The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00497
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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 19, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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iJt"! Install Bill Cowart Wins FirstIn I


Weather Instruments Diving At Meet!

; Young Bill Cowart, who won first
I Two Instruments designed, par- WADING POOLGround place in diving and totaled 65 pointsfor MOST FARMED LANDFive

PLANTED IN CROPS ticularly to be of service during his team, was the star of the

seasons of hurricane weather were Clewiston .entries in the Boy Scout

Installed this week at the Clewiston was broken on the lot swimming meet held at Punta Gorda drainage districts, located on

a E Farming operations, have Included sub-office of U. S. Engineers. One from the Catholic Church yes- Sunday by Troops of the Royal Palm; the east and south of Lake Okee-

i' the townsite of Clewlston where 125 is an ,automatically recording baro- across terday for the construction of a wad- Council. The Clewiston boys came chobee embrace the highest percentage -

t acres are now planted or are being meter, which makes a permanent pool, a gift from the Clewiston home with third place in the'meet.. of land actually in use in any
I i prepared for planting In beans. The record of Atmospheric pressure. Legionnaires to the children of the The Clewiston Troop' had nine entries given area of land included in any of

sandy loam and the excellent drainage The second instrument is more I community. .. Bill Cowart, George Bestor, the 67 drainage districts of the state,

make the townsite a most desirable James and Owen Winn, James Har- according to a recently Issued -
unusual, and Is known as an anemo- Under the supervision of W. C. summary
location for planting fall crops. rington, James Aiken, Charles Rob- by Walter P. Fuller, directorof
: instrument for gaugingthe Owen a concrete wading pool 20 by
meter, an
Included In the list of fields is the erts, Pat and Wilbur McGeehee. the F. E. R. A. project 52-S-56,
Miner velocity of wind. The exterior ,24 feet will be constructed to vary
twenty acres which Charlie Besides the swimming team a being a "tax, finance and economicsurvey"
part of the anemometer is erectedon in depth from 18 to 30 inches. The
has .well along the road to maturity number of other scouts accompaniedthe of the several drainage districts -
of the donated the
wing of Clewiston
of the Engineer's City
inhe i blocks lying west of Francisco group to Punta Gorda and formed of Florida.
Administration building. It consistsof ground for the pool and various
:street and north of the, Clewiston part of the approximately 300 The survey, which was financedby
a small tower atop of which is a members of the local post have '
Drug company. people who witnessed the meet. Mr. C. W. A. funds, was authorizedas
revolving series of me- pledged labor, money and material
:Michael Crltlcos (Mike, the shoe- horizontally and Mrs. J. A. McGeehee and. Mr. a public service and the recommendations
The speed of this revolu- sufficient to construct it.
tal plates.
maker) has twelve acres planted be- and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Scout- and findings of the sur
believe that after -
of the
tion depends on the velocity The Legionnaires
twen the highway and the diamond- and master Arthur H. King accompaniedthe vey are those of the director per-
is complete
wind. The instrument which reads the wading pool
: ball'field. group to Punta Gorda. sonally and not of the F. E. R. A. or-
inside the the community
Is located its benefits to
this velocity
F.''R. Greer of Adel, Georgia, has In addition to those named above ganization.
,:, building and is a device so arrangedthat i demonstrated some means will be
the Schult apart- the Clewiston attendants included
four acres opposite Inasmuch as the survey is the first
when it is in use a small electric I found to construct a modern swim
merits planted In stringless, beans. Jimmy Holland, James and Jack ever undertaken to gather togetherIn.
bulb flashes at intervals. The number ming pool in connection with It.
of Belle Glade Bob and Dick Patterson Bob
L "Blondie" Newman Wynn, any definite form information
: '. between flashes is. made with a, viewto
'. seconds Plans being
of are
j I = has a large portion of the tract I I Trainor, Leroy Hare, Al Trainor, Bill concerning the taxes, benefits and
miles hour of ultimate goal. The wading
of this
the per
-: where the Avant house is located. I I Owen, Jr., Vincent Oglesby and regulations concerning the operation
of the lot
wind velocity.ANNUAL. pool is on the south half
f" The field contains 15 acres. i Rhunelle McGeehee. of all the drainage districts In the
and will face Atlantic Avenue on
Andy Weiland is putting in state it is of much Interest and im
the which the Church is located. Space
acres the highway from

t Clewlston Motor Company. RECEPTION ming for the pool, construction has been left of on the the swim-other C. I. D. CASE THROWN Although Mr. Fuller does not list

Guthrie and Allen have 10 acres swim- the drainage districts in the five
lot. The
part of the corner
In beans, located back of the Scout which furnish half of all drainage

t; house and up to the A. C. ,L. passenger IS HELD BY P.-T. A. ming Osceola pool avenue.A is designed. to face on OUT BY WHITEHURST/ I district lands under cultivation it

includes Pahokee Pelican Lake
r I wading and ,swimming pools
; E. B. Bethea has 8 acres extend- South Florida Conservancy, Clewls
l, have been the hopes of the
tram the Union Hotel to the ton and Diston Island drainage dis-
ing I The annual reception for membersof small
Post for some time, but the Circuit JudgeGeorge W. White '
McGeehee home planted. the Clewiston school faculty will tricts. Mr. Fuller's report states.
membership and the resultant small hurst 'at a hearing in Fort Myers,
Emil Roscoe Is putting in 6 acres first fall' meet- "The highest percentage of land
be combined with the
treasury made it a difficult under- Friday, threw out of court a lawsuit
f of beans west of Royal Palm avenue. Ing of the Parent-Teachers Associ- actually in use in a given area 'during -
I taking for the group. However, ,at attacking the constltuUo'nalityof ;
Gus Van de Velde has 4 acres ation tonight in the school auditor- ': the season of 1933-4 was that
a recent meeting the subject came a law reducing taxes in the Ca
planted near the ridge.H. included in a of five districts
for discussion and several Leg- loosahatchee Improvement district, .
J. Mathis Is cultivating 6 acres ; : bordering east and south of Lake
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, president of ionnaires pledged substantial cash The lawsuit was brought by S. W

r. on Francisco street. has the assocation, will preside at'the donations to the project, providedthe Sells, represented by R. E. Kurt; Okeechobee."In .
Harry Lucas of Belle Glade 67 districts with total of
: Clewlston business session and will' present-,the Legion would take it up and and, sought to require the district tc
30 acres opposite the 2,198,664 acres, only 198,520 were
three objectives which the 'group sponsor it. Enthusiastic response assess taxes in the !district in accordance -
and north of the Gulf sta- of
Laundry being worked and this group five
will attempt 'to carry out this year. from the members and from friends with a 1927 act, and not will
mentioned above, accounting for an
tion.An will be The objectives, as adopted by the made the construction of it' an as- the so-called "local law" passed al
additional 10 acres area of 320,234 acres, had in pro-
Executive board at a meet- sured fact. the 1933 session.It .
planted within a few days by Joe duction 94,427 acres, or in excess of
between ing, are: to provide milk and bread H. R. Hall is commander of the that Attorney Kurt:
Crouch who has not decided appears half of all cultivated lands in the 67
: undernour=:
available' locations. and jelly sandwiches to Clewiston Post and W. C. Owen is had agreed ''not to press the suit at
two districts.
l.' Practically all the unoccupied portions ished 'children; to provide work chairman of the wading pool. committee this time and thus attempt to force
"More than 6,000 carloads of win-
for underprivileged children, .
of size in the townslte, is : the levying of 60 cents per acre this
any and to buy library books for the elementary ter vegetables: were moved from
utilized for a fall crop of year on lands In this district. The
being ,
I school. this territory over and above production -
trustees of the district, by a vote I

beans. Each committee chairman will be MASTERS IS NEW of 2 of the three, had adopted reso of cane for processing into raw

asked to present the committee objectives lutions agreeing not to defend the sugar, which utilized 18,520 acres

for the year and to describethe lawsuit, and had Ignored their owr in the lake region, not including the

: LAKE CRUISE PROVES plans of the committee for fur- GOLF PRO HEREPlans attorney C. Q. Stewart, who favored South Florida Conservancy district, I

thering the aim. figures for which were not made
defending the suit. A voluntary de

The association will attempt to fender of' the law was Douglas available." i
CHARM TO VISITORS Mr. Fuller treats the ,subject of
have a large enrollment of paid for an active season have Treadwell of Arcadia, who repre "
debts out that
members by October 26th and a, con- : been completed by the Clewiston sented owners of large tracts of land
drainage taxes, although they maybe i
test will be staged between the Golf club and announcement has within the district, these same own :
Mrs. Don Waters and a burden in themselves, are but
Mr. and school rooms to increase membership been made that Mr. Joe Masters, ers having purchased large blocks;

their little daughter, Gypsy, of Baltimore I. of parents and friends of the golf professional of Indian River. of bonds of the ,district to protect one of a multitude of levies imposedon

spent a few ,days In Lake the lands, and that one parcel of
pupils. Michigan, will be in charge of the themselves.An .
Okeechobee waters this week en- land might possibly be located in
The program for the evening was local course this season Mr. Mastersis argument among counsel-as tc
route .to Palm Beach from Fort My as many as, 10 distinct taxing units
prepared by Miss Mae Drew, chairman expected to arrive next week to whether the case should be left school road and
drainage, ,
in a 10 foot row boat with an Including
;: ers outboard motor attached. Mr. Wat- of the program committee and make his home here and to assumehis pending was ended by Judge White- bridge, flood control, municipal,

included a delightful piano solo by duties the first of November hurst who announced that he dis
' and perhaps, nav-
: ers is a well-known writer, specializing state and county
', Mrs. M. R. Lawler and a violin solo The Clewiston golf course is in missed it from court. Mr. Kurtz not other special
semi- or
t on cruises In tropical and igation,
by Lawson Jones. ,M. E. VonMach, excellent condition and playing has ed an exception and it is, possible '
;' tropical waters and Is a regular con- districts.
il nominee for school board member, continued steadily through the ,sum that his client will appeal the case
tributor to Motor Boating and other "Perhaps the heaviest individual
will make a most worthwhile and interesting mer. Since Lloyd Sparrow left In the to the supreme court.
::1 sporting periodicals. overlapping debt is that of the Ev- ;,
talk on the topic "Direct spring, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd have and
Homer Hand of Glades county
The Waters family have been for erglades district, which covers 6-
i : ing the Leisure Hours of Children". been in charge of the golf club, and George Hendry of Hendry county i
, \, some days in Fort Myers and made 000 square miles. In some of these
Miss Drew and members of the pro- Mr. Byrd has continued the coursein the members who agreed not
,., the trip up the Caloosahatchee, were the Everglades acreage tax exceedsthe
I gram committee have chosen 'as good shape.A to defend'the' suit, while Earl Smaw- i
through' Three Mile ,canal into Lake levies of the individual district.

I F Okeechobefc and around the interesting their objectives for the year that of fall handicap tournament has ley of Lee County felt that the trus- "A huge accumulation of Ever- E

directing the leisure hours of child- been arranged to begin, November3rd tees should defend it. Lands in
t navigation channel skirting glades taxes has banked up in recent i
, f and that at each P.-T. A. meeting and continue through Novemberwith counties are
ren Glades Hendry and Lee
: the south '' ore of the Lake to the ; years: due to litigation still pendingin
some phase of the topic will be the finals to be played on December the in the district.
affected levy
will return by assessments
;- Palm Boa." canal. They the federal courts, no
2nd. A cup has been donatedfor "
1 to Fort :Myers in a few days for presented. having been made for the years i
the tournament and
f their large Chesapeake Bugeye Members of the hospitality com- are 1932, 1933 and 1934.

"Gypsy 'Waters", in which they will mittee, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, chairman, asked to turn in two cards \so the Store "The Everglades district has also
f Drug
handicap committee establishthe
{ make winter's cruise through Flor- will serve refreshments during an may I from time to time enacted special
handicap for each .
ida waterways. The "Gypsy Waters" informal social hour following the proper player.A Monday legislation revising tax rates in its
Will Open
ringer or low holer contest was
Is a sailing vessel with power, 50 program. numerous zones. Bondholders have
staged this summer, Capt. F. D.
feet long on deck, 65 feet long over- resisted these changes where taxes
Duff winning first place with a com- --
all with a 13 foot beam. have been reduced in the face of
posite low score of 30, and H. R. store is' being openedin
The Waters family have enjoyed Mrs. M. F. TicknorFriends A new drug mounting defaults and as a cons
Hall making a close second with a Monday by J. G.
a ,delightful outing in their rowboat Clewlston quence gross taxes in excess of six
low score of 31. B. Puryear. The
camping wherever night overtook I Niblack and Troy million dollars have remained un-

them on their journey cross-state, of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. store will operate as the Lake Drug l levied, while this litigation has'been

I !f \ while their large vessel is on dry- Ticknor have been grieved to learn Company and Is located in the HopI underway. Following a recent decis-

; dock in Fort Myers preparing for of the death of Mrs. Ticknor which Ground Cleared For kins Building in ,the space formerly ion in the United States circuit courtof

the winter's cruise. occurred recently in Miami, where occupied by the Sugar Bowl Cafe. appeals the district board prepared -

r Both Mr. and 1>Mrs. Waters have she had gone several months ago' for Two New BuildingsGround Painters and carpenters have been to assess these taxes in a lump

,r expressed themselves as delighted treatment.Mrs. busy this week and the interior of sum but before this could be carried

: : with their vacation. They are spend Ticknor accompanied her I has been the store has been entirely redecor- out a new injunction was obtained

I : ing a few days in Clewiston with husband to Clewiston, when he was week for the' construction cleared of this two ated. Fixtures began to arrive Wed- by landowners and -the matter is

Captain and Mrs. William Lockhart. assigned as Inspector with the U. S. nesday and installation will be com- still undetermined." .
.. buildings in Clewiston. M. H. Crouchis
, r:1 They will be entertained at dinner Engineers here. The couple made pleted during the week-end. A com- The Everglades lands arc a separate -
planning to erect home the -
F, tonight aboard the Lockhart boat their home at the Inn for several on plete line of drugs will be carried problem and lands here haveIn
lots adjacent to the M.
and were dinner guests last night of months last winter, until Mrs. Tick- new F. and the prescription department will general been put to agriculturaluse j
home. A small
Wright will -
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson. nor's health forced her to leave for building be in charge of Mr. 'Niblack, a registered to a far greater extent than
be built on the highway Lon-
f near In
pharmacist. those of other drainage districts
Miami. Mr. Tictfnor shortly after- nie's Lunch In which Jack Roan is ,
transfer to the MI- Both Mr. Niblack and Mr. Puryear the state. ,
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. Glen wards received a planning to operate an eating house.
f, Etherton and Miss Daisy Alston ami office of U. S. Engineers and are well known in Clewiston, Mr.: Mr. Fuller, from the entire survey

drove to West Palm Beach Sunday remained there to be near his wife, Niblack having been pharmacist at :oncluded that many reforms were

I r to meet Mrs. Maxwell's brother, R. who was then confined in a Miami Major B. C. Dunn, district engi- the Clewiston Drug Company until leeded'in the formation and opera-

.t I H. VanLandingham, who returned hospital.Mrs. neer for the 'Florida District; U. S. his resignation several weeks: ago. iOn: bf drainage districts in Florida

.r ,\ij. with ,them. Mr. VanLandingham, has Ticknor's condition had been Engineers, spent Monday and Tues- Mr. Puryear has been associated tfe r recommended that the 1913 general -

'. f) the and here the lake with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs taken over management of the critical for somo time the. end day .inspecting federal, ,

,: dining room of the Watauaba Hotel, wan not'entirely unexpected.\ prl ect, the operation of the. Clewiston Inu. ,\ Continued- on'\\I' Page. ...

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lag the evacuation of New York cityIn ROBERT MOSES 111
News Review of Current case of an air attack by Japan I LABOR-INDUSTRY
"from a base in Alaska

A Construct dirigibles, for 50 of them i PARLEY PLANNED

Events the World Over "competently" handled could destroy

.. Japan within two days.

President Urges Truce to Try
Q EMODELING: of the NRA by the
f (
,Jtv new Industrial recovery board Experiment.

President Calls for Truce Between Labor and Industry-; which has displaced General JohnsonIs
under way. One of the board's first Washington. President Roosevelt
Convention of A. F. of L.-Air Combat Forces official acts was to give a good job to will confer with representatives of cap-

Kilbourne Johnston, son of the retirIng ital nd'hbor In' an effort to establisha
Taken Away From Foulois. administrator-though he spells trial period of Industrial peace, he

\ his name differently.: The young man, disclosed in a vigorously worded mes-
who Is an lieutenant on leave,
PICKARD army sage to the nation.
By EDWARD W. was made acting divisional admInis- Neither the employers nor the work-

by Western Newspaper Union. trator In charge of manufacturingcodes. ers, he.said, will be asked to surrender fp'N 0

hours of labor sufficiently its has also industrial
ROOSEVELT'S latest weapons common to war.
PRESIDENT T with his fellow citizenswas failed to create a satisfactory numberof Donald R. Richberg, director of the Both groups, however, will be urgedto :

I well written well delivered and new Jobs. Industrial emergency committee when who give a fair trial to experiment fora 1tt- ,

as to his future In- That Its compliance machinery Is In- clashed repeatedly with Johnson reasonable time with measures "suit
peculiarly vague he was active as chief counsel of the
__... A-,,_ tentions. He sought to ell'ecthe"itb the result that vIola-' had able to civilize our industrial cIviliza-
of the codes recovery agency, intimated if there *
business and tions of the spirit are easily tion.
reassure been wounds they were now healed.
labor, both of whichare accomplished and quite general. Industrial, business: and financial
"We have said
no quarrel, Richberg
questioning him Labor does not have proper repre- leaders, who had hoped that the Pres-
with smile.
anxiously, but he sentation In either code enforcementor ident would give definite assurance 4 S .i 'y .j i5' 4
On behalf of the textile workers
made no definite replies administration. that experimental policies would be dis- ahr 3S N. ra
Sj AA Francis J. Gorman formally acceptedthe
to their categorical "In one way," the report says, poInt- continued and that rhere would be no % r
President's plan for an industrial
queries. His one ing to what seems to be viewed as the truce. He suggested a sixmonths'armistice further tampering with, the currency. ,

specific statement was only satisfactory accomplishment thus and that were disappointed. .
promised during
that within a monthhe far under the NRA "codes have fulfilled Instead, he lashel: out again at ,
\w would seek to ne- : expectations. They have with that period the union would permit alarmists and those whom he described Robert llosesew York city park,
"no stoppage of work" In protest '':
gotiate a truce be- few exceptions wiped out child labor. as "frightened by boldness and commissioner, was nominated for governor
against! any findings of the textile or
-'-' -- tween large groups of national labor relations boards. At cowed by the necessity of making de- of New York state by the Republican -

PresidentRoosevelt employers and large PRESIDENT GREEN' In his address cisions," ,for complaining of the risk convention In-1 Rochester.' He
the same time Gorman warned that
groups, of employees ration of Labor declaredthe "renewal of conflict" was Imminent involved in.New. Deal projects.In is the son of well to do parents of
through which there would be cessa-. establishment of the 30-hour week his first!'address to the American Jewish' descent and graduated from
unless the peaceful methods suggestedby
tion of the strikes that have been disrupting was one of the possible means of wiping people since last June, Mr. Roosevelt Yale. His record of public service is
the be Into
executive could brought
the nation's business. He said out unemployment, rawKWWW_,..._"__ "swift and effective action." reviewed the nation's progress out of long and distinguished.
he would ask the representatives of and said those oppos- the economic morass.

those forces to agree temporarily on ing it have offered no "I am happy to report that after '4
questions of wages, hours and working other remedy. First ONCE more talk of war with Rus- years'of uncertainty culminating in the FOUR MEN ARE SLAININ

conditions, and that with such agree- actual results In the is agitating Japan, ,,stirred up collapse of the spring of 1933, -we are A TAVERN HOLD-UP
ments In force he expected further ad- campaign I for this by a remarkably frank pamphlet put bringing order out of the old chaos

justments would be made peaceably, were announced laterto out by the Japanese army department with a greater certainty of the employment -

through governmental or prh'ate.medl; the convention by "Soviet Russia possesses 3,000 war 'of labor at a reasonable wage Two Bandits' and Two: Others
ation. Frank Feeney presi- planes, the United States 3,000 and and of more business at a fair profit"
"I shall not ask either employers or dent of the Elevator China, 500" the pamphlet, asserted. he said. Are Shot Down.St. .

employees; permanently to lay aside the Constructors'; u n ion. "If these" nations combined, the air "These governmental and industrial
to industrial war" he What he called the froces of the surrounding Japan abortive tavern
weapons common >.,, ..,.aj: powers developments hold promise of new Jacob, 111.-An
added. "But I shall ask both groupsto "greatest labor document WIIIIam Green would total more than 0,000 achievements for the nation." robbery that .ended in a spectaculargun '

give a fair trial to peaceful methodsof ever written" planes. He.traced improvements In the coun- fight between the'tavern operator,

adjusting their conflicts of opinionand has been signed-a five-year agreement "Although diplomacy can give as- try's banking' system under the New Elmer Jackson, and five bandits, took

Interest, and to experiment for a with contractor employers pro- surance that we will 'meet 'only one Deal and described the numerous waysin the ]lives of four persons and resultedIn

reasonable time with measures suitableto viding the six-hour day, five-day week enemy, we must ,assume that the enemy which the government has 'come to the critical wounding of another.

civilize our Industrial civilization." for the 19,000 members of the unionon will have at least '3,000. planes. the, assistance of business and indus- Jackson suffered minor injuries.As .

By way of reply to the appeals of a pay basis of 'the eight-hour day. Japan has only 1,000 planes. Can our try since he assumed office. the robbers entered the tavern

many business industrial and financial The contract will become'effective Immediately armaments be said to be completewith Mr Roosevelt emphasized, however, one of them shouted : "This Is a stick

leaders that the more radical measuresof Feeney said. In any locality this poor air force? that the government expects this mon- up. You're not going to get away this

the. administration's program be In which any other four ofthe" build- "Constant trouble along the Soviet- ey to be' repaid and expressed the be- time." Jackson, officers said, obtaineda

abandoned, Mr. Roosevelt declared the ing trades unions negotiate ..similar Manchukuan frontier, the Increasingly lief that it 'would be. shotgun and fired into the gang. Ina
New Deal Is to go on. To the ques-. agreements. of the Soviets shots
challenging attitude He reiterated his belief in "fair prof- few seconds were ripping
tions of those leaders concerning bal- The document ,also provides for an and Russia's traditional unreliability it" to business and Industry but indicated through the building as the bandits

ancing of the budget government ex absolutely closed shop, "and gives the make the future of Russo-Japanese relations quite clearly that there' had been backed out firing.

penses, further devaluation of the dollar elevator constructors the right to uncertain." no deviation from his pledge to '''work -. Witnesses said Lee Holden, an employee -

or return to the gold, standard, he strike at any time to support! any toward a national income of which the was shot to death as he beggedfor
made no reply. However he did de- the 30-hour week.
movement his life his knees. Floyd Hartman -
world air congress ,convened greater number would enjoy a greater
clare of
himself in favor of a system THE
Then While the delegates were 'cheering Washington, and one of the share. ,- twenty-nine, East St. Louis, a pa-
business based on private profit. this announcement, Co!. W. F". Axton, down the bandit fire
he said most Important events on its programwas "We count, in the future as in 'the tron'as, cut by

"1 am: not for a return to that definition tobacco manufacturer of Louisville, the award to Wiley Post of the i I past, on the driving power of .individual and died almost instantly.
Ky., arose and made a lively speechin International Aeronautical Federa initiative and the Incentive of fair As Jackson, hiding behind a door,
of under which for i
liberty many
support of the 30-hour week as the tion's annual] gold medal for the outstanding I private profit, strengthened with the continued firing, one of the ,banditsfell
free being gradu-
a people were
ally regimented into the service of the means of getting everybody back to aviation feat of '1933. For : acceptance of those ,obligations to the and was dragged from the building -

privileged few. I prefer and I am sure work. his solo flight around the world Post public interest which rest upon us all," by his retreating comrades. An-

you prefer that broader definition of liberty "If we want to get business back was chosen over Marshal Halo Balbo the Chief Executive said. other member of the band ,. was -

under which we are moving for- ,we must give employment to labor," .of Italy,' the LithuanianAmericanocean I' After praising the "able and energetic wounded
Axton said. "Industry at the same andJ. Several hours after the. shooting of-
ward to greater freedom, to greater.se flyers, Darius and Girenas, I leadership" of General Hugh S. '
curity for. the average man than he time must be protected from unfair V. Smirnoff, heroic HollandDutchEast Johnson, resigned, President Roosevelt ficers found the body of a man iden-
competition by such means as codes." of' tified Webb Perkins near a high-
has ever known before in the historyof Indies mall pilot spoke briefly the future plans for as
America." The arrival of John L. Lewis, 'president the NR'A. Functions of the recovery way several miles from the tavern. A

of the United Mine Workers of which have proved their worth, critically wounded man was found
Concerning the NRA, the Presideptgave TNTERESTING though not highly Important 'agency
praise to General Johnson and America gave impetus to the fight for A Is the, report that comes he declared, will be recommended to nearby and taken to a hospital In East

said the national recovery administration extension of the A. F. of L. into the Vienna, that Mustapha Kemal ,I congress as a desirable part of the permanent St. Louis, where he died. Madison'
industrial union field and to the'plan from machinery of government. county officers said both werevmem-
was entering its second phase, Pasha dictator-president of Turkey,
"which is in turn a period of prepara- to increase the executive council from one of the I Steps taken by the NRA and policies bens of the bandit gang.

tion for legislation which will deter- 11 to 25 m 'mbers.FOLLOWING may four marry unmarried sisters adopted under the fever-heat of Harold Shannon, a tavern patron,

mine its permanent form. He admit- of King Zog of the emergency a year ago now will was critically wounded and taken to a

ted there was a question as to the the recommendations Albania. Zog Is to visit I be reviewed from the standpoint of In- hospital at Highland, Ill .
committee appointed by Officers said they believed the un-
and the
wisdom of some of the devices em- Ankara soon and the dustry consumer. .
.r ployed during the first .phase of the the War department and headed by rcMi' engagement may be organize, identified dead man to be Eugene
Newton D. Baker, the department hast ; I Goodman, twenty-eight, self-styled
NRA but decried the attacks: on the announced then. Kem- 'to bargain collectively under
constitutionality 'of many of the thingshis created a generalheadquarters al, who Is fifty-seven provisions' the NRA, Mr. Roosevelt "Dillinger of the Ozarks." They cred-

administration nas' done. "We are air force, old -divorced his ''described as <'natural.." He criticizedboth ited the "Bish Perkins gang," an out-
comprising all the air ? years and the law hand that has ranged through.
not, he said "frightened by reactionary first wife, Latife Ha- the employer worker
lawyers or political editors. All $ combat forces, and noum, In 1925, and Is ,however, for not having taken advan- southern Illinois and Missouri, with

these cries have been heard before." placed It under the said to have expressed :tage of machinery 'set up by the fed- the raid.

Near the beginning of his address, direct command of .",.;m .mot a'wish to re-marry. eral government for adjusting labor

the President said: Gen, Douglas Mac- President KIng Zog's marriage- disputes U. S. Supreme Court in

"I am happy to report that after *V Arthur, chief of staff. Kemal abe sisters rangeIn The President dismissed with a few
of Thus all the fighting Session for 1934 Term
years uncertainty, culminating in age from twenty-three to twenty- words criticism of the constitutionality
the collapse of the spring of 1933, we planes are taken away six. The' Albanian royal family, like of many New Deal projects. Washington.-The Supreme court

are bringing order out of the old chaos from Gen.: Benjamin Kemal, is of the Moslem faith.. "We are not frightened by reactionary met to begin; its 1934 term, to be made

with a greater certainty of the employ- D. Foulois, chief of Rumors of another almost royal lawyers or political editors," he momentous by the fact that the tri-
ment of labor at a reasonable air corps end he cries have been bunal will be called to
wage Gen. Fouloisthe I I I i marriage come from Paris. The Pariser 'said. "All of these on pass on some,
and of more business at a fair ,Is leffcln command of "
profit Tageblattt, German refugee newspa- heard before. of the major phases of the adminis- .
These governmental and Industrial developments only the army air schools and air per says Chancellor Hitler contem- tratlon's recovery program. 1
hold promise of new depots. "Benny," who flew with the Only eight of the nine justices were
his brIde' a German
taking as
achievements for the nation." Wrights In 1909! and worked his way
the black-robed
BRIEFS in which marched
princess, one of the family of Saxe I r WASHINGTON I group
First formal to the has long been at
response President's to high" command Coburg and Gotha which Is allied to single file Into the chamber. Justice
speech came from the with the staff, struggling
National outs general Willis C. Van Devanter, who recently
Association of Manufacturers he considered its In- the crowns of half a dozen European ended the first quar-
which against what The. treasury
from Europe where his wife
countries. It adds that the fuehrer at returned
urged him to issue a proclamation Now the general fiscal on September -
fora trigues and_ politics. title ter of the 1933 year died, was absent.All .
the the
"truce on Industrial warfare" during staff Is having its way with him and, same time' will assume 29 with a deficit of $541,071,971. those seemed In
present good
of "duke of the Germans.
which existing employment relations as Washington. commentator says, Expenditures for that period were $1- spirits and health from their four
would be continued, and challenged the instead of the flying air fighter which .495,571,502::; comparedwith receipts 'of months' vacation.
American Federation of Labor to take his record fitted' him .to be, he has be- OAMUEL INSULL and sixteen of his $953,899,530, according to figures Issuedat .

like action. come a desk soldier and a school O former associates .In public utilitiesare the treasury. .
teacher. now on trial In the federal court Provoked by Arrest,

WHILE President William Green I Just as this order was; issued Brig.. In Chicago. They are charged with Arrangements were completed at the
some other leaders of the Gen. William Mitchell,' former 'chief of having used the malls to defraud Investors White House for the visit of President He Resigns VicarshipsMilwaukee
American Federation of Labor, just the air corps and ,a perpetual storm through the sale of $143,000- Roosevelt to Roanoke, Va., on October WIs.-Provoked by the

convened in San Francisco, expressed center,. was .testify lug before the com- 000 securities of the CorporationSecurities 19 to dedicate the new veterans' hospI- publicity given his arrest on a chargeof
approval of what.. Ir. Roosevelt said In mission appointed by the President to 'company. Judge James H. driving while intoxicated Rev. E.
his radio address, many others prom- study the government's aviation prob- Wilkerson is presiding over the trial tal there. Reginald Williams, former rector of

inent in the federation are far from lem. and United States Dlstrl. Attorney Harry the select St. Mark's Episcopal church
satisfied with the way things are go- Mitchell called the organization ota Dwight II. Green heads the. force of Federal relief that approximately here, has resigned his vicarships at
Ing. The executive "a lot of bunk and prosecutors. Selection of the jurydidn't L. Hopkins, announced
council's annual "GHQ" air force be apportioned churches in Fort Atkinson and Jefferson -
report devoted pages to an analysis of he declared that all army officers who take long, but it was certain I $100,000.000ould states'for Wis. .
the effect of the NRA upon the"Inter signed the Baker report should be the trial of the case would consume among the various re

ests of labor. Almost without exception "kicked out of the service." He referred weeks for the witnesses .are numberedby 'lief purposes during' October.

the effects were found either dI- to array aviation plans as the hundreds. Gets Life for Killing

:rectly harmful or unsatisfactory. work of "Boy Scouts" in the War department The number of government employees Four With Shovel
'fhe criticism was directed at the RESIDENT ROOSEVELT and his has increased 10.8.017 since Pres "

workings of the recovery program, in According to Mitchell these are the i naval advisers held a conference at ident Roosevelt't901 office, the civil Oklahoma City, Okla.-Speaking for

actual operation. The NRA and the measures the country should adopt. for the White House and now Norman H. service commission figures showed. Again the: first: time in many weeks, John A.

New Deal itself, were not condemned. Its aerial defense: Davis, ambassador at large, Is on his of 5,402 employees during August Cane former psychopathic( patient,
But the committee Indicted the pro Merge army, navy, and all air serv- way' back across the Atlantic to take carried total United States govern- pleaded guilty to a murder charge In '

gram on these main grounds : ices under one command. part In talks in London preliminary to ment employment at the end of that the shovel slaying of his wife and

That It has failed to Increase the Build planes with a cruising. radiusof the International naval conference. month to 002,104, the highest since war three children In June, 1933, and was
purchasing power of workers. 0,000 to 8,000 miles. Presumably he Is all primed to Insiston time. sentenced to life imprisonment.

That because it has failed'to reduce Make detailed plans for war, includ- the President's policies.



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SYNOPSIS She had her answer at last I And John Marston looked :
curiousij'. with thtuesu Characters; while at,,:the
i The answer to that night on the afterher.. lower, edge the smallbelligerept,figure

Scekiiin death to escape dishonor at dance hall floor-to the little gray The rest of that day was like a of n fighting cock stood ,boldly out in

the hands of a drunken desperado, ship settling so swiftly on the sand at nightmare to Sonyn. has relief..And : ,, .ti
Sonya Sagarin allows herself to be rescued s 5f r,1& I !
I by her suddenly repentant attacker the canyon's mouth-to Starr Stone's She I had to be about the house, to It was unbelievably heavy forits

The girl Is a self-appointed renunciation of love and all It meant. help I.lla"lth; the work, and R"'l size ', .,

physician to the Navajo Indians, living The answer to Starr Stone himself. was everyhere she went leaning fond, \Thfs much she ,saw and-felt before.
,. on an Arizona sheep ranch with her And that answer was-Kl) Capitan ly on her sh 'ulrler. tipping her 'faceto
brother Serge, his wife Lila and their proprietor r ( of,the ? reached'ouand !;
small daughter Babs She Is engagedto Dublu. El Capiian Diablo who terrorized loolnto l her: ;eyes. whispering( ''ol took It, from: her, so.quickly. ':asto:

Rodney Blake, wealthy New Yorker the north of Mexico who raid- that future wljich) slip: knew could be rude He fairfy ,snatched, Uy'aIi4dropped .

but her heart Is with the friendless ed mines who levied ,taxes on the never be. Misery washer portion "once"' more .In' the"kaggicfg

Navajos and she evades a wedding poor and who-crucified his double- through it all. She, sorrowed for: ,the pocket "", "'. : 7 .. ,. '" .. .
Sonya pulls little Moon, wife of Two
Fingers, a Navajo, through the crisis crossers I ITo blow she must. dealhirp! sooner 'or 1 Then .fl e 'b. ghed 'unt ousl ', rub- A. bedspread in crochet Is a work

;. of an Illness. Two Fingers! Is deeply know too much of I 121 I Capitan later, for. herselfiu. ,her. fearand her .ning his I wet polins; together;"'.L; '" ., of art,.. attracts, attention and frequently "

grateful.whose Sonya'ogaln meets the man Diablo and ever leave, his service was loneliness, 'and for .flre, Disaster, she. "A. new tobacco MissSonya" he .', becomes anheirloom.? A
advances she had repulsed on '
Lone MesaHe! .ells her he bitterly to die! -and ulle's' friend also who might 'some 'day hrit'onthis: jious> ,said; "for iny personal' use.'.Very select spread crocheted: In : one piece be-

,: regrets his action. Sonya Is affectPil might share that knowledge. One's 'And fear rode 'I h'er'fake{ a, 'witch' wjtien; and,.-I' may:: say. cost. NowwhatcanI ; com.es;: cumbersome? ;jas the work pro

), but unforgiving. On Lone Mesa she friend's friends maybe, his relatives. ever she. thought! :o(:Starr ;Stone_ ridIng I do; for you today(; ?'. ",; .' ,' gresses.! ,1ToW,;.much, simpler to crochet

again manVhen comes upon he reiterates the strange his sorrow young With dilated eyes the 'girl looked to the Border "with that prince of' ," Looking at film"", curiously, ,Sonya one ,motlf( .at a, time'and then assemble -

,, over his misconduct she Indicates forgiveness round the table, at Serge: at Lila at butchers. Cl.'Capitari''" [ :Diahiav? ) : ; .: named : her,.smalf pUrchatjes, and ,h
and urges him to abandonhis little Babs. Lila's face was. pale, but "Whar vails 'you'Soriyla; ?; asked ,hustled] about! getting them iron; ,shelt, Watch'your worjc, grGWM\Yhen; ,it can
:! life of lawlessness. From concealment Rodney Blake.: ,'Toft dBn'\ hear'i' half .be"' taken, along wjth you to social
talking eagerly. .
Serge was and >2in: And turning the .
., Idly ; .girl J" *
Sonya witnesses the transference : fr'f' 'r; ; : 'gatherings.: -
", of objects from an airship to her "By George !" he was saying, his fist I'm' saying.: .looked directly' "Into two' .dark fgcesunder I ; I
t, attacker. At a dance she demands!! that or. the table, "there 'have been stran- "'Nothin'.:.," she flied. ""''Or" course. I Ido. "., ; Mexican hats'which! peered' furtivejy -i The 'aiM\: illustration* represents
f4I ::-, ty he tell her his name. He says he l is gers here-and I'd stake my last dol ." /-.jc ; at her;, from: +around the door .1 the "Snow Flake" motif and how; it
Starr Stone, but that he goes by a dif "You',,do not You're" obsessed \\'I'th' shows up when put together. This
remember jamb.
1 ferent name In this region. He leaves lar. Sonya, you that chap She knew with a thrill, of portent -: ,
the'sed''d motif when: made
t danced with at the something. Is It : Indians? of carpet warpmeasures'
the dance with a tall, fierce Mexican. you Neidlingers'and that ihejv.w'erethe) same, syO men '
;; with whom he Is mysteriously associated the funny thing that happened?" "If you don't stop that Rod" she; whom she.ba.dseeiJhat? .,day: long back I sis inches. Thirty-two motifs -
Sonya realizes she Is flamed "I'll an be made frbone of
falling ( not forgive you. I ; told with pound
Sonya did not speak, and Serge went StarrSton. when he had broughther J
In lovo with a man whom she can you once that one's. life. (Is his own. only .class as renegade and outlaw. on excitedly. purcha'seslout the, car in Parks'place. : j
",, still think so." > .. motifs shown' fu our book: No. 27 on
A and that she can never marry Blake. There was a dance at a neighboringranch :
:;' An Influenza epidemic among the Indians "Not a woman's-when, she: has motif bedspreffdsr These motifs' can
", and my sister was dancing witha Their black eyes stared steadily at
keeps Sonya busy. She and given her promise," he said :'calmly : also be used to make: match"sets for
when the Mexican her and 't4rn"ing she caught'l1ash
; stranger biggest again a :
bedroom curtains pillows
other "it then belongs to her ,man. ; ,chair-
I ever saw appeared and dropped a between them. and the store's '
"I'm sorry you take that attitude," backs, scarfs, etc.
being ended. The Mexican bandit,
surprising hand on the stranger's shoulder. The owner.. _<
( the pair at a meeting place she said, "my life will never belongto Write our crochet department inclosing -"
man followed him out.. I'd forgottenthe Chilled'and' frightened, she gatheredher
takes '
Stone warn's
away and the girl any-" 15c.'for'.thls book No. 27, illustrated
hereafter to let his "lieutenant"! alone. incident.". things and .went swiftly out, I
She' did not finish, for, the flashing .. with instructions, or send
"What sort of looking Mexican?" mounted Darkriess.ahdrode from the
.25c and receive also- book No. 26
thought that already her life was not ,
.' "Don't know, only that he was town'at"a' l long lope. She k'new Instinctively
CHAPTER IX her own that for better or worse !It with'72 edgings an/1-insertions; ]in crochet
: monstrously tall and broad. that she", "stumbled on
\:: was Irrevocably connected with the for all purposes.
..' -12- Marston sat In silence for a little precarious existence of Starr Stone something of Importance, : and that Address-Home.. Craft! company-
The Dark Threat Falls. time. Parks was, in ,some, dim'w !Y, a part '::
of the Border! Dept. Nineteenth & St. Louis -
t Quince The time was '.* ,. ", avenue
Rodney Blake had brought friend of.it..;, :
a '"El Capitan stands six feet three In ripe to tell ,Rod the truth,".yet she, did --St. Louis, Mo.
with him. A tall, quiet man by the his ,boots.,.. he said. ; QlVwhat1; was it tlllnb'out! ; Where.
,'. not speak It seemed that something
name of Marston. Son Starr Stone :an'd' whurwouldiismaster \ .
'a. herself was '
"Then who was the man be took stronger than herself, some 'vital caution Records Whitewashed
again to all outward appearances met do to him? '
away? held back the words .,' When John MV.acko headman of
.... ,
him at breakfast. His face arrestedher. ( Starr Stoned I'arks-and; planesand
"If I should make a guess, which 1 "Lila," Sonya told the other woman ,:.Jiots, Czechoslovakia, returned home ;
A keen face but still as arctic contraband east from,somewhere
never do" said the other, "I'd say It later, "I've got to get away by myself ; ..lit found that th| walls of his room
Ice, Its eyes penetrating everythingthey ,,along the. Border-about the
was Quince-Keenthai-Number' Fif- a while or go. crazy. You. know-I : v :haa "oeen whitewashed by his wife, so
met. mIddle-about here. '
want to think.." .... -- : : he ,bont'her. John told the judge the
She felt'uneasy under them. If ---- She knew-. deep In her heart she
as -------- -- --- -" ". in'ets'
= 1 know, said Llla. "Go ahead. local v'ouncil in the room, and
they could read the secret of her knew-what .Mr.. 'Marston would givea .
I'll keep Rod here. But oh, .Senya, to save aper, 'he had written the
heart. Rod seemed to know lot to :/know what be-had here
him well. come n'the
do be careful I have a strange feelIng walls. His wife's

" But she was soon so taken up with In 'my heart'today; a premonition to find. ,What: Rod,,Blake would help act caulld the loss of an entire

I her own problem that she had no time of evil When will you be back. him find. if he, knew, Rod Blake-Rod year's records.

I'' to study this stranger who sat and "Around evening Don't worry I'll Blake,on ,Starr. Stone's.trail.: He wouldbe

" smoked and asked odd questions ofC only ride the desert for a while. .Maybe as unrelenting; as .El Capitan If

t Serge: her problem of what and whento go as far as town." once be"lin all, the shining things,

tell Rod Blake how to break here "Well" said Lila uneasily. "do, be the sweet things,, that Son 'a knew, the MercollzedWax

sacred word, 'to ask him to releaseher. careful." And she stood on tiptoe to dark things, the;evil things which she

Rod, who had said that no man, r kiss the taller woman. knew,'t6o. The.'vvh6le' terrible :thing

no people, no country should ever take i So Sonya rode away on' Darkness was 'too much r6r'\..o'ne'girl's loving:

her from him. But Mr. Marston's and Rodney, Blake stood watching her heart to1 hold, and Sonya felt as if the \

questions were very strange. Were with a strange expression In 'his 'eyes.It bottom were falling from the universe

.. there any people In the country whom :I was far past noon when she tied as if soon she and:all' her little world

'. he, Serge, did not know? Any stran- I Darkness to the hitching rail beyondthe would. be' destroyed. .

gers about? Any airplanes flying off general store and climbed the Her hands, clenched tight on her

the regular lane above the new port I worn steps to the porch. At the hol- reins, were ice 'cold,5: the' heart in her:

at Williams? /1. low sound ,of her'.booted feet: on the breast as cold. 'And the shadows of

"No," said Serge positively, "only / floor Parks, fat and oily' and wide twilight were' beginning 'to fall across i,.jeeps'Slkin Young

i' the regular mail planes and they'reso eyed. came swiftly from the open door the great levels of' the- sage; the sun'. ;Absorb blemishes Wax daily and as discolorations directed. Invisible nsingMcrcolked

far off that we only bear their of the back region of the store. He was down behind.'the" Bad Lands. particles of aged skin are freed and all
: engines. Why?" defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
And then from and far
r lA was hastily putting something !in the high up disappear. Skin is then beautifully
S "Just wondered" said John Mars- e,1t pocket of his white linen vest as he away, a sound fell on her ears,. the 'clear pores, velvety and so soft-race looks

', ton. .r came and fumbled his damp hand free thin .small sound of engines' In the 4 years your bidden younger.beauty.M.ercolized At all leading wax brings druggists.out y

But Rodney Blake smiled and leaned to greet her. blue coming rapidly nearer. :She i Powdered Saxolite-

forward tapping his cigarette ash In ) Now, as he reached out his 'hand, stopped and looked up anxiously, and I Reduces wrinkles and other age- iKna. Simply I 1

"; his saucer. I nh the small object which he had so presently she saw it-a tiny speck that I| vntcb dissolve hazel one and ounce imo daily Saxolito as faeo in alt lotion.-pin6 |I ;i

"I may as well tell you, folks, that hastily hidden in the sagging pocket grew and lowered until it was circling.

you're entertaining an angel unawaresor LAnd tumbled out. It struck the floor witha over her, seeking a place to land.. '

rather, to quote the gentry he's strange sound of weight and for It was the, little gray ship' she bad bottle DEATH 40 times.SHOT BSST-UT-ALL kills all Insects. Dilute Jl }
;t always after, a fallen one. Mr. Mars- Then Stark Drama Took the some reason Sonra'stooped and pickedit seen before, the powerful blunt-nosed 305 Dyal-Upclmrch BIdgr., Jacksonville, Eta 1

ton is the government's crack man of Silence and the Still Shadows. up even before the man could catch thing which .could land and take off

f the secret service, whose rare talentsare it as It fell. with such Incredible swiftness. It was

enlisted only as a last resort. He teen-the wildest white man in Mexico "I'll take It," he said quickly, "giveIt down, its bouncing tail stilled, Its' en- Lemons for Rheumatism 3

is here on a mission of his own. I and Cl Diablo's ablest lieutenant.I've here. gine throttled. downbut running, and 'a 1

l merely accompanied him as an excuse heard of him. But his master But again for some dim reason man was climbing over the side, coming Bring Joyous ReliefWant j
to be here." owns him body and soul. They'say on Sonya held the little thing and lookedat toward her across the sand. Was It,

If 'I He smiled and looked at Sonya. the Border that twice El Capitan's It curiously could It be, Starr Stone? .

C Marston fingered his cigarette look- spread him up,' after his amusing It was a flat, narrow can about the She peered hard for a glint of bronze ". pain?Want to be to rid.feel of good rheumatism, years younger or neuritis and '

ing down gravely. little custom of crucifying any and size of the little can In which Serge hair beneath his helmet, ,but could not enjoy life again?Well just try this inexpensiveand

"For months our department In New all who Incur his anger, only to take Savarin got his tobacco for his. pipe, see It, nor his eyes ,behind the disfiguring effective lemon juice mixture. Get a package

York has been puzzled by a certain him down again. He's too valuable to and it was shaped very much the goggles.: of the REV PRESCRIPTION. Dissolve it )

J, matter, a serious matter to this country kill. But some day the butcher will same having a rounded top and a flat And then he.was here, close at Dark at home in a quart of water, add the juice of 4 1

which has been bafflingly mysteri be too mad to think of that. I'd hateto bottom. ness' I head, and his hand was on the lemons A few cents a day is all it costs. Ifyou're
L ous. By our department be In shoes." not free from |>aia and feeling better
I Quince's
mean the there the similarity ceased, for bit. She saw then, that Le was dark, within two weeks ,
r federal narcotics bureau. A Sick her foundations, Sonya this container made can get your money
steady to was of solId brass Mexican-that another like him was back. For sale recommended and guaranteedby
flow of 'mud; or pure raw opium ha'sbeep. Savarln excused herself. and thickly and beautifully I
and then
carved coming from the ship- stark all leading druggists.Any druggist will. get I
coming through, which we could h. __ __ _ drama took the silence and the still the REV PRESCRIPTION for you.
not trace. We have reason to believeit 5 shadows.For .

] Is coming In on the west coast of
Sonya Savarln, fighting for her
Mexico-at Mazatlan, to- be exact- Sets Record With
Philadelphia Society r
life, came out of her saddle, saw for
brought Inland and across the Borderby

fast and private planes, and sent Soup Kitchen Existing for 117 YearsIts fright Darkness, his sailing empty away stirrups in a flying-felt panic of BiliousnessSour

;l east by train, from somewhere about
the sand giving under her stubborn StomachGas
.z fie middle of the
line. I
am here-
four millionth quart of soup was Each of the scores of members has feet saw the ship loom large as her and
about the middle Headache
.. -to see what I can given away recently by the oldest soup a "tour of duty" of two successive captors brought her, struggling, to I It
,if see. I need not tell you that this kitchen In the United States-the days. Two members take their turn -felt her hands held behind her. She due to

,.' knowledge: Is dangerous for anyone Northern Soup society, 817 North each day for the hour and a half the was lifted up and put over 'the side Constipationo
to possess and that It must be held Fourth Philadelphia Pat kitchen Is
street, soup welcoming visitors Into a gray leather seat a strap was
]In the utmost confidence-chiefly be- Lined up behind the recipient of from 11:30 a. m. to 1 p. m.. every day buckled tightly around her. The man
cause of that one across the Border- other's.with '
the soup were scores except Sunday. who had first approached her climbed
131 Capitan Diablo, as he Is known- There were old and Busy handing out loaves
cans or pitchers. of breadto Into the pilot's seat the other squeezedIn
i who Is Mexico's king racketeer. Any and colored of all-comers armed with
young, many nationalities the society'sservice somewhere at her back and side &
one tampering with El I Capitan tarn but comrades all In the card was Stuart S. Graves of i
L t. with death I should ..... the engine roared for a moment, tho &%%
pers not have quest of that nourishing soup; neighborly 3033 Germantown avenue. For 28 plane quivered surged ahead f 9a
: .. told you this if Rod had not spoken kindness of the one hundred,and years he has been taking time off surged
)' .....JH as he did. Let me Impress again the seventeen-year-old society, says the from his duties as editor of a weekly faster. Its tail came up, and almost-

,. yr.. danger of any mention of this affair I Philadelphia Public Ledger newspaper published In Germantownto Immediately the vast spread of the
desert began to drop beneath.
} to anyone. Officers of the ancient society are: take his turn with fellow membersof

i Sonya Savarln wet her lips, which William B. Weaver, president; J. Mar- the society. Long ago all the members With a gasp stifled on her ashen
l had suddenly gone dry, laid down the I tin Miller, treasurer, and Stanley K. were men. Recently a number lips Sonya Savarln was away among
: knife In her trembling hand. the stars. t
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The Clewiston FIELD NOTESBy out In the kitchen and ate two cans ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

I of dog food by mistake for hash, REQUEST

Published every Friday in Clewlstor; RAMBLINGS. and now they keep us awake barkingall
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS .1 ( ,Marjorie Wallace) night. C.: E. STEBEL

The Inn has had rooms reservedfor
Inc. <---:..:-..........................'(....'(................'(......;.,........:->........) Seminole Inn, some days for Mr. Sands and Mr. Electrical Contracting
Indiantown, Fla. ,
Editor and their wives, who are I
Keathley : This is State Parent-Teachers Association PHONE
expected to arrive dally. They are,
Dear Ex-Boss-
week. Last week was FLORIDA
In don't know Latham men PAHOKEE,
Entered as second class mail matter tlonal Pharmacy week, the week be you
the Pos Not because I was peeved, because, who will be in charge of the spillway ,
February 1, 1927, at for was National Safety Week the Agent for
under I really wasn't-that was just too work. I hear that several of
Office in Clewiston Florida, week before was ire prevention ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
good a chance to miss. But because the Latham men have moved into GENERAL
the Act of March 3, 1897. week. Next week will be-but. wall
you lose your bet that I would be on town, taking houses and apartments,
and see, it might be a lot of things RANGES AND
f -- $2.00 per year the, bank watching the General goby but so far I have been too busy APPLIANCESFOR
Subscription rate, And while we are on the subject
be heresy, make the the hotel guests to
Advertising rates en application Last Friday was Farmers Day Ii and if this checking up on
most of it. Pop, you see, had that meet any towners.So .
Florida and that's,why the bank was
Devoted to the advancement and closed. The fact that it was also Columbus week off, and I was too busy enter- far all the work' done on the

welfare of Clewiston and Hendr; Day, although true, had no taining him to take any interest In spillways has been of a preliminary{

County. thing to do with the bank's closing. a new dredge, although I did go nature, staking out lines, surveyingfor
down a couple of times to the bridge, grades, and so on. It's about time ENGRAVED
Columbus just happened along or
The but not at/, the right moment. for the draglines. and scoops to get
that date a few centuries ago.
wedding several Here are some items of casual Interest Christmas Cards and
a mass
Italy put on Florida legislature, a few years ago,, busy.Mr.
months ago, but the miners In from the Backwoods. Ingersoll takes lunch at the
picked out the date as Farmers Day,,
r Hungary, so far as we know, staged and that's the celebration. There is quite a gOvernment col- Inn every work day. Here's a good Personal StationerySEE
suicide attempt 01 Stovall's hostel. one on his son Frank. The night of .
the only mass, It begins a procession of holidays, ony now at Guy
record. -Farmers Day, Halloween, Armis- Besides the Wallaces, Pop, Main, Jo the dance, Frank was dressing whena

ice Day, Thanksgiving, and of and Tarzan, the following forgather loud howl came fro mhis room. Sto HareRepresenting '
,The nudist convention In Ohio course the opening of hunting'sea- of an evening to tell tales and kid vall ran to see who was murdered, Evelyn

was disbanded, largely on account son. That's a big day hereaboutsand each other unmercifully after the and found Frank irate and demand-

of the chilly weather.. Are nudists means more to most of, us than habit of engineers: John D. Fox, ing who stole his brand-new sock. ,
didn't conveneIn Beach Inspector After due detective work, it was discovered -
dumb also, that they all the Farmers Days put together.You from West Palm
; Florida where the weather would haven't by any chance missed ,. relator cjf LI e g Ion that Frank had... both new WALLACE BROWN, NEW YORK

permit a longer convention? the skating rink, have you. It will annecdotes par excellance, at socks on one foot!

prove a boqnpto those who'd like to present bossing the field work! ,. and The; most interesting/ person in
The Lake Okeechobee section reduce. Roller 'skaUng is guaranteedto usually bossing every other activity the hotel is old Cindy, the colored

came in for its share of attention remedy that middle-aged spread, In sigtiit his mother, Mrs. B.' L.; Fox, I woman who runs everything and everybody \

in1 the the Palm American Beach Post-Times Legion edition issued of remove darken surplus the' avoirdupois epidermis and in var-perhaps and ers, their originally dog, Laddie from : Philadelphia R. C.: Vick-' character including out of a book Stovall., even She's to the a ..JI.............................................................................................. .

Sunday. The Interesting tabloid sup- ious localities =depending on how very quiet until he gets mad, and dangling ear-rings and the grizzled
the Legionnaires of- hair. When meals are ready, old -
welcomed in the
plement cross-sectioning
proficient your ,act is. If history of at present the
to: the National:Convention, and gavo other towns is repeated here there'll3e fice: our old friend J. W. Hampton, Cindy goes through corridors
descriptions, ',$s well as illustrated, whb will try to regain lost who took young- Ingersoll's place singing "Rufas Rastus JohnsingBrown" Good FarmLand
many : ,
of, the various phases of Palm Beachcounty's youth and if" they lose their balance when Frank moved over to Clewis at the top of her lungs-
recreation and business fa. '" Keith that's the dinner bell. .
doing it the side lines will be has ton: another old friend. .
Well, come over and see us. Best
cllltles. much fun as' the' grand stand seat at Hartsfield,* In charge of the paper ,
he: circus. work at the office: C. E. Richheim- of luck, always, and 'give my love !
An idea of the rapid rate at which globe-tlrotter, to my friends.
And that reminds us of pop corn. er-Irish, of, course-
the world moves on can be gained by Have you watched that new popcorn a rescuer of stranded damsels in distress MARJORIE WALLACE. for Rent

the realization that 24 hours after nachine on_ Saturday nights? It working in the field until his

the assassination :of King Alexanderand keeps one clerk' busy handling the more normal inspection duties start. CLEWISTON COMMUNITY::
Louis Barthou papers in America Ewell has setup housekeeping -
pop corn trade alone. There seems toe Jack CHURCHRev.
reproduced pictures of the kill ) just enough country left in all of in his movable house on the .....- '

ing. They were radioed from Franceto is that the delightful smell of freshly bank of the canal near the new gov- N. H. Schoaf, :Minister: '
the United States. Police and, detectives -
is under
popped corn brings out our nickels ernment boathouse which Services for Sunday,' October 21.
have been studying the automatically. the bridge. My first surgical case

news-reel movies and the naYS Evidently'we're going to eat and here was removing a piece of steel 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. Competent -

men's photographs of ,the assassi- drink and be; merry- lest tomorrow embedded In Jack's hand from the I teachers in charge for old Trespassers
and the.crowds in an effortto :
nation ve die. All our new businesses tend boathouse construction. and young. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Will Be
moreof the fdentity of
learn :toward eating drinking and die-ing We have a good time in Indian- superintendent. .

those responsible. acts. A new drug store in the Hopkins town-believe It or not, but we do. 7:45 p. m. Evening worship with [lllll Prosecuted

building, a new restaurant goIng Why, we had such a good time at sermon by the minister. Special t i I

'GD nE", up next to the Ice cream house I the dance two weeks" ago come Friday music by the choir. The publicis I

i and a new funeral home next to the I that we can't have another until cordially invited to these. ser-
:. It would only take a three'pag I News office November-It will take that 'long to vices. '

-t.paper to carry our volume of adver- \ get over the last one. :Guy StovallIs Lake Harbor Sunday School meetsat ; !

tising but it would take nine pages -- ---- running a very nice place, and: if 4 o'clock.It .

to carry all the propoganda stuff office building has gone Hoover's you have a well-filled salt-cellar Is planned that Dr. W. G. Ken-

we get each. e.ek-we mean the "grass in the streets" one better. handy, his conversation alone is nedy of Fort: Myers will 'conduct the The. "'

stuff that actually has some merit. The shrubs were spied yesterdayby worth ,the price of admission. I hear service Sunday evening, October !

Between, the two';: 'there is too great an observant reporter who climbed that he spent last Saturday eveningin 28th. I I

a spread. Thje' Income is sufficientto : to the roof of the building to In- jail in Stuart, and that it took ClewistonCompany: 4

carry three pages. -the demand la vestigate. He found hundreds of three men to lock him""in his narrow Mr. and Mrs.. H. C. .Kolsteacl' and

three times ,as griat. The result, if plants sprouting out of the solid cell along with a man who promptly son, Kim, left Saturday for Shell-

\ve say "yes": each time, is "in the rock, some almost-,a foot long The tried to kill him. Who says there man, Georgia, where they are visIting -

hole" not only 66 2-3 percent' each plants had a woody stem and green Is no excitement in the sticks? Mrs. Kolstead's mother, Mrs.

Issue, but more, for it costs extra leaves, two Inches long. Al G. Glen Sears. They will also visit relatives .
to produce above a given maximumof Colcord,many who has inhabited the 'I.came Keith home and from a couple a trip of to his Clewiston friends in other points in Georgia. ........................................................................................,.. .

pages' planned :in the plant. building as U. S. weather man since
So when ask for some free '
you identi- --- -
it was completed a year ago
publicity, ,remember our dilemma. The
fied the growth as mangrove. ,
Like everybody else, we hate to say Florida rock in ,the building was :i: :I.:
"no" to you, who may be and probably taken from the coral beds on the :.::. : FOR SALE > .!: !
but 'z.
are our good friend, it lower East Coast and mangrove ;: y.. y.z' ..z.IH .
costs usJUST- seeds were apparently imbedded, in

AS MUCHAs the formation. Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment Ux

it would cost, ,your grocer to The mangroves seem to ,enjoy .
% V bag of:' and a poundof + yy
give youa sugar their new location, ''as evidenced by yy
good coffee off his shelves. That!' their continued growth. Mr Colcord i ;.i yy

is, If' you are modest in what you advanced the theory ,that they may yy .y.

want from our ware If you ask fora die out when the-salt Is washed from .:. .. y.z. .'.

column of our space: free, you' are the coral/-Ft. Myers News-Press. .. :+: t'j' .z' .:.
asking for this- + y.z. ..z.y .
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column of our .reading' matterat ..:. .. .z'y .:.
our published rate which is accepted do not string along with those % yt _
all over the United States by who believe a license for car drivers

recognized advertising agencies,. rep- will solve, the road accident prob- ; 9? .y' ..z.y .
.z..z.. r
.. :
resents $18.90. And then it has tobe lem. We will probably get a driver'

marked "adv." so that it can be license law from the next legisla- z y yi A

'' classified by the postoffice' depart lure, but it will be a revenue measure .+ .. .'. yz .
.. '
ment. .If you ask for the equivalent, put over on the plea that It :.z.: +.. : : ..z':' ..z.i ": I

unmarked, you are asking even more will stop highway accidents. It can + A a. 'y' .z.
than that. And few families of be made to raise revenue, all right,, ..z.. '

three'eat more than that much groceries but it is extremely doubtful whether U
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In a week. of L
: it will be the means preventing .
4 r4 .
The .. .'.
newspaper is based upon a a single accident.
theory of half news and half paid -"i'I' .V:.
haven't 'z', ..
space. When you disturb, that bal- I' ..z..z.. ..
ance' you make an extra cost of production is adequate laws and efficient en- ,'t,I to i + +
.. .
V on your newspaper- : If you forcement to, keep the drunken driver .;. '
withold advertising and bring in .where he cannot kill people. 11 .. .. J 'z' .z''z'
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"boost" stuff, you merely take cans i".the booze soaked moron that is at( .Z.I. 's* : : V 'z' X
of fruit and coffee off shelves. the .z.I : T ::" 'z'
our bottom of most of the automobile : :t:

We have paid for them. You sniff if \ accidents When he gets his .. ;' ?! .t Z i l n.ZIZ
we are reluctant to give them to you system saturated, instead of feeling t-.-. .;' \ .. ,.
without Turn around and intuition ',.. *.. ,,rl;:), ;'' .z..z...
payment. jan to keep out of a car be- YiY'i, :' "' "',".:. y. }" '''' '<4 ..
; think how you would feel if your cause he is unfit to drive, he seems 'i'i'i' + +

,. patrons offered to buy a postage to develop an overwhelming desire '; y y ).i.t :
; stamp and wanted you ,to give them to hit the highway and rampage ur z .s" X
a suit of' clothes. Yet we have propositions and down at high speed.-The Ar : I Pay The Balance Like Rent :;: ::

\' even, worse than that. cadian. .. .. Z Z
"": ( You pay for what you get else- Right you are Brother Reece, the *: :*i: i WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :;:

where--why not in office Increase In drunken drivers : .
'newspaper -
:'1 ? since the :z: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME, ft;
; -Leesburg Commercial. opening of 'beer saloons, at many of

',,; .MANGROVE GROWING ON P. O. kinds which,of we liquor are is told sold, various, 'has been other as III= Clewiston Home Building Association U I !

.GO HOOVER ONE BETTER tounding and the best way to stor
such:; accidents is to stop drunken ..z..z.. \ ;
: A ,mangrove forest'springing out drivers from driving,-' South West 1 L:=Z PHONE 102, ,'z..z.. .(fcY.
.?. ,,
of the walls of thc'UQw'federal post'I' Flofldan. \

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!fI l the Ev- construction- company with Df bridge was enjoyed. Mrs. Gayle vitation It extends was never intended -
, J, C. Berry, proprietor
x+," "'< *:+:--i'
erglades Funeral Home, of Pahokee, which Mr. Byrd is associated. Aftera IcFadden substituted for Mrs. Hall, for Floridians and' is not needed.
transacting busi- visit there the Byrds will go to who was ill, and Mrs. Shelley playedor by them. ;Those who come to'this
Personal Mention IhJ f was in
| ness the first of the week. Fort Sills, S. C", where the company Mrs. G. B. Thomas. I section of the state as tourists and

hJ : : : :.:..: :..:..:.:..:..: :..: :":": :":":": : :":":' has \a new contract. shell The novelties prizes were Mrs.all I.hand-painted M. Paffordwon (Continued on Rage 8)),

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Troupe left high score prize, Mrs. Gayle

:r land.Cbarles L. Smith has arrived in the week-end with relatives.. In Fort Monday for Miami after a visit of McFadden low score, Mrs. T. B. RMJIMUIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIaJACK'S

Myers. While away Mrs. Nowling several weeks in Clewiston. Mr. Shelley: cut prize. Other guests were \ FAMOUS HM M
I .j had her tonsils ,removed. with C. Y. '. C. Poole Mrs. Dave Alston, II
.lj j i. *' Miss Mae Drew spent the weekend Troupe was connected Mrs. G '
visiting friends in Miami. Thomason construction company Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. C. 'W. H Chop Suey DinnersTuesdaj !
I T.1' Miss Ruth MIxon of Dallas, Texas, which recently concluded its con- McDonald. *
I 1 : from 0:00 to 8:00 .
arrived In Clewlston this week and struction work, on drainage culvertsIn Invited for tea were Mrs. G. B.
I Mrs. M. M. Cooper of West Palm stenographer at the R I
is employed as. the levee. Thomas, Mrs. Glen Etherton and H
4: t Beach visited friends here Tuesday.. U. S. Engineers office I Miss Daisy Alston. B S.PLUAL HHOILED: hlUUt *BR

i r ri J. G. DIsher of Lake Wales was F. R. Maxwell returned Sunday Roy Sands Is spending several fl. DinmTS Thur.._,. :-dn}' NiRhi_ 'H
--- ---- jig
: a business visitor here Tuesday. from a month's visit with his mother days here at the -
i I Mrs. Mary Maxwell, in Battle transferring to Indlantown MOVES TO ORLANDO I jj Watanab Hote1 gMis.
where he will be in charge of construction -
Okeechobeewas Creek, Michigan.J. 1:1'. II., Maxwell.; I'roji. {MgIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIII31{
D. B. McCarthy of of : :
M : of spillways for the E. H. Peter Tomasello, jr., speaker ,

in town on business yesterday. C. Maddox of the Maddox I: Latham company. Mrs: Sands, who the Florida House of Representatives -I D ,

Foundry and Machine company at has been here with her husband for during, the last session of thelegislatu're

Mrs. A. H. Davis and son, ,Donald, Archer, was a business visitor In a few months has returned to their and representative from

are visiting in Lakeland. Clewiston yesterday. home in Columbus, Ohio. Okeechobee county, has moved from ..:..:":":..:..:..:..:..: :..: :;.:-....:.. WWVW* !* *%**:*
Okeechobee City, where he 'residedfor y V

biro and Mrs. W. C. Bruce are Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson ac- Mrs. Leslie Miller spent Mondayin several years, to Orlando. He :.;:. New and UsedFURNITURE' :.;:.
had bought a home on Cherokee
visiting in Danville, Virginia. companied group ,of Boy Scoutsto Moore Haven visiting Mrs. F. D.
,. at bridge drive in Orlando several weeks ago. t::
: Punta Gorda for a swimming meet King She was guest a ::

,Ed! Heath left this week for Moore Sunday. party given by Mrs. King for her X X
Miss Pat Gavagan of Mayport, New PharmacistAt
in the guest, ,
Haven' where he is employed

neW-Moore. Haven Pharmacy.A. Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Turner spent 'in the afternoon and at a steak |:: BELLE GLADE f fI :_:

:;'.:: ',t .'Y-t. Sunday In LaBelle visiting Mrs.: supper that ,evening. Alston's Drug ., '

:bar. !::and. Mrs. C. W. Hendry businessvisitors and ,:a.Turner's L. Delaney.parents,' Sheriff and Mrs. Miss Bonceil Stone? and Foy Dur- :: FURNITURE COMPANY '?:3: .

;. Mrs,:Robert: Smith !were rance were visitors in West, Palm Roy R. Walker, registered phar- y. $

, 1l In Fort Myers Tuesday. "' *$ I Mr. and Mrs. F. 'A. Flanders and Beach Tuesday. They accompanied macist, of Leesburg has,. taken !:&;: Belle 'Glade, Florida :|t tX

' I I daughter, Phyllis, of Moore Haven Miss Stone's mother, Mrs.. E. D;. Bennett charge of the prescription department -

I I'" TUr., and Mrs. M. W. Bigg and-' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W., F. ''who left West Palm Beach for at Alson's Drug 'Store.. Parker I +!. Next Door To Theatre *';

, Father F. J. Finnegan spent Sunday Simpson Tuesday evening. Marianna where she was called by Wilson, who has been the Alston I .!. i.ija i.
............ .................... ....
afte.i-noon in Fort Myers. serious illness of her mother, Mrs.T. druggist for several years, has goneto .:NN: : : : : : : : ::":": : : : : : : : : : :
., ; .
f .j. ,. ;, 1 Mrs. Paul Irons of St. Petersburg F. Williams. Moore Haven as manager of the

I t- U:? \ Mrs. :Grace Cahlll and Miss Mary, arrived over 'the week-end and is ;Moore Haven Pharmacy. '
McCrone spent? the week-end' in spending the winter with Mr. Ironsat Rev. and Mrs. N. H. Schaaf, spent M! GOUS.B I '; :

1,', West Palm Beach.C. the Clewiston Inn. several days this week in Miami. .%.*NN.* *,..*..,*.N,*NN. .**.,!..*......*-..*....!..*...*-*:"NN, :.*.*,..*"N*,NN,* *.N,1*
They returned for services, in the t. Counselor and Attorney at Law

I : ..... C., E. Stebel of Pahokee was a W. H. Van Diviere, commercial Community Church Sunday, Rev. |=i: TOO LATE TO |:: Hopkins' Building
I'' : business visitor in Clewlston Mon- agent of the Atlanta, Birminghamand Schaaf will complete a two month'ssupply : Wednesdays and Saturdays,

day. Coast Railroad company was a of the local pulpit on Sunday |:: CLASSIFY |:i: 0:30 to 4:00' .'
Ii visitor in Clewiston this week. evening, and will leave the first of 't. .<

: Mrs:;J. W. Ezelle and Mrs.. T. B.Shelleylshopped next week for Coral Gables wherehe ::. :;*
:. in West Palm Beach Lake Osborne is'' visiting in Lake- will enter upon his duties at a X

;:. / Friday Jlewiston from his home in Vero Coral Gables church. _. KAVt.t. i Watches Clocks, Jewelry
1-", Beach. He is, employed' by the Atlantic ,Charles M. Raphun 'and his .secretary ) RUSSELL :_: -Rear, or' '
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wardwell of 'Dredging' and Construction .. :
1\ Mr. Cason, of St. Petersburg, Clevviston Drug. Company
Pahokee. visited friends here Sun- company as dragline operator.

I"t J I, day.: ;. called on W. P. Arledge to Miami in Clewiston for the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:..:..:... :..:..:..:..:..:. Jewelry Repairing ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGeehee, ;! and Thursday enroute MERRITTWATCHMAKER
i daughter, Rhunelle, drove to Punta Legion convention. Mr. Raphun is With the Century, ,of Progress a- W.- H. ,

I'r-" : ., Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., and Mrs. Gorda Sunday to take some of the Florida representative of the Veter- bout ready to fold 'up in Chicago a T ,& JEWELER

:'J Keathley Bowden were shopping la members of the Clewiston Scout ans placement division of the National question of considerable interest is CLEWISTON FLORIDA' I

':' l l Fort, Myers Monday. troop to the swimming meet. Re-employment Service. This what to do with 'the Florida: Exhibit. P. O. Box: 531 .

:" was his 'first visit through this section Several Florida, cities' have pu't in:
. "We Here To Stay"
' [ 'Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and nephew, C. L, Downs spent Thursday and and he chose this route to MI- bids to bring it back to the state, asa ,,

, f. Aubrey ''Wells' spent Thursday and Friday in Miami visiting Mrs. Downs ami particularly because of his interest permanent exhibit..

; Friday In Miami. who is reported as making splendid in the Lake Okeechobee section Officials of the Florida Fair and
Gasparilla Carnival would like ,to
- --
[ Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Headley and progress'at' since a 'Miami a recent_hospital.serious ,operation Among those registered at the have it brought to Tampa for the '..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:-:.-.:..:..: *:..:..:..:..:04;

,n 1 If, daughter,. Blllle, visited relatives in -- Clewiston Inn during the past week February fair.:: Likewise, the Florida ;!: BVERGLADES' ;*;

,t: Fort Myers Saturday. Mrs.. M. E. Yenawine and .daughter are: M. H. Driggers of Tampa, R. E. Orange Festival at Winter ,Haven

1. \I ,' Jean, returned to their home 'Heffield of Birmingham, W. M. and Florida on parade in ,Orlando i riUNBRAL

Mr. and Mrs.. C. E. Nall and Mrs. here Sunday after spending a few White of Birmingham, V. L. Richards would like to have it. '
A. 3 A. Munroe; spent the week-end months this summer "with relativesin of Tampa, W. H. Hull of Bab- There has been some talk of set- .t..s. !''rf(.n if .(... .

r' .i.\ in Miami.-' Jacksonville son Park, W. H. Mynatt, of Tampa, ting the exhibit up in Tallahassee as z J. U; J., .;-
\ { .\._-. and! -Mrs.---- A. P. Enksen of Tampa a permanent exposition.But : y

-,> W. M. Redelsheimer' and son, Billy I Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and lovely K. B. Benton of West Palm now comes the Rosenwald .;..' Licensed Funeral Directors :._:.'
.; spent the week-end with Mrs.I Madden of Jacksonville; Foundation and asks that the famed .
little daughter Jean, returned to Beach, T. L. .;. and Embalmers :j:
Redelsheimer in Miami their: home here Sunday from Mes- J. E. Hough of Fort Myers, H. ,E. dioramas of the Florida Hall' be left '.. Y

saline, Ohio; where they spent their Thomas, Silver ,Lake, Ohio, Carl in Chicago to become' a part of the .. Ambulance Service :::.
J. G. Sheffield has returned to 'vacation visiting relatives.D. Floyd of Tampa, J. A. Hershey, D permanent exhibit in the 'museum of I= ..
Clewlston :after a few month's absence Colin D. Gunnof and Industry at Jackson ::
of Science
.' A. Sparks Tampa', .. ) _:i: CLEWISTON, PHONE 328 .
L. Whitehurst of Tallahassee Gainesville Joe Wallace of .St Park. .Vi

:::. was in Clewiston Tuesday on a : Petersburg, Frank Kaufman: ,of To my way of thinking, returnIng :i: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 .!:

J. *L Peeples of Citrus Center, tour through the counties of South West Palm Beach, J. A. Morford, of the Florida exhibit to, Florida .!. *:*
In Clewiston transacting busi- New *..* * ************************:**I**:**:***1**
was Florida. Mr. Whitehurst is campaigning Miami, Sam Guttman of Macon, 'would be like carrying coals' to .:N:M:N N N**N":*N"

ness Wednesday.. against the homestead ex- Georgia and J. E. Hanecy of Orlando castle. The story it tells and the in-

J. A. Williams of Miami, S; ---
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston and emption amendment. --. -

Martha ,Nell.. Alston were visitors In M. Greene of West Palm Beach, J. ..N...X N N.N....N.N X N....N.N N....N,K N N.N N.N.N.N.N..:.:...I..N..:N N N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.'N...N'H.:N..N:N:N:ti N N:N.:
Johnson of Tampa, C. J. Hug of .
I' : Tampa Sunday. Among the business visitors in C. 'OJ y..t.
-- Clewlston this week was C. F. Mul- Highland, Illinois, H. E. Gaven of 'i'

Chattahoochee, Florida. Mr. Collinsville, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. .. ,
ler of
'J. F. Curry left this week for ,
Muller is of the Florida Johnson Wright of Miami, P.' J.
Jacksonville, where it is understood president )
,he will undergo, an ear operation. Gravel company, and was. here in Tamoornnio, Jacksonville, Lee W. Announcing I
connection with that company. Wicker of Miami, W. L. Thompsonand i ;: :
Koons of Lakeland., &
L. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie left
Tuesday for-Lakeland to spend several The new 'duplex apartment recently Friends of Mrs. H. C. Avant are i

days' at their' home 'there. completed by J. F. Tippey for T delighted to learn that her condi- '** h .
W., Sias is now tion continues satisfactory after an : .*
B., Shelley ,and .. s

Beach James was A.'a Dew business of. West visitor Palm hirer occupied.In over Mr.the and,week-end Mrs. Shelley and Mr.moved and- Beach operation Tuesday.performed in West Palm :_;: :,; f r" The Opening' : of ..[ :.. '\ :..'.. :;:

Monday. Mrs Sias arrived Sunday from their : /. :\ : ::
:: : ,
wedding trip to, occupy their new WEEKLY BRIDGE CLUB IS .t.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills spent home. :'
f t 1, the week-end In San Marco with rel- !
I atives. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and her sister, Fred W. Maxwell entertained LAKE DR UG COCLEWISTON :

I Mrs. H. E. Wells of Bainbridge, members of her weekly bridge Y.t.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hendry Georgia, and the latter's son, Aub- club with a chicken a la king lunch .. .=.
Friday in Fort eon at the Watanabe Tuesday. After' .t. '. t
I and children visited friends in Fort rey Wells, spent .s .. .t'
Myers Saturday. Lauderdale with friends. Mrs. Well the delicious luncheon an afternoon ?.' y
\ left for> her home in Bainbridge af- Y
:, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker and ter a pleasant visit with Mrs. Max- :;: :

son, Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. well and with a sister in Miami. "

# Dotterer spent Sunday in Fort My\ ': .::
You Wreck 'Em ::: : :
ers. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn droveto '. :. ;
L Winter Haven Sunday for Miss We Fix 'Em

J. M.,Prince and Harvey Williams Isabel Armentrout who returned :::
of 'Okeechobee were in Clewiston on with them for a visit. Miss Armen- :_i: On the Corner------- Hopkins Building t't'
,business Tuesday. Mr. Prince visit; trout Is a .cousin of Mrs. Vaughn t ./ 't'
ed his! daughter, Miss Hazel Prince. ,with whom she came to Florida this :: ,' .
,)',\ summer from her home in Van Wert,, TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY ':"' ; t

L'- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Heirs were recent Ohio.C. .

. f r visitors In Plant City where Done bj An Expert: :
rj October 22nd.
j, they were guests of Mrs. Hiers' parents S. Presley moved to Moore Courteous Service : Monday :_:
Mr. and Mr.s J. B. Inmann. Haven the latter part of the weekas '' ..t.Y .
Work Guaranteed. 'i' ,
manager of the new Band D .s.
J. Greene of has opened there. Prices Reasonable. '.' .!.
H. of Stuart, owner Grocery which '' ..
f-. t !.":# Greene's Dry Goods company, was Parker T. Wilson left this week for .::.. .:..

', 'f{' in Clewlston Wednesday In cones. Moore Haven and together with Mr PIONEERService 0.

., !: '. .1;", tion with the local store. Presley the Frierson has taken building an 'apartment in Station f J. .;G.. Niblack l .: "'. Troy B. Pll year t

,'.:; Mr./and Mrs. Mark Hulsey of BELLE QLADE PIIONE 10 :; ; ;< I
,; .IJ8; Jacksonville were In Clewistor Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Byrd left Saturday : ; : .
Service .
Wrecker at All Hours .. .
\,); ,p Thursday on a business visit with for Greenville South Carolina. ? . .. .. .......... .........'....... .... .... . '. :..'..... ... .. '.'. .................fty'*... ., .-!.
Paul H. Smith, contractor :: the home office, of. the C.: Y; Thomason .'..N....M.t" ....'. f\" ." ff"*. .' ,. .. ., f*, f*,, '.N.N S...N.N.M..N. _r' N f1pf. ,. '! '!. '! .* ff1f"mAY !
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Spray Gun New Weaponfor RUFFLE_ EFFECTS '

Enforcers of Law SET OFF FROCK

Tear gas or a smoke screen, or OUR C'OMICSEC'T'IONFINNEY PATTERN 9677

both, may be disharged to quell riotsor
to subdue barricaded criminals hv .1> _
policemen equipped with a new e,1 fxydi/ .

weapon resembling a paint spray '

bun, says; Popular Mechanics Maga OF THE FORCE Learn, by Asking A .

zine. Two .tanks, one containing gas. .--. T--- I .... '" I
compress.ed'to' and the other a
liquid that turns into a smoke-like gas
when released into the air, are car PERFESSOR TOME SNOOP- HE:, WUZ THAT Il \ SHOULD SAY NoT- r
ried un the policeman's back:. By YOU WAS TALKiM' AFTHBR OiVlM' ME | HOPE: YouLISTENED HE WUZ.ASKlM'. ::nsT .I, er

turning a valve on the gun, :the operator -TO DOWN THEf SOME APVOICEr ME-:

may prepare to discharge either STREET ? CAREFUL.SOME'IN&/ ]
gas or a combination of the two. i .- 3 HE
When the trigger [Is pressed the L--I I fl.J1)\ "
gas is projected several feet in a volume t
300 times that of the liquid in fl- \ v6X14I14& r

the trnks. Flexible metal tubes connect
the gun to the tanks. The operator y.S .rr4
Is protected by a mad fl '
gas : ;, .
The smoke gas may be used to con r ; : yEr ; N;

fuse criminals or rioters, as well as {. r

to shield a police squad from the S.
T ... ;
yes; of gunmen, while the tear gas : 4t "<
Is held in reserve in the event of 1':'
continued resistence.The Ir

gas may be directed throughthe bUMg ye
keyhole, under the door or a J r e .. tr

through a hole bored by a pistol' bullet > : :.' ,....t.
through the door of a criminal's ..
hideout. In several ,respectsthe AW-I Do4'1r 'CAS'1AS / WAL K1OW-ME WU2. e rer.r J

gas gun' is superior to the gas bomb, t"tSoME -t"INCsS" AND Ast
whih occasionally falls to explodeand =' HE DON KNQW vs/HAT/ FEEL-HOW PIP 01 .r .."'" .
which cannot lie directed withas L{ COULD r rS
LOIKE-'ME' 013 AN' = J. Vn.. J L
? r .
great accuracy. }IE. ASK Hy THAT NOW LONG WUZ OlOM S. .r e o ; ;3. J"
., L BE"? j- ?N' FORCr > )
In the Bermudas
: '
Bermuda Is a' group"of islands !In I '::;: >
\ uiW 4r
the North Atlantic, GGO miles southeast 4' r .;:-:"
of New York. Although said to I OV :<<: :

be 3G5: in number, of which i 'about a = 4 5 rrT \ ) ftt.

score are inhabited, they occupy a .";
space only 18 by 2% miles. The

largest has an area ,of 9,000 acres,
and the whole group contains 12,000
acres.' ,
a fi

If, ;you choose ;your.frocks with an
Age13 western Newspaper Colon f ( / I f l h ? eye: to flattery 'ou'l1'be 'sure to like

,the feminine datail":.of this one. The
front bodice panel brings to mind ,a

Old enough for strong drugs?, THE FEATHERHEADS Out of Odor on"tucker top ,of" in.the'slirt.the way"Ruffles it is switched, outline!

It is wise to the panels front and back and the
if not give a ; JNATS ) ,
M1 laxative of adult sleeves In. ruffle effect are gracefully
,_ "* .1 'strength to a child, SHE CHECK LIP OKI THE GEORGES flared in ke ping. with' the mood. A

it just less because often, or you.in give less OU His HABITS -THIS% SEPA gTWCT? SHE'S LEAVING; frock that 'is really slenderizing and.

amounts. v BEFORE SHE HABIT HAPPENS SHE SAYS, BECAUSE a gem for those many informal affairs -
'Stomach upsets and bowel'iroubles MARRIED HIM ? OF'A BAD HABIT of the ,season. It Is lovely fash
of growing cliildren can often be traced ... To BE SNORINCI OF HIS- SHE> CANT ionedJof a dainty voile, dimity! ; lawn
lo this single mistake. STAND ITvJ&LL or sw/ss. / ,' or one..of.(he, :gay, .new;;silk
There is a better way to relieve prints. .' 's.
those occasional sluggish spells or Pattern 0077 '.may be ordered only

constipation in.a child of any age: in sizes .14,:10, IS, 20,.32,. 34, 30; 33

Use .a ,liquid laxative cSntaining and 40. Size 16..requires. 3i& yards
senna (a natural ). California 39 Inch fabric. '
Syrup of Figs has the right amount :
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins
children's use, and this rich,fruity
syrup does not harm or upset a child'ssystem. or stamps (coins preferred) for this
pattern. Be sure to write plainly

Doctors advise liquid laxatives, your NAME, ADDRESS,- the. STYLE
and hospitals use the liquid form. NUMBER and SIZE.

.Almost any, child who has been a Send your order to .,Sewing Circle
convalescing in the hospital usually Pattern Department, 232 West Eight,
out''with bowels likea '
comes working
well-regulated watch. eenth Street, New York, N. Y. :., ,

Make the change now to pure,
California Syrup of Fig instead of
harsh medicines, you won't risk anymore WELL-THAT 151)7 OH MO- THE:Y SAY TOO WELL QUALIFIEDCongressman

violence to your child's appetite, THE' SRY I Hl=:: WAS BUYING- PEKRJMEFOR.HIS 1 '.
digestion, and general physical condition Want 'a eh?
HEAR DoWN job,
I. S11PPos>= \ \ STBVJOCS- AMP
.- Those little and
upsets com- '
What can do?
plaints just disappear as a rule and Tovv l THEY BLAME HIS\ WIFE SoT WIND, Constituent-Nothing you .

the child. is soon. normal and happyagain. NI=R-. OF IT// Congressman-Sorry, .but those' ,

THE high-salaried jobs are all taken long,
,. .
select a liquid laxative of,the proper. \ r .: / ago! You must wait for a vacancy. ,
strength for children. Second: give Brooklyn Eagle.
the dose suited to the child's age. .
Third: reduce the dose, if repeated, Too Womanly Now '
j until the bowels withoutany :
are moving
"What You have given up cigarettes -
help at all.
An ideal laxative for this purpose' & 7""Yes
1'. since the women have taken
is the pure California Syrup of Figs, __ "
'' but be sure""the word "California" u to them I feel,like a sissy smoking a
is on the bottle. cigarette."

J ,- 11

Eternal Truth /I\-/_ Brilliant Idea
It is cheaper to keep: peace than It Nurse:-Now, Willie, swallow this

la, to. "make" It later. powder.WillieCan't.
'j 0m ''I just dab It on my
western Newspaper IInlon ,
face Instead-like mummy?London

For good digestion Answers. tI


-there is nothing that can take the "Do your neighbors borrow much
place of your own gastric,digestive ( from you 7""Borrow7 Y1
secretions Frequently, 'poor digestion Why 1 feel more at home .
is due to lack of tone in the in their _
houses than I do in my own.
stomach walls-because of low blood

strength. S.S.S., the great, scientif- And Emily Post Miles Away = ,
ically-tested medicine, is specially
\ She-He's a gentleman.
designed to fill a two-fold purpose
2n this respect..it aids in stimu- He-Really?
lating the flow of natural stomach She-Yes, he, uses the butter knife

secretions...and by building up when he breakfasts alone.A .

deficient red corpuscles, with their' \\\
hemo-glo-bin, it restores to a more Tribute '
HalJlJil-Ureat feathers -
normal functioning the secretionsof I Scott I All your First Burglar-Come on, Lefty, let's

the stomach,digestive juices... are gone. figure up what we made on this 'haul. Hammer-So you ,got caught in the
so necessary for good digestion.This Goose-1 know It. Some blamed Second Burglar-I'm too tired. Let's rain storm last night.

double. value of S.S.S. is important.C crank pulled them out to make quill wait and look in the morning papers._ Bell-Yes, and got ringing wet
> By.all means try S.S.S. for bet- I icns.
ter health and more Its
happiness. NEXT LESSON
benefits progressive...accumu OH, FEATHERS! OPEN WIDE
lative...and enduring.Unless
your /,
case: is exceptional, you should soon,
cnj oy again the satisfaction of appetizing a 1 Rl t'1
;: food and good digestion... L
sound sleep...and renewed strength. : ;
,This is ; ,
why many say "S.S.S. L\\ .
you feel like yourself again. )
not be blinded by the efforts of a 4
unethical dealers who may BUS- 1 J
iDO substitutes.You have a right to
t that S.S.S.be supplied you on 4'l
.Its long years of preference ,
Your guarantee of satisfaction, i
11 k ,I
the world's "What made him turn over a new *

great bloodmedicine. Daughter-Papi, Cholly is worth his leaf?" .... 9> '" "You are.Looking way down In the
,. weight In gold. "His wife had learned the old'nes mouth."
.0 Papa-Yes, but he's a lightweight. I by heart. .. "Well, that's natural. I'm & doctor."




:' Daily Tasks for Fox Farming Prosperous China Offers BigReward I Housewife's Idea Box I ,

Wife and 'Mother in, Killing

) Peiping, China.-The cold-blooded

New Aleutian IndustryBan murder of the seventy-five-year-old tRlafa

Few Women Will Look American missionary, Dr. J. n. In-

gram, at his summer cottage outsidePeiplIig ,
'L'; Upon Household Duties evinced a new tendency In \

.. i as "Monotonous." on Sea Otter Hunting canoes. Most Interesting, geologically, Chinese official, handling of such

! I is Bogoslof, famous for Its jackinthebox matters. Immediately two different

rj' Opens Up Another Field. antics. In the period betwen 1900 bureaus offered a reward of two
1 "Women are best suited for monotonous
' and 1907, volcanic eruption caused thousand silver dollars each a total

i 'I jobs. Washington.[ -The Aleutian Islands, peaks and detached Islands, to appear of S ,300' in United States money.

l d That heading to a news dispatch which normally receive little attention and disappear on and near Bogoslof Except In the mysterious disappearance

1 ,, sent several of our readers up in from the mainland of America, were the
j Neptune and nature Indulging of the Japanese vice consul -
I indeed.; What
! I arms. "Best suited the goal of several government expeditions quaint game of 'Now you see 'em, now Kuramoto at Nanking shortly before -
did the
they mean is that women during the past summer. A sub you don't. And in 1912 Mount Kat- when .he national government 9.11

I monotonous work that was put upon marine detachment surveyed the neigh mal, on the nearby Alaskan peninsula, offered ten thousand _silver dollarsfor
not help
! them-as long as they could borhood of the Aleutians, and army instead of sinking, 'blew Its head off' his' return, this scheme of rewards -
of the
: A themselves, writes one and navy,aviators flew to the Islands. In one of the most tremendous explo was unheard of In the 'case Potatoes for Salad '

friends whom we heard from before. 'The story of the Aleutian islands- sions In history."Regardless of foreign victims. Some housewives always peel potatoes -
The basis for It all was the publication before them
that necklace beaded with volcanic of a March-lika climate cooking no mat

of a report of a British sociologist peaks looped across the throat of -chilly, foggy, ,damp=Aleuts live a ter for what purpose they are pre-

that women adapt them- Bering sea- south and west of Alaska- paring them. You will find It- much
with contented life. They are forbidden bylaw Aleutians, have been called l ''America's
selves to monotonous work better to cook them In
reads like a page from Jules Verne, their jacketsand
to hunt sea otters ; this vocation Garden of F.Jrewol'ks'-tlies North Pacific .
greater success than men, that they peel them afterward when
the National Geographic society. you
their of ,
formerly was greatest source
Islands are handicapped In
themselves to the many
can best bring to them for ,
are use
"There Is where Islands appear potato salad.
income. Furs brought fabulous pricesone
of monotonous respects.-,- From the point of view, of
: daily performance above the surface of the sea one year much They are easier to peel and retain
family might earn as as
their interest in temperature, their- climate Is not bad.
work without losing and disappear the next ; where moun- more nourishment, and this proce--
season, a fortune in Aleu
$3,000 .per Dutch Harbor's.mean 39 degres, witha
... tain peaks 'blow their heads off; where'a dure saves time. ,
life.It tian'perspective.; "
is true enough that women have case brings } low of,,30 above.zero'in.January, anda THE HOUSEWIFE.

r :' for centuries done uncomplainingly $50 woven-grass where natives cigarette used to make a 4 "Fox farming has taken the place of high of 52 In July. 'The annual" precipitation Copyright by Public Ledger Inc. _

g the work: that was their duty, thoughIt small; fortune hunting sea otters to sea otter hunting. Several of the _of G3 ,,1 inches,1ffJlghi: There \VXU Service

was not always the work they islands are rented to natives, for breed- are' some 250 rainy:-days In the year,
it Russian samovar where
would have chosen. The reference spend on a ; ing the blue fox whose, soft fur Is which makes the Aleutians one of the Piratical Skua
of the islands is farther west of
is of course to the' monotonous grind one Seattle than 'Eastport Maine, is east world fam us. rainiest regions in the. territory, of the Were It not for the fact that a
; : I
of housework, the job of home and where,' believe It or not, Tuesday is "In spite of Its natural wonders-the United States. sanctuary has been' reserved where

children. But It seems' to me that Monday-almost. this bird may not be disturbed, the

: that is not all there Is to it. great k .Ja,;.of the Shetlarids and the
I Discovered by Russians. Oil Man Tests Securities Act .
; The question is, are household extreme north of the Scottish main-

tasks monotonous to the wife and. "Discovered by Russian explorers In land, would ,doubtless face extinction -
!@ as ______________
.: the middle] of the Eighteenth century, UUu
t "I mother as they seem? Are the rou- tr. 1L.n : For Its .hnsdeeds led to a specIal
uninspired the Aleutian islands were Inhabited by decree issued the
: tine chores Involved always as ,M by secretaryfor
r I and uninspiring as they may some 23,000 natives-Aleuts. who lived ''qr 1i.U.W;% v?,?,' );y r5aa Scotland ordering! It to be removed -

; deem to one who looks upon them like Eskimos but looked like Asiatics. from the schedule of the wild

coldly and impersonally? I II Fur bearing animals ran wild on the bird protection act of 1SSS. The

The setting to rights of the little islands' and off their shores.' Hordesof ,predatory habits of this bold bird

I of the meal hunters from the mainland of Asia !n robber responsible for de-
home, the preparation r 'i7 were the,
: the family will enjoy-are these du- followed the explorers, swooping down cree discriminating against It. It

of on the Aleuts, exploiting, enslaving, has been accused and
r' ties trying to a woman imagina- proven: guiltyof
I 'tl 'tion? For my part I should say the killing in a mad grab for skins. When, the killing of lambs ; attacking
, in 1SG7 Russia transferred all I its
and weaker birdson
more imagination the less trying sheep murdering

:, ; '. they are. Every job, of course, at American possessions to the United sea and loch. '
States thousand-odd Aleuts had
only a
I"l: some time palls, all work has its survived.

: ; good and its less pleasant aspects.
4 "Even today, however, a few old I
Duties which in themselves might
when Aleut squaws on the island of Attu,
pleasureable become a strain
farthest western point over which the
multiplied beyond the capacity of a
.: Stars and baskets II
Stripes wave, weave ,
with them.
! single person to cope
bottle'covers, cigar and cigarette cases
I But if the demands upon her are
from native grass which command :; Use
\ r1 within reasonable limits, I can very Why Hospitals
1 fancy prices in world markets. Gov-
well understand a wife and mother
ernment officials that
report younger
with abundant Imagination enjoyingthe
generations are far less proficient than %S: : :/ Laxative
tasks involved in the making of yf''t't 4B c. aY a Liquid
their elders, and It is feared the art will .
a home and the up-bringing of chil
die out with the passing of the old
< dren. It requires imagination on the

part of the observer to feel the joyous craftswomen.
hundred miles from and doctors have
"Twenty-seven Hospitals always
I. thrill in the task of making 'up
n lunch for' little Bobby to take to Washington state, Attu, In'the one hun- used liquid laxatives. And the publicis

Y' school, to measure the unbounded dred and eightieth degree of longitude, Dya fast returning to laxatives in liquid

mother is technically In the Eastern hemis- a' form. Do you know the reasons?
by a
flights of fancy enjoyed
bent over the apparently monotonous phere. International law, however, The dose of a liquid laxative can be ,

stretched a point to Include it in the measured. The action can thus be
dress for
job of making a party
same time system with the other islandsof regulated to suit individual need. It
her daughter.
.,j" the Aleutian chain. Inasmuch as forms no habit; you need not take a
+ Is It that women are suited to mo-
l the International Date Line lies just "double dose" a day'or two later.
that their imagination de-
",, notony-or beyond Attu, airmen flying west plunge Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritatethe

feats monotony? directly into another day without the r 4jr:: kidneys. j

Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. ......,. ,, _
lapse of any time. Hence, a few moments : "" ""' :"""uWV" .z'" ::c'C, The right dose of a liquid laxative

Tomb Centuries Old after a Monday take-off they'are Aldrich Blake, Texas oil operator, was the first to test the scope of I the brings a more natural movement and

What is described as a "beautI !- flying through what to the Eastern securities act when he sold a share of stock in oil lands he has leased in Texas, there is no discomfort at the time, or

I fully-painted tomb nearly fifty cen- hemisphere Is Tuesday.A although forbidden to do so by the federal trade commission on the ground that after.

t I I tunes old" has been discovered. The "Jack-in-the-Box." he is marketing unregistered securities. The photograph shows Mr. Blake (right) The wrong cathartic may often do

: tcmb belonged to Tissen, presumably "Volcanic in origin, the Aleutian selling a share of stock to Harry H. Craig (left) Washington, D. C., for more harm than good.

a member of the Council of Ten Islands today are studded with conical two dollars as Taul .Y. Waters, attorney for securities apd exchange commission A properly prepared liquid laxative

: comprising the executive of the then peaks hiding active and inactive vol- looks on. like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
Egyptian government. The paintings brings safe relief from constipation.It .

:t are in colors so fresh that they look I gently helps the average person's

; Provides Farms for required ,to .spend' the ,entire' amountof bowels until nature restores them to
nearly new. Zee s 200,000Holland's
Zuyder the pension within thirty days from regularity. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup

:.: its receipt within the confines of the Pepsin is an approved liquid laxative

United States.: He would provide the which all druggists keep ready for f.y
time, when the depression came, It was
Job Will a
Big Open
1 adisable' means of! meeting the pension roll by use. It makes an ideal family laxative
thought to stop work altogether -
Up' 800,000 Acres. the enactment of a .universal sales tax ; effective'for all ages, and may
but Premier Colijn would not
or a transaction tax. be given the youngest child. r
1 1 hear of that and the engineers now are

+s a t oone9. Amsterdam..: "God made the worldwe working on the preliminaries for '''the

oWa d1 ge4uouya not t0.tc made Holland." The biggest job second lake, a much larger one than '
Hunters Learn Fresh Fish
You the Dutch ever have undertaken is the the first.
tiha bVOCte mu don. "Walter, my trout is a long time '
draining of the Zuyder Zee. Already The biggest job was the building of State and Federal Laws1Vashington.Every "
coming "It has taken long
: us a
1ie ca thousands of persons live and work In_ the large enclosing dike, right across
hunter should
while to get it off the hook, sir!I"
I the first reclaimed part. Everythinglooks the narrow part of the Zuyder Zee, Inform himself on both his state and

l so normal that it would be quite where It joined the North sea. The federal hunting laws and regulations,

impossible to realize that sea water building of this dike-nearly 19 miles
for many changes have been made in
ever had filled this site. No More Freckles
long-took eight years. both, a bulletin of the'American Game ;
x'u'r. .. This is only the beginning, though. '
; : ,,, ,_ association points ,out No sportsman Weather-Beaten Skin

.1 N Three more lakes will be drained and, HAS PENSION, PLAN will knowingly violate such laws, but I
i the total area will be 800,000 acres, or I
Ignorance of the law excuses no one It is have
so easy now a lovely
..;]I nearly one-tenth of the entire surfaceof
(IN. and stiff penalties have been fixed for skin of satin-like texture; to have

the Netherlands. This land will r Y'M''ii rk 'u. violators, particularly In view of' the smooth, white, flawless....new... beauty.
to 0,000 farms and Just begin tonight ,- ,
needs give room for 5,000 ,
.sect more of by ,
'a depletion of many species game by using famous '
about 200,000 to 300,000 people. a
than cosmetics ;
the drouth and floods. Nadinola': Bleaching '
Beauty of skin 'comes I The new land lies from G to 15 feet
Cream tested and
1 Here are some of the general principles '
fromwithin.WhenconeJ below the level of the sea. and Is en- f i& in"either'ev for over a ?
I stipation clogsthepores J of law that obtain -
I .' with intestinal wastes tirely surrounded by strong dikes.' The ( generation. The min- ,
the law is federal
CLEANSE INTERNALLY water, after these dikes had been built, / pt ery state where or ute you smooth it on,
EgpMPtE with Garfield in nearly every. state where the law Nadlnola begins to

.E pCO. eloggedsystemprompt was sucked away by enormous pump- is local. Besides, observing them is whiten, smooth and q ,

o.vL S ;l. ly,mddly.eCCecti yely.A1 Ing stations-the biggest in the world !. sportsmanship.It clear your skin. Tan ,
geeing your drug store 25c&lOc -and the soil thus laid bare Is mostly 'p'p'A good and freckles; muddy,
Is against the law to : sallow color vanish
I rich clay, excellent for growing every :.r
a Hunt without license. quickly. You feel'its ,
l kind of farm produce imaginable.The '
Hunt from a power boat, automobileor tonic effect immediately :. ,'
reclaiming of the first lake alone and almost

, cost the, Dutch about $30,000,000. The Y airplane. overnight you see
I total cost for the four lakes was originally f v Hunt on any' posted, land without beneficial results, radiant __?..___.

I r; ITCHITIQ SKIn estimated before the war at permission. new beauty in your complexion:
Hunt waterfowl with any gun larger No long waiting;, no disappointments.
.: TDaerever it 8153,000.000. It is now estimated that Money back guarantee. Get a large
: occurs cu the bode-horncper than a 10-guage.
the total cost will run to $325,000,000. box of Nadinola Bleaching Cream at
r t. tender or sensitvDe the part* -quick.* ; :z ,Hunt waterfowl without federal wa
i relieved When the work was started in 1020 y your favorite toilet counter, or by mail,
: bij it in 23 'gnFr terfowl hunting stamp. postpaid, only SOc NADINOLA, Box
it was hoped to complete years,
11. Paris Tenn.
Resi Hunt for hire or hire anyone to hunt ,
; l hut it will take much longer. At one ,
Sell wild game alive or'dead.
' Shoot within specific distances of any
. -
1,500-Ton Talcum Cargo public road.

YOUNG MEN-YOUNG WOMEN Montreal.-From the quarries of -'- -
,' YOUR SUCCESS and earning ability win Cornwall to the soft cheeks of women City Nearer State Lino Films
depend upon somo special Tocatlonal tr n1Dlr. Developed '
Is the odd and perhaps enticing, jour- Above is Dr. P. E. Townsend of Long La Junta; Colo.-La Junta now Is 15

.. 1) -:. MOLER SYSTEM ney 1,500 tons of talcum powder, which Beach, Calif., proponent of the "Town- miles nearer the Colorado-Kansas state with Prints 15c

; of and BEAUTY U HERJ.NU CULTURE for yonDIe training men will for moan atria arrived In port on the Norwegian send Plan of Old Age Pensions> ," by line than It used to be, although neither .

Kt May ady wo employment tell you moro and financial about thin Independence.training T steamer Inga I, Is destined to make. which all citizens above the age of has moved. Straightening of a highway Dtofcaslonalatadlo.ScnQ your nort I roil and 2So (coin) tQ a

I Writ for our FREE bookEd No.M-W This cargo for the boudoir came from sixty years would be retired upon a eastward from La Junta shortenedthe AM.J.D-WJiST. STUDIOS

MOLER SYSTEM.43$ Pe chtree StN.E,Atlanta,G*. Fowey, Cornwall. pension of $200 a month and would be distance. Dept. Marlon,lliJnolllTHE


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TOO LATE TO' CLASSIFY No sensible gambler would bet on General Plan of Clewiston as recorded -

Drainage Districts \SCHOOL NEWS 1 odds that face a motorist who triesto 1 In Plat Book 2, pages 7

beat the red light. It's a dead to 14 Inclusive,

Embrace Most Lane I I I (Continued from page 5)I certainty that'sooner or later he will',, to satisfy, said decree and all costs.. ,

land in the police court or the hospilal. -' ALLEN CLEMENTS,
r We are going' to try, in this col- visitors came to see the real thing. j Special Master in Chancery.,
1) umn, to give ;you the latest of whatis They do not need dioramas to sell Traffic signals arc fair and iin-!I EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER1st
(Continued from page happening in the dear old Alma them on Florida after they arrive. according National Bank, Bldg.

that the creation of a district must Mater. The staff chosen for this The suggestion that as much of partial. They are operated Miami, Florida, -.
of the to a scientific plan, for one pur- Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. .
be approved by a majority task are: Bill Cowart, the exhibit as possible be left fora .r '
land and a majority of the owners Bestor and Roy Green. permanent exhibit in Chicago is pose only, the safety of the majority.Obey 41-Oct. 12-19-26Nov. 2.
George, them motorists and will'
that before you
further displayof
He recommended things are confused as a happy one. Certainly the
Of course,
to cut down serious ac-
be created the secre dioramas to I help greatly
district can magnificent
a we have only been open for two those \
investigate cidents. NOTICE OF ELECTION TO DECIDE
should 'round
of agriculture ( thousands of people the year
tary weeks, but we know that there are I WHETHER THE SALE OF INTOXICATING
and approve the project iron plans for a basketball anda in" Chicago will be of much greater
the viewpoint of its use for agricul diamondball team. There will be I benefit to Florida than to drag them BEER SHALL BE PROHIBITED, IN

tural purposes commissioners, and the approve board it af ol:, weeks of gruelling practice, and I back to this state for exhibition I NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED : FOR\ HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.

county then we hope to produce a winning I here.
to the need of the community team. The courts will be repairedsoon Leaving the exhibit In Chicago NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to resolution providingfor

the development of lands proposedto we hope. I will mean that we will continue to That Carl, E. Royer, holder of Tax and calling an election to decide
be drained. He also recommendsthat recreational reach and sell Florida to thousandsof 1 whether the sale of intoxicating liquors -
Mr. Ash, F. E. :R. A. Certificate No. 211, 2nd day of Sep-
all' contracts for the sale ol director for this district is expectedin I folks. If the Rosenwald Foundation tember, A. D. 1929, has filed said wines or beer shall be prohib-
bonds and the construction such an exhibit ;ited in Hendry County, Florida, notice -
drainage Clewiston, Friday, October 19th; I is 'prepared to stage certificate in my office and made
of ditches be let by the board of and after conference with him, Mr. I in their splendid museum let's application for tax deed to issue is hereby given that such elec-
will be held November. 6th
tion on
county commissioners.! to let them do so. thereon in accordance with law. Said
to give us a regular agree
hopes Florida
Stanley 1934, in Hendry County, for
state audit the described
audit of the here. certificate embraces following -
A yearly R. We do not need the dioramas
In whicly the F. E. whether the
sports program the of deciding
filled in thecomptroller's situated in Hendry purpose
to be itself. property
department gulf
ing A. is expected to assist. We have the glistening sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or
Florida to-wit: Lots 1-21
County ,
recommended. ,
office, Is all local Mr. Stanley hopes to have a full We see In reality the flash of the Rosenberry's Sd, Sec 8, Twp 43 S, beer shall be prohibited in said coun- ..

It is recommended that tennis tournament. All the, sports silver king as he leaps in the Florida Rge 29 E. ty. The time and place of voting

drainage laws be provided with a activity tends to make us more en- sunlight. We not only see the;.magnificent The assessment of said property I shall be the same as for the General

referendum clause. citrus laden with the, Election to be Held on said date.
thuisastict out our work: and make groves under the said certificate issued was

Mr. Fuller recommended that con the present, school term very inter- golden fruit, but we enjoy the natural in the name of P. M. Diffenwierth. WILLIAM T. HULL,

sideration be given to the Idea of esting t ., rand: to you. scent of their perfume. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I (SEAL) Clerk Board of County

applying a severance tax:, or market- .-" Seniors Elect Why return the exhibit to ,Florida according to law, tax deed I Commissioners! ; HendryCounty

ing fee if preferred, to drainage dis- There have been two Senior Class and attempt to display the state'scharms will issue thereon on the 8th day of I Florida.
the exclusion of October A. D. 1934.
to insure I
tricts; small en- dummies when we
meetings. We a very on wax
non-agricultural property and the in- Dated this 7th day of September,
rollment, but we expect an active can parade her as a glorious live
A. D. 1934. -
lands as can
of such
clusion only first elected a sponsor. model. Ten million people will have
successfuiiy cultivated. year At we WILLIAM T. HULL, I NOTICE 01'ELECTIOX
be chose, Mr. Stanley, is seen the Florida exhibit at the closeof
The one we
(SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court,
the severance tax system, To the Sheriff of Hendry County of
"Under ,
incentive wouldbe in our opinion a very capable and the World's Fair and if we can Hendry' County, Flor- the State of Florida:
the most forceful progressive advisor. Then after var- continue the display,' even in a small ida. Be it Known That I, R. A. Gray, .
for the profitable utiliza- Secretary of State of the State, of Florida -
present district lands., With ious.nominations', and speeches, the way, thousands of additional pros- Sept. 7-14-21-28, Oct. 5. 5t. do hereby give notice that. a _
tion of drainage following officers were elected; pects will be reached who may be GENEDAL, ELECTION
coming only from produc- will be held in Hendry County, Stateof
revenue and
president, Roy Green; vicepresident brought to Florida as tourists Florida on Tuesday next succeedingthe
tion, it would be desirable to providethe Evelyn Hare; secretary Pearl perhaps homeseekers and investors.It .NOTICE OF MASTER'S:: SALE first Monday In November 'A. D.
services of an agricultural expert 1934; the said Tuesday being the
Bestor. the sensible thingto
Brantley; treasurer, George appeals to me as
to set a
essential up
and We have extensive plans and a short do In spite of ,efforts being madein NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that United States Senator.

eting board." concluded the survey.A time to carry them out, so we ask Florida to bring the exhibit back_ the undersigned Special Master in For Representative in Congress, Stateat
Everglades large.
the local
study of your whole-hearted cooperation and to this state.In Chancery, by virtue of the final decree For Representative of the First Con-
districts reveals the following finds: in our benefit entertain of foreclosure entered in that gressional District of the State of
Caloosahatchee Improvement Florida in the Seventy-fourth Con-
The certain cause pending In the Circuit
United States.
ments. gress of the
district has Issued $500,000 worth oi Chapel Services checking reaction over the Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof For Two Justices of the Supreme "Courtof
bonds, of which *$115,000 are now Florida, for Hendry County, in the State of Florida.
in the Homestead Exemption
Every morning we gather state to the For Two Railroad Commissioners of the
and has defaulted in. Chancery, wherein The Clewiston
auditorium and have a Bible read- Amendment during the past coupleof State of Florida.
worth of Company, a corporation, is plaintiff,
the payment of $19,000 For State Senator for Twenty-fourth
interest. ing and a few popular songs. The weeks It looks now like a regular and Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A.' Senatorial District of the State of
and $10,350
bonds district program is conducted by a different landslide for the Amendment. The Nelson, his wife, are defendants, Florida. '

The Clewiston Drainage person each morning. Each student issue certainly has folks stirred up will, on Monday, November 5, 1934, For One Member: of the House of Rep-
$200,000 worth of bondsof of 'the State of Florida.
has has a chance to 'use his ideas. and Interested. Most voters have for- between the hours of eleven o'clock, resentatives Attorney.For .
For County
which $90,000 are now Last Friday the elementary school gotten that there is anything else A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., at the Five County Commissioners.For .
and has defaulted in the pay- Court Three Members of the County
front door of the County
the .
had chapel exercises under supervision on the ballot.In .
ment of $13,000 worth of bonds and always House in LaBelle, Florida, offer for Board of Public Instruction.For
of Miss, Drew. In his talkMr. 'past elections the voter has Justice of the Peace In and for
$18,020 interest. .' Stanley explained that each gone to the polls to vote for sale and sell at public 'outcry, to the the following Districts, viz: No. 1.
district hai best and highest bidder for cash,
Diston Island drainage
teacher would take her turn in pre- somebody else. He's voted for this For Constable In and for the following
issued $445,000 worth of bonds ol the following described real propertyin .Justice Districts, viz: No.-.
which $400,500 are outstanding and senting a program every second f guy for governor or that' guy for Hendry County, Florida, to wit: In Testimony Whereof, I
week. In between there: will be a senator or somebody else for some have hereunto set my
in the of I Lot Twenty-four ( 24 ), in .
has defaulted payment
hand and ,affixed
but this time he's voting ,
I of other ; .
period Sev-
$11,500 worth of bonds and $71- Block Three Hundred Sixty Great Seal of the Stateof
Swimming Meet for HIMSELF. He's on the ballotas en (367) ; Lot Thirty-one (31), Florida at Tallahassee -
060 interest. Sunday some of our boys went to Joint Resolution Number 2. If Block Three Hundred Fifty the Capital, this the
Newhall Drainage district has issued (SEAL) first day of August, A. D,
: Punta Gorda, to a Boy Scout swimming he votes ''YES he votes to take! the Eight ((358) ; Lot Twenty-one .

$70,000 worth of bonds ol meet. Clewiston won third I taxes off his home, whether It Is In (21)) in Block Three Hundred 1934.R. A. GRAY,
which $25,000 are outstanding, and If he votes Seventy-seven (377) ; and Lot Secretary of State.
being the the county.
thing city or
I place, the outstanding To Hon. H. L. DeLaney, Sheriff Hendry
has not defaulted on bonds, but has I such Five ((5)) in Block Two Hundred
Bill Cowart's diving, which won first .NO he votes to continue paying County. LaBelle, Fla.
defaulted $750 interest. Three (203) in the City of No. 39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 512192&J..
who en- I
Sugarland Drainage district has place and 65 points. Others tax.Well Clewiston as per the plat of the Nov. 2. '
tered were George Bestor James I your YES is as good as mine,..1 1

issued $640,000 worth of bonds of and Owen Winn, James Harrington, sand! remember 'what you don't NO
which outstanding, and I
$523,000 are '
James Aiken, Charles Roberts, Pat J won't hurt you.
has defaulted on $45,000vorth of "
and Wilbur McGeehee and A. H.
bonds and ,$103,550 interest.
The South Florida Conservancy I King, scoutmaster. I Business ought to pick up. Prime

district has issued $1,125,000 worth Chapel Today snap beans are now rolling from the
I Miss Congdon's sixth graders have CHECK UP
of bonds, of which $933,000 are out- to Everglades, the Nation's Winter
the following program
standing. No figures were given on prepared Garden.-Times Union. .
be given in chapel for the elementary -
default of bonds bu tthe district has .
this morning:
defaulted $163,000 interest. Song-"Sailing"grades by Assembly. and see what need

Pahokee Drainage district has issued Bible Reading.. Unite to Work for Air you

$512,500 worth of bonds and ,

has, outstanding $302,500'worth of Prayer.Recitation"What Paw and Maw Base In ArcadiaTampa Call .

bonds, and has defaulted in paymentof Owen. Then
Ain't Got, by Dicky
$30,500 bonds and $38,160, inter-
Song and Tap-"All I Do Is
est. Oct. 18, (FNS)-At a
Dream Of You", by class. Tap dancers .-
Pelican Lake district issued $233- and Julia meeting held here Monday representatives -
Renee Wetherington
000 worth of bonds, and has now from thirty Florida cities

outstanding, $162,000 worth of Oglesby.Recitation-"When Dad Calls," formulated a plan for securing for THE NEWS OFFICEand

bonds, it, has defaulted in paymentof by Carlton' Prevatt.Song. Florida one of the proposed new air

; $20,000 bonds and $26,220 In .-Assembly. bases being considered by the fed-

terest. eral war department in a program of

The total for all drainage districtsof expansion of the air service.

the state is $$25,643,684.41: worthof -organization was formed to let us estimate on

bonds issued, $22,354,520.73bonds 'LEGIOX DAY" conduct the campaign on behalf of

outstanding; 3646046.20 the state."Suniter Leitner of Arcadiawas

bonds defaulted and. $5,678,631.03 Tallahassee, Oct 18, (FNS-Next) elected president and GeorgeT. next order

. interest defaulted. Tuesday, October 23, has been des- Bergen, secretary of the Tampa your

,Acreage Comparison: ignated by Governor Sholtz as "Leg- Chamber of Commerce secretary.The AJ

The table showing the acreage under ion day throughout the state. The city of Arcadia was the site
cultivation of the various districts eighteenth national convention of ,of two active flying fields during : .

in this section 'also brings out the American Legion will be held. in the World War and the federal gov- :u'< : _

some"Interesting comparisons: Miami October '22-25. ernment still' owns the fields there. ,;

Clewiston drainage district em- Florida's leglonaire governor, who Steps have been taken by Arcadiato :: .:,: "

bracing 3,810 acres In Hendry coun- will take a prominent part in the secure the' cooperation of all sec- ,:.. ,,' .>{

ty and 1534 acres In cultivation last convention issued a proclamation tions of the state endorsing Arcadia ; BILLHEADS :, '
year of which 1300 was in sugar asking! that a holiday be observed as the logical location of an ; .::: -.'"

cane. wherever possible. air base, at such time as new bases HANDBILLS

., Diston Island with 21,089 acres are established and In the event that ;

in Glades and Hendry counties had 1 one may be allocated to Florida. The< '

4,745 acres in cultivation and 4,300of State totals are 2,238,149 acres I i Arcadia delegation at the :meeting ,<.: ENVELOPES

this was in sugar cane. included in drainage districts and I reported that already a large 'number FORMS "

Newhall district embraces 6,536 198,520 acres of them cultivated. I f of endorsements had been received :< RULED- -

acres in Glades district with 88 and that refusal had beer
county and had 260 Pahokee Drainage nov : ;
acres planted last year. percent of its land under cultivation encountered. : i \\TINDOCARDS

Pahokee Drainage district in Palm ranked first and Pelican Lake with Congressman Peterson and Sear; :," ';,:

Beach county has 19,403 acres and 64 per cent under cultivation ranked were present: and pledged: their sup \/' TICKETS

: 17,103 of them were cultivated last I second In percentage of land being port to the movement. Telegrams ol :. 1 / ,

}'ear.. of these 5,120 were in cane. I utilized for agricultural purposes. regret were read from Congressmer :, ETC.
Pelican Lake district has 8,182 The findings of this Interestingand Green and Caldwell' who had plan

acres in Palm Beach county and had comprehensive survey will undoubtedly ned to be present at the organization

6,100 of them cultivated last >'car. be brought to the atten- of the campaign.The .

There 'were 4,800 acres of cane. tion of the legislature at its next delegation plan to' first make '

The South'Florida Conservancy session with a purpose ,of enacting an effort to secure one of the new CLEWISTON% NEWS
district, with 267,760 acres in Palm remedial legislation that will enable air bases for Florida and then settle

.- Beach and Hendry counties had 65- drainage districts to more nearly the matter of its location in the

000 acres cultivated. perform their original duties, and to state. Speakers cautioned against a JI

Sugarland Drainage district, in relieving the burdensome situation j divided sentiment> which might lessen -

Hendry county, had 1,000 'of,its 40- on lands not receiving proper benefits the, chance of securing the ail' 1

425 acres cultivated: '. .' from"-, .'" district.-' ", I ipvjos, !! baso far'thu itaU.