive council the question of having the homeless, and 4cfIP
most of the food
government agents and state police,appeared workers return to the mills pendingfinal supplies were burnedup. q ,
to be well on the way toward arrangements. Relief vessels' with food, and medIcal Tot Enacts New Version. "A

solving the Lindbergh baby kidnapingand Immediately preceding these,developments and there supplies were rushed to the place Message ,to Garcia."
was no fear of :
murder mystery. The prisoner a the mills had been reopening

German alien thirty-five years old, was I under military protection, and In consequence government at Washington granted
$30,000; in direct assistance Mipepla, N. Y.ThreeyearoldGeorge :
I and
nabbed after he had given to a filling the strikers had resumed :
station man a $10 gold certificate that their acts of violence. There were numerous other relief measures. The citizens If Archduke Otto and his mother sistent.. To Flaherty his infant is determined mind per '
were hurriedly parental'commands
was found to be part of the ransom bloody encounters, between procuring lumber.and Empress Zita, are permitted to return
other materials In the must be obeyed. Thus, In
paid the kidnapers by Dr. John F. Con- them and National Guardsmen in New hope of at least I to Austria and perhaps ,to 'power, thej
partly rebuilding the before three-year-old George, the "message toGarcia" ,
don-"Jafsie"-over a cemetery wall England, New York, Pennsylvania, city it IB may thank Baron Kirt von Wiesner >
isolated by winter Ice. had a thrilling new version the-
in a vain attempt to get. the baby re Georgia and the Carolinas. In Con- their personal ,representative in Vienna ,
day. It began with :
turned. In Ilauptmann's garage in the necticut the disorders abated and the and the director of monarchist activities an. orange
Bronx the police found $13,750 which state troops were being' demobilized. JAMES A. MOFFETT, federal hous- "Take this to your father upstairs,'"

also was identified as part of the $50- Carrying out his plans for extendingthe commissioner, announced that commanded the child's mother, hand-

000 Jafsie had paid. Then ,circumstantial strike to. all branches of the tex on November' 1 he would begin releasing Ing him the orange.
tile funds for the construction of at CHARGE OF GAGGING Obediently little George took the-
evidence rapidly was gatheredto industry, Gorman sent out orders
least million orange upstairs, but 'did find his
prove Hauptmann was one of the for 20,000 dyers to quite their Jobs. a new homes. MORRO CASTLE MEN no.t
Concerning the home father. George 'grew determined, persistent -
guilty men, and he was partially identi- The union workers were still en-

fied by Doctor Condon, as well as by a raged at Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, :NRA repair phase of the program, the \ ; parental orders must obeyed..

taxi cab driver who said the prisonerwas administrator, for his attack the administrator declared that, more than He squared his shoulders, trudgeda
on 1,000 communities have Threatened With Black List full mile to the. store where his
set ,
the' man who gave him $1 eleven strike at a meeting of code authoritiesIn up or are
days after the kidnaping to carry a New York. He charged that the setting up committees to direct the Say Sailors. father works; but Papa Flaherty, was I
program locally. He not there. Again the three-year-old tot.
predicted that
note to Jafsie. walkout was In "absolute violation" of by

Officials of the department of jus- an agreement, made by the United Tex- Thanksgiving more than 5,000 municipalities New York.-Federal authorities 'investigated started out.: lIe walked another 'mile,'
tice announced hand- will_ have established such committees then another, to places he figured his
that Hauptmann's tile Workers, with the government last a charge that members ol father
writing tallied with that of ransom June. This the union leaders flatly de- the crew of the Ill-fated Morro Castle might be. Hours slipped by.;

notes sent by the kidnapers. nied, and they demanded the resignation Financial support, he said, has come had been threatened with the black lis' police, summoned by a frantic mother,

Police Commissioner John B'. O'Ryan, of Johnson. Gorman said : from 7,000 banks, and such loans have should they tell the truth about th began searching for George. They

who made the official announcementof \Ve. will not join In submitting any been made In all states but three. disaster. found him that evening, tired, still q

the developments jointly for New "From field renorts we estimate that clutching the orange. "Don't stop me,
Issue to the NRA as long as General The charge was gIven to United
York and New Jersey authorities as Johnson is administrator or occupiesa one million dollars a day of loans are States Attorney Martin Conboy'by Wil I'm taking this to daddy," he said.

well as for the federal Department of position of determining, Influence in being made under our plan ; and fromexperience' Ham L. Standard, counsel for the Ma Back to the, store, this time with police -

Justice declared that Ilauptmanu' ad- the recovery administration. We said In past community modernization rine Workers' International union, who George went; this time he found
mitted under severe questioning that he campaigns we are sure that his father ,and delivered the orange.
ought to resign and we meant it. promised to produce sailors who would
he had been employed as a carpenternear double that amount of cash business' This childish exploit recallsthat'
Since that is our view, we could not testify to the threats. Conboy, '.who
the Lindbergh home at Hopewell. Is being done." : another persistent messenger, a man
join In any submission to the NRA has been conducting the grand jury in
O'Ryan also asserted that police had while he has the power to make ,NRA vestigation of the burning of the Ward who became a nation's hero. He was
established that Hauptmann had had Lieut. Andrew S. Rowan, U.S.A., now
decisions. isthe third
TOBACCO'which largest liner with the loss of 134 lives, said
access to the lumber yard in which If present plans States has always the lieutenant colonel, retired, of' San
are carried ,out, a charges would be. given to his aid
lumber was found bearing a peculiar of been without Francisco. In 1S9S, when war broke
quarter a million cotton garment an organized futures for investigation.;
mark, similar to that found the out between the United States and
workers will go on strike throughoutthe market. But it has one now, After a four-hour inspection of the
ladder left at the scene of the kidnap for the New York Spain over the Cuban situation, It was
country on October 1. This strikeis Tobacco Exchange, ruined hulk on the beach at Asburj !
ing. Hauptmann, he added. is in this called, according to the union leaders Inc.,' on Broad street, has opened for Park, N. J., Dickerson N. Hoover deemed necessary to advise Gen. Ca-

country illegally. He is married and because the manufacturers refusedto business after two years of prelimi- chairman of the Commerce depart lixto Garcia, head of revolutionary

has a ten-year-old son. comply with NRA's order to reduce nary organization work in which the ment's investigating board, said the examination OJbans; of America's intervention, to
Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh, who federal secure his co-operatiqn. But Garcia was
weekly. working hours from 40 department of agriculture co showed "no indication as tc
were in Los Angeles, were. said to have to 36. operated. the cause of the fire." in the mountainous hinterlands. To

known In advance that the':arrest was The co'ntract basis Is United States He stated that he had found nothing reach him a personal messenger would

expected. They secluded themselvesand ONE of the sharpest thorns in the standard flue cured type 12, grade B4F. to change his original opinion that the have to be sent... Who would be that'messenger
would say nothing for publication. There ? "There's a man named
are nine 'pes'and
of the Roosevelt administration numerous I. flames might have been confined'to the "
Rowan '
will not be in the next congressto grades deliverable under specified differentials writing room where they were dlscov- suggested Maj. Arthur L.
FEDERAL JUDGE \V. CALVIN give \ under the form of Wagner. President McKinley sent for I
pain to the New Dealers. contract .ered if the. fire door leading from thai
*' CHESNUT of Baltimore handed James M. Beck of that has been adopted. The unit of room to the lounge had been closed. Rowan, handed him a letter, commanded -

down an opinion holding that the farm Pennsylvania, leading trading Is 10,000 pounds and quotations He added that the..Investigation showed I him to "take it to Garcia"Lieutenant

moratorium amendment to the federal authority on the Constitution are In cents and five one-hun- only one fire door which even looker Rowan did not ask where 1

bankruptcy act passed by congress has an- dredths of a cent per pound. Delivery as though it had started to close. Garcia might be, but started out. He ...!.

last June is unconstitutional. This nounced he will not points have been established to date Bayonne, ,N. J.-The Bayonne city reached Cuba In four' days in an open
amendment known the Frazier- at Norfolk and boat, slipped past Spanish patrols
as seek re-election because Newport News, Va., commission has ordered a gold medal
Lemke and for three weeks squirmed In the Cuban
law, authorizes debt-ridden congress has Louisville, Ky. for George W. Rogers of Bayonne, -
farmers to go into federal courts become "a rubber fnctnoccoa. finnllv fn-nnA flm-fln
chief radio or the
operator juorrcCastle. ;
and reduce their obligations. The M ? ; r stamp." He had been NEW YORK'S city assembly has and delivered the President's message.:

Judge held that U violates the rightsof renominated, but pre- adopted a lottery ,scheme for the A resolution by the governing body

creditors as outlined In the fers not to, run. How- purpose of raising relief funds, a way cites Rogers for "displaying rarely Woman Tells of Being

fourteenth amendment to the Consti- ever, the administra- having been devised to circumvent the
equaled (courage by remaining at his
tution and that it seeks to supersedethe non- will--- not oe re- law. The business Marooned on Barren Isle
J. M. Beck men and the clergyare post and by his bravery helping to savg
rights of state courts. 1Ieved from his attacks -' protesting violently. many lives." Chicago.-Harrowing experiences 'of

The court pointed out that each for he Intends to continue themin three women and five men, maroonedfor

state has laws to' protect both the the courts. .
two, months on barren Chirlkof Is-
creditor and the debtor. The Frazier- "I am not retiring from public life," P RE HER MUSSOLINI repeatedly All Quintuplets land, former Russian penal Island off

Lemke act, It was stated, wiped Mr. Beck asserts that Italy wants no more .
away explains. "This is no time the coast of Alaska, were vividly related -
the war but he is taking no chances. In RecoveringCallander .
safeguards for creditors and for any citizen to lessen his activities by Hilda Dale Green at a lunchen -

amounted to confiscation of property. in defense of our form of government.I an order designed. to make Italy an Ontario.The Dionne of the Executives' club at the Ho-

t am retiring from congress becauseI "armed .nation" his cabinet has directed : quintuplets were believed to be wellon tel Sherman.

: PEACE the textile Industry was believe I can help in this great cause that all males above: the age of eight the way to recovery from Intestinal' Mrs Green, Chicago lecturer, was

sight after the President's more effectively In the federal courts, and below thirty-three, shall receive toxemia which attacked them an
:' special mediation board reported to where I have practiced for m9re .than military training.At caused fears they would not survive.All a week on the deserted Island but

him its plan for ending the bloody fifty years, than in'congress, where the that the same time It was revealed but Cecile were reported by Dr. I was forced to stay for nearly sixty

strike that has been minority is gagged and reduced. to Im- Italy's farming industry will be A. F. Dafoe, their physician, to be days, when the fishing boat Dorothy;

going on for weeks. potence. brought into strong national organIzation definitely improved. Cecile, the' heaviest which was to have rescued them, .sank.

The report was carriedto "Our form of government can only under the corporative state sys of the 112-day-old sisters, had a on the reef along the treacherous

,., Mr. Roosevelt: at be saved by restoration of the' Republican tem, to be inaugurated November 10. mild temperature and ,a little indiges coast

_ 1 Hyde Park by Secretary party to power, and I hope with The working class] will be welded together tion. Their two weeks' food supply con-

fs. of Labor Perkins my pen and voice to serve that party in one group and the owner-.
.. .. manager Class in anotherThe sumed, the party existed 'on meat.fromwild
and Gov. John> G. WI- as eiiectuauy" in ute ruins as iu con- classes will be united in the--central-- two-,- 30 Blasts- Greet -Move- cattle until rescued by the United

nant, chairman of the gress. States coast' guard cutter Tallapoosa .
board. It proposed the Two to Curb Terrorism on February 10, 1D34, Mrs. Green said. .

following' four point WISCONSIN'S state primary was bodies have major been national co-ordinating Havana.-The cabinet approved a Suffering from scurvy, icy winds and .
created for the '
program : because of rate sepa- new public order decree to tighten upon privation, the entire band became obsessed -

i 1. Appointment by the fact that the Democrats polled Confederation groups. These are the Fascist Cuban terrorism and got an Immediate with ideas of food and went to-1'

Gov. Winant the President of a tex the. largest vote by a wide mar- of Agriculturists, for theownermanagers loud answer in bomb explosions bed early every night In order to have

tile labor rela t i Ion s gin, the La Follette Progressivesand federation of and the Fascist Con- all over Havana. :More than thirty (longer hours to dream of delicious des-

board of three members to settle all the Republicans trailing. The If Italy does Agricultural Workers. blasts ,were counted, starting In the serts and other delicacies as a relief
questions of have a war in the near
union Democrats re-nominated Gov. AlbertG. .
recognition at the from their daily meals of meat she-
future, it Is I Vedado section of the city while the ,
likely to be
several textile mills and Schedeman with. Jugo-
i to handle all vigorous supporterof slavia. Just cabinet was still In session. None added.,
other employer-employee disputes in the New Deal. lie will be, opposed now the two nations are /
caused serious Two
the industry. : by Phil La Follette, who receivedthe quarreling bitterly. Mussolini Is espe- damage. persons

2. An Investigation by the Department Progressive nomination without cially vexed because Jugoslavia is har- were injured. Soviet Woman ,Sings in

of Labor and the federal trade contest, and Howard T. Greene, Republican the boring border 2,500 Austrian Nazis close to 2-Mile Parachute Leap
commission of the textile who defeated former Governor not curbing their plans
industry's Barring
for another putsch. Mncr'nw. -Soviet women twice have
ability to meet the higher Zimmerman and J. N. Tittemore.
pay- Widow From GraveSan broken world's records for parachuteJumping
ments which the unfon is John N. Callahan, former national :
chief of the leaping from planes almost
3. A moratorium on the "stretch- committeeman, was named for the sen- CA. cotton pro- Francisco Calif.-Leaving a ,
section of two miles above the earth.
out" system, whereby, the union ate by the Democrats, and John B. ministration ad- note which the police said stated "1 :
announced SonIa Busheva jumped from a plane
that the third
claims, employers are adding to the Chappelle was the unopposed choice of cotton do not care to put In any more year ;
"parity" payment due in of the civil airfleet at Tnshino airport -
De- ,
work load of their Senator fighting," Earl
employees; during the Republicans Robert M. cember E. McLean, forty-four, a
would be combined with the fell more than a mile before she
1 the moratorium the textile labor relations' La Follette, Jr., was of course nomi-. second rental retired navy man, hanged himself In
payment and that both the parachute, and descended
board' shall appoint 'a textile nated by his new party.. his home here. The note directed that opened
would be
work distributed In October. The about half a mile to the ground.' ,
assignment control board to widow receive all his property,
plan thus
total to be
paid out will approximate Her record was broken by Nina '
a permanent control of "the stretchout. :: was duly admitted to mem- $72,500.000. but that "she remain away from my
Kamneva, eighteen, who fell a mile-
4. An Investigation by the Department in the League of Nations, funeral and not at any time visit. my
of Labor into the various classi only three votes in opposition being grave." and a half before opening her par-
LAWSON LITTLE, a husky San a fall of 5S
fications chute during seconds. She '
of work in the textile industry cast, and then was given permanent -W Francisco '

and. the wage scale for each classicficatton. seat In the council of the league.' Maxim -. plished the feat of youth capturing, has accom-Brit- Kills Family and Self in pulled the the air. ripcord when only 1,000. feet,

Litvinov, Soviet commissar for for- lish and American national Fort Morgan, Colo.-Using a singletree ,she
President amateur She said sang at the top of her
Roosevelt was eign affairs, pledged his nation to work
highly to
golf championships in This deal the death blows, Roy her
season. during fall,
pleased with lungs finding this the
10,000-word the
through for
report 01'the league world peace. has been done only Regel, farmer, living 15 miles south- '
board1 twice before. Lit- best of relieving pressu-r ,
and way on her \
it would expressed his hope that Declaring flatly that Russia would tle easily defeated David Goldman, of east of Brush Colo., killed his wife eardrums. Paradoxically her '"
show tune ,
the was
way to end the give 'up no attribute of its social r'
sys'tem Dallas, Texas In the finals of the and two,children and then hanged himself
strike. F. J. Gorman, leader of the Litvinov warned the assembly national the aviation march, ."Higher and ,
t tournament_ at Brookline, Mass. on a windmill Higher." .





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f '" THE f'T.'EWTRTmM N1 .\VC. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1934



have a penchant for sneering

( : Flame of the them.fatal at the fascination vanity But did of you women a mirror ever and see holds cite a man the for

Border pass up a mirror? And did you ever

study his maneuvers? If he thinks

he's alone he'll give his visage the

once over and
t register complete approval -
I of the reflection. But If there

r; :' Is anyone around, he behaves in a

I By VINGIE E. ROE thoroughly masculine manner. If he

: Copyright Doubleday Doran & Co., Ino. Isn't making ostentatious efforts to

:1' ,. \ WNU Service straighten his cravat, he's touching

a portion of his face gingerly: with a
: SYNOPSIS when the tide of life In her seemedat "No finger,
'" Because you had to Because and Babs pretending he Is studying a
,/ low ebb with ,had long been asleep, but
all the monstrous labor If you double-cross] cut Inflicted while shaving. Which
11 the Seeking Hands death to escape dishonor at and the strain of human suffering "Hush 1 I'm here now. Let's talk fora slowly waited In [In the dark'patio, rocking ought to,prove that women are more
of the
a drunken desperado, fringed hammock.
f about, that she came face to face with little while If They honest than men.-New York
.: Sonya Savarln allows herself to be rescued as we were two ordinary exchanged low Sun.
o Starr Stone once again. She had spoken words and went
by her Just
suddenly repentant at- people, nothing between us together Into the,
. tacker. The girl is a selfappointedphysician ridden down the sounding aisle of Tall to prevent You're'orkIn' silent house. '
yourself to
r' to the Navajo Indians, living canyon to come out on the dusky levels death," he said As Lila] struck a light she looked
t' on an Arizona sheep ranch with her searching her face across Its If feel lowdon't
.1 : brother Serge, his wife, Lila, and their when she saw him. Un d'Oro stood with anxious eyes.' tiny flame" at Sonya."You've you -

i small) daughter, Babs, She Is engaged like a statue against the great wall's "It's nothing. My\ part In life. A good seen him, she said. be diSouraged-remember,
t to Rodney Blake, wealthy New Yorker, lip, a dim and shining shape of gold, one, a great one." At Tall' canyon." loss of strength... sleeplessness...
but her heart I Is with the friendless and the in his That was all and the two women
man saddle
held his ncrvousncss..paleness...lack of
Navajos and she evades a wedding. "Maybe. But you're a woman, and ,
went their
Sonya hat In his hand and looked at her ways on soft fee :1n appetite...and general run-down I
pulls little Moon, wife of Two so sweet, so beautiful I'm afraid for That '
Fingers, a Navajo, through the crisis steadily. you." meeting tin :the dusk Hat Tall condition quite often maybe traced'

'\. .of an Illness Two Fingers Is deeply Sonya looked back,. and such a light canyon's lip was the, beginning of a directly to low blood strengththatIs

grateful. Sonya again meets the man broke on her tired face as should have "Don't be. I won't die Nothing could strange and pregnant time. Two days the red corpuscles and vital oxy-
whose "
advances she had kill me-now. *
repulsed on later gen-carrying hemo-glo-bin of the
Lone humbled It humbled Sonyaf wringing hot cloths from
Mesa. He tells her he bitterly any man. this one "Why ?" blood are below normal
regrets his action Sonya Is affected, to the very dust, beholding. now a steaming water-basket on a, hogan's
but unforgiving. "Because," said the S.S.S. is the great, scientificallytested -
She hears rumors of "Starr Stone !" she cried softly In girl gravely, sandy floor, looked up as a shadow
a Border bandit "El Capitan Diablo" "I've got a fight ahead. A fight to take darkened the medicine for restoring this
the silence. "Oh doorway the east
a.nd'agucly connects him with her ,, Starr Stone! You blood content: Its benefits are
from progressive
attacker. On Lone Mesa she again have come back !" you whatever holds you, and I'll]] Starr Stone
comes When'he upon the strange young man "I'd ,come back from hell's edges," do Starr It. We've" just begun-you and I, graceful ]lengtfc against the lintel. during. By all means try it for better '

misconduct reiterates, she Indicates his sorrow over his he said soberly, "Miss Savarin. I Stone. "Is there ai-Ything:; needing to be health and- more happiness.'

.; :'.1 and urges him to abandon forgiveness his life of can't help myself." Her face was like a flower of the done that a hutfcy man can do?" he :Unless your case Is exceptional,you

d 1 . lawlessness.] From concealment Sonya "1 don't dusk, beautiful and dim, but filled witha asked soberly. '''Water to bring, woodto should soon enjoy again the satis-
want to she said
you ,
;, witnesses the transference of objects stern courage, a white fire of the get?" faction appetizing food..sound
f :: from an airship to her attacker. At a swiftly. "Never. You must come tome spirit His hand on hers closed : sleep..and renewed strength.
tJ -dance sfie tight "Plenty, said the
demands -alvvaj girl quickly.
that 's
he tell
her hi" Do
not be blinded
by the efforts of
ly. Slowly he leaned toward &
1 i name. He says he Is Starr Stone, that She had stopped a few feet from her and "Both of those. Every one in this fam- few unethical dealers who may suggest
his mother believes him dead, and Sonya leaned to meet him, his is eubatitutes.You have
that eyes ly down except the tw*> littlest chil. i a right to
be goes by a different name in this him, and' the man reined close beside his breast, his lips. In the darkening dren." : insist that S.S.S.be supplied yon on

region. He leaves the dance with a her, lading a hand on hers, looking Into night she kissed him request.Its long years of preference
tall, 'fierce and knew she is your guarantee of satisfaction.
Mexican, with Without a word the
,"' whom he is her face as If he could not look had man turned and
mysteriously never kissed a man before. What
associated Sonya realizes deep His disappeared, and presently he was the world's
enough. blue
she dark
Is eyes were
r falling In love with a ,man she had given Rod Blake was pale with
whom she can only class as a renegade again with the spreading pupils, his friendship back two baskets of water. He .
to the
< compared tide of great bipodmedicine
;, and outlaw, and that she can never ,mouth grave. life which set them inside the door and went
engulfed her
marry Blake. now.
"Of away again, returning later with great Q
course know he'said
Then she
drew back
, pushed the
of the
bleached and
ply, "that I love straggly -
you. hair from her forehead.
i I. CHAPTER VI-Continued "Of course," she said. dead wood of the juniper scrub

Y. -10- "That I'm dust under your feet- "Strange," she said, "what life doesto which clothed the uplands here.: He Protect Your SkinBy

us against our will, In spite of allve've replenished the outside fire where UsinU1itienra
I nothing. Less than
But I
"What's want
wrong? It read. "Write or ever known, ever. desired, ever Sonya had been
stones for
you to know too that I love C
", shall take plane out by Friday Rod." you as a planned." the water-baskets, set the latter in to Soapeveryday

Sonya herself drove in late that evening "God, yes !" he echoed, "ever known, heat again, poured fresh water into
and sent her answer. ever planned !"
the basket at her elbow.

"Nothing but epidemic" ," she wired. "But we can fight back !" she cried. "An}thing to eat about?" he asked Made of for the their purest emollient ingredients and cleansing selected -

"Forgive me. Sonya. "We don't need to sink'under Its practically. i qualities, and containing the

And as she left the straggly small blows!" 1 delicate Cuticura medication it
.. "Very little. There was mutton two ,
!'. dot of civilization under the thin sickle V yf "To a certain point," he said. "Be days back, but the man's down and soothes,heals and protects against skin

of. a new moon she came yond 'that-no." troubles.. Cnticnra Soap should
upon a tiny $rz the woman, too, and the last went bad
cavalcade plodding In the desert's "Yes As long as there's life! 1 on me.' I carry cereals, but I'm nearly be kept in every household for the
daily use all the
I family. .
dust. Three
burros, their patient little know what the human soul Is made olts f out of those."

feet shuffling in the white sand, bore strength, Its courage. Men-and "0. I\.," he said briefly. "I'll fix Write the for care special of the folder skin.on

.''two packs and a rider, the latter a women too-have done great things, that. Address: "Cutlcura." Dept. 21S,

thin old man !In rusty black whose silvery against all odds, because of It. Strongmen I Maiden, Mass.
Sonya went on about her mInistra-
head shone in the dusk with strong women. Everyone falls.
tions, and In the course of an hour he
beauty. Only weaklings stay down. Anyonecan To the Altar
was with the dressed carcass of
Her heart pounding, Sonya drew up get up If he wants to hard enough. a freshly slaughtered sheep. Without A girl's Idea of the straight and
;'" beside him. If he has a reason. I'm your reasou." narrow path Is the bridal path.
comment he
put small pieces to
E [' 1j "Good evening, sir," she said. "Howis The man groaned audibly, an In- cook.

I all with you?" '''articulate word of despair.
I "This will do nicely," he said when
"Good evening, daughter," he replied."It J I II Then he bent down and laid his Sonya came out of the hogan. "I've Banish Freckles
Is well. The of the cheek her hand and his ,
peace desert upon claspedon hung the meat in the tallest scrub I

dwells within, especially at this time her pommel, a gesture of abasement could find back of the corral. WrappedIt Weather-Beaten Skin

of the day. There is healing In the of humble love that came too
a couple sacks. It's In good
twilight, and I late Weeks
contemplation. The soul QuickerIt
shade and should
[ cool out all righ't.What .
enriches Itself] with thoughts of the "If I had the world," he said thickly '

;r bounty of the Lord. And you?" "I'd give It all to be worthy to next?" is so easy now to clear away black-
r "We have "Nothing, she said. "But this Is heads freckles, coarsepess; to havesmootbwbite
sickness the make that"He
among you
priceless. new beauty. Just
Indians," she said gravely, "and much I straightened in his saddle, gath t ;. begin tonight with famous -
," work." ri And when, two hours later, Sonya 4 : :
ered his rein. ,,::U Nadmola: Bleaching ,.
"That's bad. rode out across the hot sage levels, k;<:<"" Cream, tested and 4
I hope you pray a good t :;"" .
"Come he said "I ;/
mustn't '
i deal?" keep' Starr Stone rode beside her on his t./: '. trusted for over a generation. .
you. Do you mind If I ride with you fl ),"":.,..>,>,. ':i:>. '. The minute you

I "Well," said Sonya' hesitantly, "yes, bit? It's, dark .enough-no one will golden"There's horse.no one hereabout but Navajos *,"l" t;+, ;, smooth it on, Nadinob;
SIT QO. -- f: :h berIns to cleaT. wh1tl"n"
LU ,
LU carryon. One "Oh, Starr Stone! You Have see you rIding with a man wnose head -
needs strength, you know." Come and they're few and far apart, :_.1y and smo'oth'your"skin.
Back!" a price. he said. "I think 'we won't be seen." \" Tan and freckles, muddy '
"Just so. Just so. And strength Once again the cold fear shot sallow color vanish
will come to you, never fear. Take better man could never love you. I through Sonya as she turned and rode "And what If we are? the girl asked" ."'''' y.r/' quIckly. You gee day-

that One now, that Blue-eyed One. don't love you-no. I worship you, out across the desert at his side. wearily. "Why should It matter? 'byday;; improvement until
I "We won't be. And you may need .'A.i<< .:," your skin is all]1 you long
I Three nights I could kiss th' of' : .' -'.
him print little
ago saw foot
by a little I your At a lift In the dark sage levels > for; creamy-white, eattn-;
1' stream, and he grasped my arm so in th' sand. You're a white angel on Starr Stone stopped and held out his me where "you're going, like you did smooth, lovely. No disappointments; j

I \hard it hurt The old, 'you know, my th' stairs of heaven, and! I'm a devilin hand."I back there. no long waiting for results. Homjy-

laughter, are soft In the flesh, without tit' pit-and hell itself Is In those have "Oh, I will. Conditions are pitiful In back guarantee. Get a large bo* of
resistance. And be separating miles, for a reprieve, he said simply, nearly all these lonely places. No wa- Nadinola Bleaching Cream at any toilet
asked me
. \ the of you, "for a certain length of time. I'll be in ter-no food-no wood. Everybody too counter or by mail, postpaid, only 50e.
r dark-haired doctor woman, and lie stopped, his voice seeming to die this country for its duration. Do NADINOLA:, Box 18, Paris, Tenn
r. you ill to them.
called on God for In get
: strength. Just so. his throat with the weight of its mind if I keep-coming bacKwhileit
"And what have been doing f
'God, he said, 'if I was strong enough !I' confession, then went on with an effort lasts?" you
:: Just so. They all about It?" he asked curiously.
come to the knees : "Oh," the girl said with
f of God a sudden "Getting them myself, wherever 1
daughter, sooner or ]later" "I come back to look at you becauseI catch In her voice, "you break
my could," she answered, "but It's beyondme
Sonya swallowed painfully. Her can't, stay away-and I forfeit my heart I What Is all this? What Is it?"
k I now. '. There's so much to' do, so
eyes felt blurred life
again with the excitement every time. I want you to know "Life's mistake-its sins-and

:. suddenly In her. that, as a proof, sort of." alties," he answered !lowly; "its grasp-pen- many sick." I've buried three people-

"Tell)) me," she said slowly, "tell)) me "I don't need proof!" cried the girl ing at straws, its compensations. May myself.She] looked at him with haggard dark

i i again-where was he?" wildly, "and I know that tool I Have I come if I'm careful?"
eyes In her worn ypung face, and the .l
The Servant waved an airy old known It ever since the night of the "Come !I" cried Sonya. "Any time, man looked quickly away."What's .

: hand, tine of line and yellow as parchment dance when you followed-when you any place i"! i
the doing
\ agency
followed And, wheeling Darkness
f' she rode ?" be asked. "What about the
"By a stream," he said "Yes-when 1 followed-and left you swiftly away to hide the
vaguely, "to sobs that schools? Haven't they got doctors?'"
the south. Three nights ago. Well standing there in the open floor like shook her.

r bid you good night, daughter, We must, I the yellow dog I was-and am !I" I' She came in late at home. Serge "Of course. But they've got their I
be getting on." hands full]] In their own vicinity. STARTINGwith

t He bowed politely, and the burros .,-T,-----,-.-.-,-,--,-,-..-,.-..-,.-,-.---,-.---'-.-'.:--,-",:,,-'---r-r, ,-:--- -',-;-,-,-.:--,-.-,-",-",-",-",-",----r-r, L""" We're so far away here-on the very
of the Reservation
pattered edge you know.
[. away. But I won't give up a single one of cleaned SPARK PLUGS
Radio Transmission
Sonya Affected
stepped on the starter by Sunspot
r bounced and them without a fight and the best oneI ,
ahead. Remove Oxide Coating with the
;j So.. He Cycle as Well as by Ultra-Violet can put up.
was 'in the country Rays
He When they passed the spot at the Spark Plug Cleaner and
be here, somewhere
Maybe Sometime canyon's lip where they had met in the Your Motor Starts Instantly !

tomorrow. Maybe next By sending radio Impulses to the and may carry electric currents of dusk, Starr Stone reached over and

day.from the The south winds that blew softly up outer regions .of the earth's atmosphere great magnitude, it was explained.The laid his hand on hers upon the pommel only 5c a plugNo

fanned her face with a far above the stratosphere, says electric conductivity of this .

i I perfumed fair breath ; the little moon was Popular Mechanics Magazine, physicists charged region, or ionosphere changes "Soul's covenant," he said ; "It was spark plug can escape oxide ,

! as a and maiden's brow; there were have found evidence that regular continually, and the variations affect that we made here. From everlastingto coating-the chief cause of hard

' i' of mystery the ecstasy In every shadow variations In 'radio echoes from this our daily lives.Longdistance. everlasting. No matter what comes starting. But a thorough cleaningby
f "radio roof of the world" are due to we'll remember the feel of the lIttle
transoceanic radio a Registered
, AC
I- the effect of ultraviolet] light or neutral communication would winds the look of the starlit sky: It Cleaning

t CHAPTER VII corpuscles from the sun. There these atmospheric not be possibleif will go with me to the end, wrapped lathe Station-is a "surefire"remedy..
charges not
,, .,. are however, striking abnormalities in dense enough to deviate the radio were wave center of my heart-Sonya.. Have your plugs

t.. ,In .' Soul's Covenant. obscure causes, according to Dr. Harry and turn it back toward the ground. "Sou-Vs covenant," said the girl tragically cleaned every 4,000
But the morrow came Rowe MImno and Dr. Ho D
and brought Pao Wang. Even "from everlasting to everlasting
at short
\ distances
.t, Its flying trips to this hogan and that, of Harvard university.For produce fading In broadcast reception Amen." miles Replacebadly .

and nothing happened but death and several years physicists and en- "ghost Images" In television, And they rode forward Into the dark worn plugs THE QUALIfY

'f. sorrow, and the sun went down and gineers have realized that the rare-: and are responsible for the slow alterations mouth of the shadowed aisle, the with New ACs. SPARK PLUG
,rose again on Sonya and her feverIsh fled good and the bad to that
gases In the outermost layers of In signal woman man,
strength noticeable
work. the earth's atmosphere normally possess at night. Radio transmission Is also selfless service of humanity which it j Look for the "Plug.inlh..Tub"i

: It was, at the end of another week, relatively large electric charges, affected by the sunspot cycle. the Immortal TO BE flame CONTINUED-In the mortal dross






The Clewiston News I ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:' wheezed the box,, worked but the, object lifted, of puffed their and attentions kids last one marchin folded off up to but school I still with see l 1.I :.(IRRRRRIRRRRuuarrRr9 JACK'S FAMOUS i.r:.

did not move an inch. FInally books under their arms and pencils II

the helper straightened up and behind their ears, and if there has M
Clewiston Dinners
Published every Friday in RAMBLINGS Chop Suey M
the legislature II
session of
NEWS, said between puffs: "I dont believewe been a special
Florida, by e
it pulled off so quick and ,
can-ever get-it out. was from 6:00 to 8:00 .

Inc. ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. "Get it out?" exclaimed the truck- quiet that nobody heard about it. : Tuesday :R

I trying to get it If taxes in this state were equitably II
man "Why, am \
Editor do STEAK
Bowden, you SPECIAL :
Keathley prosaic
are so
If you inExchange.! .' assessed and everybody, big and u
not know how Joyce Kilmer felt little, was carryin' his share of the a Dinners Thursday Night M
mail matter "Trees", come sit in .
Entered as second class when he wrote load this idea of exemptin' home- : ----, ---- r

February 1, 1927, at the Post my new living-room and drink in VVV. .". .H. V. .H. .H. .H. VVVV. : steads would never have been : Watanabe Hotel M
Florida, under of royal poincianas that Y
Office in Clewiston, the beauty thought of because nobody would II
3 1897. planted that the two large 2':: :: Mrs. F. It. Maxwell' !, Prop. M
the Act of March were so for their ; TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY have been payin' excessive taxes, but :
frames 1
windows are but with about twenty per cent of the II ....
rate $2.00 per year. They may be the reason why :i= :: R
Subscription ; beauty. I folks, and those the least able to do

Advertising rates .n application. newspapers; Worlds series and suchlike it, carryin' over half of the tax load
neglected. I like to sit and :: :: s.ma..aa.:0.
and are somethin" just had to be done aboutit.
Devoted to the advancement drink in their glory. ... r '" .
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.. *
and Hendry Boat An : V4> ..
of Clewiston tear for Dredge BY .
welfare Shed a has beenworryin' J
The little home owner
County. nie's Castles in would the write Glades.over Whata the :';::' ;ffi, ;J;!r RUSSELL M I{ :: and frettin' all his life try- New and UsedFURNITURE :;i:;

Kollum she _
'. where the was
in' to figure money
been sit arrival of the General. I'm not betting I. :.:..:. ;jp :i.: comin' from to pay his taxes. Now : |::

All you people who have the on the Cards or the Tigers, but vvvv. vvv.".vVVV. .H. V. .". he is to have the opportunity to get\ .;.

ting on the uneasy seat during I'd be willing 'to wager that Mrs. out from under and let the state,! ::.
much-publicized "storm season" are is sitting or standing in Well, I see where the mayor of ;.
Wallace and city officials try tearin'their :
smiling happily as you lookon location convenient to the St. North Miami is all broken out in county |== .
probably some hair and bitin' their nails for ;t BELLE
the calendar and see it's October. canal while the struggle to a cold sweat by the discovery thatif II
Lucie find can'tget :
while. When they
enter the General goes on. Maybe the poor dumb people of this state a it all from the small home owner l= FURNITURE COMPANY |:i=

Cheer up! You impatient folks she'll write us of the interesting pro- are so simple as to vote "yes" to longer, they'll probably find : .

who don't understand a baseball of getting the dredge through this ,question of relievin' their homes any a\\ :i:
cess way to smoke it out of a lot : Florida |
national game. his community won'thave Belle Glade
fan's devotion to the With no intention of even partially of taxation, folks who have been enjoyin' all : '

The World Series will soon be over filling the shoes that tramped so gravy enough left in the muni- benefits and privileges and escapin'taxation I :{: Next Door To Theatre :?:

and we'll have to go back to business faithfully over the whole levee job, cipal bowl to pay for haulin' away all these years. :

again. I did to take advantage out to the of McWilliams an invitation the Considerin'garbage. the fact that taxes in We don't need any sources of rev- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'.:..:.

The major accomplishment of the job and see it going on Mrs. Wallace this state have doubled in the last enue. We got plenty of were'to'em already,

seems to have like the boys oughtto so many that .if we really
yacht races this year has told us of it so interestingly ten years it looks f.

been that of adding a new word to that it was indeed a joy to see it be able to' move the refuse now-I! inforce the tax laws and make ............... .......... .................................................. ....... '..7'...
seldom havean still erybody pay who should pay, ev-\\ .
our vocabulary. And we first-hand and at close range. One adays in a great big way and

opportunity to work "luff" into impressed me (perhaps she have a couple of dollars left to play could exempt all the homesteads \
thing I
our conversation. described it; if so pardon the repi- heads or tails with.I \ never miss their contribution. I IKo'rlCE

the news menaftera ion) was the iron pipes sunk every stayed awake nights worryin'over Good FarmLand
Breaks for The explanation is the dismal outlook, as visionedby
500 feet or so.
dull season, a ser ELECTION"To
comparatively that in the finished levee, at regular 1: this troubled mayor. Then I got
ies of big happenings. Among intervals there is placed a four to scratchin' my head and figuredout the Sheriff of Hendry County, of
Dillinger's death-Morro Castle.- what they the State of Florida:
times bein'
and the with
I metal that
strike-Richard Bruno foot square sheet of Be it Known That I, R. A. Gray,
the textile pipe is put down to the metal sheet are with most of us hard put to finance Secretary of State of the State of Florida '
Hauptmann-the New Orleans war do hereby give notice that a I
of grits or cowpeas ,
measured. even a mess
and the depth carefully
Johnson quits. \
-General 3y checking this measurement, Uncle and then lickin' the platter be held in Hendry County, Stateof

much there really couldn't be much Florida, on Tuesday next succeedingthe
how clean,
out just
The "General" arrives, and dredges Sam first Monday in November, A. D.
the earth' on which the levee is located garbage to haul off. 1931. the said Tuesday being the
on the lake are getting more numerous couch and SIXTH DAV NOVEMBER
settles during any given periodof So I quit tossin' on my
and of greater size than ever For United States Senator.
General draws 9 feet of time. Pretty clever, I calls it. decided that if worst came to worstI For Representative in Congress, Stateat

before. The glad that Professor Stanley could dig a hole and bury my trashif large.
water, and what a picture she must We are in For Representative of" the First Congressional -
school col- that was all that was of
intends to sponsor a District of the
have made coming through the St. umn in the News each week. I knowit the way of relievin' a home from Florida in the Seventy-fourth Con:: II II
Lucie. gress of the United States.
will prove a pleasing addition to taxation. For Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof Trespassers

We'll all be interested in Then they tell us that if the home- the State of Florida.For .
The most persistent, and untrace- the paper. amendment is ratified Two Railroad Commissioners of the Will Be
everything the school does, and I'm stead exemption : State of Florida.
that Governor Sholtz
able rumor, too glad to let them have the we won't have any money to For State Senator for Twenty-fourth
only )
is to be proffered a federal positionof claim Senatorial District of the State of ProsecutedThe
privilege of telling it their own way. keep our schools going. Florida.
Just what,
national importance.
Watch for it next week, and each we'll have to have a couple of extra) For One Member of the House of Rep- i
when; and why has not been revealed sessions of the legislature to find) resentatives of the State of Florida.
he week thereafter For County Attorney.For .
has it been indicated that
Principal Stanley, by the way, ways and means of makin' up the Five County Commissioners.For .
would resign the governorship to Three Members of the County ,
doubtless had some interesting experience deficit. Board of Public Instruction.For ." ,-- .
when he went to Havana to But I was messin' around up in Justice of the Peace in and for

in the Universityof Tallahassee durin' the last session) the following Districts, viz: No. 1.
With Will Rogers back "on theair" become have"boys For Constable in and for the following
Havana. He would have gotten and these same "We'll have to Justice Districts, viz: No.-.
and the President spinning fire- ,
along grand, we have no doubt, except were jumpin' out at us from In Testimony Whereof, I
side tales, the country appears to be followedone and out of dark corn-' have hereunto set my k 1,
that the revolutions behind pillars "
hand and affixed the 1-
well back to normalacy. -
getting pretty another so swiftly that he and ers yelling ""We'll. have to have this Great Seal of, the Stateof ClewistonCompany
About the only thing left now Florida at Tallahassee -
boat decided it and we'11 have to have that: or ourschools
others in the same
I the Capital this the
to complete the picture is to locate
was no place for them and took the ::: can't run" and that was be- (SEAL) first day of August, A. D.
the Republican party.-Plant City
Courier. next boat for the good old U. S. A. fore the homestead exemption was 1934.R. A. GRAY,

At this writing (Thursday p. m.) being considered.Then Secretary of State.
know we been hearing To Hon. H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry
the World Series is even, so everybody you I
GAINED? LaBelle, Fla.No. .
-- that bet on it is sitting on an 'We'll have to have a. special sessionof County.. 39-Sept. 7-11-21-28 Oct. 5-12-19-26 .. .v. .... ....vvv. ....v. .v. .v, .r.

uneasy seat. It's a lot of fun never- I. the legislature" ever since the I Nov. 2.
A firsthand statement of the accomplishments -
heless-at least to those interested,
of the textile strike -
and that includes most of us. The
and the attitude of both workers and
Inn was a busy place this afternoon,
mill-owners is given in the follow- '
World Series in the lobby and La- :
ing editorial from the Orangeburg, :: U j :
dies Aid on the porch. ; FOR S ALE
(S. C) Observer: '.'
.;, .. :

'f r The Fighter Takes the Uppercuts; they hold a majority of the workers.If .s. Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment U.y =:
His Manager,, the Winnings. : :!:
the mill continues to operate, it .: A
the demands of the majority :
Anion YAX
The textile strike is over. "l
of the employees a majority ; I I
strike leaders claim a great victory. ,.y : .'.
the union to which y '' :
controlled by ..
It is, for them. The leaders, the un- ":
ion leaders alone profited by the hey belong. Make no mistake aboutit YAY XAY

F strike the unions have increased their .

strength tremendously. They have Y y (' J yyt fx.i. I
The strikers themselves
won a
bolstered their regiments and may ::: .!.
three weeks vacation, without pay.
.i. .
be expected to make new demandsas
They won a casualty list of about 13 v
soon as they consolidate their ? 4b;
strikers dead, scores wounded, oth- for .y' .
winnings and lay definite plans : ,.
ers jailed. They won their edge of ,y. .VA .
further campaigns.The : \
destitution with strikers in .:.
: i
whole: thing is much like a ":. .: ,.
places appealing to mill officials fora .. .' : rA '
;prize: fight between two punch clrun, : .:... yX
pittance with which to buy food
pugilists. Both the primary contestants -
for hungry families. fh
took terrible punishment. Thirteen -

The mill operators, in the other lives make a big price" to pay : XVA

corner, claim no victory. They know vacation. ..
for a three weeks, payless .:.
the cost of the strike to them. In a The referee, the militia in this case, .,.. 'i. .:.

sense,'by not having to accede to the got in the way of several wild ,.:!.. ''I. : .::. I II
exhorbitaut demands of the strikers, swings and left the ring rather the ..::.. ''' :.:: !

they won a victory. However, the worse for wear. The spectators left ':' V
mill owners took punishment in the
disgruntled, irked at having to pay I .
struggle. Many mills are unable to referee's in taxes and the .. ..i'I !

open since the strike, having lost whole cost wages of battle in decreased 's.':. .... I H; I II 'I

large orders. hold :.
They big stocksof !justness volume. Only the managersgot .":.. ''I ., !.' I I

clothes already made up, a sur out of the affray; to make it .? .s. :::

plus which must be disposed of be- worse, only the managers of one of ':' .;. AAyy hAyy

fore the mills YY
reopen.To AAyy
the contestants profited.A .

the casual observer, it appears sordid tale, we admit, but let AA;

that the titanic struggle resulted in us hope that this kind of battle will : :: :: :;:

a brutal battering for both the con- be outlawed by the force of public ;; ; AAV :

testants. The mill owners suffered. I opinion. The public always pays fora V yy VV I I AYyt hXyy I IThe

The strikers suffered, worse and got strike, and the strikers cannot win. A
nothing for their pains. Who did They never have.
win? yy I
Like Rent n

Who did profit? The unions, in COOPERATION" ::1: :? Pay Balance : .:' (

recruiting thousands upon thousandsof .. :;: :: '
workers to their ranks. It is understood A man stood for several minutes :!:3':;: WE HAVE HELPED ::

that most of these new un- truckman tug- YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :i s
watching a brawny :;:It:!:
ion men paid no dues, but the union box almost wideas :j: !
ging at a heavy as ::
officials will see.to it that the week- the doorway through which he Association U .

ly pay envelopes; will take care o1 f was trying to move it. Presently the II Clewiston- Home Building

that minor item .
onlooker asked: "Like a lift? : .'

Under the NRA collective bargaining "Thanks, I would", the other replied .. ,. 1 PHONE 102PAGE XtI' '..

clause, the unions will be able\ and for the next five minutesthe ff.. ... e.:. e J

to make demands in mills in which! two men, on opposite sides of I I' '4 o


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'P1\mAY. OCTOBER 5, 1034

\ --- Construction of'i sections listed under Exhibit "A",
of cost to WHEREAS, The
I and transfer, '
1 such material as in his judgment may
cerned. -will be in i
of I. I. Fund reservation made by the the United States, the rights-of-way the said
'Trustees the -
The only the interest and to the benefit of thoi \be necessary or advisable to construction
they might be allowed suitable areas for the deposit of I of
that and maintenance
Trustees was people of the State of Florida; Now, : and \ or

'1 Transfer Land to improve any of the adjacent !I! dredged material required in con- Therefore, i II the said levee and navigation chan-

,w::. land along the levee at any time by work and its sub- :' nel andBE
natural ground' nection with the BE IT RESOLVED, By the Trus- ;

(Moore Haven Democrat) filling in over the side of the sequent maintenance; and tees of the Internal Improvement IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
Ben Herr, of West Palm Beach, surface against such the improvement did WHEREAS, By statute of the Leg- Fund that the said Trustees hereby' That the right conveyed by the Trus-

1 'chief engineer for the Okeechobee levee, provided crosssectionof local authorize the United States acting!11 tees to the United States for occupy-
the of Florida,
l' l'F"_Q-Flood Control Board was a visitor not subtract from levee. islature of been organized in the by and through the District Engineer,j I ing the strip of land for the purpose

, Thursday of last the original interests have War described shall not interfere
" In Moore Haven on by the trus district under United States Engineer Office, herein
at the Court This reservation form of a special taxing of the Trustees to
JI week and while here I issued for land of "OKEE- Department, and his assistants, with the right
deeds were and title
House for recordation a copy of a tees when that it will not be the style FLOOD CONTROL DITRICT" agents, and | or contractors, to enter improve the land adjacent to and

by the Trustees of sold indicates CHOBEE South of said levee, such improve-
resolution passed excavate and deposit
for them to buy rightofway which district is authorizedby upon, occupy, or
Improvement Fund ata necessary aforesaid (Continued on page 6)
Internal the
the widening across the and furnish suchrightsofway within the limits of.
Governor's office for the canal law to acquire
in the
meeting held the 20th of property Included in the original land and suitable areas for I

in Tallahassee on the of 1850 over which they have the deposit of dredged material; and I Issued
to grant
September, 1933, State and County Occupational
south control. United States Dis-

i! t- side transfer of the of Caloosahatchee lands along canal for The resolution adopted is as follows trict Engineer, United States Engi- In. Hcndry County, Florida. I

use by the War Department as a : neer Office, Jacksonville, Florida, *l}" vReport

I and spoil area for the Resolution charge of said work has informed the of which have
right-of-way; the Tax Collector, duplicates
1 the of Licenses' Issued by
of Dis-
i Control fir st
The Congress Flood on the
widening: of the canal. WHEREAS, said Okeechobee been filed with the County Judge for the period beginning ,
t resolution was United States in an Act; authorizing trict that the United States is pre- rlay of October, A. D. 1933. and ending on the Thirtieth: any of September
the I
Appended to of the the construction, repair and pres- pared to proceed, through the War A. D. 1934. Mate Co.
: descriptions From To
of the What 1'urpone
also a list works on of No. To Whom Granted)
certain public the construction
: various pieces of land along the canal ervation of July I Department 1i' O. Gravely Lawyer ...._._..__._...10-1-33 10-1-43 ex w W v
: approved channel ex- ---
affected by the work,' which are dlj rivers and harbors the levee and navigation 2 R. F. Lewis ...-........?_.. Boarding House _..10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 12.50 2.50
marked "Ex- 3, 1930, (Public No. 527, 71st Con- tending generally along the shoresof 3 Gulf ReClnngCo..___ AV. S. Gas&Oll Dlr, 10-1-33 10134AV. 25.00: 12.50
: classes 10-1-34 25.00
vided into two adopt and 4 Co__ S. Gas&OIl' ])1r. 10-1-33
r and !
,j hibit A" and "Exhibit B". The first gress, H. R. 11781) Lake Okeechobee; 5 SsttanddarddOl Co.__ AV. S. Gas&Oli Dlr. 10-1-33 10-1-34 25.00 12.50

includes land owned by the authorize as work of improvementat WHEREAS, The rights-of-way required 6 Freida Magill _...___ Beauty Parlor _____10-1-33 10134Elec. 10.00 5.00 5.00
class of the United States, as determined 7 Fla. Pwr. & Lt. Co._ Lt. & Pwr. ....10-1-33 10-1-34: 10.00
Trustees of the I. I. Fund at the time the. expense contributions to for such construction 8 E. D Staples Barber Shop ..-_......_.10-l-33 10-1-34 2.00 1.00

transferred to the Government subject to certain by surveys, metes and 9 Angeline Wyche---.'_'_ Cafe _.___.___.___.10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00_ 2.50
and 3.00
local interests, a pro- made _.. Insurance _._10-1-33 10-1-34 -
reservation to use as they be made by bounds descriptions, and plats 10 C. B. Bekemeyer Fire

without the canal and ject for the improvement of the Ca- by the United States 11 C. J. Kirk _.__-____ Real Est. Brkr. _..10133 10-1-34 10-1-34 10.00 5.00 3.00
prepared _
constructing and 10-l-33
fit ___ Insurance
saw and Lake Okee- 12 Nancy H. Stewart Fire ibToo 500 _
; the other class is composed of lands loosahatchee River War Department, are those describedon 13 Selden L. Stewart ._ Atty at Law ____._10-1-33 10-1-34 2.50
areas, in accordancewith "EXHIBIT"A" ___ Watch & Jlry Rpr 10-1-33 10-1-34 0.00
chobee drainage 14 'V. H. Merritt
individuals'while hereto as 5.00
: sold by the Trustees to submitted in Senate Do list attached 15 P. H. Jones ...__..__ Dentist __._._.._10-1-3310-1-34 10.00

still reserving the right to con- reports ; and 16 Bank of LaBelle Banking ___-.....10-1-33 10-1-34 15.00 7.50
cument No. 115, 71st Congress, second _._.__.10-1-33 10-1-34 10.00 5.00
struct drainage or reclamation WHEREAS, The lands above mentioned 17 Hedges. Booth Mtrs._ Garage 5.00
any 10.00
the cession: : : ., and as modified by the ".11. 'ht'> 18 J. L. Seebold .__ Medical Doctor __10-1-33 10-1-34 1.00
should see fit across Exhibit .tLV"'O __ 33 10-1-34 2.00
works they above referred listed under 19 George Poole .___ Barber Shop __ .10-1-
property at any time. This land was said Congressional Act occupied by or necessary to the con- 20 James Newcomb Bakery _._._._._..10-1-33 10-1-34 3.00 1.50

# also transferred to the Government to; and"WJIEREAS and maintenance of the said 21 J. O. Davidson ___ Restaurant __.__10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 5.00 2.50 2.50
; : One of the conditions 22 J. Davidson. ..__.., Pressing Club- _.__10-1-33 10-1-34
I \ the U. S. belongto 10.00 5.00
; and authorization given for said Act was to theI levee and navigation channel 23 G L. Espenlaub _: Garage __.__.____,10-1-33 10-1-34

Engineers to use the land insofar as provided by the the State of Florida, and 24 Spoiled _......_.___...___ 10.00 5.00
I r : I were con- effect' that local interests shall. ac 27 E. E. Kelly __?_._..__._ Garage ___._____10-1-33 10-1-34
r the rights; of the trustees I ....__10-l-33 10-1-34 10.00 5.00
i J 28 F. R. Maxwell:__ Hotel _.__._._.. .
29 C. I'. Downs ,._..__ Hotel -..-.._......__._.._10-l-33 10-1-34 15.00 15.00 7.50 7.50
30 1st Bk. of Clewiston Banking _.--.._._._,10-1-33 10-1-34
31 Chas. M. Christian. Barber Shop _._....__10-1-33 10-1-34 2.00 1.00

32 Clyde Hudson __._ Cafe ____......._____..10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50

II I 33 J. AV. Ezelle _...._._ Dentist _._____.__lO-l-33 10-1-34 10-1-34 10.00 10.00 5.00 5.00
36 LaBelle Motor Co__ Automobile Agcy. 10-1-33 3.00 1.50
CAR SLUGGISH 1 25 G. E. Etherton ___- Tire & Tube Dlrs. 10-1-33 10-1-34 10-1-34 3.00 1.50

I \ IS YOUR 26 34 E.Bakers E. Kelly Servo.?.Sta......?......?, -_ Tire Tire && Tube Tube Dlrs.Dlrs. 10-1-33 10-1-33 10-1-34 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.50

35 Roy F. Lewis __.__.. Tire & Tube Dlrs. 10-1-33
r I 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
37 Marion F. Leydig __ Laundry ._.___.-_. 10.133 5.00
___._ Atty. at Law
38 W. P. Gregory ? 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
Water Company
: 39 Glades Water Co. ? 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
40 Glades Pro & Lt. Co. Pwr. & Lt. Co. 3.00
_.___.10-1-33 11-1-34 --
& Co __ Fire Insurance
A. L. Taylor 34 3.00
.__.10-1-33 "-*- --
___ Fire Insurance X
42 & Co
I A. L. Taylor 5.00 2.50
II _._ Pressing Club
43 Charles A. Darcey Lunch Room ...._._....10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 2.50
44 Lonnic T. Ridcrdill 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
I 45 Mary Hayes Davis __ Mot "Pic. Theatre 10-1-33

Edwards __ Hotel : _._..__...10-1-33 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
46- E. E
450 2.25
47 Mrs. Watts Hall Apt. 2.50
F. 5.00
I< I Ir 48 ,Yo D. Blount ...______ Repair Shop _.-_..._.10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 2.50
II .. ._......10-1-33 11-1-34
49 Mrs F. J. Stokes .... Cafe ....._ : --- 2.50
50 A. Toulis __._._..___ Cafe ___...___.__._.__10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 5.00
..____10-1-33 11-1-34 10.00
Lewis ___ Restaurant
G 51 Walter 11-1-34 10.00 5.00
QpD CoAuto.. Agency -
r t o o 52 Murray Motor ...__..__.10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 2.50
; ____ Restaurant
t p 53 Jessie Taylor ..__10-1-33 11-1-34 1.00 .50
ica __ Barber Shop -
Frank AVilllams 2.50
: 54
e I 55 D. L. Tobias .____._ CafeRestaurant__.___.__._.._10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 2.50

I ._..._._.10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00
Burkett __ -
f 56 Mrs. Ed. 11-1':3.1: 15.00 7.50
fi 57 Deale Music Cb Vending Machines10133 2.50 '

58 Jim Blair Aut.___, Cafe __._...._____..10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 .50
i 11-1-34 1.00
ia __.____._. Barber Shop ....__._
59 AVm. Epps: 11-1-34 5.00 2.50
60 J. Caldwell & Austin Cafe .____._......__
.... .._ 10-1-33 11-1-34 5.00 2.50
I 61 Charlie Walker __ Cafe ____ -- 2.50
.. .._..__10-1-33 11-1-3-1 5.00
62 Robert Phillipps .._.._ Cafe -- 18.00 9.00
_..10-1-33 10-1-it
3 .._ ,V. S. Merchants
{ 63 U. S. Sugar Corp 10-1-34 7.00 3.50
64 E. A. Shult ...__.__ Apartment House _..10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50

65 G AV. Matson __.......,..,. Vending Machine _10-1-33 10.00

cfe 66 O. F. Schiffll .._...__ Medical Doctor .-.,_10-l-33 10-1-34 10-1-34 5.00 5.00 2.50
II = DistributorI ___,. Vending Machine ..10-1-33
67 Roy F. Lewis 10-1-31 5.00 2.50
; ,;, 68 Duke Tucker _...._.._ Vending Machine ..10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50
h : 69 Duke Tucker _.__..__ Vending Machine _10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50
: Good 70 Duke Tucker _.?___._ Vending Machine ...10-1-33
That 10-1-34
; 71 Duke Tucker _.._..__ Vending Machine _10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50
i I 72 Duke Tucker __.._,__ Vending Machine .,10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50

73 Duke TucKer __..,._._ Vending Machine ..16-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50 .;,
I ______ Vending Machine ..10-1-33
74 Duke Tucker 10-1-34 5.00 2.50
I ...10-1-33
-Gulf [ Vending Machine
75 G. AV. Mation '
Machine ...10-1-33 10-1-34
: :
76 G. W. :MationVending 20.00 10.00
__._...Dec. 23rd. & Dec.
__ Show
Brothers Show 5.00
77 10.00
Restaurant ,
Gasoline 78 E. C. Birchfield _','-' 10-1-3.1 2.00 1.00
_..._.__10-1-33 '
: 79 W. F. Blesch _._ Barber Shop only 10.00 5.00 ,
80 Barnett Bros _._?._ Show .._.__...Jan 4, 1934-1 day 6.25
i wwv......10-1-33 10-1-34 6.25
81 Berrien AV. Bucks"Pool _....._ .10-1-33 10-1-34 5.00 2.50
i ______ Lunch Stand 2.50
82 Fred AVhidden 10-1-34 5.00
__.. .10-1-33
I : __._._ Pressing Club 2.50
83 Chas. Horton __._ Restaurant _...._._._._..10-1-33 10-1-3-1 5.00 5.00
84 Ruth Hunter 10-1-3 10.00
i Anderson _.__ Rooming HouseRestaurant
I 85 G. C.
I CYLINDER and VALVES ._.._.__.....10-1-33 10-1-31 5.00 2.50
', tASpURE LUBRICATES UPPER 86 G. C. Anderson only 10.00 5.00
CUt4 Bi-irRoy-Comedians. Tent Show ......Jnn. 17-1
: : : 87 ._..10-1-33 10-1-3.1 50.00 25.00
iRRi Cp09 : 88 P. Cooper ___..____ Itinerant \Ierch. 10-1-34 1.00 .50
SAJESVErR _.. ......_10-1-33
I ltlbRlCAttO e INCREASES POWER . 89 L. A. Turner ___.__.._ Auto.Barber Agency Shop .1_._._10-1-33 10-1-31 10.00 5.00 y

NCWII 90 Glades Auto Sales 10-1-33 10-1-34 ...- 1.50
-' 91 Morrison Baking Co. Sol ord. del Bread County.
I II Took out State License
I r' ___..__..10-1.33 10-1-34 --- 5.00State
i ii i I, :: = 92 J. :M. Couse ..._.._._. AU)'. at License Law Glades County 5.00

ez: :=. .t. 93 ,Mighty Haag ""*-.- ?TS2\ ., "-33y0-H. 35.00 17.50

...__._... 5.00
9t AV. M. Tobias Brkr .....10-1-33 10-1-34 .10.00
Real Est. .... 1.50
95 J. E. Beard le) "' Del bread 10-1-33 10-1-34 -
II !96 So. Fla. Baking Co... SoL ord.License Paid in Lee County.

To help yoti !97 R. E. Burchard .......... Hoarding Lumber :Dealer House! -_..fi-20-34 4-1-34 10-1-34 10-1-34 7.50 5.00 3.75 2.50

98 Austin & Caldwell_ ..._ 8-20-34 10-1-34 2.50 1.25
99 Mrs. J. AA". Freely ..._ UoardingHouse 10-1-35 5.00 2.50
_._.... Lunch
1 J.... Locklear 10-1-35 5.00 2.50
E. ___. Restaurant ..,_._...-_10-1-34
2 J'. O Davidson _._" Pressing Club ...__.....10-1-34 10-1-35 5.00 250.

AVOID 3 J. O. Davidson '."._.._' Store Licenses .._.__.10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00
L! C A. Davis ....._ 10-1-34 8.001.00
; 1: _...__ Store Licenses ....__...10-1-33
Thomas 8.00 4.00
L: N 10-1-34
9852 .... .__._. Store Licenses _...._...10-1-33
Hatch 4.00
9853 G. .. _.. Store LIcenses ....___10-1-33
985.1V. S. Shoults. Store Licenses ..._.....10-1-33 10-1-31 8.00 1.00

: i VicKs VA-TRO.NOL 9855 G. G. Bekemeyer.: "tcrc Licenses _......__.10-1-33 10.1-34 11.00 5.50

9856 Campbell & Jcn'gs_.._... Store( Licenses ......__.10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 1.00
; I II '9857 Fred 'hidden Store Licenses ..__...10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00
I I Ir 9858 LaB'l1e F. & S.Str.. Store Licenses ____.10-1-33 10-1-34 ex w w v

r Quick-At that first nasal clinically tested by physicians 9859 James Weaver G. Martin....-_-- Store Licenses .........10-1-33 10-1-31 8.00 4.00

in 9860 C. E. ...__10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00
and proved StoioStoic Licenses
\ i irritation, sniffle or sneeze- 9861 Hendrys Cash Gro.. Licenses! __.......10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00

just a few drops of Va-tro-nol. everyday home use by 9862 Mrs. Snodgrass:May Magill._.. Store Licenses _...___10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00
two 4.00
1N : 9863 Lula _...._. Store Licenses .__.10133 10-1-34 8.00 ,
It stimulates the functions millions. HO stzES ;%i' D. G. Alston Sta.Store LicensesForrey's .__._.10-1-33 10-1-34 8.00 4.00

''I provided by Nature-in the &i Note-for your protection: GENER OUS fll65 Bakers Servo Store .... Store Licenses _._10-1-33 10-1-31 8.00 4.00 4.00
remarkable success of Vicks 1111E 9866 ..__10-1-33 10-1-34 S.OO
colds and to The & Son Store Licenses .00
nose-to prevent W. H. Poole S.OO 4
drops-for nose and throat-has 9867 Jones ......_ __ Store licenses ....._.._10-1-33 1013433 4,00
W' 8.00
throw off colds in their early brought scores of imitations. 981i8 W. Ii' Lewis ..._...... Store Licenses ... 10-1-31 8.00 1.00
Roy 10-1-31
9869 :,,..,..10-1-33
Co Store Licensee
1 trade-mark is ClewlHton Drug 4.00
stages. The 9870 n-1-31 8.00
this ffr ......._._ Store Licenses 4.00
protection in getting Lid) Mitchell 11-1-34 8.00
Where irritation has led to your formula Always 9871 9872 Carl E. Royci ..,......... tore licenses ..__,_10-l-33 11-1-34 8.00 4.00
exclusive Vick ,' ......_.._..,. Store Licenses _....._10-1-33 4.00 .
f I I a clogged-up nose (a stuffy Va-tro-nol. ; 9873 T. J. Geiger ..__10-1-33 11-1-31 8.00
.' ask for Vicks 9874 Carsons Store ._..._.._ toro:: Licenses -

head cold or nasal catarrh) : 9875 Spoiled _.._..__..._............ 4.00
r trial package ; .._.._ ..10-1-33 11-1-34 8.00.
Va-tro-nol penetrates deep FREE-a combination: '' : '.9876 E. I. Duval ..,..._..__... Store Licenses _._.."._10-1-33 11-1-34 S.OO 4.00
l of Vatro-nol-1ts companion prod 9877' Joe Risley .__.....__. Store LicensesStore _.._.10-1-33 11-1-31 9.SO 5.50
into the nasal passages-reduces : modern exter- : ;:. ...._. Licenses
( .. 4.00
l' uct,Vicks VapoRub :. "' 9878 CaeserYright Station......10133 10 1-34 8.00 i
swollen membranes nal treatment for colds-and other .. yi)CQtS '. ,. 9879 Perry C. Hull '_'_'_ Filling LicensesFloie -.-.- 3-4-31 10-1-31 8/00 4.00 .
} ,, Hlore .
{ ; Edith Phillips\ __ ._. _..4-17-3. 10-1-34 1.00 2.00
Vicks Plan for YATaO Nel 9880 W' .
in <
clears mucus used Licenses
; away clogging medication Colds-with directions l 1 V4CK5 _;' 9881 C R. Byrd ._...._..__ Store Licenses .._._...10-1-34 10-1-35 8.00 100
A of _
brings comforting relief. Better Control POL. & 1 L. N. Thomas _.z- '"
for following the Plan. Getyours fi,
Va-tro-nol is powerful yet ; eutrnon s: od
) today at your a.. Tax Collector
Z Frank A. Dous-perty,
St.Greens1' and
'., absolutely safe-for both children write Vicks,2 501 Milton tfirfxf' "gragt* of'lIenS-VACouRnly.r.. hereby Judge certifY that the above Is u correct list of

and adults. It has been boro, N. C., enclosing 3c stamp (About % actual size) count/ Occupational Licenses issued: In Hendry County Florida,
:State:; and Oct. i.AVilness. 1'33; and ending October 1, 1934.
for the year beginning clay of October, A. D. 1934.
thll 1R$ .
"Plantation Echoes" with Willard Robison 1 1 pry hand, ,-*-itul!,.. pfficiaiSEAL Beni. .. .
r .-11 "Open House at Vicks" with, Orchestra, with Mildred TUNE ,t ( ) / H. A, RIDER County Judge."
.: ON TUE A\R\ 1 Freddy Martin' Orchestra and and his Deep River Monday, Wednesday and '. J'InANK; A, AUUGIIiSnTr'fns
BaUey-every to11Avtor,
guelSt a.rUsts-every Sunday, ES.T.. NBO Dluo Ntitwork {
; .' 6-6139 I'' ,a.T'1 on OAII nnUon.w''CI'' Filthy 7115.1:30' : p.m.. ,- S"J .lf1\- --, -'
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(Continued from page o') BE IT FURTHER' RESOLVED I dirt into the levee shortly 'aftermoon life find Mr. and Mrs. Frey as active ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...
That in the event it is deemed necessary as many who are years younger.
ment to consist in raising the level of the Trustees of the Internal I This gap approximately a thousand Mr. Frey is a native of Pennsylvania GLADES
the natural land surface by pumping Improvement Fund will supplementthis feet long was left in the levee while Mrs. Frey was born in Iowa.
or otherwise depositing earth upon resolution by the execution of I here because the grour l was not solid The romance which culminated in
said land and against the south slopeof such easements or rightsofwaydeeds enough to permit draglines to their marriage started in Iowa and THEATRE
said levee. Provided that no such as may be deemed necessaryto throw up tow levee for retaining the they were married there on the
improvement shall reduce or subtract convey to the United' States all pumped in material. The Welatka fourth of October 1884. Since that MOORE IIAVEN FLA., .
from the cross section of the said rights in the premises which may be will pump in enough material over time they have made their home in PROGRAMSUNDAY '
levee andWHEItEAS I required, for the construction and the entire gap to furnish tow levee Iowa Illinois and Texas and finally
Certain lands also to I maintenance of tho proposed levee material and as soon as the drag- settled in their present home many
be occupied by or necessary to the? .and navigation channel within the lines have thrown up the tow levees years ago. To the union was born
construction and maintenance of limits of the territory herein referredto will continue their levee building. only one child a son Roscoe whose MONDAY, TUESDAY
said levee and navigation channel as is owned by the Trustees of home is in Tampa and who was pres- Little Shirley Temple in
have been sold by the said Trustees the Internal Improvement Fund, and ent at the anniversary celebration.The .
subject to specific reservations to that as to those parcels of land here- home they have built in the "Little Miss Marker" .
said Trustees for the constructionof tofore by said Trustees of the In- CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING little palm prairie two miles northof
drainage and reclamation works, ternal Improvement Fund, which Citrus Center is one of the most Her best picture to date <
which said lands are described on said parcels are subject to specific Moore Haven Democrat) attractive farm homes of the coun- SpecialMIDNITE
a list attached hereto marked EX- reservations for works of drainageand More than a score of friends of ty. A low rambling house set in
IIIBIT "B"; and reclamation in the event it is Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth S. Frey the center of a well-kept lawn and SHOW
BE IT RESOLVED That the Trus- deemed necessary, the Trustees will gathered at their home ten miles surrounded by fruit trees and flow
tees of the Internal ImprovementFund supplement this authorization by con- west of Moore Haven Tuesday after- ers while in the background stands Starting 11:00 p. m. Saturday Night
in so far as the rights of the veying to the United States the rightsof noon to celebrate their Golden Wed- a small forest of stately palms, impresses -
Trustees are concerned authorizethe said Trustees, of the Internal Improvement ding Anniversary. the visitor at once with its
United States to occupy said Fund in such reservations. I I Guests as they arrived, were seated peaceful quietitude and restfulness. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
lands described in Exhibit "B" for J on the spacious veranda of the Photographs were made of the

the construction and maintenance of WEIiATKA MOVES. <:: BACK { lovely farm home which nestles a- group of guests and of his father and "The Party's Over" .
said Levee and Navigation channel; TO COMPLETE LEVEE i i mong the palms in a hammock on mother by Roscoe Frey following
and I the prairie. When the guests had which the guests began to take their
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED I The dredge Welatka which fin- all arrived they were seated in the leave :with words of congratulationto A domestic comedy
That this Resolution be spread upon I ished the northwest levee last weekto living room and Rev. J. T. Coulliette Mr. and Mrs. Frey and thanks fora
the Minutes and attested copies Three-Mile canal with the exception pastor of the local Methodist church most enjoyable afternoon.Of Watch for Mao West's
thereof be furnished to the' United of a gap over Drainage gave a short congratulatory talk, .
States District Engineer at. Jacksonville Structure No. 5 at Nicodemus read a very applicable poem and followed all the cants which-are cantedin "BELLE OF THE NINTLES" "",

Florida and to the Executive Slough moved back Sunday' to com- with a few words of prayer.A this canting world though the SOON
Secretary of the Okeechobee Flood plete this gap. The dredge started response in the form of a poem, cant of hypocrites may be the worst
Control District at West Palm Beach, the three-and-a-half mile move at "Together"', was read by Mr. Frey. the cant of criticism is the most tor-
Florida; and nine o'clock a. m. and was pumping The end of fifty years of married menting.-Sterne. I ........................................................................................................ 1M

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'.,, Mens Scout Shoes FALL SILKS s

Men, Hero's a real $2,00 Scout $1.00 a yard silks in the new'
Shoe built specially for hard fall colors, full 36 'to 40 inches
wear, guaranteed solid leather wide, in plaids, stripes, checks
t with compo soles, in blade: and CLE WISTON and solid colors.
brown, a big bargain at
: 77c Yd.
$1.57The 1

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Entire Stock of Greene's goes into a Mighty Cut Price Cash Sale Thrifty shoppers will save many dimes .'

and dollars this Sale Goods Clothing Shoes and
by on Dry - Furnishings.

Fridynd Sturdy=....Big Opering'y &.ys

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25a QUALITY $1.50 Mens Overalls Ladies Sweaters Full Fashion Hose 17 \ 38 TURKISH

Shirts & Shorts TOWELS
Men InrCIIC s a panic priceon Heres a hose value that's worth
a real 220 wt. full cut 0Special lot of ladies slip-oxers
Extra quality shirts and shorts while. A genuine full fashion Extra hem'double Can-
: : loop
erall, extra heavy reinforced, in silk and wool. A real $1.00
s guaranteed fast colors in the :you will hafter jump if you silk hose in the new fall colors. non Turkish Towels, sold formerly
value in a large assortment of.
get; them at this price. Jumpers All SIzes. Formerly sold at 85c.A .
,. new fancy colors, elastic backs, colors and stjles. at ..oc. :A large assortment
to match.
: .baloon seat, an extra full cut. value setter, of colored borders, special at :

I{ :Each 97c Pair L 57c 47c Pair 17c t

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New fall shoes in 3,000, :yards of guaranteed fast colors, dress prints and New colors and patterns in this special lot of taffetas
black and brown. 100 percales, a regular 20c grade. Extra heavy, in a large to be closed out during this sale. V. real slip material.
S. assortment of fall colors and patterns. Special close out S/C
percent solid leather. A regular 50c grade, while it lasts, J"al'd.m.m
-, Kids, Calfskins, Cornlot at jarcl......,..__ ........... ..... ....-._..... ............ 13C 0
binations. $5.00: value. FALL CREPES 30-INCH OUTING FLANNEL ,..
t 35c: value in new fall trowel crepes. A large assortment 700 yards in this lot-A real-25c: grade on to-dajs mark-
5- $2.37 $2.97 of colors and patterns. Full 3G-inch.es wide. A special et-In white, blue and pink. Full 36-inches wide. Ideal

... ._p $3.97 at yard ....__..__._...__....._....._._..._....................... 27c for gowns, pajamas, etc., Special at yard ......mm15c

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Mens Khaki Pants Porto Rica Gowns Ladies Children's Dresses

WASH PANTS $1.75: value, made of U. S. Gov.
Hand made, an outstanding Panties---Step-ins 25: Dozen in this lot. Guaran-

Guaranteed Sanforized fast colKhaki, in extra heavy: grade.. value in these gowns. in white, teed fast colored broadcloth
Sp lots to close out. Heavy
ored pants that can stand and pink extra long, full cut what need and vat led In ints.. Formerly
Full cut, 2-inch cuff. Special qualityecial. Buy you
f5: wear. Neatly tailored. $1.75 and roomy in all sizes: Specialat now. sold at 89c and 98c. A real
value ,value during this sale at pair school special ,
out at LOT No.; 1 ................__... 17c

$1.17 Pair $1.19 : 57c LOT LOT No.No. 3 2 1'.L- 270 37c 59c :...4,

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Druid LL Sheeting 10 yds . $1.09
., Style and plenty of pep blocked into XestJ.les and models for every one in the new fall

these Holy lints for men in the latest 81 x 90 Sheets, Special, . 98cLadies shades 'of Blues, Browns' and Greys, strictly hand tail
In snap and roll brims. A hat.
for every Black Brown Cotton Gowns 49c ored, richly trimmed. Choose jours while selection is
man. Grej', . . .
:, and other shades. .. good.
\\\\\\ Bed-Room Slippers. Leatherette 43c

$1.49 and $1.95 Childrens Bloomers, Panties 15c $6.95 and up.

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Boys English Shorts 77c & 47c | $3.50 Ladies Shoes, Special, $1.47 ;

MENS WEAR Ladies Wash Frocks 55c,2 for 1.00 Ladies Rayon Bloomers . 19c 36-in. Unbleached

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:: Work Shirts .57c .. G R. E E t\I E S ,A real 18c MUSLIN Grade extra heavy ,

Dungarees .. ...' 98c I 1 ) Cull 40-inch wide. Quantity aDress
limited on this grade at this

Shirts .79cRain THE PEOPLES POPULAR STORE price. Bo hero to get your share F


Coats $3.97 ', '

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i .. -- selection. 'r Mrs. Roberts.
at the render a
the registrants
':-'X.oe'r-':": :-':":":": :":-':-':-':":-':-':":-': ;. W. S. Bowden has returned to Clewiston Among Inn the first of the week 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship. Vocal\ The November meeting will be
streets again
Y and is the
Clewiston on
r 1 held at the home of Mrs. Gayle
"J. _; confined to the hospital were: Paul Harrison, Orlando; Mr. selections by the choir.
Personal I Mention after being
'i' *;* :.;: In West Palm Beach for two weeks. and Mrs. H. E, Thomas, Silver Lake,, Sermon by the minister. Fadden.

,H t ..::..:..:..:-.:..: :..:-.:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:. V. C. Woodward- -of Hazelhurst, H.Ohio Strunk; M. S., Miami Stroud; ,J.of E.Daytona Hough,; Fort Jos. Visitors welcome and to these strangers services.are cordially IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDi ?

I F. A. McKenzie spent the week Georgia, has, arrived In Clewiston I Myers; Pat O'Brien, Jacksonville; The Lake Harbor Sunday School

lioh'%( end In Lakeland. and will remain through the sea\J. B. Heirs, jr., Miami; B. F. Brown, will meet at 4:00 p. m. -
I ;'\ work for the sug- Jacksonville; Elmore Daniels, Mi-
son, having begun
-to,.,> ,\\ F. Purvis was in Clewiston ami; J. W. Hawkins, Jacksonville; MCOTJSE
I this week on business. ar company. T. L. Madden, Jacksonville; M. L. LADIES AID MEETS AT
J Ford CLEWISTON INN THURSDAY Counselor and Attorney at Law
Howard Campbell went to West Stevens, Jacksonville, H. P. ,
Mrs. Bruce Messer visited friend: Palm Beach Thursday night to pitch Tallahassee; A. B. Coker, Miami; R. -- Hopkins Building

in LaBelle Thursday and Friday. for the West Palm Beach diamond G. Adams, Augusta, Georgia; ClaudeE. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt of entertainedthe the Ladles Wedncsdajs and Saturdays

ball team against the celebrated Burnham, of Jacksonville; C. B. October meeting 0:30 to 4:00
; E. E. Kelley motored to Daytona Colonels. Hinton:Memphis. Aid of the Community Church yes-
t Beach Tuesday: to visit Mrs. Kelley terday afternoon at the ClewistonInn.
Mrs. 0. F. Schiffli and, children CLARKE-AVILLIAMS :
\ of Bartow was a devotionals, Watches Clocks Jewelry
M. H. Driggars returned to their home here the After the opening ,
,i' business visitor In Clewiston yester- latter part of the week after spend- Clewiston friends are interested Mrs. J. E. Becrdsley gave an explan- Rear or

day. ing the summer in the mountainsof in the marriage of Miss Marie Williams ation of the psalms, which had been Clewiston Drug. Company 1
G North Carolina. and Dale R. 'Clark, both of suggested at a previous meeting for
11. L. Murray of Fort Myers was Miami, whoch occurred Friday, Sep- yesterday's devotions. Mrs. N. H. Jewelry Repairing .1.

'a 'business, visitor In Clewiston Sat- E. H. Latham spent the weekendIn tember 28th at 7:00 p. m. Schaaf, wife of the new minister, W. H. MERRITT

f. urday.' Jacksonville where he went to be I Miss Williams, whose home is in was given a special introduction in WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

.. present at the opening of bids on I Quincy, taught in the Clewiston I the welcome of visitors. Mrs. Schaaf CLEWISTON' FLORIDAP.
I ,Emerson Ewing of Moore Haven the Moore Haven Lock and hurri- High School last term. Mr.: Clark is responded graciously to the greet O. Box 521
. in Clewiston Huffman Con- Other visitors' were Mrs. Brad-
,[ was a Business visitor cane gate structure.Mrs. connected with the ing.
I' "Wednesday. struction company and was stationed neck, Mrs- Witt, Mrs. Brantley and "WeArcHereToStafESTIMATES
/ Zerney Meredith and daughter at Belle Glade until the spring Mrs. McKeon.

Mrs. Bruce Messer visited friends patricia, came from Jacksonville when he left for Miami. Both the : Mrs. G. C. Poole and Mrs. Alston.

and "relatives in LaBelle Thursdayand yesterday to spend the weekendwith contracting parties are wellknownand announced plans for a benefit party

r < Friday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. are receiving the congratulations whch they will give during Octoberfor
Tippey, to celebrate Patricia's first of scores of Clewiston friends. the Ladies Aid treasury.Mrs. FURNISHED ON

I f "'Mis. F. C. Goodman and Mrs. Russell birthday. The marriage ceremony was per- Wm, Lockhart gave a most REQUEST
i Whidden were West Palm Beach formed by Dr.' Everett Smith at the
interesting review of the first chap- C.: E. STEBEL
visitors' Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Cruze returned First Christian Church in Miami. ter of the Aid's new study book.

I Monday from Orlando where they Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sparks of Clew- Delicious refreshments were serv- Electrical Contracting

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfrey with have Mr. were called by the illness of Mr. iston were the attendants. I ed to Mrs., Beardsley, Mrs. 'Marl

\k \ moved on to the houseboat Cruze's mother, who passed awaya Lawler, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Wm. PHONE 2121

"i r and Mrs. R. George. few days after their arrival I at BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lpckhart, ,PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

f I her bedside.Mr. MRS. C. "'. MCDONALD TUESDAYMrs. Mrs.. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. G. C
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure enjoy- Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs, Agent for
at Fort My- and Mrs. Norman Latham of
,. ed'a day C. W. McDonald entertainedthe
George Terrell, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, GENERAL ELECTRIC
Pahokee and Palm Beach arrivedin
l", ers Beach Saturday. members of her bridge club Mr. A. Ward, Mrs. Ivan Van Horn, REFRIGERATORSRANGESAND
Clewiston this week and
are residing -
Tuesday afternoon, high score prize Mrs. R. Smith, Mrs. A. V. Southard,
Friends of Mrs. C. Q. Roberts re- at the Inn. Mr. Latham is as- being won by Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Charles Hendry, Mrs. W. P, APPLIANCES
sociated with the E. H. Latham
gret to learn that she.is confined to : who was awarded a novelty door Vaughn, jr., Mrs. C. F. Vaughn, and 3
her home with illness. company. stop. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, holder of

i low score was given a kitchen towel I
K. S. McMullen, who has been I I
of Alva vis- I I II
Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. R. Hall won the cut '
manager of the Clewiston Dairy NOTICE OF ELECTION TO DECIDE
ited their daughter, Miss prize. You Wreck 'Em
company for several years, left this I I WHETHER THE SALE OF INTOXI-
Congdon here Tuesday.Mr. Ice cream and cookies were served WINES OR
week for West Palm Beach. He has CATING LIQUORS,
by Mrs. McDonald to Mrs. I. M. Paf- BEER SHALL BE PROHIBITED IN We Fix: 'Em
been made Rural Rehabilitation di-
and Mrs. George W. Sparks ford, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. J. W. HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. I
rector for Palm Beach county.
returned Sunday from a two weeks'' Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. Max- PAINTING BODY AND

vacation In Jacksonville. well, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Hall. Pursuant to resolution providing;: FENDER WORK
Mrs. W. 11. Redelsheimer and son, election to decide ,
I for and calling an
C. A. Burckhalter of Lakeland Billy, of Miami arrived the latter KINDERGARTENOPENED I whether the sale of intoxicating liquors TOPS --SEAT COVERSUPIIOLSTEItY

spent some time in Clewiston trans- part of the weeek for a stay of sev- TUESDAYMrs. wines or beer shall be prohibited .

acting business this week. eral days. Billy remained to enter in Hendry County, Florida, notice Done by An Expert
school 'and Mrs. Redelsheimer returned is hereby given that such elec-
F. i\I. Wright opened her Courteous Service
the. S. Engineer to Miami ,to complete a busi- tion will be held on November 1
C. Nelson class Tuesday with
., kindergarten 1934, In Hendry County, Florida, for Work Guaranteed.
office, Jacksonville, spent a few ness course. fourteen little tots enrolled. The the purpose of deciding whether the I Prices Reasonable.

days in Clewlston this week. kindergarten Is, held at the Wright sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer re- home and Mrs. Albert Hill Is assist- beer shall be prohibited in said coun- I

.1 Joseph Spadaro and Cleveland turned Sunday from Charleston, accompanied ing Mrs. Wright.. ty. The time and place of voting II PIONEERService
Johnson of Boca Grande were hereon by Mr. Dotterer's mother shall be the same as for the General

business Wednesday and Thurs- Mrs. Thomas Dotterer of Charleston LARRY ROYAL CELEBRATES Election to be held on said date. I StationBELLE

.t" day. who they have been visiting. FIFTH BIRTHDAY MONDAY WILLIAM T. HULL, GLADE PHONE 10

The Dotterers are in one of the gov- (SEAL) Clerk Board of County 1 Wrecker Service at All Hours

"J, : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Townsend of ernment houses. Mrs. George Royal entertained a Commissioners: Hendry

( Hooker's Point, announce the arrival I group of children from, Clewiston at County, Florida. I I
September Mrs. C. 1<'. Tralnor and daughter,
of a son on Saturday her home near Miami Locks Monday --- -. -
ItJ '29th. Barbara Ann, returned Wednesdayfrom afternoon celebrating, the fifth --

a trip to New York. Mr. Trainor birthday of her son, Larry."I -

Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs.' W. F. met them in Jacksonville Mon- After the pleasure of opening the .

Simpson and Mrs. Orin Carlton were day and visited relatives in Daytona many lovely gifts presented to Lar-

shopping in. West Palm Beach Wed Beach for"a few days before return- ry and an afternoon of games, the

.: nesday. ing to their Clewiston home.E. little guests were ,given favors of CHECKUP

I paper hats, dolls and baloons. Ice :
Ed Wilson, A. C. L., employee B. Butler, local constable, and cream and cake were served to a

who has been in New Smyrna for A. W. Sias, assistant postmastermade I group of Miami Locks children and
, need
! some time, returned to Clewiston a trip to Orlando Monday to to the following playmates fi\m and see what you

! ;' this week., testify before the federal grand jury Clewiston: Joan Crouch, Nancy

i, in/ the case of Ernest Edwards I Wright, Dickie Schiffli, Eleanor

I j ;' Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker and charged with the robbery of the Percy, Gene and Solon Mills, Sonny o Then Call .

I son Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clewiston post office on September McDonald, Shirley Ann Owen, Mary

Wilson were visitors In Belle Glade second. Louise Thomas, Bobby French, Car-

Sunday.Mr. line Berner, Grace Ward, ,Peggy
I Clewiston friends are receiving Lawler, Kim Kolstad and Fay Lou
and J.Mercy; left Monday announcements of the birth of :a Mitchell. OFFICEand ,

i.; for a stay of several days in daughter to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr THE NEWS

I Orlando and other points in the of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of
northern part of the state. Clewiston. The little girl, who MEN ENTERTAIN LADIES AT
weighed 7 and 3-4 pounds, was bornon FISH FRY ON CHURCH GROUNDS

: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner, ac-' September 26th and has been
i Johanna. I A most enjoyable event was the let us estimate on
companied by Mrs. Turner's mother, roamed
fish fry at which the men of the
i. Mrs. H. L. Delaney,of LaBelle spent
) Bible Class entertained the
Friday:" in West Palm Beach. W. T. Eefting left Saturday for Friendly '
: ladies of the Community Church and next order :
, I Miami to join Mrs. Eefting and son,
! R. Y. Patterson and A. H. King Ronnie, who left "Clewiston a few their friends Thursday evening. The you i
t affair held at the church
: >. were visitors in Fort Myers Sunday, months ago. Mr. Eefting has been was "
; -
of the Royal connected with the government workon grounds.A FOR.LETPERHEADS" '
attending a meeting ;; 'o"''''
< I ": .,
committee assisted in -.
Palm Council of Boy Scouts.Mr. Lake Okeechobee, but Is leaving servingthe "; '
government service to become associated excellent fried fish, corn bread '8 : -: ; .,:

and Mrs. D. L. Hansen and with his father in the oper- and coffee, which was prepared by :' ',: ." ,:
the cook and boy from the
; daughter, Betty Claire, have moved ation of a creamery in Miami. mess
i to Clewiston from Belle Glade. They I dredge Maycca.A '
attending the moviesin reading by Mrs. G. C. Poole, anda BILLHEADS
j are in the Schult apartments. Among those
I solo Mr. Bradnack,
Belle Glade Sunday were Mrs. by accompanied I

! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs left I W. C. Hooker, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell: by Mrs. K. S. McMullen provided HANDBILLS .. j

Thursday morning for Miami, where 1 Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. H. E. delightful entertainment which was t

Mrs. Downs went for medical treat- Wells, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstead, supplemented by impromptu singing, ENVELOPES ; : .
ment and a possible operation. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mr. and and by several numbers from a quar- c

"*rs. Russell Whidden, Mr. and Mrs.C. tet chosen from the church choir.J. RULFD FORMS .

l Henry Chappell returned from F. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Beardsley led the grou'p sing- .

:i Jacksonville Thursday, and is remaining Bowden, C. J. Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs.E. ing and Miss Marion Leydig accom- WINDOW CARDS

: rl here where he Is employed L. Stewart, Mrs. J. A. McGeehee, panied. ".

' I by J. F. Tippey, local contractor. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn. There was a large attendance at I TICKETS
, s' this pleasant gathering.

I J Mrs. M, E. VonMach and daught-! Out-of-town teachers who arrived .?" ETC.

r: ers, Margaret and Corrinne, and over the week-end include Miss Vil- CLEWISTON. COMMUNITY:
1 r Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw were business ma Rhodes of Winter Park and Miss CHURCH
1 visitors in West Palm Beach Friday. Eva Mae Green of Plant City who
r are residing at the home of Mr. and
'j. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and her sister, Mrs. Foster Meredith, Miss Lucil Rev. N. H. Schaaf, Minister. I

Mrs. H. E. Wells of Bainbridge,, Hampton of LaBelle who Is living Services for October 7, 1934. THE 1 CLEWISTON NEWS

Georgia, left Wednesday for Fort with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Miss 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Dr. J. W.

t .Jt ( Lauderdale to visit relatives. Mrs Livonia Congdon of Alva who Is at Ezelle, Superintendent.A .

t, Wells will remain for a stay of sev- the Rogero home Miss Mae Drew of .' new series of studies based I

I eral days before returning to Bain- Richland, Georgia and George V. upon the writings of the New !PT .

bridge but Mrs. Maxwell returned Stanley of Gainesville who are at Testament will be inaugurated.Mrs .., .. : !:
will ... -- '
Mark Lawler, pianist) I <
; to Clewlaton yesterday, the Inn ,

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ME? so 'AJ ( ARE YvuNQ FORE: FRINP "Were you ever boarded by .1 I
INDADE STANDIM' 'THERE CASEY, HIM AS pirates Captain?" "What's a joint account, pop?"
OIMGBELITTUM- 'TSKrsk --- JisT! BROKE HIS "Yes. I've stayed at several of "It's an account where one person
? MY WORK? LAi<3" LAST WEEK: your summer hotels." does the depositing" and the other the
yV withdrawing.
Applicant (for position of office

'. jr-r )- boy-I may> say Tm pretty smart. .t." ",- ,I:. _..<' ,_, _,_ .
---- I've won several prizes In crosswordand
jig-saw puzzles and wordpicture
competition lately.
Employer-Yes, but I want some-
one who can be' smart during office
hours. ,
Applicant-This was during office 1'T.kL

J hours.-Chelsea Record. : ')0

tm Small Mercies t
jonJ y
Weetera Newspaper "Hello!I" exclaimed the investor
who was reading the third quarter
'- report, -"a reduction, by George! Professor. Bug Ah, this must be
THEN SHE RESTS Ouch I SAD, SAD STORY I That's good news!1" the Great Wall of China.

I... I The mistress was interviewing a "What! a reduction In profit good
;).. : ...-'. ri:i prospective applicant for the positionof I news?" Tough Break
i L..JI cook and concluded: "Oh no, not in profit: -!In deficit"Boston Editor-Well, how's that thrilling
J Mistress-Well, Jane, seem quite
you Transcript article getting on? ,
suitable In respect and I have
every Author (looking up from blank pa-
decided to engage you. The work will His Place on the Team per-Too thrilling for words.
be light and and will find
easy, you Uncle George-I suppose you are
I. that the master Is very easily pleased. on the football team' ? Should Be
Jane-Yes, mum. I thought the same Coffee Pot: 'Why Tommy-Well,'yes, I do the aerial Diner-This salmon Isn't nearly so
-"': so gloomy, old-
the moment I saw you. work. '
nice that I had week
Uw timer? as a ago.
I Iron-Can't : Uncle George-What's that? Waiter-It should be, sir; it's from
help It, I'm a sad iron
".Ma. what Is leisure?" Didn't Know How He SufferedAn TommY-I blow up the footballs. the same fish. .
"Leisure Is the spare time a woman elderly man somewhat worried White Line 1.u
has In which to do some other kind about himself went to see a doctor. The state police were given exami-
of work my dear." The doctor listened and smiled. nations for driver's license. Upon returning -
"My dear sir," he said, "this little from the driving test a middle-
Reason Enough habit of talking to yourself Isn't any- aged negro was questioned about different -
"Senator, I wish you would give mea thing to worry about" I highway laws. The questioner
Job as your private secretary." "Isn't It," said the patient indig- asked: .
"Oh my boy" responded the oily nantly:"You don't know what a darned! I Questioner-And what !Is the white
senator "don't get mixed up with the bore I am.-Stray, Stories Magazine. line In the middle of the highway for!
government service. Nothing to It Negro (promptly-Fo' bicycles.
Runs a young' man. Besides, I have Right Back at Her
promised that position to my son." He gave her a ring. < Introduction
"Oh, George, darling," she sighed : "I have a bill that I wish to Intro- )
Scheme "how sweet of you to 'remember the duce," said the constituent ;,,
Wife-Didn't I hear the clock strike stone I preferred I None of tho other "All right," said Senator Sorghum. # fC
two as you came'!n last night fellows was ever so thoughtful""Not "Ill arrange the Introduction Into leg-
Hubby You did. It started to at all, my dear," he blandly islative society. One debutante moreor
ctrtke eleven so I stopped it so it replied. You see, this 1.* the ringI less won't make any particular dif .
would not wake "
you. always nse. ference. "

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: Nanking Is "Workshop" 95 Appearances in Let Our Motto Be Housewife's Idea Box

Court Sets Record GOOD HEALTH

!' of Affairs of ChinaS Salem, Mass.-Police believe that BY DR. LLOYD' ARNOLD .

; 1 ; Salvatore, Vltale,. elderly Beverly Professor Medicine of Bacteriology and Preventive
,University of Illinois.
resident holds
some sore'of
a rec- College of Medicine.DIET .
S <$> ord. He1 has been In court exactly ----v __vvv________.
New Capital Is Attaining the republican form ,of government in 95 times on various minor charges.His .

World-Wide Notice. 1928, China again chose more centrally latest sentence was to the state FOR OLDSTERS

located Nanking as the seat of gov farm on a nonsupport and drunkenness ,
ernment. Today some 050,000 resl charge.by \A/"E' ARE now at last beginning
Washington.-"Nanking Is making:
dents-double the 1928 : diet as a preventiveof
I Itself heard round the world as thenew the degenerative
watch Nanking bravely seek a place diseases of older t
capital of China. Although Peip- beside London life, the diseases of the stomach
Ing, the old northern capital, may be Washington. Paris. ships of the Eurasia Aviation company ,heart, kidney and pancreas. These

the bay window of China's International "Besides erecting'many modern '' (Sino-German) between Shang diseases of older life are rapidly becoming

relationships Nanking I Is;: the workshop buildings, such? as the new central hos- hai!, Nanking, Loyang Peiping Sian, more of a problem as our an0.N'Iw'

t ," says the National Geographic pital, the ministry railways, and the Lanchow, and Tihwa capital of Sin- life expectancy Increases. For in-

society. :'.But because huge sums are ministry of communications, NankingIs kiang. stance, In Illinois In 1910 only 32

expended: by the nations In maintain- laying roads-asphalt roads and "No great industrial establishmentswill per cent of the population was over FOR ICE-BOX COOKIESAn

1 ing established embassy quarters at good ones. Approximately 100 miles of be found in the new capital, but 35 years of age. In 1930 the number Ice cream container makes an
l It Is that these will wide asphalt boulevards wind In brocades made
Peiplng unlikely and Nanking by individuals was 40 per cent-a gain of 8 per centin excellent mold for Ice-box cookies.
'; be moved to Nanking for some time. out of the city The Nanking-Shang In their homes, are worldfamous.The 20 years. Press your cookie mixture Into the

I" "However, Russia's embassy Is at hal highway, of macadam' and dirt, Chinese in this region are farm- In saying diet, however, I hastento carton firmly. Put on the cover.
, Nanking and it is represented by a will be finished within It will ers government
i a.year. small-shopkeepers, add that this article Is not''going Place It In the refrigerator. When
: consular office at PeJpIng; the British link the capitalmore closely to China's employees, soldiers, 'poli. emen.- hotel to'present spinach as the cure-all for you are ready to bake,tear away the

and French have diplomatic establishments financial and:.cpmmercial.seaport me- keepers, rickishaw-pullers, carriageand these older diseases., Older persons cardboard and you have a perfectly

In, Nanking which are subsid tropolis. ,A government railway connects taxi Drivers, or ordinary laborers. may eat spinach "if therg Be such"as shaped cylinder to cut. up :'Into
lary, respectively, to embassy and Nanking with Shanghai (eight' Much cotton is made Into cloth byIn- like It, but older people, thank cookies.

r legation at Peiping; the Japanese hours), and with Peiping (about 36 dividual weavers. a'< ', fi goodness, have no drastic need for THE HOUSEWIFE.
maintain consular offices at Nanking, hours). River steamers take travelersto "Co-pperation on the. part .of j the vitamines In their diet. "It's the Copyright by Public Ledger.'Inc.

I branches of their legation at Peiping; Shangahl or to Hankow and beyond. United States has' meant much to Ryan- youngsters up to twenty years of age WNU Service

and the office of the American consu- City Is Air-Minded. king's progress. The''city shelters approximately -: or so who must have foods ,that contain Find Death in VolcanoOn
l late general at Nanking Is a busy 300 American SO ,British, vitamines-who must have their
the "of
f ... branch of the American legation at. "Nanking Is' air-minded. Its skies and 40 French residents. American spinach' \Ve oldsters, done .with our Japan Is the small active Island volcano Oshlma Mihara its

Peiping. buzz with the roar of American-made oil and steamship companies maintain growing pains, can take it. pr leaveit Yama whose main

1 ."Thus, because of its importance as propellers on'American planes. China's offices there; and Chinese agents han- And I for one leave It. That's In the fact that Us Interest today lies
crater has
China's capital city; its location, 210 National Aviation company, In whichan dle an appreciable number of AmerI- personal of course ; spinach Is good becomea
popular for
miles inland on the south bank of the American corporation is the mi- can automobiles and radios. Over food, excellent food. I recommend It than More

Yangtze river, backbone of Chinese nority stockholder, maintains a dally Nanking's streets roll approximately for babies and the teen age group. 200 persons plunged to death
there last
v\} commerce; its proximity to Shanghai's flight schedule between Shanghai. I 2,000 .privatel '-owned automobiles, 90 But-age has its compensations.But from year.the Recently two reporters -

revenues ; its comparative nearness to Nanking, ,Hankow, Chungking} and per cent of which are American- coming back to our problem. Tokyo" newspaper
" .tl -err Canton ; and its freedom from too In- Chengtu., Weekly schedules are flown I i made." I No person past thirty-five has the "Yomlurl Shimbun, wearing asbestos
suits and gas masks, make a descent
,, timate Association with the Manchus, physical tone of the person of twen
Nanking:! Is becoming a more and more. ty. As our muscles begin to show Into the crater in a steel gondola,
with the hope of dispelling,the belief
Important factor in the story of new signs of sagging, our hair of thinning

ChIp ?: Argentine Training Ship at New York and our skin of drying, so do our that which Mihara suicides Yama is find a sacred eternal placeIn rest

'. Beautification Plans. internal organs lose Their tone, in the
same relative in the flames of the volcano. They
$ : "Blue prints of extensive beautification degree. descended to a depth of 1,250 feet
Particularly Is
this true of the digestive -
plans. for Nanking are being stud-' where the heat became unbearable
i led tract. The lining of the ,
by the national Development
government. -
and they found that most of
stomach ,
of the area near Sun-Yat- E t yk begins to ,blanch and the
bodies Jande the rocks
stomach on ,far above
Sen's tomb, outside Nanking'smiJe- secretes less acid. As ,we
the bubbling lava.
long wall, is progressing rapidly. Like grow older this deficiency of the

pouring new wine into old bottles, an' stomach to secrete acid affects a Like That '

American builder is pouring cement In-: greater number of persons. In the '
forty to forty-five year age the Woman-You .sa'y your 'daughter
to Chinese forms to achieve an occi- group
dental-oriental style of architecturefor number Is 10 per cent to 12 per cent ; plays the piano like PaderewskI?
Neighbor-Yes she 'plays with
Chln 's' new capital. A New York ! i '
"i both hands:
t architect has Insisted that his employers -. ii, in the sixty year group, 30 per cent;
';. .' : ,S to 40 per cent In the .seventy
: ;
the national government, preserve t'w X l\\ 5.5lax'ii' /+. : year
China's characteristic formhencemany :'' r : y group, GO per cent.

of the new(buildings at Nanking For years there, has been controversy MercolizedWax.JCeeps

I are multiple-storied pagodas of ce- between practicing'physicians

ment. The government, recently completed s and physiologists as to how this trou-

I construction of the first of these ter' ble was: to. be_ '_cqrrected.The physicians .,.,

I', new-style buildings, a seven-story ce- believed In relieving their patients

ment pagoda. by giving some form of acidas \ 7

"They are signs of the 'times, these a medicine, while the physiologists
new buildings. Nanking is growing laughed at them because they said

I. up, stirring again with power it once with two or three pints of stomach
l knew as China's capital under the U e juices requiring acidifying, it was
I 1\n r>_'.'__ foolish to think that few
lUlngs. Miter the1ings., 1-C111A1j (now a drops of

Peiping) became the Chinese capital I The Presidente Sarmiento, training ship from Argentina, photographed as medicine taken by mouth In a glassof Skin YoungAbsorb
t.; : and< the world almost forgot Nanking. she arrived In the Hudson river at New York. She Is carrying the naval cadets water could do the job.

r_ i But with the infusion of new life into I on a long cruise. Now, in a series of experimentswe Mercolizcd blemishes Wax daily and as discoloration directed. Invisible using

r have been carrying on in the research particles of aged skin are freed and all
,f defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
laboratories of the Universityof large pores disappear. Skin ia then beauti
Site of Jamestown Col lony Will ,Be Dug Upvessel Kansas Farmers Plan to Illinois, and which we are just years fully clear younrer.velvety Mercolized and so Wax soft:-brings face looks out

4 Put in Artificial now ready to make public, we have your hiddeiroeauty.At leading druggists.
I II Pond found at last that the physician Is' I Powdered i
I : Hope to Uncover Story of First In irons but soon was releasedto Oberlin. Kan.-Farms of northwest 'right. And the physiologist was wrong I Reduces wrinkles and SaxolitefEl'
I olvo I
I f Settlement. become a leader of the colony and Kansas may assume the appearance of when he thought stomach acidity was I Bitch hazel ono and ounce use |
I one of the romantic figures of the Co- a patchwork of checkers on 'the check the main factor In digestion. It Is

i<' lonial days. It was a few years after erboard If plans for artificial ponds on
Washington.-A company of 200 not.When Wanted Sales A!:eD hi.Exc1oslv-o territory.Sell
; men of the Civilian Conservation the arrival of the party that John all farms in this area materialize.The the stomach Is acid, however Waterproofing materials,roof coatings and paints
, ; will be assigned to excavate James-corps, Rolfe'married Pocahontas. ponds, according to engineers the Intestinal bacteria 'cannot a-'dpnbllcbulldine'S.to farms homes' factories JugcommisslonspaidVrlte 011111168. hospital*

1 I town Island where In 1C07 the first After years of tragedy and suffering, would aid in flood control, water con- get either into it or the upper intestine ve3sA raoat crs,1ne.afnl2dS are.drny,se.Xork,l.I.

: permanent English settlement was Including Indian massacres, famine, servation and will increase the supplyof : It Is as if the stomach acid

I r: founded In America. The excavation fire and pestilence, Jamestown becamethe well water throughout the region.A ity made a gate through which the Valuable Possession p

I work will be conducted to uncover the center of a prosperous colony. In drive recently was started by Intestinal bacteria cannot pass. With There Is something outward in a r r
story, as written In the 300-year-old 1C99, after a vote by, the General Assembly business men of towns in this sectionto this fact known our problem then was perfectly healthy nature.

" foundations erected by 103 colonistsof the1 seat of government of Virginia obtain federal and state aid for de- to find how to make the stomach

the settlement, for the official records was moved from Jamestown to velopment' of basins to hold runoff Water juices ,acid for anyway two to fpur ,1

I ;; of the national park service. Approval Middle Plantation, now Williamsburg.With since the drouth has cut Into supplies hours after eating when the major,

I t of the project was announced the passing of the capital'Jamestown of water throughout the region. 'work of digestion, goes on. We tried

: by Robert Fechner, director of emergency was abandoned and reclaimed by It Is anticipated that 'such work, besides many experiments. It was found that 0 'pr .

I conservation work. wilderness.The serving as a drouth relief measure synthetic acids such as"' 1 per cent

; Jamestown Island, In Virginia, is a Association for the Preservationof would furnish Jobs for unem citric, lactic, hydrochloric, -sulphuricone 4I
unit of the Colonial National monu- Virginia Antiquities' several years ployed. '- was asgood as another-helped 4I I I
ment. In the party that established ago obtained about twenty acres 'of when taken in water at meal time. i I

:. the settlement was Capt. John Smith, land on the island where a number of But who wants to be taking medicineat
:' who arrived in the hold early American relics were found. Recently Digger Indians Were meal? 0
of the tiny every Your own druggist is authorized to
I I the remainder of the island was Once Great ArtistsSalt Foods were tried out. And then cheerfully refund your money on the spot f

purchased by the federal governmentfor Lake City.-The through experiment after experimentwe if you arc not relieved by Creomulsion.
I SINCLAIR NOMINATED national park purposes. Digger Indiansof
California proved that a diet rich' In acid
may now be known
: ..di" Plans for surveying the island and the "dirt eaters," but once they as and poor In alkaline would do the MONEY :MAKING* OPPORTUNITY
the locating of the foundations of the were trick. for men and women with nationally knoffc
I great ,artists.A organization selling raincoats, zipper jackets
early homes have been made by B. collection So In the diet for the older personwe and all weather coats for men. womun." -
of their
! Floyd Flickinger, superintendent of basket workof can forget vitamines as a factor. children. Liberal commissions-high qual
c Intricate weave and ity-)low prices. Sell friends first--their sat
the Colonial National monument. At design Is It's acidity we are after, Simply eat isfaction brings you more customers. We
present several sites are'' being considered owned -by John S. Bransford of Salt plenty of lean meat, eggs, butter, guarantee fit and satisfaction or mon r
Lake City. The items equipment free. Com .
for the camp 'of the C. C. 'C. com were'collected fresh fruit, green foods, other fresh plete Instructions for taking measurements.
which Is' to be moved from by Mrs. Bransford during the SOs in Go Write today for full Information about thli l
[, pany, soon Plumas vegetables. easy on potatoes, how pleasant way to make money. GIve references -
Yorktown to Jamestown. A level open county, California. ever, cereal foods, pastry, other experience first letter. J. :B. CUM.'
space near the bridge connecting the island Most of the pieces In the collectionwere starches, sweets all fats'except but-

l with the mainland has been chosen made before the coming of the ter. I said green foods, you notice.
f lf white man to California. Their Is a DEATH SHOT kills all Insects. Dilute $1
tentatively. Once the camp Is Installed entry And spinach green food. So Ifyou bottle 40 times. DEST-U'.ALL l'ROnUCTS.
t it is planned to survey the entire marked the end of the Digger civilization like It, eat it. But there are 305; Iynl-Ujclinrch; lildg*Jackson*ille,n a.

Island by dividing It Into 100 but the work Is evidence that many other kinds of green foods beside .

;vs, square foot areas and exploring each they once excelled In a difficult art. spinach. There are turnip greens FREEd BEAUTIFUL PAIR OF LOVEly -
ana nest greens, cnaru, pure silk hose for a few minutes of your
:4l separately. asparagus,
time. Send dime for card and Instructions.
lettuce, celery and cabbage Sour B. ANDERSON ,- Colombia, Miss.
Stone Age House
t' ", Found kraut Is one of the best dishes older
l Plan to Use Dry Ice Stockholm. 5,000-year-old Stone persons can eat. Sour kraut juice is

for Cooling Airplanes age dwelling has been unearthed at good too, and so are tomato, lemon POOR CO PLEXIOPIsi
Katrineholm In central Sweden and pineapple I
by juice. Do not drink
aY Calcutta.-A Dr. Sten Florin Clogged pores, pimples improved inI
transportation com- young scientist The much sweet milk
but drink freelyof few days
a. by and the
pany In India Is experimenting with ancient abode contained a great number buttermilk. Soap

dry ice, or solid carbon dioxide, as an of flint axes and other weapons as Of course, diet will not cure a serious -
\ agent for cooling airplanes. If satis- well as many primitive household Im I I vital disease. Such diseases. need Resro1SORE

factory results are obtained planes, plements. \ the care of a physician. But If you
I traveling across that country will be have the ordinary Intestinal distress

Ir air cooled in future. Should dtperl- Doll Valued at $500,000 that so many persons past forty experience
ments prove successful travel should Tarragona then try out this diet for a : EYES
: Spain.
F-lr: the vaults of Eyes Lotion
r be
facilitated months.
between Calcutta few And If have
and you as yet I relieves and
"- : a Tarragona bank is : cures sore : '
: a D.Ilelnfnredeyes in U to.Y
Bombay wbere-suimrier temperatures' toy valuedat then 'this diet will boars. Helps the wean eyed
i : ; $500,000. no symptoms, aW Ask cures without pain.
: It'Is 'a yonrdru
I Upton Sinclair Socialist, who turned I of 115 degrees are considered normal finely chiseled doll made of 'ou In preventing' them. from RetormDispensaryp.O.Doxlbl.AtJlLDta RletordeeleriorSdLTLrIt'.llnly Ga.! 1

Democrat and won the nomination for and, 130 degrees Is sometimes ex in the tomb marble. It was'' found In .any case the diet will do no ;
i of
an Infant WNU-7
of California believed
i governor ceeded. to harm so It Is worth trying. 30-34THE '.
have died about 300 A, D. I F
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School mar. And if you don't believe the on the school board of Madison, being globe is said to be the largest in Plans have not yet been drawn+

Taylor County were hard, boys and girls, ask your chairman of the latter at the the world, though the smallest that up for the new bridge by the State:

Instrumental in HistoryIn mothers and fathers, or perchance present time, and Is also chairman could be made to show the extentof Road Department and it is likely,

your grandmothers and grandfath of the board of directors of the Commercial Ford Motor company operations.All that from the data gathered by the

Bank of Live Oak. around the earth, across seven core drillings and soundings this-
a little log school houso in and to ua And among the schoolmates of theHardee seas and six continents, Ford activ- week it will be decided whether anew .
this primitive,
Taylor county the ground work for upon of learning; boys were, L. W. Blanton, ities spread. bridge will be built or simplyan

much of Florida's recent history was: insignificant, future temple history of Flor W. A. Hendry, W. T. Hendry, A. L. Factories, assembly plants, offi- approach span on the east side. ;.t
laid. Here a !future governor and a much of A at least Johnson, and Maggie Hagan, all well :ces, showrooms, mines, forests, plan- *ivs.GRACE .
destined ida depended. governor HAS PARTY
of lads who WARD
number were
member of known and highly respected in their tations and quarries-these com-
to grow Into influential citizens ol three state legislators, a FOR HER FIFTH BIRTHDAY;
commission, at various communities.L. prise'the Ford empire, Identified on
train the state highway '
the statereceived their early
least two Successful and prominent W. Blanton is now county; the 1200 square feet of the surface Little Grace Ward, daughter of

ing. bankers, and several county officials judge of Taylor county and was a of the sphere. Ford properties Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, celebratedher
In 1884 or 1885, in the days oi laying the foundations for: member of the house of representatives thickly dot the' map of North America fifth birthday Saturday with a

"the old blue backed speller," this their were future success in life, as bare in 1903, 1905 and 1911. from Mexico City to Saint John, party at her home. Mrs. Ward help-

one teacher school had possibly not and playmates, in businessman New Brunswick, from Havana to the little folks with
foot boys, scholars W. A. Hendry, now a ed entertain
more than twenty or twenty-five pupils this little one-room log school house of St. Petersburg, was for eight Vancouver, Calgary and Regina. games and a peanut hunt, and pre-
at one time.It Ford has interests In South Am- fashioned
fifty or so years ago. years county superintendent of pub sented clever little dolls
the Pine Grove erica at Lima.. Santiago... Buenos Aires .
was suckers to the guests.A :
A. Hardee, who is now liqui lic instruction of Taylor county. from candy
school, and was built by the citi- Cary districtof Monteviedo, Sao Paulo, Rio de scheme of pink and white
of closed banks in the W. T. Hendry was a representative -
zens of the Pine Grove settlement I dator Janiero, Recife, Para, Puerto Cabello the decorationsand
out in
has been recom In the was carried
Columbia, and of Taylor county legislative -
because they decided their children and Porto Allegre; in Australia which consistedof
I mended for the position on the National sessions of 1923, 1925 and 1927 refreshments
needed a school. None of the taxpayers Board at Geelong, Brisbane and Perth; In assorted cookies and fruit
Finance ,
money was spent, and no help 1 Reconstruction third A. J. Johnson was chairman oi Malaysia at Singapore; in Africa at
was asked from the county school I I was state attorney from the the Taylor county school board in Port Elizabeth; in Asia at Mandras, juices. Mary Louise
from were
judicial circuit of Florida 1902 and served the state high The guests
on Yoko-
board. I Bombay, Calcutta, Colombo, Law-
Kolstad, Peggy
of the Flor- Kim
1913 he was speaker duri'ng'the Thomas
to ; commission latter:
They cut the logs for the outside ida House In 1915 and 1917; and way of Governor Catts' administra hama and Shanghai. ler, Bobby Nebiker, Eleanor Percy,

walls from straight young pine trees,, i I governor of Florida in 1921-1925, part ion. Next to the United States Ford Bobby Smith, Shirley) Anne Owen

notched them, and split the boards and has been secretary of the national interests are heaviest and most num- Bobb'y Lawler, Margie Allen, Nora

for the roof, floors, and inside walls. conference of State Governors The former Maggie Hagan' is the erous in Europe. Ford is represented Oglesby, Bobby French, Faye Lou

Backless handhewn benches were mother of W. B. Bishop, at present from Istanbul to Copenhagen, Mitchell, Lois Echols, Anthony Toul-
made with pegs stuck at angles for is told, and is said to have representative of Jefferson count; from Bologna to Stockholm. All Is, Nancy Wright, Sue Von Mach,
legs. The blackboard was made of story who has become recognized as one these Ford properties and more ap- Charlie Miner, Corrinne Von Mach,
wide boardsH trimmed smooth with a been published in the Perry news- of the leading members of that body pear on the Ford world in bright Bruce Beardsley and Patsy French.
the day, how H. B. Gibson,
drawing knife and blackened. If the paper The little log school house was paint by day and lighted by night.
the'teacher at the time Cary
teacher felt he needed the black- abandoned to the fate of the useless The great globe revolves on its.
school when he was five or maybe
board and wanted to use it badly and out of date many years ago in axis in a terraced basin of growing NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
enough he bought the chalk out of six :years of age, predicted his future the mad scramble to keep up with flowers in the "Court of the World" TAX DEED

his munificient salary of twenty dollars -I I governorship. : the times, but it still lives, with all i the main Ford building, which risesin

a month, which he accepted in He lifted the boy Cary up on his it's inconveniences and discomforts, the center of the vast rotunda of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, \I.

county script, and traded or converted -I I desk to speak for some visitors one in the fond memories of' its illus- ten stories open to the sky. That Carl E. Royer, holder of Tax ,.
him to I : No. 211, 2nd day of Sep-
into money as best he could. afternoon, and in introducing t trjous sons and daughters.Tallahassee Certificate
said in effect "Ladies tember, A. D. 1929, has filed said
The problem of teacher's board his.audience, Democrat. CORE-DRILLERS AT'YOnK made
office and
was solved by the simple expedientof and gentlemen, I take great pleasure: ON BlRIDGE\ certificate application in for my tax deed tOil issue

having him board about with res- in introducing to you a child who FORD EXHIBITS AREPOPULAR thereon in accordance with law. Said

idents two or three weeks or a Xl someday hold the reins of the AT FAIR Moore Haven Democrat) certificate embraces thefollowing described -

month here and there with this pat- state in his hands, Cary Hardee, the The core drilling machine of the property situated in Hendry

ron and that, sharing the usual rations future governor of Florida." From a little brick workshop to I State Road Department has been at County, Florida, to-wit:, Lots 1-2

of the family he happened to Charles J. and James E. Hardee, plants over all the world is thifortyyear work for several days this week Rosenberry's Sd, Sec 8, Twp 43 S,

be with, sweet potatoes, pork and Gary's brothers, also became successful history of Henry: Ford. taking soundings at Three-Mile Rge 29 E.
collard greens. and well-known political and The original shop in which the bridge and core-drilling the piers of The assessment of said property
under the said certificate issued was
The pupils did not have tablets business .men Charles was for years first Ford was built in 1893"has beer the bridge to determine the eleva- Diffenwierth.
In the name of P. M.
and pencils, colored chalk and scis- one of 'the leading lawyers of the set up in the Ford Exposition at A tion of the footing of these piers. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

sors and crayons, elaborate play- third judicial circuit of Florida, and Century of Progress in Chicago. This data was necessary in working according to law, tax deed

grounds and "complexes." Instead was enrolling secretary of the Florida And so has the "Ford World." on plans for the new bridge will issue thereon on the 8th day of

they "ciphered" on- slates, and studi- Senate for at least two terms. It is hard'to say which attracts which will be necessary when the October, A. D. 1934.

ed the three R's in the simplest and His son, C. J. Hardee, is now prosecuting the larger World's Fair crowd, the canal is widened and the engineers Dated this 7th day of September,

most difficult forms. No supplementary : attorney of Hillsborough. modest first "factory" or the huge I notes on the bridge. construction had A. D. 1934.

readers for them. They received count revolving globe that depicts the! been 16st. It was found after coring WILLIAM T. HULL,

their mental nourishment from James E. Hardee has for many present world-wide Ford organiza.I the piers that the elevations were (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,

Swinton's old "blue backed speller," rears been a successful business man tion. Each exhibit always is thronged .. the same as had been ,given from Hendry County, Flor-

American Educational readers, Rob- of Madison. He has served on the with sightseers. I memory by Tom Fredrick, who was ida.

inson't arithmetic, and Well's gram- board of county commissioners and Twenty feet in diameter, the Ford. engineer on the bridge construction. Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t.

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