The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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/*"- I Government to Restore \ FALL TOURNEY IS


Employees Pay
With Harmless Pranks UNDERWAY AT

President Roosevelt In his semiweekly -
Hallowe'en this year brought only in Washington GOLF CLUB
conference LOCAL
harmless pranks to irk the souls of SHERIFF FOR TRIALJ. press
FOR LEVEE' WORK serious-minded folks in : this week made the announcement -
the more that he will recommendto --
have been reported -
No injuries br.othcrs.1
Clewiston. Congress the restoration by July Joe Masters, golf professional for
--- real damage to property and Hamp Anglin
and no T.
When bids were opened last Fridayin first of a five percent ,cut in gov- the Ciewiston golf and country club,
U. S. district en- seems to have resulted:: from who are under indictment on three: I ernment employees pay, bringing the :arrived from his home in Columbus,
the office of the annual visit of the ghosts and
the counts of breaking and entering Clew-! salaries to the leyel of 1932. Ohio, and began his new duties here
in Jacksonville on approxi goblins. It was a day of celebrationand
were brought to will be re- November first by working out the
of levee extending carnival spirit ruled. Many iston business places I This announcement _
mately 14.5 miles a
the annual Fall Handicap
from Bacom Point to Port Mayacca, who attended the P.-T. A, dance at LaBelle 'and placed in the Hendrycounty ceived enthusiastically by this sec-

f r it was found that the government's the Inn sallied forth in their party jail this week by H. ,H. McCall, I tion where hundreds of governmentmen Lake i Thirty-two tournament.players are entered, in
construction cost was con- to find that they must arc employed on the
estimate regalia only under Sheriff Delancy.
deputy the tournament, with first-round
than the bids of all air into the flat tires of Okeechobee project.Mr. .
: siderably lower the first pump It will be remembered that the Roosevelt said' the pay in: matches to be played by November9th.
submitted on .
who automobiles.And
f : contractors their Wauchula All matches are to be 18 holes
1'", Anglins were arrested in crease would be urged in expecta-
! t' project. next morning many waked to and in except the finals which will be36
after the robberies of tion of an increase in ',values
, regulations under which bids contents-of the garbage can several weeks
The i find the prices by July 1st. He does not feel 'loics played on December 2pd. Tro-
work are let provide I itself misplaced. City the Clewis ton Supply company, the
for government and the can the increase will be warranted by yhic-3 will be .presented to the win
that the government itself presents, employees will doubtless be straight- Gulf Refining company's wholesale first but feels confident ner and the runner-up. '
sealed bid, its own estimate of ening signs and small bridges for plant and the United States Sugar
as a
that the upward "trend will be reached Mr. Masters is a golf professionalof
the work, and unless the lowest sub- several days, but the youngsters can corporation offices. Sheriff Ches .
them in time to begin the new govern- 15 years experience. For eight
mitted bid of contractors is within be forgiven for misplacing articles ong of Hardee county arrested
1st.: he was professional and manager -
ment year July years
25 per cent above the government estimate since no damage has resulted from when they were caught in the act
I his Upon taking office President of 'the Municipal golf course'
outside bid is awarded and robbing a filling'station near
no their doings. several Roosevelt brought about a fifteen. his home city, Columbus, 0., and for
does the work itself ord- home: After the arrest,
the government Ghosts and witches were the percent cut in government salaries, : the 'past seven years he has been
robbed here,
with hired labor. of the evening on the streets as employees of the places Indian River Mich
er and identi- ten percent of which. was restoredby professional at ,
inn. None of the contractors submittedbids school children seized the opportunity made a trip to Wauchula the last congress. igan. He has been quite busy since
the loot
the 25 cent allowed, the traces forHallowe'en. fied and returned some of
within per of breaking over his arrival in Clewiston establishinghis

I but one contractor, the Arundel corporation from each of the local establish- All In ReadinessFor repair shop for golf clubs, which ..
which is now building a por- ments robbed. I
I he will maintain at the club house.
tion of South Shore levee near South Blow High Blow Low The Anglins were held by Sheriff The Clewiston course is now in ,;;
lowest bid which Dishong for the Hardee county of I General ElectionAll
submitted the
: Bay, I fine condition, and with the arrivalof
of the fense. At the recent term of circuit
was only a little in excess Describes Waters CruiseDon cooler weather and the absenceof
I court there, the trial of the Anglinswas
twenty-five per cent. Sheriff preparations have been com- mosquitoes, interest in the ancient
When Delaney
.:" As is customary in such instances, learned postponed.of the postponement he sent pleted by county officials for the Scotch game has received anew

a protest was filed by the lowest Waters' article, "Blow High, McCall to Wauchula with a general election next Tuesday. The impetus, and it is expected that a
bidder on the project, and after re- Blow Low", in the current issue of Deputy who were Clewiston voters will ballot at the large number of players will be seen
warrant for the prisoners,
checking of its own estimates the Motor Boating, is an interesting observation brought here to stand trial for the City Hall with the fololwing ,in regularly on the course.

government officials will reach a decision of an experienced mariner Clewiston robberies. They will be charge of the voting: Charles Lov- Pairings have been arranged for

as to whether the government of the pleasures of motor boating in the February term of circuit yorn, Mrs. Dorothy Turner, Mrs. the first-round matches as follows:
tried at
estimate should be revised, and the Florida. Mr. Waters takes particular Josephine Wright, F. R. Maxwelland (figures after each name representsthe "

I contract awarded the work. pains to describe accurately the actual court.The Anglin brothers are also under H. Hines as special deputy. 'player's handicap] ) J. F. Curry-

i t Work on the four sections involved conditions encountered on a indictment in Highlands county for Clewiston precinct has five hund- 16 with ,H. R. Hall 13; W. C. Owen

; in the bid varies'somewhat so trip through Florida waters in the breaking and entering the A. C. L. red qualified electors but it Is doubt- 14 with M. P. Peterson 16; Dr. J. W.

I r that bids were submitted on each summer. He does not paint rosy pic- depot at Hicoria on June 13th. Sheriff ful if a large majority of them cast White 14 with F., I. Hill 13; Jim

section separately. Newspapers have tures of an insect-free country withno Doyle Shoemaker of Highlands coun- their ballots Tuesday, as Interest Harrington, jr:, 20 with Tom Shel-

quoted the average of government hot weather, and no other un- has sent a warrant for their arrest usually wanes after the primary ley 6; Mrs. W. C. Owen 46 with
estimate as 15 cents per cubic yard, pleasant features. He states truly to Sheriff Delaney so if they election in June. ; Mrs. M. W. Bigg, 28; H. A. Bestor

while the Arundel corporation; lowest that there are more, mosquitoes here should obtain habeas corpus or other Ballots for Tuesday's election are 24 with Dick Gibbons 24; ,K. Bowden -

k bidder, averaged 22 1-2 cents I If than on other localities he has visit- proceedings to effect their release formidable looking affairs, about 20 with L. C. Rosenberg' 24;

f per cubic yard. Approximately 9- ed on his continuous water journey, from jail on the Hendry county' 14 x 22 inches in size. The large Mrs. H. A. Bestor 56 with Mrs

E 600,000 yards are involved in the I and he gives a realistic comparison would be immediately size is due to the seven constitutional Fred Hill 48; E. P.: Shelley .11 withD.
I; charge, they
project, and 15 o.r 16 months will of the heat encountered further arrested on the Highlands 'county I amendments which are printed: in G. Alston 20'Jack Barret 15

i' be allowed for its completion.The 1 north. with Fr. Francis Finnegan 20; Mrs.F. .

levee will involve a combination Writing with a free and easy style charge. full.The list of candidates for office D. Duff 18 with E. E. Kelley 18;

I'1' of hydraulic dredges and which seems typical of the life he contains only names of the Demo- J. J. Harrington 9 with F. D. Duff

draglines for its construction. This describes, tie gives Florida a favor- cratic nominees except in two instances .9 ; H. Land 20 with L. H. Nash 20;

method is similar 'to that which the able and entirely frank representation FLETCHER POINTS when the Democratic nomi- A. L. Hackstt 20 with A. N. Gallant

.r. Arundel corporation is now using to thousands of readers_ of this nees for county commissioners in 20; Jay W. Moran 26 with C. V.

,.., contract. well-known sports magazine.Mr. two districts have opposition. Mark Parkinson 24-; "". M. Redelsheimer
on its present OBJECTIONS IN .
.. Waters with his wife and TO Poole and Herbert O'Bannon are the 24 with C. F. Goodman 20. .

daughter were recent visitors in Democratic nominees who are opposed -

Hendry Tax List Clewiston water journey for several from Fort days Myers duringa via HOME AMENDMENT I in this election. I Chairman Urges All\

Saved State This' Lake Miami.Okeechobee to the East Coast I II Clew ston Delegation at Democrats To Vote

.# and Floridians who vote to ,ratify the
',' '
Year About $1,000It proposed homestead: exemption .amendment P.-T. A. Dist. Congress In General ElectionC.
Duck Stamps On do so because they have I

been' misled as to what the resultsof \

is estimated that the Clewiston Sale at Post Office the amendment's provisions will Four delegates from the Ciewis; W. McDonald, chairman of the

News this year saved the taxpayersof be, in the opinion of. United States!' ton Parent-Teachers AssociationMrs. Hendry county Democratic Executive -

the state approximately $1,000 Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, dean R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. M. committee, in a statement to '

I ,' of its own revenue by joining with Federal "duck, stamps", requiredby of the Florida delegation in the Wright, Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mrs.G. 'he C'crristca News this 'week, urges

practically all other 'papers in the law to be affixed to the hunting Congress of the United States. C. Poole attended the district con- voters of the county to "stick to

'1" state in cutting the Futch. act items license of those who hunt duck, I As Senator Fletcher views the gress of the Florida organizationheld the party". The purpose of the com-

from the printed delinquent tax Jist.' coot jacksnipe, homestead exemption amendment its in Fort Myers Tuesday at the mittes, says Mr. McDonald; is to try
goose, brandt, or
This is brought out in the announcement ratification would be very "unwise" Morgan Hotel. to get out as large a vote among the

from Comptroller Lee's office have arrived and are on sale at the at this time. He said so in no un- Mrs. C. F. Parvin, state vice-pres- party members as is possible. This s

that he had paid the Citrus County Clewiston Post Office for one dollar certain terms and offered his rea- ident, made two of the main talksof year, due to lack of funds, the committee ;,

Chronicle $419.50 for the tax list I sons for feeling as he does. For one the program, and conferenceswere is not making any other effort -

from that county for which the pa each.All state and local regulations on thing he is. looking into the futureif conducted on various subjects 'to do this, other than to remind '

per rendered a bill of $1,969.97.The usual I the amendment is ratified, and by chairmen of the art committee, voters of their obligation throughthe
hunting are to be enforced as I
Inverness paper, one of the wondering where the revenue thus physical education committee, and columns of this newspaper.

; few designated to print the tax list) but in addition, those who hunt cut off from the governmental agen- the publicity committee.The Throughout the Democratic South,

t. which did not join in the patriotic duck and kindred fowl, are required cies will, come from. "The estimates delegates of groups in Tice, Mr. McDonald points out, nomina-

.f' movement, printed the full list and to purchase a "Duck Stamp." The vary from $10,000,000 to '$17,000000 ,- Naples, LaBelle, Clewiston, Boca tion in the primary has been tanta-

f .{t\ presented the comptroller with the money goes, of course; in to the federal a year, and the only way the Grande, Edgewocd, Owens and Bay- mount 'to election, so that Democrats

/ 5f', bill approximately $2,000. Comptroller treasury.The amount can be replaced is by other shore were guests of the Fort Myersassociations : have lapsed into a habit of largely
4-F' Lee contended that since all duck stamps are for' one year forms of taxation," Senator Fletcher at luncheon. The tables ignoring the November general elec-

I other papers had agreed to waive only, those on sale now becomingvoid said. were laid with orange and black-li tion. In doing this, Democrats are

I the right to print the previously advertised on June 30, 1935. They are He pointed out that the statistics covers and pumpkins were used a' making a mistake, as we occasionally

I items restored to the roll blue, about one by one and one- show that only 17 per cent of the vases for marigolds and daisies. Favors realize' when the nominees are defeated -

I by the Futch Act, he had paid most half inches, and depict some duckon Florida population_ owns property of Hallowe'en dolls at eacl I continued the committee

of them off on that basis and added the wing. and questioned If' the 83 per cent, place. A musical program was, presented J l chairman.

I that he did not intend to make any In Florida the hunting season "the ones," he said, "who are voting during the serving of a most "We owe it also to our President,
. exceptions in favor of anyone. ducks for the amendment" have not luncheon.
,.. opens November 22nd, delightful wlip has made and. is making a val-
T tax collectorwas Fri been "misled" as to what "it will. ,/
The Citrus County may be killed on Thursdays, iant effort through the New Deal
refused a claim of $3,992, for days, Saturdays and Sundays from mean to them.:" They are the ones, BEANS IIQIAIXG FROM: policies to lead the nation out of

selling the entire list, the comptroller that date till' January 11th, after he conmmented, "who will have to THIS VICINITY NOW the depression. We should stay with
him $975-which is to kill them the nusiance and other taxes to
allowing only which it will be illegal pay him to the last man. Every election'
15 cents per certificate and 5 per at any time until the next hunting makeup for that great loss in revenue I Shipments of eight carloads of is important and we should so consider

cent commission only on those items 1 I season. I beans from the :Lake: Harbor section it." ,i .

which, had not previously been ad- Would Handicap Schools. have been made this week. Includedin
I vertised. Only 15 cents per certificate NEW :MINISTER HERE He is particularly fearful DoS to the*hipments was one car by "This year," finds Mr. McDonald,
I to
i or about $120, was cash. Tho the amount of money the ratifica-I Charlie Miner, most, of which came "there are only two opponents
i' bal-
remainder is payable when certificated Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams of Columbus tion of the amendment will take from his splendid field of thirty Democrats listed on the local
t lands are redeemed. Ohio, arrived in Clewiston away from the schools. "They are acres In Clewiston townsite. The lot. Democrats should endorsementto :
\' Dr. Williams asking for $2,500,000 for the picking from this field on Tuesdaywas that we have given our
w q.... The big saving in payments to tax yesterday afternoon, more and Mark
collectors is also credited to the assuming the pastorate of the Com- schools on the present status," he supplemented with beans from Herbert O'Bannon commissioners.They .

r : newspapers for without their plan munity Church November first. said "The ratification of the amendment other fields to fill a solid car. Poole for county nomineesand
I Democratic
last I I will take at least Beans were reported yesterday as are the
;,' and consent neither the paper nor Dr. and Mrs. Williams spent $2,500- vote of thQ
the tax collector could have been refused winter in Fort. Myers, having come; 000 from the present school funds, selling at $2.50 per hamper on the should receive the "

payment in full. The Comp- South for Mrs. Williams' health und where will the needed money I platform, with choice beans bringing Democrats of the entire county.' ,
good per
troller's audit shows that 'the total Prior to that time Dr. Williams was como from?" He feels thaf if the $3.00 before the day was over. "We hope to turn! out a and

saving in Citrus county was 4469. minister of one of the large churchesin tide of opposition to the amendment If weather conditions continue fav- ccntage of votes next Tuesday voter, to

j 44. On the same basis in Hendry Columbus.- continues to flood as it has recentlythe orable farmers will realize a hand I would like to urge every

1m 8a. ':county, the saving yrguld J be approx|I.. Dr.. and Mrs. WJlllams are.receiving amendment will be debated in some profit on beans which* area' < now,... exercise his franchise on that. clay"

'Tmately. $2,200, ;a ,,cordial. \ .,welcome In (i.ho' city the .November G election, reaching maturity, concluded 1 Mr, McDonald. ,.



"... .T.', THE CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, November 2, 1934 f

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; .begun..His wife' fra ,tq13iro'rt }
; ; i .workt' ; motion pictures containeil.npliissng ion;: a |achnear IShanhairvi! } the3i
charged with !9i-10 .engIJE' rrled ,luflr IEriiflseiiYlceLasieQi .forn ihd! defeat1 of-i .I II ,| | }} J :r :
complicity : r I those.meniathe: Novemher'lelections.! scenes ; ,such a. display,in public In iavoide(1vtbe; :,sun_? they. ,JaV Ved_ ,
in.tlie.kidnapingMrs.. \ Rohinrspnhowev.erv : n terrvril: rlS} ahi) ,jj1NJ i I Therlfire 'are, Senntqral, Reed -ofPenn : western ''motion'pictures r\Vas ''enoiigh) frankly, "If we get sftnburned.j .the, j
\ rio that ne "eizor1'Ie t In :" : '
sad) n '
wna tq. have.jprptectarid ; uh I
: tjq'lI 't ?r.-H uJ :)1 sadvapial, ofTfc sensation'1vjth1\ bVt any defiance girls won't go. outVlth: us." But
ed .rs .tR] to.rthe .best 91 her. abWb effort to compel Germany to p the. I' 1YatcOttofGonnecticut:: Hat-t, ; : '' ;' : ; 'T/rrui-p "
; ,
| ( jfit 1 'of the1 'code 'by1 Chmesel'a'c"fors''aBd men o ,th vigorousfymisctlline.type.
figld ,of ,
she abducted France. olncare ; IVestrrVirgJniailgnd, fess IofQhigd.pij < ;! ; ,
;it,:,was: who feturned: the war reparations "to } "' 'a'ctresfceS. ": / JIthat i
'In 1020 howi' are' Idoifze3 Arnerlcan'ctn--'
: ) p
tJOt-'f/i" : I ,
ivo tan, ,to' her, retatises. : ; abandoning was born ffn L >'rarne nd hat facF explained seeping\ re-elecilpn,, .ani.q.: : :
r t ever, Olive Amerlcaii-tforn ea'
'f. ,
h rcraz 'husband.1In'Detroit In parJ rtsnSKXjteP isnltitla i George M. Bourquin, Repyblica! npml"he ,-1, i Young an 1 '

;"\ ) pni Edward' Ll kwrila.'a toward Germany In dealing with post- r e,SPAlontsuarl ..- ,.'", ;auii fl ': .; Chinese cinema'star'ventured-a-kiss; 1i1rt their'ohil'4n'rbhina-Wilhir''Burton'' -:- 1:1. .. "' ,'
y6uth'"witn 'liollce "'record ,was ar; -Psj: j-S Ie3sJffiIi ftrs) )p 1 life tfi i fwarle.ttqH1iHgn.b"pi,; qr, ?;: thatQJssta g hT on1t {h.qi1 9\let0l !-- '.ft I /! .r, ; [ ;: 1" '

rested( 'for'' i1 tr'ng"to'extort.; { '55,000' In ISb*, ne was mixed up in many fl; rlviltliq i .rE'Frrj s lp",.opgreas ,off heed. ",, through a semi-translarent screen.audlSnces i .: : :,, .'J'::, ; 1 :' :,; '_,. ':." :..,:

from'l 'dsel tfprd'uWer'thfeats' of'death. prominent "affaixes_aml made a rec I I ;\YluIgtt., Fesslanl, ;). ffie d.. Thgy say' '31fhIpf easpg d'iQr3atJjG .

Ii ::was I ''! l lcte"ifBy'a! ;'federal' o1dasrandntPnse"? patribtmudaTliberal I. tfte IrfJ"1l diaates./, vote" .,7agaihst'the" 34I I '

grand' Jury;!pleaded guilty 'and 'was; ubHc.all-.118iJl)11), Wnwhen ,rrhebr pas< 1 ;! four 'wprkweek'. for" ,reduction 'of ", FA$1G'r1J
:: : :
sentenced to' serve1: ten years. [In' the, :, aed) \ "' '; :, con rma .of Jitdge John J; : : .
Leavenwdrtb penitentiary. :: IJ s1tIn u'tie q1,1ntrs.;lr9mInHsl'',i$U C'ONC'ERTS''>; A'T :
': :':' : : astrottsl}rlap.cial sttytetiiPoigFSre ; ar 'er oj't N r'thcCa'rolfna''fo+ tHeu.J :' -( : w ) '
] ;
: pf cm f coiu'rt'> r liud'! t'11,1JTHEIiWHISTE'iHOUSE., : Sl ::::
ITH'oierpotr2rin :li:oinp rid.'ce seventyfgpa jeaasolq: lY. fnlrj1 t Jd1 l lgrrd ;,' ; J i'iptiel'd'vehatinlodl'uen' I flg. ve. C hfl.'dJre. h ,
e-. : tail ( .
W" had the yeiloW dog"'conr ,
: Ale1aiider I"assassinatedking ; B.erCt7iD! pqprQ-h..1tIfPf sflrngsyliSG1 t ;;: iin,1: i i'f: : :J: "q "I I ", [
!' ; : ;, iH 2tlbet earl 'enil3loyefsr'ialid'''wtfrk'ers.* ''. OfjJ"jt'll! i: -/"' .' l'> ,V .fl/ .iJ>r ; "+ J..u. 9.-, :
of- ; as' to'"rest / jj .1 ,jrra-fV7! :
-Jugoslavia. 'l fd 'JniJfIj9'oT.
'tils'{' < .ioI. ,.J: jS.,,f yer I ,I..Before: have.. :. 'musical programs a-Cllanm,:; :. .,. '. :
with fathersth'e"foundees''of: the '
71rtjlf .H
; 'cirtl fJf"! Te .0" brrr. In'
Qi s.'f Tr. L Is | n'f '''like!'S. the, executive! rtnansioh! at ....
( / : '
KarageorgevHctt tJ i1asty.-Nerirly'everynation SEClu.-rt\Rr f1JT. O'Fiat'1VItlfaitis"Miali ,Wiasliingt6n' been so 'unprth'pdpx' :;.6r 10" -t n. .. ;1Su -J
; e .IY tvtrit efalls ithe.ul erlI' man''of'the; "' ,Perhapsyquhave.tred i i
on earth >Itepre'sent at'the ,
'was 1 :'-) i ) '1 .so honestly aiitertatn1hWtrike'lit. / I?
funeral rlttf r ''Boris--of fenslb i practice'? of certaifiBoSttiW .. .cournrJpi niw'Tiatiorikf 'in'dusWfSf'recovery board' ,nearly everygray fS9r.tr.of ., "
; ; Kins' Bulgaria'I J"UH'J. : [ Tin 'fromt7Heriry5! Jung ) ''wticr h'asrtiac"cKargi''ofvthrese : ( 1( '
s or OLDer.lrJl-tr.1 ir I rWae"1Stly'appbinfei- b'y' President'' Rbose-s'I IAfl.p" I'
and King Carol; of Rumania were: ther ,' ugnrul! ; rii ( '' :'1r irs foc'fite"'last keepr.a0cbald'pl; ,( .)t-) .
lyaBlSfn cSSce-ss'&ns'by rec iffftfg diem a5JI93 -'v lt 'I" +JAt"thre''San: bgwe1rsJn .
aswas; President, ,Lehrunof' France.! :twenty 'ye afs.- : v. >-n' proper- : :
ffg'a'i Ti1h ne'gb'tiatlgnV'wTftf 1t 1e Ublt'eji'States i ':Francisco convention! .. failej "
ICing.fjVictor, Emmanuel! of Italy, r' : r..N.n..rlf ,
( ;; ; was for Ife0Maati' bne" Cth:first "dhariges made-b$ 1' ,1:" c. of.. : .; -
trade agreenVehts.1 -of- 'the JAmerlcan.i Fed'ieratI6n' .,
represented ; by the.tduke; -.pf Spoleto,. '3'rstsfprb Ir bGTJrJt'TInin iattni irCuat .'' 'ttie-'Ne'w'Deal' In the toncert'fsched-! '"-Yetralmostany childwho has been iconvalescing -
> of.I' Labor.>
and Chancellor.; -; H.it,1er.of, -Germany .by.Gen.HerniannlVilipmCoering \iiftle r Icon'dltrolis'rtflere'' 9i t'A'faillltecbf resolution wasadoptled !' 'lute =otrthe White-''Hbu'se; 'vas tot ex ; iaa hospital*wiHusually ?;-.?
]I premier- 1 '' tend nedtiattb'ns "r'"ti ox r teen"occasions;rl instead -pome Qb<)wels.-itvorking ie..I,
of Prussia,.: t:bQ;flew from ,.ije!H\)1 Eng ; w-4.' 3'?: ;idemaqdingKan 1:' ,.in-i! I:i I'.of'' ''the i.traditional five-major" state .ayirelJ-regulate4; .watch. "-,-. -, ,. ,,'
lanai,sent .Prince GeQge.I,1o.\y, duke of '"Ai mjJ ;;Wfi< 'natibn1 rwaS'nfltt/ecf.i: Ggi5" .d s 2z ;vestlgationp, ; f Mr., f fi \1. tn t
( 'n\abyIt1i -gu'h'Jf{ "ptri'r3tftttriiftr.bn' : \VjUiam .att'itujlg."as.vice dinners t Itwas -soon made clear to llt-Thef1averag! r mother '
Kept / Other..notables .present we.re. ; ? gives any"14'
Prince .Cyril .of ',Bulgaria! ; a .delegati'nnfrom J trolled Imports and has denouncedUtsmogt chairman pf.( : ,11)6. Mr. Junge.. that for a majority t of laxative'';the'lfamilyinay': He"'usiiig .''r;iwhile.

/Polaiid'roreign't Minister:; D, blast: "favol-ed-naUohimreaty' J Witb il'Ehe board _'of theR. J. ..r[ these functions. the: President ;and .,doctors;,give children &,liqui

most of'' Greece,. 'Foreign;: iil'iilster 'Dr.Tevfit' Unitefl Strltesc'andtFrancefisllncrttaSing> R e y n o 'ds"Tbncco H"< First Lady; wQuld prefer ,something r.laxative suitable:ipgrCdients, suitable .,

tariff8l' ) n ,,,pi,.rather,.jiyelyrinfomat c.. .. stxengfh',and in ampimt.
Rust'ii Bey' of' Turkey. Foreign nl ]"s'ro i-walnon! oilh'tryi f? tnt a< lrf111yIpsifr .,terartisticahywortlily.hTlebat suitable ,II

llftifstBr --Dr. ''Edward 'Beries'o'f' "CzechpSBfovalviai .1'1'011 i "I'n'III'! ?J 0"riw ,!9'II J'ImsTIshotr'Intbe :, -. Ca.I feiiPtp n-f r Jni fN{ u; ',. 1 pot 'H11, f k'fe' 'the-'change'; ow'to' : ure'r;
necessarily .alo.ng the
; !'Foreign' Mlftisfer 3f/lclf/ nks ; : 'the C11arge..being-'thaf' I t ; beaten; M '
< 'TlJ coming1 contest'beaL11ttcecnttlle'aatnmohile California1!''Syrupof'-Figs instead' of'! '' 'i11"
'tulfcfeeu'bfl'RUma'nla.'Prinbe" Nlehlas'ofRumaniaOaud''ITiitlersecretary i manufacturers) 'P, ?I a &'j herb tuns :opposed ,:+to I'I'S. of concert .tec}]wique,.,. (li"1; "jI.,, '

!of"'Jds andfthe >iAmercan! > Rede'ratibiiOt L bon truouonsi.andt' 5f ple( lug bargaining j, ,;. .The/ effect,; was ,, apparent almost violence harsh mcdicines to ;tyou child's risk'-' appetite-noj; more, '- .'
Witb them. The federation's exec:1: Im.lI1e.4Iatel '.,,. :Great .artistssuch,, .as
ticeKarl 'Knrwinsk of Austria, with was tired(by. the!'General M6tors>rcor{ : digestion, and gperal physical condi-
man \others. T"i \ *-\ rpgratlon11jnJ eye L(9I.nj 'TI"e + pdjuS'tfticfed 1 r esident? Wll1.{1.llitteri 1.- ? J mann;:,and.jHeifetz; ; .appeared,, ::to tion. You'll;have :1'aer. more* atis' l4

Be rkc'a 2t J'1l'21Ik nfi m 7tJ rnidn-y .r. .: of .an..n1IerJa..lts 130,. #i a. Ifn'nt ;th Itha r to' ..' ,be. Burg, !,as.,'in,;.the' pasj tu; but, balancing i factory res it'f Those litfleVpsetS '

kyr Mr. Roosevelt on his return to "Wash- ., ,jthesQ. ,d4tingttished manshows"
pne !
,thousand* off* Serbs. '. 29rfml.lo of i R ? i and rcpnipraint iustpdislpRear>;,ahdthe
Sldf j1 s.' lh endt 1 9U900 j.f/'a if :,owrl jplan viti"ti{ & ington, and he- promised to do so. Inj j w irnix d prograulshoPlighter i i child issoorf n&rnfal again.ypry-itl
; ; dentally{ if should "be" rtcottleoV'that' music, including generous i
peasants from t live Imrgainlng..IfeftSM IfhR
rzegovina, '
JfOH Wi JPr4BrC9fl1S' 3 hnd : \ '. serfk tol ev ly ItutI: lr': -was 'r =elected president I amount of dancihg, for j Which-a spe.- o ThE i.t QijlQt ESTZ3First:
< wtm '
f \VlthoutldpposttiOn)?' '"- IJ"- I 'rr' "" cial platform vvdfb"und&heil._ Threessary. selec'ttaliqutd laxative of the proper
{ President Alfred
sworn not to shave for three months In ''V'':. j
; N'- Ut'ols not Considered that, the I strength for children.Second: give'tlie'
token of their grief.. ; ';1 > "P. Sloan, Jr., : likely :
)r1 For fttp( dais! Aexonders 1 h'Y" "j !. 's&dr1nVe'V tti r'en- Jfederatlxin' -,will get far-.with .Its laf ;'(nJ; Ir. lWlllia s.1 lie deliberately' Third; :reduce the'dose;:if.: repeated;" ,'
-'sure iN the 'prialace isliiie the people< I(\\V { Hil' Afotor9' cogn1z e 'was j' mountaineers from Virginia and they "
'Jassed"ny''tlie/ bier: 'flieo''it' 'was 're- "collective 'bargaining-! I rselectednfor, ,membership-on, the, board I sang ballads'and; played their country iiHthe'b wclsare; moving without i >

?mbve'd'to''the1 ;'Cathedral(; for I..:.,." f,': ''as a" constructiveste ;:,b.lse hisiconseryatis.ni! 'JIl) ] bea'I, ; foil i ?h.' fiddles ''in a real ''demontratont [ : .)any help: '.all.": : I' <' H".i> i i \\f
n.. ,; r, ". I 'f to toe.comparably t raa cansm, of other "of :''J :> "' ''iV"
f\xrdllJolhn'f r:tbeJ I>II| .American' folk-niusict Alexander ideal ptnpase'is
a'fter-which Vasva
there ; .An. for this
k two ,Q laxatiyc.
A P.
tnirg p'rbc ;ssldn"t 1the''railway"stritloi; >i J 1.Jr .- mpI yees.-it: and v:the ')rnember '1 especIajU.y I Sidney" Hillman ,1:0 .Haas ,turned up wIth;; ja :gypsy, ,ep..Bemble.of .- the-pure'-'California'Syrup'' 'Figs1.' '

From' tliere'th'e''body -.ys' cCOI1\"e 'ed' to I management 'Ilegardlessiofi any pbli* j ,: pqrMffi9"G" ,:4IashalL ,' : .', the types heard,!It the,cafes' ;but be sure flies? TOAV '"<
fTdpolW'53) miles jfiowtheJcapitaV'andthe i gallons that may exist,.wetproppse-qot I-I I o'f Austria and' Hungary o. with acrmbalom'Ifor''accontpahiinent :on; the bottle. "I" : ; :. t"I.: r'1'/ i rt
: : ,
; \ House'corre pri4' '
rlnterredltn family mau'solptrm./} Ij i I only to;'contlauerthe' -;ideal{ but .tp; de.velop T'ens President p The "

: U,;" ... "I.- Rposeyelt ,'sald; .: of : r. .
.ul," ..h/lll'.u.-.b. ( : .IIto ,; I' ? ,r ? .that 'dancing' 'PaurHaakon' wasone 'of I : : : I' :.1 i tf '1+d 11
.,The,plan, which I a' federal housing'p'rogram. .vith a the -gJrokenJi/1 "
:'ItEfeu'p6llcedt'ltug'lraueht"th4tei actually )1 ls already 110 :' ,;, ,_ big hits of theVhite pusemusical

I iL"of. 'the Wmba'rriohs :'tit"l-inteweti; ] ," I.I I..In flujrpnj, gffectrleasdeslgiiedtorneetallre.IH s (section ,7A //would!Tea ;, many tie' submitted ramifications'.!to' :the, undoubtedly next'congYess -*i: I ,0.i" <- : i-i: season.--. ; .last...1 .. .year.. .;]J- ;,!1/ 'First' :: 1Sb!wit t )}' p'ure: Resinol 'Soap.:',".
9 ,9 f.j.t.he.. NafQnal.indys '
Two-piano were also -:
telI1I1 Tsch rno inskzJ who teams
slew-Ares'- t rpppu TKenreheveanci improve sore
I. and also vfpulcf'constitute"an1 1m- I I pimply
ander.and-LouisrBarth6u': I InrMnrseilJes :J riaJ Reco eryact.1 I ;jT/jou/ h .' 'Inciuding1"those 'established" fa1. '"" '1"
; the company tip ,Communication} ,didnoLmentipn p p'6rtant"part[ the Jidmiriistra'tTdri's', 'fii- )I, 'v riteSl'; 'EdwIn l land spots with .
I .Tewe BethanS '
e"avthoritiesrofl t
bait!(! atiozdncountrtgsfpremakn '" 'I' r"
the A. F,. of L. jt,;declared\ )' 4iiie'relic 'policyi; 1 so'tbing'I.. :
Hughes, and. ithe ,, comb .
; s .lq-unraveH- 1 1tllhtt'e11 ; reunited : :R
: p1og4; 'in labor union' I'I 1mh'e1 Presidentexpressed ''appfotal 'of'tiellaf"est i
}that! "membersliiti' ai .
.! a f .oy? .natlp,.jof Maier andPaltis0nThe, ',,
$$, ,1P.a J9Rln! ) qk, +011 I } 'I II j ". d .1 f other type of labor''o'r''eni' losee''Sr' ; !) tindeVtaking1-' th'e' Federal' "rl National & 'I

1' HIf.fqm..H1f1, h Pf1r,ass'ffm .,8f. tI, ose, ,fqPi ganiziion'ilues' 'no't' 'ln''l"fseir i est 'blish' ''Emergency1 ; Reifef.:". :;adminlstratlo'ri' >' Symphony' orchestra" ofl J 'J, J I. :. "'1

.tared;i lafud )rpm' the.i ipv "sti'-!"Q4fons I 'of.11 I: 'the !r'igirtf'qir any sii'ch'i union 'or'othe'K'drga'nlz'atlb'n' ; ''which (Is to develbp' small icommunltiesiofiWomaOO !! Vasuitigton, conducted" "by' 1rsn'sKindler ,, ', "' :

tiigtofce{ otfCr, }nce .and"VayauK'tiebrggff"JTscne (elcrrade .f I to" ceilresent'errforees'( in' ? 00famlliesj The: famL. I': likewise' made l musical hls"tbry"at'"dhe'bf I WE BV 'tINQOLN'MDorthtip "PENNIES fttiilM
was earned) at Iiitiem\ a the1 Fres detttial' pari"tiesSigmund'1Spaeth ,
... en was DOi .' : .
'collecth'e'liargaintng negotiation I lies are taken off the direct relief- rolls'' 1' '
to.1.1.1..1.,1 onIAti tetrortst .I' I -Rep- : In"'McCall's' : D 1f aa to'tz b oaoli't: halal'
named I ''res nta tI ves'for'such purpose must have ;;andunwvediintaismall: ; ]houses, where] <' .I nDto.EWoacpr8ena10 tI onlwyineSa lpi'UQ1'

Killed"twb'"BTfrgariUn'\ : pblitfcafleaders not'eiusk5l'who; \ been specifically chosen by.the "em I .,t.be }? rfl,.intended; to ,lbe.Qome1.selfrSup.on.jcpmmunal.f.ajuis -'! ,,."Magazine f',f. ,. ;" ,.! :.., '". '; .'It".-. ..'.'JI'" .!i'Fdnr'Pbinis i-..' .: .' .: I W LIAWJS J..;J ?,'f12 1-Ari Chicago,,IIU .

t'geibtltl'tyharail' !>Io.>'"He''aild'i' his' k'ss I ployeesthey ;tare to,'represent -and.-tbe :pprZ4ngt ;. prgvided-,- :', ,, fi .,." .,, : '/11'1'' ." "- "':" 1, I : //.11' ... ,. ..,. .JO ." It III ",. .tJ

fact ,of- such) choice, must, be es.tabr Iyth;.?oy rnw.nt:1, ..... i 1 '
dates in the ; ""t
plot : )"IJ:'
were directeaIn'their.niurderQqs illshed.-, / .. : Learn From: ; .:::; ; ;
-jYorb.pyjaimysterious' I | > .- ) ", I (' i ,'JI /, ..I -!, II ." >' : ,. ,. "Dbct i rS 'jy I
? mas.tg Employees must., .be. \ complete! ; ; n ::;
fell ,IIo thelrj) .
winfl i "NJ'ti'\fftLY.PH'i'oIp' t.t } ,
W'; nd.the ; Jl
authorities "
I ,assert I! freedom In setting up coylecttve bargaining i t : "' ,:= ;; :;: :
ItQt man; 'to'nltheass} > \sjns, kn and :I Manila and i Htyp11011'' M swept over 1. ; :::: > : : ( "id
organizations. choostngprgpreseuultiyesthe 'nearby"provipces of the'
wl'Pts |
,;itjed} #RCtlF'tle4ntrnikdr! J the Jl< : \ declared,! I JWllpiine| !! ''sl iak ; I" I : : How 1 tl 'ke: '
company I' { .t at
., Prifperiyll1damagej: j I .SI
Jt!! ra oi15ntLenldistinlcttefrgrist( bands: The managettient May, however, as-t 'inutile1 clly'w'as''estirnated'a&'hi h'as' 'f" 1"1"'j": : ;, ; ; .- : :

1!moves.rho.mere" ,'ignorant| \f\ .:.pnel f pnatlelrel: I Isth any" ..' employee l organization ink) ''t250/f600; ; r and lundoubtedlt''tva. : heavy! '.'' "' tolR'eme' nber ,' !! thus' $ '*aiysoffitrpn'Intd'' '*

IHIM or Iilrmrfv' .1'" 1'//M.; 'Ii. I .(.,n 'i; I! p1ans for' 'emilloyeesl"'miff"foal'"lieiiefit' 'Ufltl'l' countPq- )1"/1/ :,,t, I:' / /' '' .,1 'r'; -iA's colds 'c us Jmore'''loss of'time .the blood..calat bs'accorop1ith this' '

Dr. Ante PavclLc deseribedtast,1ei,, "probtdeil''tfiaf i i tfi' 'the det'ei'minatioii-io'f! .< .,:, .j.jT and than other disease! ,9roughJY.) JIW } flol"rduHU"" t;!.,..

'tt4Sd"leader" of the Croatian tero'ri'sts" I ''tlie'"ii-'rht! 'oP' employee's1' to 'participate; \\Ub\U"l1lJnul'edd' fcoll'''mIners at/ every money one should learn any what,modern h.j Fourth-rtok Aatllglbiipoft q ?

t'Wer" te&genVr' I liVklerniVr1"; ti&: aid,:! 'in the benefits:therenis-no+ tliserlmina-i i 't 1 'eQsli J HungurY ,!iwon a I isensat6nal! medical! pcien.ee.teaches.as..io their; liy.er'the Rowing iHfestffles freely' throuffh an.d..ou,tof j ,
'Wasted It/ thfs teReyihgihe1biliousn'ess"afd'c6ns'tipHtl6n
Tblfn'Italyv'"jtis1;; 'tton- b S'g : I ;|(igbtnforubetter.wages: rIsking' their; proper treatment. Your doctor has
-itslAleYatiderfiva\ ;beln' +b4lrie'd') In- J affiliation with ; any. >abor,.prganizatipn.1r liyeslga! the,.I.QRW the following objectives: I Vhtcn" '
's1h'riaareKva'ternik' 'Theyuimprls.underground I -! ? ''FirstTo'relieVe the! ohgesti h in1 iattend and'Vaggi'avate a! c"ol'dillJA&: "
wa3lkrlomn'tas' ,. : 1' "i"" .ppecthernsel4Qsar w
"" .I' } ; } for! Calotabs .
IIf ': l contain '' .
H'dt"legat "" and ; I" 1 the nose: arid: throat" thus aborting' they pro'*:
!'art flwas., .supposed hate] .' lttaiprl Nrn; t tt .r OJ \: ..j. ,Wp ,'' el f .df f1deiStaft IDIt'l\ .,would., die ..th.erei; .(P tlightertingtheattacl, k andrelievling .mote 1 the flow of nile.
asiUalson\lman'f r (lavelieJ'mahringrcoataetwtthrtheMattseines! -; .? ; : \\lHianisburg I : iYA..It.J,1. tp.ok part; ) ril y uniesstlie' ; e I1lpl,9xer Wouldrttlse5rt1reu .. .the symptoms cnuseci ,by..thacongestionCalpta m' talotabs III't..tJr'hO III tour\ {
: ,. In the ceremonies. i | ,1 'ifnpdttant'"objectifies '
Attendantoij' the''j'n-i
.as-' ? : { pay. whicli, JJad been only sr tl?p unproved of m'edlcaT1' '
!sa$ins 11 :.jt.q I '," 1 ".i 1 ..1'HIJTtWl atiguratlpn (of John. Stewart Bryan 'aV ?,? f =eek. goody sent'own: l'-by their'friends calomel'"ebinpound' 9.Dlets, 'accom-r 'treattrierit f of fc561ds.( '"""|Onef-or| -o':'

poUceii, 1 ltuptedtlipmthrotigh} -I president I of the old! Cojiege'plf'Wll/iaiuI/ rt-as''returned': 'atilt 'iDadY"of' 'ti e'' 'phsh.'this"by" 'a'ttractihg-'the' dx'cess) ', Calotal,3srat.bed-tinierwitlbraglass; ; 'i

out ..EUf911em erpfk ffias5traUed.,as' 'cnd'.MaryI: in return' 'for"'' "-couWesyl' "meh w ei'eilcti' (| ed' 'a'ri'd nearly" ''dead"be- '. blood, to1'tlie'bowelsj"" i .. ; ,S. Pet. 4ilcl,lpllwafiiVa> J.u 9IIy. 1 1suffic

far a5, b.e s illa?eoE Ej.aplesjn .France;. ti1r.i ;' Itodises'elt' \\lasl giceii'the"6ltnrifai'yy 'fSrythe'cdnipanywds'? forced 'by' 'the : i Second-(To help the.kidney'wasr1 'tH/'thirCl'ent",: but! should,be Lre neqte< 1

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which'cause' the chilly sensatipnj ;
n.own.to. .
"fVfr.yus. beIp Italy, .
GoIrGeorbJdf !'
h' turned I I acceptj'i i feverishness 'lch s 'aricrmeaii feeling ; making it; inilderl'ifdeslr'Ad,1[ ,1t'} .,
] there O'nll ,
th4er 1
theoryi fl" IJeery;'iThe1' exercises were cohtucti'red' ', :
II The 1 owners agrecdolto. eliminate. 'a1 '
.Calotabs diuretic1' th'e! '1t'Why risk-itloabtfnl'or' ijrenaedieslf
tilt t1 wo"woith" et'Jr I tether! '" In1' I are m' ke.hife .
Continen th'Jpb'lfc"cFwererL the'teconstructcd"mainr.buildinof IlvagecutJ.-lraise the-working time 11 kidneys, -assisting; them lin-, ridding !! Gobia'fanriljf-jpackaaeiofj'y: -

Maria ill''h'tinttnglfor the college, designed ,ly SinChris from two tp?threp, QaY .,,\M week, poll '1 the.,'Qloo l ofi.th'e..poippflSw., ,. -..J t I Calotabs, containing full 1irectjprs1
blond siren, who topher Wren. to pay a bonus of $3 a man to help Third-To expel the germladenmucus only twenty-five cents; trial'package
Is%supposed to have smuggled Into On the same day took place the for tide over the winter. and toxines from tho bowels. | ten cents, at your dealer's. (Adv.)






.. THE CLEWISTON NEWJs.' Friday, November 2, 1934

1I 11 1-::'

I 1 L Housewife's Idea Box

: Flarn of the Border

H .

I By VINGIE E. ROE/ : "WNU Service

,, } Copyright Doubleday, Doran &Co., Inc. .


CHAPTER XI-Continued these' three, and circle wider, askingall stantly by sending El Diablo's henchmen ; "So,*' hej said., "we meet again,

j others of ,their tribe they met what to destroy the evidence by taking senorita.' "

-14- they knew of sky ships, telling this It a'aherself that evidence. ''So.-It would seem," said. Sonya Oilcloth for. Cushions

:: But h'e furrowed closely at their' heels which they knew. And only these- Well, once again, one could finish Sa\arin. When you buy oilcloth for your

while Marston, Serge, and ,Rodney the humble ones".whom Rodney Blake up but once, and she was no one's A great concourse of people was kitchen or dinette, get a little more

Blake walked about the scantily stored despised=knew anything of SonyaSavarin quitter. If only she might'see Starr gathering swiftly In the '''grove, nil than need.YIth the leftover

I .;front room, lo'ed.lIIlIl, <.>r counters I 1I In and what had become of her Stone again look deep in his blue standing back at a respectful distance.It pieces you you can cover old cushions,

I tipping bins anil hehlnd doors. Thus eyes, renew that soul's covenant which was El} Diablo's habit to have his ,
which will serve useful
many purposes
: entered the storeroom behind I with its CHAPTER XII they had made one starlit dusk. judgments witnessed-for their! moral
will find them
You handyas
k stacks of packing casesmrl'pls,- the But the senora was here with food effect, V
porch cushions, for the beach,
usual jumble of merchandise and its on a tray and she was kind and gentle But nowhere was there a till man .
and in the
for picnics garden.
Changes'Spots ,
containers, which litter such a place. The Leopard with that tenderness we show to with bronze hair and wild blue eyes

I And here the red left P.jrks'-face. It Dawn came slowly to the. deep- those about to go on long and perilous that shone. The girl looked earnestly. THE HOUSEWIFE.
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became \\a\en. like a moon, In fog. walled room where Sonya sat by the journeys. around: and El 1 Diablo smiled. WNU Service

t ', But none of' the three men no- window. Thegirl was weary' from "Eef eet please, the Senorita," shesaid "Not just yet, senorita," hew. said,

ticed It.Serge.: her sleepless igil. There were' 'dark apologetically, "there ees one who "pJ' sent1 .. In all good, tin1e." 0.
under her lines in her
circles eyes
was too violent with sorrow would speak weeth you today. get Manuel rose. and coming around the

S to notice much of anything, and Ilod- young face. ees one whose word ees' the. Inv the table; broug1irf fchair and placed If
But her lips were steady and''cour- -
: ney Blake was cold to his very vitals master." for her.i : '''Souyao'nodded but did not

': for the same reason. Ever since the ageous, her heart the same. Todaywas "I know," said Sonya nodding' her sit down >It:,seemed' to' her that &P

t: sound of lJarl. wss'' running feet had to be big with portent: that she .black head. "I shall be ready, senora. was on trial here, as Indeed she was, Why Doctors Favor

/': hrought him Into th.ejp.itio at home he knew. At what hour?" though with the issue a foregone conclusion -
death -
Perhaps it meant Perhapsshe
1'1 had been like a man in a trance. The "1 do not l.nlw-only ,that when eet and she must take It standing.The .

bottom had' fallen out of life for him.but would never again behold the sun arrive one must be ready." injustice the Insult of it all was, a Liquid LaxativeA
... see ,the stars wheel ,In the
; there was in the emptiness a terrible rise, or "Very well," said Son 'a, and the, making a fire In her soul and she was .

,'-- blackness of suspicion. First of heavens. woman went. away.Deliberately not afraId .
,. had but one time to die,
1,1 the Indians; then of Sonya herself. Well, one she drank the coffee, "I think, sir" she said sharply, sud-
she could .have wished a more
, ", ; He was following Serge and larsi' though ate the spiced omelette, the little denly, "that you will answer to my
gentle end than would likely come to doctor will tell you that the care-
i' ton here and now, would follow them round -bits of some hot sweet bread. people and my country for this abduction do
I: anyone who fell; under El Diablo's displeasure less use of strong laxatives l may
some hours longer. Then he knew And a little later the senora came of m.\self. You cannot hide It
"I And that she was there she more harm than good.
, what he meant to do himself what for her. long."
I knew full well ; also why. Starr Stone Harsh laxatives often drain the
campaign of searching he would begin She walked ,down the long dark passage "So? You thlnlnot'? Well, well,
had risked his life each time he saw system, weaken the bowel muscles
l' and his always thin lips drew Intoa cool with the night's freshness, has El I I Diablo lost his cunning and even affect the liver and kidneys.

fine line., and 'Into the great main room of the HP had changed his speech to Span-
is fast
; As the three men explored among casa. Here there were many men and ish, and for a moment Sonya hesitated Fortunately public
returning to laxatives in liquid form.
1 the disorder of the place the proprietor a few women, who all seemed waitingto / as to whether, or not she should .laxative be
The dose of a liquid can
j kept close to them, and once look at her.hich' they did with show she understood Then, she decided measured. The action can thus' be

, wj en Marston raised the lid of a bin thoroughness, in silence. A hard lot that he probably knew she did regulated to suit individual need. It

of dry beans the muscles of his right they were, for the most part, dark and accepted the issue. forms no habit; you needn't take a

I' hand rose along the hack, exactly asthe people burned by a tropic sun their. "There comes an end to all things, "double dose" a day or two later.

" body of a cat tenses before itH faces reflecting the hazards: of 'the senor" she said. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin gently

;H leaps: Marston dropped the lid, and lives they led. There were men here "Yes to life even," the bandit said helps the average person's bowels
the hand relaxed who had burned rnnd raided' and shot. her. is restoring their
" .'i 1 }_ smoothly, looking at while nature regu-
I"; i "There ,is nothing here," Serge said who thought no more' of .killing it ''To life, even," said Sonya calmly. larity. Why not try it? Some pill or

: ":' in despair. human being than of slaughtering n A little whisper of admiration murmured tablet may be more convenient to

They went to find the sheriff and sheep ; women ,who followed, them and through the silent, crowd. She carry. But there is little "conven-

had out i the things they looted. Their ience" in any cathartic which is
see how many men he sent wore : had courage the young white woman.

in which directions. eyes were hot and cold at the same from beyond the Border. No one had taken so frequently;.you, must carry

And back at the ranch Lila, who had time If one might so describe them ever met the master so word ,for word it with you, wherever you gol!,

I 1. held her tongue, looked in the face of (flaming with all the varied lusts of and eye' for eye. The grim shadow of Its very taste tells you ,Dr. Cald-

I, Msra Little and poured out In a flood lawless folk devoid of mercy or compassion his judgments had always broken well's Syrup.Pepsin is wholesome. A

'ill she knew of Sonya and Starr : down his victims early This girl delightful taste, and delightful action.
". Safe for expectant mothers, and
j 1 Stone. Mjra, who had come, as fast The senora passed before them and stood tall and straight, her hands on for
which stood at children. At all druggists,. ready
as her two good horses. nd a bouncing out at the door open the chair back. in bottles.
buckboard could bring, her when the south, Sonya following close be- "You remember, senorita" El Diablo use

she heard the news from a Navajo run- 4 s Z hind her with her head up. ''Here l In said, "that once I took my lieutenantfrom

ner who had passed her' place. the stone flagged yard sat her' judge. your.arms on a dance floor. That Fount of All Goodness

+ ,.,.:, "My Lord !" she said aghast. "You Ill Capitan Diablo, In a huge chair, should have been a warning. A suf Kindness adds sweetness to everything '

behind a long tahle made of crude Yet did not .
'\ think-that maybe she's gone with ficipnt'a rning" you
and undressed wood set on sections -
,him? IUm off?" slabs heed It."

r "What else?" said Lila miserably. of, ,saplings peeled and weathered "Why should I have heeded It?" said

'She loves him. And Rod Blake has Here too .was Manuel. that Sonya steadily. "Who were you thatI The
slim pilot who had brought her Whitens\ Clears
said: he'll never give her up to any dapper should fear you to such an extent?

S one." across the Border. Manuel, second In( my country men are free-to dance
value in ability, to that Skin Quickest WayNo
in in "
"II'm-yes, maybe you're right. She "You Are Well Schooled, Senorita, power ,with ;whom they choose. *

:,' told me of this man-what kind of He Sneered.. one ,,whom the masterhad brought "You saw that. Quince feared me." dark
home to answer his sins. matter how dull your
eyes he had. Blue eyes, wild an' excitable ";Yes. And knew there must be a complexion no matter how freckled and
her when he overstayed his time Starr The sins of lingering to'o long about ;
-with pupils that spread easily. reason. He is no man's coward. coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola
who must be that husiness of his
Stone who was, that master's doing
(I'se seen their like--once in a preacherwho "Then you should have known the Bleaching Cream will p; ,y ."'"
Number Fifteen Keenthni-how soft bidding less and less eagerly, of that r I whiten,clear and smooth ftY) ': %
never should have been one 'an'In the numeral was In the Spanishwhowas : most heinous crime of all, loving a reason to he gOO(). your skin to new beauty, i?> ,: ::, a
outlaw at Laredo. Strange eyes "I did." 1.
an KI Dia hlo's ablest lieutenant. The good woman. quickest, easiest way. ) ':"
they are. an' strange men who own "And tried'to find that reason out Just apply at bedtime; r -
man whom he could neither spare nor El Diablo hated a good woman. Of and : :
j 'em, an' women can't forget them, I have no doubt?" Nadinola i tested
wholly trust, now, since he had dis- all things on the earth he feared and trusted for over a generation ";' '
ever Maybe you're right, Lila. He'd "Assu red ly, /
What its beau- :
obeyeri him for a woman. hated most a good woman. begins ,J
p take her-an', she'd go-If she loved "And did?" work while f
tifying you
hold him
And those who disobeyed Diablo power this one might ,against >
him.:" shoulders "No, senor, though I tried hard sleep. Then you see day- : & i\""",
Sonja jerked her up, wet what secrets she might know for his ;, "
by-day improvement un- >
"She does," said Lila with conviction "You shield the man. V
her Ips: that were dry as ashes. undoing, he did not know. What til your complexion is ltli'..; : ,

Twice, they said, had the bandit Quince had told her In the softeningurge "No. all you long for; creamy 1\0'.,:, :":, '"
And all among the Bad Lands, In take of love he furiously suspected.Evil "You lie to me, senorita !1" white, satin-smooth, "
.. leader "spread up only to straightened In his chair, lovely. No disappointments, no long
the scattered canyons, along the sagebrush himself lost to all standards of The man .
him down Starr Stone of the *
again. waiting for 'results. :Money-back guar-
table with an Iron
levels, a peculiar thing wag hap banged the heavy
laughing courage who had dared all loyalty double-crosser of double- antee. Get a large box of NadinolaBleaching :

pening. From every crevasse of the things in the old days, whose clever crosses, he trusted no ,one, believed In fist Cream at your favorite toilet
lonely land where she had worked for Invaluable to El Capi- no one. "And so do you flashed Sonya. counter, or by mail, postpaid, only 50c..
brain had been
loved, and befriended them, the Nava- "Carramba i"! swore Diablo. "You NADINOLA, Box 15, Paris, Tenn
tan who was too valuable to kill, yet And now he had the whole thing in "
jos were coming : tall brown men on tell me that?
who knew too much to live If he did his hands, thanks to Quatro : the man
( sorry horses, their long hair bound works "You told me that. In my countrya
not live for him who knew his ways and as none Just Bluff
their heads beneath their wide does not speak so to women.
; on And Sogya Savarin, who knew too other living knew them ; the woman man Eeauty Is but skin deep. So, too,
J. their ruled his little world
brimmed hats, turquoise necklaces who
The man
much also ; who loved Starr Stone and of another world who might wreak his very often, Is an air of wisdom.
'Jf. steel half his
swinging on their breasts with blood and rose,
dusk of ruin If she chose.
had listened to him In the
They met and spoke In soft clipped and That structure of blood and dark face purple with a mounting
moons who had stooped great '
voices parted, and went many ; In that wavering second Sonyn
appointed rage
picked a five-tael can of first-grade raid and contraband which he ha,1
up death than she
their dark the desert'sfloor was nearer
ways, eyes on Savarin y
opium when a bungling hand had built for himself Mazatlan to
scanning the open book of the dropped it New York ,city stood 'toppling In the had even been. D
world around, a moving network of detection Then he sat down again and smiled.
Number Four-the hands of these two-and El Diablo
Parks-Quatro, adder'sgrin
That smile was deadly as an
would not have It.
bland of a store on the cross-
S It was llosteen T'so who traced hers .
blundered He looked at the slim girl before
lIe had ,
shod horse to the town, who knew that I continent "So," he said, "we 'shall proceed.
blunder Inrr.T him, his thick nostrils dilating
his -
she hadsat_ some hours In a dry wash I but he had retrieved I II And Quince did not tell you that I

over to, the east before she went to meet the ships from China at Mazat-
__ ,,J ,, . r-7 -7r
-////-.T.--r '-' /"'/"'/"'/"'/"'/"'/"' - -- -L---L- -L------ Your own druggist it authorized to
town and who followed her step by i-- : "
cheerfully refund your money on the spot
step back along the circling way which I Ii "No, senor."
Shield for British I if you are not relieved bv Creomulsion.
had taken her to that certain spot Christianity Once : "Nor that I bring Into Mexico and

where Sonya Savarin had looked last Exploitation of Persian Oil Property along the Border; merchandise of great WNU-7 43-34

I r upon the desert's familiar face, from i I value?"

'-i the security of her saddle. And there "No, senor."
Two Fingers' stood with Hosteen Nez The history of the acquisition ol I But when be finally discovered what "Nor that that merchandise crosses "INSIDE INFORrMTION"'or

J holding her lost hat. most oil deposits Is no more noble: he had been seeking he had reacheda into the "United States by my little

f' The three men looked at each other than the history of most oil mag ripe old age and had acquired a gray ships of the sky to be sent to CLEANSE Indigestion INTERNALLY or the CONSTIPATION teacupYay..

f ;: no'lded, spoke a few low words. nates. Twenty years before the certain love for Persia He said that New York on the railroad?" Garfield Tea acts promptly, pleasantly,

I, They all saw, too, three long strange war, u Canadian engineer, named William he did not wish the vultures of busi "No senor." MILDLY.Nota allbutcertalnlyeffec-

!, marks in the sand-wheel marks soft Knot D'Arcy, secured authorization ness to descend upon the country and "You are well schooled, senorita," he five In relieving

f' and wide with indentations In, them, from the Shah of Persia to visit proposed destroying his document.Six sneered. "I make bold to complimentyou //-. constipation. At

p t> : > '- a sharply defined mark running! :; between that country. There" he began a determined million pounds were offered for both. You did not know that r ". drug-stores
the substance that It but D'Arcy refuted, and the English S 25c and 10c.
them, beginning a bit before search>r Quince Is-or was-my ablest man In

';. their start, ending a bit before they used to yield a white name In the ancient then set about getting the documentfor both countries? That he knows as FREE SAMPLEWrite

temples and symbolized the god nothing. much of El Diablo as El Diablo knows to:

did.None of the three had ever seen an of tire we learn from the Living Age. D'Arcy sailed for the United States. about himself? That he can do any- Carfield Tea Co.

f ) airplane closer than the high blue sky After years if wandering D'Arcy On the trip he made the acquaintanceof thing connected with-my busIness- Dept. 12

'" 4f: ':+. :J,' above, but they spoke of one now, con had received from the Shah a document a clergyman who persuaded him to from ,seining the sea at low tide foi Brooklyn, N.Y.

:,.,: sidering. And they "took the som- which authorized him, his hand over the document so that ChristIan floats tied to sunken contraband, tt

,,: brero with them Jogging back to their j. friends aids and descendants to missions could penetrate Persia. flying- plane? You did not know, aU b

hogans. register, bore, and extract petroleumfrom But oil men, not missionaries, entered. j r this?

Tomorrow they would meet again Persian soil for 77 years. The "clergyman" was at} English spy, : TO BB CONTINUED.





The Clewiston News outside the law?" .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. plant nasturtiums, put out petunias,' ;IS' YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAlD?
The way was long and winding; alendulaes, strawberries (they're not
the legal by-ways mystifying. And flowers, but the are a most popular
Published every Friday In CLewiston, when Alice finally emerged it was RAMBLINGS. fruit so let's put them in here too) Watches_ Clocks, Jewelry
Florida. by' the CLEWISTON NEWS, into a: Looking-Glass world in whichit And believe we, there will be plentyof Rear or

Inc. appeared that voters who cast .:..:N NON..:N N:N N N:1.:.i 1.:.C********************************** blossoms shining forth a little lat- Clewiston D=ug. Company
wet ballots would get a legally drier er. Oh, yes, they ordered rosebushesby
Keathley Bowden, Editor community than has been found here Fifty bean-pickers (I counted the score and they were on hand Jewelry Repairing i

for many moons. Not that, Alice argued them) attacked the town-site fieldf and in the ground a week ago. The W. H. MERRITT :; 'I

Entered as second class mall mat- to herself, anyone need worry > Charlie ,Miner's Tuesday morning, government is making progress, albeit WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
ter February 1, 1&2T! at the Post unduly about the difference between ind made short work of picking alice rather slow progress, with the CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under legality and reality in Looking-Glass lot of 'very good-looking beans landscaping on the reservation. But
O. Box 521
the Act oLMarch 3, 1897. land, where everything is topsyturvy. 'rom this field. They are the firstin most of the ladies have put out

.. Clewiston to mature, and it is shrubs and flowers up next to the "We Are Here To Stay"I

Subscription rate, $2.00'per year. "And do you mean," she askedone understood that Charlie found "a very houses where they are worst needed

Advertising rates en application. attorney who had'made a special good market for the picking. We and where they will be least disturbed -

study of the subject "that it will be hope so. Those ambitious early so there is not much harm being
Devoted to the advancement and perfectly all right to take: a drinkon worms that get on the job and stay done by the slow pace of the lawn .:":':":":":":":":'.: :":": :":"i.:..:..:..:..:..X..:..:.:::

welfare of Clewiston: and Hendry November 7 (for everyone of there have the fore-;ight to put beansin crew. y:: New
$; and Used |
Couaty. :oUl'ge. expects the repeal amend- on land that is properly drained Roscoe has done his bit by some -;

ments to pass) there would be no and get them in early enough to mature diligent and intelligent pruning on !
;place one could be found legally?" early should reap the profits the parkways along the streets. And :_: FURNITURE ::

Tabloids, says a smart newspaper "Quite true," replied the attorney. therefrom. did you ever notice, that Royal Palm
guy, teaches us that the percentageof "For if the amendments are repeald Charlie incidentally shipped the over on Royal Palm Avenue that hasa I; 1

bowlegged women who shoot the state and county will\ go backto Cirst carlot that has gone out from hole clear through it. They look : |:_i: BELLE GLADE ::
,their husbands is very, very small. the status of December 31, 1018, 3ewiston this season. like cement ,trunks and we have always *

<\ the day before the state went dry. The Garden Club, interested mostly considered them as just aboutas :i:: FURNITURE ::
but | COMPANY |!
The Piccards landed up a tree, And at that time liquor was regu- in flower-gardens and not in vege- solid and substantial as cement,

were very well satisfied. When :ated by the Davis package law. Under able gardens, has made us all flower and here is one flourishing with a ::
just been up in the stratos- sell hollow trunk. It's ;|;; Belle Glade Florida |:
you've it, anyone seeking to liquor minded this time of year. It seems between Lt. Selee's ,
phere, landing on a tree don't mean to the county commission is the time to and Lt. Mills'' homes watch for I .t.
must apply hat this exactly right so ::
Next Door To :
I.:i: Theatre
much. with a petition signed by a ma- it, If you haven't noticed it. I ; :!:

jority of the voters, white and black, Here is a true story that didn't run {.. .. ..
XX"XXX X-XX"X"X.. ...
entire collec- I. X"XESTIMATES .
Someone swiped the in his precinct, publish the same, I then it may not." afoul of us news-hounds in time to

tion of prize fish pictures, from the and then present it at the second After Alice got back to the office, i make the front page, but it's true. I

Fort Pierce chamber of commerce. commission meeting' after the publi- she tried to forget her troubles by Several weeks ago Charlie Proctor

He'll have some good Florida fish cation. You can see that this process ;-eading in the New York papers of inspector on some of the work con- .tee

yarns to tell back home, anyway.It : would take several weeks at least." the return of Gertrude Stein, whose nected with the Welatka, went out II FURNISHED-ON

"Well," continued Alice philoso- writings are more perplexing than at night on the job, rather careless- REQUEST,
is rumored that the King of phically, "it's a good many weeks he laws of the state' of Florida. like, w'ithout the usual flashlight. I I
Siam, whose eyesight is impaired, C. E. STEBEL 4
before the actual winter season. 13y She found that Miss Stein's most Walking along the narrow edge of
may abdicate the throne. The head then, the clubs and restaurants profound contribution had been the the levee he stepped on a snake, pre-

that wears the crown certainly needsto ought to be all ready." luery, "Suppose no one asked a sumably a moccasin, which coiled a- Electrical Contracting .

lreep'both eyes open these days. "Oh, but they won't be able to question; what would be the an- round his boot. Failing in an effortto PHONE 2121

sell under the law," interrupted the swer?" kick it off Proctor reached down
We can't figure out how the pub- i attorney. "You 'see, under the Davis And Alice wondered again if per- with his hands to fight himself free, PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

licity attending the Dionne quin- package law the only way liquor haps she hadn't been foolish to and succeeded in loosening thesnake's
do with it. Agent for
tuplets had anything to :san be sold is in a sealed packageof bring the question of November grasp and flinging it from

but there's been a regular avalancheof not less than a half pint, and it 6 at all.up For in her dealings with him, but in so doing he lost his bal- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS -

notices in the exchanges about cannot be consumed on the premises lie inhabitants of Wonderland she ance and landed feet first in the toe .
births of twins, triplets and evens where it is bought.. In my opinion, had generally found that they would ditch. ,The toe-ditch is filled by the APPLIANCESBBBflBBBBBBBflflflBflBBflBBBBBBB

quadruplets. a bar-room, as a place where liquors -ucceed anyway in being as wet or dredge with slush that requires' days

are sold to be drunk at the place of dry as they wished.A to settle down into a hard material.So .
from motor
Free publicity manu-
sale, will be unlawful even after Proctor landed up to his waist in
facturers comes addressed "Auto November 6. This definition has that.mire, in the dark alone and withno
Editor", there's also stuff to "wo- been well settled by the courts of NEW UOARD help near. He realized his danger H HB

mans page editor," "sports editor", the land." and shouted till he was unable 'to JACK'S FAMOUS BH
"news editor" and the same person BH
"But there'll be no law about An announcement from the gov- shout longer, meanwhile settling N
throws it all into the same waste' drinking liquor you bought in one ernor's office in Tallahassee this down deeper and deeper until he had Chop Suey Dinners pq jj
basket which by the way is usually
place at some other place, will week is to the effect that he has appointed only head and shoulders above the
about full of such stuff. Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 pD
a new of membersto Later another man going out
there? asked Alice. "I mean, that group a
you ought to be" able to put the the Everglades Drainage board. on the job was attracted by a whistle n Qd
Miami, please take notice. Those bottle on top of the table insteadof The board has jurisdiction over the and a feeble call for help and he I SPECIAL IIIIOILED! STEAk :

thousands of American Legion visi- under it if you want to." Everglades drainage operations and summoned two other men to help him p Dinners Thursdny Night :
tors drove 'over our roads to reach in time to .
"I suppose so," said the attorney assesses and collects taxes for oper- rescue the exhausted in- l ----- I(
your fair city to spend hundreds of thoughtfully. "But look here, Alice, ating costs. In the past few monthsthe spector. Proctor was on the job again ''a Wataiiabe Hotel. .

thousands of dollars with your res- I don't know why you should be so affairs of the' board have been in next ,day, but we have an idea it will : :
taurants'; hotels and business houses. be before Mrs. F'. I Ma\ucll *
much interested in this business. i more or less confused state and a long, long time he leaves a Proji.
So don't grumble when the state the the his flash-light at home again. 'U
You won't be able to buy anythingto with 'appointment of new
has to use a' little of your gas tax Hallowe'en was a great success flBflflBBflflBflfiflflBflflBflflBBBflflflBFOR
drink at all. members by the governor it is hop- : ,as
money to build and repair those ed that the board's affairs will be far as we can tell. The, P.-T. A's. cap-
"Why not? Not that she had' an-
: same roads up here. straightened out and some effective italized on the occasion to the tune of
Ucipated any such purchases, but r tfJ.1 .
make' work done in a harmonious manner. one hundred dollars, which certainly ,--
discrimination always did her
W. D. Manley generally blamed mad. .. The new group is composed of would look good in any body's treas- ENGRAVEDChristmas

for the failure of the string ,of "De, he following men: Walter R. Hooker ury. The day had its fun as well as
posits Insured" banks 7 years ago "Under-the Davis law, no one can Belle Glade; H. L. Lyons, Pom- the night. Mrs. Poole makes such a Cards and
sell to women, minors or known
has been released from jail, with pano; James Franklin, Brighton; J. realistic gypsy fortune-teller that I
two years off for "extra good be- drunkards. E. Beardsley, Clewiston; J. B. Jeff- there are those who couldn't recognize Personal StationerySEE

havior." That reminds us thatlots, And.at that Alice bristled like the eries of Miami. her .as their long-time neighbor.She .

of prisoners get time off for "good Mad Hatter, for it was humiliatingto That thee governor used good played the part "to the manner

behavior". Since there is a large be bracketed in such company. judgment in appointing this partic- born."

percentage of crimes committed by She changed the subject: "How ular group of men is proven by' the We have a new preacher and anew Evelyn :tareRepresenting

"paroled, pardoned and released much will it cost a man or a firmto act that he secured men who are golf pro and they are both from

prisoners authorities should consider handle liquor under repeal?" she ompetent, capable and upright in Columbus Ohio, both arrived here

the moral: if you've got 'em asked, recalling stories of the priceof their dealings with the taxpayers. and both assumed charge of their

where they behave themselves, keep bootlegging. Mr. JefferiEs, the member from Miami respective duties on November first. WALLACE BROWN, NEW YORK

'em there. "Until the legislature meets next has had many years of experience We hope you'll find time to make

April, when the Davis law may be along the same line for whichhe their acquaintance at an early date,

rescinded and new laws made, the was recently appointed. He is at and can both play a lot of ,golf and
WHAT WILL REPEAL MEAN? :state tax will be that of "December present chairman of the South Flor- do a lot 'of church-going.

31, 1918, or $1,000 for the state and ida Conservancy District: and his ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:'."
Just where the liquor will be after county and at least $250 for a mu- work as such has proven profitable
; :;:
the November 6th election (legally nicipality. A city or town may increase and successful.J. NOTICE OF' MASTER'S SALE :k: EVERGLADES II

f speaking, ,of course) has been a that latter .amount, but can't E. Beardsley, of Clewiston, is :I!: FUNERAL' ::

matter of much query lately. Prac- lower it. Also, no liquor can be soldon a real dirt farmer and knows the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :|: *,%

tically of course, it will be where it Sunday or election days or from needs and wants of the farmers in the undersigned Special Master in I ?
has been for years meaning where- 6 o'clock in the evening to 7 next the Everglades. He has lived in the Chancery by virtue of the final decree :;: HOME: / .>

ever it is wanted. The status of pro- morning." heart of the Everglades for a periodof of foreclosure entered in that :
t **
hibition has been accepted by the And Alice was speechless for a tw.enty years. His addition as certain cause pending in the Circuit ::=: Licensed Funeral Directors +
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
populance as prohibiting the selling moment, thinking of Palm Beach member of the board will assure
a Florida for in :: and Embalmers :
Hendry County, ; ::
and drinking of liquor and the sta- where no one ever did anything be- the farmers of equal and fair repre- Chancery, wherein The Clewiston y .

tus of repeal, in the'minds of the fore o'clock in the evening, and -entation on the board. At present, Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, ::: Ambulance Service .;. 'i. _

same populace, means that there never got up at 7. he :with Attorney Jas. Couse, of and Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A. y t y

will be no legal objection' to buying "Well," she said finally, as she :Moore Haven, are co-receivers for Nelson, his wife are defendants, ::: CLEWISTON, PHONE 328 :X i:
or selling liquor. prepared to resume her journey, "I the Clewiston Drainage district and will, on Monday, November' 5, 1934, x t

Actually, however there seems to suppose if anyone insists on drink- the Diston Island Drainage district. between the hours of eleven o'clock, .;. PAHOIEE, PHONE 2301 :V.t
be a good deal of legal formality to ing legally, he'll have to' stick to His experience as to the needs of A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., at the ..!
be gone through with before liquor beer." the district' and what will profit front door of the County Court .:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
House in LaBelle, Florida, offer for
will be sold or drunk legally even But the attorney had another ace most for all concerned will be avail-
to the
sale and sell at public outcry,
if' and when the repeal amendmentis up his sleeve. "Oh, but I'm of the able and profitable to the other best and highest bidder for cash,
adopted by the voters of the state opinion," he remarked, "that tech- members of the board. the following described real propertyin -

next Tuesday. nically speaking you won't be ableto 'Valter-It. Hooker, of Belle Glade, Hendry County Florida, to wit: You Wreck 'Em
: An interesting discussion of the buy legal beer over a counter- is another member of the board in Lot Twenty-four (24), in

legal entanglement involved in the only in bottles to take away. You whom the farmers in this section Block Three Hundred Sixty Sev- We Fix 'Em
following by a woman writer for the see, in the proposed state amendment may put dependance and a man
en ((367) ; Lot Thirty-one (31) ,
Post-Times in Palm Beach: it says: 'All laws relating to whom they may trust with their interests -
Block Three Hundred Fifty PAINTING BODY AND
Like little Alice in the story of intoxicating liquors, wines and beer, in securing for them the
old, the Eight (358)) ; Lot Twenty-one FENDER WORK
reporter wandered this week which were in effect pn December very best results from the board.
through the mystic mazes of a Wonderland 31* 1918, unless changed by the leg- Mr. Hooker has lived in the Belle (21)) in Block Three Hundred TOPS SEAT COVERSU1'IOLSTERY

which is supposed to open islature, by laws expressly made, lade community for 10 years or Seventy-seven (377) ; and Lot

up on November 6. effective concurrently with the more and is one of the largest farm- Five (5) in Block Two Hundred Done by An Expert

mark"Please, sir," she paused to re amendment, shall as so changed, ers in that vicinity. His experiencewith 'Three (203) in the City of Courteous Service
to some of the lawyers sheencountered become effective with this article drainage projects in the past Clewiston as per the plat of the .
along The way, "would and shall so remain until thereafter wil) become profitable to him and General Plan of Clewiston as recorded Work Guaranteed.
you kindly explain exactly what will changed by the legislature.' these he serves on the board. in Plat Book 2, pages 7 Prices Reasonable.

happen if on November 6, voters, "It is interesting to speculateupon James Franklin of Brighton and to 14 inclusive,
,wipe out the state and county dry to satisfy said decree and all costs.
whether not
or our present H. L. Lyons of Pompano are men PIONEERService
laws? Could ;you tell me just when beer laws were repealed by this lan- of high standing in the communities ALLEN CLEMENTS,
the Average Citizen Master in Chancery.
might be able guage. It might be construed that :and will, we feel sure, do all in their Special Station
get his & SAWYER1st
first legal drink EVANS, MERSHON
? And inasmuch as the beer authorizedand power to make the acts of the board
will he be able to dangle National Bank Bldg. BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 v'
his feet now sold is defined as non-in- profitable and more stable In the '
from the :stool of Miami Florida, Wrcdcer :>
a ,pretty bar Sen-Ice All Hours'rAGE
across toxicating, that It might not be Included future than they have been In the Solicitors for ,Plaintiff
tlie 1a1\wlthnHt\ t Kwtug tUftt Us ta In hQ' t1bQY! language but --
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NOVEMBER :1034 '

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Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and daughter, SIRS. BESTOR ENTERTAINS :Miss Evelyn Hare, Mrs. C. E. Nail
:..:N:N:N:N:N:N N:ww:N:N:N:M: N:..:N N N:N:N:N:N:.;1 Mrs W. A. Davis was taken quiteill ,
y Tuesday night and has entered a Fay Lou, and Mrs. Mitchell's brother GARDEN CLUDI MEMBERS and Mrs. Roy Alston Invited for

\ *: Personal Mention :_: Belle' Glade hospital for treatment.J. Charles Farnum, visited in West I tea were Miss Mary Moore, Mrs. J.:_
i Palm Beach yesterday. Mr. Farnum W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. W. Sparks, Mrs.
x :Members and visitors of the Clew-
............................... left from there for Fort Missoula, R. C. Nowling, Mrs. H. C. Kolsteadand
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:---: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : G. Alhands of Peoria, Illinois iston Garden Club were entertainedat
Montana, where he is stationed with Mrs. F. R. Maxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kranz visit- and Fred L. Williamson of Clay the October meeting of the group
the U. S. Army. He has been visitingMr.
ed friends in Moore Haven Sunday. Center, Kansas, visited briefly in and Mrs. Mitchell for several by Mrs. H. A. Bestor' Thursday af- MRS. PAFFOHD llOSTESS
Clewiston yesterday en route to Fort t rnoon.
J- Mrs. W. C. Hooker was shopping Myers. Mrs. E. L. 'Stewart, president, 'occupied -I

: .,,' in Fort Myers Saturday.Mrs. the chair during the business weekly bridge club was en-
: Mrs. Martha S. Ludeke who has meeting. The chief discussion cen-I tertained by Mrs. I. M. Pafford' at

; K. S. McMullen was a visitorin been living in West Palm Beach, has DANCE tered on hopes of the Club of constructing -. her attractive home on the govern

West Palm Beach Saturday. arrived in Clewiston to make her another tennis court on ment reservation Monday afternoon.

home with her daughter Mrs. G. B. The Hallowe'en dance, sponsored the school grounds. Various ways I Mrs. W. F. Simpson was a guestof
and of the and
: r Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill were Rackstraw.Mrs. by the Parent-Teachers Association means money the club, playing in the place of

I visitors in Moore Haven Sunday. I at the Clewiston Inn Wednesday methods: of construction were I I Mrs.: G. B. Thomas_ who joined the
brcught to tho a'teVion of those.
[, players for tea. At the conclusionof
night attracted throngs of
Lillian Harben, Mrs. S. C. present. No definite action was taken -
play, Mis. H. R. Hall was awarded
dancers from Clewiston and neigh-
z Miss Julia Wilder and mother of Stalls and children and Mrs. Con- as the members wished to have
Nall-- boring towns, and netted an even prize for high score, an attractive
; Pahokee, spent Sunday in Clewiston nally and daughter of Moore .lore detailed plans before making
bit of Mrs. C. W.
Haven visitors in Clewiston hundred dollars for the Association lingerie, McDonald
on business. were their decision.
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. treasury.The holder of low score, received a vase
Inn's spacious dining room Those present at Thursday's meet- and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was presenteda

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer of Mi- I was gaily decorated with Hallowe'en ing were Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. wastebasket as cut prize.

ami is spending a few days in Clew- and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mr. colors, and the floor was crowdedat W. C. Owen Mrs., R. Y. Patterson. Other players were Mrs. D. G. Al-
I K. Bowden Mrs. Orin Mis. F. D. Duff Mrs. J. F. McLure
iston. and Mrs. and ,
an early hour by those who en- ston, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. G. C.
Carlton were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. joyed the splendid music, provided jr., Mrs. G. C.- Poole, Mis. I. D. Poole, and :Mrs. Pafford. Delicious

I Irs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. M. Couse in Moore Haven at aHallowe'en by Harry Meyers orchestra from Leydig, Mis. Leah Spicer, Mrs. G. B. toasted wafers, coffee and cake

Keathley Bowden were business visitors party Tuesday evening.Mr. Rackstiaw, Mrs. C. W. McDonald
West Palm Beach. )- were served by the hostess.
Beach Mrs. E. W. F. I.
in West Palm Saturday.Mrs. Costuming was not required buta Digges and Airs
and Mrs. Joe Masters, of Columbus large percentage of the dancers Hill.
Fulmer of Uradalia 9
Ohio, arrived in Clewiston were masked. F. A. McKenzie, as a FOR SALE-Used breakfast set, table

eorgia is'visiting Mr. and Mrs. Judson Wednesday to hake their home. Mr. Spanish gentleman, received first I RECENT BRIDE IS 2 chairs, 2 benches, book

:' Fulmer. Masters is the new golf professionalat prize: for men's costume, and Mrs. SURPRISE GIVEN'I I shelf, 13.50.-Fred Henriksen. It.:

the Clewiston Golf and Country Eugene McKenzie, as a dainty Jap-
Glen V. Scott made a business visIt -
club. anese, was presented a box of candyfor
Jacksonville the latter part'of ladies Mr. McKenzie Mrs. A. W. Sias, who before her
I l prize. received -
the week. Paf- marriage last month, was Miss Lou FOR SALE-3-Room Frame House
Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. 1. -M. a novelty "big, bad wolf". '
ise Waldron, was honored with a near Post Office. $125.00. See F.
ford, Mrs. F. M. Wright and Mrs Mahatma Gandhi" was among
\ Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Mrs. G. R. Y. Patterson spent .,Tuesday in those present in the early hours, but I surprise miscellaneous! shower Monday -I A. .McKenzie. at Clewiston Inn. It.

t r D'. Rackstraw were in West Palm Fort Myers where they attended a I disappeared long before the judging afternoon at -the home of Mrs.A. .

Beach shopping Saturday. district Congress of ParentTeachergroups. of costumes. W. Lawrence, where Mrs. Law-I

rence, Miss Bonceil Stone and Mrs.
The auctioning of several gifts IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
II Charles Davis of Lake City arrived Urey Waldron entertained.The .
from merchants of the town helped
I yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. Mrs. Hubert Land and Miss Marcia I swell the receipts of the dance, guests were invited for bridge

I George Terrell, at the Barracks. Avant drove 'to West Palm Beach which was one of the most success- and several progressions:: were en-

Monday for their mother, Mrs. H. ful benefits of several years. joyed. Mrs.; W. P. Vaughn, Jr., held J'X I.t (GOUSE -
Mrs. Grace, Cahill returned Monday C. Avant who returned after two witha -@
Mrs. W. C. Owens was chairmanof high score and was presented _
: from a two weeks' visit at her weeks in the West Palm Beach hos-
Mrs. T. B.
the committee sponsoring the lovely sandwich plate. Counselor and Attorney at Law
I. home in Columbus, Ohio. pital. dance. Shelley: received the consolation Honkins _Buildine_n_. '_
prize of core pads and pencils. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M W. Bigg and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Latham, jr., Gayle McFadden made the lucky cut Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mrs. L. N. Holdsworth were visitorsin HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT' I 9:30 to 4:00
Mr. and Mrs. Latham andE. and was awarded a green potteryvase.

Fort Myers Sunday.Mrs. H. Latham, sr., spent Sunday in MITCHELL HOME: WEDNESDAY Mrs. Gratton George held high

Palm Beach. E. H. Latham, jr., left I score at the table playing five hun-

Gayle McFadden was among from there for a business trip to Julia Ann and Nora Oglesby and' dred, and was presented a set of HHSHBHBBBBBBBBaBBBBHBBBHBBDEEP
the Clewiston visitors in West Palm Tallahassee.
Beach Saturday.Mr. Fay Lou Mitchell entertained with t ta fingertip towels. ROCK WATER
Mrs. Sias ,
After the bridge games
Friends of Mrs H. J. Oglesby regret Hallowe'en. party at the home of '

and Mrs. '\\'. C.: Hooker were to learn that she is quite ill in Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell Wednesday I)was given a string which she was instructed Five Gallons, 25c
follow through the
business visitors in Fort Myers: Tues the West Palm Beach hospital. Mr. to I I
day. Oglesby visited her yesterday and evening. Hallowe'en decorations'and house. After .a merry and dilligenttrip i Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays: and

T reports that she is showing some im- costumes, were in evidence, and through all th8'rooms under- Fridajs. Leave order at B & B store.
the those neath beds, chairs and other entanglements Your business appreciated.
L. C. Sturgess returned Friday provement.Mr. games were appropriateto

froni' a vacation trip ,to Colorado the holiday. M. E. VonMach help- the end of the string G. P. BarrowBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBH

and interesting points in the west. and Mrs. H. C. Jones of Jack- ed in directing the games and Althea was found attached to the buffet

-- sonville, formerly of Clewiston, are Ford and Florine Moore assisted in drawer ,in which had been placed a >

F. M. Wright and W. 'C. Owen parents of a nine pound baby girl, serving refreshments. multitude of -gifts for the bride. After -

I made a business trip to West Palm born Monday, October '29th. Friends Weiner roasts, Bobbing for apples the gifts were opened and dis-

I Beach yesterday. of the couple here have received an- and other outdoor activities, were played' the hostesses served delic-

\ nouncements.Mr. .. enjoyed by Dan Carlisle, Billy Davis, ious butterscotch pie, cream cheese The New

r Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Russell and I Herbie and Millie Bourne, Ed, Sue and coffee.

t, ;.r daughter visited friends in LaBelle and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and and Corrinne VonMach, Francis and The bridge guests included !.II'.>. CLEWISTON WOOD

r t..:... Sunday. !son, Kim, returned Sunday from a Nancy Wright, Dick Owen, Dick Pat- Vaughn, Mrs. Shelley, Mrs McFad \

." visit with Mrs. Kolstad's mother, terson, Owen and Elizabeth Winn, den, :Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs.' El- YARD -

Captain and Mrs. F. D. Duff were Mrs. Glen Sears, in Shellman, Geor- Charles Hemphill, Margie Allen, sie Cothern, Mrs., Haivey' Guthrie,

visitors in West Palm Beach Wed- gia, and with other friends and relatives Alice Cowart, Renee Wethington, Mrs. Zerney Meredith, Mrs. W. C. Phone 336
I ,
nesday. in Georgia.Mr. Gloria Freedlund, Grace. Ward and Hooker, Mrs. Glen E. Etherton Mrs.: i

1 I Mrs, Leslie Miller,
\ ;--- Billy Redelsheimer. Richard Knight, I

Mrs. Hal Frierson of Moore Havenwa's and Mrs. Elmer Kranz and I I ..::
',' in Clewistcm on business Wed- Clifford Kranz left Monday eveningby -- --- -

nesday.Mr. motor for Missouri and Illinois. -

They were called by the sudden :_

and Mrs. L. E. Merriam of death of a daughter of Mr. Kranz ::] 1FORSALE > n.i.

: Panama City were recent guests of in Genesea, Illinois. .i .z. ".
Mrs. Merriam's sister, Miss ,Wilma 'z

,I Douglas.Mr. M. P. Peterson spent the week-end :_: ::: Attractive Clewiston Home; Small Cash Payment Hy

in Jacksonville, Mrs. Peterson who : YY

and Mrs. H. Dowerel of California spent two weeks there receiving.!: vY iAjj

who are wintering in Florida hospital treatment returned with ;: .t. .Y.

were recent visitors in Clewis- him, and has resumed her position :'. y.. .t.Y

ton. at the Clewiston Motor company. I vx
"-< : y
1:1 1:1Mrs. xi
Mr., and Mrs. Frank Ruddick of B. E. Herring returned Sun- :; y ?! Yi. :z:

I Ridgewood, N. J., who are spendingthis day from a trip to Pennsylvania,. :!i. 't' v
winter in St. Petersburg, visit- Delaware. Her mother and grand- .: y .y'
ed in Clewiston over the week-end. mother, Mrs. A. D. Hunt and Mrs.J. I jf ..
jr .i ia .
D. Baigrie returned with her to .L' ..

II Mrs. Charles Christian and daughter West Palm Beach where they are I 't'.z.|! I;.t:

! spent the week-end at their home spending the winter. !. .t. v t
.- : here. Mrs. Christian is teaching this 1 ::.. 't' .:.. :t:
't' ,
+ $ .z' ..
I : term at Punta Blanca. "Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias entei- ",!. ':0 '*. .t.
G\ :. .t. ...
tained with a dinner party Friday :,'. .t. .'. .z.Z.
yr .
.,z. '
Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Willie V., evening.. The guests were Mr. and ,t. .i .t. :
June, J. D., and Elbert Hooker and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence,' Miss Bonceil .,!io 'z't
,'. .
Munzelle Stone spent Sunday at the Stone and Foy Durrance. The day :.z. 'z'.t.. :'t'z:

beach at Palm Beach. was Miss Stone's birthday and after ..!. 't'.z.. .z.
-' .. .
dinner she was the recipient of gifts :.::. 't. .;. .t.

Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. C. F. Train- in honor of the occa:.,!::>n. :. ::: Xy!

i or, Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs. A. A. : : *: -4 :
: Munroe and Mrs. H. R. Hall are Friends of Richard VonMach, bro- : } .c 4EMYhffIi I Xy.z t
I'r:,- spending today in Miami shopping. ther of M. E. VonMach, will be interested ., ... I 'z'xx y
> to learn of his recent marriage y

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd have to Miss Josephine Devine of .y.
, I moved from the Golf Club house and Detroit. Mi. VonMach spent nearlya .''. '_.t'.t.. t

I are residing with Mr. and Mrs. Foster year here in the employ of the .. .. .
.'. ... ?
t Meredith. United States Sugar corporation.
I '
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I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and A group of youngsters who entertained ..j..i.. ? tqyp.i. ..t.. ';t'

I ;! daughter, Jackie, returned Sunday themselves with a weiner I ..z.. 'z'... Y yy
I from a week's visit with relatives roast and marshmallow toast on a i _

,'I' In.Pahokee. downtown lot Hallowe'en: night_ .inciuaed -I 'i 'i' Y yo

F P' jo j:, Martha Nell Alston, Cobble I The Balance Like Rent :;: :;:
,';: Mrs. Thos. Dotterer Charleston, I Spicer, Margaret VonMach, Ernest :;: :;: Pay : :t:
t : South Carolina, returned to her Oliver, Joan and Dick Clark and + + .j..i.
home Saturday after visiting her son Peggy Gallant. ::: :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;:

. !'.: and daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. :;: := YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: fa
John B. Dotterer. Among the out-of-town visitors

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darsay and I who e'en attended dance at the the P.TA Inn were, Hallow-C. S. Clewiston Home Building Association Ii

.. daughter, Charlie Ann, have return- Presley, Parker Wilson, Mr. and

; J r..,ed from Miami where they have -:ls- Mrs. C. C. Klutts, Mr. and Mrs. B. :
,- -'t' '.':Jted and attended the American, Le- it. Gantt and Mrs. \Yfndell:; Rq1] rts -:- S; ,

2:(... 61Qn convention:, \ ( lit vjoU<) of Moore Haven > 9 L. -!"" <: r "":,=._i-'_:! ,__.}>.:.._::__ .._. __ ,_ ,! .__ __, 1ftn
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I FEATHERHEADS Parental Education I






Hearing that stable-lad was wantedat TROUBLE'j

a certain racing establishment one
of the boys of the village went to apply ; .
for the job. Outside the stables )-
he met a Jockey, who had the how legs
peculiar to his profession. The Jockey
asked him his business. < 4'f'7IdIbLr
"I've come to see the boss about a noo

Job," replied the applicant. ( \
"Right!" said"the jockey. "Just I 7 F stJ

A-alk this way."
The lad gazed: In consternation at

the other's legs."I .
might lime known. there was a
catch in it." he gulped. "I can't." r
? N00WE WHY SHE'S ?POW AT / rol tl,


t- CAN'T <5BT i IN/) MEETlM' OH I

}r, \ THE HOUSE/ nr \ l ///1-Y-

\ 1/ );i! / : .

i iA2 ,/

\ i\ t =- 4

$ ti -

going to get some money soon.*' I dtdiz? 2005 L : "
"Who's telling you?"
"A fortune,teller." This is such a )beautifully fitting :

"I'd rather have: that sort of .Information f\- slip that the sizes in It have been .
from a paying teller." \ run up to fifty. But .don't think you
have to be a large woman to like it: -
O western Nnflpaper Union /1IRAYMIMBER '
Cautious RealtorAn It Is lovely on a slender figure. It"

emigrant was preparing to leave Is simplicity itself to make 'and the

his native land to try his luck abroad. seams follow such pretty lines they.
An acquaintance Inquired casually, actually become decoration.. In

"What are ;you going to do when you FINNEY OF THE FORCE .. Open Sesame your fall wardrobe don't forget to
arrive at your destination?" include some new slips. Summer always -
"Oh take land." works havoc in one's lingerieand
"Much?" up /Ol'LL NAVE T'fcEST VEZ (5JRRlTH j jI no self-respecting frock is goingto '
Only a shovelful at a time." Tit. 300LRY '- look as it should worn over an
Bits Magazine. { FOUND 1M YER POOM-WHUT (EZ SAY \ DID old mis-shapen foundation. .

HQ FEZ T'SAY r-E>Z CAN BE' USED \ TAKE THEM Pattern 2003"Is available] in sizes
35 '40 .2:! 44 48 and 50.
What She Enjoyed Most YERSELF 2 -'- J 34, 38, 40. .
AcslM Yez. Size CO takes 2'/2 yards :9-inch fab-
"So ;you took :jour wife to the. bas '
tall game." ric. Illustrated step-by-step>}) sewing.
". I Instructions Included.
"Yep. .
Send FU'TErl'E TS (lac) In
"Did she enjoy It? irr.
coins (coins preferred) for
or stamps
"Only part of It. She thought;this
deal runnil this pattern. Write plainly name
wasted a great of time **
address and 1 number. HK SURE
around the lot but she thought the af- o. style
gumeuts with the umpire were quito
Address orders to Sewing Circle
Pattern Department, West Seven-. "

Not a Bad Idea teenth street, New York City. :

"When you are going on a Journej.

why do you always, get to the statljTJ i GEOGRAPHY LESSON '.
an hour before the train starts11' M
"So that I have time to go hon "
I "Are ;you Hungary? asked the
again if 1 think of anything I have for \ 0WELLYoU waiter. .' .
gotten."-Chicago Tribune.
\ "Yes, Siam," replied the :customer.
AN' HOW PIP W seE- So-\ oLICNT "Then I'll Ilussia to the table, and

Forbearance Ceased Ysz: GlT TH1 \ \ BOUGHT THE ME.SELFBXTRA A Fiji Turkey." ,
"Hive you" a political boss In Crirf: Soot BOX OPIU?. 1 BOX FER THe KAY "Not necessary," ,retorted :the. cus '.
son Gulch? Java
WNca tomer. "Just Sweden my ;
"Not now," answered Cactus Jof. TH1 Box wuz 7 MISSUS AND Denmark my bill; I'm in a Wales l ofa
"We had one, but he got-tired of belnj- LOCKED AM'TH' \ \V\D\ SHE SAID hurry."

+a; blamed for everything that wend LOCK OKAYSHOULP) I BUY
: '
wrong. sOMETHI( CS- FER P, Trapped ,I .
Visitor-Tell the head of the housea
a Naturally! MESELFm friend has called to see him.

First Vacationist-This place give Maid-Ypu must be at the wrong'

me a pain. house; the bill collector. lives'here.-
Second.Vacationist-Why, what's eat J Chelsea.Record.. : ; ..
? .
: Ing you? :1' '

First Vacationist osquitoes.Off Hi Fault

Youth-You remind me of' a. magazine -
and On '

Sir Wlncl.'lot-Is' Merlin to be employed = Em A1 Girl cover.Friend .(reproachfully-) .-

regularly around here? That's because you see me only
King' Arthur-No, he's just going if once a month. ,I'
help, me by spells. i ti -
Western NewspapertJofaa

No MistakeIt IN A HUDDUE "It's hardly likely," mused the Judge.
"I I Il "A with two wives would neverget
'\ was late at night; the taxi had man
: _____ chance."
to % just pulled up by the curb and McPherson -
got out and began fumbling in his
pocket. Discount for Cash

At last he handed the driver a coin. Junior-Say, mother, how much am 1
"I have known gents what gives a I worth?
bit over," grumbled the taxi driver. Mother-Why, you're worth a million > t
"Aye," said McPherson. "That's whyI to me, dear. t
asked ye to stop under a lamp." Junior Well, then, could you ad-
r M 1 /
"Say, took at my head after taking vance me a quarter?

all that hair' tonic. I'm completelj BONE CRACKER
"Well, you don't need hair; you'vg! l :
Traffic Snail,
nothing to protect" Cop-Hey there Mr.
this Is the third time I have warned

;you about obstructing ?.\ffic, get a
Not if You
Like Hard Work tr
r Q move on.
Policeman-How did you come to get
+ .
that Jar of honey
Tramp-Well, I admit I don't keep Debtors and Creditors
no bees; but what's to stop a fellow "I can't bear Jones.*
from squeezing It out of the flowers "Nor can L'.'
himself? "How much do you owe ';.1m?"

Courage and Backbone "1 hear that you're a celebrated Punishment EnoughThe .
Freddie-A woman needs a lot of fighter. 1 presume that you are in the accused had Just been convictedof : \
courage to wear a modern evening army." bigamy, and the judge asked: "Have Her lIotherou say Bob treats you .
gown. "What I Mix with ragged, unclean you. anything to say?" cruelly. What has he done,
'Teddy-Yes, and most women show revolutionists I would not 'so degrade "No. not a word," was the sullen Young Wife-The bruto keeps bare
they have a backbone. myself. I fight the bull." reply. fish hooks In his pockets




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nui: :: 1C1IIO'i: ;YFt1Ir'E
I THE'1 L'E'VISTONtNEWS. Friday, November 2, 1934 t'i'

-.. ,-, ,_ u.._ ____ ..0' -, ,-..._"-,--.,_ .- --.-, -- .-- '.. .,, _.
I tiiL'\ f--I I" .1 IJUIr 1 .>, ' r I ITiirkey -- :r IAtfractiveEneiis
1. :yp ; : : )10;
,., : .: I the FIathead-district-eaixfejfon-th.:
."" ': Deci 4 toRazeIt No Human; Sees Falli -g body of Joe in little :
e.s, \ ,| a clearing:? f IAbsorb'
: "
: ; : : : \"I'\/ _,.1 I oJ' 0 I Salmon park cUeihad"'lfaHew victim
.J : 'I ( :i/. -! j I L off Giant Sequoia : FOR
:. : : '' ,' .. I poisoned fbait' left tor''COy'otes.,;:.
: !
.7 .! ,- ; : :: ; : : IY f$ I .tt ;-:: The ''third larga: .;';Se
,:)) ? .' ; \. ... ,: 1..8.1tanhu it. Gin1: Bazaar: t J1Orl : fQfall 'in: the// Mariposa : EmbroideryStamped
{ )' :: .. ', : ,. ... ;
.. JI'...: dl..1 ': ):rl' i ;.' I ,- -jl". ., ,.. :. .I' .t.. :, -o\j qj.; emlte jNatiqnal ;'park. Mercollzed W
ii'-t': ( I-G .j'1( > !::: :- I' ; .I
.' J.j ov.er''flrie' hie tr'ifei.' .recently-): crashed\ 'to !jearth(' : _
Where the East J'b6'tafnedr.lah< oriental ,cir- on Pure'Lincri
.. :;-' MeetsBuys :pt supx1t'f ed: ; g0 i t tr9tment IJnw Uj Setl.. by/ U-Jian! !eyes./T\y/ n:.,' I" in '
HXi <>/antfrGossips: ;' > ;ro. "-1 :,,tP' i 1 tjiqpi'.?. { ")1 .11ntj, ,-|u, ...appeara'nce ty i'ne.andha'l feet in.jlihmeter.aii'ftls -tt Matched"Dahlia I
l 1:" ) Ii / |rrrr !
< '
; -i.OT/ I 10 :i, t- 'j HHI: N : .. ., [ !haspsdofect; high! and esti'niat'eU ,- ?
,, ; 3W
I r.T; ;(bn 1 : r; .il' ,
,. !n.VUhfngton-'t'tiH; d'., In' iHS's :eady' J'Bftzanr:, ;shops.themaelvesnare; .small "t9 J be 1,SiX). c>ars : old, thefeh1tna -- Dcsign\ \ t, $$'
r (" > 'I" \ to" ',1 >,1 i leaif' ahincl : :
f :rt14ii1.d. rnodcrnz'ton;! : I con Wi; recesses, ;seldom more than12, 'feet fr ( -' _eapedisiength Or
.11'Hi1'g'p\' COI tai&'Llle uthb'lI' M&aarR ( fA\1dep'set.'rm.tthcfdark' .tunnels. I on the4rounLwI hb.kittri1ingasIngle ;: Y *

( 'J1 1f6-1 bldW!! QrJ i1g)p 4w y;, > pJlpatslpji \ !' : '. .K : ii.'i'.I! : ,- ,,' : ohstacle"' .:ias". --1t 38inchScarf'No. 27
.. .. ,. CIoseat.\l P9 n. I celL] i i- : -.- .: : r:, -.i.iI : : < .
I.JtO; l' 1ilfif9nlel! ; tft.ti \i panijpi.,1 i itl <::: :'t 1: II I ::1 i iAhLhou1i

-:-ni''The.E) ) ) )jaaarsjvu1c1) be, : fribhrs '... -_. '- .. .'. Keeps'' 5kin Yo
f -
"' ,. -1 i. .;j |pn't.-i]. -I : : : No.28J nq
; -di;; dJtS dlm t .on ,oitfillings IHoJiS, eontyfaIrsflndOr4' ; } } ; t : of them po if Jsotil-wjtii-- i :;"- which, to' underline [i Buffet Set Mercolizcd blemishes: daily:and' us discolorationa directed. Invisible rising

-r"f nc'ralrug' ;s'tores;'' says'the; :NatlonalXJeo0 close .at ,..slpl O;'YIh ,( (he.419r5 J of, the their- while Jnen'j' with : 1 No. 30. particles- of aged. Skin'arc freed arid all
shop fastened with wodbarsr eyes:... \ henna-dyed/ defects such as blackhcacls> tan,, freckles and
areshiqaqd Set
i : I sra'phiefsocioty. -:-;>'In fnbtj '[these things,; beards buy '"cuf seals which they use! 'i : Vanity large; pores disappear, Skin is then beautifully
,- 'to! .tlhU"Wthers"tllhf' I"Ain' 'ich: its at- ,[Tn ;, (. .Lqeitd| :;(by ..man .a'n jil P1ck I in of signatures and peaches By GRANDMOTHER CLARK clear'Velvety' and BO soft-face looks
Ji'n'd place ; ,.. '. years younger.,fklcrcolized AVax brings out
i { .
silent.pndvendorsot "
:irN, "n stf ei'e':',il (''i -\f IhJIl) i1"i ijpn In''recent I ',awpqlt4efih1cysJrp. ( jbjaclv! which l>v !re.;Introduced( :;-...fromP5rsfaf:!, !.'t \Tlvjs: s'tot 1-s5 quits temptation; for your hidden beauty.all leading druggists.Poitid&red1 .

"- 'T ) l h 'tU1=I L\' i\eiiW1i&Ws th ; es1 "t Ut.n::: !: one t ?pe whence.'itKe:; botanical name1' hm'ygdaliisjt \ \\ om n'w-ho; ivahts to add beauty i- Saxoiite i
" JJI'kni} bf ['tllk fir a'st: '11sk1t d,'fhrbugh' :iof goosJsu! $ ally-diplay .their-merelip- bazaars | Reduces wrinklas and other agc-signa. Sim I
The of
persica. Kabul Afghanistan to her home surroundings at little} I ply dissolve ono-ovinco.Saiolito ia Saltpint'I I
; ;;IJ w ; dise !These-:
adjacenshops cellilikevshops'arcr
'hJ1'O'li, 'ITJIHie. ( Orenta1; In ( tiny lire lhed1highwith brighted, 1,:cost. The: material1iiTpttre [ witch hazel and use daily1'as faca1tion.there |
"- 1111 'clWtrtJd1: lr'11' and
:; rll; ,' factories-'asi! ''well '
rr [ las
t le e.. dim. no s rethe greeiii6r: 'blue'"vests,' heavy -with' gold : 'i hll three"'' lserul'nfti 2
are1 ; Use
: .:. es. ,
fj ,
I F :J :J ur '; ,: 'J: : I stores 'AvUiereiarticIes'ard'i: : i :finished ,
fl 1 :)vcstprn \ s rfqc fI.lIPS.; (1epartr1entJII brhici, ,shich; { ate sorn 'by Afghan dari- ) -8 : 4\\ strand threadVorl t1ethohI ,

.iI". .:'s b-t1 '' i efllftJ: :':! 'f dail\.J.' I) .. .;:;.pap.ers,' ,SVhiltf"'Diaracteris'tic5"'th"e cu'stdmef/iwaits!"of; ;; 'In' !I' : lies ;' aj d'the; filigree< 'silver]: braceletsi;, ]:" Qr .f p ,:. : of green'!; ; fQr"90QJ ig esiion, i

-- w1cl .Into... iflC.V 'I. tlieco'iinfry r are je3Vfn: | s, and:amuets beloved, b fyeil 'iLiio"iem.vpmen : Ike :o.oweJ'$1 eth- 'ill: s eral shades .
; b.ali.E\ .i '-" ''' / ) : r : ,
t 'tmi}{?;, l'lrl::;., JrJ fjh are held annuL -, I 1 l1e'g\ od .sbicl' iH flstb zuI rs Di4ils ,. ? ,, _' ,.' ;jl ii I.of_ 'one"f color l \or-rsgyeral.colors- 'that place- :of is nothil"/g.thl1 own; .can take the
L: n1L3'hdiiirftts, of the kind thatjare'- (' *; tfb&e' $ n,, eh h u ion offpotgrqflte your
famous bazaars ]
; ili "Long ; .: O. '7 -' blen\Vil ,-thhffes, !! aoimnd bOfd ,- se i : == ::heJtl..ln. ?llYell spaceSV la1arOecipyprplanent. ,- -red ; irocSo, : Jb'p 1 kbifadiin&s Baghdad ;? aud pf. more recent fnm i. ". Jnin-dark.brDwn.orbJac.k.qrr'he entre| ls'rducufo'laclc! of' tone 'in the

t' ..d:: ..structurre:
I AI 'tfhe'in [ labyrInth of b:1tall's qe !?: '. : i jb.pys ,sew."yari-col- key; \yherc' Russian'e'xiles'sold the ast outline and lazy daisy stitches.l I l//! strength. S.S.S.the; : great,iscientif-

': any large city of the East ..coyers ored cioth t Into pafcnwbrk"] decoratif of Itheir jewels' for: food. '" :o. {I Wrifevonr: m 'ed goods depa'ft-: -" ically-testednmedjcine'is specially

: i acres. In some places sucjh: as for \ih'ner'' :walls -of? tents. Signs let- !i'I importa'rit'n'otrqriljj designed i - f many I r el t teVe'd': 'Irf'" criih'esfe1"characters' flapping .-:;. : (azaars'are' : : as .m'eht{_,h 1.6in'f Mittance if I jy'ou thi respect.; .It aids lit stlmuI
: : 'I; Fez..' }Iai-rtl1cl 11.and! ....!K1shgarj t hee : 'place .of\cotamerce'; but. as'place'sforscjpial'.lnte'rcp.urse. [ ._jyant''JtatV6rli: someof these pieces)' lat flow' natural 'stomach-
f'1 s1 i outside of "Sucliow'And Peiping bazaars ... the.: ; ,:
the broiling
ustomrazther- '
rC? nroteste.c tttllnit
: : : ? dc igrVphe nu'mbJ'eY l 5oc; for two ''or' -secreti s'.. .'and'
; noonday sun by latticed roofs{ of :advertise; iottr ",! pet I birds:>:in'.' ages. ehipt.t4ke, recess bom"; shopping': en ,. by Vuildhig' 'tip
__ : ; .? : > ..)5c'ir fQc?; lf'tli .ee : -;. ': "| deficient fed 'corpusc1es,-with their
r. -I J'J reed or }rush. Other bazaar sttjeets, jointed .blrilboo'ndrbgbns. 'Candyand! jpyrteajor coffee on..the carpet: in.frprir. ., ,'('rt.j-jAddressrpIlpm.ej..Graft_ :: -cEn: o.Iept.ANineteenth hemo-glo-bin, it restores.to, amore

: ,'; such as jlttogef jjfr I;: i ijlro! Istanbul l; ?Teh- dates are the chief''articles'Of''sale'' "'' '. in ,pf.-.af: shop Gossip. is exchanged; among *fc St. Louis Ave.Lh ;, normal functioning jthe, Accretions

'? :: ran and 5e'rusalent. are roofed. j over Masqat, Arab l.l | rr 1 'I/'j' I"JI' 1 ). !'-- the1 wayfarers pressing ,around the ;Avar,; '-: st >L6iiis-Mop: -, .feiTcoO! ;: -'j>! ., of thestomachdigestive juices...

I. : : with domes of brick or mud. 'i "In I'ersia;' women-"shrouded In*'b|aek arrier.witl1-Jhi.s; 'distended goatskin : .-' '"Enclose''s'ta'njpea"aSdressed BO necessary-for good 'digestlon.Thia
1 en- '
j.: : rI .rflnbbltJWa .1 chadars. (robes. ) purchase tiny., silver. bag." double valueo'f'S.'SS.uisimportant.: : :
: ; :t n G e rren. [ -- :. :H ::- -_, _. ,__ ,__, .. 0 ._ '_0'_ ,_ _...'_"' """"velope for "reply" -,-.-.when.. .- writing,.-- -- '; forIfOtttion By all means try S.S.S. for bet-:
,. : 'wr' :>!"';ter. health!; imd more""happiness." : Its
!I : "Of this latter type Is the (Irancl bazaar J !' '
i ; : Y.J' n Ba1t'S! ( tI $l' () 7' : :

1"i;': at Istanbul built by SuItanJBayexid :H', P tn- ,, iaihn's. :-. .' .-J : Giant King 'of Grizzlies ; lative ., and enduring. Unless your
: 11; II, w.hlch= covers square riinel'6fi' :J11.:" I 'c. : :" : ',', : : .' :\ : I Dies an Inglorious.Death case is exceptional' you should soonejoygainthethtisractkn'ofapie.

1ts 'ioi- r. ,: :
: :: ground. }! ext resembles ,a. fortress :-: : ; '1 > TI .
I': j ; its Interior, a rabbit warrenwith'.: :! -- -, ...-; ,- .' cJ Joe, )kingof the'' grjziu' of i tHe,( tizing food'' arid good digestion'...
.. :, --- Flathead rIver 'country, 'recently 1,200 noisy narrow streets under one ;
4 inglorious death. This aiiiinal i jTIiis is {Why many: ,say_,5.5.S.
- T Ii arched roof. In more than 4.000
'. Ii! :l i : :* brass and :Icopnfirware ? / 4 f ::1r J ) 'W lghlrig {.almost' 1,000'pouridsV> : you, be blinded likeyoursefagain.by the efforts of*
: had been monarch of this -f rJ '
I l! Persian; "shawls. embroideries, 4" / I regio )] dealers who inay sug
I soft oriental Si-UKS.- 1 'years and'' native guides had al 'dYs'iboasted' iDono: .You have a right to
sparkling .jewels : ,
t qqJkj that S.S.S.be supplied you oo
: ; heady perfumes, fllrs.... ewing machinesi, 4 ', As' I'c ,. that>Jo'e was the largest livilag j .Its long years of preferene
1':::1 and ego};' btriY11 bJ3 grizzly that' roarh d theVwbodss!: :' _: gUarantee;41:satisfaction.

;. "The narrow bazaar alleys of''i Mas' He was'boss of his tlomain-andI( senti) ,.iheWorld'sgtfeat !
.f than 4I :other -;grizzlIes! and black; bears cnr8' '
Arabia like tunnels '
qat are more ; ---4 -4
rying.to .cover it.they, challenged his, bipodmedicine
1 streets. Jerusalem's bazaar Is 'a 'maze fl -
: I 11 right-to rule. Recently Jn J 0,
of Iong-thiiughfares, vth.he'dwith rangers* :
r1 _
::! ,- ( ___ -! : < -< .. .. '
: :: ancient masonr '. Tehran's ba

-- : zaar has more than 25 miles bfj; I low .. -

; I lark winding passageways that {jope'n i .' '. : .
J .
; ,
I" occasionally into:;:, large caravanserais, I ; ONLY' 1"5' NOWJ:
7 .
courtjilrcisf'where ,.
i or camel car tans (1 .1 :

. f ;'; are unloaded., and reloaded from k ods' ::1'1:" . "'

. I I:' stj5rjjd3ni pr'ro3n"dtngl wairehouses.j i ;:i. S FOR ,r:QUICK-ACTING '; t

"The streets of some eastern baj : ; !
'! zaarsaronar pw LiixXt SL came1'aik" -;- i"i' :
- t :t - ; r',: : "
f : ingHhrough 'tbem,''l den"'with.uldles. T [ ;..:I '. : BAY'E.'R A'SP RIN' J. .:I

. almost grazes the walls on both sides.( II :. ;
_-c The jinricksha-cluttered streets In! the .
-t@.... ] "
f. lazaarso.f..Su.chpWy China,, !; orig'inally' [ BoXESoF1: ] ,.
--i- IL.: ) ; werjg ; : ,. ,
"' built 'S feet wide, but even [thls -- -'c-- ,
. : I
-width'has'beenreducedasonemerwCj -- 4 : i-+

ir.:;:""" ,> Dfl&t.1l;,n 2Pt ,,,1 ,tbJ.1Jl'! r. 9:9ij, :
farther and farthor out into passage-

ways. rocKflsoFl2NowS
1:4 '
"The mud or cobbled streets of most -- ,
bazaars are far frqhucKealn. Although: I I
.- ;; .
I a few have been modernized, J etima-j ..... ., '-, .'-'-. ,' : I 1
H jority still have gutters running'wn I ; )

the center. Passing pedestrians, camels Bruno Uichard llauptmunn ((center indicted for. extortion in connection : .' .. ; I'" '; :

Jj and panniered donkeys trample pli with his possession some of the $50,000' Lindbergh 'ransom'' money, photo; : r"'

raw| carnal i)JhWes sreidFout, ob, > Jhe liJdf'iriBrqnjcyCoiinty; / court when- he pleaded. !not. 'g ilty'.J. 'to. 'ithe charge: !'J : OW-PaY.Less, anatt1ERAspfrmn:, ,
''' -- "
rough paving stones of the street to Bail ,,-as'set : '' 1' : j : .
at $100,000. -
So'o the and'quick'action
i .,-.,...._.,-,. :; : r.' put reliability So-Aw'aysSay" "Bayer9WhenYouBuy

Modern TrentU&i iTbVs 'fieans "for the' kindergarten ;youngsiers.: Toys', ,: ,'' \ the of Genuine reach 'of Bayer everyone Aspirin1vithin ; the7: : : "..
I. I J : it
, to Realistn I this ''eary'fIJ ,tiave 'more educational' ; "' priceyou pay has ri reduced.These newlow'prices'make unnecessary -
than Reduced so low that nobody need : now to'accept'' unknown
. features .ever. smaj(,jdqrnb'-bells} .
aspirin tablets-to .
t : I 11., ; ever again accept another brand in, save-money. -
I have, just enough wgbt .,-to. give: the
Advance Information FromSnta'suWorkshop ; lpcjped.es tSPi qrp! following the trend muscle] he place! of real BAYER ASPIRIN So-see!i that you >get the neal
youngster)good (building as;
-: to S ireamllnes.llffl, addition to all tliose'fmnrovpmentfij save.a few cents., Bayer.article now,by neverasking
[ t swings them. < i : ,
, 3 .the| new s'cbot.ens I. for, it by ,the.name"aspirin" alone
, iiJ '--H-: F-: 17 it 1:1 wagons I
: :
- 'I PhU".", ffel II hla-'fh.: : !.II am1ined 1;.. J F""slates_ P:111\: -.t; (. an otlverj l toy" vehicles will :have Several'gh6ut new. brieT'ofttlie''m'6'st adult games are bemg.br ,, ,.I .-, 15c now for tins of 12 tablets., "I ,' :' when ,you",buy;. .butt ,always say

pneumatic tires. i if' popular'' 25c:now lor bottles of.24 tab1et, ,B-AYER: Aspirin., and see, that
- with roller and tall w'hlch '
Po a spare a lIght- The toymakers have done big things' ,is.expecte.d, ,to .be"Mot9poy,1in, ,I i ;, 'you, get it. , .. ,
i that Is what Santa Claus Is going toE I. __ It., ", I 'J ,f !.ITr-t( .fQurteenmaypy."S9Fiy}'; an., And.. :the, big family size, 100'' Remember, scientists", rate.it;
- It Drln; .jI3.1Y ool IdddifS; thls1ChrIst-:, English game : "Igp.from.-Japanand; 1] ,tablet bottles again reduced! '
: :
known reliefs for
. maE.I!... tr .,' .! d l -.F r'. t u "-p 'i 'I- t> S !Ri TjBUCKEYE !"Harlem'areother games onthe inar-, : ariipng? :' '
PASSER V I : These new low prices'are now in' headaches* ancf the pains of rheu-
I Toys, according to a preview the 2- ket. Backgammon is due for la: comebaclr. effect throughout the'United Statei i1 dtisni .neuiitis ,and' n(eiir lgia.
United Tress had at Santa's. workshlp .. jf I' .. (
: r : : I
, tg\ i at theorth'Iole. ,, \}. I? mOredura, : i & i : : ,
. fi hie. I : "' 1 d ; ALWAYS SAY, ,"BAYER: :AS IRIN" NOW WHEN YOU ,.BUY i

", tt Toy .automo lles will ha ye.,,st.ream. c- Singing French Songs '" -. .. __ I
lined effects, "pants" over rthe jvheeis 1 -p, : cii I' : :1-: :; .Is. :'Called Language Aid. : :',', I 's 'tJ.rii CAROLINA ." ,
and really be miniature? mo'delofthe t .
a i ,
1 Springfield Mo.-: '; Singing -French Suffered ''I ; ';" Ero\frh 'Abruzzl Rye1''from' pedigreed 'seed.
real l thing.Little" : : Jl.GO busheL E% for cash with or*
-- ii son gs- Is an'exceHeht"meth'od <>f learnIng deV.'H.B.: &:OLiN 1.otJ.. SafleyS.31ONUMEN1'5,1AttrititIve O.
, sister's dolls will not be so :; I the1'language' i Lambert'(; Ortoh, ,pro- .1 Very' 'Mu'ch ,. ; ,. ; II .! ;.I" I. ,, :.
large, but will havt fe&iyiiuhlap;ljair .
'fessor' or mo'dern ) in1
t. ; languages J Drury ,.. I J
: flirting eyes and smooth'fleshcolored college here believes. lie :'" ; with Tette'r' Orices; frea cata
has ob : :
:, : ; \
bodies. Some will eat #hjI! [ {.! ; 1'r: I ', I. .. log. UNITED 'STATES SIARBLECKANITE -
dfiriK. Hef-' I[ i iI :tal permlsslon to'introduce this In-- .. !. 11, CO.,hI1GI-' )NECO: FLORIDA;
d't '
r., I stove will be electric ar tflerviIl'be ripVatlon to"his"' classes] ihif' 1'1: ;I1'1 r'r:;;{! : .. -

f a oven.separate switch for the c..* *fcojisc.in. 1 '. At the1'! j 1 :Simple:? jFrehchT""fpl! :.songs'iylli: 'bsung 'e i>I 1" '. -Healed" :by'Ciiticura ,.1,":"' Wi 'tiro: J) ecn'i4i.: i'eacli: Plapi, Grape,

" '. by .beginning_ students ..and' adyance&students saUumaiYJtanpes.i:'toses1,1
tuuc-oll.- 'ca-nielllas.
1 1 J. I
L' Bicycles, -scooters "g. ha.nd, ', ef will have I ''I azajeas, Write!_,IViBht,f'mjerleB; ,;CiiirI, ),.GB.
f i J P L ( cEkr some : ,"1 suffered, ,.with,fetter,on my head I :

r operas Professor Ortori-says; ''" .which :would!! ,Itch. .and ..burn.; My

t Man Weighs 6'E&i.th' 1s ( 1" i The--plan' has1'been'' triM'uf'during': ':':'scalp became rough: ,and. red ,and I
-f : the last'two }'e rs' arid has been1 found :,- scratched ,for two' .weeks: ', 'suffered YOUNG"MEN-YO', WOMEN
Has to I W'b'e |an' aid .in' "learning ; ,i' ; YOUR SUCCESS and carnlnJ', abll1t7.wlU
I 3l:jdeiby freight; correct pro* very 'much. I _could not sieei} aqd, I i depona upon some special vocational; training..
Buenos Aires.ArgVntinti" claims the nunciation{ according to 'the'Instructor. could barely' lay my head on a, ,soft MOLER SYSTEM

I world's fattest man. lIe ig' edfo..Carfi' b' Moreover it helps students I learn- .' pillow." My"hair cime' 'out. ] '

- dozo a butcher, weighing' "CIS' pounds! I : French Spelling, and,. best of all. It'is. I- "I ''tried several remedies b'u t' got and BEAUTY BAIJ1JKKINO CULTURE for young training men will for mean girls

- I [Ie arrived here from Rosapio flfter t ij -,'." a lot..of fun,. .tl e undergraduates'say..professor "no"relief! 'Then I \vrote for' a/ jfrceSample7 MAyS steady W cmplovment J lUUlyoU moro.and Jiflanclal about' thli Indepoodopce.training I

f1. I traveling In a baggage car becaiise/ne : '" \ "X fl.': ':i':; 1"J ,0rtpn.: recently; .'returned of Cu'ficura Sdajr 'and' Ointj.. I .. yfrilefvrwFREE' ookjaM0LERSYsTEM:431 M.-.tPtW'

t'" l could not enter the coaches. He Is x- i. : from Parisviiere. ; he Spent .tfyft 4ummeri -. .:- menti; I DU'ght more arid afterusing 'P .,Atlanta.Cae.LhAds

L thirty years old 5 feet G Inches tall, ; < ii', ;: studying] linguistics ,and..p.; usIF.in ,1 three boxes of Cuticura !Oltitinent.I ,

rr'-: with a waist line of 7 feet 10 inches, the Sorbonne. I' t ,. !"" i vWh the 'Cuticura:' Sdap the tetter I I I 'I

t r: 'I"a f< 'g rlrfr {fi'oot i1q! n c1i S ':';nl ;dthig $ --tf'." 1= I was( gone -II was' ''healed.'!' '(Signed) Beli

.j :' W'otjlP 'fet1 f p Inbc j r'I t'J l :: ii, ird4J.. .' Coffee From Whisky Still i ,II"1 'iMlss: Ada Tatum, R. 1, Box: 1lG, 'La.! .

r \.:..,_ wa: >; !fnineteerij "liei! :weighedonlyMM ": T 'i J ,. .r. Klamath Falls, 01'e-Translent 'lIlnl; 'H iKue<-Texas. I n.! -, ; .'. 'II '.1ISO : Inducements
l' : They Ypu'Sgecial
U Offer
r -.Pit.; ,. lpou'nbsi'!' but he-liad' tb!'quit tile n iiicrn;- quarterback, to. Junior the.. Federal camp here recelveL their' !is: P.2jQ.; Ointment .25c and. pOa.... :, ? -

_,\ 4 I working at twenty-five because he bad I one of the stars of Ohio's .I' re..nt daily, coffee from a :20-gallon:! still. jThfe .,.,.Talcum 25c. Sold EYer 'wl1erc-.'. One; ;," i, ""I.I' '. O-Sometimes Jnthe

; reached his present weight and could team of last year, and one of thcl Big sheriff's office turned; the-still, over :to Cample.each, free. -.Address. :,!',lOuth, I i matter,,of saipplcs}vhiC:9..when.: prqven

,-i not stand on' his feet more than a few I I Ten's ablest passers: Is in thefOhlo the camp after it was captured (a a.1!<; .fiura, Labqratories,. Dept. It-Maiden,) worthy',froM the merchandise can be purch'ased' -
-- dll lu ll: at-n-ttm'e:'. .... ..... u 1_ '.....1[ llIe11trtbts } l'rt'! -' raid. l\Inss.-Adv. 'our'community'm rchanu.:




-..-:.-.:.-..-:..-:..-:.-.:..-:.-.:-..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..=: 1 NOTICE OF ::MASTER'S SALE Great hand nnd Seal of affixed the Stateof the

? y IIIIII! Florida at Tallahassee -
'' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Capital this the
:i: TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY j the undersigned Special Master in (SEAL) 1931.first day of August A. D.

y Chancery, by virtue of the final device R. A. GRAY,
:: I =:
:? Secretary of State.
of foreclosure entered in that
: flflTfliDA
:: To Hon. H. L. DeLaney Sheriff Ilendry
Certain cause pending in the Circuit LaBelle. Fla. .
::: w :;_: Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit I No.County.39-Sept. 7-14-21-28 Oct. 512192GNov.
.i of Florida, for Hendry County, in 1 j 2.NOTICE. ?:
BY .z, Chancery, wherein The Clewiston -

i:: .' RUSSELL KAY j: Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, \ OF ELECTION TO DECIDE
and Hendry Investment; Company, WHETHER THE SALE OP INTOXICATING -
ct al, are defendants will, on Mdn-j\\1 LIQUORS WINES OR

..::...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'................................'.:..' day, December 3, 1934>, between the BEEn SHALL BE PROHIBITED, IN
hours of eleven o'clock, A. M., and : HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
I don't know how the rest of you 'wo o'clock, P. M., at the front door

folks feel after listenin' to all this of the County Court House in La- I Pursuant to resolution providingfor

ravin' and carryin' on over the pro- Belle, Florida, offer for sale and I and calling an election .to decide

posed homestead amendment, but sell at public outcry, to the best and whether the sale of intoxicating liquors -

for my part, I'm about ready for an highest bidder for cash, the following t I I wines or beer shall be prohibited

aspirin tablet to clear my head so described real property in Hendry : in Hendry County; Florida, notice -
serious thmkjn' County Florida, to wit: I is hereby 'given that such elec-
I can do a little sane,
: now and the time I have Lot No. 23, Block No. 150, of tion will be held on November 6th
between booth and the City Clewiston as described 1934, in Hendry County, Florida, for
to walk into the ballot the of deciding whether the
in the "General Plan of purpose
.. spe'ak my little piece one way or oth- $I.OODinzaerfor4 Clewiston," more or less, dated sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or

er. June 1st, 1925, prepared by beer shall be prohibited in said coun-
About all I've learned from listen- John Nolen, City Planner, Cambridge ty. The time and place of voting
of one-fourth diced
inexpensive can peas cup
I can serve an
in' to the speakers and readin' the jMass., under by the same as for the General
YOU and also have a heart celery and one-fourth cup chopped, survey Election
both sides is that so Then Elliot & Harman Engineering to be held on said date.
comments on you will carry out the sug- grated or ground carrots.
r and so is a this and that; and this I gestions in the following menu, for combine the peas, celery and raw Company, Memphis, Tenn., Pe- WILLIAM T. HULL,

and that is a so and so. Therefore, I your family will heartily enjoy carrots, and moisten with three oria, 111., and Washington, D. I (SEAL) Clerk Board of County

whichever way I vote, I'm a poor the baked stuffed calves' hearts tablespoons mayonnaise.: Season C., which said premises are a Commissioners. 'Hendry
owl. 'and other dishes it contains. with salt and pepper and serve oa part of a tract consisting of the I County, Florida.
simple 'I Here is the menu for four with firm lettuce leaves. East half of Sections 8 and 17 .
off next'
With the election approximate prices, which make I Dessert, Apples: Bring one cup and all of Sections 9, 10, 15

,. Tuesday I figured about the most the dinner cost only one dollar. brown sugar and one cup waterto and 16, Twp. 43 S., R. 34 E., ............................................................................................
intelligent thing to do was to take boiling. Peel and core two apples to satisfy said.decree and all costs. ..

,myself over in a corner and read the I Fruit Cocktail 15# and cut them into eighths. I
Joint Resolution I'm supposed to i Baked Stuffed Calves Add to syrup and cook gently un H.. A. RIDER, \I
til tender but pieces still whole. Special Master in \
Hearts 35
had sufficient i
vote on and see if a
Mashed Turnips 10$ Remove apple sections and add Chancery. (Good FarmLand
.. knowledge of the English language the hot slowly to the con
: Bread and Butter 86 syrup EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
to understand what the question Carrot, Pea and Celery Salad, 17$ tents of a 6-ounce can of evaporated 1st Rational Bank Bldg. ;

.. really was Dessert Apples 10$ Coffee 5 So I did just that, and here is the butter, and cook one minute.' Cool, \Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. \

whole question with 'all the fog, Carrot, Pea and Celery Salad: flavor with a few drops of maple 46-Nov. 2-9-16-23-30.
hooey and camouflage left out: Chill the contents of an 8-onnco flavoring, and pour over apples.

for Rent

'_ Proposed Constitutional Amendment v -

Joint Resolution Number Two. theme of the party. I II NOTICE OP ELECTIONTo

-- Mrs. G. C, Poole, as a gypsy for- I
the Sheriff of Ilendry" County, of
', Proposing to amend Article X of tune-teller, hejped entertain the lit-, the State of Florida:

1,' the constitution relating to Home tle folks, who also enjoyed games, //a// r Be it Known That I, R. A. Gray
/ .
; Secretary of State of the State of
;stead and Exemption, by adding bobbing for apples and other festivi l : ida, do hereby give notice that Flor-I, I
'thereto an additional section to be ties. /!. memorable event was the pa- a oUf GENEDAL ELECTIONwill
be held in Hendry County Stateof
known as Section 7, providing that rade and visit to the school build- Florida on Tuesday next succeedingthe Trespassers
there shall be exempted from all ta- ing. '* first Monday in November. A. D. I
1934, the said Tuesday being the
ation other than special assessments Mrs. Wright and her yistant, t [; SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBERFor Will Be

for benefits', to every head of a famIly Mrs. Albert Hill presented each j United States Senator.

'" who is a citizen of and resides in child with several favors and noise- I For at Representative large. in Congress i State. ProsecutedClewiston

the state of Florida, the Homesteadas making devices. Adult callers included For Representative of the First Congressional -

defined in article X of the Con- Mrs. E.: L. Stewart: Mrs. Mitchell .8. District of the State of
Florida in the Seventy-fourth Con-
;, stitution of the State Qf Florida, up and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. vtir gress of the United States. I
to' the valuation of Five Thousand Children enjoying the fun were For Two Justices of the Supreme Courtof
the State of Florida :
Dollars, provided however) that the Richard Simpson, Anthony'and Billy : = -r For Two Railroad Commissioners of the I
title to said homestead may be vest- Toulis, Kay Bowden Bobby Nebiker,' State of Florida.,

i led in such head of the family or his Joan Crouch, Elanor Percy Donald For Senatorial State Senator District for of Twenty-fourth the State of

lawful wife residing on such. homestead -' Davis, Peggy Lawler, Mary LouiseThomas' Florida. The

; or both. Shirley Ann Owen, Carlene For One Member of the House of Rep-
resentatives of the State of Florida.
oJ Berner, Fay Lou 'Mitchell, Todd Ful- For County Attorney.
\ Imagine my surprise to find that mer and Nancy Wright. For Five County Commissioners. '
For Three- :Members of the County
fit didn't say a doggone thing about Comfortable Corn Board of Public Instruction.For .

> the removal of garbage, the price of !SIRS. IRONS COMPLIMENTED: Justice of the Peace in and for Company

*our new theft-proof automobile tags, WITH TEA BY "MRS.: COLLINS A FELLOW likes corn-it's a the following Districts viz: No. 1.
the,cost of free school books For Constable in and for the following
/A comfortable food and when
Justice Districts, viz: No.-. .

|.of trains rat traps on the or Mae highway West's, retail.bust price mea- group Mrs. of R. Engineers'H. Collins wives entertained Monday a ner there's there's no a corn danger dish of for getting din. In have Testimony hereunto Whereof set my I "''C'I.I ......................................................................................PO y ,

:' i anything slippedover on you-
,surement. afternoon at her home with a tea .
strange foods that you don't like. I
J. Unless Mr. Noah Webster was i, honoring Mrs. Paul Irons, of St.
It makes for comfort, too, for ___
;nertz or nursin' a hang-over when Petersburg, who recently joined Mr. growing youngsters who need

:;.he gave us his definition of the Irons here for the winter. plenty of vitality to track

word "exempt" in his well known Those calling and enjoying Mrs. through the woods, to sail boats,

,*dictionary it means that Joint Reso"jlution Collins hospitality were :Mrs. Mark: play tennis, and do all those

Number Two asks the voters Lawler, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. 1. things which summers were made' CHECK UP

'of this state the simple question: M. Pafford, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. for.Corn bread in its various forms :

"Do you, or do you not, wish to W. C. Cowart, Mrs.:: E. W. Digges, I -corn fingers, corn muffins, etc.

continue paying state, county and Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. Gayle Mc- -are good noonday breads for

city taxes on the shelter you have Fadden, Irs. A. V. Southard and people who need energy. For the and see what you''neel
provided for I evening meal, if you wish to serve .
yourself and family? her sister, Miss Bradnack.
corn in a lighter form try it as a
If you vote YES, you vote to take
meat substitute with
nuts for your -
the tax off.. If you vote NO you vote FIRST MACHINERY ARRIVES main dish, or servea delectablecorn -Then:: Call

: to continue paying it. FOR LOCK:: CONSTRUCTIONMoore salad that looks temptingand ,

'. If you ask me, I'd say that if the colorful. Whole grain corn
tax should come off in cans is most adaptable for -
ri anything, it ( Haven. Democrat)
salads while is
cream style corn
should come off a man's actual home Two excavating machines arrived better for fritters
corn cornbread
before it comes off ,anything else I %.c::o till week to be used by the E. I II etc.Strength. THE NEWS OFFICEand

and since nobody seems to ravin' or I H., Latham Co.,' on their hurricane

tearin' their hair over the fac't that I: gate contract. One of the machinesis for Hot Weather

we exempt bonds, we exempt incomes a 1 1-2 c. y. P. & H. dragline and '
Here are tested
some recipes
we exempt industries all
; foi tlc other an electrically operated that are particularly appealing for

the benefit of the big boys who clamshell with a. two-yard bucket. these summer days: let us estimate on

should, be able to pay, why all this The diaglire came in by train, having Corn and Walnut Loaf; Drain -

hallaboo, about givin' the little guya been recently purchased by the the contents of a No. 2 can of
: break for once in his 'life? whole grain corn and run the corn
It's the''hit dog that yelps the company for use on the work. The through a food chopper. Add one- your next orderLETTERHEADS
clam-shell was brought here from
half of walnuts
loudest,and in this cup chopped two j
case those interests \
West Palm Beach on a barge and beaten eggs, one-half cup milk and -
this state that have escaped unloaded one-half crumbs. Season with
was yesterday. This ma- cup ,
their just share of taxation and kept I salt and Pour into but. <- FOR '
chine has been in use by the company ,- pepper. a :' .' .; ,
the load ou the back of the small tered baking dish and bake for there
loading material j

homes homeowner. are exempted now realize it that when barges for transporting to the on lake tc forty-five oven-375 minutes degrees.in moderate Serve with '-: ,,/.1 t : "r" .._ :( <. -

means that .
work. ""
tomato Yt. *>
they sauce. This serves. four = :
and. it's are got going'em to scared have stiff.to kick hi Truck loads of smaller machineryand persons. .- ::' :':f c' ';1"i :,:' .'- '
various kinds of material
_,:, Don't let this wild talk about a Corn and Pepper Salad: Drain ,; ;<, BILLHEADS J:' :-<:
equipment have been thru
sales tax passing thoroughly the contents of one No. .
closed schools, no money town all week and unloaded on the 2 can of whole grain corn. Add n 'r'I
for local A HANDBILLS : :
government .
higher auto. dike west of the canal.A one-third cup of diced green pep- ,
mobile tags or any other high pres- per and one-fourth cup of diced .'
crew of electricians, were at ;: : 'j'
sure banana pimientos. Season I : .
oil dim your vision or to taste with I ENVELOPES :
work the first of the week conect- I '
cramp your vision or salt and pepper. Add French : ":: : .
cramp your ing onto city power lines and will dressing to moisten, and let /t.. '
common sense. RULED FORMS -
Vote use power from the city plant en- marinate in the' refrigerator for ,, ;
YES for thc'Homestead Exemption tirely during the course of work. at least an hour. Serve on crisp

6. .. Amendment. on November The city commissioners made a con- lettuce leaves. This serves six.. f.WINDOW\ CARDS '

.. tract rate to the company per K. W., .

the contract calling for the companyto Brazil's First Name : TICKETS

do.all the line work
under thr
CHILDREN Pedro Alvarez Cahr.il. who generally '
GIVEN HALLOWE'EN; PARTY supervision of the City Water and, \ credilrtlIi: ( Ii HIP disi-oveiy of ETC.PiGE .

X.,, Light Superintendent, S. C. Stalls. Branl named It "Teira de SantA
Oneline was run from the A. C. L. Cruz" which is tr.tnsImlEd.the, "Landof
; Mrs
'; F. M. Wright entertained the depot and three lines from ,the lower the Holy Cross," '

'children! of her kindergarten class power line at the fish dock. ,

"with a Hallowe'en party Wednesday. First work contemplated by the Hint tor the Girls CLEWISTON
: kindergarten was decorated company will be the construction !

appropriately with black cats, of a, draw bridge across the Three- ii; I

jacko'lanternsvitche8 Hallowe'en and other Mile canal at the gate site, and the near the nose (/Icml.! side and close_ ,

and ',emblems. Paper plates widening of tho road from the A. C. 'o, 11n fill' on tf'!! nlIP('! !! -Sun:: rl'lInC"l f'f'

napkins atgg carried; out the L. station to the t.LL J 1
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