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: February 28, 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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Key Men (Of Sugar Company Honored At Dinner .;

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GRADY BURTON WAS President Clarence R. Bitting Is Host To More SCHOOL TO DEBATE.]

SPEAKER WEDNESDAY 100 Members Of Organization and Guests NEXT TUESDAY NIlE ,';i z


L. Grady Burton--, of Wauchula, At, Banquet At Inn Tuesday Night The debate Resolved: "That the :

candidate for Governor of Florida, Townsend
Ojd Age Revolving Pension
'j ;. spoke hereV'ednesdaj' morning be- Clarence R. Bitting, of New York, Plan Should Be Adopted", on .
fore a. good crowd in the interest of president of the United States Su- been attempted fifty years ago; of stated that he hoped each which the two high school debating ;'
.:.. how twenty-five years ago F. E. bigger and better marks,
his candidacy and is the third g.MCompany was host Tuesday teams have been working for the
Bryant, of Palm Beach, and a guestat better bonuses for the key
the thirteen than hundred
gubernatorial to
night more a mem- several weeks will be
dates to address the voters of Hendry b' rs of the company personnel and the dinner had begun, further development bigger and better dinners the past school auditorium. next..given Tuesday in

county. He used one, of the public their guests at a banquet held at the which he had, seen grow honor. evening at 8:00. There will be no ,
address amplifying systems and his Ciewiston Inn and those who have into a major industry; of the forma- Following the distrlb admission
charged and Is
talk was as easily heard by some attended other President's Dinnersh tion of the Southern Sugar Company .- bonus, checks and the I urged to attend. everyone, -

i two or three blocks ,away as those f the past state that this was the ten years before and the construction of the members of the
. I of the Clewiston sugarhouse In addition to the debate a fifteen
gathered around him ,at Alston's most successful one that has been rectors who were I
and of how the United States Romfh Miami minute: entertainment program
Store. held since the organization of the banker
Sugar Corporation had taken over has been arranged which consists of
Mr. Burton was introduced by company. the prize drawing and
three numbers last Tuesday
the assets of that organization five presented
e:) Attorney Louis, O. Gravely of La- Guests were assembled in the lob- es were given to; those ; evening at the Amateur Hourat
years ago this month and had con- ,
.. Belle and in brief addresshe the hotel where could of the key men whose
a by of they tinued to see the industry developinto the Inn. The first by the male
pointed to several of the inspect the exhibits which had been their menus corresponded
"Boots Saddle" the
quartet, and ,
ever increasing importance
policies which he advocates, described prepared and locate their places at numbers drawn by Mr.
I second the "I
each succeeding year. In closing he by Hill-Billy Quintet,
, the present waste of tax payers', the banquet tables from a chart Among those receiving I Like Mountain Music" and "Red
t:..:, money in state government and the which had been hung near the door H. A. Bestor J. V. Wing" and the last, "Moon Over Mi-

need for a real practice of economy, to the dining hall. In one corner was Yon, W. C. Prewitt, L. J. ami", sung by Roy Alston.
: and assailed the promises of other the Dixie Crystal exhibit 'which Receive Bonus Checks Sidney ,Crochet, and Fred
Prior to the debate Principal W.L. .
!i. candidates which, he said, could not showed the various forms in which sen.
Beacom will introduce the de..
,',' be fulfilled without the levy of new the refined sugar made from the raw While the delicious
P. W. Ange, H. A. Bestor, M. W. bating teams, the judges and M. E.
}. taxes or sales tax to which he is op- pioducts shipped from,the Clewiston dinner was being served
-- Bigg, AV. E. Bolton, Dr. B. A. VonMach, school board member and
1 posed. He stated further that he was house is put up. In 8.nothercorner were entertained with
* Bourne, F. E: Bryant, W. A. Cook, donor of the medal to the best deba
c making no promises, whatever, ex- was an exhibit of vegetables which Doherty's String Ensemble
S. L. Crochet, F. Deane Duff, Foy ter. Following the debate the Jud.
,, cept that if elected to establish a grow so luxuriantly on the muck Palm Beach and their
DuiTence. B. Elam, J. V. Fourmy, :. gds will render their decisions and
? sound business administration. land and a sack of the raw sugar loist.
L. J. Frazier' Lee N. Giles, J. S. Har- the prizes will be awarded. In ad..
He stated further that he was opposed with the number 1,199,855 painted F. Henricksen Dixie Crystal Amateur medal the best debater .
rington, F. I. Hill, dition to the for
to the state spending great thereon, which is the number of the W. P. Jernigan, H. C. Jones, C. A. Immediately following three prizes consisting of two '
I" amounts in the I I 350 pound bags which have been the Dixie Crystal Amateur
money prosecu- I Jones, H. C. Kolstad, C. A. Martinez, dollars in trade at Alston's Store,
; tion of criminals and giving the pardon -( E. W. McLeod, F. Meredith, E. C. presented with M. E. the Clewiston Supply Company or
board almost unlimited 'su-gar ing as master of
power 'I I !Mills, Jay W. Moran, E. P. Mutrix, Sugarland Service Station will be.given .
to turn them loose to again prey on Shortly; after eight o'clock: the the entertainers'were the
W. C. Oweu, R. Y. Patterson, W. C. to winning team.
.: society. The governor, he said, has hall were thrown I the Company and every "
1'-. ; doors to the dining i Prewitt., W. M. Redelsheimer, F. M. For the affirmative: E. Clark,
:, the to put a stop to this and ) the program was very
power open and in a surprisingly short .
Rodriguez, H. J. B. Scharnbcrg, O.F. Trevalyn Moltz and Ethel Willis. For
it is his intention to do so. time, due to the method used in Yenawine acted as studio
Schiffli, G. L. Sims, G. E. Smith, the negative: Bobby Patterson, Vincent
tt The failed to all of numbering the tables, all the guests er and engineer,
, speaker cover R. S. Stokes, G. B. Thomas, H. T. Oglesby and Florine Moore
the policies which he is advocatingbut were seated. At each plate was a Vaughn, M. E. VonMach and G. A. from one character to

promised to return within a few Sterling silver key ring as a favor, Yon. merely turning his cap Mill Will Set New
weeks to speak further regarding an interesting pamphlet -on Florida, speaking into the

his platform. His talk' was well re- i v itten by Jules M. Burgiere of I a different voice inflection
Record This Season
ceived here and there is little doubt ,\ st Palm Beach, a beautiful menu I -The program was a :

that he made a good impression: on ca''d with space on the back for au- : BITTING IS BOOSTER the Major Bowes amateur

r all of those who heard him. He is o;raphs and ,a descriptive pham.I Mr. VonMach giving a Based on the amount of time lost '

-, making a most aggressive campaign pl-1; of the Clewiston sugar house. 'I FOR 'GLADES ,AREA characterization of Major for the: season, the best barometerfor

and has already covered a great partof Around the pillars in the.dining hall With Clewiston determining the efficiency of any.

the state on his speaking tour. v. s banked stalks of sugar cane and guest city he gave a short manufacturing plant J. J. Harrington

I P., 1m leaves covered the. walls asa I Clarence A.-Bitting-, president of tiontof the town ,and the general manager of the United
: Construction Started :iitional decorations.. the U. S. Sugar Corporation: just before pany and, several States Sugar Corporation stated
S: ". Mr. Bitting had requested that the I leaving Clewiston Wednesday about the town. He asked 8)a this week;! that it was likely the

i": '' On New Gulf Station Hiking of speeches be- dispensed I following the 'two ,day tour of, the to telephone ,Caloosahat present season would greatly surpass -
; Hicpochee two 'long four i
>,, with as much as possible for the company property by the membersof [ any season to date.
ruing and General Manager J. J. first number, was a bar1t I
; I the board of directors and the No production figures wete given
If"> Ground was broken Wednesday I El rrington, acting as master of ceremonies -! Presidents, Dinner Tuesday 'night Dennis" Small, "A Little I I but the ,mill has been running al-

; morning and construction is now assured those who were !I stated that he ,could not give ven. The next a negro { most constantly since the beginningof

;: underway on a new filling station; p.' sent who felt that they might be I I an unbiased; opinion because of the a negro quartet from 'the; the season December 1, of last
';" which is being erected by the Gulf c? led upon to speak that they I faith he had always: had in the, Everglades I camp: "Didn't It Rain. year and is averaging 4,500 tons -

Refining Company on the, lots they cf,ild rest easy He stated, thatgi !' but that it was his belief I followed by the daily. The season is 'expected to
r.,: have leased at the corner of RoadS ides had been left on duty at the that the ,development of the Ever- tet from the sugar house close about March 20.

;: : 25 and Pacific Avenue. si gar house for the night so .that glades section was only beginning. I harmonicas and guitar ---, ,

t, The building will be of white ai y of the guests who had not had "The protective levees and other proved a great hit with Kiwanis Meets In
stucco, trimmed in, orange and similar tt opportunity to :visit, the mill flood control work done by the gov- Mountain Music" and : '

,: in type to, other Gulf stations I cr lId do so following the dinner. ernment", Mr. Bitting said, "is..sure The quintet was composed, Session
..,': In South Florida. It will be thor- Mr. Harrington spoke briefly of the to have 'a great physological effect Thomas, W. Adams, Regular .

oughly up-to-date in every respect season of 1934-35 when. the disastrous and when people are certain they Andy Lewis and Tony Faro.

i:' with every new accessory to add tot freeze in December had threatened may make investments without fear number by Mrs. The Kiwanis Club at their regu-

the convenience, of the customer .and to cut the grinding season to of flood :they will come to this fertile "What's The Reason I'm lar meeting Wednesday night at the r

'. permit better service. It is expectedthat a mere two or three weeks based on region, in ever Increasing num- in' You?", followed the Inn heard talks from, the club representatives -
'; the new place of business will tJ I e experience of other, cane grower -I bers." Roy Alston sang, "Moon A.V.. Lawrence, Tom

':,' be opened early in April. after ,a freeze. He stated that i]j I I Asked about crop, records and statistics ami", another negro Shelley and Campbell Nall, who at-

;) The home of Mr. and Mrs. R., C.S o her's experience was not a cr er- I for. the present. crop year Mr. danced, a male quartet tended the Millionaire's Dinner in

Nowling which is also being built by. icn however and ,due to the co-oper- Bitting answered that such figures Kirk Woodward, Tom Hollywood last Saturday night on

, Mr. Tippey is rapidly nearing completion -' a ion of the various key men and I would have to- come from Mr. Har- Love and Dennis Small way the affair was handled with

and will no doubt be ready I department heads of the organization rington; that he had the greatest numbers, and G. Small view:' to having one of the dinners
for occupancy within a 'short time. they had been able to keep the I confidence in the ability of Mr.. Harrington personation of Joe Lewis, Clewiston sometime In the near
house running for seventy- those details ous negro boxer, stating
sugar to properly handle A general round table dis-
Engineer Officials eight days following the freeze, clear. and never bothered with them. tributed his great success in cussion followed and a committee
a'l of the fields and turn disaster Mr. Bitting stated that he, spends to using Dixie Crystal I appointed consisting of the three

Inspect ProjectsCol. irto a prosperous season. part of his time in New York and program ended with above mentioned, A. O. Ward

To these key men he then presented part of it In Florida, commuting be- vorn giving a black-face 'I. M. Pafford to investigate and

their bonus checks for the preceding tween his business in both states. He the gong could not stop with full authority for putting

I. E. Brown, division engineer season, each man receivingan left early Wednesday afternoon for finally dragged from the the dinner. _

of the southeastern division U. ovation as he arose from his seat the coast for a short time before a net. A. O. Ward was named as a com

S. Engineers with headquarters in and made his way to ta e'the envel-I going on to New York. The guests present 'with of one to renew and revise

Richmond, Va., Capt. P. A. Feringa, ope from Mr. Harrington.A bers of the board of Kiwanis signs on the highway
acting district engineer of the Jack- Grand Job Several Noted Guests attended being the first side of town.
sonville district! and Carawan Nel- Mr. Bitting was introduced by names on the list, are as I It was President Art Lawrence's

son, engineer from the Jacksonville Mr. Harrington and _although his At President's Dinner Frank L. Allen, Robert W. : celebration. and everj"one-
I office were here several days the talk was brief he said .a great deal C. R. Bitting, H. S.: Art was wise as to why he kept ,

,:: first of the week inspecting the proJects in his few well chosen remarks to James H. Douglas, A.' I., from his chair at unexpect
}('. under the Clewiston sub-office bind the members of the organization Aside from the members the Frank F. Klobe, and J. F. intervals to interrupt the speak-

>.i: on Lake Okeechobee and the Caloo- more closely together in a harmonious board of directors of the United New York; Forrest B. His nervousness was disclosed
:.',: ', sahatchee River. working group. He praisedthe States Sugar Corporation, all of William H. Blxby., of St. ; be the result of a wire and coil

:;4;:;; Col. Brown, Capt.' Feringa and work of the key men of the com- whom are men of considerable importance F. Russell of Burlington, ; had been prepared for the

:t. Capt. Selee, of' the Clewiston office, pany and gave due credit to Mr., in their field, there were Thomas Oxnard ,of ; and hooked onto the pres-
: : :.-- were guests of the United States Su- Harrington for building up such a several guests of state"and national Meyers, of Kansas City; chair and after he had fin-

: gar Corporation at their President' I smoothly functioning organization.He importance attending the dinner Getz, Jr., of Detroit; W. T. becoms wise and changed chairs

i Dinner Tuesday evening. predicted a continued development given' by President Bitting Tuesday of Philadelphia; J. J.. fun was over.B. '
of the sugar industry in the evening some of whom are as follows and Jay W' Moran of F. Brown had as his guest at

: ''. RAY IIEMPHILIi Everglades and expressed the complete : 1 1 ,D. G. Alston, F W. meeting W. E. Watts, chief in
;''', confidence of the board of di- Dr. John Oliver LaGorce, vice naldwin. J. E. Tcardslev.. H. in the NRS office hero.
r3+-. News has been received by his rectors in the enterprise. In speaking president of the National Geogra-' tor, M., W.:I.igJi: : G. : t
: friends here of the death recently of the work of Mr. Harringtonand phic Society and editor of the Na- E. Bolton, ; Bourne ; :I Mrs. F. I. Hill entertained with

a I of Ray Hemphill at his home in his force, Mr. Bitting said he tional Geographic magazine who js ley Bowden, Jake Boyd, E; I. i table of bridge Thursday after-

;"' North Carolina. Mr. Hemphill had thought they had done a "grand spending the winter at Miami Beach. F. E. Bryant, J. C. honoring Mrs. F. E. Bryant.

' ;:: been connected with the U. S. Sugar job." ,C. McD. Davis, of Wilmington, N. Cook, I. J. Cowan, S. L. 0., F. Schlffli won high score

Corporation here for two seasons The president stated that this Car., vice president of the A. C. L. 'C. McD. Davis, F. D. Duff, and Mrs.: Bryant was given a
going home in, the summer' months. February marked a real spot In the -Railroad Company. rence, W. B. Elam, W. I. prize. ;'Others present were
lie is survived by his wife and .one history of the Everglades. He told Col. -J, W. McIntosh, Comptroller A. Feringa, F. J. ; F. Deane Duff and Mrs. W. C.

!Son, Charles Ray. of how sugar development had first (Continued' ,on Page 8)' (Continued on Page 8)I ." a'. __, : __, .



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THF. CLRWISTON N WS. Friday 'February 28, 1936

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.. WEEK I SUNDAY g Lesson".- Do You

HJ1! ::3J w By REV, t>. B. PITZ'WATER. D., Ever
,Newspapers Are: Useful Member of Faculty Moody Bible
: Institute of Chicago.
'.' A Leisure Class,'Also Western Newspaper: Union. Wonder
A Real American

Offense and Defense By, Edwar -- Pickard Lesson for March 1

The Supreme court says : "The free Q Wexam Newspaper/ Union Whether the"Pain"

press stands as .' VISION AND SERVICE
You Use
one of the great In- TVA Held Valid on All tluns, dining which torrential rains Remedy

terpreters betweenthe ,Points at Issue -', bogged the field of battle and heavy LESSON TEXT-Luke 28-4S&. ,is SAFE?
government and Deal and clouds ,enabled the Kthloplnnsrto; .make ,GOLDEN TEXT-He ,that abldeth In
one fur the New ; n "
gas SCOKK me, and I In him, the same beareth
i the people. To let The Supreme court In Its Invisible movements the Jlnrch ":J3 much frult.-John 155b. Ask Your Doctor

It be fettered Is to long awaited decision ruled that the division of blackshlrts planted the PRIMARY TOPIC-On a Mountain Top and Find OutDont

b n fetter ourselves." :Tennessee \11 IIeJ' Authority; net Is Itjilinn fins on the mist-veiled hten With Jesus. .
Certainly ; the news- summit JUNIOR TOPIC-on a Mountain Top
v.illd. on nil points at' 'of Aradiim. completing that With Jesus.
pnperjs- to a nation <'W"''<: ;':% %il the suit particular operation. They then had H
what speech Is to r? : f(j brought; by the stuck clear! path to Amba Aln;!ln, IS miles TOPIC--With Jesus In,Prayer and ServIce Entrust Your

an individual, andIt I { holders of the Ala, further( south and, It was presumedthat Own or: 'Your Family'sWell
Is to the crowd t.,., ,. the tl1llngof that mountain would YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
: 't.><< hl1 run (Power cnmpanyUnder
what a looking @.ld : 7z mark the cess:1l1nn'of activities because I TOPIC-Worship find Work. Being to Unknown
;. tie ruling the I
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glass is to the In- t:},;.. }\k;: fl i ;1, ; iiiltiilnistrution Is free of the coining. March :rains i The subject of this lesson as chosenby Preparations
dividual. History
t r" '4 to go ahenc. with its It wns estimated 1 th.it In this battle I the lesson committee needs to be

will Judge a' peopleby ilfI ) power program: In the ,more than GKK( ) Ethiopians l had been I most, rigidly held to Its place .as set person to ask whether the
its newspapers Killed nnd ninny times that 'niimherwounded. preparation you or your familyare
Tennessee: valley netu.illy I forth ,In the Scriptures. The lesson
Arthur BrUbnne, ; < :
Its laws, its theaters '' taking for the relief of headaches
( ;( under way; The : werenot should not be taught In a general way
and It will have, reason to criticize f announced is SAFE to use regularly is your
us. cl z decision \\sis read I hyChief i. they as pertaining to vision and service.: family doctor. Ask him particularly)
; Chief Justice Hughe were not light Only white Italians The particular vision herein set forthIs about Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.

Justice and was concurred In participated In the fighting the unveiling of the majestic, .person He will tell you that before the
Mr. J_ Plerpont Morgan repeatingwhat Hughes
bv nil|, the associate of the Son of God, with an epit- discovery of Bayer Aspirin most j'\
Aristotle said before him said
Justices except Justice McRejnolds.Lk : Substitute Farm Bill ome of the messianic kingdom. "pain" remedies were advised 1
(civilization needs a leisure class, and read a dissenting opinion. Jesus took with him Peter, James against by physicians as bad for the
defined :as the "leisure\ ,class" those Passed by Senate ald'went stomach and, often, for the heart.
Because of circumscribed limits the and John, Into the mountto !:
,,that keep a hired, girl. decision nsmuch narrower than TEN days of hot debate In the sen- pray. His ,chief 'aim In retll'ement.wasto Which is food for thought if you '
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt thoughtful culminated In the passage of seek quick, safe relief.
most of the New Deal findings of the get the disciples Into a stateof
and wise, improves that definition ; the administration's substitute farm Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin
'that show
receptivltiy he''mlght
Supreme court. It was limited strictly so
a leisure class for her Is made up of bill by a vote of f>0 to 20. and It was among the fastest methods yet discovered -
to the terms of the contract on them the reality and method of his for the' relief of headachesand
\ Individuals that "have sufficient hurried
: eco- over to the house with the
which the suit was bro Itt.; namely. kingdom., Before going Into the mount. the pains of rheumatism, neu-
"non'le'security and sufficient leisure to ,acquisition by TVA of a transmission prospect of quick < approval by that he declared that there were some ritis and neuralgia. And the experi.

'-.find' opportunity for,8. variety' of satisfactions line to convey power from the Wilson body. standing In his presence who would ence of millions of users has provedit
in life." Attacked by Republicans as a sub for the
dam. not tate'death! until they should see safe average person use
Certain phases are still open for terfuge to get around ,the Supreme the Son of man coming in his kingdom regularly. In your own interest'remember -
Charles Fourier, French philosopher, 'court AAA decision and frankly conceded this.'
possible legal contest In the future. (Luke 9:27 ; cf. Matt. ]G:2SThat
said it long ago, and elaborately. Hen- and only Wilson dam not Norris dam by Democrats be a measure their drooping spirits might be revived You can get Genuine Bayer
ry Ford said It well, advocating a Indirectly) continuing control of farm and their confidence restored he Aspirin at any drug store- simply
or other dam constructed or
short! work week, with two days off, any pro production, the soil erosion bill woul1 transfigured before them. Two men by asking for it by its full name
jected on the Tennessee'rh'er was Involved BAYER ASPIRIN. Make it a
that men might have time to spend accomplish Its objective as follows : from the world sentto
In the court's finding. upper were point to do this -:- and see that you
pleasantly the earnings of five days. The 'legal right of the federal :government The secretary of agriculture wouldbe converse with him about his ap-, get what you want.Bayer .
I empowered to make benefit -
to acquire and own trnnsmls. IH'O:1chlng'death.ln Jerusalem (v. :31)-
All. that will come, and' mor In slon lines to a market 'for surplus-en- to farmers who voluntarily cooperate the> very thing about which the disciples Aspirin
the past men worked too hard while before with: the jrovernmeut's suggestions ; refused to talk. Then, too,
ergv-never directly passed
-- paid and, fed too little; and never upon United on retiring certain' land from pro: Hod's: own voice was heard In wordsof
_dreamed of, Mrs. Roosevelt's "varied by't.h. States Supreme diction to conserve Its fertility. Payments approval of Christ's course, directIn BAVrAI ..
court ruled In' nfflrma-
-wns the -
satisfactions,;"_ while the prosperous, upon would be determined. on four ?' them to hear the Master. Surelynow
tive. question ,
Unanswered: Is the of
': as, a rule, concentrated too :Touch on what constitutes factors: they cannot doubt his ability to
foolish satisfactions.." ' surplus power. 1. Acreage of crop land.
carry to execution his kingdom 'plans.
Among the chief points In the majority There to Use
.. I. 2. Acreage of soil Improving I crops. The purpose, then, of the transfiguration -
: these Thomas said that 'university
-:" opinion were : Carlyle a -
All that knew him learn with sor- The 3. Changes In farming practices was to give the disciples a fore-
government had full authorityto was merely a collection of good
row of the sudden death of Charles', 4. Percentage of normal farm production gleam of the coming ,kingdom, to en- .
- build
Wilson dam-keystone of books:
Curtis, former Vice President of the. which equals that percentageof able' them to see the kingdom In Its

United States. He was an American, ,TVA. noimal national production of ,farm embryonic form. That this Is true Is
a real one, proud of the, red Indian Congress has undisputed! ? poer.to: commodities: required for domestic con- not only shown by the context and
order .
: disposal of electricity developedat
blood in his veins As a boy he rode dam.. sunintlon.This circumstances, but bYthe inspired Interpretation "'; rt
horse ra es'w ll and honestly;: as a the arrangement' would be limited of one who, was with him
man, h'e'r de 'the political;race' fairly. The government acted }legally In: to' two' years.: It' would be replaced and knew all that. transpired (see II '

As Vice President he was content with building or obtaining through purchase. by a system of 48 Individual state Pet. :1':1C-19, R.: V.), Let us, there-
,"the position that the American people from private companies certain transmission 'AAA's to regulate production, with fore, note the' outstanding features of
I lines to transport po-.yer-'t'to a -
and Constitution gave him. ,He would the federal government apportioningfunds the kingdom as displayed In the transfiguration ,
have made a good and loyal President. wider market. 'to the states. '
The government has the, same right'to
had destiny so willed, It. I.I Jesus Christ the Glorified Kingon
dispose .or'surplus as It would
power Senator Black's ''Inquisition Mount Zion'vv, 28, 29).
have to dispose, of copper, gold, and
,: Jesus the mount to which
The newspaper, heading, "Britain .f Is, glorified on
minerals on public lands. Creates Resentment
redoubling her defense plans to offset they went to pray was Intended to
Justice. McReynolds. In answer: to HUGO L. BLACK of ,Ala-
Germany, .should Interest somebody in ,SENATOR symbolize the'messianic kingdom as It
America This country Is'n t' plan this' said : his lobby Investigation will be when Christ returns literally
"If :under the thin mask of ilisposn& -' committee are creating a 'flood of re- FM 'SOLD
DIng to "offset Germany, but it' has to the Mount of Olives In Jerusalem
of the United States ,
property cnn American citizens
all Europe, including Russia and 'all sentment among (Zech. 1) :4-17). ,
Asia, to think, about In these flying 'enter the business of generating trans that Is ,likely to do II. The Glorified Saints With Christ
: mltting find selling power, as, when vastly morel: harm 30 .-
days. We should perfect our "defense (vv. 31) It works
plans" and particularly our attack and wherever, some ,board' ,may specify than' good to the New 1. Moses, who was once denied en- always

Then ask with the definite ,design to ac. Deal. Quite, without trance' Into Palestine, In
plans. we,should the world appears now Just do what hospitals do, and the
to look over equipment and realize cmplish ends wholly beyond the concealment Black Is 'glory: representing the Redeemed of doctors insist on. Use a good liquid

that .It would be foolish to attack. phere mnrledout, ,for them by the using the committeeIn the Lord who ,after death shall pass laxative, and aid Nature to restore
Constitution, an easy way has been a way that' thousands Into the kingdom. Many thousands of clocklike regularity without strain or

If you here all tile tax found for breaking down the ,limitations of people do:not the redeemed have fallen asleep, and ill effect. ,

money 'goes," read this: heretofore supposed to guarantee like. He sent out a at the coming of the Lord ,shall be A liquid can always be taken in
reduced doses. Reduced
"In six months the state of New F protection against, aggression. J r,' questionnaire, to .individuals ,. awakened!l to appear'- '' In the kingdom dosage. is the real secret of relief from
Chairman .
Hank R. McNInch of the and
organizations with him.
York paid $801,012 for official automobile I constipation.Ask .
expense.", federal power commission said theI S'N'. J... known to be opposed 2. Elijah, now glorified, representsthe a doctor about this. Ask your

And that does not Include automobiles TVA decision "settles all questions of to the, New; redeemed, who shall pass Into tho druggist how very popular Dr. Cald- "

for the department of mental constitutlon llty"of such federal proj-- Senator Deal|, demanding in- kingdom through translation. Many well's Syrup Pepsin has: become.: It I ,

hygiene One official discharged his 'ects as Grand Coulee. Bynnevllle and' Black formation on .their ,relations shall be living upon the earth when ''gIves the right kind of help, and right

chauffeur, paid by taxpayers, 'accusing Tort Peck." with all organizations and their. the Lord 'comes, and shall, without amount of help. Taking a little less

him of cheating the state out of corporation ,and other Investments. "dying, be, changed, and thus pass into each time, gives the bowels a chance _
to act of their until 411
$2,000 In one year through dishonest Military Revolt in Many refused to answer the,questions, the kingdom (1 Cor. 15 :50-53'; I Thess. moving regularly own and ,thoroughly theyare

gasoline and repair vouchers. That Is Paraguay SucceedsRiVOLUTIONAKliS and they are supported In this positionby 4 :14.1 S). without any help at all.
almost "a business. mostly mill the American Liberty league, which 3. The' topic of conversation (v. 31). Dr. CaldweU's Syrup Pepsin con-

Colonels Smith has challenged the right of Black's It was the death of Christ, the'very tains senna and cascara-both natural

"Charlie" Schwab may be seventy and Recalde, veterans of the Chaco, committee'to ,compel answer under oath thing the disciples refused to believe. laxatives that form no habit. The action -

years,old, but he still "knows his way war, took possession of the,government to the queries. In effect, the league III. Israel in the Flesh In Connection is gentle, but sure. It will relieve

around." The, government tried to of Paraguay after !some fighting- In the 'dates Black' to cite 'for contempt of the With the Kingdom, Representedby due any to sluggishness or without bilious condition .

get $19.654,850 from Schwab's Bethlehem streets of AS\1'nclnn. the capital.. The senate those who refuse to reply to Peter, James, and ,John (v. 28)). constipation upset.

: ..: Steel company, alleging prof- government forces surrendered to the the questionnaire. Israel shall be called from their hid-

-, iteering. Instead of giving the govern- ,rebels ,and President Ayaln tool refugeon Senator Black's only reply to date ing place among the nations of the Right: FightIf

ment $19.000,000;, the "special master," a gunboat.. It was .believed a new was that it was ,"a little difficult to be- earth and_ shall be gathered to Jesus one has rights, one has always

hearing evidence, says the governmentmust government would l be formed with Cot lieve that the league would attempt to Christ, the King, as the central peo- to be In a fight with some one.. .

pay 3GGG,154:: 'to Schwab' and iaf iel Franco as its 'heacL;.lie is' now Intimidate or coerce its own membersto ple In the kingdom (Ezek. 37:21-_7).

Bethlehem Steel. No wonder. 'Carnegie 'an ,exile In Buenos Aires keep their mouths shut until the du ,Christ is the King of the Jews.

who was Scotch, thought a good Ponts say they can talk." 1. Peter's proposal to build three= Black-Draught Relief

deal of Schvval 'Italians .Win Big Battle tabernacles (v. 33). The Feast of the Prompt and RefreshingIt's

House Passes the Huge Tabernacles looked forward to the a good idea that so many peo-

Dr. G.. A. Stevenson, "fellow"" In the With the Ethiopians glorious reign of Christ. Peter caughta ple have-to }keep BlackDraughthandy

University college of Oxford, suggeststo DELAYED dispatches from Ihojtal War Department Bill glimpse of the significance of so they can take a dose for

the London, Times that the pax: : Ro- In northern EthI- War department bill, appropriating the transfiguration. His proposition prompt relief at the first sign of

mana ("Roman peace") of ancient opia tell of a six-day battle, the 'approximately 545 million dol- showed that he apprehended the constipation
Mr. Sherman Sneed of Evensville
_ times, when Rome ruled the world fiercest and most Important' of the lars for "national defense," was passedby meaning 'of the' Feast of the Tabernacles Tenn, writes: "! take BlackDraughtfor ,

:, and would allow, no fighting! ; should be war so far, In which the house.. For purely military purr and, therefore, his proposition constipation which causes head-'

: followed now by a pax Britannica the forces of General poses the sum of $376,800,333 Is allotted substantially was, "The, millennium Is ache, a bad, tired feeling and for

("British peace"), England ruling the Badogllo, about 70- The remainder, $108,350.985, goes come; let us celebrate." biliousness, bad taste in the mouth

world, telling everybody what to do. ,000 In number, defeated for rivers and harbors projects, gen- 2. The divine voice (v. 35). At this and sluggish feeling. Black-Draught,
and routed SO. erally classed as "pork." time God 'h'mseJrJttered words which taken about two 'nights, clears up -;;:;\ '

..; American Olympic athletes 000 Ethiopians, In An attempt to put back into the bill assured them that the transfigured one this trouble and I get all right ;
ing on the field In Germany met' with eluding 10,000 of the a. $29,000,000 appropriation for carry- was his Son J
gloomy silence, contrasting with applause enlpeior's guard under Ing on such projects as the Passama-, The Multitude at the Foot of the brings in constipation troubles. ,

.for European and Oriental Ras Mulugheta, wa'r ,quoddy tidal! power experiment in Mount (vv. )7-43)! .

Olympic squads. The Americans, who: minister, and 70,000 Maine and the Florida ship canal was. The people here were grievously oppressed 1VNu-'r 036race1JrokenOul t

defeated Germany at hockey, score 1 warriors under Ras suppressed firmly. by the devil, as illustrated by

to 0, will survive the: silence. Had Kassa; and Ras Se- The military budget provided by the the demon-possessed lad. There are ;

they been wiser, ,they would have :youm. ', The Italians bill will be sufficient to maintain an times when the devil is especially active ? ,
: stayed at home; A GermanJewishplayer were left, In full pos Gen, tsaaogno average army of 147,000 men duringthe In the affairs, of men. The multitude '

r.l1dl. Ball, by the way, was session,.of the fertile and strategic En- coming year By 1939, accordingto at the foot of'the mount Is rep- Start today to relieve the soreness- \
and skin
the, star hockey player: for the.Ger-: 'derto region and in control of. the, the.War. department, the maximum resentatlve of the nations which shane healing- improve your ,
mans passes In the Temblen region of'105,000 permitted by congress should brought Into the kingdom which medication in

Klor, Features Syndicate" Ino. After ,six days of encircling opera.rr""ii1. be reached. shall be established over Israel (Isa Res l

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world, and society deprived of BEFORE BABY COMES
f) : to Produce, One to AdvertiseThe Its beneficial results.Beware ,

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-e R separate powers-that of producing it is vitally important that the body be rid
excellent work and that of bringingIt common colds of waste matter.Your intestines must furic-

to the notice of those who can regularlycompletely, without griping.

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very marked talent In some one cold or bronchial irritation, you can
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Prepared by',the National Geographic Society, Pieces of coconut shell are cut into
Washington D. C.-WNU Service.CUSTOMS .
: rings about one Inch across and one-
;.;, ::; ::; have changed little in fifth of an Inch ,wide. A cut i. made : r f rruH.rr rrrr..vvyyuv+w., ,,

;. the South Sea islands through the ring, and the'two ends are : ,

:' frequent visits by white forced apart by means of'a small stick f1FTl ". ,- v; k tTft

men. On the island of, Ontong placed diametrically across. Four of

Java, a native's power is based upon the rings are fitted on each side of the q : :pf :
- his wealth. The wealthy native pays nose and tied Into place The pieces v :

',.. .. blgher prices than his poor- neighbors.As of' stick are then knocked out. The :

<, 'a daughter becomes old enough result Is, that the two ends of the ring .

, for marriage, the parents bedeck her bite into the flesh of the nose, and Intwo .. ,',,
LJ with colored 'dyes. First they smear or three days a hole has been cut .[ '
the youthful body with,coconut oil and through the flesh. i
then rub on the dyes, forming pat
gay The rings are left In for about ten ,)
terns. A string of shaik's teeth thenIs
days. They are then -removed and the
placed on ber head and ornamentsof stuffed
with folded
holes are coconut
turtle shell suspended from the lobes ,',
leaf to prevent them from closing up.: xi /
of her '-
," On special occasions ornaments of turtle ':'J
. Holes In the two alae (the outer shell are hung in the holes. :
portions of the nostrils) and the septum .
- After marriage and birth the most
of her nose are made during baby
important customs relate to death. -
hood. Small shell ornaments hang >
There are elaborate funeral rites and
from the septum nnd.feathers plucked
ceremonies, which are practically lden
j from birds! adorn, the nostrils and hair. -.
tical for both 'men ,and women.
Around her neck: is a necklace of human .

hair and her belt and bracelet are Funeral Rites. "t' v"V ,x- .% >-' N'VH
.wi" V
of white coconut leaves. Thus odorned, >
,' As soon as the dying person's, heart
and with a bright yellow skirt' cover- ceases to beat, the mother, wife's daughters .
Ing the lower of her she '
portion body, <
and other female ,relatives give FARMERS
parades with her father and senior the everywhere are enthusiastic in their "
way to loBg-drawn-out at top
- relatives around: the village. At this of'their \olces. The wails never ceases praises of the Firestone Ground Grip Tire they'say it's :
time the prospective husband knows it .
'' .except ,in pauses for breath, until the the greatest traction tire ever built, and so economical. -
Istime for him to go to his wife. That
' evening he visits her in her house. corpse is under ground. The louder How was it possible for Firestone to build such a 'std #ic stots'.tcyndtxri 'iei4 : t
the wails, the more the other relatives '
For a time the young; wife stays with are pleased. Indeed, If the ulula- remarkable tire? Firestone patented construction features' n'0' fnrck'owes ga t rough
her parents. snows / l ocower: ;
The groom visits the wifeat mild3anacis
lions are not loud enough, neighbors:: are the answer. Gum-Dipping, a process that soaks every Yauradrg
her parents' house but he, leaves: his :
and villagers are noisily critical and tl bother= of 'chars
aoil'earl :
fishing paraphernalia at his father's- cotton fiber in every cord with, pure liquid rubber, ;

,-. house. lie'must provide her with a foretell be., that the ghost of the, dead man prevents internal friction', and heat and gives the cord
wjll annoyed and ,send sickness.
"> certain amount of food and shegives
him cooked food and taro. Natives of Leuanlua, Ontong Java, body greater strength to withstand the stresses and

When priests were' in power, the do not conceive of any causes of illness strains of heavy pulling at low air pressures v
except the supernatural., All diseases -
mother, at the birth of the first-born The feature of of Gum- -
patented layers
and deaths are caused by thee,11 two, extra -,- -
: child, went to the house of one of -
- them to, preserve both iherselP and the Intervention of the spirits of those Dipped cords under the tread locks the massive super _J "'--

child from: evil Influences. She was, already dead. r trac'tion.tread. securely to the body ,of the: tire., This

and still Is, assisted by' 'her mother, The corpse, Is taken Into the road In patented GroundGrip tread is made wider, heavier and ? nporrcarisfa IIuadryy..
front of the house .
and washed. Is
It >
mother-in-law, and a mid\\ife. The jvv*;:GripTireswal'eneble: you'.ta':: <::
" husband was present until the child then returned inside, the hair Is cut, deeper, with scientific spacing between ,the bars so that i; '*vj& troughroadornoraadthe ; +? ,

was actually born but then he had to and the body Is rubbed thoroughly:: with tire ,is self-cleaning, yet rides,smoothly on improved' !1'a* > ,'*regaiifezofWeaMr\ ,;* $*_ < A.---. : \sv <<*k: ;
leave the house and coconut oil. Turtle-shell ornaments are >"$ >'-. i-S> v.v.v:
remain for
features used
away roads. These patented construction, are i'.;,"*''W *-><: -
about put In the ears and, if the dead person x
a year. This custom is still fol only Firestone Tires. This is why get :greatest ?} < :L j .\ > x'-??' -
lowed. is a man, larger specimens of these in. you: :;; > >;:>; ?; V&vs&SsA

: 't Two of ornaments are hung from the holes In traction, longest life and outstanding. performance in \vV Sfci *V S>Xr v\- \
t Days Noise
" '. the nine of the nose. In the case' of a Ground Grip Tires. They are the best investment a
Shortly after the birth, the mother- woman, a small, shell ornament Is hung ''f h'
...' 'In.law strikes a wooden pillow. ThisIs from the hole In the septum. Garlands farmer can make.
.",'' the signal for everyone in the houseto are hung around the neck and bound Equip your car, truck, tractor and farm implements,
1i' make: a noise by beating on anything;: on the brow. '
available. The din Is kept up for 48 with new Firestone: Ground Grip Tires.and save yourself : roiin.Gig.rRs'rr. foria

hours without ceasing It Is the expression Ceremony of Mourning. time,money and hard work. See this'remarkable tire at ;> tmp1emants: reddcesiod: : .ind

':. of joy that 'a new life has After the evening meal' ; which Is, your nearby Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store,

:, ,, been.added to the community.On taken about 7 p. m: or slightly later,
'this at your Tire Dealer, or at your Implement Dealer.'
and the subsequent evening:; the mourning ceremony' begins. The
the relatives of'the young mother and corpse' Is" laid on a new mat In the Remember, when buying "farm equipment specify .
'father nssemhle'outsltIe the house in center of the house. At. its feet, with Firestone Ground Grip Tires for greatest efficiency \ ; ;;

semlfestal dress-that, is to say, oiled t their hacks to It and their faces to the and economy k : k

and adorned with sweet-smelling herbs fire, sit the sons and daughtersinlaw.The .

:;, nnd flowers.: : They sing,the birth song:: ; rest of the house is filled with Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard a4t4r.ft.

:, then march around the streets, singing the other relatives of the dead per- Crooks or Nelson Eddy ivith Margaret Speaks,Monday "

at 'very corner. The first-born Is always son. If he was a man of wealth anal evenings over Nationwide N. B. C.-WEAF'Network

" named for a dead.priest, but sub. Importance' as many of the villagers as .

sequent children receive. :names .of an can possibly squeeze In will do so and '::

cestors. many others crowd arond the door.
',; The ceremonies described are performed In "a climate like that of I.euaniua,

- only for the first-born ; other which is ,only five degrees south of the

children come Into the world almost Equator, a small house containing a 1930 F.T. S it, Ca : ;t x. \'wsc

S without ceremony, except ,that the: corpse and"'a huge fire and packed with

,'>..t mother must remain within doors for people, and with all the normal ventilation '{
about two months after the birth. blocked by others, the atmospheresoon .
ty:_., When the child Is a' first-born the moth 'becomes almost Intolerable. r. :

4 er must remain within the house' for The, relatives and friends-except the ,

;;?,'j- 'the next year and must keep the child closer- female relatives;. who continue < eu'.tm* ndsfuI ta?,ia hq:+;:.,y'

t y;; ', with her during this period. The husband weeping aloud, frequently' drowningthe 'd

,*(,-f;': may not' visit his wife all this other voices-sing dirges all .

, ,:p';ITT' time, nnd consequently. he does not see through the night. The latter embrace + \ :
*(( Ills child until Jt has Its first birthday. the corpse and at Intervals rug ...4\ ,

f y Zo written record'of r person's ago It with oil. In the course of the walfe
. :
,f;*, "'- is kept. the family of the dead man give to- 1 :

;:"'' '' : -: The young father, while hp Is excluded :- bacco to all, and sundry. Almost,every t

:;;. from his wife, has two holes one In the village will come to the

,1., ; cut In the alae of the nose, each about wake held for a wealthy man, sure of :

half an Inch long., This Is an extremely getting a few. free sticks .of tobaccofor
painful process, but most men are ',a dirge. k

willing to submit to It because It Is With the dawn all save ,the Immediate -

n sign that they are now fathers and relatives. depart. Preparationsare
therefore men of some standing. then made for burIal:"

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PAGE FOTJRThe --- ----------t --- --- want a copy
: enough to
boulder rocks, just b'} I
-- "Masterpiece,
---- of million dollars annually enough to suck into the intake of the this column
a in
quarter it
well run
Clewiston News during the years to come. Caloosahatchee and choke the pump when g\\ and might then as if there is- any profit in it '

Those things don't just happen be- i have to stop and lift the rocks newspapers can make It through

cause of the generosity of our gov Captain Bartlett has a big pile the sale of extra copies but I don'timagine
Cacography boulders on the
about only smooth rounded' rushedto
Clewiston, ernment. They come I these of 'em will be
Published every Friday in the hard work of influen- deck taken out of the pump, and any on extra
through puttin'
Florida, by the CLEWISTON tial citizens and once again the influence ty Marjorie B. Wallace says he's going to donate them to clerks the in point their circulation depart-

.-. Fletcher Is seen In Joe Spadaro for rip-rap. read
II : of Mr. -- Uncle ment. Anyhow, 'tis, and" you can
that's all I had time for this riskI'assume no
outcome. And
the chameleon
Then there was the it at your own .

Editor Why should we be such poor sportsas remember, that was set downon \week. responsibility.
Bowden, be-
Keathley to criticize now? Whether a piece of Scotch plaid, and busted CASTIN' MY VOTE FOR
not Is" believe "I'M
In the ship canal or wide open trying to make, SEND"
himself TOWN
of I .aaaaUR.D..a.amR.naam
side the question. That's the pile driving situ- l
mall mat in the state is not good. Clewiston sat in a rocking chair-
old man
class An
federal Ortona-the
Entered as second the Post giving us favorable ation at cred- Too Late To Classify in his whiskers and white In
ter February 1, 1927, at hurting us, is isworking News last week in a misprint I \Gray

Clewiston Florida, under publicity and Senator Fletcher with a record of 188 piles his hair, -
Office in behalf at'a ited them out on the ,sultry: .
the Act of March 3, 1897. dilligently in \rnno shift instead of the real By cRyssell Kay And his voice rang

large number of his constituents.-\\number 108, and they arc doing air for Townsend."

just what we send their darndest to live up to the er BBBBBBBBBBBaBKBBBBHBBBBBMIAmong "I'm castin' my vote
So it
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. tives to Washington do is ror. Record to date, 129-read that my secret vices is a tendency struggled for sixty ,
can and
that the least I ,understand and "I've worked
seems wiston-which now
Advertising: rates on central Flor- twice, to go hog wild every
stop yapping about all-time high "for this of goofy years--'
the chunk
Senator is then and write a shed tears,
and my
canal and commend is Inspector Paid my taxes
ida : project. Pop few weeks
Florida and a
parody fears
behalf of verse or a old age
advancement and Fletcher for his work charge of pile driving, so and dashed offa And now I'll my
Devoted to the in ago I went hay-wire vote for Townsend.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry all the state. I shine in reflected glory. flock: of new words for the old By castin' my

morning was an excit- "I'm Bettin' My Roll on Rom- Packard
County. Wednesday tune "Then I'll buy a nice shiney
SUGAR MEN ing time at Ortona when they pour- er" for use at the annual. "Press

excavation, the "
in the upper gate Breakfast. to boot;
ed, I, hire a chauffer
Headline says: Mother of triplets .. Like the prophet who was not first concrete. Uncle Joe himself Phil Popp, the Polk County Hill- When I get my two hundred bucks
slays husband; worried over In his own nipulated the levers of the ma-I I billy dolefully chirped it on that festive -\ .
'without honor save for the f I've Page 5) _
Ob, Yeah?? plant to mete materials ) occasion and since then (Continued on

country, a giant Florida industry bucket into the truck mixer; the I been pestered to death for copies of ,

The moat practical song demonstration hit, "Th- hard by at Clewiston, has been grow- mixer went round and Buddy around Nelson; Un- the darned thing. . . .... . ...................... "'" :
of the current as a near neighbor without cle Joe peeped into it, One even went so far as to I.N...................-. .N.NNNNNN .
'Round"was guy
ing up
and ..
Music Goes 'Round as stronglyas peeped into it, Mr. Broadfoot peep- that I copyright it and .
turned Fort Myers suggest
when that orchestra impressing ed into it, and when all this peep- have a market for ten

their car over'near here Tuesday. an undertaking of that magnitude ing was satisfied, into the swinging claimed million copies I'd among the followersof 111\111'I\

it is there, we takeit and over II Farm
to have should. We know bucket went the Dr. Townsend but I should stick Good 'I
''Sholtz seems do into place;
perhaps down
Governor to providethe for granted, and we the forms and I my neck out at a time when Congress -

made good his promise with the not realize that it is one of the greatest Charlie Hartline pulled the trigger I is fixin' to investigate! I .

money for the schools the state has to boast of. that sent the mix skitting into ain't no law against Igivin' Land .
the there
court's decision making things several dusky and But \\

supreme store tax valid. What a whaleof Certainly it Is the greatest,. both ac- the hole. There spaded it into it away as far as I know, and \1
chain gentlemen be \
husky to .1 'I
the candidatesfor the look since a lot of birds appear
in present that.
a talking point tually and potentially, place with concrete spades for Rent'i

governor are going to lose. industrial picture, and when oneknows i like overgrown pancake the turners vibrator and \ &dU.J t. : .

faith of its Ethiope stuck I
President Bit- the. plans and the ;another ,
Congratulations to din- : said that the into it in several spots, and the concrete : i \
his be I
ting on the great success of developers it can settled down like a tired baby I
In the LiTIcALHx-H.-H. \
Tuesday there H-p
over I
ner honoring his key men vast enterprise will i into its bed. Broadfoot threw a hand-
in the organization Lake
evening and to those men cane fields to which all interested -
im- ful of change ...
Corporation Increasingly
: of the U. S. Sugar year by year become had contributed and including -
have made! that section to ours and parties 1
whose efforts portant to that dime of mine into the ANNOUNCEMENTS

tile industry what it is today. to the whole state. bucket load as it charged out, TrespassersWill
most enthusiastic first ,
There are among the tribute to Lady Luck in (Paid Political Adv.) \

NO REASON TO CRITICIZE of the present backers some thus paying old as contracting. ill Be

-" who lost a tremendous .amount of I a superstition as hand to .:..:N:N:N:.:N N:NNN:M:N:N:N:N:N:N+:.:NN:N:N:N1\'

it hard to believe that in pioneering the Florida sugar Mrs. Broadfoot was on OF HENDRY ProsecutedThe
We find money and. Mr. CO THE VOTERS
Lake Okee- listened to B. G. wish her husband
around industry. COUNTY \ !
there is anyone to add
unsports salesman and saw Tawler, and Sheriff \
who would be so Dahlberg, master 'Cleve '
chobee and
criticizeour poured their mon- sanctity of the Law, LaBelle Fla.
manlike and selfish as to his vision. They the keyed

senior U.. S. Senator, Hon. Dun- ey In, saw it prodigally transformedInto Johnson, and everybody was work I announce my candidacy for the. ..... \

U. Fletcher, for his work in be- drainage ditches, dikes, culti- I up and happy to see the real some office'of Superintendent of Public

can half of the Atlantic-Gulf ship canal, vation, and the steel and stone of started. Of course there was to I instruction.
which there has been so much the big plant which grinds out su- delays and hitches, but they 1 I I served the schools of this community -

about recently. Bue we under- They found, as so many pio- be expected when a lot of new 1 many: years and will, if elect- f\\ ,

controversy are such people in gar. in other undertakings: have equipment must be broken in, .tested ed. do my best to keep the doors of ;;: 1!!(
that there neers the
stand and'a
pro and raise
small min- had lost their mon- adjusted, readjusted he school houses open
section, albeit a very found that
the in- .
gradually of the schools.I
them we feel right-estab- for smooth work standard ClewistonCompanY
and because of ey proving they were gram separation
o''ity, promise a complete
that we should, in justice to the lishing for those who. took up where augurated. of the schools from_ POUUil.UU_l 11fto: o; n A: I i
Senator and to the majority of the they left off that sugar could ,be Don Hanson was down in the will work for a tenure of teachers ;

citizens, express our sincere apolo- ,profitably produced and processed every moment since he is in chargeof hard\based entirely upon their success in

criticisms which Florida: and it was a long .
gies for any such here in South concrete, the school room.

have travelled been far made enough whether for they the Senator have- off.But They many let of that them first did money.not leave go day laboratory for Don.tests Phil, Pop Davis Jimmie Futch makes was Toftin the on'support.Upon this platform D. G. McCORMICK.weakminded I solicit your. ......'.................................................................................." I f'f''II ,

to hear them or not. reorganized, and put in some more. the batcher plant, It t

A few years ago a small groupof Happily they had In Judge GeorgeW. has to keep track of the forms to t

Everglades. boosters conceived the Whitehurst of Fort Myers a jurist see that they don't give or slip be-or ,

ic: 'a of Okeechobee Flood Control of vision who helped in the transition bulge and of course Broadfoot,

th' government became interestedai as completely as the law would ing construction supervisor, is re-

a hard fight and the work was allow. He and the officers of his I sponsible to Uncle Sam for that the F More FlofidalFun. i

is familiar theexperiment so it is lucky
s:' rtcd. Most everyone I court labored valiantly to save whole shebang,

', thp story by now as the work from ruin and their he has a fine organization to take

final stages and whenn'etsd list whenever load off his shoulders,
"' 'in its names are on the honor some of the

will represent the expend- soldiers is called lucky, too that he has a geniusfor j
? a roll of good and mi1W) ;.I_.:

1 of approximately seventeen by grateful Clewiston. effective executiveness-if Web-. __ .. ... ..... ...w........;.. .,......." ."....<....:,:.w..,................ .:. :::-::::-. : : : :: :;
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<":-- dollars of federal money. to'' will pardon me. ".-.--
;, ... So are others too numerous ster ,-. -r.
1at\ ...few stop to think about is 1- here. The record would l My"Pop missed all the fun becausehe

this: "vHjy did the federal amount govern-of !include. aUoJLtbflijFectors7; mahy of' was down in the lower gate hole

thls huge having plenty of r : }..}.J ... '
< ,
spenS the harvest 1 and :'K
ment whom were 'present at driving piling sR C x4 .. Mkt i : }
t 1" Tosave .. : :
LaixS=' OKeSGilC eS would his own trying .to em- 'P..a} ::;+?: "
money on celebration Tuesday night It excitement of

the lives: of the comparatively by all means, such veterans -I I ulate that llzzard.I .
few residents or their property? organization as the energetic I daylight this mornIng \
of the Long before J

Hardly, when they could have and popular Capt. F. Deane 'I I woke up to listen sleepily to +;:t,',' /PI',

I bought every piece of individually Duff, a hard worker on the home I the deep jangle of the Dania's new l'! ( '
furnished .
owned property and and an amiable ambassador\ digging and digging a sound .. 'fifi: 7pftsOyL: :: .rY'W rr. I
grounds cutter :: :}r.{' %;:};:{:{:i5 :
the residents for a great he which\
whenever please-with
industry if
of the sugar -a noise you I IY'4iA
1"'. mnn"Was.. it behalf. At will become increasingly
dal 1"J'votes that could be travels far afield in. Its all you LaBellites time to rij:
number'of wouldbe
for some
the top of the list of couse, familiar

swung by spending this great am- found the name of the United Between the Dania on one ?:,:;:},. ,
ount of money in this area? There come. MacKenzie's ma- ;\%} ?;;}, .''': :i n'ccrY
in the entire, States Sugar corporation's side of town
votes jpa
enough are :
if a
are you
who comes other '
Clarence R.. Bitting chines on .ox :
dent, .
great musicof
district to be of any dissonant
York'at every op- awake by the
from New 'kept
down leave
nationally. better I
to counsel you'd
and on any excuse construction
must have been portunity
and it is our belief thai and guide the company affairs town. down to I
reason I went
some thrill
the morning
above all, to enjoy Monday -
'of the greatest and, the I,
Fletcher was one watch
Mr. to
.. Because he iswoildng tf seeing progress. Next to him- the MacKenzie job Man !
re-uons. Old
of of
"with waters
Bitting- would say long-confined i
unselfishly for the interests President after
the sea
Harrington, vice madly .for
he worked me"-stands J. J. River race !
: of his the cut and the river open
manager was
president and general the dam
this comparatively
afhard. for Hicpochee down
who makes the from Lake I
the job ed up ,
would on
area as he fellow Likea
populated out
sptrsely the man, by all water ever pour
the metropolitian wheels go round and Did that !I I@I
worked for freshet
hove board of directors to mill race, like a spring
ai--as, interested the War possibilities Depart-- accounts field hands, who is the spark plug of across rapids like hell on wheels,\
ment in the agricultural channel to the
of the section and used his great the big doings spreading out from filling the completed itself in the nar-' h'Ifl :> allon
the around the lake. brim piling up on ; '
influence in Congress to have Clewiston I I frothy angry surf swear-
there cut in
this was go- : succeeding over row
lake work done. While They are and tugging it was
remember that will continue to make greatptrides I ing and hissing yI
Ing on we do not and they wanted to yell L ; '
You } W
sight. t ;
there was a great amount of criti- in success because they not\quite a mad. I 'climbed t y } y 'f T ;J\r4 :N} i iusrtt.
looked ys i.VUiY\
with at it, it tf. \ ry+ }
Nature back
cism of his actions.. only' have harnessed of the: highest pointomthe ; [ :;:\R'r' : .,
because to the top
did the work start but their money and brains but the dam and
Not only bank near I

wa:, kept going through 'the' days of,,they have put the reins in the handscf ele-!I the panoramic spoil view was inspiringand ALL FUEL-that's why the Gulf gal-

depression and toward the last,' the right men. The human thou and do like- IT'S
thework nent stands "as high as the sugar lovely.-go sand isa"BIG"gallon.Thenon-power.
when it began to look as though 'Von't regret the
the wise and you
might have to stop because theO cane, works as efficiently as shoes. producing elements, which represent as I,

'-.eeclbee Floi i Control DiFtriftcrnld great mill. They have an organization in your dredge Diesel has passed in 'gasolines, i
.. resourceful, industrious .and The much as 1/7 waste many
to put up skipping,
money: and
not raise: o Olga bridge J
What men with vision through Get Gulf; j s every drop
ruav 'ling funds a tl:o neocscary stretch of rocky :
hap- thought could be done, what men a started it to waste .
ft'reed u"on, something Tampa, has work-none of goes
b-''n : dothis crew saving for the goes to '
money set out to
TI tai: which not i Iv eliminated to ft Jim Harrington's Is doing. A permanent digging again. Try it! THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE ;

5if.; for racing this money Davis is':in sight of the bridgeat
.r:(!' industry is their The ,
complete; the TVC lt 1/dt also provide be' their achievement Alva and .making good progressin i
for federal maintenance of the project goal and the most aggrevating sort of digging -
: News-Press.
and the expenditure of: a prob7 Fort Myers

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? Miami over the week-end. Miss Rosa Doub spent last week- For this time, I'm knowin' just where
:_: Personal Mention :: -
'-- end in Tallahassee, with her sister, I'm at Tooth Powder

...u'.........'.............t....................-:...................................................."....-.s."' Mrs. C. R. Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. T. Miss Laura Doub, who is a student And send.I'm -castln my vote for. Town- Use: 2 teaspoons table salt, 2 tea-',
I'. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Now- : at the State College. spoons baking soda, 2 teaspoons precipitated .. ,

9, Mrs. L. H. Robbins is visiting her l.ng and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroe- Miss Jeanette Cross visited in Fort / V chalk, and 4 drops oil of., '

son and family in Miami this week. ; (lor were dinner guests of Mr. and:17rs. Myers over last week-end as the "Then I'll buy a pretty. tuxedo wintergreen. '

-.i'! : J. B. Miller in Canal Point guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewis. And get.me a suite at the Ritz, 'Mix the first three ingredientsand

;3 Dr. and Mrs. J.., G. Niblack were Sunday; evening. Miss Lula Jones, Miss Eloise ,I And the bell-hop' who : serves 'my then add the wintergreen drop

visitors in Hollywood Sunday. Turner, Miss Lucille DavIdson, Walter Martini by"'drop. The cost of this powder is

Tom Rumbley, of Monroe, Ala., Hough, Pat O'Bannon, Ralph Will always be sure of his tips. about 2 cents. The flavor increases

': ., R. M. Hare, of Ocala, spent the Arrived here the first of the week O'Bannon, and Holly Grimes were the cost but adds to the attractiveness

.' week-end here with his family. I for a short visit with his brother visitors at the Fort Myers Fair FrI- "You can knock Doc. Townsend and of the powder, especially when

: .I. A. Rumbley before going to La- day morning.Mrs. razz his plan, used by children. The salt makes ,

,' :,: Charles Howell, of Ocala, visited I Belle where he will be employed as Charles Yeomans and her Tell me that Roosevelt's a better the gums firm, and the soda neutralizes

.4t :.' friends here this week. pharmacist in Alston's Store. man, mouth acids.
J mother, Mrs. J. P. Hull, of Felda, I
it. .-- But from the President
}\'" -- arrived returned Wednesday from Orlando down, they'll Shampoo Solution

-- \",. W.:. C. Owen was a business visitor Dr. R. V. Saturdayfrom where they have been visiting since, I get the can '.

;r'-' in :West Palm Beach Wednesday._ Washington to spend several last Friday.Dr. If they don't pledge their vote for Take: 2 oz. neutral" soap, 1 quart

clays with Mrs. Allison here. He was Townsend. water, and 8 drops oil of lavender.
and Mrs. George W.
> '.' Fr. F. J. 'Finnegan was a visitor recalled to Washington Monday, Shave the soap, add the water
have arrived from Perth
Tuesday in West Palm Beach. :Mrs.' Allison_ accompanying him as Amboy, "Pete" and "Wilcox" are both nice and heat the soap until dissolved.Oil .
N. J. to time
spend some at their
far as West Palm Beach of lavender or oil of lemon
guys verbena -
,C winter home near Fort Denaud.
:J} ; Mrs. S. J. Simmons, of Belle --- But I'm all fed up with politicallies. may be added for fragrance.This .
Mrs. Joe Horn of Mo. ,
Lexington, ,
< Glade, was a, visitor here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson en- >,- makes 'about one quart, and
li with her sister, arrived recently to
,. tortained a few friends at a bridge I used to be dumb, but .Fm gettin' costs perhaps 1 cent. It can be stored -
visit with their .
parents, Mr. and
::: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn, of party at their home Thursday ev- wise in a bottle or quart jar and stor-
Mrs. U.
J Ocala, visited Mr. and Mrs. O. H. ening. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and Ayer.Mr. Mrs. N. D. Bachuman of 1 And I'm castin' my vote for Townsend -I II ed until the hair is shampooed.

-- won the high score prizes, and Mrs. I
:: Roberts Saturday and Sunday. .
t' Cincinnati, Ohio, were business visitors -
I :
/ --- J, L. Crabb was given a guest favor.
'.- of 'Others present were Mr. ,and Mrs. J. in LaBelle Monday and Tues- READ THE 'ADVERTISEMENTS
; Miss Amelia Olds, Daytona :
day. They stayed at'the Caldwell "Then I'll give my job to some'youngster
A. Rumbley and Mr. and Mrs. M. R.
Beach, visited Mrs. H. O. Peters '
home while
Lawler. Sandwiches and an Iced ,,
Monday. 1 Mrs. Carl Foreman of Fort My And just loll around in the'sun.When .
drink were served.
1I I ers, visited with her mother, 'Mrs. I get my two hundred buck REFRIGERATORS .
: Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Sr., of PHILCO RADIOS
Emma Weekly: and her sister, Mrs. pensionI'll
.!.. .' Jacksonville, visited their son, G. S. GARDEN CLUB MEETS Ella Carson Monday. sure have a barrel of fun! Furniture and Home Furnishings

\ r ., Mobley, Jr., and Mrs. Mobley over WITH AIRS. SIMPSON Household '
M. J. Bush left Monday to go- to Furnishings{
s- the week-end. THE COMMUNITY CHURCHD.
Pahokee where he is employed.Mr. .
"J' Mrs. Wt F. Simpson was hostessto Jenkins Williams, Minister. Inc. -
- and Mrs. Roy Stapler and baby -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and the members of the Garden Club
i son, Gene, made a trip to Moore 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.
Kim attended the Eddie Cantor at her hope on the government reservation ',,,,,
Haven Saturday.Mr. 10:45 A. M. Junior \
broadcast in Sunday.
Hollywood Thursday afternoon., .,
and Mrs. Jack Renfroe, of Im- 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship. "A 1
Following the business meeting a
mokalee, were visitors of Mrs. Renfroe's :
a Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sturgis attended contest was held with Mrs. G. B. Paying Concern". J. M. COUSE .
sister, Mrs. Ralph Hendry and
,, ; the show in Moore Haven Sun Rackstraw and Mrs. I. D. Leydig '
.. Mr. Hendry last Sunday. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ,Counselor and at Law
day evening tied for the prize and Mrs. Rack- Attorney;
Rev. and Mrs. Lemons and their
straw winning the cut. .
children, of Fdrt Myers, attendedthe Hopkins Building-
Weekly from Ilomo Demonstration
: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch, of Sandwiches, candy and fruit juice "
Church of God Y. P. E. meeting '
%r Grant, Fla., spent several days here were served to Mrs. E. L. Stewart, I Specialists, Tallahassee Wednesdays and Saturdays
here last Thursday night.
this week. .4 Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. Y.
Mrs. Mary Kent and Craig Cald-I Of interest to rural women of 9:30 to 4:00 '
Patterson, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer -
well of Bristol, Tenn., have arrivedto Florida should be the directions
W. P. Vaughn, Sr., is critically ill Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. I. D.: Ley- following -
in Good Samaritan Hospital in West visit here with Miss Margie Lynn for making toilet preparations -
dig, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. D. J.
Caldwell and George Caldwell fora at home.
Palm Beach. Williams and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. I
month. "
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hand Lotion Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
Mrs .J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. F. H. Use: 1-2 oz. gum tragasanth (about -

;k, Moltz spent Thursday in West Palm BUFFET SUPPER, BRIDGEMrs. Lake Worth, were visitors of Mr. ,i 3 1-2 tablespoons), 3 oz. Bay
and Mrs. Blitz -
Beach. rum (6 tablespoons), 2 oz.. glycerine -
Wl. C. Owen hostess at Sunday.Mr. I
(4 tablespoons), 1 quart rainwater Lake Harbor
I Phone No. 1
..;,:,: Mrs. E. A.. Houser, of Eau Gallie, a buffet supper and bridge party at and Mrs. Harold Magill of and 10 drops oil of lavenderif
!j' Moore Haven were of Mr. Ma-
s :' will arrive shortly to make her home her home Tuesday evening. guests 'I ( desired). '--

,?:< with her son, S. W. Houser. High score prize, a bath mat, was Gill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Soak the gum in the cold water

Miss Jewel v Russell, Parker Wil- won The second by Mrs.high W. M.prize Redelshiemer.,, handker- Magill Sunday. ionally.for a day Strain and night through, stirring a cheese occas- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--t..:..:..:..:..:.. ':":")o:":" :":":"$

-"4 son and A. P. Beery ,attended a hiefs, went to Mrs. R. Selee and the Too Late- Cont'd- cloth. Mix all the other ingredients ;*; New and Used ;:y i;:

I dance in Pahokee Thursday evening. onsolation, a bag of sugar, was given together and pour slowly into the s .s'.

'., to Mrs. F. E. Bryant. dissolved gum tragasanth. This '
,' "::-.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brizlus, of Those enjoying the evening were (Continued from page, 4) makes a quart of lotion and costs ; FURNITUREBELLE *

Miami, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.: F. Deane Duff, Mrs:; F. E. Bry-' pension 'fc ,' about 45 cents. This lotion may be y

' Mrs. M. R. Lawler r and family Sun- mt, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.. F. I.lill For worry I won't care a hoot. poured into screw top bottles and I y y

= day. ;;: Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Richardson -, is enough for the family's use dur- : GLADE

,\ -- Selee, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, "We've financed Wall Street'' and I I

jt Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Bigelow of 'Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. Europe, too, :_: =:
;."...' Palmyra, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. 'S. Bestor, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Seen both the bankers and labor REPRESENTATIVE WANTED-To I *

J. B. Dotterer several days this 4rs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, through, secure copyrighted contracts Indi- .. .s'
t. ..
week. md Mrs. E. L. Stewart And now by crackey, I'm tellin' you vidual or Family Groups 1 to 80. Every Belle Glade, Florida t;
I'm crackin' whip for Townsend. .s.
--- my claim paid. Address Suite 325 :;: Next Door To Theatre ::;
L. Grady Burton, of Wauchula, :MOORE HAVEN COUPLE I Comeau Building, West Palm Beach, -1

and business L. O.visitors Gravely! ,here of LaBelle Wednesday were MARRIED HERE TUESDAYMiss But"I've you always better voted not figure a Democrat,too -strong', I Florida. F. 14-21-28-3t ::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:.;:.

morning. Frances Thielen, of Lake- .-'---

': ; )ort, and Tom Stroud, of Moore Ha-I I ..

Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, of Palm "en were united in marriage Tues-:

Deane Duff and Mr. Duff here..this ay "evening. at 6:30 by Fr. F.' .J. : :IT i: : 4 A : :i:

week.Beach, visited,'her; daughter, Mrs. F. Innegan, pastor of St. Margaret's F 0 R S L E .II.

Catholic church at the pastorate. On- y
T. C. Jones -of -the-Chicago officeof groom iV the and mother a brother and sister of the of bride the I II .!. ::1: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :: :

the U. S. Engineers visited the attended the service. .s. .:. .s' s

Y' Clewiston sub-office Wednesday on The young couple will make ,their tVyY v

: his way home from a visit in Miami. home in Lake Harbor where Mr. I yY

otroud is employed as engineer for f yX

ti., Harry, S. Crapo, chief cost accountant the branch plant of the Moore Haven -i .s. .1. tX..' s

from the Jacksonville office Ice Company located there. .t. .. .t. s

of the U. S. Engineers was a f yXy

business visitor here dnesday. DR. AND MRS. EZELLE GIVE I .t. .. .t.y tyy


s':. Mrs. Robert Farnam and Mrs.' R. :t: .+:. \ ,; : ..;. :'s.t:

E. Householder, of Moore Haven, Dr. and Mrs. J. Wt Ezelle enter- .s. + i It e tyY 's. t
were Clewiston visitors Friday tained Monday evening with abridge + xXx

morning. party at their home honoringMrs. + 1.t.
;:"r J. L. Crabb. .. .:. ; ( '. .', '
> ? :: ::
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: 1 Mrs. I. M. Pafford and daughter, High score prizes were awardedto .. vAtii .:. ..
Mrs.: J. E. Beardsley, a wall clock, 't' ;
:i Mary Kay, arrived Friday from y. .. .t..t..
:'. Good ,Samaritan Hospital in West and T. B. .Shelley, a belt; low score :' : ..

I;:" 1 Palm Beach. Mr. Pafford drove over prizes went to Mrs. T. B. Shelley .t'y ..:... .S.t..s.. ...

,," for them on that day. she. having made the lucky cut af- .t''s' .t. ..s. ..
L _---' __ ter tying with Mrs. M. R. Lawlerfor '.' -} .S.I.S.I. .
.. 't' ..
,/ Mr. .and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. the dubious honor, and to J. A. : y

ajwl Mrs. C. E. Nail, and Mr. and Rumbley. Mrs. Shelley received a I. ) Xi

,; Mrs. A. W. Lawrence attended the set .of 'coasters and Mr. Rumbleya :i: :i: .;. 'i'

I Kiwanis Millionaire Dinner at Hol- tie. Mrs; R. N. Smith ,won the cut .;. .. :t: .:t.: '
.t. !
lywood Saturday evening. prize, a paper knife, and Mrs. Crabb 't' 's.
::: :!: ::
was given a pair of silk. hose as a .i' .i. :s: ..
: Mrs. M. W. Bigg entertained guest prize. .t' 't' ..s..t..
; Thursday with a luncheon honoringMrs. A salad course, cakes and coffee 't..' .t. .t. .s.

., F. E. Bryant. Others present were served to: Mr. and Mrs. M. R. .:. .'t'. 'y

were Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. H. C. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- ,i.. ..1.!. '. :: ..

f Kolstad and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, +. t \Je II.
Mr. and Mrs., W.:. F. 't.
i Simpson, Mr.
ty k...: ,! >.
ii.. Word was received here this :week and Mrs. T., B. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. yy I ; 1

that Miss Betty Spicer'who is attending M. E. Yenawine and Mr. and Mrs. .yy:' .t.. .t, 's. ,

.5S: Florida State Woman's Collegein R. N. Smith and Mrs. Crabb. xx 1Y

: Tallahassee had recently been .initiated ---.--:-- : .s' :s:
The Balance Like Rent
':. '<.' into the Kappa Alpha Theta LaBELLE NEWS :!u: :;: Pay :;: ::

;f ;; : sorority. ._. WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :s .:;s:.
;} r Mrs. J. B. Dotterer gave an informal Mr. and Mrs 's. 't. -
Roy Stapler visited :
;: tea ::0: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME : ::
Thursday afternoon in Fort Myers Sunday.
honoring Mrs. D. C. Brindson and Miss Flora Padgett of Fort Mc- I

Mrs. J. L. Crabb. Others pre:!\en Coy, is visiting with Miss Katherine _j Clewiston Home Building Association H::1 %

were: Mrs. M.: R. Lawler, Mrs. Curry.Mr. .

Hoomes Rich and Mrs. R. N. Smith. and Mrs. Sam Brown spent s

Salted nuts, candy, cake and coffee I last week-end in Lakeland"as the .;. ..;. PHONE. 1021 : :;.

were served, v' I guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Couch arjd ? 'h' ... ...____._.- .. .. .

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; www Authorities of Lithuania have deEf@
cided to make the Inmates of their

prisons pay for their keep Instead of ,

being a burden to the state.


: ornfrd Yates .

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by flnton. Batch des Co WNU Service. 4

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SYNOPSIS working together, were continually As I was ushered Into the library, "Mr. Spencer and I," he said, -turnIng -

ready to cope with whatever befell. Helena rose from a table and took my "have met before. In fact, I left '

John Spencer and his cousin, Geoffrey So two.days and two nights went hand, his cousin t' Salzburg-In excellent

Bohun, are vacationing In Austria. by, and l"had no news for Geoffrey, "My brother's arrived," she !ald."He's health. He was very busy when I saw'

prefers Geoffrey Is to a gifted paint portrait landscapes.'palnter While but and, to Judge from the wires whichhe only been here twenty minutes, him. I think he was'seeking some sub Clever and WiseA

strolling In the forest, John hears Eng sent, he had none for me. and, as he's brought a friend with him, 'ject. I find all his work delightful clever fool is more dangerousto

lish voices, and decides to Investigate.From Our third patrol was over; and my I've had to put off dinner till half past -he takes such pains." argue with than., a wise one.

safe cover he finds four who men lady and I were riding back from: eight. But that's nothing What really What, Immediately followed I cannot ;
burying: a man In green livery I
evidently, had ,been murdered. PharaohIs Plumage as the dawn was peering over matters is that he's rather a hand clearly remember, because, I suppose,

the leader of the"' gang; the othersare the eastern woods. ful.- ., ." my wits were all over the place.I CIt STII FAY E
Dewdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately know that I stood like G7
Helena turned to me. I took my seat beside her on a sofa. some con-
John makes: himself known to and dine this vict, listening the formality of Judgment r s-t, SiNCE NJER .
"Will eve-
the assassins by, dropping a letter with you come "John, she continued, "I ought to
his.name'and address. He tells Geoffrey ning? I'm not going to dress." have told you before, but I thought and finding the grave occasion a fARR1A&E .
and his chauffeur. Barley of his ad Helena. hideous dream.' I know that Helen'a.i'ntroduced'me .
"I'd love to, that he'd give "me more notice. I'd
venture. \ that John's and that I shook hands \
Geoffrey, realizing
"Then yot. ride up by yourself at a only time to send the car to the station FINDS
life Is in danger, declares he must van. i with the Count-a goodt'ookingboy
Jsh. Spencer discovers that the livery quarter to eight and tell Aeto\ Jringur to meet his train." with very ; a RELIEF '

of the murdered, man corresponds to the roan and be at the edge of the, Remembering what she had told me an overbearing: manner and < AT LAST'ALLVEGETABLE
the signs of drink In his face. And I
the livery of the servants of Toilck forest at half-past nine. of other guests-
castleand tells Countess Helena, mistress Then"I know that while Pharaoh was speak- IN SAFE ,
I hesitated. "And his friend said I.
"! of the castle what he had seen. ing, he kept a hand under: his, Jacket
With Geoffrey and Barley John starts wish." I said, "jou'd give It a She shrugged her shoulders."Oh METHOD!
upon his hip. He might have: sparodthe
'I for Annabel, a nearby \lllage. They miss tonight. the usual sort, I suppose. I It dated from her marriage: her trouble with
encounter : Pharaoh. In making their "It Isn't every day that I fall foul haven't even seen him. Never, mind. gesture: my pistol was.' In the intestinal sluggishness,nervousness headaches.
Rolls. Nothing her more than partial relief until
jgetawaysthey'exchange shots with the gave
without.. of people'n.e Pharaoh and The point is this. Valentine must know she tried a natural plant: and vegetable laxative
serious result. arrive -
gang All the time brain
-. at Plumage farm, (,n the Yorick crowd. The time's out of joint, my dear nothing of what Is afoot. He doesn'tknow my was rampant, Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets). She felt so '
darting hither and thither.In much better immediately-more like living Try
estate where' Lady Helena had requested -. Jchn ; and If I'm to help reduce It. of the gold, and he must not N R'sycrSCIf.Note how refreshed you feel.NR's
John and his cousin. to. .meet her. I've got 'to step out of my beat. And know. He mustn't know about. young a' flash we 'had, been confounded. are so kind to your system.effective m clearing
She reveals to them that her father i ,My cousin. and Barley were at Salzburg up colds,biliousr.esaheadaches.- -
, Don't look. I'm to
here we are. going he's
Florin, except that dead. I've -
had converted.his Immense fortune .Into but Pharaoh was here In the f
gold sovereigns and hidden them away get off. e told him I've lent you Plumage-you the'Coun NonhabltfonnD,. __ .-
Only 25c
castle the of And ing. ,
In a secret vault in' the castle. KnowIng As she gave me the' reins, 1 had and your cousin, of course: that.'your all druggists. .
that. his son: Valentine, Helena's the maddest Impulse to throw myselfoff cousin painted our uncle is reason Dewdrop was here as his;servant, and
brother, was Incapable of controlling take Bugle and Rush, were at hand. Thoughthe
horse and her into
my my enough. But what makes things difficult
I had
the fortune, he revealed It, to Hel castle was full of ,servants, the
ena alone just before his death. Income arms. is.this.* He is the Count of Yorick, ,
manner the news had leaked out As I pulled myself' together and,,as such, when he's here in the castle Countess was powerless as long as her TO WOMEN EVERYWHERE
. and Pharaoh Is after the treasure. "You're trembling John. Are you i brother was there: besides, my life was The Franco-American Hygienic Co.,
r They planned that Geoffrey and Barley ne has absolute say. I simply do forfeit, If Helena lifteda hand. If'she Chicago, tho homo of CUTlGIENEtho
: would go to Salzburg to watch for cold? not count. My father did what he famous night cream wants women representatives -
, sought to disillusion her brother Pha- to sell their :lino lino of Toilet
. Pharaoh, while ,John was to remain "No, said I. "I'Ji dreamlig.. Youinowhow could.. He left me 'the contents of the Preparations and Household Products.
- at Plumage lying low In the daytime dogs shake and quiver whenthey're else raoh had only whisper the secret his Old reliable Company.Splendid chance to
castle' and everything that he had,
,,: develop Interesting1! and substantial sales
and 'patrolling the. roads 'about Yorick sister
kept. .
dreaming some curious dream. the estate. He hadn't the profits. .Addr,,, NELLIE ELYTHC CHASE,
'_ from dusk to dawn.CHAPTER except powerto That nothing might be wanting to 1730 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago,n..A .
"What are you dreaming? asked leave that away from his son and
seal our discomfiture"My -
Helena. heir. And so I've a definite hold on '
." IIIContinued6 sister tells ,me. you're at Plum'
t "That you and 1 have ridden up. Valentine-which he most deeply re "
?L' -- through ,the forest to -the castle to sents. But sometimes when he is here ,age, said the Count. "I hope you'vegot Body BuilderMiss
all want I sent there to .
: I started to run down the road with which you belong; that the dawn'sccminh the knowledge that he. is allpowerfulgoes you was
shake 'off measles and I've never liked Kathleen LaNair
;: Sabre loping beside me, two Inches : up, like the frost on a glassof to his head. .: A of 4-13 Barnard St. Savannah -
the place since"Before :
.:. away from my knee.. cold water to wake a workaday "I'm bound, to tell you; all this. He'll' I could answer':'- /;{.'. few years, Ga.ago, said I lost"A

The car'had stopped now, quite doso world j' that you're standing there with probably be quite all right: but If he '-. : 'weight, through poor

I to the, entrance drive. Sr.bre. looking at me and smiling." should show off this ,evening jou'll: un. 'quietly."Where'sPlumage_. ? said Pharaoh. ,, zr. .ff.I"-. me Dr..Picrcc's Mother Golden gave ,

Cautiously I..made my 'way forward.I Her .smile'.deepened; into'a laugh. The ,r' v 9 f.:J. ]:. .. Medical Discovery. I
Count told him exactly, whilst ...... "" to feel better when
:: : began
was almost abreast of the taillight "Am unreal? ... ..
so I.stood dumb. :::: ::> I had taken the tonic
when"Bugle spoke .' ; only three or four days ---
"Oh, no. You're wonderfully real. "Vel'y'attractive ,<,
said Pharaoh and
Then appetite and digestion improved .
,: .: "Two 'undred miles a day was what ,. But all the rest Is, fantastic-the hour. tossed his cocktail off. "May ,I speakto took on my tveight. my who'e! body .seemed:t, to ).. '
he said. And .he.took" the speedometer and I fet perfectly well' .
t the setting, our having the world to servant .minute?" gain strength
my a tablets SOc. liquid $1 00 & $1.35.
,:. reading before he went. New ,size, ;
ourselves And you've done It all. The fellow's audacity shook me. For
(' "T3 would," said hush 'warmly. Helena.. You've made the magic, I .
created -
.. .' some reason I did not fear him, but his
'Cause he ain't no'fool i said Bu
the atmosphere. When : 'I
you go. monstrous impertinence hit
L cM me over. .
gle. '"HeVseen your: ,shape .befOre.' "" It's going, to go, too. .. '. It's terribly the heart. '

,, "Now I look ''ere, ;Bug.le." said :Rush hard to explain." I concluded feebly His I intention was clear. While 'we

"''11 work the njght .through If I'm i enough ; "but I think you've a power
dined would seek Rush and
'" Dewdrop
,,' tioin1 pood.: Bu't-\\\ ain't ;poln* ,to; find you don't know of, 'and : that's the Bugle, and the two\ would be waiting at STOPPED'UPOST

;: .' little ,Arthur,by rakin' these. roa s." truth." i
when I
Plumage returned. iL
'::':: "Who's rakin1 roads?" said' Bugle. ."I shall have to be careful," said And Helena and i could do nothing,
"Pharaoh,says 'Watch that castle.' an Helena. due to rold4
1 heard the Count send for "Captain
. Pharaohs right. That livery's known .' '. r
.. | "
. Faning'g servant. Before he arrived,,
,'.,'. An' once he's "found the:lady, he'll find It was twelve' hours later .that I however, the doors were opened again
her. K00dr 'Where the carcase is,' 'say Use Menlholalumlo .
'' -: opened a .001 of the Rolls and regarded and a butler entered the room.
" ', Pharaoh, and with i that, "he lalighed' : the This ". help open the
petrol-gauge, was dis "My lady is, served
; fit tly. nosirils and permit
concerting. There was fuel enough' for F .As we passed through the hall, the freer .
., limme me the pumps," said Rush."He's to do but If' breathing.NO
us patrol our quarry 6t curtains of an archway were parted
:' got to take In 'petrol and. :'ow appeared there was not enough fuel add Dewdrop appea ed.. Helena saw

'. many Rolls d'you see?" for pursuit There was nothing for It. him, as I did, and quickened her pace.
:: "Pumps, said Bugle
contemptuous Before. we did anything ,else we must ;My lady and I were within the din-
. ly. "An' when Pharaoh asks If we'l '\"(>
drive to some petrnl- )ump. o"dr'a long lag room. Except for the servants we
got him. what do'e say'f ''Well woain't
time considering
:. .r hesitated, ; whetheror had the room to ourselves.::
exactly got him. but 'ere's a list o' no I should not out forthwithand
, go .I heard her speak to the butler. DANlRYFfShe[
( /.. the pptrol-pumps he's used.' He \let fetch it alone.: But, In the end I "Ask the Count to begin," 'she said

: out.n. hitter'lallih.. "You know decided that, though it was, most Inconvenient Then she turned to me. "Come," she Uses Glover's I

" you'll buy It yet. Maybe you can open I had not sufficient warrantfoi breathed., : '
' She used to be a ,
: I1
,,- .a door but'F's breaking my promise not to leave 1 In a flash she ',was out on the ramparts 's, victim of Dandruff.

:t;. .-. a nasty mind," said Rush. Plumage by day. I, therefore, contented with me behind. There she turnedto Io> 1 ,But no more! Her
:;: "That's C1aw 'S truth, an' know "My Sister Tells Me You're at
you myself with cleaningand oiling the the left and /an like the wind. '" secret is regular: use of
'.i; It.. Look at lhat voice. Off to Saz! engine. I drove the car on the Plumage,":Said, the Count. Glover's Mange'
apron (TO BE CONTINUED). :. : Mcdicmeand Glover s
,b lrftrstc.l:. ss. but no one else must 1.1'froJ1t of the house, and In this derstand. As I 'say, I've not seen his 1-) ; Medicated Soap for
let T/s In some night clnh ': < the shampoo: That'sshould
up. now the '.
way car was ail ready. and when
i--- friend. If he's no good, I'll soon have No' Cannon Balls Wastedin ., what! YOU be;
\1;"" ,' -you can lay to that. But we'\e go* the time came, we should have but lo him 'out of the place. But whateverlie's t-t > mil ,I.. doing for YOUR hair.

ltt' to work, we 'ave, combln the country. leave our saddles and take our seats.. Napoleon's War Days ith M-: Ask your Hiirdresser-
like, remember that'he Is my broth- she knows.
:' i to pick up the squirt he missed." Then I washed my hands and sat er's guest. And Valentine's Count of To the soldier of the cannon hall era .t

.* 'Ow far 'ave we done" said Bugle. down to write to my cousin ; but he Yorick. Don't forget that." the modern system, of battering the! Gf ; tJ

:'.,.. After an audible struggle with the' never had his' letter. for before I had "I'll be very careful," I said. enemy with high explosive shell would .

:.... tale the speedometer told- written page the farmer's wife came Then we talked of other things and seem wasteful, observes ,,9 writer inPearson's AtaUDruggists .

'" Ninety-four." salrt'nush. smiling to serve my tea. wondered how Geoffrey, and Barley Weekly..

,-_ "flnwd 'elp." said Bugle: 'An he What that good-woman. thought. of were getting on and whether Hush 'and When Napoleon was besieging, tne,

;:- said two hundred a cIa'y."el1 ." Helena will hardly go Into words. All Bugle would give u? our chance tonight costal fortress. of Acre the British fleet:

"'\ we can't do both." said Rush. bf- talk was of the Cojmtess; -of. her 't'here-seemed to be no reason cut him off from his munition base at

"If 'e said' to watch the castle!' wisdom arid understanding, of her for cancelling the plans> we had made. Alexandria, and a replenishment' o(

"Figures Is proof. said Bugle.;: "Anv- lively beauty and 'charm, and since. she It was twenty minutes to nine whenwe supplies was badly needed My Ideal Remedy for

,ways :young; Arthur ain't here," and.. had seen her christened, she had mem heard'a'burst- of laughter, and the A beach party of to troops build glorified was sent sand down cas tothe r'?

with that, he let in his clutch.I ofiSby the hundred to lllustiate.. everything library 'doors were opened by the servant -
ties. The British admiral Sir Sydney
"Though I have tried all
she said.
that stood without.
ran for the Rolls like madman
Smith, thinking thata new battery was remedies Capudine suits me
and panting Incoherence to Aet'ena. or- the Coilnt, however, the woman Then the Count came In, still laugh. best. It is quick end gentle."
being built, closed In with, his ships
started the ,engine and hacked the (car said nothing at all. Ing, ,with his ami about Pharaoh's. Quickest because it is liquid-
and poured broadside after broadside its ingredients are already dis ; ,
on to the road. An Instant later we That evening I strolled in the meadows shoulders and a challenging look In his of cannon balls onto the beach. Napoleon solved. For headache, neural '
,were flying In pursuit of Bugle and until-t; was tune to,change, 'and eyes" paid five francs' for. each one re- gic, or muscle cches. 'St

Hush.. ,After a frantic ten minutes I I shall always: remember the stillness trieved and deposited at his ordnance

,knew that my quarry was lost but I that hung like a nai.tle about the CHAPTER IV dump. .

went pn In desperation for half an meadows: and'; woods. Not: that the air On ,other days, false movements of

hour; then stopped by the side of the was heavy ; there w'as no sign of thunder Flight. troops were made 'along the beach

Toad. .. ,* ; the sky'was clear. Yet the calm How Helena knew that It was Pharaoh when the British, fleet was near enough

"John, they missed you by Inches. If was that which sometimes precedes I cannot tell. She knew him the to watch them, and the "fielding" gave ASSIST NATURE

they'd met you full, In the fairway,. the tempest-a strange, unnatural condition Instant she saw his face, for I felt her splendid results. Some of the balls

you'd have been done.. I tell you that was not peace. stiffen beside me before she got to her were loped over the citadel wall, on to With this Vegetable

frankly I've learned quite { lot' to :. .. feet For Pharaoh himself, I can, only tbe Turkish troops. Other cannon balls : Laxative

'night. And If they comb out tomorrow When I rode Into sight of Yorick, I say that his, address was as perfect as were returned (with compliments and Ii that acts like

I bet we follow them home." saw that a flag' had been hoisted on mine was mean ,thanks) to the British ships which had p yk Nature intended
'We'?" said I. "vou're' not coming one of the towers. I could not see the The Count of Yorick was speaking. just, fired them."Mademoiselle.

.- ou: again.; :. : ,device, for the breeze had fallen to' "Helena, this is Captain Fanlng." 1T' to cleanse the

: "I certainly am," said Helen, "For nothing, and the bunting was lying Pharaoh came to her quickly and de Armentieret" : I System of poi

L.' one' thing I simply love It, and you're. lifeless against the staff. No flag had took' her hand.. As he looked Into her The tune, "Mademoiselle de Armen ', sons caused by

;is not going to say after this_that you been flying on'Tuesday, when Geoffreyand eyes, he'spok'e very' low tleres," Is derived from a Sixteentt p1' Constipation.

.- .' can do.It alone?" '. I had'visited Yorick for lunch, butI "What a good thing I missed Mr. century folksong entitled "Die Dre LOc 25cF

To my horrid disappointment. supposed that today 'was some festival Spencer. Had I hit him, I should) have Reiter." Its words had their origix I INATURE'S

kept a fruitless: vigil the 'next two ,. which It was the. custom to honor discarded my'ace of trumps." in an English army ditty called "Ski

i nights. By i ow, of course, I had come thoughout the land. Before she could answer, he.'laid his boo," which was popular'' about to

to know the roads, and the two of us, My supposition was wrong., left hand ou; my arm., time of the Franco-Prussian war. BEST ASSISTANT

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The Mind By Reaper; Cases Dismissed

p OUR COMIC SECTION Meter. LOWELLHENDERSON_ Police 'Lieutenant R. L. D. Nord'of

Los Angeles requested dismissal _of "

Bell Syndicate.WNU Servlct. traffic compt11Ints' lnst Richard

Morton, William J., Lyons and J. E.
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a syllable out said Nord.. "They were killed in
the ifirst column and unite It with one traffic."
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I 1 always had.-Pathfinder Maga-
Mrs. Gotrocks Nora, during the reception "So Prosser has thrown his hat"In, zine.
: I want you to stand at' the the "
=. : ring, has he? one asked of the
!;; .t front door and call the guests' names. politician. .

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{. ,. Sluggish Blood ? NEXT SMOKE
'. Z He-Dearie, we shall have to econ
\ He-Dancing Just gets Into my blood. Lollle-I thought Caesar was dead. \ TASTEBETTER.:
:f; She-Then you must have cir- omize somewhere. 1 pl.
poor Audrey-lie Is, isn't he? M
:; culation. It hasn't reached your feet.. 'tolllc-No, Sirs. Butler said she She-Yes. I was just wondering If
.. '. ;:"s ) what else there Is that you can get
teaches him.
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: .. without.In I '
'.. ,. MAYBE SOr Mr. Skunk' (running from auto exhaust along i
,:;:. )-Wheel! Here's where I beat It. SIGN HIM! 1
r : Police Court

: Amateur Teacher-Is It possible to have a
sentence without a verb?
"What, Is your boy Josh studying. to
". be?" Son of a Ju'dge-Yes, sir Thir..t.Ydays. ..
,' "An amateur actor." .
.. .,',' "Do yo'appro'e of that?" .. .
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"Not But
exactly. he won't make as 1J/
much trouble for Innocent bystandersas J :
l I .t.. WRIGIlEy9S i
If he grows up to be an amateur
I 6"Dear lawyer or an amateur doctor."

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v Spade Called a Spade

Murphy-Yes, It's quite a good book, r ;'. Tie PERFECT GUM I.THE .
when you are In my arms I and the .author calls a spade a spade.. "Does your wife ..break monjr'
forget everything and everyone else' Green-What's It -all about? .' dishes. ?" -
y, "And I suppose It's the same when i Murpliy-It's a book on'farm 'Implements "Not any ,more. I'm learning to
Mary Is in'your arms." .-Ireland's Own. catch them."

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rAGE EIGHT I I Caloosahatchee River; that the description -

TO THE NEWS of the property in which

1 said easement is sought to be takenis

as follows:

Clewiston School News Mailing Good Lemonade 1's-an tN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THIUNITEI Parcels 8-FX, 8-GC, 8-GD and 8-
STATES FOR THI of for the
) GH of the right way
.. Mayfield and Cecil Lean SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLOR Caloosahatchee River, as shown ,
r Editor Say IDA. TAMPA on plat recorded in Plat
Moore, Recordsof
Florino U. S. Civil No. 203-T page 69, of the Public
Editor L Hendry County, Florida;
Associate STATES OF
Bussey, ; UNITED
Louise %
Editor'Ielvin' TO:.,,.,c... i;.:oaUy'S: f".}n> ;;;{; ;.r. AMERICA, : Parcels 8-HA, 8-HB, 8-HC, 8-1,

Bob Patterson, Sports Petitioner 8-IA, 8-IE, 8-IF, 8-IG, 8-IH, 8-
v. I for the
of way
s II, of the right
,}., One hundred twenty-four River as shownon
Jones from Moore Havei r parcels or tracts of land in recorded in Plat Book 2,
\ ,. ;, :. ;r'r: Counties, : plat-
entered the first grade Monday. < ks ;k;;::}rh4k. { :fr Glades and Hendry page 85, of the Public Recordsof

DeVault Reading test for determining Florida, specifically described Glades County, Florida; ,
The \ required :
were given in the '
Wednesday. Results for Right of Way for Caloo- Parcels 8-JB,' 8-JA, 8-JC, 8-JE:

to the first grade ascertained sahatchee River Project, 8-JF, 8-JH, 8-JJ, 8-JK, 8-JL,

have not yet been Roll- rr} MONA AI. HARRIS and oth- 8-JO, 8-JQ, 8-JR, 8-JS, 8-JT,

Second Grade Spelling Honor k :.. .y:.)!r .: r ers named in the petition, ; 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA, 8-KB, 8-KC,

Nora Oglesby, Dalton Carr, Nole: 'r :}f'iiy l h.:4.v}: r J Respondents. 8-KD, 8-KE, 8-KF, 8-KG, 8-KH,

Geiger, Esther Brewer, Shirley James Moon::, : NOTICE TO APPEAR 8-KI 8-KJ, 8-KK' ,_ 8-KL_ n, 8-L T TT, 8-

Caroline Selee, James Smith, THE UNIT- LA, 8-LB, 8-LC; !SL.vJ."n: 8-
Belcher PRESIDENT'OF 8-LM, 8-
Ricks, Joyce Bullen, David THE LI, 8-LJ, 8-LK, 8-LL,

Margaret Van 'de Velde. ED STATES TO:' INTERESTED IN LN, 8-LO, 8-LP, 8-MA, 8-MB, 8-
Moore 8-ME,
entered the second grade. OR HEREINAFTER IN 8-MI, 8-MJ, 8-NA, 8-NB, 8-NC,
has had very PROPERTY 8-OA, 8-OB, 8-PB, 8-
grade has DESCRIBED: 8-ND,
second NOTICE
The THIS 8-PG, 8-
and 8-PE, 8-PF,
garden PC,
good results from their WHEREAS, a petition and an am- 8-QB, 8-QC, 8-R, 8-RA,
of Q, 8-QA,
filed by
to many been
bouquets thereto have 8-RF,
have taken endment 8-RC, 8-RD, 8-RE,
.. .. United States of America in the 8-RB, SRI8SA, 8-T: ,
school rooms. "';p"->;ww. '--'" the 8-RG, 8-RH, ,
Roll- United States
Grade Spelling Honor lemonade, but In District Court of the 8-TD 8-TE,
Third use not only In District of Florida, 8-TA, 8-"B, 8-TC ,
Bobby Topper, Ralph Silva, La. c By Mabel, LoveBOILING all beverages requiring sweeten for the Southern the acquisition by 8-TF, 8'G: 8-U, 8-UA, 8-UB,
VonMach, Christine .. at Tampa, for 8-UE, 8-UF, 8-V,
Deen Peters, Sue ing. r \ of the easement hereinafter 8-UC, 8-UD,
de Velde,, and making lemon- condemnation 8-VC, 8-VD, 8-W,
Redish, Martha eggs Beverage Sugar Syrup set forth in those certain 8-VA, 8-VB, -
NickY like two of 8-WC, 8-X, 8-XA,
Bembry, Lewis Blount, 1 cup granulated sugarS I land in Glades 8-WA, 8-WB, "
bev- of
Elsie and
food parcels 8-YB,
simplest tasks in the cup.waterMix tracts or 8-XB, 8-XC 8-Y, 8-YA,
Schiffll. few know and water and Counties, Florida, de- for the
Roll-I erage tleld.Yet, very the sugar and 8-YC, of light of way
Fourth Grade Spelling Honor how to boil an egg, either hard or bring to a boil, stirring occasion- scribed in said petition and amend- Caloosahatchee River, as shown i
Philip McLeod. be rubbery. Anyone for three: or four paying proper compen- Plat Book
Eric Belcher soft, so it won't ally. Simmer ment, upon 'on plat recorded in
SLvth Grade News- can make the insipid and minutes until the sugar is com- sation therefor, required for the pro- 69, of the Public Re-
2, page
for sealed ana
entertained the doubtful beverages, that pass pletely dissolved;; pour 'In ject for Caloosahatchee Hendry County, Flor-
sixth grade be- cords ,
The and most picnics In refrigerator when Drainage Areas
Friday, February lemonade at circuses Jar and store Lake Okeechobee ida.
grades'on homemade Department -
grammar The but a good plain cold. ing carried on by the War '
21, with .a historic program. :, t lemonade that will delight!: the Lemonade for,12 People of the United States Govern- THEREFORE, ,you, the
presented body. a NOW,
were Ihe amendment -
following numbers palate and Refresh dozen medium size \ment, in which petition and and ,eachf
CarrolRedish met with. Squeeze one respondents
others, named
by seldom
'A reading, "Washington" hot day is all too Add to the juice 2% the following, among ,
stars, lemons. concerned -
a minuet, Janice Wynn, From the popular stage cold water and the en- 'named respondents: Herman you, and all other persons'
I obtained of are
; Chap Mayfield and Cecil Lean quarts \ L. Cox, as Administratrix interest In
Katherine Fill glasses Bessie having an
Cbailes Turner, iCleo .lemon- tire amount of syrup. Malakowsky, in or
Cantrell, Eleanor Selee, I an honest-to-goodness.authors with crushed ice; add a cherry, or of the 'estate of J. B. the above 'described

man, Gus Beulah Guthrie and ;lade formula for which the berries in season, If desired, ,and' Cox, deceased: Mrs. R., M. Louden, as, or lien upon are hereby notifiedto
Hager Lowe, 'defY'competition. mixture. the estate of C. E. United
"February Birth- strain "of a prolonged fill with the lemonade \Administratrix be and appear in said
Edna Leiter; play "The strenuous Mrs: Olivia Thompson Southern -
Zelda Smith; Mary, engagement takes Lemon Syrup Hill, deceased, States District Court for the
days", teacher, cast our company's be made Mrs. Jennie Clark, Mary Hayes District of Florida, at Tampa,
Wynn, and a supporting its toll upon Lemon syrup may also Harry W of April,
Janice day
explained Frierson 6th
G. the
AreIany Miss Mayfleld hand;; this saves Davis, P. Florida, on
strength, and kept on
ten song, "There for plentyof up Melvin Messer, G. A. what interest or lien
of ; need
Class; "and'realizing the and is really a convenience, Fleming, 1936, to show
In Many Lands", by on, we have time be A. Donald Bass, Flossie of you, have in .er to
Flags energy to carry cooling drink then may Sheffield, you, or any
Charles for a
"Washington Tledge" by taken to drinking literallY'gallons made at a moment's notice, with:no Hill, Mrs. Carrie Bass, Joe MillerMincie ; the above described property, or any.
of if
by this special Burgess, First Bank to show cause,
lemonade made either. V. thereof, and
Turner. of mess to clean up, part
with the B. F why
out ,, Franklin, have,
worked of
which of water Clewiston, James or any you
School, I\ews- recipe 1 pint any, you
meeting of the T.-T. A. aid of Cecil, who was chief taster, 1 cup lemon Juice Magill, Jacob J. Kirtland, J. R. said property should not be taken
At the the- right amount of 3 caps sugar Inc., a Florida corporation of America for the
February 21, a letter was until Just reached. grated rind of one lemon Watts & Sons, by United States
on Friday, Bourne's resig- IemonJuice and sugar was a Place the sugar and water In The B. L. Dulaney Corporation purposes set forth in said petitionand
Mrs. have
read telling of P.-T. A. "The lemons seem to and stir until dissolved, then corporation, John C. Anders amendment and this on penalty
the liberal pan a
as president :tonic effect and the minute's, add of of you, and all
nation 15.i each
regrets good required to boil slowly about W. V. Knott, as Treasurer of you, and
due to her health. Everyone amount of*sugar sort lemon Juice and grated rind. Pbur of Florida, Board of Com- of the said respondents, being
a State you
acted as the
this very much and we all hope sweeten the drink course, is Just in bottles and, put In refrigerator missioners of Okeechobee Flood Control barred of all claim and' ,interest in

she will soon bo in good health. of pickup- whichof in'our work. ; when cold. One or two tablespoonsof District, and Century Land and to said property.

,News-- 5frhat:we need: the this syrup makes one. glass of corporation, and Alexander
School about
Honorable .
High "" '. even thinking Company, a WITNESS the ,
Hall has been chosen for gefore which Ia3 lemonade. and by said petition United States Dis.a
Jimmie lemonade I make .a syrup WHEREAS, in I Akerman, :V
to ,
chairman on the school debate $ amendment and proceedings, trict Judge, and likewise the under- '......(
March 3, at the and seeks condemnation said District
be held Tuesday, petitioner prays for signed, as Clerk of
I for the purpose of carry-\ Tampa, Florida, this the
school auditorium.We the Okeecho- President's Dinner- Court, at
are very glad to have back Evans is attorney 'Board. I ing through the said project, upon 13th day of February, 1936.
Control in con
who has recovered bee Flood payment of proper damages WILLIAMS, ClerkBy :
Jack Wynn, I EDWIN R.
In school of Tallahassee, right,
Treadway, perpetual
C. B. 1) demnation, of t\ie ,
from a recent operation.The the State Road Com (Continued from page to enter upon, Julian A. Blake,
Chairman''of and .
question of buying, athletic mission. I Fourmey, L. J. Frazier, power excavate, cut away, and remove any Deputy Clerk.

equipment for the school was Senator A. H. Wagg, of West Lee N. Giles, Carl Hanton, J. S. or all of the land hereinafter described (SEAL OF COURT)

brought up in the ,P.-T. A. meeting Beach. Harrington, J. F. Harris, R. H. Haw as may be required for the 3:1st 1-4

last Friday. After much discussiona Palm Brown of Richmond, kins, Fred, Henricksen, Ben Herr improvement and maintenance of 2-12-36
Wright Col. E. River, or any Mar. 6, 1936.
Mrs. R.
made by M. Hoenshel, W. Caloosahatchee Feb. 14-21-28,
motion was and Capt. P. A. F. I. Hill, P. the
comply with)I division engineer McE. thereof, and to main-
should T. .
that the P.-T. A. Jacksonville acting district Hooker, W. P. Jernigan, enlargement and
help. It was finally I r Feringa of I E. E. Kelly, I Main the portion so excavated,:
request for Si1 Army\ H. C. Jones,
the: for the U. Johnson, created as a partof
engineer be
should buy several LaGorce, the channel to
decided that they H. C. Kolstad, Dr. J. O. I waters. of the Unit- MershonAGENT
and engineers. B.
the L.
health balls, diamondballs Baldwin of Sebring, candidate Otto Larsen, A. D. Lasker, C. A. States and the further right to
Cyril ed ;
school appreciates -
bats and a football. The state treasurer.Carl" Martinez, R. E. McConnell, J. A. enter upon, occupy and use any portion -
very much the P.-T. A's. for McIntosh, E. W. Mc land not so cut away -,
Fort J. W.
.Hanton, editor of the McGehee, of said Life
kindness in giving us this much News-Press, Circuit Judge Leod, F. Meredith, L. Mershon, E. and converted into public navigable dredged New York

neMed equipment. Myers and Attorney Mensel, waters, for the deposit of
Geo.:, :W.. Whitehurst I C. and for such other pur- Insurance Company

J. C. :Clements, all of Fort Myers G. B. Miller, E. C. Mills, E. P. material, be needful in the pre- FLORIDA

High, School News- Week) Ben 'Herr, of West Palm Beach, Mutrix, A. R. Neilson, J. F. T.- 0'Conner poses servation as may and maintenance of, the ARCADIA,

(Omitted Last the Okeechobee Flooc usuuruv.. C. Owen,
for Perry
has been replaced engineer ,
Our previous janitor, others Patterson, W. -
R. Y.
Control Board and many C. V. Parkinson, -
by Blaine McLaughlin. unable to identlEy. W. M., Redelsheimer, F.
Senior play will who we. have C. Prewitt, -
for the "
Sawyer -
Practice H.
E. C.
Rodriguez '
The date for M.
be started next week. I B. Scharnberg, 0.. F. Schif
H. J.
decided. ,
the play has not yet been Richardson Selee,
Southwest fli, J. F. Scullen,
went to the of Orchestra
Many students Members G. L. Sims, O. B. Simmons -
Settle, '
this Carr '
Florida Fair in Fort Myers

week and had a very enjoyable time. Injured In Car Wreck W., G.G.Smith E. Smith, E. ,L. Stewart, R. S.

Sports Alva G. E. Therry, G. B. Thomas -
The basketball team from -- Stokes, -

all over the Clewiston of the C. B. Treadway, W. G. Troxler,
swarmed The members A.
team last Wednesday night and em- String Ensemble, of West Dohert\\ H. T. Vaughn, M. E. VonMach G.Vv., ..
victors 59 to 25. This was the treated H. Wagg, D. J.
erged Beach were
has play- l and G. A. Yon.
first game that Clewiston ing for injuries received when their Whitehurst

ed. Boca Grande won by a score of car left the road near Bare Beach

39-11 in the Moore Haven gym. The and overturned while they were en- EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS j Distilled

team played Moore Haven at Moore Everglades route, Home from Clewiston MUST BE MADE EVERY YEAR from Grain

Haven Wednesday, night and where they had played for the Pres- I Spirits

will be played tonight at Ev- ident's ,Dinner at the Inn. None of This Is a reminder to do yourself L -

I erglades. the men were seriously injure and a. favor if the opportunity has 'slip ______ :

after being given first aid at the ped your mind. r1Ifl 4

I Several Noted- local hospital by Dr. O. F. Schiffli, County tax assessors in some partsof .

continued on to,Palm Beach. The car the state are having to remind s ,

was badly damaged. taxpayers to fill out applications. --1:

(Continued from page 1) for homestead exemptions.

I of the Currency, during the Calvin NEGROES SUSPECTED OF CAR cations must be made anew 1\1'1'11-\\

Coolidge administration. \ THEFT WEDNESDAY. NIGHTA year. I

A. D. Lasker of the advertisingfirm Failure of every eligible taxpayerto

of Lord and Thomas who handle of Jacksonville negroes make application for exemptionsto -- A+

the extensive advertising con- who cameherg group the first of the week which he is entitled under thene" j
Lucky Strike cigarettes.P. match the
tracts for
fields and were amendment'would
in the cane ,
of Miami, former to bank
G. Bishop, mid-western
rejected by the United States Sugar experience' of a
resident of Clewiston and general Corporation are believed to be responsible which closed its doors a few years
of the old Southern Sugar been ableto ,
manager of a ModelA time
for the theft ago but for some
Corporation. to Dr. O. off depositors 100 cents on
Ford coach pay

First.C. C.National Romfh Bank, president of Miami.of the 1 IF.As Schiffli both-the TWednesday negroes night.and the car: the persuade,dollar them if the to receiver come' could and only get I Recommended by the following dealers S

R. H. Hawkins of the ,Phillips Florida interests representative -,I disappeared" .on the 'same night suspicion and lt.Exchange, Ask Them They Know

them at once
holders of extensive properties in 'p1uDon attempting to trace the I Beer'Parlor Nails Liquor Store
officers are ElectionsThe Clewiston
the Mayacca pro Purify
including Helped -
the thieves. 'They had not Cle\\istonDISTRIBUTORS
Hoenshel, manager of car and the first proposed Clewiston
perties. P. H. to the time of Australian ballot was '
also been successful up ,Austrulla
Corporation was south
the Mayacca but it is thought to the

present.W. going to that press they will be 'appre- hy u uuMiiher, Fruncls S Hutton Smith Richardson & Conroy, Inc.THE .

I. Evans, L. Merson, H. Saw probable short time. They .I'liipliin. way eliilionited mid IIPiauif ,
\ h nded within a ,Hifpiv
McD. Johnson, of Miami the IIIIIIIH ol
'and Thos. muler
toward ii\v
yer: H
members of the law firm of I I are, though Lauderdale to I. <'t'ons: ;\I'i "'if iliii livfislntuu': ( In IS.VJSUBSCRIBE

Mr, Fort
Evans;, Mershon aiid Sawyer



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