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: January 24, 1936
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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PERRY IS 'GOAT' AT EIGHT MONTHS ]I I Captain Selee To Crop Acreage Indicates 'f'

Be TransferredCapt.

I Good Season In Area +

: Richardson Selee, who for .. "
COURT WEDNESDAYThe I SCHOOLS OF more than ,two years has been in I" .- ,x
charge of the U S. Engineer sub-of- il "
fice here received notice this week ]Local Man's Sister 3,000 Acres In This 1{
new Kiwanis program committee The regular monthly that he would be replaced the first

named last week swung into the county school board of April by Capt. R. G. Linkswiler, Wins 4-H HonorsMiss District To Be Planted '
action for the meeting Wednesday here last Saturday in who is stationed at this' time at Fort ,
night and from all reports received School auditorium; with all Benning, Ga. In Tomatoes
since did an excellent job. present, as well as U. S. Army regulations are that I Julia Herring, 16, 'sister of ,
M. G. Langford, of Lake Butler school faculty and patrons an officer may. serve only two years B. E. Herring, assistant principal in rw
and former principal of the Clewis- school. I on a civilian job and Capt. Selee's; the Clewiston school, recently was Thousands of acres, already' in
ton school was present as visitor The principal item of time was up on' the Okeechobee I ]named state 4-H champion of Miss- growing crops and several thousand ,
and started the program with a sh, ,rt to discuss the anticipated Flood.Control. Project in November. issippi. ,Her home is in Winona, more being prepared for crops to "
' talk in which he expressed his pie s- be received from the state an<;< Although he has as, yet not been I Miss. The honor was awarded on her come bff in the early spring makes ';
ure at visiting Clewiston again rind cide on the length of term definitely notified as' to where he showing in food preparation over the agricultural outlook very hope- ?'
"; attending the meeting. Following lis county schools. After a great will be located he states that he.feels I seven years of club work featuring, ful for the next few months in the ;
{' < talk the lights in the room w 'returned discussion it was decided to reasonably sure of going to 'Fort gardening, canning and nutrition. Clewiston area or the section of .<;:(
out and a small birthc'ay length of term at eight Belvoir near Washington, D. C., for Further awards came to her when Okeechobee farming land between ,. '" ',
cake, appropriately lighted with the hope that all promises active military service. she was given a, new Electrolux re- Liberty Point and Lake Harbor. r "(

candles, was placed in front of E. fulfilled and that a" further Capt. Linkwiler will report here frigerator as grand award for win- Approximately 3,000 acres of tomatoes ,f.
4 E. Kelly who celebrated his birthday the term length would not the first of April and Capt Selee ning as food champion of Southern will be planted here this .}!
recently. The entire group' sang sary. J will leave for his new post a few States, a trip to the National 4-H spring and, a thousand acres are al- ."' j
,"Happy Birthday to You" following The board at a, recent weeks subsequent to that time. Congress in' Chicago where she plac- ready in the ground we are informed ,-';
which Mr. Kelly gave a responsive structed the clerk: to write ed second and won a scholarship to 'this week by J. E. Beardsley, ,j
talk of appreciation. State Superintendent for any college of her choice to pursue probably the best informed ,on crop t:
At this point, program committee ures on the amount of state AMERICAN LEGION' her chosen work of home economics conditions .in, this part of the Ever- ',-(
t 'chairman I. M. Pafford made a short likely: to be distributed in after her graduation from high glades. This crop will top all oth-
talk in which he expressed his desire the county could borrow school, this spring. ers in spring planting, partially: because '
that every program given whilehe the anticipated income. In HAS INTERESTING The following is taken from her of the December frosts which ,
was a' committee chairman wouldgo the Superintendent stated home town paper and shows whata forced some growers to cut expenses :
off without any unpleasant cir- could give no definite girl may accomplish. Miss Herringwas and tomatoes are a cheap crop to A
;_ cumstances arising and commented the schools would receive MEETING TUESDAY'' interviewed by a reporter from put in, the ground. About seventy-
on the prevailing spirit of coopera- nine million dollar minimum the paper and asked to give a 'review five percent of the total planted and .'.,'
tion of the members of the club. StillIn ed by Governor Sholtz at of her work. The review is, in to be planted are of the Marglobe :
a very serious manner he stated meeting recently and would .American Legion Post_ No. 93 of part, as follows: variety, most of the balance is the
that circumstances had arisen on the vise his figures in a Clewiston held their regular meet- "All my life I had loved good Pritchard variety with 'some acreage
first night which interfered slightly the money which the state ing Tuesday night in LaBelle. A things to eat, but I did 'not learn to of Gulf State Market, original Globe
with the planned program and ready distributed for large number from Clewiston attend-i cook very well until I joined the '4-H and others. Due to the large shipments -* "

though unpleasant he felt that they aries, which at this time ed and all stated that the LaBelle Club work, at the age of ten. Now, 1 of tomatoes from Cuba and "
should be straightened out and called two million dollais. The membeis had been most gracious i{ have just completed six years and in Mexico during the past- few weeks
n on President Art Lawrence to take ment was received last hosts and had entertained them roy-i( this time have completed the follow- the price has gone very low. New
the matter in hand. the board received a check ally with a ;dinner at the Everett ing projects: four years garden can York quotations today were $2.00 '
Mr. Lawrence then arose and read 963 as the Hendry County Hotel and an interesting rogram'l ning ((422 quarts fruits and vege- per lug showing some rise but no
the charges which were against 'W.W This check was paid Commander Jay W. tables) ; three years clothing, two' indication is given of the possibilityof
Perry, local A. C. L. agent, 'for the Bank, of Clewiston on the meeting to order at 8:15 and I years Home Improvement. In this strength being maintained. The
permitting an A. C. L. train to run due for money borrowed only a short business session was work I have remodeled my room, Florida tomato acreage is estimatedto
r,; over a skunk in the city limits of teachers' salaries ,during held. The chief item of business was helped paint the interior and exterior be about 16,500 acres, an increaseof
Clewiston, thereby committing a serious semester' of school.It the. urging of every member to turn of our house, and improved the 14 percent over last year's ver.,- '
breach of ,Kiwanis ethics of was decided that an in service certificates at once due to yard; one year poultry, raised 45 age.
f? good citizenship. A. A. Munroe was made to try to' secure the bonus fight now on in Congress. I chickens; and three years in food Estimates of the bean crop are
named as judge, H. R. Hall and E. from the bank for $3,700 Following this was the program work., This year I planned, prepared that there are about a thousand

,e :. :f. E. Kelly, prosecuting attorneys and .(Continued on Page, on which much favorable comment I (Continued on Page' 8) acres under cultivation at this ,time
,o D. G. Alston, as defense attorney and bas been 'ti ard. 'Included' in the program '" with an additional thousand acresto

Mr. Perry was called upon to defend were several musical selections I be planted soon. There are no
himself of the char, esL THREE by Mrs. W. Wallace, vocal soloist, Caloosa'hatcheeCacography: bean shipments underway at this
The kangaroo court continued for with Mrs. G. O. Wallace playing the I time but several growers are expected -
sometime after the time meetings 8)I piano accompanlement. A male
quar- i ,to start shipping the first of Feb
,r usually close as the attorneys fought ENTER tet composed of 'V. C. woo<; ruary. "Nearly all plantings are of
back _and forth with most unethical Dennis Small, John Kettl lward'i I the Bountiful variety with few
tactics and much merrymaking. Dr. Love of Clewiston two
sang Stringless, wax or Refugees. The
D. J. Williams was one of the most RACE THIS tions, "Home on the Range" Wy Marjorie B. Wallace I bean crops all over the state were
interesting witnesses as, he gave his "0 Sole Mio." Two selections were' -- cut down badly by the Decembercold
testimony in Welch language, con- played on the piano-accordian by M.I I Circumstances ganged up on me but 'shipments have increasednow
tributing to the aid of neither side. ,The week's contribution to E. VonMach, of Clewiston, "Santa last week, and I couldn't get aroundfor to about thirty cars daily be-
The high spot of the trial was the ready lengthy ,list of I Lucia" and "Over the Waves", anda news, hence no Kollum. "If there cause of heavy loadings in the Pom-
fact that the defense attorneys almost candidates, is three I trio composed of T. Cross, 3.. Brant-' were forty hours a day, I would want pano section. The New York market
proved the prosecuting attorney of South Florida and I ley and E. Lolly played hill-billy and forty-two," as the song canteth, and shows at this time a price, of $2.50to
!i guilty of the alleged crime. The this section. Others are western selections on their,, guitars. even then I wouldn't get through. $3.00 per bushel hamper with a '
jury finally took the case and withJ. to announce within a short Those attending were: J. W. Mo-'I Sometime I feel like the old lady top of $3.50 on especially good stuff.

E. Beardsley, spokesman, returned Peter Tomasello, Jr., of ran, O. A. Jones, F. M. Wright, J. E.I' who, resenting the harps and the English peas also share the spot
a verdict of guilty with a recom- and of Beardsley, Keathley Bowden, H. R.
: 'formerly songs around the throne promisedher light with beans and tomatoes as
mendation of mercy, the defendent his Hall M. E. VonMach, F. D. Duff, W.
nounced candidacy for eternal bliss, said she just one of the leading crops at this time. }
being sentenced to' contribute one Tomasello served as ,C. Owen, L. H. Turner and D. ,B. "wanted to do 'nothing forever and There are 2,000 acres growing in ,' ,
good five-cent cigar to .each member j from Okeechobee county Allen, of Clewiston; H. H. McCall, ever." A bit. of thumb-twiddling is this area at this time and more are
y. at the next' meeting., 'I| I terms and was Speaker of I S. A. Graves, Drew Hampton, W. T. requested, to be exact. expected to be planted. Many patches f
; The meeting was well attended, Hull J. H. Hull R. N. Miller Carl
j in the 1933 Legislature, To catch up on the progress re- which were just coming up when the "
only two members unavoidably ab- (ed to, that position :without, E. Royer, Fred Dunaway, C. A. port this week, we'll have to be December frosts came recovered and :'
sent. Plans are being made for an 1 tion, an achievement which Darcy and C. W. Alford, of LaBelle, Several car-
snappy, and at that we will leave are now being picked.
.f.. anniversary meeting either next Felda and Fort Denaud and J. H:
with ,
I only one man' Chief MacWilliams entirely, since I loads have been shipped and while >;'
week the
r;'; postponed or Ladies week Night following will and also the be (i: Fred H. Davis of the State Harrington, of Arcadia. plan to devote most of the next Kol- a good price was realized from some ':I

held soon.Funds Court. lum to his extensive project-it real- of the first the price soon dropped r
Among the planks in Mr. Mrs. Spicer Shipping ly deserves more than a paragraphor so low that there was little use 'picking -
sello's platform are: The two. During the past few days how

Asked For of sufficient funds to Flowers From GardenMrs. At Ortona the apparently desultory ever the market has strengthened
months school terms in all and haphazard ditch-digging, a somewhat due to lighter shipments
Caloosahatchee Work' of the state; reduction of bit here and a bit there, which I from all sections and local growers
i in state government of and Northern produce men antici-
confess has had for
Leah Spicer who, maintains | .me puzzled some
140 per cent by the abolition pate a steady market from now on,
', '. of the most beautiful flower time, has eventuated into a neat
1 one
Washington, Jan. 11.-A
recom.1 in
less boards and employees; her plan of unwatering-which is the and possibly a substantial 'gain
mendation that $26,000,000 be gardens in the Everglades at
ance of old age pensions; price.In.
official word for keeping a project
home at the Clewiston Laundry, this
spent on the Atlantic-Gulf ship ,can-
hearing by the governor: in week has made several shipmentsof dry, and a most awkward word, to addition to the three lead crops
in Florida in the 1937 fiscal
yearwas in the county before any flowers of several different varieties my mind. Gates and lock chamber there are a number of other crops
included in the annual
u' report ficer is removed from office; to florists in West: Palm excavations, riprap areas, spillwayhole being planted in smaller lots in the
Saturday of the chief of engi-
neers. army tion of two-job holders; Beach, Miami and Jacksonville.Mrs. I and discharge channels, now area. Some of these are only experimental -
in automobile licenses and that Ever-
have at the lower patches proving
Ma j. Gen. Edward M. Markham, Spicer, who prefers to be regarded one pump
: em taxes; repeal of the slot end, into which a series of weird glades farmers recognize' the need
head as a grower rather than asj i I
of the
engineering alro
law and a pledge not to diversification In Among
looking canons lead and where on for crops.
a florist, does the greater part of
recommendations for
$1- '
state except under, I'a I pile-supported platform the two these is the fifteen acre patch of
: the work in her rather extensive garden -[ .
862,000 and
$132,000 for maintenance i
; during term of Lake and half-
cumstances near Harbor a
herself and in experimenting j big Diesel pumps are mounted to lettuce
for the Caloosahatchee river I)I
: and Lake Okeechobee drainage area, Stafford Caldwell, Miami with various types of flowers has drain the entire area. Some of the acre of Brussels sprouts near' Bare
$1,770,000 for the waterway from made his announcement on discovered more about the nature of most 'interesting stratification, eros- Beach. The general belief has been
Choctahatchee bay to West Bay, and of this week and will. seek plants and their adaptability to the ion, silting cohension demonstra- that lettuce will not head satisfactorily -
, F'' $1,134,000 for Hollywood harbor nation for Governor for the soil and climate than the average tions are here spread before your on the muck land but the fifteen
t" (Port Everglades). time as the All Florida person would discover In a lifetime.In eyes, in the nearest approach to the acre field at Lake Harbor plantedon
Although, Mr. Caldwell has a location which she terms as I' Bad Lands of South Dakota that burned land, will be ready for
THE COAOIUXITY CHURCH nounced his platform as, practically frost-proof, Mrs. Spicer's you'll ever see In Florida. The en- cutting in two weeks and shows remarkably -
'V D. Jenkins Williams, Minister. pledges himself to an garden contain varieties of almost ev-' tire science 'class of the high school satisfactory results.
e '. crease the sectional feeling cry known plant and flower which !;: should visit this vivid object lesson About 300 acres of cabbage are
Sunday, January 19, 1936 state and bind every part of may be grown in this section .,and she I with an instructor, and get more j i under cultivation at this time andif
9:45, A. M. Sunday School. together with an is constantly experimenting with knowledge' of the ways of Mother the price seems to warant an ad-
: t 10:45 A. ,M. Junior Church. which "will accentuate an new varieties. She has been most Earth in an hour than they could ditional 200 acres will be planted.
7:45 P. M. Evening Worship: "The ida solidarity and successful in the growing of gladi-I absorb in six months from a book.: The price on cabbage has dropped
Lesser Lights". pose so that all sections ohi and the comparatively new flower Aside from this tearing down and considerably during the' past two
On Monday evening at 7:45 'Dr. the state and the state, for and particularly popular one at/ piling up and digging out of dirt, Un- weeks. '

", Block of New York City will, show tions." this time, the gerbera. By planting cle Joe has his new batcher plant Approximately a hundred acres
moving pictures on "New Indian Mr. Caldwell states that, gladiolii bulbs close together Mrs. almost erected, and a honey it is.- are planted in Irish potatoes, all of
Trails" in the Community Church.Admis.slon ernmental needs of the Spicer says she has gotten away from steel, shipped in sections and assem: the Red Bliss variety. Yields, are ex-
is free. 'The public is invited presses, him as presenting, one of the most common faults, bled on the job, with the most up- pected to vary considerably becaus
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his field headquarters in I WEALTH, IN KINDNESS I

News Review of CurrentEvents FROM Dessye Emperor Halle Selassie sentto : I

the League of Nations a vigorous BRISBANE Kindness can buy more happiness \i1.

protest against the war methods of In a minute than money can buy In a '
Over the invading 'ItalIans. The emperor lifetime. I
the World _
charged specifically that Italian flyers, THIS WEEKWilson II

in raining explosives on the southern I

army of his son-in-law, Ras Desta

Demtu, near Dolo, used poison gas and for Earlier War?

Congress Opens and President Delivers His Message at a destroyed a Swedish Red Cross am- Prayer Plus Planes

bulance laden with sick and wounded.A .
New Disease Danger
Session and Bonus Are '
Night Neutrality
special meeting of the Swedish Ethiopian Victory?

> Due for Speedy Action. Red Cross was held In Stockholm to ))
Prof. A. M. Arnett of North Carolina
take action In this matter.
university says It was not Wilson that
The Italian government in Rome asserted -

By EDWARD W. PICKARD, the aerial bombardment was kept this country
out of war for awhile
Western Newspaper Union. fully justified by the alleged behead i1FM
but the country -
ing of two Italian aviators, by the
CONGRESS began a session that In the senator's opinion a compromise Ethiopians after the flyers had crashedat that kept Wilson

I gives of being, not short I on the bonus, always politically Daggah Bur In Oga'den. ThS com- out of war

and calm, as administration leaders vexatious, would be reached and a munique also said it was well known e, longer than he SOLD

had predicted, tIOng and lively. I : i presidential veto would be avoided. that "Ethiopian chieftains take shelter hfAi.kH would have stayedout.

Right ame start Harrison reiterated his opposition to under Red Cross signs when they see .

ar ?ry't 3 President Roosevelt: the Townsend old age pension plan and- Italian airplanes." Professor Arnett

; I caused the Republicans said It would make rio progress at the Fierce fighting was going on along says he will: prove, It always works !
fix session. In book that Wilson
uew a
to howl loudly by the northern front In Ethiopia. ,In '
c i deciding to deliver Many house members agreed with Addis Ababa It was claimed that one I I wanted war in Just do what hospitals do, and the \

I his annual message on Harrison as to taxes. It wouldn't be of the emperor's armies had scored a lOW, and was kept doctors insist on. Use a good liquid

the state of the Union good policy to pass such measures this s out of It by three laxative, and aid Nature to restore I
decided victory, but there was evidence without
session 'for there will be elections In Clark clocklike regularity strain or
men-Champ ,
before a joint night \1
t that others of his units had suf ill effect.Aliqu1d.
session of congressso 435 congressional districts In 1936. fered're.er I tSETVtas3 Congressman Flood i
es. can always be taken in I
it could be broad- ,Arthur BrisbaneaD(3 Claude KitchIn gradually reduced doses. Reduced '

cast 'at a" time when NEW tax levies of more than $350- DISPATCHES from ,Addis Ababa Democratic floor dosage is the real secret of relief from

a the maximum number a year went Into effect on said reliable sources there disclosed leader of the house. constipation.

; ,'" of American citizens New Year's day these being the resultof the terms on which Emperor How deep should we have sunk in Ask a doctor about this. Ask your

President could] be beside their delayed tax rates passed at the last Haile Selassie had authorized his delegation ; our depression If Woodrow Wilson druggist'how very popular Dr. Cald- .

Roosevelt radIos. This required session of congress. The heaviest Is at Geneva to discuss peace. had carried out his alleged plan and well's Syrup It vJ I

t'' a special rule In the house for withoutIt from the unemployment insurance ando They were thus stated: started the war one year ahead of gives the right kind of help, and right .

that body can meet but once a day ; d age pensions act, which is expected Withdrawal of Italian troops from time, In 1016? amount each time of help. the Taking bowels a little chance.to less
and the minority leaders made no con- to raise about $240,000,000 In taxeson Ethiopia ; recognition of the African How many millions of Americans act of their,own accord, until theyare

siderable objection.But Industrial pay rolls. Other new empire's sovereignty ; payment of indemnity would have been killed (they were moving regularly and thoroughly

Chairman Fletcher of the Re- taxes Include: by Italy; delimitation of East always; honored with front row without any help at all.

publican _national committee was so Raising of Individual returns, $50- I African boundaries between Ethiopiaand places) ? How many tens of billions Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con,

aroused by Mr. Roosevelt's plan that 000.000. the Italian colonies by a leagueof would have been added to the public tains senna and cascara-both natural

he demanded equal 1 time on the national Corporation tax boost, $40,000,000.Gift I nations committee and foreign debt and the repudiated debts of Eu- laxatives that form no habit. The action -

radio chains for a Republican reply. tax increase, $25,000,000. economic, administrative, and finan- rope? is gentle, but sure. It will relieve-

his Intercorporate tax levy; 30000000. cial aid and advice for Ethiopia onlyon any sluggishness or bilious condition
Mr. Fletcher was sarcastic in com- due to constipation without upset.
Revision of the personal holding the condition there would be no
ments, saying: '
The archbishop of Canterbury, headof
company and corporate liquidation tax ,Italian Influence. .
"The President's decision to dramatize -
the official Church of England, has
down provisions of the tax program will Increase -
his message and to bring .
invited all European Christian commu- Beware
that all America is Coughsfrom
the country's tax bIll
to the level of a political speech
with violence by the nicants to join in prayer for peace,
constitutional _right and duty to ad-
with resolutions all
dress the congress on the state of 'the WHAT may be expected from El Communists, the Uruguayan govern- war. common colds ,

Union, Is understandable In the lightof A. Benson, the new Farmer- ment severed relations with the govern- While the archbishop- takes that de-,

past performances." Laborite senator from Minnesota, Is ment of Soviet Russia ; Minister Alex- sirable step the British government That Hang OnNo

Senator Dickinson of Iowa denounce indicated in a radio speech he made ander Rinkln and his staff were hand- works rapidly on 8,000 airplanes of

ed their passports, and the Uruguayan the kind.
what ,he called "an attempt to use con- In Chicago on his,way fighting matter how many medicines

gress as the sounding.. board for a to ,the National Capi charge d'affaires was recalled from you have tried for your cough chest. I

grand stand play by the President" tal. He declared he Moscow. The decree, signed by President Uncle Sam has on his hands the cold or bronchial irritation, you can
Gabriel Terra and all members of relief with Creomulsion.
get now
but Senator Borah said he had no objection believed that capitalIsm Job of preventing the spread of dis- Serious trouble may be brewing and
the cabinet asserted that Montevideowas
: ,
to the plan. / Is doomed, and ease throughout the country and Its cannot afford to take a chance 'i

Anyhow, the President went ahead urged a much larger the headquarters of Communistswho importation from abroad. with anything ,less than Creomul- I
LJ. > were plotting uprisings in all to the seat
sion, which right
measure of public Doctor Curran in goes
with his and In his charge of Insects
program messagegave'
South America countries, and quotedthe of the trouble to aid nature to
his view of the nation's present ownership and "pro- Brazilian charges that the abortive for the American Museum of Natural soothe and heal the inflamed mem-

condition, naturally holding ,that, the P/ duction for use rather rebellion there In November was History, warns New York It may be branes as the germ-laden phlegmis

New Deal was proving a success. than for profit. Instigated by the Soviet governmentand Invaded by malaria brought Into north- loosened and expelled. i
,"I am'convinced Even if other remedies have
that the Montevideo legation was ern New Jersey by a CCC ramp worker failed, don't be discouraged, your
I he said, "that nothing Its from the South. The anopheles is authorized to guarantee
Intermediary. druggist "
major Issues that call for, -- '
TWO consideration by congress are I Sen. Benson short of social "own- > mosquito, always present, has been Creomulsion and to refund your ;j1 :
ership -f ky;:( ,industries if are not satisfied with
: spreading the He cannot do money you
a'nd waiting for a ruling by
neutrality the veterans bonus.
WITHOUT results from the first bottle.
can save us.: Inasmuch as it has : very I
that unless he first bites malaria
The law court on the validity a (Adv.
existing neutrality expires on been demonstrated that Get Creomulsion right now. ;
we can pro- carrier.
February 29 and the President and hLadvisers of the Tennessee Valley authorityact ,
duce enough for all If our productive Senator: 'NorrIs of Nebraska fa- .
have determined that
a new :
law shall be passed which will give, plant is used wisely, society must take ther of that and much Haile Selassie's .fighting Gen. Dejaz- ASSIST NATURE '.
over that plant and our financial
i' him broad discretionary powers with sys- ?r other advanced leg- match Hailu Kebede sends cheerful
tem well and them in the
as operate
regard to shipments, loans and credits islation, has prepareda news to, his royal master: With this Vegetable
interests of all the'
people hecause big -
bill for
to belligerents. There Is In congressa business 'refuses a Mississippi "We fought and beat the Italians Laxative
definitely to do so. ,
strong group, headed by Senators A5 9.i Valley authority from dawn to dusk ; 200 Italian white that acts like
Mr. Benson who
has been serving as yy itiHcOe
along the linesas
Clark of Missouri, Vandenberg of "- same soldiers, twenty Italian officers, killed. i( i Nature intended
state banking commissioner, was appoInted ,
the TVA but Im-
Michigan and Nye of North Dakota Cannon bombs and innumerable bat- to cleanse the
by Floyd B. Olson to com- In
and Representative Maury Maverickof mensely greater teries of machine made murderous i -
guns -
plete the term of the late Senator He intends to w i System poisons
Texas, that demands extension of scope. concert against us, but God pro-
Thomas B. Schall. He will serve until Introduce,the'measure caused by

the present mandatory neutrality law. December 31, 1936. He has been a soon In It tected your humble Christian soldiers, Constipation.
Presumably the new measure will bi congress. and the Lion "
of Judah victorious.
was ??n
Farmer-Laborite since the
a birth of that would embrace more 10c'NATURE'S 25eI
compromise. party and before that was active in -0---- than half of continen- Ethiopians persist In their theory

Speedy passage of bonus payment the Nonpartisan league In Minnesota Sen.' Norris. tai, United States, In- that they are the only Christians In- I

legislation Is expected, for Its pro volved. They say the Italians are
':: determined cluding all the vast plain between the
ponents are and vigorous.
FRANKLIN C. HOYT has resigned Alleghenies and the western continental Catholics, therefore not' Christians,
f Officials
of the American Vet.
Legion, alcohol administratorand divide and from near the Canadian which would amuse the Italians, If BEST A5SISTANT'STOPS
erans of Foreign Wars and Disabled
his resignation has been acceptedby border to the delta of the Mississippi; they had time for amusement.
t American Veterans have just agreedon
:" the President with ,the !usual ex- only, the Tennessee valley would be Rome calls the General Dejazmatch
a bill which will Include these
pro pressions of regret. Mr. Iloyt cited omitted from the :>lan. dispatch "customary Ethiopian Inaccuracy ,
visions: You need
I, his, poor health and other personal rea Norris said it was an expansion of ." a
Immediate full cash payment of the medicine to reallyendDandruff- .
sons to explain his action, but In his his former plan 'for a Missouri valley
If I adjusted service certificates.
Refund of Interest letter to Mr. Roosevelt he plainly In- authority. Flood control would be its Former Governor Alfred E. Smith, and the itching f ,
paid on loans on
certificates. dicated that he was dissatisfied with chief goal he disclosed, but it also booked for a big political talk in Wash- it causes. So'

J.' Cancellation ot Interest accrued and the liquor control setup. would direct the development of navigation ington, D. C., and invited by Mrs. stop experi

'' irrigation, hydroelectric power Roosevelt to stop at the White House menting. Use
: unpaid. soil conservation and reforestation. Glover's MangeMedicine
DEALERS speak scornfully ,
NEW during his stay In Washington, declines -
Provision that
veterans who do and
a' no: -1
the Presidential poll conductedby
desire to cash their certificates the invitation, explaining that shampoo with
r' draw Interest the may the Literary Digest, but everyoneis N OTEWORTH among recent deaths he will have too big a crowd with him. Medicated ,.Glover's ,
upon maturity value
eager to see what it' reveals. The are those of Lieut Gen. Hunter "
f", thereof (less principal of loan, If any), I Politicians do not think that the Soap reg
latest returns show 'still further de- Liggett, hero of four wars and leaderof ulady. Stut today!
to be paid thereon from a date to be' cline In New Deal popularity. Out ofa the American first army In France only reason. They expect Governor At all drug 1.')res. 'TFor

specified. total of l,370,774.Yotes received 828- Smith to "cut loose" and say things
where he was second in command to
Provision for issuance of special 929 answered negatively the question"Do General Pershing ; and Harry B. about the administration that would ; : L:

government obligations In lieu of adjusted you now approve the acts and pol- I Smith, well known and prolific light not come gracefully from a White

::1 service certificates to the value icies of the Roosevelt'' New Deal to I opera librettist who wrote the books House guest.

:', of about a half a billion dollars' now date?" This brought the negative per- and lyrics for "Robin Hood" and

:' held as security by the United States centage to the new high figure of 60.47 many other productions. Mr. and Mrs. Triplett of Jenkins, Bad

:: ,-- life Insurance reserves account. per cent. The last preceding percentage Ky., who have just received 'from heaven FeelingDue

E. The veterans' organizations estimated was 58.51S GENERAL J. R their third set of triplets, say: "We to ConstipationGet

it': their united proposal would Eleven of the thirteen southern COMPTROLLER an order that are Just tickled to death but imagineour
of Black-
f:' "i entail a cash expenditure of approximately states continued solidly New Deal. blocked the plans of the Federal Sur- surprise." Besides nine triplets, Draught rid as soon constipation as lou uotice by taking that bowel

x f' $1,000,000,000, rather than the Only Florida and Oklahoma voted plus Commodity corporation to buy the happy couple have one set of twins, activity has, slowed up or you begin to feel

rf!: $!50,200,000,000 generally accepted as the against It. The twelve middle western surplus farm products ,all eleven living and all fortunate. The sluggish.the refreshing Thousands relief prefer it BlackDraughtfor has brought I I

; cost of payment. farm states continued balloting more for relief distribution.He baby born in a": family that wants babies them. Mrs. Ray Mullins, of LaCe Ark.,,
r than 3 to against the administration.The writes: "My husband and I both take
< held that the administration Is the fortunate child. Thedford's Black-Draught and find it.
: Rocky Mountain states, with splendid for constipation, biliousness, and I
SENATOH of MIs- the single exception of Utah, contrib- For the woman or man who does not the disagreeable aching, tired feeling that 1
t: chairman -of the senate uted substantial majorities against the not use the 30 per want 'children, the wise thing Is not to comes from this condition." With refer-
finance committee his cent of customs ence to Syrup of Black-Draught which
on arrival gross
i': In New Deal as did four of ,the six New have them-for the children's sake. this mother gives her children, she says: i
Washington for the opening of congress England states which were voting 3 receipts set aside for "They like the taste and it gave such
y gave out the the AAA to buy farm good results" 7bE",
'''< ''''' '
'' to 1 against Roo&evelt Uncle Sam
V :: Austria will pay on ac-
to be givento
welcome statement ": ,1
i '! -> relief clients. In a count of debt thirty million schillings,
that 4
no new general 'r'
TWELVE persons, nine of them pas payment In American paper' dollars.At .
r.. tax legislation would ,"; / letter t 0 Secretary
I t be ;;, :, sengers perished 'when the Im- Wallace McCarl said the current rate of exchange Uncle \

;;' pushed through perial Airways liner City' of Khartoum relief 1 Ipflslntlnn- and Sam will get $5,034,000. Our paper d

'.I'. during this session. Jn: .. 'crashed in the Mediterranean off Alexandria relevant statutes pro- J- R. McCarl dollars are! convenient for Europeans,
: :
Said if ;
for he: "I don't look t .,< ", Egypt The only survivor was vided another way to handle such for they know, although we do not,
It and I don'tthink r
; Pilot Vernon G. Wilson, who was purchases.It that our dollar is worth 5'J; cents.
;i It is In the ( :. taken from the In
water critical
a con- was believed McCarl's ruling PAIN"
possibility. F dition. Among the victims was one would not affect AAA plans for pur- Thomas W. Lamont, a J. Piyrpont

E'; Adoption of a mannfacturer's American, James C. Luke of Phila- chases for diversion purposes and not Morgan & company partner-gives five remedies"Though Capudine I have tried suits all good me ""x '.,.Y'
excise tax .". .
: -> : dephia, an oil engineer on his way for relief distribution. An otTer has is "
-- *M**+ hundred thousand dollars to establisha best. It quick and gentle. "CI"
I was also "out, according from London to. Basra, Iraq. been made for purchases of surplus I "chair of political economy" at Har Quickest because it is liquid
Harrison. '
Harrison.Sen. its ingredients are already dis ,
f' to The City of Khartoum, which had potatoes from the 1935 crop, to be di- vard. The money will stay and the solved For headache,' neuralgic
'' Be pictured an unusually short session accommodations for 15 passengers and verted into industrial channels. Of- interest will be used. Well invested or muscle aches.

of congresswith appropriation four members of the crew, had been ficials said, however they did not expect It should pay the chosen professor a

a bills and amendments to existing leg- retired from service recently, but was /growers to take advantage of this
fair salary.
islation the principal business to be recalled to replace a flying boat which offer,; because of recently advanced King Features Syndicate, Inc

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in Armor Suits IMPROVED will be mailed to you for 10 cents.

Picture Nursery Rhymes. The embroidery ,work, Is In the outline Benjamin Rosen Is going: to get the
ItSkeletons on stitch. Use color thread.: !
. By GRANDMOTHER CLARK any $42 Philadelphia) police took away
: I Address Home Craft Co., Dept. A- from him in a raid on a card game.

: Skeletons fully arrayed in medieval SUNDAY Nineteenth' and St. Louis. ,Ave., St., Rosen hired a lawyer and appealed

:: armor have been found In excavations Lesson Louis, 'Mo; Inclose a stamped ad to the Superior court where the judge .

'?;.:;:;: in the vicinity of Venice, all In a dressed envelope for reply when devoted a day to the case. The

} -'; perfect state of preservation. Work- By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. .t sI writing'for any information. court's total, salary expense for the ."
Member of Faculty. Moody Bible
,. ers engaged on excavations for the Institute of Chicago. s I day's; work was ?297.) "

;;;,' new great canal whichIs under construction Western Newspaper Union. (C ,, \ ',:
I" In the picturesque district Indians Stage a Rally; i
: surrounding Stra, came iicross what
Lesson for January 19 ,; Population on Increase;
undoubtedly must have been the
{ \\if!
t.;. ', battle the days
: scene of a great in : HIS WORK Q
; : '.<. of the ancient Venetian republic. :;The records of the United States STOPPEDDPNOSTRILS

: : skeletr-ns in armor government show that In 1SG5: there
One of the many : .
. :1-13.
LESSON TEXT-Iuke 3:21, 22;
', was found to have a sword stillS GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt worshipthe were :294,574 Indians on reservations.In ,

" : between the ribs. Presumably the Lord thy God, and him only shall I! i/ 1891! the number had dropped to duelocoldU.

,' man fell In battle arid has lain undisturbed thou serve.-Luke 4:8. It t 240,834, but, alter that low point, the
: PRIMARY TOPIC-When Jesus Grew i '
lo.;;. all these centuries. Quantities Indian brought his total population

r'.t: of ancient weapons and armor Up.JUNIOR TOPIC--When Jesus wa .* up, to 320,454; In 1933. v Use Mentholafum.

;: : '. also were found, together with beau Tempted. : wj ; The.total' number of Indians In the to help open the

;:: ,. tifully modeled) vases which, when INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR United States and Canada today is nostrils and permit .
TOPIC-Making a Right Start for Life.
:' the centuries old dirt had been YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT 443,305, or,more than half the num freer breathing ,
r washed away, were found to be painted TOPIC-Finding God's Way for Life. ber estimated to have roamed the w

: by, hand with designs and figures, // continent before the coming of the'

the colors being perfectly preserved. The statement of the subject of this white man. Gives COMFORT Daily
lesson is 'not quite satisfactory. His '
Quilts made of blocks that picture .
baptism and temptation were not .'
; means of preparation, but were respec- ihe nursery tales that every .child :
knows will Interest both old and How .Q'tabsr'aelp! Nature .. .
The tively his formal entrance upon his
young. Always a good subject for a
work and the first conflict with the
4 mother to work on, at bed, time, with
stroy.devil, whose works he came, to de her child. To Throw Off .a Bad ColdSecond .

Outfit No. 49-1 consists of tour; flinch
Man I I. Jesus Entering Upon His Media- blocks stamped on a good qual- Millions 'fcitnd Calotabs a Calotabs are-diuretic to the
torial Work (Luke 3:21, 22). most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination.of

1. His baptism (v. 21). In his bap- colds. .They take one or two.tablets cold poisons from the system. Thus
tism we see the symbolic act of Jesus Escape by Dying the first night and repeat the 'Calotabs serve the double purpose-of
jS third or fifth night if needed. 'a"purgative and diuretic, both of
dedicating himself to the work of' redemption That cancer Is not common among How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatmentof

through the cross, or the act primitive people is now explained' throw off a cold? First, Calotabs Is colds.

Whether the RemedyYou of consecration on his part to the'workof mainly on the ground that they do one of the most thorough.and; dependable Calotabs are quite economical:
the world his death of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family
saving through not live long enough to die of ,this
for thus cleansing the intestinal tract of
are taking t package, ten cents for the trial
and resurrection. His did not
baptism disease. the and
germ-laden mucus I toxins package. Adv.)
Headaches, Neuralgiaor mean his obedience to the law of God.

Rheumatism Painsis but his entrance upon the sacrificial

work which on the cross of Calvary
SAFE is Your Doctor. '
made a real foundation for full righteousness I : -

.Ask HimDon't f

2. His anointing (v. 22). As he thus : a::
: i'
Entrust Your dedicated himself to the task of bring- : k 1 :

ing In a righteousness, he ,was anoint-
Own or Your Family's with the Holy Spirit.

Well-Being to Unknown 3. The heavenly recognition (v. 22). ;; tZz: :
Preparations This act of devotion to the divine will I e2 : 4 \

was attended by the declaration of Y 'x'
divine approval. "Thou art my: beloved r ib' -'
you take any prepara--
BEFORE don't know all about, Son; in thee I am well pleased." 7, : ,

for the relief of headaches; or the II. Jesus' First Conflict With the /

": z: pains of rheumatism, neuritis 01 Devil (Luke 4:1-13)).

neuralgia ask your doctor what he Jesus went from the place of anoint-
thinks about it in comparison
ing and heavenly recognition as the
-. with Genuine Bayer Aspirin.We .
say this' because, before the Son of God to meet and to spoil the

j& discovery of Bayer Aspirin, most arch enemy (Heb. 2:14). Instead of

so-called "pain" remedies were ad- the temptation, therefore, being a

>' vised against by physicians as being preparation for his messianic work, it

'.." bad for the stomach; or, often, for was a demonstration of the inseparableness -

.: the heart. And the discovery oft of the divine and human na I I .
: Aspirin largely changed -
: ,l" Bayer } tures in the incarnation. It is to be "
.... medical practice. ,...,. "
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noted that the Holy Spirit, not Satan
-'Wi'!.'. Countless thousands of people
led Jesus into the wilderness to be br: t
. :j who have taken Bayer Aspirin year r... .
" :'.,!.' in and out without ill effect, have tempted. '

t proved that the medical findings 1. The place (v. 1). It was In the 1.':' .t. S .5.,

about its safety were correct. wilderness of Judea. The first man, t ,
Remember this Genuine Bayei : .
: '' SELF
Adam, was tempted in a garden, with
Aspirin is rated among the fastest r
methods yet discovered for the relie) the most pleasant surroundings. The f. ,::"

,of headaches and all common pains second man, Jesus Christ, was temptedin i t.., I I I iI -,+ cLEae c '
and safe for the average person a barren wilderness,. surrounded by f 4

5 5 to take regularly.You wild beasts (Mark 1:13). O

can get real Bayer Aspirin at 2. The method (vv. 2.12). Christ as : _' ;.'>rM4yov'

any drug store -simply by never the world's Redeemer sustained a ./",',., ,"",","'ffl.., ." ".'r9./o/y.. '! _.. ..'$ ,>: ._."," ,,, >,,.. .._-_ ....:,.".,..",:: .,. ":
asking for it by the name "aspirin"alone "l -'p- ,
:f r '.: threefold relationship: the Son of man, '" 4V > ... _./ 'v'"p. 4 )i"V '
'a t' but always saying BAYER "V 1 t I i
'; ASPIRIN when you buy. the Messiah, and the Son of God. ) FOR CARS
,,'' Therefore, Satan made each one aground
': 4.40/4.50/4.75-21. .$ 7.85
f of attack I
| Bayer Aspirin .1.1 HE best New Year resoutionyou'I '.,',
a. As Son of )man (vv. 2.4). Satan 4.75/5.00-19. .. .. 8.50 ,
,-'r:, made his first assault upon Jesus as a
make is to car truck tractor '4.50/4.75/5.00-20. 8.35
AAYEDonl can put your .
iff. man by appealing to the Instinct of j
: .. .. .... IO.55
';iii hunger. Satan urged him to use his 52555017. .;
farm vehicles Firestone
and all on
..J.i} divine power to convert a stone into your :, 5.25/5.50-18 .... .. 10.65 .

bread. Hunger is natural and sinless. Ground Grip Tires. 6oo: -16. . :. .. .. 11.95 .:;:
? be Real human life experiences hunger.
The appetite of hunger was normal
Tormentedby These remarkable tires make their own
r; I' ( Quick and right. The temptation was to sat 44045047521. .$ 9.80 '

';i VitI' ''unbelievableBreak isfy a right hunger in a wrong way. road wherever they go. That is why they. 4.75/5.00-19 .. .. .. 1O.6O :
J.6 follows! the To have yielded In this case, thoughhis .
::1.. J.I hunger was desperate, would have ',' 4.504.755.0020. 1O.35
': 1, will take your car or truck through mud, .....
,' If''' Ressinol been to renounce the human limitations 5.25/5.50-17. .. .... .&...50
. : which he had taken for sins. To
our snow, or unimproved roads and you 5.25/5.50-18 .. .. .. .. 12.75 'J
divine to human
:tt use power satisfy ''' 3'
1 ,. needs would have been to fail as Savior will not need chains.On 6. O-16. . .. .. .. 14.15

a i: that and Mediator. To do right in a S .' 1 Other' Sizes Priced Proportionately Low .
up wrong way Is to fall.
'- tractors 'and farm implements, ;
; b. As Messiah (vv. 5-8). Here the "

.I"J';' 'w'.1_-...-.._ -\ temptation was to grasp his rightful Ground Grip Tires ena bI" to do more: I j FOR TRUCKS T ..

:'., t. 11 II.ar--;::; dominion by false means. The devil : 32x6 Truck Type,. ....$2765

'-:' ...f.I fJiijIPerhars / offered to surrender unto him the work in less time at a considerable saving in ;: 32x6 H.D.. .'. .. 36.25
world, If he would adopt his method- '

p. the surest way to prevent a cold worship him. The force of this tempta- fuel. The flexibility of the Gum Dlpped i ,6.00-20. .:.... .... 16.95
from catching hold"and getting worse is, ; .
at once, to Cleanse Inter- tion was In the fact that the kingdoms ( \ '- .. .. 6.50-20. ... .. .. .. 21.95 ..'

w.it.te... FREE na//y.// Do it the pleasant teacup of the world are Christ's by God's cove cord body cushions the shocks of rough going 7.00-20 .... .... ... 29.IO ,
nant with him. God's method by which
't Flush the system \
SAMPLE withahotcupofGarfieldTeathemildeasytotake way. Jesus was to possess the world was and protects costly equipment, against j 7: 0-J-. ; .. .. .... 3520

GARfiElD CO. Dept.TEA 62 the sacrificial death on the cross. The 7.56/24. . .... .. 39.00

Brooklyn.; N.Y. liquid I laxative.At c!rug-s t OI' s temptation which Satan Is placing upon vibration and breakage. They make j 8.25-20 .. .. .. .... 49.30 ;,)'
the church today is to get possessionof
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the world by means than that equipment roll easier, reducing draft more ,

,.., of the cross.c. t 9.00.20.: . . . 60.75 rS

Y'W U-7 3-3( As Son of God (vv. 9-12). Here than 50%. OrherSizesPtlcedProportlonoldyLow, ,
',; Satan tries to induce Christ to presume \;

'.' upon God's care. He quotes a messianic !- No farmer can afford to be without-

f v.! ; psalm to Induce him so to act. FOR TRACTORS .

' To do the spectacular thing In'order Ground Grip Tires. See your nearby Firestone GROUND GRIP TYPE ,;.
; is to fall Into Satan's
'J to get publicity
with backache ? : temptation. For Jesus to have placed Auto Supply and Service Store or Firestone : 5.5046.$11.05. '

himself In danger in order to get God's -
I 7.50-18..i.... .. 1745
special help In delivering him would Tire Dealer today and resolve to end
; kidneys function badly end your :
; WHEN 90036. .. .. .. o.. 7395
suffer a nagging backache, have been to sin. To test God as to .
! with dizziness, burning, scanty or too whether he will keep a promise is the traction troubles with Ground Grip Tires. .: l1.25.24. 66.60

frequent urination and getting up at greatest distrust; it Is to sin and fall. f CHEVRON TYPE '

night; when you feel tired, nervous, d. Christ's defense (vv. 4. 8, 12). It .

all upset. use Doan's Pills.Doan's was the Word of God. He met every 0 0 0 .. 5.50:16.' ..p :,.A......$ 9.40 \
: for
J' especially
are poorly
.;. : working; kidneys. Millions of boxes onslaught of, the enemy with "It Is _. 7.50-18.. ............. 1485
written. Our defense Is Gcd'a Word.
are used: every year. They are recom Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard 9.00-36. ...... .... .. 62.85CrooksorNelsonEddywithMargaretSpeaksMonday
mended the country over. Ask your May every Sunday Schoolteacher and
neighbor! believer know how to use It. ; 11.25-24. ......... .. 56.60 -
.. .
e. The Issue (v. 13). Satan was van evenings over Nationwide N. B. C.-WEAF Network Othtt Slits Priced Pro lonolely Low
quished. If we but trust God and usehis
1936, P.T. &; R.Co.
Word, we too can overcome the

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a couple of domestic 'animals, with-' four (44) South] of Range, Thirty- .- I

The Clewiston News out urdenin' myself with tryin' to two ((32)) East, and I
The East 'Half .(E 1-2)' of Section I
carry a flock of politicians on myshoulder. h.V
and all of Sections
Eighteen ((18)
Of course( just because Report of the Condition 'of -
Twenty ((20)),. Twenty-eight (28), ,
I've got a kind, heart or weak mindor
Thirty (30) and Thirty-two ((32)) ;
Published every \Friday in Clewiston, somethin'. To hear some .of these of Township Forty-four (44) Southof

Florida, by. the CLEWISTON.NEWS, guys; talk you'd think I was Mr. Range Thirty-three: (33)) East, The FirSt Bank of Clewifton

Inc. Hercules.. containing 5,120 acres, more or
Last week I stated that Mr. CoHn less .

English of Ocala had a pleasant personality as the heirs, devisees' legatees, At Clewiston in the State of Florida
grantees, or otherwise by thru or
Bowden and seemed to be
Editor kickin'
s 1,
under theabove named defendants, at the close of business December
up some dust in the race for Super- 31, 1935
or any of them:
intendent of Public Instruction, but
It appearing from the returns on p
the ink ain't dry before Mr. ClaudeC.
the summons issued herein and the
Entered as second class mail mat- ,Jones of Arcadia comes alongwith
affidavits and other proofs on file '
:. tar' February 1, 1927, at the Post a dust storm that liked. to chok- in this cause, that ,the Defendants. I. Resources

Office In Clewiston, 'Florida, under ed me to death an' after listenln' to Florida International Realty Com- _,

the Act of'March' 3, 1897. Claude for an hour and a half Iwouldicertainly pany the, A State Corporation of Florida under;' The the Compass lawsof I Loans and Discounts ". .. \- $ '52,876.80United .
be unappreciative
: an ?
audience If I didn't lower the odds Corporation, A Corporation under -II States Bonds '. . 68,900.00
the Laws of the State of Florida ,j,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. to where he can be classed asa, fav- ; and Elmar Realty Company, A County and Municipal Bonds 20,000.00

Advertising rates on application. orite. But I've:: still got Bill Cates, Corporation under the Laws of the! All Other .

Bucholz and Cawthon hear fromso State of Ohio, have failed to appoint I Bonds, School ,

what? agents and that their officers and j f Warrants . . 9,941.67
advancement and
Devoted to the agents are unknown, and that the
And I don't know' what it is about |
and Hendry residence of the other Banking House Furniture and
welfare of Clewiston the State Treasurer's job that makesit defendants as II ,
set forth above is unknown, or that '
County. so attractive but it seems that the they are non-residents of the Stateof Fixtures . . '. 6,055.85 i
busy ;bodies why go around urging Florida, as set forth above Other "
; Real Estate Owned t
others to run for this ;or that office It is thereupon ordered that each '
Wasn't' It last Friday that the pave certainly fired a lot' of birds of the above named defendants is Cash on Hand and Due

Florida oil-well was to have been with ambition and In consequenceMr. hereby required to appear in the

"brought in"? Lancaster, Mr. Baldwin, Mt. Get- above styled cause on Monday, the from Banks . ". . 85891.24 .
zen and maybe Moore have answered 3rd. day of February, A. D.1936, A :
it. to Leesburg' to produce Rule day of said Court, at'the': office '
Leave express
"Why Nott? Now I might
that much sought after product, the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of TOTAL . .?:: ". $251 1 ,314.66 :
the opinion that Mr. Lancaster was ', \ : ;
Hendry County, Florida, in the w *
squirtless grapefruit. '
out In front, or that 'Cyril Baldwinwas #
Court House of said County La- -
leadin somebody by a nose, but *J. "
areget Belle, Florida, to the Bill of Com-
Candidates for Governor you would probably 'reply "I think plaint filed 'against them by The '
ting more plentiful than the well- KNOTT" and that would bring Florida Land and Timber Company, Liabilities ;

known Carter's pills. MOORE talk, so quit botherin'. me A Corporation, the same being a bill

an' do, your own crystal ,gazin1. for the foreclosure of a. 'mortgage up- Capital Stock Paid in ;'
The world's eighth wonder. The Now comes Dan Chappell of MI- on the above described 'lands; other- {

license tag dead-fine was not ex- ami with the announcement that he wise the allegations of the said Bill Common '. .. . $ 1 5,000.00 I ,

tended past January 15. REALLY' gonna 'run for Governorand will The be Clewiston taken as confessed News, A Newspaperof by you. Surplus Fund '. ;.20,000.00

please could I say 'somethln general circulation, printed and Undivided Profits (Less Expenses
In spite of scary, weather Wednesday about him 'In my column. Now Dan published in Hendry County, Flor- -

warm weather continues andit Is a nice guy and I like him and all ida, is hereby designated as' the and Taxes Paid) / 5001.78

Is to be hoped that all cold 'weather that, but If I were to employ'even Newspaper in which this order shall Reserve Fund
Is over for this year. one;:little adjective In connection be published once a week for four Contingencies 7,963.96

with, his name that might be con- consecutive Done and weeks.Ordered this 2nd day Deposits ,: ." . . 202,627.71 '
Major Bowes will have us'all strued .asj favorable by any one or all
of January; A. D. 1936. All Other Liabilities 721.21
drinking dated coffee in spite, of I of the other 763 candidates, I'd havea W.: T. HARRISON, I .
ourselves before long. And 'from the war on my hands that would makeMr'Selassie's I _:
Circuit Judge, Hendry
good advertising Florida has been look like a friendly debate County, Florida. I TOTAL .. ..-. 251314.66:
getting :on 'h'ia radio programs 'we so while Dan will be "heard I
almost owe it to him and his, spon from" I guess I'll have to' let him FORT MYERS, FLA. 1

sors., do his; own talkln'. Attorney for Plaintiff.Jan. c ,

\ An' I hear that Mr. Turner Butler 3-10-17-24-31, 1936 5t. I STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF HENDRY: SS: ,

Despite the fact that a ,poll has has;took his hat out of the ring and .
: I, Elbert, ,L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-namedBank. ,
disclosed that only 3.8 pec cent of Is wearin' it again so you can FOR SALE-Excellent business cor- "
,, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the
the voters of America favor the "scratch" him but it won't leave any ner on statei: g ..way.No'. 25. best of my knowledge and belief, and that it is in response to,

Townsend 'Plan'as it- stands today' we deficit' In the grand total of candi- South east corner, Miami canal with official notice' to. report, by the Comptroller of the State of .
still contend that it will be: one of dates as the little bird that goes mercantile buildings and dwelling Florida. ;
the major factors In political races 'round'.i lUn' things states that Gab- Lake Harbor. Write M. I, Johnson, : .., ELBERT. .L STEWART: Cashier, .. :. < <,:.'
will ; '.('' J ,. ._:.. ,. .,_..., .. ,
this year. ,,_ by Knowles go to the post while 536 Rush St., Chicago: 111. I :: :; ; ,
Treadway aad Carlton are still con- CORRECT-ATTEST .,;. ',,' -r"- !

Henry Ford may be getting up In sidered among the possibilities. In
C. 'L. DOWNS, '
but, he's still keeping aheadof the meantime, the Ethiopian Horse '
years ATHLETE'S FOOT C.. .V. PARKINSON, j. ) ',
the times. He's working now on has yet to announc'e.And ?, ELBERT ) .,
a "flivver" plane powered by a 'V-S : In closin'-may I again remark .Beware tf Athlete's Foot Directors.' '. ? .'" ,
engine and probably In a' few years (that while I may be In the (sort, itchy fat and. toes) I

,they'll be flying around as thick as Lion's Den, ''I ain't no Daniel, and Steward br .using lOOT.Fur. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day. of,
TAe OM application, fE, '
Model T's were not so many years I I'm not 1 havin' any better luck with January, 1935. .
r. guaranteed remedy, for
, ago. what 'the".handwritinI says than Mr. Athlete's Foot., FOOT-FREN is (SEAL) E. J:: SHELLEY:, Notary Public, State of

I BelshazzaC? had. The third word on qvkk in action, and positive Florida at Large. My' Commission Expires

Another terrible wreck of an airliner '! the left ')looks to me like "Hodges"but .to mutts. ,Use FOOT-FHEM, and_ be sate I Oct. 15, 1937.

this week in Arkansas and the a guys across the table says It's At rfr-g stores .or sent direct on receipt. of

.'. progress of commercial aviation receives .- "Hooey"-; '|o you'll have to do your price 50 cents. ,
.:' another set-back. Few people own In.ter- etln'. Now may I be ex- FOOT-FUN COMPANY Waverly Hall Georgia I

: pay attention to stories of the millions cused? > .
+ ', of miles these liners fly with- .j -'-

.:. out accident but when a crash oc- --

; curs everyone sits up and takes no- ORDER OF PUBLICATION

r: ,tice. Accidents must happen occasionally IN, ''THE CIRCUIT, COURT IN AND a CCI FOR SALE H :

and this Is specially true FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR- : ,
w,' when machinery is considered. IDA, IN1 CHANCERY.THE : '..

:. TIMBER FLORIDA COMPANY LAND, A AND Cor- :: :: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment ;; _

.......HMHIMH0MHHHMMHHKHMHToo poration, .. 'ji' .'. :
Plaintiff, .i. ... !. 's'
.. .. I .

;7: : Late To Classify FLORIDA' versus'INTERNATIONAL .. .'s.;. I.:::.: x's' 's''s'VV :

.' REALTY COMPANY, A 'Corporation XX A
J3y CJussell KayRIItIIIiIIti11NIlARMtl1ltIIII1r Ar
.' .: Etc., 'Et Als., + + yt

: .,:, ( >tIIiARR>. Defendants.. CASE NO. 730.' .'s.. '.s'. { ..:'.. J.: '3
It + :
Whew! Wait a minute folks 'till THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: VV : x

-, I stop and mop' Tny fevered brow! Florida International Realty Com- yYyy k 't' :_
' .' pany, A Corporation under the Lawsof
,' .
t If you think these here candidates yyy
the State of Florida
: with princi-
': aren't plenty serious, you just ought pal place of business In Miami, Dade '. 's' ,':' ,f.

to sit around'my office for an hour County, Florida;. : :s: : ...;. ..:.
J X : '
i .'. or two and listen to 'em "get me The Compass Corporation, A Corporation .L 'il ; ( ':. 's'
,<' told." It seems that 'no matter what under the laws of' the Stateof .. 5 yX
4F. I, say it's wrong. Florida: with Principal place of ': : q yu: i .s' .:.
I xx X
{: : '. However, one of 'em 'paid me a business' In Miami, Dade County., + x'N .
Florida, ; .. .s. .s.
f swell compliment, although he was- 's.t
:: Elmar Realty,Company, A Corpo- + X
-i; ', n't, tryin' to do it at the t1.!.me. He '
, .' ration under ;the Laws of the Stateof : .s' .s,
.: '. said my fool column ,was nothin' buta Ohio, authorized ,to do businessIn y y
::" ; lot' of, a certain, particular kind of the State of'Florida; Y t ?

is nonsense. And, you know that's 'just Ethel Pruitt, ,if Single, and, if I i !! ,

'what I've been tryin' to make it all married, har \husband, whose nameis A A 'p

along. Of course now and then a unknown, whose. residence' is unknown x y y
little horse-sense may !slip 'In, but ; ". A : y
74 generally speakin I never intend it Maud L. ;Baker, if Single, and, if A A

to be taken too seriously. married,' her 'husband, whose nameis A A y
unknown, whose residence is un- a ;
We've got plenty of smart guys .. 's.
known ;
., : like Brisbane, Babson and others Dorothy; Donovan, Trustee, and i *; ."; ,s., .'s'.'

feedin' you deep stuff, without a her husband, whdse name Is un- ... +. .s :i:.
poor dumb country boy like1.me try- known, whose places of. residence are .:. .':. i s
In' to burden you with any serious Unknown; \ t 's.y
.. ..
thought food. Cedric .1. PriebeV and, if married .s. .:. $ ''s.' .

a Three candidates for governor Mrs. Cedric J.: Priebe, whose further' A .:. A 's.AA :.
Yy I
is residencfis
came i' mpin' ii my office this wrek name
+ I
Kings County, New York; .
snarlin' an' phowin' '0 .s'
'" I said this or that their about teeth some-because If married Virginia,,.M.her Spltlgr husband, If, whose single,name and, :_: :_: Pay The"' Balance] 'Like Rent I:: :;: i

body else an' didn't say such an' Is unknown, whose *esidence is 402 + X
such about them. All of''em accused!! Beach 25th. Street/: Far Rockaway. ::: :;: WE. HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES : f

''' me of bein' a paid hireling of some New York;, Ej:;:; YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME, I: :i:
And all in- ,
.. candidate but the tunny part of it parties claiming any
Is they all charged, me with supportin' terest in and to the following de-

a different man. I'm, tellin' you scribed lands in- Hendry County' Ii Clewiston Home Building Associationt H
Florida to-wit :
it's a hard life. : ,,
j "The North ',JIaJJi? rpf Section I I.r"
As far as me supportin' anybody :
Twelve (12) ; all of "Section 'Twenty- {. 'i' PHONE 102 :: 's-
,in particular, I got about all I'can four (24)), Twenty-six (26) and: ... I ..s. .'s'I. ;#
do supriortln, a, wife and kid pIUs Thirty-six (36), of Township Forty- '

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::, \':.' ............................................................;............................_- ...."........1 Mrs. V. E. Bryant and daughter, Joyce Bullen, Mayme Johnson. rie, Francis Wright. I ,I II I r J. M. COUSE .
:' :i: Carolyn, of Moore Haven, and Mrs. Third Gtade Spelling Monthly II i I

1.; Personal MentionC. Fred O'Brien 'and son, of Westboro. Caroline Selee, David Belcher, Correction j
: Counselor
, :: and ,Attorney at Law
_ 1 s; Mass., were visitors: in Clewiston Nora Oglesby. Hervey Bourne who has'' been attending ;

"' ...:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:+:...:..:..:. Tuesday. Third Grade Honor 011- St. Francis de Sales schoolIn Hopkins Building; '. J

E. Nail spent Tuesday in Pom- Annette Simpson Christine Red- Buffalo, N. Y., has entered the '. !

on buslnets. M. G Langford of Lake Butler vis- ish, Elsie Bembry, 'LaDeen Peters, eighth grad.. Wednesdays and Satl1rdaIII"?' :
pano Silva, Topper, Parmelia I
Ralph Bobby '
ited Tuesday and Wednesday of this -- 9:80 to 4:00 .
Bourne, Willie Smith, Sue ,
': J. M. Pruden, of Tampa, was a week with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law- Von1\lach'l H. A. Davis has replaced Mr. :
I .
Fourth Honor Roll-
business visitor here this week. rence. Mr Langford is a former principal Tucker as janitor of the school. Mr. ---- ----
Eric Belcher, Billy Red lshiemer,
of the Clewiston school. Tucker has gone to Tampa where he
Philip McLeod, Marianne Jones, Bil- L. B. MershonAGENT
Chas. K. Tabor of St. Louis; Mo., will play in a symphony band. ,
ly Perry. .
r was here on business Friday. Mrs. Hoomes Rich', Mrs. Sam -- ,i')

Houser, .Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Mrs. H. Fifth Grade- Monthj Sports-- .

.';;: ,. ; Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brown visited. O. Peters and Mrs. V. A. Allen spent James Howard, ;Elbert Hooker, The boys of ,Clewiston High are J New York Life

:; ;. in 1Uamt'over the week-end. Tuesday In West Palm Beach. Mrs. Bernard Leiter, David Smith, Gloria forming a basketball team. Although]
McDuTfie, Janice Brantley, Anne
--- Mobley remained for a short, visit .late in starting the season a sche- Insurance CompanyARCADIA

? F. J. Silks, of Lakeland. spent the with friends there. Pafford. dule has been received and we will '
Irene Neighbors rom Pensacolahas FLORIDA
week-end in Clewiston. ,
belong to the, league of which Moore

,Allen Henderson, ,. who has been entered the fifth grade. Haven, LaBelle, Alva, Everglades, --------...- ,- ,. .- ----. ---, .. .

ati N. B. Peake,' of Birmingham, Ala., connected with the U, S. ,Engineers I. David Smith has moved ,to La- Fort Myers Junior High, Naples, ::N:N:N:N.:.:..:N.ti.N.N:N.N.N.N.NS. ':1.:N:N:N:N:N:NM:N.
was a business visitor here Monday. at the sub-office here for the past Belle. and Boca Grande are members.It V v

<, year,. left the first of the week for Sixth G 'ale- Monthly was decided that we join the :;: New and Used :S:

Owen G, Fields, of Tampa, was Tucumcari, New Mexico, where he John Bethea,' Gus Cantrell, Hager I.
league, though the team has no !
transacting' business here Saturday. has been transferred to the district Lowe,. Beulah Guthrie, Edna Leiter, funds the boys are going to try to _f: FURNITURE !
Eleanor Selee. I
office of the U. S. Engineers. handle the financial situation them I
R. W: A. Duncan, of Frostproof, 7th & 8th Grade--

-. was here on business Friday.Mr. MRS., COLLINS ENTERTAINS Edythe Watton, Mary Warren, !selves.; I II
held Mon
I The first practice was BELLE GLADE I
WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON Richard Patterson, J. D. Hooker, tobe ,, .
: .. and C. F. Goodman, of day night with Ed Clark, who ,is f
Louis Leiter,
Margaret Von Mach, .
here the we k-QLd. -- coach, in charge. The team is ,inexperienced -; : i fIV
;' Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained Julia Ann Oglesby, Renee Wethington but we have fine material :

Wednesday with .a bridge luncheon Barbara An'n'Smith, Dicky ?
R. E. Kurtz, of Fort Myers, was! that would develop into a good I I :: ::
Owen. ,
honoring B. C. Flaniken.Mrs. : ; Belle Glade Florida =;
business visitor here Wednesday. basketball team. The boys were put .. .. .
a R. N. Miller the high
won High School Honor Roll-Seniors .s. .
through the fundamentals Monday *
---' score prize, a manicure set; Mrs.I) Vincent Oglesby, Florine Moore ::. Next Door To Theatre j .
Fort night. Another practice will be held .
F Richardson, of Myerswas

A.a business ,visitor here Wednes. Ho6mes set of Rich glasses.was The low honored and receiveda guest Juniors Katherine Wiandt. Wednesday night. Uniforms are to be I i, x..:............-...... ..........................................................-................::::...
issued .
Wednesday.The I
day. was given a .baby set., Bob Patterson, Louise
Bussey. candidates this are Ed
A salad ( baked custard'and year i,
course; Jsophomorcs 'Charles Roberts .11IIIII............. ....... ............'.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle spent coffee was served to Mrs. Hoomes I Clark, Bob Patterson, : : : : : ) : : : : : ): : : : : : .

r; Thursday' afternoon i n West Palm Rich, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Leslie I Gladys Willis, Ethel Willis, Dor- Pete Moltz, Conrad. Clark, Car-I.
othy Bethea, Frank. Ray, Carlisle lisle Redish, Junior Cowen, Bill
Beach. : Miller and Mrs. Flaniken. 1 I ,
Redlsh. Owen Junior Waldron,
I II Leroy Hare
FreslunenIvan James Winn, Jack Wynn. and Sid I Good FarmLand .
;, L. A. Turner is leaving this ,week .
Cowen? George Smith, Bill McGehee.
Alabama. I Clewiston School News I !I Owen, Billy Hooker, Bernice Guth- (Continued on Page: 8) ;

-- .
Mr., and Mrs. J. ,H. Miller, of Can- I.
al' Point, visited here Saturday ev Florine Moore, Editor

ening. '." -. Louise. Bussey, Associate Editor I for Rent '

.4 a -: F O R SALE :-"- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henricksen Bob Patterson, 'Sports .Editor
: spent several days in Tampa this I .

week. HONOR ROLLS-WEEK & MONTH .1 ;, Dairy .and Retail Milk .RouteA .

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> :
,;,? James A. Dew, of West Palm Second Grade--Weekly-

Beach was a business visitor here Seven children' in the first grade '
: going concern now milking 20 Guern
::, Wednesday., were neither absent nor tardy dur- Trespassers

:.:.( ing the first semester of school. 'and'Holsteins Additional .

.tJ\: ; : R.' H.. Shoemaker of Washington.. They are: Mary Ellen Smith, Gracie seys some pure-breds.. I _i Will Be
15.r.: D: C., was a business visitor here Ward' : Helen Davis, Jacqueline Bled- .20" head dry cows and: 'heifers' and \

i. ::.":" :Monday. soe, Betty Ruth Walton, Patricia' ., ,Prosecuted ,. ; .
;':J. Bailey and Nancy Wright.2nd 'I pure-bred Guernsey bull. : "
i 1 \
f" )
( Miss Evelyn Hare and Miss VIrgie Grade Spelling Honor Roll- ;. .. : .' I 't J. ,
\:' i O'Bannon visited .friends in LaBelle Nora Oglesby, Dalton Carr, Caroline -I :

'1\:, Wednesday Selee, Margaret. Van de Velde, I : -
J Wilma Tingle, Shirley Moon, James I 40 acres on main highway.. ,.Modern.plant: I. ;. :;

Joseph H: Strunk, of Fairbanks- Ricks, David Belcher, Idabell''' Collins and I '.'
\ equipment. Located near best pa -roIl.
- Morse Company of Miami, was here James Smith, Noley Geig'erBllly .

7' Friday on business.Mr. Maynard,. Esther Brewer, : .. '.' The
in .South Florida
city ,. .: ; .
: :
:' and Mrs. B., C. Flaniken and ,. :. ; .: i I' .. '
Beverly were visitors ,in West Palm FOR SALE-Unfurnished house. '. *. ,' .; .. "' : ClewistonCODlpany

Beach Tuesday. Four rooms and bath on Sagamore See, ., .'., "
Street. Terms reasonable or will ,
rent.. Agent.
Communicate with C. M. Little- :
Mr. and Mrs. B. 'J. Schroeder and
john at Camp Roosevelt, Ocala or Hopkins Building ., Clewiston Fla.
son, Joe, visited friends in Moore .
see 0. H. Roberts at U. S. Engineer : t ;t

Haven Tuesday... evening. office. I ........................................................................................r lIP' '"

I a91 .1.11
Miss Joy' Willingham, Ward' Roberts -.1 1.1.1r

z and' Richard Yoder, of Moore I
:. Haven, attended a show here Tues-: r .( 91 11> MIDII[ I II I I I f [ I I II : ll i i, l ll l lF 'j

day night.
t ';'

Ben Herr, engineer for'the 'Okee- .1',' ').
frIA1ONTH'1'. !I' (
"' ', chobee Flood Control District of ; I I

:; West Palm Beach, is. a business visitor 1'1
.h., .: here today. .

i. ::
..,_ H. R. Hall and A. A. Munroe leftijX '

f > this morning on a business trip 'to !! .'

t. Tampa. They expect to return tomorrow bU1 :

i? now rs

,,' tCI ,
tJ> J
: Mr. and Mrs: W. W. Hitchcock of ;. I

':; .': Peoria, 111, and Miami, visited here

Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. .Ap New -
9 rl
Lawler and Mrs. J. L. Crabb. 4 S. s' ,; I II' Ilii II II .

t Dr: E., .M. L'Engle, State Directorof A { ) ,

the National Reemployment: Service 4 a TO 'ioJ'l; i .

of Jacksonville: spent several, / I;' :r.

t. days here this week. After usual low down payment FORD 1 \/ eJ tfJ, : '

0 .
r : ;'''
.' '
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. BradnacX '

'. Mrs. E. J. Benson and Mrs. F.: II. of tl '
Sathre visited Mr. Sathre in Tampa pLA ij
% ,
ey this week. .. 1t NEB M.1'"" 1IIllIIlIIlimllllllllllmllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllmmll: '! lmllllllllllIlmllmllmmm!! lllllllll111111111UIIIliilIllfillhlIIIIIihCilili! ,! : iIIhiilhih'!!! ':!';IIIIIIIIIllmlII! [ :' !mID!II '
'U'ND'E CO .
'' Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Fr., CllED1Trft. .
f and Mr. and Mrs H. T. Vaughn vs- By
j ER5AL arrangement with Universal Credit Company '
' '.' Ited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. 'Vaughn, Ul.: "'' ,, IIIi!! Ford dealers n'ow make it easier than ever for you to
Jr., in LaBelle Sunday. new.1936 Ford V-8 model. Several)
,, Three own a car-nny

offer You 'new plans are open to you. All the plans bring you
Mr. and Mrs. 'Mack Greene and low-cost ) : of insurance 1
Dealers new financing-new compVJeness 1
Mar and Mrs Carr Settle of'Moore F ova dvaJ1.tages
A protection. .
Haven'were visitors in Clewiston ft -no ne "

Sunday. yTnetaopal5'en\. And even more important-an)' of il.-so plans b1' nga
> \ 5t111yoritb'aitet 1'1. you the greatest Ford car ever huilt. It Peers bo many

: P Mr, and 'Mrs. Leslie Miller moved : 1. N Lowct t6o/ \\1\11.a \>a\' fine-car features that it is being celled ."the most '

to Government, Reservation this \,5Y1notatbrttlunce ooSsb o0 total unl'l1 under-priced car in America". .
week, taking the house ,' 1 : :
formerly occupied -
by Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Train- \ 2.New Lot ot 1.% a ?aloe Arrange for a demonstration toda Learn for youruontbS I
or. inS\1t1\11CC: nnce- act a co\\\8 too; self bow many reasons tbere are ior wanting .a new

anee deductdamage totn Ford V8. Then get down to Jerine- find leant! how
; Ithctt $50
: (',ouooPlete ; Buck aseattbquake. easily you can own one through these Authorized
,. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lecklutner, S. lie fie.acpvetaGe .
{ottn Ford Finance Plans.
Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Montgomery and btoa ad l iona windgtot On' "

', Mrs. Herbert C. Trout of Reading,I. co.):>ine auCfa c'c\one.\111\\ and es\\OE .

;' Pa., were here Monday on' their wa r ia\\in\\; a,t\Ot.. LEn
,: I: 0, tlo<> IT U IE F ({; R. fi W B IE A
: home from Havana, Cuba. They are! tornaa .

;7' "; 'making an extensive| tour of the. .
'(' \: state. ....


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r Knitting'Fad,in Prehistoric !

Arctic Circle Settlement ,i .

Prehistoric knitting needles five- 1
teeth combs and spoons mammoth

bone have been found in an ancient

settlement near Obdorsk, northern

Siberia, by an expedition sent out by

the Institute of Anthropology and

Ethnography oC- the Academy of

Science of the U. S. S. R. It has ex-
cavated 12,000 articles pottery and I II
I bone some of which are unique. :
by The Penn Pub. Co. WNU Service I
Besides knitting needles combs and.
spoons, they Include miniature hoes "

CHAPTER XIIIContinued17 try out the experiment. Women are they walked back toward the Homestead even a shadow In our heaven. Kiss for tilling fields, pieces of melting I

said to be inquisitive, particularlythose hand in hand. II me, Marcia, and come and,meet Hortie. pots for metal, and bones of animals
and birds inhabitthe
wjilch no
"Jullen had saved conscientiously ; living in isolation. My advent Sylvia came running, to meet them Poor 'dear! He Is paralyzed 'with Yamal peninsula longer on which Ob

but Corlnne had been extravagant and could not but stimulate' questions. I and throwing her arms about Marcia fright at the thought of appearing Into dorsk stands. The numerous remains ,

let the major part of her earnings slip thought it would be art amusing ad- kissed her."Everything. your presence. I, left him hiding be- found shows that the peninsula I

through her fingers. He was now ask- venture to circumvent not only your Is all right-I can see hind the door. I could not coax him which is within, the Arctic'circle,

ing how much she had laid aside and curiosity but also that of the village."I that," she cried. "Oh I am so 'glad- out of the, house." 'was one densely populated.

to her consternation she found she placed scant dependence on fem so glad for both of you I believe 1 "How ridiculous! You must have I I

had almost nothing inine discernment and constancy. \ Just could not stand It If you were made me out an ogre."

"She was ashamed to face him. "When I went to the war I left behind not happy, because I am so, happy "On, the contrary I made you out Now You See It, Now YouDon't

"What could she say? a girl who pledged herself to love myself. Hortie Is here, you know. an enchantress. I told him you would
"She 'did not know what Impulse and wait for me. When I came back Didn't Stanley tell you? Why Stanley bewitch him. That's why he became ; 'and Then Chief DoesA

prompted her to take the jewels. She it was to find her married to my best Heath, aren't you ashamed to for- panic-stricken. Do be nice to him-

had never stolen before in all her life. friend. The discovery shook my con- get' all about Hortie and me? Yes for my sake. He really is a lamb." San Francisco lunch stand proprietor

The diamonds had been constantly in fidence in human nature and especially Hortie came this morning. We're eu- Sylvia stepped to the piazza. counted his money-$19 short.

her care and it had never occurred to in women to Its foundations. I gaged. See my ring !" "Horatio" called she Imperiously. He counted it agaln-o. K. He repeated -

her to appropriate them. It had beena derided love vowing I never would "Ring! repeated Heath. "Mercyon "Come out here right away and meet the process and called Police :
sudden mad temptation created by marry and be made a puppet of a :Captain Thomas B. Foster. I
us, Marcia, you must have a ring.I your Aunt Marcia. And please Stan-
the need of money and she had yieldedto second time. cannot allow this young sprite of a ley, forgive me for mistaking you fora "You, count it," he said. "I'm going :
it without thought. Scarcely were 'f "The remainder of the story you I crazy." t
niece to 'outdo you. I am afraid was bandit. I'm dreadfully mortified.
the gems in her possession before she ,know. not'as foresighted as Mr. Fuller how- Still, you must admit circumstantial Foster counted the money-O. K. J I

regretted her action and longed to "1 stumbled a stranger. Into your ever. Still I can produce a ring, suchas evidence was strong against you. All He counted it again $19 short. Then

undo it. She would have taken them home and instantly you set at naughtall It is. Here dear, you shall wear of which proves on what shifting sands he found a bill, $20 on one side, $1 i
had she not feared the conse preconceived theories of worn- the other.
back my this until I can something better." rest our moral characters !" on j

quences. She begged Julien should ""', ,......_ _,..._t, I.L-"... JI\
He slipped from his little finger the "Say rather our reputations, dear
not be told what she had done. If I
wrought-gold ring with its beautifully, child" Heath corrected.
her crime could be concealed from him
cut diamond. [THE END] 'FRIEND SOLVED I
she was willing to make any restitu- .
"I picked, this up in India," he said.

tion I demanded. "I am sure it will fit. Try it, Mar- Origin, of Mystic Shrine HEADACHES I
"Perhaps I was a sentimental fooL

Anyway I simply could not see it my' 1' cia." Dates Back to 644 A. D. 'Try Famous .
"I-I-do not need a ring, murmured I
hand the creatureover
duty to unhappy
she drawing back and putting her More than twelve hundred years ,agoa AllVegetableLaxative
authorities II
to the destroy
; + She Said
hands nervously behind her. small band of harried Arabs Impatient ,
future she
In her; wipe out the 1 with the slow of Headaches were making her
had set her heart upon. I felt If l "Of course you do," interposed Syl- processes miserable. She felt tired, j ,
chance she would make good. via. "How absurd A ring is part of Eastern justice determined to take listless,too.Then she found < I
given a
the law into their own hands, says a that Nature's Remedy(NR ; .
/"Promising I would remain silent, being engaged. Tabletsreallycorrectedher ;i,,
writer In the Washington Star. intestinal sluggishness. NR %
; %
I pocketed the gems and came away. "A very very small part" Marcia Tablets are a combination {
They gathered together at Mecca in ;
"Whether I acted rightly or wronglyI answered. of laxative elements provided .
Arabia in the of the and "" '. i
twenty-fifth year by nature ID plants
do not know."I "Nevertheless It is a part" the girl vegetables. Try them to i
Hegira (G44 A. D.), under the leader-
suppose by this time the two are insisted. "Come, don't be silly Let night. Note that they give
ship of the Mohammedan, Khalif Alee thorough cleansing action that leaves you refreshed 1
married and on their way to France.I : V Stanley put it on." and imngorated.This trial means so much
a son-in-law of the prophet himself. t
believe Corinne told the truth and, to you an*is so simple make.NR'scontain no tI
she Marcia's
Playfully caught hands
Their object was clear-to dispense phenol or reineralderivatives. ti
that under'other Influences she will become and Imprisoning them drew them for- i
justice and execute criminals who escaped Nonhabitform1 t
an excellent wife and mother..
ward. '
Only 25c- '
the penalties of the corrupt ing.
At least she has the opportunity."The all druggists. [
On the left
one glistened a narrow
courts of the time, after such. persons
other half of my tale-the half.
had been validly accused. t
I neither foresaw planned-is familiar -
"Jason's cried Sylvia. "Jason's They hound themselves to work !

to you. \ Take it off and give it to me. You speedily to work quietly, in order that BACKACHES Need Warmth
"The that drove out of
fog me
my- owe nothing to Jason. Even I, Jlowe, security and secrecy might be main Miserable backaches or muscle pains caused !
course; my subsequent shipwreck an( : would not have by rheumatism, neuritis, arthritis, sciatica ,-1 I
illness the coming of Currier, old you preserve longer tained. They pledged .themselves. to lumbago:and strain all respond instantly to I. :
; Q'
that worn out allegiance neither would three aims-punish the guilty pro'tectthe Allcock's I Porous Plaster. The glow of warmth
family servant ; the chain of circum- makes you feel good right away. Treats acheor l
my mother. The past is dead. You weak and tolera .
stances that brought the promote religious pain where it is. Insist on Allcock's I
upon me have closed the door upon it. You lasts long,comes off easi ly. Get relief.ormoney '
calamities from which I have just extricated .... back.25$ at druggists or"AUcockOs3ininz.N.Y. .
"" .' .. tion.Thus
myself-these are an old said so yourself. Never think of it began the Ancient Arabic,Or- ." V.'l4il :
As He Held Her in His Arms the again. You belong to Stanley now-to
story. The only thing that now remains der of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine ,
Last Shadow That Stanley and to no one else.
Separated international
an confraternity which
to clear my sky is for me to I
Them Melted Away. As she spoke Sylvia took the ring '
right myself with ;Marcia." today numbers millions of men in RHEUMATISM
anhood by in with from the older woman's hand and heldit
"That will be easy" smiled Sylvia. me an unreasoning every corner of the world. '

"I wish I thought so," was Heath's faith. You asked no ques- high in the air. :Many times the work of the organi- Free Trial Relief

moody answer. tions. You did not even exhibit a "The past is dead" she repeated zation was halted by revolutions In \

"Marcia is .no ordinary woman. Her legitimate curiosity in tt.e peculiar net- "and the last reminder of it-is-gone." the Oriental nations,' where it first K

understanding and love are measure work of circumstances that entangledme. There was a gleam as the golden flourished.

'. less. Love Mr. Heath forgives a You were a new type of being. andI band spun aloft and catching an in-

: great deal" regarded you with wonder. stant the sunlight's glory disappeared AffectionIt
, "Still I was not satisfied. I felt beneath the foam that marked the line
"I know Jt does. In, that lies my Is the nature of affection to be
only hope." that if pressed too far your trust In me of incoming breakers. Highly Magnified Acid Crystals
ever ready to render service to every-
would crumble and therefore I tried "Now, Stanley, put your ring upon No matter how long you have suf-
r.' one, to supply the evident needs of those fered, try tfi medical discovery
She was not in the house when at deliberately to break it down by throw- I her finger. It Is a symbol of a new about us, to divine their hidden needs ; Rutoxol, endorsed by 3,200 physiciansand
. last Stanley Heath overtook her but ing obstacles In its pathway. When life of -hope, of happier things. Isn'tIt many thousands of former victims I i
In a word to remove or alleviate the who now work,play and again enjoy life. '
t. suspicion closed in upon me I Poison acid crystals carried by the
far up the beach tossing driftwood you so, Marcia?
sufferings of others even at the ex- blood Into,body tissues and Joints cause
f into the surf, for Prince Hal to re to further tests by withholding the ex- "Yes Yes I" pense of our comfort and repose. Affection the pains, swellings, stiffness of rheumatism -
trieve. planations I could easily have made.1' neuritis, sciatica, lumbago.To .
: Sylvia drew a long breath ,is composed of little attentions dissolve and expel these acid
",r The man paused watching them. It was a contemptible piece of egoism crystals and so gain relief write to
"There Now we'll not be seriousa delicate kindness considerate fore- Dept. 1, Matthews Laboratories, 121 1
Hatless, her splendid body aglow -selfish and cruel-and dearly have I minute longer. This is the greatest thought; it may be translated by the W. 17th St., New York City for an abso-
with exercise Marcia had the freedom paid for it. But at least rememberthat .1 lutely Free Trial Treatment of RutoxoL
day of our lives. There must not be simple words "giving pleasure.
.;, and wholesomeness of a' young ath-- If I caused you suffering I have

. lete. Yet with all her strength and suffered also. .

/ muscular ease there was a grace unmistakably "For, Marcia through it all I loved BEFORE BABY COMES
'" feminine in her every move you. I recognized from the moment

ment. I first looked Into your eyes that

_. When she turned and saw him she a force mightier than ourselves Elimination of Body WasteIs .

. uttered a faint cry, but she did not advance drew us together-a force not to be Doubly Important

to meet him. Prince Hal did denied. Nevertheless so bitter had WE HOPE YOU HAVE In the crucial months before baby arrivesit

C. that racing up the beach uttering been my experience dared not yieldto is vitally important that the body be rid

shrill yelps of welcome as he came.A this strange new power. Instead I ENJOYED EACH IN- of waste matter.Your intestines must func-

second and the dog was again at opposed it with all my strength givingmy tion-regularlycompletely without griping.

Marcia's side and in this ecstacy of love reluctantly, fighting inch by Why Physicians Recommend

delight he continued to run back and Inch the surrender. I sensed to be In. STALLMENT OFF'HIS Milnesia Wafers

forth until Stanley Heath had covered evitable
These mint.flavored,candy-like wafers arc
the sandy curve that intervened and "You. on the other hand had like STORY pure milk of magnesia: in solid form-

himself stood beside her."Marciadearestl myself known betrayal but you had much pleasanter to take than liquid.Each

,f: have come back taken the larger view and not allowedit wafer is approximately equal to a full adult

-come to ask your forgiveness. I to warp, or mar your outlook on life. e dose liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

misjudged you cruelly the night we When love' came knocking a second thoroughly, then swallowed they correct
in the mouth and throughout the
parted and in anger spoke words I had time you were neither too proud' nor acidity
desire readers digestive system and insure regular, com-
no right to speak. Forgive me dear! too cowardly to answer It, but freely It is our to give our plete elimination without pain or effort.

Forgive me Can you?" gave your affection with the gladnessand I '
Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
'";, "I forgave you long ago-before yon sincerity so characteristic of you. several good stories during the 48, at 35c ana 60c respectively, and in
asked," she whispered. "I do not deserve such a love. convenient tins for your handbag contain :

"Forgave without understanding- "Beside the largeness of your naturemy ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately ;

how like you But you must not do own shows itself childish-a small, year, equal in value to books costing one adult dose of milk of magnesia. All '

that You have more to forgive In me poor thing for which I blush. good drug stores sell recommend them.
than you know, Marcia. I have been "Help me to erase the past."I $2.00 each. Start using these delicious, effective
$1.50 to
proud, unbelieving, unworthy of a love love you with my whole soul : ; anti-acid,gently laxative wafers today I

like yours. 1 have made you suffer dear. Everything !In me loves you. My Professional samples sent free to registered '

suffer needlessly. Listen to what I life is worth nothing unless you physicians or dentists if request is madeon

have to tell and then see if you can share it."Will professional letterhead Select Products, '
still forgive." :you? Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y. Q)
Watch for the beg nning.
Turning they walked slowly along "Ah, you need'not fear: Marcia. Syl- 35c & 60cbottles

the shore. via has told me everything. Beloved -

"I could have told you about the there Is not and never has been'a bar- of- a new story nextweek. ...

jewels and how I came by them at the: rier to our marriage. We have mis- 20c tins

outset had I not suddenly conceivedthe understood one another. Let us do so

idea of teasing jou. The plan to no longer Don't miss an issue, we

conceal my story came to me as a I "I am a free man-acquitted. Cometo :

form of sport-a subtle, psychological me and let us begin life afresh." know will enjoy i it. MII Me

,, game. Here 1 was pitched without She came then, ,swiftly.As you ,' "q? THOCAIECT ANTI/1CIU
ceremony into a strange environment he held her !In his arms the last
among persons who knew nothing ofmy : shadow that separated ,them melted -THE EDITOR
background. What would they away. The Original Milk of Magnesia Waters :

make of roe? How rate me when cutoff ;

from my real setting? I resolved to Under the glow of the noonday sun,

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The Family Skeleton ill, 1-= "..

>r..: REMINDS {EANTNE "Did you tell the Lord about: you'r 1'Coi A
yE5TELL being so bad arid ask his forgive :
; MUST ness? Inquired the -mother as- she "an
1 1TELL YoU !T HAVE ME WHAT NEXT To opened the closet door:' '

ABOUT THE LADY COME FROM IT WAS THE. BAD ONE "Ko/' ", responded' the little girl, I \LANTERN "I;

F. Y7HO FOUND A THE COMB-WELL THAT i WANTED -rith determination ; "I didn't think THIS is the with little the Coleman big c
DEIJTtST you would want such briJi: f
THE scandal It
? -' a llahtj Initutiysod
HAIR IM I A TAR od1'Ir r- I I. always ready for may .
known outside
A the m113.-Path- llgbtiJlg job in
; : op HONEY AND t PL1LL> D Binder.. '' : Just the light TOO need tot every outdoor any weather.DM. .. '
"i'V on the farm, for bunting, .
Goop ONE ?/ ftahlnfr. outdoor (port* t
vVHEt4 Hai genuine! Pyrex: bulge-type lobe, porcelain ren-
.'': 'tJlatortop nIckle-ylated fount,boiit-ln W Like
: ': i-Iis' .Money''Worth Coleman 1'.empa. H make and barn Iti own gai ;
from regular gasoline. It's a big "$. with yean
Restaurant Patron-This. stenk Is 'Of dependable lighting. service,for only$a.85.
not-very tender.. for FREE Folder.

Tired Walter-Well, did you expect THE COLEMAN LAMP -AND STOVE CX
Dept. WUIEO,Wichita Kana.;_ Los Angeles.Calif.:
! It- to put Its arms around your Chicago,lit: Philadelphia, Pa. (51M)

/ neck, and kiss you?-Pathfinder.

I Is Wise Guy MUSICAL?

Mrs. Gassaway-So your husbandhas

been deceiving you,"has'he?

.. Mrs. Gnaggs-Yes. I've been givIng -
m Wostern Newspaper Unlonh him a dime every day to ride

,. to work, and now I find out that he's /
-- eh
been walking and spending the mon-

It Would Bel! THEY DO THATiTTit Married Man ey.-Pathfinder Magazine.

''' Teacher-What's an animal peculiar "What hapuened to your nice lodger,

to America. Mrs Murphy?" I

Mary-The elephant. .. "Oh, I had to get rid of him. He Hl.THERE-HAVE 1 '

Teacher Why the elephant Isn't r told me he was a Bachelor of Arts ; ;

i. native to America. from Cambridge, and I found out he You TRIEDWRISLEY'S

Mary-That's why it would be peculiar had a wife and family in Nottingham. LATELY?

f _
"So your daughter Is-musical.* J!
+ "Yes.
"Don't worry, dear; he'll propose Chatty-Oh, he's so romantic. Whenhe -rh
Try Again, Doctor "Is"she going In for classical
again. addresses me he always calls me i
Doctor You should out bit and' ono work?"
- go a "
I. :Ye-es, but I'm afraid It will be to "Fair Lady.
get more excitement. What's "No. Jazzical."
your occupation "
? another girl. Catty-Force of habit, my dear. He'lla INot
street-car conductor.-The Sunday
Patient-Big game hunter. -
Sure to Come School Herald. Bending' Down

STICKING AROUND "Say," rgumbled the old graduate, -WHISPERS- "Goodness! How fat Betty Is get

"what's the big Idea of charging dou- o of ting." ,

ble for football tickets: this :year?" lee *. 1. "That's because-she dally doesn't."

"Huh !" retorted the man at the gate.

.f \ "With hogs so scarce and pork selling J ,
like It was diamonds, we naturally / ;;

have to pay more for our pigskins I. WRIGLEY'S
now."-Cincinnati Enquirer.

1 Beginning; Well 'fN PERFECT GUM JTHE
"Now that
Mary Jane has married

that big live stock dealer, I supposeshe

talks shop with him all the time?" '
,, Thimble:-There's that conceited Mrs "Yes; Just last night I heard her va
Pincushion. call him a plg.-Stray Stories Maga "Do you think this suit loud?"

Spool-Yes, she's awfully stuckup, zine. "Well, It Isn't exactly reticent"


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... '
PARKER WTLSON RETURNS craggy mountains to add to the eerie School News- .1 j three times of the house of repre-! ute capacity, I operating' against a.

: --. effect of the job. sentatives and a thorn In the side head of seven (7) feet, fully revers-

Parker T. Wilson, former pharmacist MacKenzie has over a mile of fin- I of the Sholtz administration duringthe ible; the construction of necessary-

'at Alston's Drug Store here ished section-a beautiful straight- (Continued from page: 5) I last session. His platform has suction and discharge bays, and the- r\r ,J

and manager of the Alston store in edge Job. Even the most uninformed Mr. Saunders of the Curtis Pub, not been announced but he indicatesthat installation vert. of a 60" discharge cul-

Moore Haven since its opening, returned cannot help but recognize here the lishing Company has enabled the' he will be pledged to a reduc- 2. Plans and Specifications are on
to Clewiston this week to of accurate work. Now I for athletic tion In the cost of state governmentwith
very acme school to earn money i file at the office of the Secretary of

work in the store here. R. B. Hen- he .has run Into a hurdle ,to leap; equipment by organizing a magazine;i adequate provisions for the the District, Clewiston, Florida, and

derson of Frostproof arrived yes- rock, lots of rock, and if you wantto selling contest. The school will receive -. schools and teachers, old age pen- may be procured upon the deposit of

terday to act as pharmacist in the call,lit conglomerate it's O. K. by half the money from each sub,:sions and other things of current in Five Dollars ($5.00). I

local store.Eight me, bu the dynamite boss will tell scription. \ terest. He also ,states in his announcement -( 3. The work is divided Into four
that he feels that sections. Bidders may submit bids
you different., The Monlghan and Mr. Saunders gave a very inter- a large I -
: on any or all sections, however, the
number of people are displeased with
Months the 50-B are stripping the top layer esting talk on the origin of paper, bid on each section will be consid-
the administration
present which he
of t'dlrt, called the overburden, making and the present process. I j ered separately.
from 'tjie four-foot-thick stratum, The contest will be over Monday} denounced over the radio and from 4. Each bid must be accompaniedby

(Continued from page 1) and a dynamite crew is busy shooting and we wish to .tl ank everyone who the floor of the house during the certified check for $50.00' or bid-

to pay teachers and janitors through;r ant breaking it up into piece? has helped the school and various> last legislative session. He also favors ders' bond for 10 per cent, of .amountof
November. This loan i with their subscriptions.' a reduction in taxes on real estate bid.
the month of the Monighan can handle. Nice rip individuals
and automobiles elimination of 5. The right Is reserved to
I reject
was granted at the bank Thursdayand rap for somebody. Along the edge ---- !
and all bids.R. .
boards bureaus useless any
local teachers are much happieras of this' section Mr. Mac has dug a On Friday afternoon, January 11, Y. PATTERSON,
the result. An amount of approximately by-pass channel for old man river; a the Clewiston amateur contest was a state ad.ertisingfund, state Secretary.Jan. .

$2,500 is still owed on the dam of dirt will be left at the end held. The program consisted tal-; aid to municipalities and the repealof 10-17, 1936.
the slot
original note. of the, finished section and cut ent from all twelve grads* .1 machine la\v./
All three of the
The 'clerk was instructed to writeto through when this new sketch is also This program not 'only afforded candidates are

Governor Sholtz urging him to completed. By the way, ,go down much amusement but served to display well known in this county but Tom- i
asello is perhap3 better NOTICE OF ANNUAL
have the State Superintendent'revise to Mr. Mac's job by Fort Thompsonnow. I the usual talent of some' ."of the
the greatest number. Mr. Chappellwas LANDOWNERS OF SUGARLAND
the estimated income.
his figures on members of school.

If this is done the figures may be Jim Stockley was' inspecting here 'One grand prize and three'ribbons here several months ago in a DRAINAGE-DISTRICT'--

presented at the bank and the boards will be to the first four preliminary reconnoiter with a view
yesterday, relieving Andy ColHn- presented announcing for Governor.At I Notice is hereby given that, pur-
authorized to borrow up to eightyper who had gone home for his time off5and winners who will be announce'next least one candidate will suant to call of the Board of Supervisors -
cent of the anticipated paymen! appearnext i
; week. of Sugarland Drainage District
-- HOW he needed it after that week, W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee -
number of routine bills were
the annual meeting of the landowners
: Ask Jim how muchhe
Legion banquet who will make his formal
paid from the general fund and con announcement ,- of Sugarland Drainage District

lost on the dog races. Next timehe'd .The faculty wishes to express their next Friday night
tract payments on school bus. for the year 1936 will be heldat
better bet on the rabbit. thanks and appreciation to the P.- state-wide hookup of radio sta the office of said
The' matter of refinancing, school District, in the :
bonds with the help of the RFC was The Dania is, as, the German pro- T. A. for their donation of five dol- tions. Mr. Hodges was president of. City Hall Building at Clewiston, ,, f

discussed. The $125,000 worth of fessor used ,to say, ge-bust. She lars with which to pay the_ annual the Senate during the last legislative Hendry County, Florida, on Wednesday -

bonds of, Hendry county schools are broke: her main engine shaft, which dues to the State Athletic.: Associ session and toured the state in th? February 5, at ten o'clock A.
ation. Mr. Beacom sent this five dol- M., Eastern Standard Time for the
almost all held by the Woodman means a delay of several weexs and I Interest of the homestead exemption I ,
Such"a : lar check to the secretary of the association amendment. purposes of: '
expenditure of over $10,000.
Circle of Fort Myers and if the bond- an
I F. W. Budholz, in Gaines- 1. Electing supervisors;
holders are agreeable a satisfactory shaft must be made to order, and : '

refinancing plan may be worked out. fitting it In place after it arrives is ville. I 2. Receiving annual reports and
arduous and painstaking task. taking such action with respect
asked to contact an
The secretary was
officers of the Woodman Circle and Luckily the Dania was ahead of her : Crop Acreage- LEGAL NOTICES thereto ;as and the landowners may determine -

attempt to reach a satisfactory set- schedule on digging so that she will I
tlement. ,still come out all right if the layoff i 3. Transacting such other busi-
.' I I ness as may come before the meet-
Continued From Page '1).
Next meeting in Clewiston will be 1s not unduly prolonged. .
i of the cold effects in December. NOTICE TO CO TRACTORS, .- ing.
held in March. The Tampa is expected by the middle BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
I There are also about a hundred acres -
,of February-she's supposed to of lima beans planted. 1. Sealed bids will be received at OF SUGARLAND
Local Man leave South Carolina about the first. : the office of the Secretary of Clew. DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy
I The equivalent of 200 acres of
: Standard's other two dredges are do- iston Drainage District, Clewiston, : F. D. DUFF,

ing 'very good work; the ,Diesel has corn will be harvested this year., This Florida, until Noon, January 24, President. I
corn in the past has for the most
(Continued from...page 1) a mile and a Quarter 1936 for the construction of a pump- Dated January 17, 1936.
and served 270 lunches and dinners I.the end of the month shouldbe part, been planted as windbreaks for ing plant of 26,000 gallons per min D-N Jan. 17-24, 1936.
other but this a market- I
crops year
nearing Olga, and the Davis has '
and 500 dishes. projects
new My
able variety was which will
grown I
made about the same length of progress -
have been valued at $1,100.
: Y
bring a good price when sold as well
"I have entered 22 contests, six and Is coming up on Owanita. .
wind I I
as serving the'purpose of a
of those were state and one national.I Clearing crews are busy up and down In'the As provided by law no person, firm or corporation shall engage In or

have received $l5.OO cash prizes the river, which bears in its muddy break. Growers vicinity of manage any ,business, profession or occupation in the City of Clewiston,
;)I and disordered waters mute evidenceof South Bay a few years ago planted unless a City License shall have been'procured from the Tax Collector of
four medals, two trips to State College -
.the, activities of mankind.. corn this way and sold several car- the City. Licenses for'the period October 1, 1935 to September 30, 1936,
one trip to the State Fair this loads In the field realizing. ';more pro- payable October 1, 1935 by the following persons, firms or corporations

year and a free trip to the National4H .Mr. Lloyd has a maintenance crew fit from their corn than from; the HAVE. BEEN PAID. -

Congress at Chicago, a $325.00 quartered; over at Liberty Point, Iunderatsnd crops which they were protecting

Electrolux refrigerator, and a $300.00 .- on ERA funds. They from wind. NAME OCCUPATION AMOUNT

college scholarship. But the greatest hakeia! ':quarter boat, so that means, 'Only time can tell what, the mar-

value that I have received in club I 'hope, a, free feed for the old lady
: kets will do but the otitlook" for one Clewiston Beer Garden .................... Saloon ...........,......................._..$100.00 Cr
work can never be valued in dollars when she gets over there the first
I of the greatest farming seasons in Clewiston Company, The .................. Land Development ............... 10.00
and cents of next,:week. Just what one does on the history of''this section is unusually Clewiston Home Building Ass'n ...... Building & Loan Association 7.50

"In my local club I've served as maintenance I. don't know, but I bright. Clewiston Telephone Company....... Telephone Exchange ............ 9.00

chairman of program committee, mean to?find out. Glades Water Company................... Water Service ...................... 7.50

vice-president, president, and assist- tell-a ting if Glades Power & Light Company........ Electric Service .......:........... 7.50
: And "
you, one my Three Candidates-
ant leader. In my school clubs I've I '* Gulf Refining, Company................... Wholesale Gasoline and Oils 10.00
and the Dodge hold out by
served as Leader ,of Hygiene class, nerve Meredith, Zerney ................................ Insurance Agent .................. 2.50
vice-president of Junior class, business the reffd of this' project I'm going tobe Standard Oil Company..................... Wholesale Gasoline and Oils 10.00

t.\1d. world's champion woman (Continued' from page II United States Sugar Corporation...... Raw Sugar Manufacture ...... 30.00I
manager of the paper, member wood than in 1932 real opportunity for
road: driver, and I don't mean a y
of Girl Reserves program committee maybe. T service which he believes himself am instructed by the City Commission to immediately enforce collection -

and as president of the IntermediateB. t 'able to render. -, r of such license fees as HAVE NOT BEEN PAID.R. .

Y. P. U.
announcing Y. PATTERSON,
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Dan Chappell of Miami, a member Tax Collector.

Mrs. Spicer-

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(Continued From Page One) 1 I The following report of the Receipts and Disbursements of the SCHOOL Funds ot Hendry County for the year'ended June 30. 1935, with the
crooked stems, and the stems of her Depository ,Balances and amounts of Warrants outstanding as reported by the Superintendent ot Public Instruction. for said County is hereby published
under the"provisions. ot Chapter 8813, Acts of 1915 of the Laws ot Florida,
plants are as long and straight as ,h : J. 1\1. LEE, Comptroller, \

one could hope for. Her gerberasare :: ....

of every known shade ranging nIsnURSE-
from, the to fine delicate
JULY: I, 1034 JULY 1,;,1D34 JUNE 30, 10M JUNE 30, 1935 JUNE 30, 1933' JUNE 30, lD35I
great beds on the west side of
her home are the calendulas, marl- I

golds, snap-dragons, Hnaria and I I General School' Fund ____________ $ 505.56 $ ::319.50 $18,740.61 $17,570.05 $ 1,271.56 $2,628.18
other colorful flowers which make' State Funds __._.______ 578.75 193.25 21,234.20 21,320.19 184.00 483.51
Special Tax School Dist. No. 4 _.__ 215.25 75.10 1,117.76 1,254.05 3.86
the place a gorgeous riot of color Special .Tax School Dlst. No. 5 ___. 14.33 1,810.80 1,810.52 14.61
and the gardens one "of the showplaces Special Tax School, Dist No. 6 __ .01 800.61 774.13 26.49
Special 'Tax "School Dist No. 7 _.._._ 71.20 934.71 977.62 28.29
of Clewiston. Not only are I & S of Spec. Tax Bonded Dist. No.4 1,297.27 4.20, 1,161.15 1,739.69 714.53 <:)J
strangers impressed but people of 1& S"of Spec. 'Tax Bonded Diat. No. 5&7 2,114.11 '604.04 3,558.80 4,725.20' ,..' 343.61
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the town never tire of riding by to r $4,796.48 $1,196.09 $49,358.64 $50,171.45 $ 1455.56 $ 4,243.14

view the spectacle when the flowers

Not only does Mrs. Spicer cultivate
The followIng Report ot NOTES BONDS and TIME WARRANTS, affecting the SCHOOL Funds of Hendry County for the year ended June
her flowers but finds time to 30, 1935, .wIth the Balances outstanding. .and amounts Issued and paid as reported by the Superintendent of Public Instruction for said County is here-
grow every variety of vegetable inI I by published. ;under the provisions ot: Chapter 6813,,Acts of 1915 of .the Laws of Florida. ,
.J. M. LEE Comptroller.
_ her garden. A bed of strawberries is I : :

; I beginning to produce well a varietyof i .

berry especially adapted for FlorIda .' r NOTES BONDS AND BONDS AND
i; licious. o- 1934 30, 1035 JUNE 30, 1031S JUNE 30, ID35 JULY I, 1034 JUNE 30, 1035 30. 193 JUNE 30, 1035

Space does not permit naming all

t. of ,the plants which are growing In General. School Fund' ___ $ 25.00 $ 637.70 $ 525.00 $ 137.70 '$ 6.000.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 2,000.00
". Mrs. Spicer's .gardens or the peculiarities Special Tax School' Distrlct .. I '
,No. 4 42000.00 1,000.00 41,000.00Special
of -
: each but visitors in Clew- Tax School District .
: iston should not pass up the opportunity No. 5 & 7, --:0--- .. 84,000.00' 84,000.00

[P': to visit this beautiful example I > J ; "," t .>''"
: 25.00 $ 637.7 525.00. $ 137.70 $132,000.00 d $ 5,000.00 $127,000.00
r of what maybe accomplished on Everglades : \ .

f': soil as far as flower cultivation I '. ,
s: ; I is concerned. .;' -. \.. <,

Dr. Cr.
Balance' In Depositories .::_..___" __.__-..:__.__,__. General School Fund __..___..._____.____..__._:__,_._.___ $ 2628.18 ;:
t. Caloosahatchee Balance In Depositories _:..;.___._..___..____...\__. __ Hate' Fund ..._.___.___.__.__._._....________.--_____..._..__.,. 483.51. .
: Balance In _._...,-_._____.._..____.-__"'--- Tax Districts ..:...__ ___---'-_: .__._____.. 73.25 ,.
Balance Inl+ Depositories _.__.__. _.........;....__:..._____.:...-.:._ Special Tax Districts, I&WS Fund..______. _._.._"-.__ 1,058.20 ,;::)IJ'IXED
Cacography ASSETS .'. .. ( -
y Lots.. -.,w., ,. .. .._ :
School Buildings = -_,.-__ ?__.,_,,._...._,._. -._, _._ -- ; .......__-,.._.,
Furniture i '_ .__.,. ._.. .... ,. ._._-._ IfUlUi
'.".'; (Continued from I Apparatus ____,._N-- __ ___ .. .. ...., ,_._.-.__. ....__.. .,__ _
/. page 1) Libraries ,-,.- -.- ._...,_-_. ________...,-___.__-___,_________._ .____..._.,..._ :
'to-date mixing machinery and buck- 11iAniLiTIES/ :' i

: 'ets. More about this when it WarrantsOutstanding ._ _.______._.,_-,____ General School Fund ______._.._::.____.__.:.._...___:_.._ i $ 1,271.56
; getsto 'Varranh- Outstanding ------=-_-.,.....---. State Fund ....--...-..- -.-..--_--.:..-..._.- 1813770
operating. Some forms are in Notes- Outstanding ----.-....-.--.,...--.-:--... .-.._.. General School Fund -...L.-.-----.--.__-.._- .
\ place for the footer and the Time '\Y'arrantsOutstanding _'__-,- General School Fund -._____,...___._..____________, :I 2,000.00
pouring Bonds- Outstanding _----'-_____-..---__:...__. Special Tax Bonded District __......____._.__._..__._.._._..__..... 11)5'000'00
of B concrete will start soon. OTHER LIABILITIES .- "
"' ,, "Uncle Joe has been Current Bills,4--._. General School ,Fund --.._.....-_-4_.._.... .--..--..-----.-_.--_ f 693.85I
salvaging a.\\ Current Billa. .., District Fund ---..,.---.-....---..-.......---..,--. 926'07
rock for riprap as excavation has Current Teachers Salaries --..---...;......-..--..-.-."/-- j 2392'25
1'.': progressed, and it 'I 1 Jg PPfJl1lp In Current. Janitors. Salaries _....._______-______ .. 360.00

1 \ $ 136.538.14 $ 132.965.43


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