The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00478
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00478
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Motor Co. Installs NOMINATEDCcngiessman Crack St. Pete NineIs COUNTY BOARD

f ; Simplex MachineA Shut Out U.S.


Simplex tie-line was installedthe 1- I

: NO DISTURBANCES latter part of the week by the -- BY SCHOOL BOARD
1 + The U. S. Engineers' baseball
Western Union Telegraph Company'In
1 team journeyed over to St. Peters- -
the loffice of the Clewiston Motor reYd' and defeated the Quality WHITEHURST RULES .
: ARE ELECTED TO LOCAL Company, giving to this progressiveconcern Printers, crack team of the. West LAW GIVING RACE FUNDS.. TO

'1.-; : OFFICESJ. the most efficient and I Coast city in a shut-out game in SCHOOLS VOID : -
'. which "Pop" Walker bested the ace
modern telegraphic facilities. The
Hardin Peterson, who polled ; 6'f hurler of the Printers, "Rookie" The special act of the 1933!) legw-
> .
I tie-line consists of a "printer, a 1 I
1 the highest vote of any candidate in Ri Webber. The Enginers proved them- lature which attempted to provid I

:,. ,Hendry county, and also the highest machine resembling the Simplex ofa "elvcjs, a hart'hitting aggregation, a portion of the race track mono; .,
vote" in the Clewiston precinct, won regular telegraph office; the gathering 13 hits to their opponents'five.
for Hendry county schools he'rto :
J ',,, over -, two :opponents in the Demo- "printer" can send and receive messages tIJI-: was

'i"_, ciatic primary' Tuesday and will return direct from the local tele- The game was kept scoreless until be unconstitutional by Jud? t

:' to Washington for two additional graph office' and when several mes- the seventh inning, when Rutland George W. Whitehurst in a hear!:? ;

i;,, years as representative in sages, or a long message, is to be and Berry crossed the plate in the in Fort Myers. The act was throv

Congress, from the First district in sent, it can be connected direct with ..qnly two runs of the game. out the
I on grounds that it was in:?
Florida. The second highest vote' the company's Tampa office. Hooks and Hawkins led the Engineers -
properly advertised is .
- t in the county went to Louis 0.: The machine is a great timesaver !; in hitting, each connecting as roquliq

Gravely of LaBelle who was nomin- 'I and is installed in busy offices with four singles out of four times by law of local bills.
ated to succeed himself as county over the nation. It is unusual for at bat. The decision brings to an end Hi1,.

attorney. them to be placed except In large The game created a great deal gation over funds received by Hc'i -

.. Claude Pepper, Tallahassee attor- cities. There is one other in the :of interest in St. Petersburg as both dry county commissioners from tl :'

ney, who seeks Park Trammell's Lake Okeechobee region, located ina : teams had splendid records for the race track funds this year TIp'

:seat in tho U. S. Senate, led the incumbent broker's office in Belle Glade. 1 J. Hardin Peterson I: season. The Printers team had won school board brought suit to corn
r :;, In Hendry county by a'vote' five shut-out games, thanks to the' pel the county commissioners 11

of 407 to 330. Pepper and Trammellwill I pitcher,"Rookie" Webber, who faced comply with the special act, aId

face each other again on June i Returns of First Primary in Hendry Co. i the Engineer Sunday. obtained temporary restraining o.:-

: 26th. ; Engineers der which prevented the count','"

;_ Hendry county's board of commissioners ,J Precinct Number II 1 12 1 13 I I 14 I 5 IITo Player ab r h commissioners using the funds unti I

: will see at least twonew B. Nail, If ....................4 Q 1 such time as the suit was decide: i
-;::: faces next January. Herbert O'Ban- Hooks, 2b ..................4 0 4 The county commissioners, throug.: I
A. :Mitchell 11 5'71 11 4\\ 11 2211 92
;: ':. :..' non was, nominated from district 2 Pape, 3b ................._....5 0 0, their attorneys, Treadwell an'/ I
over Gordon A. Perry and B. F. Ma- Claude Pepper II 1951 401 641 691 3911 407 Smith, If ............__........1 0. 0 Treadwell, requested the court t ,

t"> : gill. Two new men will face the sec- James F. Sikes II 101 81 81 41 511 35 Crews, ss ....................4 0 0 dissolve the restraining order fo.

:\,;1:,' ? oud primary for the board member's Park Trammell I 1411 411 791 341 3511 330 Williamson, c ..............4 0 0 the following reasons:

: :: place from district 3-J. R. Doty Hortense K. Wells (II 41 61 41 I II 14 Rutland, cf ..................2 1 0 I 1. Because Chapter 16,118, Act
t Y; : :. and Mark Pool. In district 5, Fred CONGRESSMAN, 1st. DISTRICT .. Berry, cf ......................2 0 1 purport I

r."r.. Dunaway, incumbent and present 90 Hawkins, rf ................4 0 4
Randolph Calhoun II 251 81 161 61 3511
t): chairman, will run it off with Asa Yeomans,' Ib ..............4, 1 1 for by the bill of complaint in sat I

,L ,,'x:' Townsend who led him by 7 votes in W. T. Hall II 49 221 571 71 511 140J. Walker, p ......'..............3'' 0 2 cause, violates and is obnoxious f:
J', '' Tuesday's primary. Dave Alston, Hardin Peterson n 3101 64.981/ 831 8411! 639 Sec. 21, Article 3, of the Constitution

: : -oi district 1, and Alto Hires, district 4, R. n. COMMISSIONER, Group 1. Totals 0 37 2 13 of the State of Florida, an;

I i ,.'' were returned to the, board. Geo. S. (Doc) Davis II 11 421 111 41 411 62 Printers the Laws, of the State of Florida
'i.r'!,', 'Two of the three members of the 220 enacted in pursuance of said co:: .
\: j Eugene Matthews (II 1811 1 361 201 1811 Player ab r h
:: hoard of public instruction will be William J. Placie II 71 101 61 31 4113 G. Turner, cf ..............4 0 1 stitutional provision, in that the m j

': new men, M. E. \ronMach, who was Lester Wells II 1'661 421 711 261 5411 359 Sikes, 2b ....................3 0 1 Gee required by law and proof c*
elected from the Clewiston district, ...... .. such notice required by law and Con.
". Stansell, ss ... .. .4 0' 1
winner of the second primary n. R. COM.MISSIONER'Group 2. stitution of the State of Florida I
:' and the O'Brien, lb'..................3 0 1 o.
,' contest in district 1, whichL Herbert P. Caro II 1251 271 391 51 2311' 219 introduction of said bill, which bill; j
J. Turner, 3b ..............4 0 1
]lies: between Jim Maddox and Earl Jerry W. Carter 1\\ 791 131 331 181 171LT 60 is a local law, was not given as is
Nelson, rf ....................4 0 0 I
: S. Royer. John Good II 211 51 131 181 1211 69 Kelly, If ..................:...4 0 0 particularly shown by certified copyof :
-" ', ,:.' : ',' : The complete vote by precincts is Mamie Eaton-Greene : II 231111( 14j 61 711 61 'Kuban, c ._.............:....3" 0 0 Journal of House of Representatives i

given elsewhere in this issue. John W. Newbern II 351 61 '121 31 911 65 Webber, p ....................3 0 0 of 1933, and copyi, of Proof or- J Jf
Publication set forth in said journal
William J. "Dill" Pruitt n 47J 2\\ 61 11 311 59STATE'S -
/ attached to defendants' I
answer in
Totals 32 0 5
I !'. AVERAGE Clewiston ..............000 000 200-2 this cause.
.r STOLEN CAR Guy 1\1. Strayhorn 12111\ 371 761 681 3211 424 Printers _.............000 000 000--0 I 2. Because Chapter '16,118, of
Roy D. Stubbs II 1841 571 941 391 6611 440 Acts of Legislature of 1933 is obnoxious -
FNS- Two base hit, Sikes. Sacrifice hit:
to and in conflict with Section
Out reportedStolen For Stag Senator, 24th Dist. Hpoks, Stolen bases: Williamson, I
of 190 automobiles 20, Article 3of the Constitu-
to William V. Albury II 1151 351 441.L21.17 Sikes. Struck out: by Webber 6, by
:: in Florida this year up
tion of State of Florida, in that the
James A. Franklin I 17.(1 341 611 401 2311 332 Walker 5. Base on balls, off Web- I
April 1, law agencies same is a local law and the same at- j I
recovered, 154, or about 80 percent, Arthur Gomez II 1261 271 68l 421 7011 333 ber 1. Double play, Stansel to J. tempts to regulate the jurisdictionand J
of 1:45. Um-
Turner. Time :
For game
according to reports tabulated hereby County Attorney duties, of county officers of Hen-
Dent and Obenar.
the office of George Wilder, act- Louis O. Gravely I 2461 2811051 671 6711 513 pires: dry county, Florida.
The following is taken from a St.
ing state motor vehicle commissioner.This Selden L. Stewart II 1851 671 721 481 3311 405 3. Because said bill of complaint
Petersburg daily on Saturday pre-
was a decided improvementover
also shows its face that plain-
last when during a similar ceding the game:
year automobiles stolen W. P. Andrews II 1971 5511001,71\\ 483D. Shades of Walter Johnson and tiff failed to comply with the pro-
period 223 were visions of Chapter 16,118'of Acts
i and 145, or about 58 percent, were G. McCormick 111171 331 651 291 321\\ 276 those glorious days when the "Big of 1933.

recovered by their owners. I CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist. 1. Train" was mowing down batsmen Judge Whitehurst's ruling In the

r: The lock-strip tag adopted by the Dave Alston I II 282J I 1-I --II( of the American League at the peakof matter was as follows:

motor vehicle department this. year Charlie Miner II 1631 I I I 11 j his career.E. Upon argument it appears to the

is believed to have created a con- CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist: 2. W. Digges, assistant engineer court that the act which is basis of
in charge of levee construction in
[ siderable hamper to 'automobile D. F. Magill II I 1271 J I 1\\ the Lake section and complainant's suit is not valid by J

: thieving activities.The title certi- Herbert O'Bannon II 1 1591 I I, 11- Okeechobee reason of violation of constitutional
pitcher for the Washington Senators
] ficate laws which the state has -
enjoyed Gordon A. Perry I II I I 161 ''I I I II 14 years ago when Johnson was, provision on authority of Miner et ts,.
: :. since 1913 are another factor al vs. Hatton et al, 12920,593.And >j
in holding automobile stealing to a CO. CODIISSIONBH, Dist. 3. at his best, will bring his Clewiston demurrer consideredthe

: minimum in Florida, Mr. Wilder said. I I _J. R. Doty II I r I 561 I II "Engineers" to St. Petersburg tomorrow same is sustained being and complainant
: I D. L. :McLaughlin II I 1 71 I II afternoon to play the Qual-
not desiring to ament the bill
I Mark Poole ity Printers in a baseball game at :
: 1\\ _I 551 I I 11 I is hereby dismissed and the temporary -
Sandbag Dyke Is Built D.: L. Rogers II' I I 43LJ-I.r- Waterfront park. :restraining order heretofore en-

I Willlao Stallings II I I 211 I I II The game is second of a seriesof tered is hereby dissolved.

t to Dam Lowland WaterA CO. CO\DnSSO: Dist. 4, inter-city contests being arrangedby GEORGE., WHITEHURST,
I the Printers' management for
.... -Salon D. Crews '. II I I 1 1551 II the summer months which will Ju dge.Governor's .

sand-bag levee is being built I I II Alto Hires _...--It I I_I 661| ,II bring leading teams in Florida to t I

by labor under the supervision of CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist. 5. St. Petersburg.The School Plan
L--Dunaway: II I I I 13311EB.Fortson I "Engineers" have played six-
H. A. Bestor, drainage superintendent -
::J' -
II I I I 1 1611 games this season, winning four Meets With Approval
of the sugar company, at a location ---- -
-J -E.-Perry II \ 17(1( and losing two. They dropped a
about two and one half miles : ---- close game to Fort Myers by one run --
---Asa-To\vnsend _
II I I I 14011
west of the railroad, to prevent water SCHOOL idXltD, District 1. last Sunday and defeated Ft. Pierce TAMPA, June 7.FNSTheplan
which has collected on the saw- Memorial day. The team is composed of Governor Sholtz to provide
Jim Maddox ''I I II J 70
grass section there from floodingcane 201 5011 mostly of former college and pro- adequate relief to the schools by al-
fields of the company. '1'. E. Miller 1\\_I 1 I 3or61]I 36 fessional, players. loting them one cent of the gasolinetax

Unusually heavy ,rains have filled Margaret Reeves II I .. I_I 101 4711 57 Digges pitched five innings at Ft. now going into the general rev-

t the ditches and much of the low ---.Earl S. .Royer II I I l 159 ill6 Myers last Sunday, giving up only enue fund and offsetting this loss

saw-grass land south of State Road SCHOOL BOARD, District :.:. two hits in five innings. Like John- with a tax to be levied on the sale

25 is under several inches of water. -Drew 1ampton IL I 4711041 I II 151 son, his famous teammate during of alcoholic beverages after the prac-

.'"' Wednesday night, the pressure L. W. Howard __ I It'( I 1541 681 I iI----r22 his stay in Washington, he relies tically certain ratification of.state.
of the water became so great that it SCJI0OLBOARD: District 3. mostly: on a fast ball, "smoking it repeal this November, has met with
; broke through a natural barrier over to the batters." general approval.
i -'V_'\\"_Hooks II 1921 I I I 1\\ 192
that had held on the territory, and "Pop" Walker will be the starting Editorial reaction as checked In
... the cane fields were in danger of receiving -Dl:-E--Vonl\lach: y 2321 I I I II 232jnsticl' pitcher for the "Engineers" state papers by the Florida News

an almost unlimited amount of Peace Dist. t.-(Unexpired 'l'el'mn ) tomorrow, opposing Hugh' Webber, Service shows that almost without

of water. '-;- Clark II I5)1! I I I. I II X74G. who has pitched five shut-outs this exception newspapers view tho planas

''1 A force of 50 men were put to .Small iI 2741 I I I 11274 season and has yet to lose a game n practical and workable solutionto

-1 work Thursday, while a portable 'County Dem. Bx. Com. Dist. a. while on the mound for the Print- the school financial problem and

electric plant was erected and lights' J. H. Booth II _I I 491 I 11 49 ers.A pay high tribute to the Governor for
strung along the scene of action Carson I return game will be played his level headed policy of taking
Sam II -I 1 1921. I 1192V.
.... during the day. A night force of .' -' with tho "Engineers" in Clewiston time to study the facts and get to
d \ A. Jones 1E1 I I 331 I 11-3-3
50 worked the bottom of the problem before attempting -
men Thursday night, and I J Sunday, June 10.
Vem. E x. om., Iist.>> .1.l '
fY!: 70 men 'are employed there today.It I County f. to present a solution, in

is thought that by tomorrow the' II--iii; I I ; I I'I'L./0. ,Gravely, of LaBelle was in, spite of many attempts to high pressure ,

break \fi\\\ be Closed, I I : .: on business:: Wednesday, .him,_ Into_ doing. so,
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longshoremen, and the mayor of Se- SURELY HAD SOMETHING

News Review ; of Current attle asked Secretary of ,the Interior Howe About :

Ickes for federal troops to protect non- A', new writer on Cleopatra con-

union workers. In the ports of the cludes it was brains, not beauty, that

the World OverReed's Great Lakes a general strike of tug- accounted for her fascination. Any
men was threatened. At Galveston the Women woman who could keep herself talked .1

longshoremen were still out) and hun- Wives about for 2,000 years certainly had ( -i '

dreds of other workers went on strike. something they don't teach In Holly

Good Behavior wood. Rochester Democrat and

of New GEORGE POND and Lieut. Bell Syndlcate.-WNU Service. Chronicle.
Victory Over Pinchot Delights Opponents CAPT. Sabelll opened the ocean .. . . ....--...-...---.-

< Deal-NRA Will Abandon Codes for flying season.with an attempt to makea By ED HOWE
nonstop hop from New York to I
roving correspondent of the
\ Small Businesses. Rome-a thing that has never yet been THE 'URI
City Star once called on me
done. They ran Into dense fogs and and said : "The women all say you !'
head winds over the Atlantic and then
,' are a woman hater. How about it?" .
't had such serious ,'trouble that
: By EDWARD W. PICKARD engine I said I wasn't, and that all the
they were forced to land their big ,.Bel-
by Western Newspaper, Union. I lanca women didn't say so. In support of
.., monoplane, the Leonardo da
this statement, I gave him a letter froma
DAVID A. REED of Mr. Roosevelt. As predicted, this Is Vinci, on the west coast of Ireland. woman In Texas, but he made no

I SENATOR fighting in the Republican a compromise containing. these pro-. According to their stories the aviatorswere reference to it in the two columns he
fortunate that they did
re-nomination, visions
primaries for wrote about me. The woman said ; "I
battle victorious A declaration of policy that the not fall Into the ocean and drown.
emerged from the hectic 'gov- am barely nineteen,and have a deformed

over his rival, ernment recognizes silver as primary body. I am familiar with you throughthe A Few Drops Every
A vote of 62 to 13 the senate
Pinchot. money and that the nation's metallic
Gov. Gifford BY Kansas I
City Star, and want to
reserves shall be 25 cent silver passed the Fletcher-Rayburn bill and Morning
Reed's majority was per Night ':
give the devil his due, for you are the
and 75 cent This is which places the securities markets of
per gold. manda "
In the neighborhoodof writer who has done most Clean
me good. Will Promote a
the country under the regulatory control ,
100,000, and long tory.The Being a cripple, I have a wicked and
of the is of a federal commission. The !
secretary treasury authorized Condition
the returns Healthy ,
before all fast
temper, but have taught me
; and directed to purchase silver measure already had passed the house you
.a were in Governor Pin- to control It for benefit. Your All Stores
my own At Drug
until It reaches $1. 9 an ounce or i but with the provision that the federal
chot gave up and until Its metallic reserve strength trade Commission' should be the regu- constant teaching that one should behave WriteMnrineCo..Dpt.V.ChicaCoforFrceBookExplained.

wired his congratulations reaches 25 per cent. This Is both permissive latori' body, 'and'this difference, to- for one's own sake, as a matter of
to the senator. profit, because it is finally the easiest
and mandatory. I gather ,with the house's provision for a
Since Senator The President, Is authorized to. nationalize 'fixed:: margin requirement,'caused some and best way I have been able to -

Reed, one of the Old silver through condemnation: delay In the conference. 'At ,a press understand and practice _, with more "How did you learn to walk the

Senator Reed Guard conservatives, This Is permissive. conference President Roosevelt stated success than any other." tight rope? Just pick it up yourself
bas been an unrelenting '
that he preferred the"house version of ?

critic of the New Deal, and Governor CONSIDERATION of the records of the,.bill In those two particulars and Early man had a strong disposition "Oh, no. It had to' be taut

Pinchot, a "progressive" Republican federal Judges in that he had told the chairman of the to whip his wife, and often did. I

has given his full support to receivership and bankruptcy cases were committees, 'although he had kept have seen a picture in an old book of

President Roosevelt's policies, the result under consideration by the house Judiciary his hands off the measure until it was an angry husband entering the house

of the primaries was hailed with committee, with the possibility passed by both house and senate. carrying a switch, and of his wife

glee by opponents. of the national ad- of Impeachment In prospect. A sub- cringing and begging for mercy as I
ministration. Both the candidates committee turned in a report on the
did as a child in the of
presence an
made the, New Deal the issue In their Jurists, Charles E. Woodward, James THE White Star liner Olympic, com-
father. In this old
angry ( picture,
Into In fog,
slowly a
campaign, end when the governor was ,H. Wilkerson and Walter G. Lindley, port
rammed also, is the figure of a woman evidently -
and sank the Nantucket light-
illness from making
prevented by 'making no recommendations for or
.. ship, seven of the latter's crew being the wife's mother, who begged for
speeches, Mrs. Pinchot took the stump against Impeachment but criticizing :
killed including mercy, too, as my mother begged for
and four
Capt. George
and. rigorously .defended the Presi- sharply their allowances for attorneyand xz
Braithwaite, saved. Captain Binks of mercy for me).
dent's programs of recovery. Notwithstanding receiver fees. ,
all this, Postmaster Farley : With respect to Judge John P. the Olympic blames the accident on an Wives have taken the switch from CZ\ow-gentlywhiten _

said : "I do not regard the defeat of ,I Barnes, who has handled several receiverships error In the radio direction beam the hands of brutal husbands. Men dark skin end freckles!

Governor Pjnchot as a New Deal test," and bankruptcies In the which he was following, though this have granted equal rights, but the ,

and Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Democratic federal courts at Chicago since 1933, device has heretofore been consfdered women are still screaming as though Today it's EO easy to have a smooth,

leader, 'took the same attitude. the subcommittee declared it had "no infallible. He admitted, however, that regularly whipped. Men of today sub- white, flawless complexion-free from

President Roosevelt refused to com criticism as to his conduct In these at the time of the collision he was five mit to the gross absurdity of police blemishes.freckles, blackheads Tonight just, pimples smooth and famous all

ment. matters." miles, off his supposed course and that women, 'stateswomen, but the women Nadinola Bleaching Cream on your face

Senator Daniel O. Hastings of Del- his radio signals, submarine signalsand are as busy as ever In telling of wrongs and neck-no massaging, no rubbing. Al-

aware, chairman of the Republican GENERAL JOHNSON and his as- reckoning all misled him as to his long since remedied.As most overnight tan and freckles,
muddy, sallow skin begin to vanish.
congressional campaign committee, is- in the NRA are tired of real position. far back as the time of SIlerius Soon, you have radiant new beauty-a

sued a pronouncement that the Penn- trying to enforce the multiplicity'of women insisted on rights that were white, soft, adorable complexion. No

sylvania primary result was "a great I codes for small groups, and thereforethe OECRETARY OF THE NAVY SWANSON actually wrongs. SIlerius In his long waiting, no disappointments; tested

victory for the American citizen who administration has I *J announced that as soon as memoirs tells of one of his wives go- at and trusted for over a generation.if Try
our risk-money back not delighted. -
wants a square deal and not a New J decided to abandon funds can be obtained from the public |I Ing bare-legged, although she was of Get a large box of Nadinola Bleach-

Deal" | thousands of those works appropriation asked by the I considerable age, and It didn't look ing Cream at toilet counters or by mail

Governor Pinchot, who has tried I arranged for lesser industrial President, the construction of twenty i: well. Silerius objected to the custom. postpaid, 50c. NADINOLA, Paris, Tenn.

twice before to get into the senate, ii plants and warships will begin. These vessels, it Any reproof of women today sets them

said he would continue to fight for the | service 'establish-, is estimated, will cost$40,000,000.This screaming as though the reproof werea

interests of the people against concentrated I ments. In fact, to building program will include beating. Lost 37 Pounds

wealth, and it was reported that | regulate prices and twelve destroyers, two destroyer lead .

he would run Independently in Novem ?I trade practices and ers, and six submarines, forming the Men of the present generation are With' ruschen

ber.Joe I Innumerable details In first year's program under the Vinsonact the heirs.of the experience of men of ,

Guffey, Democratic leader: In | countless small busi- which authorized the replacementof : I an older time. Thus we have learnedof a

Pennsylvania, easily won his party's --. '.---\ nesses has proved to 102 ships to bring the navy up to : the greater convenience of obtain- Friends Lost Fat,Too

nomination for the senate, but the; Republicans Gen. Johnson be impracticable and full treaty strength by the end of 1939. ing water by turning a tap, Instead of

claim he will have small the effort has takenan The policy'of the administration Is to a more troublesome journey to a "I weighed 190 Ibs. when I first

chance against Reed in the election. outrageously large percentage of lay down the rest of the 102 replace- spring. The modern bank)' hotel, raIl- started Kruschen. In 3 months I lost
NRA work and funds. 37% Ibs. I was so proud of my results,
New Jersey also held a primary elec- ment ships In the next four years. road and school are merely cogs in I've told quite few
tion.. The nominated Johnson said he working on a
Republicans Sen- was
the wheel of civilization as it goes 8 of my over-fat friends.

ator Hamilton F. Kean for re-election: arrangements to substitute simple X JORLD Good Will day" was round endlessly, and is slowly improved They, too, have lost a
and Harold G. Hoffman for governor. agreements for codes covering small lot." Mrs. J. S. Sonza,
because of the of
disposition to
1 May IS, and to mark it stu- men Waco Texas.
The Democrats who will them Industries. These agreements merely ,
oppose dents from, colleges in all parts of the seek greater conveniences. A clean, ? As surely, safely and
are Gov. Harry A. Moore and Judge will cover wages, hours and the O f
country gathered in Washington and dependable man is a development of conveniently as a half
William L. Dill.LEADERS collective of :
bargaining guarantees teaspoonful of Krus-
staged a demonstration good behavior, as is a useful machineor
the recovery act. chen Salts in a glassof
in support of system lightening our labors and
water in the
of the Republican party The silk textile Industry found
world disarmament. our worries. morning banishes dou-
turned down Senator itself overloaded with surpluses of :% Miss Elizabeth ble chins, fat hips, bulging stomachsand
:.t Arthur R, Robinson quite decisively. goods, and the NRA permitted all the restores slim, youthful lines-so will
They not only defeated his plan to mills to shut down for one week, dur- s Wheeler, daughter, of If I should marry again (I have this healthful "little daily dose" help
t. United States Senator about as much notion of it as of being build glorious health.
up Indigestion
gain control of the party organization, ing which time 30,000 workers are un ::
Burton K. Wheeler of born again) I think I should 1 relievemy gas, acidity, headaches, fatigue and
but also refused to give assurance that employed. The shutdown was.orderedby shortness of breath to.
I Montana, was chair- friends of the bother of a public cease annoyyou'll -
he would be unopposed for renomination the silk textile authority. look younger and FEEL 1'1'--eo
in the state convention June 5. ,. man of the affair, and ceremony. In our extravagant and vigorous and full of ambition.

The best the senator could get was an uoNATCHERS" are not faring so '"v'xjk 4 after the meeting wasteful American way, marrying has If one inexpensive jar (lasts 4 weeks)
: Miss Wheeler led doesn't joyfully satisfy back from
a become troublesome than fire. money
O more a
Indorsement of his fight In the senate well In the far west and south- $ ::? } <>=jJ.: drugstore. Make Krus-
& delegation to the is out the father any sure you get
"for constitutional government" and west. Six-year-old June Robles, who _." .....:..X. The bride worn chen-prescribed by many physiciansand
White House and pre- and all those who read the
for his stand "against bureaucracy as was kidnaped from Tucson, Ariz., was Miss Eliza- bankrupt, recognized the world over as the
sented to President notices in the SAFE to reduce.
prenuptial newspapers way
exemplified by the Democratic party found In a tomb-like hole where she beth Wheeler
Roosevelt a petition There is also the
are' disgusted. ,
and its administration." had been kept chained, and there, were
asking him to take the lead in securing trouble of attendance on the ceremonyand
Among those mentioned as possible good chances that her abductors wouldbe
a world treaty for complete dis- to nothing of
reception, say presents -
rivals of Robinson for the nominationare caught. The child was weak but / % > '
armament. do not wish \ '
Men 'especially to ,
former Senator uninjured.Los :
Jim Watson for- -
News from abroad Indicates that attend or buy, and for days previouslyare (
mer Representative Frederick Landis Angeles police In a sudden raid WORMS 1"
this is imposing a tremendous task on glowered at by wives who know 1
and former Gov. Harry G. Leslie. Rob- freed William F. Gettle, oil millionaire
Mr. Roosevelt, for the prospects of to get out of It for 7 AND '
they are trying ;
inson angered the state committee by who had been kidnaped and held for a .
disarmament are'' growing slimmer wives love weddings.
attacking its officers. large ransom, and arrested three of
daily. There Is no abatement of the nil TAPEWORMare
the men who abducted him. The trio Why would it not be a good idea to
between France and
TN ORDER that congress may adjourn confessed, were promptly given life German Germanyover give half the present amount wastedon
rearming, and France
1 June 5, the President and sev- sentences and are now in the San weddings to starving old soldiers, quickly expelled
has lengthened the term of service of
eral congressional leaders got 'together Quentin prison.STRIKES its soldiers, which example Belgium the poor, union labor organizations, from the human sys-

and pared down' the' legislative pro- probably will follow. Hungary and railroads and bankers in distress. tem with one single
gram. They agreed to limit dose ofDr.Peery's'DEAD
the "must"bills In many branches of the Jugoslavia are engaged in a bitter

to four measures. These are: Industry will occur unless border dispute and the former has It would be a great convenience to

The one billion, three hundred mil- the striking employees of the asked for help from the League of me if some of,the army of writers now SHOTVermifuge50c

lion-dollar emergency appropriation Fisher Body plant at Flint, Mich., win Nations council, which has opened an- useless would devote their time to

bill carrying funds for the continua. their demands, according to President other session In Geneva. Japan, still reading, and print collections of the l t R'yYnii Iw ilia MUnAp,p nor ar >ii

tion of the New Deal relief activities. Green of the American Federation of stubbornly aloof, seems to be'seeking occasional good things found in novels,

The communications Labor. histories and the mass of writ-
control bill proposing a new cause for hostilities against essays,
the consolidation of federal "The strike of the workers em- ing of kind. I thank James
every bottle
reg China, alleging that a number of Jap- a at druggists or
ulation over all communications.The ployed at the Fisher Body plant at anese ,soldiers were killed by Chinese Truslow Adams for a sentiment he TTriElit: KU Co., IOu Gold St., N.Y. c:t7.

loans to Industries bill, authorIzing Flint, Mich., reflects the spirit of, unrest troops. lately buried in a book, and which I

RFC and: federal reserve bank and discontent which prevails The League's commission on the happened to encounter: "The wisdomof

advances, to smaller industries on in- among the automobile" workers at the Paraguay-Bolivia war In the Gran the past," he says, "is not \o be Do you Back PEP ?
present time, Green said in '
termediate credit a few \
undone a
terms. Chaco submitted a report recommending in the present by .tele-

The deposit Insurance extension bill ment. that all nations of the world, especially phones, motor cars or radios. \\ Are you all In, tired and run down?
"There will be no In
peace the
automobile -
continuing the temporary federal bank .the American republics, be '
industry, he added, "until \ )
deposit guarantee plan for another the grievances of the workers are faIr- asked to Join in an effort to shut off The first writing was on clay tablets \ 'IiffR5)MAr6S!
year in lieu of putting the the two South American ma\de\'
permanent ly settled, discrimination and coercion from coun- or' on paper laboriously iJ
program contained in'the Glass banking stopped, the right of collective bar- tries all the materials necessary to from marsh plants, and there was fi/ir TONlIC

:: bill into effect at this time. gaining established and carryon a war. too little of it. In these days of pap r
Mr. Roosevelt company Will rid you of
sent' to congress a union domination and intimidation easily made by tons from wood pulp\\.

message explaining why the first stopped." WAR In Arabia has come to an end and of typewriters, stenographers, MALARIAand

named bill is necessary, and urging Dissatisfaction has been' accentuated the present, an armistice hav- I movable type and printing presses,
that build you up. Used for 65 for Chills _
be no more than the amount asked he added, "because of the failureof ing been officially announced. King there Is far too much of It. The old- Fever.Malaria and years _i

One ppropr ated.. the automobile labor board to func- Ibn Saud of Saudi' Arabia, apparently time men soon settled their differencesby A General Tonic ....

other measure that may be put tion properly and effectively." Is the victor, for It was stated his resort to fists, battle axes, lances,
through at this session Is the silver Labor troubles along the American terms had been accepted by the Imam rocks or spears ; there was at least occasional \ boa and $1.00 Ac All Drusgi

bill upon which the President and the waterfronts Increased dally. On the Yahya of Yemen, though the terms peace, but owing to the easel/

silver bloc agreed and which was to Pacific coast thousands of seamen quit of- the treaty were not made public of writing the differences of moderns WNU-7 22THE 4

be Introduced with' a messatre from work In sympathy with the striking immediately men are never settled. I


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= = P VL TRY Method of Healing"In

I ietL I Queen Anne's Lace I massage the receives, modern Its art deserved of healing recog,

Pi nition as one of the most useful
I physical measures. There are some

METHODS IN SIGHT obvious advantages In applying na

,i) I By Frances Parka son Keyes I ture's forces, such as sunlight, heat

massage and exercise," Dr. Richard I

Cornell Professor Predicts Kovacs says in an article on .'Massage" -

In IIygela, In the Health
i Magazine -
1 Frances Parkinson Keyes WNU Service.
Marked Improvement.By !

As with many other methods of
Prof. A. I* Romanoff., Poultry Department treatment, there has been a tendency -

t CHAPTER XContinued25 "But they will go," he said "exactly musicals, calls.) Tuesday noons at the Cornell University. on the part of some persons to
I WNU Service.
on the tick of ten-thirty. That is the senate office building, Friday after- More simple, more economical and use massage in excess and for many

law of the Medes and Persians. The noons at the Congressional club. Calls. conditions In which it cannot have
"Oh, Neal! Oh, how lovely Oh- surer methods of hatching eggs [In the
i "You can't afford It !" finished Neal worst of it Is, that after that you will Calls. Calls. future are predicted. This prophecy any real value; on the other hand, j

be free to too will no doubt Anne had been breathlessly some physicians possibly
,' go ; you swept
;, mockingly, "of course 1 can A mancan't Is based on the present trend of scientific -
his[ take advantage of your freedom ; andI Into the swing of It, almost before she lack of experience, are likely to Ignore
afford not to give presents research. Today, because of lack
1' Besides.you're do not feel at all sure when I shall realized what had happened. She its value altogether.
wife every now and then. of scientific knowledge about the nature -
see you again." grew very thin and she slept badly. The terms massage signifies a va
for.I .
not to worry. It is all paid of birds' eggs, they are Incubated
"Neal and I have been asked to another Her beauty took on a slightly haggard riety of procedures ranging from the
had an unexpected check today-an wastefully. Infertile eggs, and eggs
dinner" said Anne. "In honor quality, and there were dark circles gentle stroking and delicate touch of
4 account long overdue paid up. I attended I of poor hatching quality, are set Into
of the Hammels. The Standishes are under her eyes, fainter color In her the trained masseur or masseuse to
the Incubator In the
;, to all our monthly hills hang destroyed.
giving it. I think [it Is most awfully cheeks ; but what she lost in freshnessshe the kneading, hacking and other
up, just like that And still 1 had same Incubator attempts are made to
kind of them to invite But what I in manhandling of the muscular bath-
< us. gained, subtly, sophisticationand hatch birds
'I, enough left over for this too eggs of various species of ,
,- .. The pendant was pretty with tho"glittery" started to say was-perhaps you will distinction.And such as turkey, chicken and duck and rubber. Massage may have a me-
fact be there and I might meet you then." she loved It all : the overlapping failure to hatch them chanical effect such as the stimulation -
:, dress. In it was; perfect. efficiently re-
And as Anne followed by Neal swept "I see," said Lassiter, suddenly engagements, the stiff square, creased sults. of circulation of the blood under -
"Thank shall be there." delivered hand the the immediate touch of the
grave. you. I envelopes by clang-
Into the Lassiter drawing room But [in the future we shall be able
Anne had the sudden, uncomfortable ing telephone the long cardboard masseuse, or it may produce a reflex
the butler beside the silk portlered en to produce eggs of better hatchability
j feeling that she had made an appoint flower boxes with their contents Influence through the nerves on dis-
[ stock
trance announced. "Senator and Mrs.Conrad" Breeding { will lay fewer Infer
ment with him. With his usual intuition [- shrouded in moist oiled paper and tiny tant parts of the body.
; both were swiftly[ conscious tile eggs, and fewer eggs with defec-
he guessed this, and with his usual cards tucked In, their corners the cool Massage may be used with benefitIn
t ,. of the fact that Anne was unsurpassed outside or Inside qualities. The
smooth skillfulness restored her composure home-comings when she left a heated the after-treatment of sprains,for
( > be
hatchable will much
< In elegance by any other woman quality of eggs
ballroom just before dawn and felt chronic diseases of joints, in mus-
present. Senator Lassiter. who was Improved by selective breeding proper
"And at other festivities which the fresh breeze in her face Horace cular rheumatism, for strengthening
many as
and of birds and
,. talking[ with the French ambassadress! feeding housing ,
will attend he said drove her New wasted muscles, for overcoming general : j I
\ detached himself immediately from her you casually swiftly up Hampshire i by proper selection and care of
"We certain interlocking fatigue for soothing the nervous -
to in I
are move avenue. hatchable
forward while his
side and hastened : eggs.
7.: : ,I mother with less empressement but circles if not actually the same Anne was progressing with a rapidity More knowledge will be gained system and or for general body

with equal cordiality turned to greet one, as' I rather suspect may be the [ which was sufficiently rare to be about eggs of various, species,of birds, building elimination.

{ .' them also. case. I hope you dance? I shall per- remarkable even in that capacity their handling at different[ stages of

," / "We are so very happy to have you mit myself to look for you at' the chil where so many others have been test- development and the natural require- "Wild" Cattle ThriveA

dren's hospital ball." ed, and have proven beyond any pos- ments of eggs for Incubation. good example of what happens
K.:: with us-now let me see. I wish to be ,
sure you meet every one here tonight He bowed slightly, In kind and sible question the fine adaptability of Scientifically designed Incubators, when domestic cattle revert to type
tribute. Near them the fine American Is to be found on some of the Islands -
Have you met the Italian ambassador superficial a gilt woman. one type for chicken eggs one for

and Donna Martinelli? Madame Es I clock chimed softly and struck the I Nothing perhaps was more indicative [ duck eggs and special types for oth- which make up the Queen Char. j
lotte Islands, scattered along the
of [in tIp-
her advance savoirfairethan
tavi is a friend already. I am sure- ers will be developed. These Incuba-
the speaker of the house and Mrs. the difference in the degree of tors will[]) be more simple and more per reaches of the coast of British

Hastings Senator and Mrs. Lee. Sen- composure with which she approached economical to operate, and they will Columbia. Cattle which have gone
> wild on these islands have multiplied
ator and Mrs. Stone." the White House. When she first Insure a good healthy hatch.

The even cultured voice flowed on. V drove under its white-pillared porte-' The artificial Incubation of tomor- remarkably and loggers, sailors and

'. Two-servants In purple livery entered 9 I cochere to deposit her card and Neal'son row will result from research activi- fishermen who occasionally land there

,, bearing silver trays laden with frosty the small silver salver extended to ties today The view of a brighter, tell strange stories of their doings. j

cocktails and tiny, savory sandwiches.[ her by the manservant in livery her better future should bring the'whole I

.' fingers trembled so that she could and
Senator Lassiter offered his arm to' hatching Industry nearer nearerto

the ambassadress and advanced with hardly lay down the neatly folded bits perfection. MercolizedWax !

her beside him at the head of the proCession of cardboard. The deference which

which doth "hedge [in a king"[ and which- the Pullets i
", wound Its way to the ( Keep Busy, iI
strains of music from an unseen' organ deny It though we may-seems to iI I

second many of us to hedge in a Presidentalso Regarded as Good AdviceJust I
through a great drawing room 1 1J \ ;
across a galleried hall and Into along I 4 rose before her [in all its grandeur, as a school teacher has th \w.1

paneled dining room flanked, with I terrifying her with its significance[ most trouble with her pupils: In. the

great carved sideboards. I Her sense of awe persisted all the first week of the school term, so does

afternoon ; and when Mrs. Hammel the trouble
Anne feeling as If she had been the poultryman have most

transplanted to one of Monte Cristo's told her she should follow up this cere- with, his pullets the first week they

of card leaving, after a little [Interval -
banquets hoped that she was success- mony are confined from summer range, statee
with a note to Miss Hopkinson a commercial poultryman In Pathfinder Jeeps
fully concealing the swimming sensation i Skin "Young
Mrs. Shaw's secretary, requesting to
Magazine. During the first week ia
overcame her as she Absorb blemishes and discoloration using
seated herself between Senator Stone be received by the President's wife, the laying house many pullets learn Mercolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible I
her reluctance to take this bold step particles of aged skin aro freed and afi
the vices that for
and Senor Estavi at the very end of are responsible mor- defects such as blackheads,tan. freckles and
the splendid' table. She was as evident' in her face as It was tality during the winter. Feather pIck- large pores disappear. Skin is then beaaUfulTy -
must It
dear, velvety and so soft-fac loots
In her voice.
seemed reorganize/: Ideas about entertaining ing, egg eating, laying on the floor and years younger. Mercohzed Wax brings eat I
"Why, Mrs. Hammel, I couldn't Sure- other bad habits are started soon after your hidden beauty.At all leading dm ista. I
as completely as had
ly I ought to wait for her to make the Powdered Saxolite I
Luncheons birds are housed.It i
reorganized them about dress. Teas Dinners Calls.
c r But ,
< I Reduces wrinkles and other I
she resolved to do'so swiftly and com- Official Receptions, Charity Balls, suggestion. If such a suggestion is ever is very important that pullets be i I dissolve one ounce Sorolito ageeiga.Sim.Ply ia naif-pat- I

I plerely ; and rousing herself, she Evening Musicals, Calls. to be made' !" kept busy when they are first confined. 1 witch basal and use daily as face lotion. J

heard the small black-bearded man "Certainly you ought not ( Do you Supply liberal quantities of green feed. ,

with Indefinable charm and distinction half hour. The ambassadress, who Imagine 'that Mrs. Shaw spends her Keep laying mash before them In open

was favoring Neal with few formal leisure moments glancing through the
hoppers. Make them scratch and workas
who 'was placed at her left asking
hopefuJly."Vous.parlezfrancais.\ Ma- remarks, instantly extended her handin cards that are showered upon her and much as possible. Provide enough B ER STAMPSand

dame?" farewell and sought the ambassador deciding whom to favor with an invitation nests so that there will be no crowd-

"Mais: oul[," she answered breathlessly with her eye. ? She never sees those, cards. She ing. Be sure the birds are, free from otlierMarkingDeuices

her head clearing Instantly and "What did I tell you !" laughed Lassi has no leisure moments. But Miss[ lice and the house free from mites. WRITE FOR CATALOGS

launching Into her newly acquired but ter softly. "Good-by-dear Lady De- Hopkinson[ the grim old dragonanda DIXIE SEAL & STAMP COMPANY

fluent French she began to chatter light"T pretty good sort, too when you get Cure for Scaly Leg ATLANTA GA.
to know her!-has you all neatly docketed
pleasantly with the agreeable little
Peruvian. CHAPTER XIi and knows whether you have done Scaly leg can be overcome by the

right by our Nell, and all that. So run use of any disinfectant used on the .
i_ ----- cuff ME OUT -----
Senator Lassiter appearing at her along home, Goldilocks, and feet and legs of the birds says a poul- r ;
get your I and mall me.with 10o coin orsta.mPllLndro1lJ';
side apparently from nowhere In an Luncheons, teas, dinners, calls. Offi note written'! tryman In the Montreal Herald. Sul- I name and address to LORD & AMES, Inc., I

.' incredibly short time after she had cial receptions, charity balls, evening (TO BE CONTINUED.) phur-and-lard ointment rubbed on ,I| yon 360 a N.generous Michigan sample AveDue.of Chleap.l 1/oiay Ifcco will bring FowDr. I|
finished her coffee in the der and Loratono/ ho marvelous aU-purpose .
drawing the legs and rubbed well In will gradually I beauty cream dlso details bow to mare
room assured her that she would be -"-:;-'.- --''-:;-.'- --'--'--'--'--'--'--'--'--'.- ---r.- --'--'--'..-..-.-.. :-..-.-:;-'--'--'--'--'..---''-:-:-;-::--"-'.- .,-'.,-'.- effect a cure. A coal oil solu- L r:11050 a,.week extra in yonrepare time..a I f
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much more comfortahle on a deep brocaded -' tion will[]), rid the birds of scaly legs,

sofa at the front end of the roomS Much Preparation to Wed in, GreeceWhen but the birds' legs should not be more .Sattor'j

than In the small high chair on which than dipped In the coal oil. Do not SORE EYES Eye Lotion

", she 'was then sitting ; and shepherdedher leave It for any length of time as the relieves and cures sore and infi&med eyes In ii to y8
a Grecian lover sighs "Marryme chronic rheumatism. Nor was that the boors Helps the weak: eyed cures without pajn.
,r suavely and inconspicuously to a ". limit, of her coal oil treatment Is drastic. The sul- 'Ask your druggist! or dealer for SALT"R'S.Only
he can scarcely be depressed 'If hardship When the cloth from Reform>i6ponsaryP.O.Boxl&l1 Atlanta Ga..
,, place a little apart from the other phur-and-lard salve should be rubbed
the prospective bride looked some- was finished she had, to embroider It
I guests. thing less than delighted. Preparationfor with designs 'so fine that they could on the legs about once every four or i

"How 1 wish" he murmured. throwIng a marriage, in some parts of only be done in a dark room in whicha five days until the legs are clean. Do RUEUMATIC\ and NEURITIS '
4 his handsome head att'empt the scales let
back little to remove ;
a Greece, [is a matter of years, accord- single-ray of light was allowed to not

and speaking through half-closed lips Ing to director of the Near East In- fall on the embroidery, which affected I nature effect the removaL Pains and aches relieved with B-J in 30 ;

"that once, just once. I could take a dustries In Athens.A her eyes. The women finally rebelled. minutes.This wonderful prescription contains I
young and pretty woman out to din Coloration of Egg ShellsThe no narcotics or opiates,and is easy to
trousseau [Isn't just a wardrobefor take. Why suffer? Try a Free Sample of
ner! But it Is always fate
my to have the bride's honeymoon. In one U..S. O. K's Hispaniola as coloration of shells from purebred B-J and be convinced. B-J is sold in two
middle-aged not to say elderly am sizes, 50 cents and $LOO. Mailed direct
4 section of Greece [it must Include all Haitian Republic's Nnmo flocks shows a deviation from
bassadresses at my side[ --It Is unthink upon receipt of price.Write for Free Sam
,. able that any man should Indulge In the clothes she will need for the rest The question of a name for the Is- breed and should not be used for pIe of S.) at once and see bow quick:those

<; airy persiflage with dowagers of rank I' of her life, the director told the Brooklyn land [in the West Indies which come hatching especially if the baby chicksare pains will B-J be relieved.COMPANY Dept. !-1
'' be sold as purebreds accordIng
Eagle. prises the Dominican
,;: < "Because they would resent it as an Republic and 101 Baltimore Bldg., Memphis, TonB.
'j':::: inpertinence? or because'\they offer no Brides from the Island of Skyros the Republic of ETaiti-and which has to an authority at North Carolina
dresses in their trousseaux been known by various State college. Unless the birds are
inducement to levity and Indiscretion must have three names Including -
wedding dress of Santo Domingo trapnested It will be difficult to identify
cotton and has
? asked Anne, who was beginning -a --
I' to enjoy herself again. heavily embroidered ; a second best been settled by the United States geographic the birds producing off-color eggs ITCHING IRRITATIONEven

"Both, my dear lady. You have no dress and a mourning dress of dark board. The board approvedthe and, where the poultryman Is doing in persistent cases where parts

!I Idea how virtuous I am when thereis green embroidered In gold, which Is name Hispaniola. his own breeding It would be well to are sore and tender-comfort follows

nothing about to tempt me., But In to be worn at all funerals Includingher For three centuries after the discovery discard the present male birds and the soothing touch of

the presence of lovely matrons own. of the island by Columbus the replace them with birds from flocks
young that have not shown this trouble.
name Hispaniola was used. In
with perfect complexions and a gift of In another section of Greece the widely

I repartee I sometimes forget myself." bride has to prove herself ellgiole as recent years the island has been
k"own by a number ot other narue: Poultry Hints
"But they, 1 suppose always jog a daughter-in-law by spinning weav-

: your memory?" said Anne demurely."Oh ing and fashioning her husband's wed- Santo Domingo from the city ot Hens must be healthy and free from Good Mail Order nuslneSl Better than job,
If her prospective that name, now the capital o:;: ite Dominican kinds. My plan proves ft. Small captta.l. No ex-
no-not always. Sometimes ding shirt. mother- parasites of al
perlence requIred. 3e stamp for particulars
they are forgetful too-Bow's in-law approves the shirt the wedding [ Republic, frequently has t.eep Yuma Advertiser, Box 160 Turns. Ark.
your used to
designate the Jlaltl
memory?' he inquired with a ,slight proceeds; If she does not, the hapless Island Wisconsin has 639 hatcheries with a
the of the
u, ___ "drawl. maiden must go back and weep and name negro republic on total capacity of 9,580,130 eggs.
west, also used In designating .
'lfj.r' ,"Excellent said Anne. spin and weave again. the entire Island. '
But Senator Lassiter did not seem Custom on one Island dictated thata Five ducks is considered the maxi Remorse Dudrufr-StopaIJaIr>" Ito
No for the Island
name Is necessary Impart Color and
<" to be daunted ; and when a little later bride must make her own wedding In addressing mail to ,either Santo Do mum for one drake' and four would be Beauty Graraod Faded.limit

-", :'. she told him that she thought perhaps dress out of linen thread so fine thatIt mingo or Haiti The board points out better. t 60e Chem.and$1.00 Wk!!at.,Pat DrncsiMUiwox
she and Neal should be leaving, he Informed could only be worked In a very that "Haiti" Is sufficient for addressIng FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal tor VM taconncctu
her, with even more of a draw) damp room. The task took months At least eight feet of space at the > Parker'a Hair Balaam.MakeS the
[ mall to the Republic of Haiti and hair soft and flo1 y.60 eents by mail or at urugSirta. -
that they could not go until after the and as a result of the dampness the "Dominican Republic" for the other feeder should be provided for every .HIBCOX Chemical Works Fatcbocnc )I'.X.'THE .

guests of honor had departed.J' prospective bride usually finished with Island republic. 100 chicks. ,. .


FRIDAY, .TUXE', 1034..
and mailed to each qualified voter, asked if she was planning'to move metals like aluminum and iron. A. having been filed as required by law.

The Clewiston News -candidates, for the blessed pri- into one of the government houses 33 percent solution of muriatic acid IT IS ORDERED that the defend-

vilege of airing their platforms and when they were completed replied, water will do the trick. Pour about ants, Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A.

Published every Friday Clewiston,, "records," pay the price of $10 per "When I get the second coat of wax two cupfuls of this solution into a Nelson, his:: wife, do appear upon the

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, on the floor and the key in my bag, kettle and shake it around. When a 2nd clay of July, 1934, to the bill of

Inc. page.According to those calculations, I'll believe in government houes.: spot of metal appears, showing tha' complaint filed in this cause, else the (,.

the booklet just issued brought in Till then I'm not planning any. tho lime covering has been dissolved, allegations of said bill will be taken.
Keathley Bowden, Editor I the acid from this 1 as confessed by aid defendants.
the grand total revenue of $160, and thing.: try to keep away I
.1 the cost, according to reports we place. It may be necessary to repeat IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that

Entered as second class mail mat- haven't had opportunity to verify, ran HOUSE'WIVESPrerarecl I this process several times, because this order be published once a week

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post to $15,000. Which leaves the tax- HINTS,TO the acid becomes' weaker as the deposit for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in

Florida, under dissolves. Strong acids should 'The Clewiston News, a newspaper
Office in Clewiston, payer in the hole on the project .
the Act of March 3, 1897. $14,840. Besides the considerable by Home Demonstration never be used on aluminum. : published in Hendry County Florida.

annoyance of tossing the booklet in Specialists in Tallahassee Muriatic acid is poisonous and even I DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle,

Subscription rate, $2.00 per :year. the wastebasket. There's where when diluted it will make holes in Florida, this 31st day, of May, 1934.,
Advertising rates on application. everyone we've had opportunity to I Hard water is the cause of lime cloth. Before the waste acid or that WM. T. HULL, ..
see landed immediately. deposits which form on the inside often Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Devoted to the advancement and such as is usually sold at drugstores,
Perhaps there was a day when kettles. These do. no particularharm much Hendry County, Florida.
of Clewiston and Hendry diluted with 4 to 9 times as
welfare the campaign booklet served a real except to slow up the rate at i i
is &
i which has been partially used Evans, Mershon Sawyer,
County. purpose and was a useful adjunctto which the water heats.If I thrown in the sink, it should be diluted 1st 'National Bank Bldg.:,
But "Those is aluminum or iron,,
a political campaign. the kettle
several times as much as Miami, Florida.
Looks like a rainy-er than usual Days Are Gone Forever," and the it may be heated cautiously: when it i If strong acid is put in the ,drain it SOLICITORS FOR PLAINTIFF.No. .
sooner someone manages to abolishthe is empty. As the metal of the /teakettle
summer. will clog the pipes.Phosgene's 28.-June 1-8-15-22-29.
campaign booklet, the better.It expands, the lime deposit will ",

Added to a lot of yocab laries.- was such a flop financially this crack. Striking the hot vessel with I IT

quintuplets.And year, that doubtless legislators will a wooden stick will help to loosen Klcxy Ussa ft:' t .G''It"'f.' r;.t 1

be falling over themselves to repeal the scale. Phosgene is used in dye making, Ii U)4 j rVi (i 3'\'i ri.lCoumclor

what if all your candidatesdidn't the law requiring it. And the state Treating with acid is another meth rand used for optical! 1 gh'tSs'and

get elected. will profit thereby. od. If the deposit is lighV dilute purifying may tvo used to k'll. rodents ani : and Attorney; at Law

acid, such as vinegar allowed: tc insects.IX Hopkins BuildingAVeclnesdays

One way get your name and .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. stand in the kettle will dissolve it: < ancl ,Saturdays
picture in the paper (we don't rec- The addition of a' little common sail 9:30 to 4:001Vatches

ommend the method) is to give will hasten the process. Little bub THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

birth to five babies. RAMBLINGS. bles indicate that the deposit is dis TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRUC11 -

solving in the acid.If OF FLORIDA, IX AND FOB:I

And now it is disclosed that Clyde : ............................. the deposit is heavy it may be HEXDRY COUNTY, IXII CHAN Clocks, Jewelry; .
.:..:..:.{..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Rear or
Barrow, the outlaw, played the sax- treated with a stronger acid such as CERY. I "\
ophone. No wonder the officers shot Last week the News was a pub- muriatic, but this method must bused < decision Drug. Company; ,

him.-Wauchula Advocate. cial edition-did you notice-a pub- ,with caution, for the acid car The Clewiston Company, a'- I Jewelry Repairing \:

lisher's edition. Lots of times we dissolve the metal tea kettle as wel Plaintiffv.
corporation, W. H.
"End this daily pipecleaningnuisance" issue reader's editions, but a realpublisher's as the lime. It is well to remember

blared an advertisement,, edition is a Kara. Avis. that diluted acids have less effect;: or WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A, Nelson \
but mother insists it isn't the pipe- So many ads, the reading matter his wife, Defendants. CLSWISTON FLORIDA

cleaning but the absence of it that'sa (even the Ramblings) was crowded p. a. ROY o i
Constructive .
Order for ,
nuisance.It clear off the page-2 extra sections, .... "
one the statment and county delinquent '- ;i Affidavit for constructive service "We Are Here To Stay"You
tax list, the other the city ,
hot in -------
ma3and( does) get REQUEST --- -- ---
far haven't heardof list. That's what a publisher's edi-
Florida, but so we ,
any of our squirrels going nutty tion is composed of. It makes up C.: E. STEBELElectrical I

over the heat. (News item-A squir- for a few of the many reader's editions ,

rel in Omaha, when the thermometer that newspapers have been ContractingPHONE

reached 100 became insane) forced to deal in all to frequently of 2121 eachersYou

late years.A .

lot of water has flowed under PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
The aviation division of the FERA
the bridge, then, since our last
several hundred dollars this
airport construction is beautifying Agent for earn
Rambling visit. For it continues to
airports and has just planted 1,100 rain.' 'We haven't the figures handy, GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS summer, and you can secure a better position anda
flame vines, part of 6,000 plants to
but it's been plenty. The cook said, i in -
for the coming Complete _
be placed on the Fort Pierce airport. RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES larger salary year.
when it rained the first Sunday in
When, a few years hence, you ,fly May that it would rain all the month t, formation will be mailed on receipt of a three ,
over Fort Pierce gaze down at a ... -"" :C .
thing of beauty. -that was a sure sign. We were cent stamp. Send :for it today. ,
skeptical, but so it proved. It -\
very . . .N111>, Rural Schools and City Schools :
was with regret that we noted it :NS.H: N/NHH N M-N::.1. H 1 IMI .

CONCERNING WAR DEl'/TS rained the first Sunday in June also :: :!: Summer Work and School Year Positions .,< ::

: So here's hoping her "sure sign" : New, and ,Used ..,J i' :..SContlnenta..l

Debts of other nations to U. S. as don't work this time. '/::;; "
stated 1926 funding <,settlementsin "Last week in our column we talk 'FURNITUREBELLE : '..,.t''

installments for 62 years $11- ed about holidays. "Blessed be they .. Tea.cKer's Agency, Inc. r :

522,354,000. Debts, if payable today that work for the government' ,". : / .
:: : 1830 Downing St., Denver, Colo. :.. ..
would total $11,528,311,615.
sez we, "for their holidays are le- GLADEFURNITURE :;
The above comparison of figures gion." But they haven't a thing on :!: : Covers the ENTIRE United States '

seems incredible, but due to the. bankers, for didn't we amble downto :: : '
have COMPANY ; "Thanks for sending me so many good positions to apply for, _
fact that interest charges con- make a little deposit Monday,
over 30 during the first five days I was enrolled.."-An Illinois
tinued to increase and some sched- A ) -
only to find the bank closed like '
.. Glade! Florida .;, teacher. -
uled payments on the principal were. Sunday. A tiny card informed us ; \

not made, it is a fact that the total I it was Jefferson Davis' birthday y :j jX
II :: Next Door To Theatre ; SCHOOL OFFICIALS---We can put you in touch with tl every
today is larger than the total due Last week it was Memorial Day. And finest teachers. Our service is free to you. '

in 1926, despite payments of $2- probably next week it will be some- .t 1/1i. ,
:1NN:N N:N 1N:1:N,N NN: :NNNNf :N:N. ;
606,340,000.The thing else.Nothing.
war loans made by the U. I :-:= -T =: -- --
short of Christmas can
to debtor nations amounted to $ S'I I ,
stop a newspaper office, and so we
811,094,000. For these loans the ... ... .:. .:.
I are very envious of the government : .
rr debtor nations were called upon to I folks and the bankers. Even Thurs- I +.. .!. d FOR SALE! '.;'"i'"..

r repay over .twice the amount, $22-' day half-holidays leave us cold. They I :. .!,. 'i'Yi i'

143,500,000.Small mean nothing to us except a short: ,
wonder, then, that Presi-; dinner at night, for never will we I .: I Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment n
dent's met with wholesome I'
message humans learn to be forethoughted .' .:. .:. i:
approval from all factions of Congress -I enough to provide that far in advance .: .:. I I ':'r i'
and all 'classes of people. I
and we are bound to run out .
Stating that the United States of coffee or something equally essential ::: .:. i I .;. 'i'i
expects and must receive I
payments i X'i'
just because it's Thursday
within reason, the president's mes- ::: I .. :.
afternoon and all the stores are : .. ''
sage to Congress says "It is a simple ::: : i"x
I closed. Thursday lmlholidayjI i XX
fact that this matter of the repayments should be celebrated on some otherday .:.. .:. I '.:' '..
Of debts '' I .. .
contracted :
during than Thursdays. We don't believe .- : .. ; :
,and after the World War has gravely I there's half s. dozen weeklies ::: .;. I I ::: :::

'l : complicated our trade and financial -I in the state that can regularly take :i: ::: .;. ..

relationships with the borrow- advantage of the opportunity to rest .: :' I n ,I x. ..... --
ing nations for many President I .:. .:. 'i' 'i. '
years. -
half a day. News just won't happen : .'. .. .. -p-
Roosevelt says the American ::: .:. 1 I .;. .;.
I it
in time to get all written, proofread = .. ..
people have r. right to expect some and corrected before Thurs; '2' o' 4I 4- } *,t
payment, but they will not place an I day. i
impossible burden : .. I :+
on their debtors. Since election is over at last f I 11Y
The people of the .. ''
United .
States Praise Allah) we're going to have .:. t : :
even expect I ::: ::
some sacrifices on the time; to hunt up a new wastebasket.The .i' :: j :
: art of debtor nations, because the :: :
free publicity stuff has completely :: ::
.... 2L States government borrowed worn out our last bean ham- I .'. '.' ...I .
mm us people to ;' ; i';'
make foreign per, and it's time to get a new one ..." .' .',1 .'
oans, and if repayment from for- for the automobile free advertising' v .i. I .I :'
'!ign nations is I y J yy
not forthcoming etc. that comes in willy-nilly, election -'I '. I I

Jie ixes must be raised to make up for year or off-year. Candidate'sstuff ::: ::: I :;: :::

shortage.A : reasonable. comes in :a deluge every; ,two :4 ::, I I :;: *
systematic years but the motor car industry II .!_. yi
':lethod of, payment would go a long : we have with us always.: '_ :: I :: ::
ay toward solving the problem, and Speaking of free advertising :!: '' ,', '.:'
i is to be hoped that .. I I .'.
the lenient people have funny ideas about free :i: .:. I' I 4 '' 7.
nd yet'Clltogethcr just attitude of ctuff,-even on rare occasions .' ): :: :;:

he American people asking for newspaper people themselves. Only ::: II I Xi

reasonable payment will find recep- recently we noted ; !i I + ;
1ivelattitude a "Public Forurn" ? :: I I .. ::
the I .
on part of the t.
:: 'I
article in .
an exchange, which} : '.' .'. ''
was nothing more or less: than an :i: ..-

appeal for votes for a certain: can- .;. _f: Pay The Balance Like; Rent t I :

WHY A CAMPAIGN BOOKLET? didate. The candidate himself could ::: I

not have gotten it by the office, but 'i'l:i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: :i:

Some time between now and the under the guise!: of a Public Forum ,
;. ext general election we intend toke letter it somehow, slipped in. Don'tsee :;::1:: :
'\ some time off to try to figure how the editor refrained from .:.

I ut some partial Juctificatlon for then grasping Inn rule and sending a bill :i:' Cwsti iml1e Building Assoc at tJn III!!!!!

mpaign Booklet" issued. at state for it, regular cpe.ce::! rate. s :
expense each election.,'JAt present Some people are hard -to conv'iucereferring ::
'be situation seems to be-the booklet particularly to one of t. :.:: PHONE 102 2'; ..:'

is issued at txpayer's expense the government ladies, who whenp____ _', __ -__ --.!'_ _.. n. -.. ---.,-


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Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Prevatt re- MRS SELEE HONOR GUEST AT ? (-l- J (>'ft 3fr >: >r 2( S >>fM (, )f (' >>

turned Tuesday from Fort Myers,' DRIDGt: BY MRS. HEMEXWAY: i
t, .
I Personal Mention I where they were guests for several i! i
Mrs. N. L. Hemenway entertainedfive r
; days of Mrs. Pievatt's parents, Mr. To the '
Voters of x
'. 00. and Mrs. O. D. Carlton and other tables of bridge players Friday j.3

:" 1& Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson were relatives.A. I afternoon in honor of Mrs. Richardson p i., District ?
Ii Selee who moved to "
visitors in Belle Glade.
Sunday i S
I '
;! .
H. King, scoutmaster of the Clewiston from Fort Myers.At .

: Bobby and Dick Patterson spent Clewiston Boy Scout trdop, left i I the conclusion of play prizes l 1."o '

the week end at Camp Ropaco.R. Wednesday for Camp Ropaco on the I j were awarded to Mrs. C. L. Downsfor v .' i

Caloosahatchee, where he will assist -| high score, Mrs. Mark R. Law-

C. Lang of Fort :Myers spenta with the executive and educa-j i ler, second high, Mrs. F. M. Wright '
few days In Clewiston on business tional work of the camp during the. fer low score, and Miss Mary Mc-
summer season. i Crone for making the lucky cut.

P. W. Mcguiar of Fort Pierce was I Mrs. Selee received a lovely guest I am grateful for the evidence of your
a business visitor in town thiss Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence prize.
week. spent the week end with Mr. and Other players were Mrs.. Grace Ca- .{ 3
confidence in and I shall continue aJ:!
me to
Mrs. R. L. Saxon in Moore Haven. hill, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. b; \ Nii
Luzier of F. D. Duff, Mrs. G. O. Wallace of jr;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs Lawrence's grandmother, Mrs.
Tampa:. were here for a few days this Lula Geiger returned to Moore Haven Pahokee, Mrs F. E. Bryant of West work for the betterment of Hendry county.

y\ e1<. with them after a few weeks vis- Palm Beach, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs !If .

---- it here with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs.E. b i 1 I.If I.

. R. L. :Murray: of Fort Myers was L. Lowe L. Stewart, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, .... ... lI 0
: .' a_ business visitor in Clewiston Wednesday ,- Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. T. B. .' r.

:' Mrs.H.. Crouch and Miss Shelley, Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Mrs.C. ", ,_.0_, 1-: .)' f 1'3

::, ., Louise Renfroe motored to West R. Byrd and Mrs. Dave Alston.

" Miss Mildred Sanders of Nash- Palm Beach Tuesday for Mrs. C. E.

, ville, Tenn., spent a few days !1ereI' Miner who returned and is spendinga Scholtz SuggestsA I DAVE G. ALSTON
: this week. few days at the Clewiston Inn.

lh s. Miner is recuperating from a '
({ .' .'. C. E. Lewis of :Miami is spending major operation performed several Solution For I'it

';'. n week at the Clewiston Inn, while weeks ago and many friends were .t( : t :e: -t, !( t.et( "--4:

:i. on business here. delighted to welcome her return to School Finances

, :; "(\. Vii' Clewiston. r:MNNNIr1:NNNNONN:11NN:N:NMN:N:..:..:..:..:N:N:N:NN:N:":":N:-':N:N:N:N:.:N:N:N:N: :":":": :":":":":I.:rz
: <' Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury of ,, ..
r, Jacksonville spent a few days in (Editor's note: The following t
statement by Governor Sholtz on the y
. I Clewiston this week. MKS. PAFFORD'S BRIDGEIS school situation in Florida, proposesan :;: To the People of :!:
r4 Mis. C. E. Mills spent Tuesday increase in state contribution to _:. \ .:. .
the public school system. Becauseof Hendry County: '
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol- .f. .t..
most clever bridge party was the clarity with which it expressesthe
on B. Crews in Denaud.
that given by Mrs. I. M. Pafford on condition and the feasibility and ,t, .;.

Monday afternoon honoring Mrs. S. simplicity of the remedy suggested, :.;.. 0 '. :i:
Mis.: E. P. Miles left yesterdayfor :.
W. Shaw and Mrs. Tom Wiley of it is reprinted here almost in its .:. '- -:
Miami where she will spend the 0 y
Tampa. Tallies and prizes carriedout entirety, and is recommended for ,. y
week end visiting friends. .
a kitchen motif. Each handmade careful reading by those interestedin : : y y

o tally contained two recipesfor harmonious legislative action on'' y
Mr, and Mrs. D. S. Watts ofP.Ffoic
Haven were week end guestsof a card recipe file, and prizes included the much-discussed school problem.) I :i!: I desire to take this means to express to :;:

Mr. and Mrs. Gib Gross here. a cake box, kitchen garbage Statement 1by Governor SholtzAs y

-- receptacle, mixing bowls and sim- a result of insistence that ad- : you my appreciation on my nomination ass =i=

', ile;pry Herman and Carl Sholtz of ilar tides.' ditional State aid for the public y

; Miami were. here on business Wednesday Mrs. Tom Shelley won- high score schools follow an orderly procedureand :;: county attorney and l renew my pledge :;:

and remained for a few days. I prize, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, second, wait until the exact status of I

Mrs. Tom Wiley, low and Mrs. G. B. the school system could be determined :: now to serve you to the best of TIy ability. =:;
f Mrs. Thomas have been found to keep
i.f. II. Crouch, Mrs. C. H. cut prize. Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. ways
Bomcv and Miss Louise Renfroe Wiley and Miss Louise Renfroe were the schools open, in most instancesfor t y
f& { were ',visitors in Palm Beach Saturday presented with lovely guest prizes. full length terms and with much 1 y
0 -
"r" Dainty refreshments were servedto less overhead expense and greater +. ::::

d 1 the following players: Mrs D. G. efficiency. ;. -0- -

J.Iiv: Harold Johnson is spending Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs Tom Many improvments have been 1: :\; l
: I made in the public school systems .,,';. .
t. some time in Moore Haven visitingher Shelley, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H.
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. during this scholastic year. Many :: .I .<" LOUIS O. GRAVELY :_

Beck Barney Thomas, Mrs W. C. Owen, sources of waste and extravagancehave ::: :, ., ," f

Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs F. R. Max- been uncovered and correctedand 3/. i

f' Mr.'I and Mrs. C. A. New have well, Mrs G. C. Poole,"Mrs. M. P. what is just as important, a ....................... ...................:..... :)
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":":--:":": :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"':":":":":":":'
.: 1 moved to Moore Haven. :Mr. New is Peterson, Mrs. C.V.. McDonald, system of uniform records and accounts -

employed on the government dredge, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, has been placed into opera- _______
r, "Myacca." Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, Mrs. William tion through the cooperation of the

Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lockhart State Auditing Department, by '" .
I ) :tt :t21- { :t t )t-I ,('
:.q Mrs. C. H. Berner has as her attractive I Mrs. Lewis, Miss Louise Renfroe, means of which it will be possibleto io

house-guest her cousin, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. Walter I find the cause of such inefficiency -

_ Miss Louise Renfroo of Abbeville, Vaughn. Invited for tea were Mrs. and ,waste as may be manifest in .

I : Georgia. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Carl Berner the future.It I o, THANK YOU! J ,. '\d,. '-.

Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mrs. 'J. W. has been shown that with all j ., ."C_"'.(\ .'.,... ..
:":::' W.: 'W. Schaller, representative of Moore and :Mrs George Royal that the State, Counties and Dis- i 0 ,\.".-,\' -':,. J--.:...

; .: ;:';: the Goodrich Rubber Company of --'------ tricts have been able to do, termsof 0'
r"">-ll' '';' Atlanta, spent a week }sere with school in some instances have e l .-- -- Ii

!t t:,t, -' George W. Sparks. JtllS. IIAIIXEY THOMAS GIVES been too short and the pay of the 0

W.l.' ',": PARTY FOR THREE VISITORS I teachers in many instances too low.

_: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pape and ._ Always a firm advocate of full ,_ r
'- Mrs. S. ,V'. Shaw and Mrs Tom ,
: school terms and teachers'
; daughter, Shirley Lou of LeBelle adequate I take this to
Wiley of Tampa, guests of Mrs. G. opportunIty congratulate
:' were 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde'i salaries I am unwilling that this 9
C. Poole and Mrs. Louise Renfroe I .
' Egley here last week end. condition !should!: continue.. The' time
t.. '. -- of Abbeville, Ga., were honor guests j I has now come, in my opinion, for the winner, and thank all of my friends for Y

.,.': Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kranz returned at a lovely bridge party given by)II serious consideration of a source of
"i" Mrs. Barney Thomas at her home their in Tuesday's pri.many. i
' support
: Sunday from a wedding trip I additional revenue for the schools. .generous

t .',' : to St. Augustine and other points Tuesday afternoon. I The State must seek a way to I fl r

.?):: of interest on the East Coast. High core was won by .Mrs. Dave I extend additional aid to the countiesin .
.,, -- -- Alston. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won | order that the education of our .

?-i'. Mrs. Harry Turner and Bert Turner second high, Mrs. C. W. McDonald children may continue as it should. es '. .', .1', R Pi r
.." .
., .
W : '
e:;- returned the first of the week was holder of low score and 1\1rs.1]| I am unwilling that any funds lil' .'" o.'.. ."_. .-. ,-?,"'; .
..: after a. visit with Sheriff and Mrs. Tom Shelly won the cut prize. Mrs.I i. contributed by the State to public -j =='. == (

IT. L. Delaney in LaBelle. Shaw, Mrs. Wiley and Miss j I I schools be frittered away on increased ..- 1 0 I, g
.'. tils week. were given attractive guest prizes. administrative overhead or any (,:1 "\ L / "'

', ---' Others playing included Mis. R. other unnecessary expense. The requirement u. d's
r';;; I Rev. and Mrs. W 'B. Furgess'have Y. Patterson, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, that State school funds go ).: CHARLIE MINER i

.:!A>: rcturu d to their f0Il? here after Mrs. C. II. Ecincr, Mrs. M. E. Yena- directly to pay teachers and bus:? driv- ? ,
I. "1
: p three week's visit with relatives wine, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. E. L. ers was a.wise provision made by the "+ fiY1M'M'L

;, *n Trenton: N. J., and other points: Stewart, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. last legislature. And I am determin- H : ,1itl
CD.il the north I. M. Pafford and Mrs. G. C. Poole. I'! (Continued on page 8) !! W'4.t: :e: : J..c t: -t.t.cc: :eti:: : t: ttt:: t-c: <<

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- :: Mrs. Grover C. Poole and ----- I .. .....
- .. ]Mrs. S. W. Shaw and Mrs. Tom Wil- ; :rm; : r3rea rJr or 'r3r r :tJt''W; ( rec J't tor t r t 'r ar r"ore'r t r m t r3iir t> 'i3ro7erot ; :
!! tW :!:
oy of Tampa, and Mrs G. B. i fy
,'. Thomas were visitors in West Paim I y

Beach Saturday I L THANKS ,..'FRIENDS / :!: THANK YOU I ::_!::

: C t I t
". Mrs. Fred S. Gary and family of ,>:.,4.-, 5 -.:. -. I. .;.
'" Atlanta,. have arrived)! to reside In i!ij -O'- h r 1 :' y:
: I y ..
Clcwiston and are ]Iccatfd at the Inn ;! -0- i'+ : .. 0 :

:, at ment: prevent inspector.Mr. Gary is a govern- 4, '' i r r? :!: :'.: -. .::

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?.' The diamond ball ." .'.
c game scheduled tiI .:. ,
between Clewiston and Fort Myers t I I I wish to publicly express my appreciation ; f
,.r..' in Fort Myers last night was call for electing me member of the school :: I want to thank all 'my friends for'the :!:
ed off late ..
; yesterday afternoon because js :
i tsplendid "
{.;"..' ;:..:;, of rain. board. I will do 'my best to give you the q :.i.;: vote given me" in the. primary.- ._.:
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best school possible reasonable : ..
at -
f.: '" Paul Irons spent the week end at expense. -.0i.
.,.-'; his home in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Yours for better schools. :_: I I :.t.t ,:
:: j
Irons accompanied her husband on .:. '.. ..
his return to Clcwiston and is spending _:. \ ....-'I, ...:.
'.t. { 0 -
.' .. I a month here at the Inn. .: ,- -:. 1
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V .
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:\11'. and :Mrs. II. j. B. Scharnberg, o. ... It : .y.
f Herman Scharnberg) and Johnnie w .. ,,; : I .... .:..
Luccaa, left Tuesday for New York i .0.. ., -. '. '.:.

r- '' and Boston' for a several weeks' vacation -! \ MVE.VONMACH. __ ;y1 y1t 1 .... .". "" G. H. SMALL .;.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scharn- _
a X
it : :
berg are occupying the t ..
Scharnberg If. I..!!
residence during the absence of the 1 ill : L ':! .. ,
family. W tH e..... .. .. .... .. .. .. .... ..... oo-oo:00:..:+:+ :.. .:..: : :..:..: :--:..:..;..:-;..:.:..:..: :......))
l.G!C '; ': '& '?4tC-ti .' =4j". '." ." ;Zr r+C. .". '' ;. '.. .. .- r I' .:, ,: : : : :+o: : :-;.,: : X WIrnmAY : : ,: :. :.+. :, ; , ,




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AND PATTERN 1625 r'1Yr

For ,smart housekeepers-this captivating
frock that will give you a

D I L1- Events in the Lives of Little Men I DANPHEW0ULDNT lBELLS as ing neat for your and making attractive busy it-there's daytime appearance hours.just noting And dur--) -

r difficult about it at all. The
front and back yokes are economically -
L cut in one, the semi-belted waiSt-
; line Is readily adjusted,and of course,

The school teacher was giving her
wise.class a talk on the sayings of the Ii;; .:i.I.'J:

"Now here is :
a very good example ::
of what I .
mean, she said. 'It -
is more blessed to give than to re-
'" .
ceive. c
"Teacher," piped up little 'Bertie, o e w,04 fc

"my father says he always sticks to ,
that motto in his business.
"How noble of him!" said the y

teacher. "I'm sure he must be a very
fine man. By the way, Bertie whatIs
your father's profession?"

arm 'Oh, he's a boxer," replied the boy

The Tummy Letters

The primary teacher was helpingthe & :
f children to tell the difference between -
t the letters "d" and "b."
"Johnnie, how can we tell these ,
letters apart?" asked the Instructor.

"Well," answered the lad, "one has
Its stomach, In the front and the other
has It in the back."

Shifting the Blame \

"Did you ever dodge any taxes?" i
"No, sir," answered Mr. Dustin

-- Stax. "I can't figure out my tax returns t
for myself and I can't help It
I I If I happen to employ a special expert -
rff who has his own Ideas."
1125 \ 'r11
(C Mrftftt. 1{'. N. U., Proof Enough
"JIarjorle Is very clever."
"She only makes people think she

L "Well, Isn't that clever?"

I'M 60w& FOR. IT LOOKS AS l lMY IPit TRY To W /
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wNY--WHAT? YOU'RE ONLY OH-- IS THAT ALL ? IFIGURED I "You'll have to send for another

WHAT PO '(o11 WEARLP4& ONE I ONLY NEEDED HLh doctor," said the one who had bee

} MtrAN 2 sPulP wrau.-- F I CAN GET ONE SIDB. called, 'after a glance at the patient.
OF THE HORSE <5oiM<3; THE OIHERJ "Am I so ill as that?" gasped the

"I don't just know how ill you
.1 j\P\, N] TO 60 ALONey \ are," replied the man of medicine;

*.\ s'Z! > "but I know you're the lawyer wh.
h cross-examined me when I appearedas
an expert witness. My conscience

won't" let me kill you, and Til be
hanged if I ''want to cure you. Good
day."-Border Cities Star.

Lost Prophets
E v'-4' First Roman (at a Christian mas
-- Q / = 9i2 sacre-We've got a capacity crowd,
r but still we're losing money. The
upkeep on the lions must be pretty

r i heavy. .

T7et rn N.Tmpptr Union Second Roman-Yes, sir. These .__.... _,
lions sure do eat up the prophets. _

III OUCH! Success Story MONEY Marble Cross, Too? '

I "Yon began your career as a lawyer I HELPS. She-How dare you say my fatherIs
?" a wretch! .r
"Yes," answered Senator Sorghum. I He-Well, I told him I could 'not
: live without you and he said be
"And you went forward by means
IkI; of your own sagacity?" r would willingly pay the funeral expenses
V !Frankfurter Illustrierte.
"It was partly that way and partly
because I had the discernment to pick
Question All
out some exceedingly smart clients." RightAt
: a college examination a professor -
asked: "Does the question em-
barrass "
Iler 'Father-Well, what's on
mind? your*:' I "Not at all, sir," replied .the stu
I dent. "It Is quite clear It's the
r ; answer -
Young Doctor-Your heart trouble. "Money doesn't bring happiness." "
that bothers
Sklnpants see you are wearing Any violent emotion, exercise, or "Maybe: not. But it will help you DOKS Globe.WRIGLEY9 me. -Toronto
your trousers skins ide Inside. Don't physical exertion Is liable to kill you, greatly In going after It."
you find the ,rawhIde a bit rough? and also I want to ask you for yourdaughter.
Stoneclub-Yes, but It's the best Young '\Webster
:plan, the wife patched the seat witha :
As a teacher I \ heard
yiave many
porcupine pelt. \ POOR TRAINING funny things said by) children, but thisis I
the best: /
A Novel Suggestion "What Is cowhid
I chiefly used for?"
Actress"": I wonder I
what shall do I asked my class 0 e day.
this season to keep myself before the f u- : A boy raised hi hand.

public. "1 know, sir," he said brightly.
Sister Actress Why don't you try "Tell the class," I encouraged him."To .
acting? biy
? keep the co(w: together sir" was
v the reply.
An Indication
,ZS3 -
Insurance Doctor-Any insanity 'In 'Ear i. One
your family? 1 I 1 1
Mother-Remember: son, that two
Cholly"-' Only -aw-the-pater- "Did the dentist drill your) teeth?" heads are always (better than one.
thinks the
know. head of the house ye "Yes; but he can't make them actright" Son-No, they're, not There wouldbe

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::.' Railroads Prepare to r MAY BE A yJ'vr DIPLOMAT LIIFES 4LiTTLE Alfalfa Seeding

Meet New Competition Will I:Exceed 1933

) ;

< JESTS Retired Land in Illinois Is to

Seek Traffic Lost to Buses, on to the Alleghenies. These becamean ( Be Used for Starting

Isolating influence that held the : '
Planes and Autos. 1 I11 New Meadows.By .
pioneers in the eastern half of the
Mississippi valley almost a separate
Washington.-Railroads, out to recapture people from those on the Atlantic sea- W J. C. Hackleman., Crop Extension Specialist -
University of Illinois.
passenger traffic lost to buses board until the railroad builders' faith g4 ; WNU Service. ,

airplanes and private motor cars are removed these mountains, as far as A new all-time record for alfalfa

emphasizing speed beauty and com- the flow of commerce! and communication growing is expected to be set In Illi-
,,' fort in developing radically' different was concerned."In >: "' INITIALS"I nois this year in spite of the fact that

types of train equipment) geared to turn the 1 -
Mississippi river be- the 1933 crop of '337,000 acres was a
U have fallen
f naturally into the
present-day needs. came the frontier. What was the goodof of initials record in itself. At least part of the
way said
Farmer Corn-
Two Western lines have produced
the land west of the Father of 4 .I 1,866,200 acres of Illinois land that
"especially wher I
tell trou-
stream line trains one of which recently my
Waters if that stream remained un- bles." will be retired from commercial grain
attained 104 miles per hour on bridged? production under the various
"What's worrying .you now?" adjust-
a test run. Hundreds of thousands of "Even as late as the early eightiesour "I'm waiting to hear from A. A. A. ment programs will be utilized as an

persons, including the President of people thought thi.t: it was uselessto I went hunting with B. B. shot and ideal place for starting an alfalfa

the United States, displayed "boyishenthusiasm" build railroads through western the doctor told me to 'get 20cc of liniment I meadow while at the same time ob-

in these lightly-built mo- Minnesota and the Dakotas; arguing to cure my wound. My daughter taining some income from the land In

tor-driver trains wherever they have that the region was a desert in 'summer According to reports Washington, married a D. D. and Is learning a I the form of benefit rental payments.

)teen on exhibition. and a wilderness of .snow in win- Mrs. J. Borden Harriman may be the piano piece which she plays f in the Alfalfa may be seeded with or with-

"Other enterprising railroads[ are ter. It took Custer's campaign againstthe next American minister to Ireland. key of g. With a few exclamation out a nurse crop.

trying to entice riders through elec- Indians to persuade the public that She is a prominent Democrat and her points, I could go right on up the al- Use of contracted land for alfalfa

trification, automatic train-control air- the Northern Pacific extension beyondthe home, Uplands, Is the scene of many phabet. and other crops Is explained in a circular -

conditioning, and the use of motor" Mississippi, at St. Paul, could be official dinners. "How Use Contracted Acres,"

coaches and rail-mobiles,'' says a bulletin kept open more than five months a ADOPTEDTom ; which the college has Just issued for
from the National Geographic ,
year. to interested farmers.

society. "This summer American rail- "During the Civil war the South had Europe the chief history of railway Record plantings of alfalfa are only

roads are adding 700 air-cooled pas- much less than a third of the nation's construction has been that of roads one indication of the extent to which

senger and dining cars, doubling the railways. These linked up distant laid down to meet the demands of Illinois farmers are carrying out the

number now in operation communities rather than Industrial traffic already there. In this country college's long-time teaching for the

rJa... "Night Club" Cars. centers. Comparatively few of them 1 tens of thousands of miles of line have growing of more legumes on Illinois

I w' "A New England railroad is build- were strategic, whereas the North had been built through virgin territory, farms. This has been advocated for

Ing 'turtle-back day coaches with rail connections admirably fitted for which it was hoped would grow up to years not only as a means of adjusting -

ovallzed bottoms and all moldings movement of men and munitions. In their facilities." production to. demand but also

' eliminated to cut air resistance. 'Night g of reducing production costs, of con-

club' cars, with hostesses and music serving land resources as a continuing -

a+ made their appearance on Florida Gives Real Facts About Life in Russia I source of wealth and of controlling

trains' last winter, and pullmans com Insects and diseases.As .

I posed entirely of individual bedrooms I most of one. growing season Is

. i are now general use. One Western Writer Paints Ghastly Pictureof tories and power stations, new cities needed to establish a good alfalfa field,

; road is using green window glass In Soviet Republic. and vastly improved armies. '. On I -My ancestors. were all peopleof there Is no better place to start thanon

.. club cars making desert runs, to cut the other hand I saw the hundred and brains. the contracted acres. However,

., ":/ down light glare and give a 'cooling' sixty-four million Soviet human be- Mary-You must have been disinherited I alfalfa) should be seeded only where

.' : effect. Indirect lighting, reclining New York.-Eugene Lyons, American ing In their overcrowded homes and the soil Is known to be sweet enoughto
in' Russia for six
ii : seats In day coaches and radios are correspondent foul barracks, millions of them In produce the 'crop and where soil

< also making their appearance. years, brings back a picture of life In exile other millions trudging sullenlyIn Alcoholic Finance tests Indicate that there Is sufficient
the Soviet that contradictsthe
.; "The history of railroad transportation republic a direction they did not wish to go, "How's the dispensary getting alongin available phosphorus to make produc-
statements of American social I
'. In the United States Is a story all of them holding on desperately to Crimson Gulch? tion of the crop relatively safe. "

I'. of amazing development. At the out- planners who point to Russia as an food cards and passports. Then ,the "All right," answered Cactus Joe. If the alfalfa Is to be seeded with
of successful planning and
break of the Civil war the country had example ghosts of those whose lives had goneto "We've got a pretty good system. a nurse crop, oats probably should be
contented regimentation. In the Cosmopolitan '
{; less than 31,000 miles of line of which fatten the plump statistics crowdedIn
When the boys have spent aU their used since this crop is far less attrac-

. t :;;-:. nly about 2,000 ,were west of the "I have, he says Russia's: new fac- upon my mind and clamored for a money In the 'spence' the boss 'puts tive to chinch bugs than is barley.
>r. Mississippi. It was not until February place in the futile accounting." the money In the bank. The gang \ Barley near a cornfield would be a
't 22, 1SG3, th'at sod was turned for the Executions\ Lyons'says, are not referred from Snake Ridge robs the bank. worse hazard to the corn than would

," first transcontinental, line on the Pacific to as such In Russia. He was Then we Gulchers high-jack the oats. Oats, used as a nurse crop for ..
Finds Africans, .
',. end at Sacramento. Not until once present in the chief prosecutor'soffice money from the Ridgers and business alfalfa should be clipped efore they

December 2 of the same year did work Just Ordinary Folks when there was some discussion starts all over again. head out. If the oats grow too fast,

. .',':'', begin In the Mississippi valley. Washington.-African tribesmen are about three men sentenced to death they probably should be clipped twiceso

"Six years later, after many delays for speculating In bread. Enterp'rile'in' the Gulch that no large amount of material
folks who work
ordinary day
.-:.<.. .. and after 225 miles of overlapping line and enjoy a good joke, according every to "All three .fchave been sentenced to "How's the new dispensary coining: will be left on'the young alfalfa at any
., had been built an agreement was time and thus the stand.
: one endanger
James C. Wilson, former college in- dthe prosecutor started to say along' ;
reached whereby the two companies structor. "death. Then he changed his words, "Pretty well," answered Cactus Joe, Alfalfa may also be seeded alone,

Joined forces, and the gold spike which Wilson, who motorcycled 3,000 miles "I mean, the highest. measure of social! "but we Gulchers are going to see that after a thorough preparation of the

S f' tied together the East and West was across Africa, declared he saw no sav- defense." It prospers still, more. You see, we've seed bed, If weeds have been kept

I l \ driven at Promontory, Utah (west' of ages and few wild animals."It Before returning to America Lyons got_ to meet competition by nearby under controt'for several years on the
Corinne), on Slay 10, 1809. "
is time," he said, "that some crossed Europe from end to end find towns. land. Such seeding will likely requiretwo

"The railroads that Indeed ,constitutethe one told the truth about the Africans. ing at every frontier barriers of bayo- "Have you any Ideas?" or three clippings during the year.

key of unlocked the treasure- They are just like people all over the nets tariffs, censorships and spy. "Yes. My proposition Is to build a The final clipping should be made

house American resources. The world. When you get to know them, systems. second story, hire an orchestra and about the middle of August.No .
of the nation's rise to .
story greatness
put In a dance halL" hay can be taken from alfalfa
like "
just neighbors.
,- and power Is an account of a succes- they are "War, he says, "is again being
Among Wilson's trophies is drum seeded on the contracted acres during
sion of frontiers. a Idealized-the horrors of the last war
; hollowed from a tree trunk, and wool are being carefully concealed. The Wrong LocationA 1934. The hay can, of course, be usedIn

: Push Back Frontiers. blankets woven and embroidered by Psychologically, at least, Europe is man was eagerly fingering the 1935 if the contracted acres have
"At the beginning the frontier dials his he been released.
natives. prepared fct Var. on radio, when suddenly
stopped at the Blue Ridge mountains.The cried of If of alfalfa is
out as a twinge pain struck summer seeding pre-
turnpike and the canal finally "The danger of conflict between
him : ferred, the ground should have been
Rats Can Live on Diet nation and nation Is in the forefrontof
( pierced these heights and let it move Man-Gad I believe I've got scI- plowed and prepared this spring. The
Rats can live for a long time In the picture. Behind that, tingingthe
atica. seed bed should be worked at fre-
good condition on a diet. of nothingbut whole view Is the danger of a war
His Wife-There I don't Intervals thus the killIng
insuring -
you go. quent
He Tried milk iron and copper, scientists between class and class. It cuts
", Cowboy Sorry have found. athwart all boundaries." know why you keep bothering with of several crops of weeds. SeedIng -

to' Lasso Hawk on Rail those foreign stations. You never un-. should be done In late July or

derstand them when you get them. early August so that the crop will be
Dewet Texas.-It will be a long
ready for use as hay In 1935. Any
Four Pulitzer Prize Winners
time before Zelma O'Neill, farmer-cow-
\ Big Idea contracted wheat acreage so handled
boy of this community, again tackles a
1 "What Is your opinion of money?" must be replaced by an equivalent con-
hawk. He is laid up -at his home because -
"It's the big idea of civilization," tracted acreage In 1935.
\ of an encounter he had recently'
I, said Mr. Dustin Stax.
with one of these birds.
"Is it only an Idea?"
While riding through his pasture, Various Breeds of Sheep
I: "Oh no. Some of its most practical
O'Neill saw a hawk on a fence post
forms are its humblest expressions. Differ in as Many WaysA
and decided to the bird. Unwinding
/ For instance, a plugged nickel goes dozen different breeds of sheepare
his reata he threw the loop
right buying things while millionsof
on the New York State
common says
and the hawk
caught of
by one its legs. ,
dollars may be found to exist onlyIn I
College of Agriculture. These breeds
." This was the signal for a desperate "
/ battle in which O'Neill came out very LLe 1 I Imagination. differ In body 'fonn, weight age at
which they mature, of fleeces
much the loser. The hawk flew at him, CHANCE TO WIN
hardiness, and In other ways A breed
fastening one of its long sharp claws
that is best suited to individual 4
into the man's knee and the other into fancy,
to the land and to market demand
the horse's neck. The horse plungedin can
I terror and be easily selected. ,
agony and O'Neill fell off. '
After a suitable breed has been chosen
The horse kicked him
on the other
knee. (V- N. it Is better to use this breed thanto

The_hawk still clung to him, havingin ; change from one to another every
. the meantime loosened the rope year or two. Also important In the

from its leg. The bird clawed great breeding program are simple yet adequate

gashes upon the man's body and this r 6 M f records that aid farmers to cull

I t: pain, together with that caused by the ; their flocks Intelligently and to select

: kick from the horse, made him uncon ;. ,,v>,< hb"'illThTh. replacements of their own breeding
', .I1
scious. When he revived the horse ,_'( '";.';: '. *

; :. and hawk bad disappeared. He man ;t:<: < : ; i Potatoes Under Straw'
;tt.3y aged to drag himself home where his a .
; >
.. ry oa >4- Growing potatoes under straw Is not
' : : wife-put him to bed. I
t Mrs. Brown
.{. Clarence DeBroke hat practiced as much now as it formerly
.;, "? bad dreadful luck at bridge lately. was. By this method of growing the

,' ''' Mrs. Smith (eager-You don't say? straw or some similar material Is scat-

Guillotirier of 300 ,: Dear me I must Invite him out before tered over the ground: usually) directly -

, < Will Retire, Rich It changes. after planting. to the depth of fiveor
1 ::;>,.:... six inches. ,Such a covering pre-
; Marseilles France Anatole
Missed His Pal vents evaporation and keeps the weeds
' : Deibler the
: national executioner
- ;>(:. ;:; : ,
. 'r" The director of a city zoo was on from growing. The practice is more
,:: guillotined his three hundredth
.r at his vacation when he received the following desirable on very light than on very
criminal dawn
recently, a post
robber communication from his assist- heavy soils. On soils which are affected
office Camille Maucher.
Deibler, who is paid 7,500 francs ant: "Everything all right except by drought, straw can be usedto
that the chimpanzee seems to be pining great advantage not only to Increasethe
(about $500) for each guillotining,
he for a ,companion. What shall wo crop but to Improve the soil by In.
J1. said was
preparing to retire '
t. soon with a comfortable fortune. Here are four winners of the annual Pulitzer prizes. 1-Miss Caroline I do until you ,return?" creasing the source of 'humus. The

Meanwhile he said, he was rush. Miller, for the best novel, "Lamb In His Bosom"; 2-Dr. T. Dennett, for best He Got It-Bad potatoes come up through the straw'and.

Ing to completion his invention of American biography, "John Hay" ; 8-Royce Brier of San Francisco Chronicle, of course no cultivation Is need-
a new "fool-proof" guillotine. He for best reporting, the account of the lynching of two kidnapers; 4-E. P. Jake-That dollar you gave me yesterday ed. At harvest time the straw Is

refused to divulge Its specifications. Chase, editor of the News Telegraph of Atlantic, Iowa, for best editorial of I. was counterfeit.) What do you raked off and usually the potatoes
the year. mean by that? have formed on or near the surface of
Jack-Well, didn't you say to me "I the ground.-Indiana Farmer's Guide.THE .
want a dollar and I want it bad?"


FRIDAY, JUNE 8, to-!.
-- Fancy
SOLUTION should provide better pay and and tourists who leave millions of wives search
SUGGESTS iency aviators'
SHOLTZ It pays to be careful; tho more7e suppose
longer terms than in 1J 2.9. dollars with our people each season; their husbands' air pockets.-ladles' I
(Continued from page 5) On this basis, and on this basis, money must be provided for the careful you are, the betterit pays., Home Journal.

cd that any additional funds turned only, am I willing to consider increased care of State convicts in the charge .. -. -.-..
expenditures.I of the Road Department and roads

over shall be to used the schools to accomplish by the State what i I have not patience the with amount any plan of and for bridges the safety must of be the kept children in condition who II I........NNNM... ... .. ..........NNNM.. .. .. ..NNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .......................................-.......................N..............?..................NN... ...
merely to I : = .;.. = ____ .'. ?::
I of
schools !
must be the objectives of'every true money spent for schools. The only attend the 'public many "; : v" '
friend of the schools: purpose that interests me is to give whom are transported to and from : \
1. To restore the pay of teachersto the children longer terms and the ( centrally located school houses in I : :
; a living scale. teachers more pay. And unless this every county in the State. 'II \ II
2. To provide full terms of can be done I am not interested in 1 I It Is not difficult, to find solutionsfor CLEWIS TON 60LF

school. any proposal that will boost school I single problems. Those Interested \
3. To give the pupils the advan- expenditures.With in one thing, and only one thing, .
tage of the very best and broadest the purpose and policy established can by simply ignoring the requirements -

training that can be obtained for the next step is to find a of other functions of govern- \ : couisu \\\

the amount of money available. source cf revenue that will increase ment, suggest a remedy to improveone
the condition, without regard to the .. .;.
Careful study of the operation of available school throughout : I -r I
two billion consequence: elsewhere.
State by *
indicates I Ii
the schools during this year dollars. To me, no item of State govcm- :!:
that all of these objectives can be I stand alone. Each prob- :i: I "t1's.
But proposal: to this end, must ment can -
continuation of any *
reached through a
lem is not distinct and isolated, buta :
be practical and must not unbalance '"
the policy of business-like manage- part of the whole and only through i'l y:
ment, lew; overhead and careful expenditure the financial structure of the ztate. '
proper balance and coordination, can. .I ::
if the State can increasethe The plan to change distribution ::
allotment of school money above the Road Department :nd County the government of the State function :::\\11 I ::

the five billion dollar level. gasoline: funds. as advocated by the efficiently. .:. i ;

terms Present present and indications adequate salaries are that can full be II Florida Education to many.Association is unacceptable school In consideration other problem function I have:;of taken cf the tho into public State account -I i II LOpeii t tothePllhI 1C ] H II \\j\j'I \

about either the allocation -
provided with an increase or Any plan to change seeking a plan which will I stir up no I

two million dollars in the available or the amount of the county bitter sectional or factional. strife I :.:.:. ''I'I XI ..:.
school funds. But any definite determination gasoline fund will meet with stony and which wil not unbalance the financial -I :
at this time'would be opposition: in the Legislature. It will structure of the State. \ A
completion of Bandit harmony and coopera- :
premature, as not promote
These are strict buta '. 'I ::
studies now being made will determine ticn in the State to revive controversial :: 1iI-. I ;
itself which, throughits '.'
plan presents
'' I
more accurately exact amount issue which threw two sessionsof
very :simplicity: recommends itself I \y
and cost
necessary. the Legislation into long ?. i
session conflicts. to thoughtful study. '.:. : ':.
Such an increase in school funds ly extra I t
would probably provide a total from Neither does this plan, as it applies Two 1. Give steps to cnly public are schools necessary the: one- ::!: I I Moderate Green Fees :!: \ \
of to the State 'Road Department,
and District ,
Stale, Ccunty sources
between 13 and 14 million dollars I take into account the necessity of cent a gallon tax on gasoline now :*_: Exceptional FairwaysInteresting :_: {
General Revenue
going to the State
for annual operating expenses. This maintaining and improving a splen-
sum compares with that expendedfor did system of paved highways which fund. Greens jjj
2. Offset this loss to the General I'
has cost the taxpayers over two
the public schools in 1929. But ( ...
Revenue fund with the tax to be I
if teachers' salaries and school terms hundred million dollars. The State ':..' .
are merely restored to the 1929 level, Road Department must have fundsto levied en alcoholic beverages after

that will not be satisfactory. Re- 'preserve an asset which attracts the practically certain ratification of II' ';NN. ;.........N.H.N NNN NNN.. .. ......MN1.. .....N;....N.....N.......:. i e...e.iN. ...........N.........N.....NN1... .. .. ..IN e. ..":'IJ.
duced overhead and increased effic hundreds of thousands of visitors State repeal this November.
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.' SEE SILVER SPRINGS Florida Ocala, I

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Iii Through Electrically-Driven Glas Bottom Boats #

i ii i NATURAL 1O-MILE BeautituliySubAquatic And You Will Find A Good Place


Ii I! 5r Jungle Cruise Landscaped Grounds I I

I I I To Spend the Night at

a Wonders In Speed Boats Spacious Parks



a I The' Dining Service Is First Class i

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I II I s. orgy 0 a I s iver prnigs 1and 1\:>[\

I / SPRINGS has caught the blue of Capri, the gold of the Orient, I
the silver of moonlight and knitted" them together under her crystal: F'I'1 "'':-
waters to enchant us and draw us back.: I I:1
Tears ago Carolyn Green saw the subterranean splendor of Silver Springs
and sat down to pen the above description. Would that she could come back I
now after many thousands of dollars have been Invested and walk among
the grounds and buildings spread in picturesque simplicity about the head I
of the Springs; watch from the new setting 550,000,000 gallons of clear, I
warm water gush from the earth every day and move off toward the sea. .1

I, :'I k ti J:yr % v4) Would that the Great Commoner, William Jennings Bryan to whom
Silver Springs was Florida's "Glory of Glories," could be back and see the I II
i beauty spots over which he lingered on visits In the past. And Rocker W.
iI I Babson, who found the Springs "one of Florida's greatest assets," and L. W.
ii Green of Paris who acclaimed Silver Springs as the most magnificent water
i view he had discovered on three trips around the world. And A. H. McDonald -
editor of Encyclopaedia Americana, too He wrote: I have:
seen the leading wonders of them all, throughout the world;; but Silver
ENTRANCE TO SILVER SPRINGS Springs remains the most enchanting. There is no describing it." Harriet -
Beecher Stowe said: "The transparent depths of the water gave the Impres-
sion that our boat was moving through air. Every pebble and aquatic plant -
I t as we glided over seemed Invested with prismatic brightness. What a sight
I .'_' .;,..- was that! There is nothing else on earth comparable to it."

.. \ .:. So their comment runs, on and on, Into volumes. Billy Sunday, gazing
tnroreh the glass at underwater fields of foliage and fish felt that "God
I ; ,. : .. ,' A, .(-;'... muF' have crumbled his most perfect rainbow and. dropped it in Silver River.

i I SILVER SPRINGS has no replica anywhere .in the world. Looking through'the,
I I Glass Bottom Boats, :you feel that you are intruding. upon Nature's Secrets. All

\ manner of Fish and Aquatic Life is plainly visible in its natural habitat. William : It'-s: DifferentLive
\ Jennings Bryan called Silver Springs i "The Glory of Glories." YOU HAVE NOT .

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