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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JUNE :22.: 10JJ4. -
, j J -:- VOLUME 8, NUMBER :23.': sunSCHIP'l'IOX S2.00 A YEAR

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Sheriff Finds Five Cases DIAMOND BALL NEXT WEEK: All-Stars Lose Game 2.1

f FAKE TICKET USED Of Assorted LiquorsSheriff To Hollywood TeamThe ROBBERS OF LOCAL

The Hollywood Diamond Ball

I TO SECURE AUSTIN team, champions of the first half CONCERNS CAUGHTIN

H. L. Delaney and Deputy of the pennant season of the Miami Clewiston All Stars played

McCall raided the Clewiston Bee Beach Diamond Ball League, will their best game of the season in Hol-

i .' IN LOCAL DRAWING Parlor operated by P. Chagars' Sat- play a return panic in Clewi ton lywood Wednesday night, meeting the HARDEE COUNTY

urday night. Five cases of assorted with the local team next Thursday I champions of the first half of the
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f. machinist liquor bearing government stamps night. Miami Beach Diamond Ball League,
D. A. employed were seized. Chagars posted a cash The Hollywood team plans to and losing by the close score of 2-1. A' series of robberies whieh oc-

I at the Plantation ;Machine shop, bond of $100, which he forfeited bring the Hollywood band and a: The Clewiston players put up a currer in Clewiston within the past

today presented 'the real ticket when he failed to appear in County I motorcade of boosters with them. fast demonstration of real diamondball two months, including the Clewiston

I r first drawn for the Austin. The Judge's court Monday morning. Local fans ,arc requested to turnout and their opponents were also Supply Company, the Atlantic Coast

t t ticket had been thrown away by Last week the sheriff and' his dep- in LARGE numbers to give crack players. The game was LimS, the Gulf Refining Company

i: Henry Dunn, who had received it uty raided a beer truck, found about the Clewiston team, > plenty of sup' scoreless, until the sixth inning, when wholesale office, the office of thQ

(1 in. trade at. the Alston Drug Store. I twelve cases of assorted 'liquors. and port. The game promises to be the Junior Thomas, getting the first United; States Sugar Corporation,

i Constable Ed, Efitler recoveredthe wines. Johnnie Sutterfield, driver of very best ever played on Kiwanis: clean hit of the game, drove one t<> were solved this week as local -employees -

t Austin automobile from Simmons I the truck, was arrested, plead guilty Field l The Clewiston team lost centerfield.The of the various concerns identified -

I, who admitted falsity of his to a charge of possessing intoxicat- :'::-1 in Hollywood this week and expects pitchers were well-matched goods found in the possessionof

5 claim and paid court costs and surrendered big liquor and paid a fine; of $25 and to put up a, hard fight to and pitched a wonderful game. The JL: T. Anglin and Hamp Anglin,

t f the car. It is believed no costs. This liquor was also "govern hold tho heavy end of the score in deciding factor in the game was the who were arrested following the robbery

L ;, further action will be taken against I ment stamped." next Thursdaj's game. (Continued on page 5) : of a garage in Wauchula.The .

r him. two men, 28 and 30 years oC
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f Olden, the winner; docs not own age respectively, formerly lived in

f a ,car. J Ditches in City Being Clewiston. They were arrested upon

r Castles In The Glades } By: f, suspicion and officers of Hardee
Investigation of the claiming of Marjorie WallaceThis : Cleaned by WorkmenA county found in their possession ni-

; the Austin automobile given away by ,' tro-glycerin, dynamitj,. 30 feet of

Alston's Drug store by"". T. "Simmons wile, a dry cell battery, dynamitecaps
crew of approximately thirty laborers -
r with ,a ticket purported to be Kollum is going to two-bit week was the widely-circulated report ; and fuses, two pistols a rifle,
employed py the city, is en-
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the original Series D-No. 0070 is pinch bars and tools identified with
me to death. The good-byes come that Frank Keith, inspector on. tering the, fourth week of an intensive -
: underway this morning by Ed Butler, pouring in-slang, Hebraic, Russian, the Congaree, had been killed'inan campaign to increase drainageand safe cracking

local constable. German, Arabic and what have you. automobile accident. Well, as far as to wage' war on mosquitoes in On Tuesday Ed Butler, who has
" Suspicion was aroused by examin- been working on the case and who
f Many thanks. I'll use them all sooner I could ascertain without ,going over the city limits of Clewiston.The .
ation of the ticket turned in by thV or later, and when yours appears to Fort Pierce to run the, rumor to work, which is being done un- has been'trailing these two men fora
_claimant of the automobile, which month, summoned to Wauchula fo
you will get the two bits. earth, Frank hadn't even had a.. der the supervision of W. C. Owen,
revealed difference in type and You when blow-out- assist i in identifying the goods, Mfss
know, people get a bl w-out-I mean, 'a tire I has already shown splendid results
other slight variations from tickets "certain age" they have what seems all week, and Ole report, like that of I in the rapidity with which the rain- Uila Jacobten and Dennis Bledsoe

I numbered serially just precedlng--nd to be an inevitable tendency to tell MarkTwafn's A death, seems to be' fall is removed from the surface of of the Clewiston Supply Company, C.
: just following the lucky number. The H. Berner of the Gulf
the same stories over and over? I greatly exaggerated. Which was the land, and the decreasing numberof Refining company -
i ., printer' who printed all the tickets saw the other day the pat epithetfor great relief. to everybody, especially a.. mosquitoes.:: and Mrs. G. H." Small of the office -
used in the campaign is reported to that of the United ,States Sugar Cor
"anecdotage. probably Frank.
age; Local conditions conducive to the
have stated that he Is positive the This was the wek for Tish and me ,First Mate Sallas of the Welatkaiis "breeding of mosquitoes: can and will poration.The .

ticket turned in 'was not printed in to make the long trek to the far leaving about the first of the month be controlled, in the opinion of Mr. recovered goods included a

his shop because she has no type I end of the job. And it was sure .hot. I to 'go to Key West for an operationon Owen, by:' the work now well underway clock, scissors: and fountain pens
which is exact with one line printedon from the offices of the United States
but went Called first his and after that
: we anyhow. .as'usual eyes, is over:! A prolonged 'wind from the
the ticket. at the Welatka, which is almost he and his family are going north South will probably result in a tem I Sugar Corporation, oil and U. S. inspection -

The drawing took place Saturday at Moore Haven, having ad- I for: their vacation, The, Kollum wishes porary invasion of mosquitoes, but II stamps perforated with"aRC"
night before a large crowd of interested from the Gulf Refining Company
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vanced 1400 feet in the three weeks I him every success and'a happysummer with the local breeding conditions '
onlookers. Five numbers were since our last visit. She is for he has been nice I office, rods and reels, a 22
strikingless I mighty under control, it is not expected that I
drawn for the Austin the first I rifle, :31 cartons of
number cigarettes2steamer
rock and Is good '
making time. to us on our visits to' the Welatka. residents will suffer from the pests '
to hold good for one week with oui. I I trunks, ladies' underwearand .
There remains only a twoandahalfmile I and worst euemfy can't accuse us to any extent this summer.
the ,understanding that if the is hose from the Clewiston
car
stretch between her po- rightfully of, a lack 'of appreciation. I The work of cleaning and deepening 'I .: Supply.
not claimed at the end of the Company.
week, sition and the Kennedy's levee. The I. I'm not getting a cent for this tit ditches along the streets and ,
the second number drawn will be Kennedy has arrived at the end-of I I of gratis advertising, but Ifyou want highways in the_:residential and busy r! In addition to the Clewiston robberies '

declared the lucky: winner of the her stint.and. )las_ turned around to [the most refreshing hot weather bath,: I iness sections is now about:,three-' i:' ,the men are being held in con- ..
car, and so on each week until the fill in low'p ces 1in'e fever had ,' nectiofi with robberies of the A.C.L.
some along the you put a half-cupful of fourths complete. Miles and miles of
car is claimed. No one responded to So it won't be long now. I( Clorox in a tubful of cool water. You ditches have been cleaned of weeds ;: depots at Pahokec, Zolfo Springs,
the number Saturday night and the I ,.Moore Haven, Avon Park and Hi-
Mrs. and her will smell like fora
King have
daughter an operating room and grass::: and with the main feeder
car. went unclaimed until early returned I to Moore Haven after a I' few minutes, but your skin will ditches deepened and the coria. In several of these instances
pumps
i r' Thursday morning when,Dave Alston, safes were destroyed by nitroglycerin -
h visit home. What a contrast there feel as refreshed and soft for hoursas working surface water is disposed: of
\ "ft" j proprietor and manager of the store must be between Mayport and the I if you had just come out of the very quickly after rains. Many of in the burglary.The .

was awakened by W. T. Simmons, Everglades ,at this time of year! ocean. Laddie said, when I spoke of the streets have been regraded anda I two robbers are brothers; the
formerly, of Clewiston, now of Belle I wife of the elder brother was released -
We went on to the Spadaro dredge, this discovery, that Clorox was a reducing crown thrown up through the center
Glade, who presented the ticket and the Niagara, after our visit on the, agent, and I got all pepped up to facilitate'the entrance of water after questioning. The group is
asked if he could have the car delivered said to have been living In Wauchulafor
Welatka, and Mr. Reed took us until he told me that this was so into the ditches alongside. The "

immediately as he was in a aboard to look her over. Red, Hansen chemically, not esthetically. One streets, though a few of them are six weeks.
rush to get back to his home, pre- and I A.C.L. policemen from the Tampa
Morrison are inspectors now more hope vanished. not EO comfortable to travel on for
to to work at certain office cooperated with local officerson
sumably go a
on the Niagara, as she went NRA Once in a while echoes of our unpretentious -
time. Mr. Alston checked the numberof Kollum (Continued on Page 5)) the case.
yesterday. The Niagara is a small come back to me
the ticket and allowed Mr. Sim- dredge, but she is all business; 110 from distant parts. A former

mons to take the car, but withheld feet long, 28 feet wide, with a steam burgh friend whom I have not PJttE-1

delivery of the title certificate. plant developing about 375 horse- for years and hear from on rare 'occasions LEVEE WORKREACHING--ADV ANCED STAGE'i.i

A complete investigation of the power and a 75 h. p.. cutter engine; only, recently sent me a let-

case is underway, and Mr. Alston has she is chock-full of machinery. They: ter from California. This is the quo-

stated that he will continue his efforts have an excellent machine shop as tation from her letter which made
the rock
moved here, pouring on
until he is assured that the automobile well as the regular dredge machine the day bright for me. "We have been Work en the concrete structures of I foundations will be begun.

is properly awarded to he equipment. The chief engineer is seeing your column in the EvergladesNews. the Lake Okcechobee federal navigation The second drainage culvert to be

holder of the genuine ,ticket. Two P. B. Anderson, who used to be on My mother showed me the pa- and flood control project is completed is number 1, located near a<

other prizes were awarded on the :' the Congaree. And I'm sorry that I per saying that she wanted me to rapidly approaching an advanced Diston Island pumping station no. 1.

first drawing Saturday. A. A. Mun- failed, to get the name of the man read a column which she thoughtwas stage, with two of the drainage culverts Gates were hung in this two barrel

roe, manager of the local office of firing, because3 he was an artist at excellent. To my amazement it completed, and one hurricane culvert this week and haave been,

the Western Union Telegraph com- his job-there was the faintest flicker was: written by you!" gate receiving the first of the steel I tested and found to work perfectly

pany, won the Philco radio. Mr. Mun- of smoke"coming out of the stack, I 'suppose that was somewhat of a work this week. with a head of only one-tenth foot of
roe was present and claimed the radio excellent shock. If you see this one too Anna
and that means manage- The hurricane gate number 5, located water. Culverts 5 and 5A located near
within a. short time. W. A. Davisof I Belle thanks for
ment in the boiler-room. The Niagara the appreciation for the
at Canal Point, is in the most Lakeport are ready hanging
the Sugar Mill Barracks, won the is a fifteen inch dredge, with it makes life worth while and work
of the gates.
advanced stage of the four now un-,
automobile radio, and presented his she isn't merely fun to be
ladder so widely and
a forty-foot, stocky ; so
there began with is practically
Steel work Kennedy,
derway. The dredge,
ticket and received the prize the next I but she does look efficient. pleasantly read.
pretty: the erection of steel for the gates through building the dyke into Moore
morning. the back to Moore Haven Bennie suggested this week's :
Oil way fare'I'I proper this week. There has been Haven and will move back In a few
what Jim Mc- well-the Hebraic "MIzpah".
we stopped to see some delay.in the past, but_shipments days to backfill around drainage culvert -
TWO RECEIVE. AREDISCHARGED I Lure was up to at number 5 culvert, know it, but do you know when and with no
of steel are expected now no. 1.
BY COURT the back- why it was first used
and found him directing as a parting :
further delay to retard the actual which moved
The dredge Mayacca
filling, with piles of rock ready for salutation? Read the 31st chapter of
riprap. Rock is also being barged in Genesis and find out. construction. last week from near Liberty Pointto
Judge George W. Whitehurst
on Clewiston number 1, Point building a
So The gate at near Bacom is
hands -Mizpah.
Monday issued a final and formal to 5A so Jim will be having his
steel which will be the leveefill
is awating the lakeside dyke preceding
discharge to J. J. Harrington and full for a couple of weeks laying cob-
completion of the is throwing
placed following which the Gulfport
t Cyril Baldwin, receivers for the blestones. Of course the chief topicof Negro Woman Cuts
steel work on number 5. up by a few thousand feet. This
Southern Sugar Company. The conversation with Jim was fish- -
or-
I r der was filed in LaBelle, county seat he was proud of the fact that Daughter Another SeriouslyLouise At Belle Glade, hurricane gate lakeside retaining levee is muck

1. E<.... of Hendry county. had won the dollar prize given number 4 has about 45 percent of faced: with marl.

The final report of the receiverswas each week by Parkinson's store for its concrete complete. On this location Our chief Interest on the actual

I. received and approved by' the the largest fish caught. 'The fish was Childs, colored, had an altercation the amount of concrete requiredfor levee construction is the fact that

.. court and the order relieves themof landed during a session on Sunday, with Argie Williams, an- the gate was increased from the the Canal Construction company,
all rcsponsibi1ity.The when the Wardwells went over to other colored woman in the Harlem amount originally specified because which had the contract for levee

reorganization plans of the week end with the McLures, and quarters Monday night, and used a excavations for the foundation re- from Bacom" Point and a point approximately -

company became effective the fall of Ralph and Tish brought the four- knife to good advantage on Argle's vealed that the rock foundation ex- 2 miles east of Miami

1931 and the receivership has been .and-a-half pound critter home and face and body before a crowd gathered pected was not sufficient to meet tho Locks covering approximately 12.3

practically a legal formality since I ate him, so that was quite a rewarding and the fight ended. In the demands of the engineers for the miles, has definitely ceased opera-
excitement tions and the contract cancelled by
that time. fish. following and before hurricane gate. An increased footingof

Culvert number 1 is finished, and ficers' reached the scene, Louise dis- concrete was added to strengthenthe mutual agreement between the government -
Attending the diamond ball foundation. Two concrete mixers and the contractor. The
gamein Fred Flanders and Mrs. Flanders appeared and officers have been unable -
Hollywood Wednesday were placed this job by E. H. district engineer, Major B. C. Dunn,
? night were: are starting Friday morning for a to locate her as yet. The other on
E. E. Kelley, Robert Latham which is constructing of Jacksonville, is making a study as
Kelley, Mr. and trip to the Fair and here and there woman was seriously, if not critic- company,
Mrs Gratton George, Miss Roberta and yonder; a regular ,second honey- ally injured, all four of the gates, and the to the mode of completion of this

I George, Beder Nail, Mr. and Mrs. moon trip, for they are leaving the work of pouring the concrete has section of levee by the government.The .

Campbell Nail, Ed Clark, Dave Al- children here, and expect to travelat Mr. an d*Mrs. George Royal and gone forward rapidly.At engineers have completed a
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ston. H. R. Hall, A. A. Munroe, Mr. their leisure and caprice. son Larry, are moving this week to Miami Locks hurricane gate telephone line from' Stuart to Lockno.

i j'tlf1', and Mrs. C. Freedland, Junior Thomas Paul Blair, Inspector on the drag- their new home at Lake Harbor. Mr. number 3 is in the early stages. The 2. This is a temporary line and

; Halson Avant, Richard Bestor, line section, is back after a sessionin I and Mrs, Hansel McDuffiq will occupy excavation for the foundation is com- will be supplied with telephone service

Howard Campbell, Joe Cato, Dick camp at Fort liennlns, Ga, the, 'home vacated by th? Royals plete, and as soon equipment canO by the Southern Bell Telephone-

... Hooks and Harvey GuthrIe The most exciting "news" of the here ? ick-aseil from oilier loCatiom'iind:\ and Telegraph company

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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1934 : .'


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interesting Information was I CHARLES F. TANK COTTON TEXTILE -

News Review of Current 1V1 given the special house committee -

that Is' investigating "un-American" STRIKE AVERTED

activities in the United States, these

Events the World Over being activities especially of the Nazis.the I

and Union Reach
Facts and figures Employers

were presented showIng i; :: !z s a Compromise.
,
rt
officials of the iv I

President Tells Congress His Further Plans for National German governmenthad Washington.-Gen. Hugh S. John;

spent' money for sop, NRA administrator forestalled a

gelleratioll-Organized Business Enters a Protest- the dissemination of a I strike: of 400,000 cotton textile work
.information -
Fletcher Made G. 0. P. Chairman pro-German in this country, ers by working outv.a compromise be-
tween employers and union representatives -
the German ambassador -' : Dissolution of the textile

EDWARD W. PICKARD Dr. Hans Luther, strike threat removed one of the.
By and the German con-
Dr. Hans gravest crises facing the NRA: and
by Western Newspaper Union. sul general In New
Luther the recovery program.
York, Dr. Otto Kiep, .
IMMEDIATE relief from distress and These provisions permit the President both figuring in the testimony. The settlement of the textile trou-
.
of business prosperity fall to transfer Reconstruction Finance bles was agreed to by Thomas F. McMahon -
I recovery Doctor Kiep was said to have paid
far short of President Roosevelt's corporation funds to relief and public $4,000 to a New York city publicity] president of the United Textile -
nation. works The expenditureswould Workers of America, and George
plans for regeneration of the. purposes. ; I and business promotion firm to "obtain :
This was revealed In thus be made outright insteadof publicity in this country" of anti Sloan, head of the Cotton Textile in-
. : his special message to In reimbursable loans. Henry I. stitute. The settlement was the out-
Semitic statements. He was said, also,
.. congress which told Harriman president of the Chamberof to have contributed, unofficially and in come of two days of sweltering negotiations -
Commerce of the United States, Johnson the textile mills
of the plans and recommendations by ,
behalf of a third. person, $300 in $v0 '
wrote a letter to Senator Glass, chairman union leaders.
i he owners, and the
bills for the publication of a proGerman -
of the senate appropriations com- I Cadet Charles F. Tank of Syracuse,
a' t would submit to the pamphlet. Doctor Luther was described As soon as the final agreement had
i next 'Con ress. He mittee, urging that the senate limit the as the financial backer and N. Y., was named the honor man of been reached union leaders here telegraphed -
President's authority to shift loans. the graduating class of 1934 at the
asked for no present sponsor of the pamphlet. their local leaders In the field

legislation, but gave Mr. Harriman said in part : United States Military academy at that the strike: was off. They reserved

notice of the social : "Up to the present much of the-RFC ROUTH-STRICKEN regions of the West Point.YOUTH. their right to strike: however, sayingIn .

experiments he proposes funds have been used for the purposeof ., Middle West were blessed with 'a formal statement merely that

---.. to .begin next making reimbursable loans. The soaking: rains, and hope was held out "the strike will not take: effect Monday -
winter. government has consequently been ac- KILLS MOTHER "
morning.
.
President for forage crops and corn. The earlier
Roosevelt The message dSs cumulating-assets' which sooner or later '--crops, however, are ruined over most AND BROTHER WITH AX As a result of the agreement the
cussed the three factors cau be liquidated and the money re- :
of the area. Secretary Wallace, aftera i employers are allowed to go through
of housing, land and resource ceived turned into the treasury."It .
trip through the "dry" states, de- with their program of curtailing production -
planning and old age and unemployment has been estimated that after scribed the drouth as a "tragedy" for Surrenders to Police; Cannot 25 per cent despite labor's 1 s

insurance. the debt increase $9,300.000,000 In the farmers who are suffering from its Explain Crime. protests, and the laborers receive the

Expressing satisfaction over prog- 1934 and 1933, as contemplated in the ravages, but a possible future "bless- promise of an NRA Investigation into

ress in relieving Industry, agriculture, budget message, the government would ing for the country as a whole." the question of higher wages and oth-
and unemployment, the President, as- have about $0,000,000,000 of assets Los Aneles.-A youth of twent; er points of difference.

serting his right to chart social reforms which could be realized upon to discharge A LL this year Maryland is celebrating. one, haggard, disheveled and sick: with Within 14 days the NRA research

declared, "It is childish to debt. the- three hundredth anniver- hunger, hold the police he killed: his
division to what
is report on wage
speak of recovery first and reconstruction "But under the bill the purpose for sary of founding in. 1C34 ; but the mother and his brother-Mrs. CarrieL. increases the cotton textile industrycan

afterward." which RFC funds may be used is big event took place at St. Marys:\ Payne, forty-five, and her fifteen-
stand. Within 10 days It is to report -
Taking up the housing problem, he greatly extended. :These contemplate City, where: Leonard Calvert first gov- year-old son Robert-with an ax.
the of curtailing:
on question :
said millions of dollars had already nonreimbursable expenditures with no ernor of the province, and his col- Only a few hours after the mutilated -
hours that production will
working so
been provided to improve Jiving condi- possible recompense to the treasury. onizers landed. Replicas of the Ark bodies were discovered in the
not exceed consumption. Within! 30
tions_ and voiced the hope that with It must also be recalled that, In addi- and the Dove, Calvert's vessels, builtto Paynes' Westwood mansion: here, Louis
days the NRA will on the -
passage of his housing program private tion to the large increase in the pub- scale, sailed up the St. Marys river Rude Payne, a student, walked Into report question
of the viola-
Industry's alleged
capital would be stimulated to lic debt, the government has acquired leading a gay water parade and an- the police station at Huntington Bead,
tion of the code differentials.
widen the scope of home building. contingent liabilities to about $0,000- chored off the first :Maryland\ capital, 30 miles south of here, and told. the on wage

Discussing planned control of the 000,000." which has almost disappeared in the desk sergeant : Beside obtaining these promises, the

land, he declared that hundreds of intervening years \ "I'm wanted for the murder of my union was- assured of increased repre-

thousands of families now live "where P. FLETCHER of Pennsyl- mother< and brother in Los Angeles." sentation on the industrial relations

there Is no reasonable prospect of a HENRY\ has been handed the rather T>.ANDOLPH CHURCHILL, son of The police found in young Pa 'ne's board of the cotton textile code au-

living in the years to come." difficult; job of managing the Republican Winston Churchill, former British pockets an ,unsent telegram and a letter thority and on theiHA's: labor ad-

Sounding the failure of the government 'party. The national I committee chancellor of the exchequer obtained both addressed to his father, Lu- visory board.

thus far to create a "national __...._ at Its session in Chicago a most interesting interview' from for- cius F.. Payne; wealthy executive of II Toledo, Ohio.-Officials of the Elec-

policy" for the development of land #.... <:""."':....,'fi.. '''';1-1 elected I him mer Kaiser Wilhelm. The seventyfive I St. Louis utilities company, and both tric Auto-Lite company ratified an

and water resources, Mr. Roosevelt in- [:".'5".. :"i"" '":.'...*k..Z.:.. chairman to succeed year-old ex-emperor gave his approval confession the double slaying. agreement ending the long and bitter
'
dicated his Intention of providing sucha : ; I Everett Sanders. This to the Nazi regime and hinted I The youth was returned Immediately strike that was, climaxed by savage

policy, and for the transferring to trG. .;Irv. would seem to be a that Hitler's work may be "crowned"by to Los Angeles, where officers began rioting..The agreement, which providesfor
who : the restoration of the IIohenzollern'onarchr. Intensive a 5 per cent wage increase and
new lands of "those people cannot wise choice, for Mr. questioning.The .
: ; He did not say whether he ," recognition of 'a union: committee in
make, living in their present po etcher is an 'able repeated questions of "'lhy,
j :. &4 himself sought reinstatement dec&r-
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sitions." and energetic man I how and when" he committed the ba'gainingva's approved by the
lag: "The German people have turned
Outlining his views on providing se- notable for his diplo- j crime he invariably answered: United Automotive Workers' union
l1I me out. If they want me back they
curity against unemployment and old macy ,and tact and also fetch I "I don't remember" or "I can't seem and by the Auto-Lite council In be-
will and
have
to come me.
age. Mr. Roosevelt said. he was seeking :- i i' ;; for ready wit. In I to figure it out." half of f)00 workers who did not join
"Hitler has done marvelous work in -
>< the stri1e."Roosevelt'Rids". ,
"sound means" which he could 189S he abandoned I :
a
--- ..- ...- putting new life and soul Into the is
recommend to provide an immediate law Practice to become -, "
H. P. Fletcher German nation, the former Kaiser House Passes Commodity
safeguard against these "hazards and one of Theodore was quoted as declaring. "If ever ;: Are

vicissitudes of life." Roosevelt's Rough Riders, and after they felt it right that his endeavors I Exchange Control Bill Not Taken by LIoydsLondon.Large'

the campaign in Cuba he transferredto should be crowned by a return to a Washington.' -The Jones commodIty;

WHEN President Roosevelt signed the Infantry and served through the constitutional monarchy, I am sure I exchange control bill providing federal scale Insurance

tariff bargaining bill he acquired Philippine insurrection. lIe enteredthe that: my family would not, fail in their regulation of the nation's grain and speculation on President Roosevelt's

authority to negotiate reciprocal diplomatic service in 1902 and after 3uty." cotton markets, was passed by tin future has been, stopped in London at

trade treaties without senate approval valuable service in Cuba, China, Wilhelm, his Interviewer said, expressed house and sent to the senate. There the request of the British foreign of- -

and to increase or decrease Portugal and again in China, he was contempt for "the talking was no record vote. ficp. For the past few days accord-

tariff rates by as much as 50 per cent successively ambassador to Chile, circus at Geneva" and said the Leagueof The bill, designed" to extend the ing to the Daily Mail, there have been

in order to stimulate foreign'com- Mexico, Belgium and Italy. For a Nations "does nothing but bring International same governmental control over commodity considerable demands at Lloyds for

merce. This policy of swapping reduc- time during the Harding administration ; co-operation into ridicule." markets as was enacted for insurance policies on the actuarial possibilities -

tions, the government believes, will he was undersecretary of state, stock exchanges' by the FletcherRayburn of the. death or assassinationof
result in benefit to and after his retirement met tragic death President Roosevelt.
great our foreign from the embassy SEVEN persons a bill, provides for the restriction
trade, and at the same time will]] give in Rome he was chairman of an American Air Lines plane, Washington was gravely concernedby
of futures trading and the licensing of;
adequate protection to Industry. Al- the federal tariff commission. lying from Newark to Buffalo, crashedIn commission merchants the news and Instructed Ambas-

ready nearly thirty foreign nations The-national committee adopted a the Catskllls, 12 miles north of Livingston Representative: Marvin: Jones, Dem- sador Robert Worth Bingham to make

-4 are lined up, awaiting an opportunity statement of principles for the partyin :Manor\ and 'was burned. The ocrat, Texas, chairman of the house immediate representations to the Brit-

'; to negotiate reciprocal treaties. the fall campaign which in temperate victims were H. II. Pinsley of New ish government. -
agriculture: committee and sponsor of
but firm language condemned the York, W. B. Eader, W. A., Cass and I As a result, members of Lloyds received
the proposal, said that of the
: EVEN the Democrats in congress doings of the Democratic administration II. C. Coppins, all of Buffalo, passengers I passage a letter from Foreign SecretarySir -
stock exchange bill: "makes it all the
; not boasting openly of their without any personalities, and ; Clyde Holbrook and John Baron I John Simon In which he "requested" -
more desirable for this kind of legislation -
': success in passing the bill for a 'census more specifically set forth what the Jr., pilots, and :Miss Margaret ." them as a matter of diplomatic

;:, of the unemployed, and many of Republican party thinks should be luckeby, stewardess, all of Chicago. courtesy to refuse Insurance risks on

: them voted against it or were absent done to restore the nation to prosper- President Roosevelt's future.At .

when: it came up for final passage. ity. Opening with the statement that LARGELY through the efforts of Writer of Thrillers a special meeting of Lloyds com-

That It. was designed mainly to give "American institutions and Americancivilization Davis, American ambassador -- Frightened to Death mittee it _was decided to put members

jobs for the faithful at the expenseof are in greater danger to- at large, the European statesmen i on their honor not to teal in "Roose-

the.national treasury was clear, for day than at any time since the foun- at Geneva were persuaded to Paris.-Thousands of persons have relt risks," and immediate steps were

the census takers are not to get their dation of the Republic," the statement drop their quarrelingand been thrilled and terrified by the mystery taken to terminate such speculation.

jots until after the November con- plunged immediately into discussion of adopt a mild books and plays of Gabriel Ber-

gressional elections. Then they will the need for social legislation. compromise resolutionthat nard. Nudist His Appeal Denied "

receive $2 a day for a long period, obtaining There was,assurance of liberal treatment prolonged the At the Grand Guignol theater- ,

answers to an elaborate ques- of these problems in this para- life of the disarmament which specializes In dramas of terror Arrested to Serve Term

tionnaire. No one knows of what use conference.Great -Bernard has been acclaimed as an '
graph : Kalamazoo, Mich.-Fred Ring, Kalimazoo -
this will]] be except to the Democratic Britain I I and expert in the art of imparting vicarious '
dancing master, whose conviction -
"Our nation is beset with problems i
congressmen who are seeking: reelection France agreed upon horrors to audiences. Not only in
of infinite of on indecent exposure charges
complexitthe
and to their problems I I Paris has his chilled
henchmen. a plan, based on the imagination
result of raid
recovery ; of unemployment, with Its 'Y lr'y as a on his nudist campon
return of Germany to theatergoers-Buenos Aires and other
unending tale of human suffering ; of Labor day, 1933, was upheld by
CONGRESS completed'action on the the conference, and Latin American capitals as well have
agriculture, with its lost markets and the Michigan Supreme court, was ordered -
communications bill and it was the aid of Italy was been thrilled by his works.
arrested and jailed. lIe faced
relatively low prices of forever checkIn >> '
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handed to the President for his ; : enlisted. It A shoved
r signa- was arPremier I I boy on the street suddenly
;; abuses and excesses that have become a i $300 fine and CO day: term. At the-
'\; ture. This new law puts an end to the ranged that Chancel- .. a L paint brush soaked In iodine under
all too apparent, and thereafterthe Mussolini same time Mrs. Ring, whose case was
federal radio commission and createsa for Hitler should go his nose. Bernard apparently mistook
problems of delayed pending the outcome of the
a wider of
new board of seven members knownas spread to Venice and that Premier Mussolini It for a revolver. He fainted, collapsing -
prosperity; of relieving the hardshipsof appeal, was ordered to trial at the-
the federal communications com- should fly to that city to confer on the sidewalk. In the evening,
unemployment June term of. court.
and
old
mission that not age and of with his fellow dictator whom he had
only takes over the at a hospital? he died.
duties of the radio board but also all avoiding these tragic depressions. never met. Later Louis Barthou, .

control that has been exercised by the These problems must approached in French foreign minister, is expectedto W.( C. Procter Estate _
a broad, liberal and Blast Kills Seven Oil
'. Interstate commerce commission over progressive spirit, go to Rome for a talk with Mussolini Put
unhampered by dead I at $4,217,484
telegraphic and telephonic communi- formulas or too. in which the misunderstandings Hunters in OklahomaNorman
cations. obstinately clinging to the past." between their countries may be ironed I Cincinnati, Ohio.-An estate of $4-

A significant new provision which the Solution of the problems, however, out. Okla.-Seven members of a 17,484 was left by Col. William Cooper -

bill carries Into law Is the said the statement should be "withinthe Mussolini and Hitler were to discuss seismograph oil exploration party were Procter, chairman of the board of
assertionof
framework of American killed in an accidental explosion of a the Procter & Gamble It
full control over all wire and radio Institutions European policies generally, and, spe- company,
communications by the : in accordance with the spirit and cifically, the German claims to -full. roadside: dynamite magazine eight was revealed with the filing of an inventory -
government In
case of war or "public peril." Under principles" of the founders of the tt x. armament and the Austrian question I miles southeast of here. with the Probate court. Proctor -

this section the President has authority r public. Involving Nazi propaganda in the latter I Subsurface geophysical exploration: died May 2. He bequeathed all but
'
to take over all wire and radio- Further on the platform said: "We country. of oil territory by the seismograph and a small portion of the estate to his;:

offices and stations with Just are opposed to revolutionary change This Anglo-French compromise wasa man-made miniature earthquakes Is a idow. ,
compensation
to persons entitled thereto. .without popular mandate-and all diplomatic setback for Russia, but relatively recent development In petroleum -

'change by usurpation; the customary the Soviet republic countered with the prospecting. Heavy blasts of Cataract Removed ,.

business weapon by which free governments are announcement that It had been recog- plosives are detonated over the area

ORGANIZED that the of the United destro 'ed. nized by,Czechoslovakia and Rumania. to be surveyed and delicate Instruments From King of SLam
balancingof "We believe that the .
the budget is an "Imperative necessity laws dictatorial present .emergency Recognition by Jugoslavia was expected record the sound wave echo vibrations London, England.-The Sketch says

," and fears that this may be upset the President vesting must never be powersIn to follow.shortly. Maxim LItvlnov'a from formations far underground King Prajadhipok of Siam was sue"ssfnlly '
permitted taken to that
announcement was mean
giving accurate knowledge of
by provisions In the deficiency appropriation to become operated upon to remove a.
a permanent
of
part our the Russians Intend to go ahead with structures at
bill carrying $1,172,000,000. governmental system." great depths. cataract from one of his eyes.THE .
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XIContinued27 enough to see that It was will have to be here four years," Sun, Wind and Dust

fine. The, house which he and Anne said Neal, aghast. By H. H. Kauftman. Poultry Extension At All Drug StoresWriteMurineCo..Dpt.W.

had built In Hinsboro was a comfort. "Of course. But as far as that goes, Specialist Pennsylvania State ..
"Because when the time came that ,Chicagofor Free Book
able, nondescript, middle-class home ; we do not know that the legislation College-WNU Service.

we really needed to spend I wanted to this, properly repaired and furnished Harriet 'Is interested In will be dis- Egg eating by hens Is a double-bar
be able to do It And I think the time
reed proposition which Involves both
would become a residence of individual posed of this session.
"
has come charm and distinction-a suitable set "That's true too-well, we will Just cause and effect.
"I see," said Neal] a little Ironically.
ting for a rising statesman, the dignified have to live in hopes. It's too bad, When the hens are not getting
"Am I permitted to ask just how these
since background for his wife. honey, just when you thought you had enough grit or vitamin D they lay
vast sums are to be squandered,
"Suppose we drive back and get the everything so nicely organized, but I weak-shelled]) eggs These are easily
: I am to earn them?
It kids and Dora and Horace?" he sug- guess It can't be helped." broken and the hens, which crave the ,
i "Neal darling, don't talk about iiiN
, In that tone! You know how hard It gested. "If they all like it as muchas Anne wrote to her mother saying materials lacking In the diet, start eat .Aft. _. '

was to find even this crowded little we do, I guess we may Just as well she would have a room ready fpr Sol ing the eggs. End freckles, ", >

and consider the question settled." and Sam by the first of January ; and To prevent the occurrence of this j <
house that we could rent, you blackheads, f }
know how' uncomfortable we've beenIn The day after the adjournment of she wrote to Harriet to come at once, habit in the poultry flock, oyster shells r : "/, )} .,';'f, :)' : ",

let congress Neal left alone for Hinsboro, hoping that this aggressive lady would, or limestone grit should be kept before blemishesSay {. ; .(', ",_
It all winter! I want you to me j" ,
fact that Anne had the birds all the time. Since they < "
begin hunting now for a house that we facing the as once by some miracle, prove sufficiently
;. 'can' live In suitably-next winterandbuy stayed there without him, saving adaptable to her surroundings to be at eat o-T the coarse particles and leave f.J: ; li

It." money that he might spend It, so he least partially assimilated by them. the dust, the grit of oyster shells good-by to dark, muddy skin-

there without her should be stirred occasionally don't endure skin blemishes a minute
"I must now stay saving Her hopes were groundless. Harriet
"In said
other words, he dryly,
Vitamin D Is In cod liver longer! At 'bedtime tonight cream your
that she might spend It. supplied
money arrived In the middle] of Anne's first
suppose you have got your eye on one face and neck with Nadinola Bleaching
--. already !" And as Anne colored and He accomplished what he set out to "At Home. The day was stormy, and oil. If the flock Is not receiving Cream-no massaging, no rubbing.

iF.,,' gave a little laugh he laughed too and do, and more, In fact, his reputation asa she wore' a "serviceable] hat," large enough of this substance an additional While you,sleep it works wonders and
of national and Internationalnote supply should be allowed and where ,then, day-by-day you see your skin
: lawyer black rubbers and dingy brown mack
sat down ,beside her. "All right Tell a
I lovelier-until ia
complexion
has been fed the omission shouldbe grow your
dated from that True none
me about it." summer. intosh. Relieved of these, and of her all you long for-creamy-white satin-

"It Is In Georgetown," Anne breathed he already had wide experience and a dripping umbrella, she was disclosed corrected. An eighth of a pint a smooth, flawless-free from freckles]

which to build day for 100 birds Is recommended.This blackheads, pimples and blotches.No .
large practice upon ;
excitedly, "an old house, rather badly clad In a high-necked, white cotton
the foundations for his fame were can be fed on the grain or In the disappointments, no long waiting;
; "shirtwaist and a whipcord
out of repair"Georgetown- gray tested and trusted for over a'genera-
!I" Interrupted Neal con- laid ; but It was only now that he be- skirt, which was cut li\ multitudinous] mash. tion. Try at our risk-your money backif

temptuously. "Why that's full ol gan the brilliant super-structure which "gores" and finished around the bottom Occasionally, even after the deficiencies not delighted. Get a large box of

was to bring him fame and fortune In the ration have been corrected, Nadinola Bleaching Cream at toilet
earth with braid.
shacks and riffraff! What on
offending hens will continue to eat counters or by mail.postpaid, only 50c.
do you want to go there for?" In June .he permitted himself the Anne had left her guests for a mo- NADINOLA, Paris, Tenn.RHEU1liTIC..

"Because the best values In real] brief luxury of going to Washington to ment to see Harriet comfortably In- eggs. If they can be detected they
: should be removed promptly from the ,
estate are there." said Anne proudly, ,see how the improvements on the stalled In the precious guest room.

r "it used to be 'the court end of town' house were advancing and to .accompany She was conscientiously cordial but flock. .

and was metropolis before Washing his family from there to New she faltered a little. Good nesting material and frequent ?

] York, when they sailed on the De gathering of the eggs also are helpful .
ton even existed Now the lovely "1 thought you might like to pour
.
practices In preventing or checkln-%
Colonial] houses are being snapped up Grasse. He' did not leave Hinsboro tea for me a little while," she said

agalr and soon there won't be any left again until he returned' to New York hesitatingly ; "you could relieve Mme. the egg-eating trouble.

people are moving out there so fast. three months later, to welcome them Estavl at five. That will give you Pure ,Natural Mineral Water

This house 1 like is a big square brick back ,again. In the fall he returned plenty of time to change your dress." Good Chicks Pay in
May Help
one, on a corner lot, and It's a great uncomplainingly to Mrs. Simmons' cot- "I shall not take time to change," Laying House Next Fall
'
bargain. Of course It needs a lot tage, the two servants accompanying Harriet assured her briskly. "I shall
It will take three chicks to produce
Anne and Nancy and the new French
done to It but- come down at once. I see there are a MILLIONS FIND IT
pullet that Into the laying
"But you could supervise the Improvements maids to Georgetown.Just number of people here and I1 certainly every goes
house next fall poultry authorities
this spring while I am before congress opened again shall not lose this opportunity to talk VERY BENEFICIALFor
estimate. One chick usually]) dies one
leading a celibate life slaving away In Neal] rejoined his family. Anne had about the evils of smoking, tea and_
I, Hinsboro-well))-how much would It done her work well)) ; and the place -In coffee." of the two left Is a cockerel and the

In its third should mature Into a good, over 2,000 years the great mineral
cost all)) told? Georgetown, completely repairedand "Wouldn't it be better to wait and
renovated condition : healthy pullet. Purchasers of chicks waters of the World, given to us
"The house Is only five thousand surpassed his
do that ,at some meeting suggested .
should keep this general recommendation by Mother Nature, have proven them
dollars, if we pay'cash for it. I should every expectation. Anne. "At strictly social affairs like I selves
In mind In planning their flock very beneficial in the treatmentof
have at least that much more As they sat before the library fire
to spend
this, we don't bring up debatable ques-, "rheumatic" aches and pains, arthritis
on repairs. And then of course, I the evening of their reunion, after a tions." program.In sluggishness certain stomach
essential that
It Is
chicks
should have to furnish It" delicious and beautifully served dinner buying disorders and other chronic ailments..
"That shows you are not really In- chicks be secured. It Is
good quality
"I see. You want. at least fifteen Anne commenced outlining her causes It has been estimated that Ameri-
terested In great said Harriet,
Impossible to produce good hens from
thousand dollars]] then." plans for the winter. cans alone have spent $100,000,000 a
' "I going to start brushing, her hair back flatly from, her poor chicks. Under the code, hatch- in going to the mineral wells
'I "I want more than that I might as am my days at year
high forehead. "I shall have no ,such will not sell chicks below cost and health of Over
home she said "that will erymen resorts Europe.
) at, right away, ,
well tell) you so, all)) once.
"How much?" give me time_ to get In three before scruples. I am conscious of the frivol of production. It costs more to pro $1,000,000 of these foreign mineral

Christmas, and I think this year we ity Into which you have led Neal] but duce a good chick than a poor one, waters are imported annually into this
,
"The clothes In Paris
I
bought are
,> had better have an occasional Sundaytea I shall try to counteract such an In- consequently they will, cost the buyer country to help suffering humanity.But .
about I'll have get'new
Just gone. to fluence. attend it isn't to to Europe -.
As to meetings, I shall)) However the additional cost necessary go
,
I've made list of what I as well. Now as to dinners. With more.
ones; a need of to find fine natural mineral water.
those, too, course. In fact 1 of cent or two on a chick does not
Dora and Horace reinforced by Al- a
and a thousand dollars Is a conservative We have many marvelous mineral
shall hold some here. I can see there amount to much In the value of the
estimate of the cost. Then we'vegot phonsine and Madeleine] I see no reason waters in our own country-many ex
hesitate ask Is plenty of room for them In this pullet that goes Into the, laying house cellent health
to have a new motor.' And I wantto why we should to resorts to which you can
put the children in private schools I anyone ,here. There Is just one hitchI large house which you have so extravagantly next winter. It will only take a few go for the mineral water treatmentfor

had a letter from- Harriet sayingnow purchased, regardless of more eggs per hen to pay the differ- "rheumatic" aches and pains.
next fall-both of them and
mean- -the fact that you already had a beautiful lot Most surprising of all however is
time"-Anne drew her breath and \went that we have a guest room, she ence In a lot of good chicks and a ,
home In llinsboro." ,of chicks. A quality chick Is the fact that today you can make a f
cheap
feels sure we would like to have, a long
on- 1 want to take them to Europe natural mineral water in
first whom own
The person Harriet your
flock
approached the result of careful manage-
visit from her.
during their vacation. We can cross the home at a tremendous saving in ex-
subject
on near to her
"The h-1 would !1" said Neal ment, years of breeding and a program For Water
on a cabin boat, quite comfortably, and we heart chanced to be Senator Lassiter. Prairie pense. Crazy Crystals
of disease control.-
then we could go straight to Fontaine- with vehemence. amused he bring you, in crystal form, healthful
Immensely ,
bleau] and stay there nearly all sum "And that; she thinks she ought to do Harriet skillfully, to the shepherded Farmer. minerals taken from one of theworld's
sun parlor and fine mineral the
mer. The ,children can study French her best.. towards Influencing ,congress waters. Just
her
encouraged to talk, conveying the Chicks natural minerals. Nothing is added.
and I can go on with mine. And 1 prohibiting the sale of tobacco In any that he Winter-Hatched
Impression agreed perfectlywith All you do is add Crazy Water
want to take up my music again. It- form and limiting the sale of tea and everything she had to say. When, Winter hatched chicks are less subject Crystals to your drinking water, and

means a lot to me-music-and. I have coffee. She wants to lobby against late In the afternoon, he was relievedby to diseases cannibalism and other :you have a great mineral water that

-neglected It" I them with this as a center." Neal, he left her with' the happy vices than chicks hatched In Aprilor has helped millions to better health

"I know you have, dear," said Neal. "Good G-d !I" ejaculated Neal with idea that she had made a convert. The May, says a writer In Successful and greater happiness.A .

"And I thought we might have some still greater'ehemence.. Farming. Coccidiosls and some other standard size box of Crazy Water

horses and ride In the forest. Of "Well, what can I do? I can't decline dered misleading off In philanderer search of,Anne however, laughing, wan- poultry diseases are held !In check by Crystals for costs several onlY $1.50 weeks and thorough is sufficient -

course if eould only too It own-and weather. The artificial heat necessary
come
you to allow your your softly and claiming a reward. cold treatment for rheumatic pains. Crazy-

would be perfect. But I suppose youcouldn't. only-sister to come to our house, "What thanks do I get for helpingyou for the comfort of early chicks Water Co., Mineral Wells, Texas.

." can I?" out?" he asked. keeps the floor litter drier and less

"No," said Neal steadily, "of course "No-o-o-o, I suppose not. Better have "No end of thanks," she said with a favorable to the development of dis-

...v' notI'll have to work all summer. But her come at once and get her visit smile, as she leaned back In her chair. ease which Is encouraged, with damp

4- '. _. I do want you and the children to go." over with." "Ah-but I would like something litter. Cannibalism and feather-pick-

-" "I'll book our passage right off. If Anne sighed. "But my problems don't concrete. Would you ride with me to ln" may be controlled]] among the win

you're willing," said Anne "and now end with- Harriet-my mother has wrIt- morrow morning or let me take,you to ter-hatched chicks by limiting the the 'ater $TAS'
about the house? Could with She that we havea amount of light used. Covering
you go ten, too. says now a concert In the afternoon?" x ,

me this afternoon and look !it over? spare room, she Is sure that we "Neither. You know we went all windows with burlap or tar paper ex- are for sale by dealers displaying

It Isn't occupied and I have the key.> would 'be glad to have Sol and Sam over that thoroughly last sprIng. eludes some of the light and Is very the red and green Crazy Water

They went, immediately after dinner. come and stay with us and go to Blythe, after Neal went away. I won't successful In controlling these trou Crystals sign. Get a box today.

The fine old house was in a sad George Washington university." play with fire." bles.
,
state of dilapidation. But Ntal had "But If they start In a college course (TO BE CONTINUED.) r I

: Hens Will Scratch in StrawSix
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fr Inches of good clean straw Do lack PEP ?
be placed In the poultry house, you
ill 1 -,: striving for success, power, riches should
Ii Fake Psychology of "Success" a Failure they are chiefly accountably for the and renewed frequently. The hens Are you all in, tired and run down?

scratching throughthe
by
breakdown In the social responsibility will exercise

"You have probably all seen 'one they Inject Into the susceptible minds of our people." litter, and !it will absorb a lot of 1CJldIERSMlT8S

or another of those little booklets of 'their followers a pernicious philosophy moisture and help keep the house dry.
find that straw Is as IIJ
on 'How to Become a Millionaire,' of personal success, a consuming Women Jurors Don't Sleep I Good poultrymen TONIC

The Secret of Success,' etc.," com desire for control, a blind greed "Then, too, I have never seen a I good a litter as can be used and that Will rid you of

ments the Modern Psychologist edi for power over one's associates and woman juror asleep In the Jury box," they are well paid for the work "of

torially., -"Should) you ever take the'' comrades. They direct youthful thinking commented Judge Carl Weygandt of keeping the litter fresh.Poultry IfI J.i JLADlJ1 II

trouble of looking up the author of Into channels of Individual attainment Cleveland In an article In the "Ohio and build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills

these pamphlets, you will find sure- ,only] ; they lead the Miscep- Woman Voter," commenting on the desirability Notes Fever,Malaria And

ly not the millionaire or the successful tlble mind to forget that the morale of women Jurors. "The There are five standard varieties 01 A General Tonic

] leader you had expected, but of creed and nation lies In is
every cooperation average woman sound In her view domesticated turkeys. SOc and $1.00 At All Druniatsii
-you may take my word for !It-a with the community and not point and regards her responsibilitiesas .

shabby little hack writer In a clingy In personal power. The man or wom- a juror more seriously than does the Some poultrymen put quinine on

office somewhere In the vicinity of an who finds the only goal l I. gratification average man ; they are keen In -Judging chicks to check cannibalism.

the elevated train. of personal ambition, and who the credibility of witnesses and young .

.. "Nothing has done more to Injure will subordinate every action and quick to detect fraud ; and mixed hens produced 71,000,000
fo Washington
; the spirit and morale of the growing thought to this end such an Individual Juries are more likely to return ver dozen eggs in 1933, 3 per cent of thnation's ,
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generation than the fake psy Is dangerous to the community at diets consistent with the> law and the -- Blisters, cracked skin, itching or

chology of the success mongers. large. The community, today aa ever, evidence In the case," said Judge Wey- total. S St burning soon relieved and beating

Not only do they waste the valuable is In need of Individuals Imbued with gandt. "I have never beard a lawyeror The-old Idea that It Is best to allot]) promoted with soothingResinol

1\\ time and effort of our youth on silly the desire to co-operate socially a Judge express himself as opposedto turkey hens to "steal their nests"
.
I 'master mind' theories, on prescrlp "Those who deliberately Inculcate] having women serve on oui juries Into the discard. ha'i

tlons and exercises, but what Is worse Into our youth, the spirit of ruthless he concluded. t:I passed


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Clewiston News THE FUTURE OF SUGAR CANEThe I ':" :":":":..:":":.':":":":" :":":"":":0.:":":":":":":..:. m'ore.-Tampa Tribune, June 15th. Nelson, his wife, do 1934 appear to the upon bill the of
The ,
In addition to what the Tribune has 2nd day of July,
filed in this cause, else the
think the complaint
future of the sugar industry of the Commission, we '
Published every Friday In Clewi ton, of South Florida has been visioued I RAMBLING'S. state would be wise to kep Mr. Matthews allegations of said bill will be taken..

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, by news men from the Miami Dally I there, for the benefit of his as confessed by said ORDERED defendants.IT that

Inc. I News and more than a devoted page of to that a .::....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;r.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. experience said of Mr.and Matthews ability, It if may nothing be this order IS FURTHER be published once a week '
Sunday was
newspaper in
Keathley Bowden, Editor conception of what the sugar indus We're off! At least we will be In mentioned that he is the only candi- for four (4) consecutive weeks newspaper
future Editors leave for date for Railroad Commissioner who The Clewiston News, a
try will mean to Florida in the a few days. usually
Entered as second class mail matter A sixteen-page section of the News I vacations as soon as the paper is off lives In Peninsular Florida. If the published in Hendry County, Florida.

February 1, 1027! at the Post: dealt with "Miami in 1950"! and all the press, or as soon as it goes to people of the State think it is important DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle,

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under the articles contained in the section to press, but we are staying till the to retain their representation Florida, this 31st day of May, 1934.,

the Act of March 3, 1897. were written with a 1950 date line I polls open Tuesday morning, '/hen on the Commission they should WM. T. HULL,

and were intended to describe the developments we will cast our sacred ballots for vote for him. Clerk of the Circuit Court for

SubscrIption rate, $2.00 per year 16 years hence. the candidates of our choice- I (Paid Political Adv.) Hendry County, Florida. ',

Advertising rates on application, in the thereafter shall I '.
Among ,things suggested Immediately we ', Evans, Mershon & Sawyer,
sugar cane articles were: The exodus, embark for one of the prettiest spotsin 1st National Bank Bldg.,
Devoted to the advancement and IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
and HendrCounty. ', in 1935! of most of the Americans: Florida Silver Springs, near Miami, Florida
welfare of Clewiston 'who had formerly engaged in the sugar Ocala, where we expect to spend three TWELFTH" JUDICIAL CIRUCITOF SOLICITORS FOR PLAINTIFF.:

industry in Cuba, the men, of weeks revelling in fishing and doing FLORIDA, IX AND FOR No. 28.-June 181522.29.Irrrp6lrTlrrrprrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

course, entering Florida's sugar industry nothing generally except getting HEXDRY COUNTY, IXH CHAXCKRY. -

A severe hurricane struck Louisiana ; Perfection of Everglades: lazier and lazier and refreshing our .

and we don't mean Huey Long. drainage to a point that permitted soul as the poets would say

Miami Herald. Which was severe the use of canals ,for transportation Mrs. Nail is going to officiate at

enough, eh? from cane fields to mill, and pre the News, and we ask your kind The, Clewiston Company, a Wirehaired Fox Terriers

vented disastrous muck fires The cooperation in helping her get outa corporation, Plaintiff, Puppies ready for cellveryBest

establishment of 31 mills in South better and better newspaper. Tell v.
officials should not only
_. look Cuban under the bed before retiring; Florida; the establishment of candy her everything you know that would I Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A, Nelson, Breeding-Treasonable Price

but also under the chair before eat factories in the region, with distil i be fit to print and watch the smile his wife, DefeJl; ,ants. 1 German Shepherd Male PuppyMrs.

ing.-Exchange.He leries for rum and for commercial follow the pencil' as she sciibblea her Order for Con tl'ucth'e Service

alcohol following as a matter of notes down. Affidavit [or.__ constructive service H. C. Kolstad:

--' course; the deepening of a channel: Incidentally if you are panning having been filed as required by law. ClewistonrrrrlErrrllrrrRrrrrrrrrrrKrM

may have had only a "Baer"Chance tram the sea to Clewiston through to take a trip, get married, have a IT IS ORDERED that the defendants -
but it was all that was neces
Lake Okeechobee which permittedthe baseball game, build a house, rob a Fred E. Nelson and Hazel 'A.
to make him the new heavy freighters
sary of sea-going I
entrance ;. store, murder someone or anything
weight champion.The to receive boat loads of sugar direct that has news value like that, I am

from the sugar mill. sure Mrs. Nall will be deeply grate- ............................................................................................................................
best definition we've heard The article said In part: ful if you will arrange to do it dur- II. --

for "a bore": a person who talks: "Cuba showed by 1935 that it was ing these three weeks. Sometimes: 'i. I I .i'. "f.s ,
..
about himself when you would pre leaving the sugar industry due to news, gets scarce and the more that 'f.

fer to be thinking about yourself. agrarian laws which cut all of the happens the merrier it will be for ..

(Now doesn't the cap fit? ) large holdings into small farms allotted -

by selection to the citizens of her.So instead of writing Ramblingsfor ii!j CLEWISTON 60LF j jy

Another thing we want to see that country. Cuba became, in consequence a while we are going to practice
of this line of procedure, a
is the post office print what we preach. A happy fourth of
done bring ::
under the Graphic Arts code. country of small truck farmers, stock July and lots of fun in the interimtill ;
shops
raisers and orchardists and an industrial we meet again! -. COUISE
The government proposes to put us followed : }
era of development ,
,
envelopes and "
In jail if we print
this action which forever eliminated ... .t.
Post I Lonnie's Lunch, a travelling lunch
sell them for as little as the
Office charges-to say nothing of Cuba from the class of large_ sugar room on wheels, was moved to Clew i : i' O

neither of us being able to get cost producers x x x iston this week from LaBelle, whereit ; ;: ;. L'r: : : !
"The drainage of the Everglades : ct
put of them at that price if the gov- has been operated for some time ,2 V -V
became an item of such importancethat
ernment's stuff wasn't franked ,by Lonnie Ridgill. vV
in 1934 the matter received the :
Commercial. Will the
Leesburg government
favorable attention of congress and
ever wake up to the fact
laws were passed which placed that KEEP: MATTHEWS THERK
that it is removing beam from its
region on a safe and sound basis
brother's eye while a mote is- in Its III IIIv
such as we see today Fire as a Eugene _Matthews, the mest ex- III1
pwn? to the Pubic
today
unknown
'hazard throughout Is practically the region due to the perienced and efficient member of iOpen[

the State Railroad Commission: is
PLEASE, PLEASE! I system of canals'which intersect and
l bisect all cane properties and those running for renomiuation in the .. .f..
I second primary. His opponent is Les-
At the advent of the rainy season sarno' canals form the cheaper mode .I

and before"'a "storm season" we'dHke I I of transportation from field to mill ter Wells, of Tallahassee. -
For the other membership of the I
to correct a few Impressions ever known to the Industry. ?
I .t.
Commission, Jerry W. Carter and .. '"" ,. '' '
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which Just will not stay corrected.' "All around Lake Okeechobee'and : ..--- I ;
Herbert P. Caro are candidates. *i ::,j( ",.... ::
Newspapers (and others) Just don't clear down to the outskirts of Miami Neither has had previous service on '' ._.. ,;, "".. ...

understand about Lake Okeechobee. today will be found the vast sugar the Commission. If Matthews is defeated ':' ....', ..;..
The rainfall does not "raise the than v -
cane fields which produce more
the Commission will have Moderate Green Fees *
level of Lake Okeechobee 16 feet" 1,000,000 tons of sugar for the con :;: ;. 'Or,
two inexperienced men.
,as ,a headline last week stated. It : sumption of the American people. Today == ,
Eugene Matthews has given, the Exceptional Fairways i
may raise the level of the lake TO you will find a total of 31 sugar I ...
state excellent service on the Com
16 feet. There's a difference of some mills in South Florida."x '
mission. He has been particularlyalert Interesting Greens *
15 feet and 8 inches in the twostate-, x x It was a logical procedurethat interestsof '.' ..
to the transportation
ments. And the level of 16 feet does- 'the candy factories of the north

n't mean that the lake is 16 feet should establish branches in Miami, South Florida. ys:: I ::
We have nothing to say against
deep. It means its surface is 16 feet Fort Lauderdale and West Palm

above sea level. Elevation 16, or 17 I Beach. Mr. Wells; but, since either Mr. Car- III..................................................................................................................,.............................................................11
ter or Mr. Caro will be a member .
or whatever it may happen_ to be at i "x x x In 1935 many of the Amer-

the time, means also that the lake ican sugar men who formerly operated -
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surface Is that'number ,of feet higher I in Cuba made their investments

than sea level. A levee built to I here and they have not regretted the ; .. -- :: :

elevation 34 does nat mean a levee move. '1,?: .ii

84 feet high, but to a' point 34 feet I i "x x x The-erection of distilleries : :ii: :: F0 R SA L E *. =;:

above sea level. We do have a rainy was the next logical step and soon 't' '

season Okeechobee, In' South Florida to and Lake. I I the best brands of sugar cane rum =::';:;: Attractive Clewiston Home, Small Cash Payment :!: i
serves catch the water which were ever placed on the market .t.
from the Kissimmee' watershed were distilled in Florida. Commercial '", ;'. ___ x ii. .

down, and it is plenty of water. But alcohol followed as a matterof '';.1..:.. ..:;.. .:s.:
: ;
it takes plenty of water to : "." .s"
raise the course and then the people of '.'

big lake even an inch or two. Florida realized that this sugar Industry ':. +;. ..:.".

Circumstances are bad enough in was on a plying basis they 's':s: "..s':... .t..f. I

case of storms, but they aren't as badas had never dreamed of before. Sugar, ;. .?. k .;. .:".

reports sometimes sound. If the rum and commercial alcohol were .' .s' ""+. .t..t"
'
simple matter of elevation of the the three things which made the '!:. .( .s' .:.

., lake and elevation of the levee were Florida Everglades known throughout I .,.. ''i':.' "t."s. ..':..

kept straight, reports would be a the world. : Y.

great deal more correct, and the sit- "Credit should be given to those .:. ':. I :': .s.

uation more clearly understood. i i who pioneered in the early development :' ::: ::: 'i. '

1 iI I i I of South Florida's sugar industry y I v y

EDITOR TO VACATION I I who, through their unshaken ':. 'i' .i' .:.
faith. in the potentialities of the vvV

Florida Everglades, their optimisticand
For the next three 'weeks v vV
the edi- financial support, made this tremendously Ii
tor :
expects to he yv
away on vacation, successful development v

in md charge will leave of the Mrs.office Campbell of the Clew-Nail !: 'om Oil:srble.) another" page of the section is i

iMon News. The office will : I I.lot.
be open an artist's conception of the future .; i. .
during the hours of 10 to 12 and 1 to sugar mill at Clewiston. The millis .
3 each day, but will be closed Satur- ,
shown Lake I
located on a harbor in .
day afternoons.Mrs. : J' .. _
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Okeechobee! I
and the caption read"
tojy
Nall has
assisted in the past 'With Florida leading! the world in
in gathering local news for the iv
newspaper -
sugar production most of the cane V : 't'
and for one of the state dail- XvY1
passes through plants like this atIlewiston.
ies. Any courtesies extended I' AYv
to her, Seagoing freighters enter AV
and any news items her .. :.. .
given will ,. Lake Okeechobee through the canal .t. .s'AV

bo appreciated by the News editor. I I., and tie up at the mil}, taking the product .+. .+. : '..
Stealing the Idea from ; hh I Y
other editors abroad "
directly from the vats. : t Y
Carl (we believe it is original with I'I The entire 1C page section; ij 'a x I xfv YhY
Hanton of Fort
,Myers) we are distinct credit to the News, and to
y
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asking Rev. W. B. Purges. Father .'. .'. : '.
It. C. Hulbuit, who conceived the ; :
Fr. Finnegln and I A -- -- Yt
Mayor -
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F- Deane ..
and executed
Duff us In to the do editorial a bit of columns.pinch-hitting for 'Ildea theiein. The stories much show of the much copy :.t..t.;: :;: Pay The Balance I Like: Rent :;:: *

Father \ thought and study, each of them reflects -

the Finnegin issue will of June write 29 an, Rev.editorial for ; an understanding of the topic :;: ;*:; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES .Z :::

for Furgess II on which it is written. The section, YOU CAN YOUR OWN HOME .;. ::
that of July 6, and Mayor Duff ::: OWN :
so far as know is the
we first of


for feature July value will 13.to be We our of feel friends unusual sure and that interestand we this are I I its'newspaper.kind----ever--,--published---- in a_ daily' n_ Chi\viston Home Building Association :H= I: *

most
appreciative of this help from I Somebody should try Ink eraser

blur friends, on, the Bun if it io: sunrpots that Is ;;.: .:.;.:. PHONE 102 : ...}.. 7
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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 193... THE CLEWISTON XI3W PAGE FTVF

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Roy Sands superintendent of construction liance' with Section 929 Comyited! l 1 ida. j ji vo.
for the E. H. Latham com- General Laws of Florida, that the !I i (SEAL) I II

i j i I Personal Mention pany, has moved to Belle Glade, Tax Assessor of' Hendry County, (I I Attest: William T. Hull Clerk.Counselor I 1 ESTIMATES REQUEST FURNISHED ON

where he is supervising, work on the Florida, will meet with the Board of : I
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!I hurricane gate. County Commissioners of said county -II I C:, E. STEBEL

E. E. Kelly was a recent visitor in at the Clerks office in the CourtHouse T I M* ::
, ; Tampa. Mrs. Byron Weir ,of Detroit is in LaBelle Florida, on the *. ',* < ,,:I.. GOUSE:: Electrical ContractingPHONE
spending several days in Clewiston first in the b
\ :' Monday July, same h.g *
1T- : andttol'ne} at Law 2121
j C. K. Fisher of Miami was here on visiting friends. Mrs. Weir was a, the second day of July, A. D, 1931, ...
resident of Clewiston and Hopkins Building PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
business this week. former for the purpose of hearing complaints -
I Ir was the former Miss Kathryn Dean. and receiving testimony as Wcclncstlajs and Saturdays

r : Airs. E. P. Miles spent the week to the value of any property, real or I 9:80 to 4:00 Agent for

E! : end with friends in Miami. BIRTHDAY PARTY personal, as fixed by the County Assessor GENERAL: ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

I of Taxes and of perfecting, reviewing :-
RANGES AND
Miss Evelyn Hare was the honoreeat ? vv }vvvvv v vvv
f ) Lee Rawls of Pahokee was a bus"s and equalizing the assrsslents VI APPLIANCESWatches

I i visitor here Monday.R. given a birthday by her brother party Monday, Bob Hare evening, at as made by said Tax Assessor ..:'. New and U se d.:... :

You and each of you are hpiobj; I
L. Murray of Fort Myers was the Clewiston Drug Company. The
l a business visitor here Wednesday. guest of honor, Miss Hare, received notified to be present at said time |:=: FURNITURE :: !
Clocks
many lovely gifts. and place and there set forth any Jewelry
complaint and produce any testimony Rear or
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson visited Other guests included Mr. and

Mr Sunday.Wilson's father in Fort Myers Harvey Mrs. V. Guthrie H. Cothein, Miss"Mr.Betty and Spicer Mrs., which of any you property may desire as as fixed to the and value assessed --is I I:=: BELIE GLADE :i_:. Cleuiston Jewelry Drug.Repairing Company

Miss, Roberta George, Miss Louise by said County Assessor of I:j: ::
Lake Osborne of Lakeland has Renfroe, Miss Nora McGuire, Miss Taxes. | FURNITURE( COMPANY i W. H. MERRITT ,

arrived in Clewiston to spend the Alma Crews of Fort Denaud, Miss Done and ordered at LaBelle, Florida y WATCHMAKER & JEWELER -
,.'summer.Mr. Dorothy Hooker of Chosen and Miss this 9th day of June A. D. 1934. Belle Glade! Florida :;:; '
CLEWISTON FLORIDA
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Helen Strokenburg of Belle Glade. F. L. DUNAWAY, Next Door To Theatre j .;- P. O. Box 521
and Mrs. C. E., Nail were bus- Sidney,Crochet, Merrell Lowe, Van Chairman Board of County Com- ::
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iness visitors in Pompano and Dania Bush, Edwin Ward, Jimmie McKenzie missioners of Hendry County, Flor .:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..::. "We Are Here To Stay"Effective
:. .- Monday.- Jr., F. A. McKenzie, George Os-
I ;' : bourne of Lakeland, Dick Axtell of c ----
:, ;" Mr. and Mrs. W. F., Simpson oft Belle Glade, John Kirk of Belle.
t Moore Haven were recent visitors, inI' Glade, Halson Avant Herbert Halter ,

,CJ wiston.l and Eddie Clay.
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.Mrs. Adolph Krumseig of Belle DANCE TONIGHT FORBENEFIT

Glade was in Clewiston on business OF KIWANIS:

r: Wednesday. '
,( / The Cocoanuts, well known radio
I PRICES
;i/ Mr., and Mrs. S. C. Hedley, and artists, will provide music for a FORD
; daughter were visiting friends in. dance to be held at the Clewiston Inn

i\ : Stuart Saturday.Mrs. tonight from 9 till 1. sponsored by
the Clewiston Kiwanis Club. ,

Keathley Bowden and son Proceeds from the dance will go ",
spent the week end in Okeechobee into the Kiwanis fund for underpriv- ;
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visiting relatives. ileged children, a Kiwanis objectivefor '
.-- this :
year. : :
Mayor V. L. Phillips of Moore The, musicians are popular to radio REDUCED .
Haven was a business visitor in Clew- listeners and have been broadcastinglately I

iston Wednesday.Mrs. over WFLA, Clearwater. The
Clewiston dance has been announced '
C. F. Vaughn and Mrs. E. P. during their programs this week. ,': J'-.

: Miles were visitors in West Palm '
..
I Beach Wednesday. MOORE-BAILEY :.S K:: Friday, June 15, prices on Ford' V-8 '

Mrs., L. J.Pape Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Colcok Baileyof ','. ,.
is visiting! her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Ocala, Florida, <
,
: : Passenger Cars Trucks and Commercial Cars
Egley here, this week. announce' the marriage of their .. ,:;;-0'l :r':' ,

daughter ,
Mrs. A. A. Munroe accompaniedby Florence Hayesto ,:<:-;-; > were reduced $10 to $20. These reductions represent
Mrs. W. F. Simpson of Moore

Haven spent Monday in West Palm Mr. James Willis Moore, Jr.,, "
Beach' on Tuesday the second of January, -" : new low prices on 1934 models, as there

nineteen hundred and, thirtyfour.The u
Mr.-'and Mrs. G. H. Small, M, D. ,above announcement,comes as : ;; : 0'J
Bledsoe, C. H. Berner and Miss Ulla a pleasant surprise to the many ,:1f:; ,: have been no Ford price increases this year. '

Jacobson were visitors in Wauchula friends of the young couple.

Tuesday. Mrs. Moore, who is a descendantof
one of the pioneer families of

(;i);;, : Miss Lorene Holliday of Brunson, Marion county is the second daughter ,' _
S. C., and J: T. Holliday of Blounts- of Mr. and Mrs.JT. C. Bailey of ; .-
town were guests of friends here Ocala. She was graduated from the

Wednesday.Mrs. I outstanding Ocala High as School a scholar where and she an ath-was :: i: FORD V-8 PASSENGER CARS ((112-inch wheelbase) i
: C. E. Miner and children re- :
lete. She later attended Southern Col-
turned Friday! from West Palm '
lege in Lakeland, and has since been WITH STANDARD WITH DE LUXE .
Beach where they have spent the past ,
employed in tthe schools of Marion EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT
several weeks. ,:, "
county. '
Mr. Moore, the son of Mr. and $560
TUDOR SEDAN $520
Bob Hancock of Miami, formerly : .' .
Mrs. J. W. Moore of Clewiston, is
of LaBelle, was transacting businessand '.' "'f .
enrolled in the school of law at the
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visiting old friends here for / 545
a University 'of Florida. While there COUPE . . 505
few days this week. ,
he has taken an active part in ath- :

Mrs. Gayle McFadden and Mrs. E. letics. ; FORDOR SEDAN575 615
F. McFadden drove to Palm Beach The young couple will spend the ; : .. '
Monday' to take Gayle Jr., who is summer in Clewiston and will return i '600
visiting friends there. I in the fall to Gainesville, so that i i r VICTORIA ,
Mr. Moore may continue his studied.'! 1

Arthur Gomez, candidate for reelection -I ,:; CABRIOLETa. ;, : ,- 590
to the state senate ; ::: ;
was visiting ',' : 'I.-
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; :Major B. C. Dunn C. Nelson and n "
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friends here in
the interest of 525
his campaign Saturday.S. J. R. Paten, of Jacksonville, Colonel ROADSTER ". :
Warren T, Hannum of New Orleans : ,

H. Seepe and C. E. Lewis of and Arthur McFarland of Galvestonwere :t ? PHAETON . .: 550
Miami in Clewiston Tuesday and Wed-
are spending this week inClewiston
transacting business. Theyare nesday. J' ; These prices remain unchanged

guests at the Inn. ,
DITCHES BEING CLEANED
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(Continued from page 1)
Jr., of Miami are visiting in Clew-
icton as guests of their father, W. D. the present, play a very importantpart
I Moody and Joe: Knowles.Mr. age. in the city-wide plan of drain- 1 FORD V-8 TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS


i .. and Mrs. R. Wr Williams of 'Many culverts have been replacedand
i West Palm Beach others repaired., This work,' says $350
are spending two Chassis-112-inch wheelbase .
Commercial Car
Mr. Owen, will be continued until all
weeks in Clewiston
Mr. Williams .
culverts are in first class condition. J -
here
coming: on business.
Low marshy places are being Truck Chassis-131-inch wheelbase . 485

! : .. Mrs. R. R. Hendry and daughter, tapped with feeder ditches, and those

'i : ?(y. Garlic, of Fort Myers, arrived Monday places which cannot be drained will Truck Chassis-157-inch wheelbase . 510
r at regular intervals, be given a coat-
,\ to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Hendry; and Mr.. and Mrs. G. M. Pre- ing mosquitoes.of oil to prevent breeding of Stake Truck (Closed Cab) 131-inch wheelbase 650
va t t.

Mildred Ward left Monday for Avon ALL-STARS LOSE TOHOLLYWOOD Stake Truck (Closed Cab) 157-inch wheelbase 715In

Park where she will spend the week I BY 2 TO 1

attending the Conference for the. addition to above, prices were also reduced on other
Presbyterian Young (Continued from page 1)
Peoples Christ-
ian Endeavor.. matter of lucky breaks, as both ag- Commercial Cars and Truck types from $10 to $20

gregations wore playing errorlessball.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Hill left Sun- ALL PRICES F.O.B. DETROIT
day for Miami where they spent this Another high light of the game was
week. They expect to motor to the wonderful catch by Gratto

Clearwater over the Tamiami Trail George who, in the third inning, ., ,- -
..for a visit with Mr. Hill's parents. jumped into the air and pulled downa
high 'line drive.

rp'o Judge and Mrs. W. H. Penney and -- COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Penney of Miami NOTICE OF TAXEQUALIZATION : FORD MOTOR

visited In Glewjston Sunday as the 1 ,

guests et Mr. and Mrs, F. R, Max

well, Mrs G. M Penney Intl\ Irs. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .
ta"weU", die Irler You are hereby notified in' coo, "': t 11iiJll'fai'Jl r'J: ,v- _- !!-, Kl1 'il_ -::-- .. ..




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BELLS D I L Events In the Lives of Little Men I D I'r'




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.1 ra FOODS ESSENTIAL:
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HIS FEE
i James was having a hard time centering -

The teacher heard a child crying 1 his attention on the discussionof

and rushed out to the playground to I GEE. WISr. carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
find the cause of the disturbance. : .. Noting the lack of attention, the
"What Is the trouble she asked of teacher asked: "James, what three

little Jimmy, who stood calmly by, foods are essential to man's physical
eating an welfare?"
orange. "
OR .
"Billy tookFred's orange," explained StN00L "Breakfast, dinner and supper,"

the witness. answered the boy. ,. '
"And where Is the orange?" asked
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the teacher. The Stolen Rope
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"Oh, I have that," replied JimmIe. ; "Have you a copy of 'The Stolen

"You see, I am the lawyer." Hope'?'' inquired a visitor to a mu-

sic seller."I .
HIGH MINDED am afraid I don't know, of sucha
l-4 i "
r song.
i 4 "Why, It goes like this:" And the
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t customer hummed the tune.
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"Why, you mean 'The ,Lost
Chord!'" said the assistant.

"Ah, that's it!Itt-=Toronto Globe.


No Escape
Patient-Doctor, are you sure thiss
pneumonia? Sometimes doctors

prescribe for one thing and patientsdie

of something else.

Doctor (with dignity)-When I
WIfey-I saw the dearest little hat
prescribe for pneumonia you die of
today.
pneumonia.-Medical Record.
Hubby-That's Just like you-always
looking for the dearest Instead of the

moderately priced. A HARD RIVER.. j}


The Wise AstrologerAn 10 GROSS -

astrologer who had foretold the

death of one of the mistresses of Louis (copgrlphr w" \" t..)
XI of France, which prediction had

been fulfilled, was summoned Into the

royal presence to hear his own death THE FEATHERHEADS Reciprocity
sentence pronounced as a consequence

Dr his wicked prophecy. t WELLS Mi5'fER--\ WHY CAN'T You
"Seeing know everything," said
you I ARE You GoiKJC? 1 &ORROW AVIS'
the king, "tell me, when will you die?" NOPE -'
"Three days before your majesty," 1 To CUT THEGRASS rMOWER'S LAWNMOWER.6eCALJSE
v HAVeIJ'TR'eTuRNED:
replied the astrologer.He ? I
kept his head. BROK E HIS

RAKE- AMD \IF I
Scots in Action
PO-THEM I CANTRAKE
Cuttem, the barber,' was talking of 1 ;
a man who had Joined his shave-and- -n=+E
1 elf
hair-cut club at so much week.
a Y/ I I <3RAS AFTER>
"That chap McMean: has a marvelous s
r I I CUT IT
growth-comes In twice a day for a / 1

shave and every few days for a hair ,
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cut." .

Cuttem went up In the air when the

other Informed him, "Why, there are (
two JlcSIeans: -Angus and Donald- / _
and they are twins."
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Encouragement"Do : I

you think anything,can be done k\\\
with my voice?" asked the ambitious GABLE

youth. / \

"It might be" of practical service In ABOUT MR WILLIAM OK// SO IT'SPAVlS' N

an sician.emergency replied the sincere mu- \ SAW HIM GRASS \ f ALL ON- 1 I$iT/iiji/ MOWER ty 1ij.

I "In the chorus?" CUT1IN Ct YOU HAVE ? WELL
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TO MEI'LL LET I II II

Changed Hands YOU USE HIS I

"How did you make your fortune?" I

"I became the partner of a rich P I
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Good PsychologyFarmerYou've Iweetern -... 1 1ouxe
been lying under \
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A RACKET I Too Pallid'Cup ACQUAINTED

""* OH, OH o' tea, weak," said a customer

at a London coffee -stall When the

decoction was brought to him he eyedit GLY9Sv.Yl

w t, / : critically.

el o I "Well, what's wrong with It? You
said weak, didn't you?" "

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"It seems as though women havea
mania for spending "
money. "Well, how did you enjoy the Swag
"I know It. Why, whenever my PLti'
"1 take half an hour's beauty sleep r ger's lawn party?"
wife Is too sick, to go shopping she
every afternoon sends for the doctor." "I felt kind of lonesome. The only
...... "You should make It longer dear." Vic: i thing that got chummy with me was

Cam. Extensive Observation"Out a potato, bug."
\ ***; MathematicsThe k.-
of a Job, eh?"
music teacher was trying to Im But That Was DifferentA
"Yes. But I'm going to get a good
press upon her pupils the meaning ofF situation In the millinery department teacher In a school In Garden

and FF In a song they were aboutto If a big store." City, N. Y., entered her classroom to

learn. After explaining the first "Why what do you know about mil find the pupils all talking noisily.
sign, she said: "Now children, If F finery She admonished them, pointing out
means forte, what does FF mean?" that their wouldn't behave
"All there Is to know. I've been parents 0
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"Eighty I" shouted one enthusiastic working for several years as a United like that and be so rude as to talk

upll. States customs Inspector." Jimmy-Mr. Tingle, what baseball all at the same time.

Perfect Explanation club do you belong to? One of the children promptly pro-

Cause and Effect Mr. Tingle-I don't belong to any. tested.
Professor (sternly)-This essay on
Why do ask? "But mother a card party e
you gave
"Our Dog" Is word for word the samo "Yon played rather poorly at the my
brother's. bridge party last night, old man." I I Jimmy-Well, I heard sister tell yesterday," she said, "and all the women -
as your
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Ice Patrol Keeps Watch r Youngest Organist I! Rotation. Plan to PROOF POSITIVEThe "-

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Replaces Oldest
Foil"Chinch moon shone down brightly) on
I Bugs
Portage, Wis.-Last year St.John's .
the two
on Ocean Traffic Lanes Episcopal church here the park lovers bench. nestled together. on
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claimed to have the oldest organistIn fc
vp- c:! the state. This year the churchbelieves Locate Legume Crops So as lIe her was ear."Darling whispering. sweet nothingsInto

Vessels Given Warning of Is completely covered with) a vast Ice Its organist Is the young I to Isolate Small Grain, ," he cooed, "darling, I
to be 5.000 feet In est full-time paid musician In the
'cap estimated swear I have
never loved like this
Corn and Grass.By ,
Position of Bergs. thickness. Always the Ice mantle Is Episcopal denomination. Alice before." -

moving down the slope. of the land Helen Jorns, sixteen years of age, I She started.

"Washington.-Tbe U. S. S. Mendota toward the sea, in great glaciers, pushIng has replaced Mrs. Josephine Shac- A. I.. Lang. Asst. Chief of Solt Export- "Oh, .Tack," she exclaImed, "you
mont Field .
Illinois.
!! University of
of the International] Ice patrol reports out through the valleys. As the ken, seventy-nine, who died after WNU Service. know that Isn't true. How about

,i 1C5 Icebergs :in the Atlantic ship lanes ice reaches the sea It noses out Into playing the organ at St. John's for Threatened with the heaviest chinch when you ran)Into a tree when you

-the'.large'st' nur"n6eisince 1912 when the water until buoyancy lifts It up, 53 years. bug Infestation ever recorded In 'the were out with Doris, and a telegraph

one o'f the floating mountains of Ice and then the front of the glacier breaksoff history of the state. Illinois farmers pole with Mary?" '

wrecked the Titanic" palatial British at a weak spot.A should consider revising their rotationsas
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steamship. New Berg Is Born. period that the cutters patrol the Ice- a means: of partially protecting
"Icebergs have always been the "There is a deafening roar and a endangered areas. their 1034 corn crop.

:. dread of transatlantic navigators," thunderous crasl* as the glacial fragment "The Ice patrol cutter stands as By; this Is meant the l location of legume IVkrcolized Wax

says a bulletin from the National plunges heavily into the sea, almost traffic officer on this avenue of the crops In the rotation so as to

Geographic: society. "They just drift submerging. The water Is sea. If the ice threatens a blockade,' Isolate the small grain, corn and grass

here and there. They give no warningof churned into creamy waves as the the cutter sets the stop sign and fields where the chinch bugs are proneto

their presence. They,are propelled new born berg shakes off the sea, regains turns the traffic Into a' 'side road' detour breed and feed. It has been proved

by ocean currents, winds, and waves. equilibrium, and settles Itself to the souths) Like a good traffic that legumes are distasteful to this

Fog Is their constant companion."A comfortably for a long journey south officer, the cutter on duty answers all Insect pest, and separating the bug's

vessel speeding through an area ward. Only one-ninth of an iceberg queries about the condition of the road "favorite" crops with legumes Is sug

Infested with moving Ice, during the may be seen above the surface of the and; il1l help,_,a-,.ship In trouble. On gested as one of several control meas-
night or In fog, plays a game of chance.
sea. The bergs that menace Atlantic one day a cutter may hear from as ures. Furthermore, the addition of

Even on a starlit. night a berg cannot shipping come from the glaciers of many as 3S vessels."Thousands one or more legumes will Improve the
be half mile but when Keeps Sfin
seen beyond a ; west Greenland, floating southward in : of Americans sail to fertility of the land on which they are Young
the of the ice Is known to the Absorb
position : blemishes and discolorations using
the cold Labrador current that keeps Europe during the iceberg season. Few grown.A .
the Is eliminated he Mercpkzed Wax daily as directed. Invisibla
navigator danger ; them intact. The east coast glaciers of them are aware, as they retire to five-year rotation supplying' this particles of aged skin arc freed and all
can alter his course to avoid the defects such as blackheads, tan, freckles
usually melt before: they- float so far their staterooms at night of the precautions dual purpose may consist of corn, oats, lanja pores disappear. Skin is then beautiful.y and-

menace. south, for warmer water prevails on taken for their safety as mes- clover, corn and soybeans. In this dear, velvtty and so soft-face looks
"The ice comes ,down( every year as that side of the great Arctic island. after from the ice patrol years younger. ItfercoUzed Wax brings out
sage message case not only Is GO per cent of the your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.,
it has for centuries but
; now every "The Iceberg danger period Is from comes into the radio rooms of their farm In legumes but 80 per cent Is ---Powdered SaxoliteI -,
follows of
that the eastern
berg edge
March 1 to July 1. It is during that ships." In cash crops. One crop of corn Is .Reduces wrinkles and other ase-signs. SimI
the Grand Banks;: into the steamer I ply dissolve one ounce Sazolite in half-pint I
.16-. Ilv lanes Is kept under surveillance by the completely set off between two legumes I witch hazel and ma daily sa face louoo |
which In will
many cases -
International Ice patrol. From this prevent
1- Commissioning the Minneapolis serious damage from chinch bugs.
service navigators can learn the an- Golden Silence
The fact that the oats field will have a '
swer to the question which each asks:
If
spring seeding of clover may deter you say nothing, nobody will repeat
' Where Is the ice? ft.NEYtR.
rapid multiplication of the Insects In
Born of Titanic Disaster. t
-, -this crop, Jf the clover gets a strong,
"The founding of the ice patrol was r4 -

' a result of the, sinking of the Titanic : c4 early start. FELT DEiTERS
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which collided with a berg on the f*; c When wheat is grown with a ,maximum -

night of April 14-15, 1012, with a loss of corn n rotation of corn, corn, r.i E Slit LOST 39
of more than 1,500 lives. Following beans, wheat and clover ca'n be

the disaster\ a general demand arose i;:; : ::4 planned. An important feature of this POUr DS OF FAT
combination Is that the small grain
for 'a patrol of the Atlantic Ice area. : c c-- '
Immediately' the United States --- ----'rx .= frM crop, which Is always the early breedIng -
navy % '- r4F4
"Three
months I started
ground of the chinch bug 1% isolated ago using
detailed two cruisers for guard duty Kruschen and weighed 201 lbs. Today-
: until the last bergs disappeared from from the corn crops by a legumeon after starting my 4th jar I've lost 39

the steamer lanes in late June. either side. With a good growthy lbs. and am in perfect

"During the fall of the same year r ' spring seeding of clover In the wheat I condition felt- really well."I

the International Conference for the this crop Is not susceptible to the bugs. Mrs.never' B. C.so Terry

Safety of Life at Sea was convenedat Where a four-year rotation of corn, ;, Tampa, Fla.

London, to organize the ice patrolon oats, wheat and clover is followed, a I Don't stay fat and

an international basis. Representatives protective revision would be to substitute 4- unattractive not
when it's so easy and
of the principal maritime nations soybeans for the oats. This'would I I safe to get rid of dou-

of the world signed the ,agreement carry the Isolation advantagesof ble chins, ugly hip-fat

' on January 20, 1014, creating the the wheat rotation above and, with and unbecoming
a good stand of clover In the wheat I plumpness on upper arms-at the same
' International derelict destruction, ice 4 1kt time build up strength and increase vitality -
observation, and Ice patrol service. :; c L5 would keep 75 per cent of the hind In : -feel :younger and keep free from

L "The United States was asked to % ht legumes throughout the growing sea, headaches, indigestion, acidity, fatigue
and shortness of breath.-
undertake the management of this son.- -
Just take a half teaspoonful of Krus
service. This country agreed to send ? !) -L chen Salts first thing every morning in

two vessels which would patrol the New Strains of Alfalfa a glass of hot water. If not joyfully-

danger area during the iceberg season. satisfied with results of one 85 cent jar
Each of the contracting parties con- Culture Being Developed (lasts 4 weeks) money back from any
drugstore the world over. But make
sented to, bear a share of the cost In Three strains of alfalfa nodule bacterIa I sure you get Kruschen-the SAFE way

'. proportion to Its shipping tonnage. capable of fixing more nitrogen to reduce.

"Not a single ship has been lost In and producing a somewhat greener

the policed lanes through collision color in the leaves of the alfalfa plant, I' .

with an iceberg since the patrol was have been added to the stock from
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Inaugurated. which the Wisconsin college of agricul 'AXTED-Men and women asa
distributors for book of prac-
"Greenland's 'icy mountains' are the ture Is preparing Its alfalfa seed cul J4 tlcal plans and Information.
of most of the that tures. Earn more money. Establish
source Icebergs ( own business, mall or local all
come as far south as the'steamer These strains, recorded In the lab- or part time. Particulars CrePT
T CHAS. FERRIS, 3636 North
lanes, journeying about 1,800 miles be- oratory as pedigree numbers 107-1, 109, A 15th Street Philadelphia. Pa.

'fore they become white 'specters' to and 113, were carefully tested in

shipping. With the exception of a I View: of, the ceremony by which the U. S. S. Minneapolis, latest, of the greenhouse trials last winter when

small strip of coastal line, Greenland 10,000-ton treaty cruisers, was commissioned at the Philadelphia navy yard. they proved to fix more nitrogen and

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I Round Europe Airplane Flight in August Savants Explode- Ideas yields tested. of hay than most other strains riNO


Regarding Pearls, Opals Inoculation tests in these' greenhouses .

I show that while most root' no-
I Washhlgton.-Two scientists at the
1934 Contest Is Sponsored by belonged. Zwlrko was killed a short I Smithsonian institution have explodedthe dule cultures found In the soil of fields

time later. which have grown legumes are helpfulto
Poland Aero Club. The first "round Europe" flight old-fashioned "humbug"* regarding the plant, some are less beneficial MORE WORMS
pearls and opals.Dr. .
actually was started and organizedIn or even actually harmful. Before any "DEAD SHOT"Dr.

Warsaw, England.-The biggest Eu- 1029 by the Aero club of France. Paul Bartusch. curator of mol strain of Inoculating bacteria is used Peery's Vermifuge kills and

ropean sport flying contest, the "round Participation for 1934 Is assured( by luscs and authority on pearls, disproved for the preparation of culture In the expels Worms and Tapeworm in

Europe" flight for 1934, will be organ Poland, Germany), France, Italy and : the theory that pearls require laboratories of the university 'agricultural a few hours. Good for grown-ups,

ized by the Aero club of the Polish Czechoslovakia. But the failure of : contact with human skin once a yearto college It must first have proved too. One dose does the trick.Dr.Peery's'DEAD .

republic, to which the winner of the Britain to file notification has caused' preserve their beauty. Every pearl, to he, beneficial I as shown by green

last race In 1932, Franclszek;: Zwirko. great disappointment.The he asserted, eventually loses its luster, house and field tests. SHOT Vermifuge
no matter how preserved. I
flying route covers 0,400 kilometers :

i as follows: Warsaw, However, Doctor Bartusch contin- Desirable
Legume Hay
14.Jt i.Ds"i -1 berg, Berlin, Cologne, KOenigS-I ued, a pearl may have Its beauty restored -
HER Is desirable feed
Bordeaux, Pau, Madrid, Seville, Cast.' by a simple "operation." A layer Legume hay very
T,' ___ _...____ for brood sows, since It Is a good filler SOc a bottle at drnjrjrists or
I I I I '!- blanca, Meknes, Sidi Bel Abbes, Algiers of nacre removed by the delicate
and vitamins and a consider- TTrighfs rill Co., 100 Cold bt., Jf.Y. City.
Biska, Tunis, Palermo Naples,. Instruments of an expert does the supplies
able amount of mineral matter. Sucha
Rome, Rimini, Zagreb, Vienna, Brunn work. Faded pearls, he added, often

Prague, KattowItz, Lvov, Vilna, War are bought cheaply, "operated upon," ration is inexpensive and very well Peas-Brabham FOR J2.25[ SALK bu.. clays and Whips
adapted for the brood sow, during the
and sol'd as new. $2.00; Mixed J1.90. Five bu. and up. First
saw.This period of p're nac;). A week or so clas sto<"k. Cash with order.
route is 2,000 kilometers far- "Humbug!1" exclaimed Dr. James O. P. AVALKEK ][artsboro. Ala.
after farrowing, more grain should, of
ther than 1032. The distance
that of
; Been Institution
geologist, in explodIng course, be fed. In fact, during the
must be completed between September the belief
that
opals,' soaked in
nursing period, the sows should be giv-
8 and September 15, that is over 1,100 water will retain their
kilometers per day. With the Inclu- fire. en all\ the grain they will consume, and Electrically-minded! Boyswho
Opals, he disclosed, are 40 per cent until! the pigs have been weaned the
i sion of the African laps, for the first arc not going: to college, the
water. As the water ration should contain
I' evaporates the grain about 8
time the flight crosses the frontiers of ONE-YEAR ENGINEERING COURSE
Europe. fire dies, and Doctor Been contended, per cent of the trinity mixture. Hay offered by Bliss Electrical School

.': The flight starts officially on August : all the soaking;: In the world won't should! not he fed .at that time be- worthy of careful investigation.

., ..: 29 with the technical examinations, bring the glow back. cause of Its bulk. Always give the Graduates arc qualified for imme-

,/ 'tWk t / ;4. which last until September 7. This sows free access to salt, and supply diate entry into all branches of the
an abundance of water. See that they electrical industry in work of engineering .
hard trial Includes : Minimum speed,
"mi A4 Will Celebrate 200th ..
character. 42nd begins
letting
exercise: by them In year
: r start and landing within the shortest run a pasture -
.' i stretch, examination of gasoline consumption Birthday of Noted Light or stalk field during good weather. Sept., 26, ,1934. For catalog,

Provide a clean, dry bed for themat address
and dismounting and reassembling Nantucket Mass.
Brunt
; \J4! Point night.-Wallaces' Farmer. tBLSS ELECTRICAL
____ of airplanes. Light, at the entrance to Nantucket SCHOOL

After the round Europe flight, on harbor Is looking;: forward to Its 'two) 5S6 Takoma Ave., Washington D. C. :
September 1C, Is the speed test, always hundredth anniversary. Feeding Smutty Corn

,awaited with great -curiosity. Silage which Is made from smuttycorn
Second In point of
age to Boston
Is harmless to cattle, accordingto
!I Boston Artisan BuildsWorld's Light among lighthouses of the United animal husbandry authorities at PARKER'S -

States the venerable Cape Cod ma- South Dnkotn'stute college. During r HAIR BALSAM,
Helen Black, teacher of social selI Smallest Organ rine lookout was established In 1ISG: KemoveJ Dandrnff-Stcpi Hair! Falling
the this
course of an experiment at pJ Impart Color and
I nce In an Oklahoma City public Boston.-Louis Weir, organist, has and has been rebuilt seven times. station, cows were fed large amount.* Beauty Gray:fgA ::Hair

r.M school, whose small supply of hoarded built what Is believed the smallest or- Keepers Gerald M. Reed and Frank of smutted silage. These cows gained Tk HTsenT 60c Chem and|1 Wk-M ".Patghoguo.N.Y.

gold was seized by government agents. gan In the world-14 Inches wide andS W. Craig, who alternate on 12-hour 2G5 pounds during the feeding periodof FLORESTON SHAMPOO. -Ideal for use the In
BalllAmJdab.
Miss Black's safety deposit box at a Inches high. It can control all the shifts, care for the light itself two 26 days nnd nil were In a thrifty hair connection soft and with flaffy.Parker'60 cents H by mail or at dru
local bank was broken open after she stops of a large console and was range lights, a fog horn, and an automatic condition. In general: appearance the .Hi cox Chemical Works. Patchojrae.N.Y.

refused to accompany officers to the played for the first time by him In a acetylene flashing light. Both cows were more attractive at the close

bank with her key. Boston theater. live with their families nt Brant Point of the trial than at the beginning. WNU-7 '24-34





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'.In the last session of the Senate, '.
the fight .
Arthur Gomez led
against the arsenic bill and every : ::'
A, against the interests -
other bill that was "
of the citrus growers. He .
led the fight for the redistribution .
8. ,, : the tax in favor of
'" )f: of gas money
';%& '!. He led the fight :
t:; ,.v:: the small counties.
A .>> .. ,,,, bill which protects .
VII ": >;: for the Kanner (it
Gt 4. ? the taxpayer from the bondholderand Et
t$1k for every other bill that 'was 8

% ..:it 4 for the interests of Hendry county.
'rry .W e.
.. w : E,. } 1 : ...F r j/r /q ih ,A d. He introduced and had passedthe
(8 Gomez Five Year InstallmentLaw e

I which allows the unfortunate :

fjI taxpayer to redeem his property .
over a period of five years withoutan 0
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outrageous rate of interest and "
g '} c shark (i
':. which put the tax certificate
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record with which even his worst '.C9.
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,,' Here is a man who has been tried
: : and tested. You know what he has : "

: ,:.:. done for you in the past and you
@. ir know what he will do for you if 0
it :dv' :..r .4 you send him back for a second (f)
term. So why gamble on an unknown G
ir',":NA'} ? Vote for,and support Ar'i
I Gomez and will be voting
,thur you .,
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: Because of his tireless efforts in Gomez has won the ezador&ementcf : second term, will continue to fight e
: behalf of the Workmen's Compensation the,: President= of trie; State::: !: Fed for him. If you want a powerful ,
Act, which passed the Senate eralion of Labor, all Fs'; .e'men's friend in the Senate who will con'f

-.u and was killed in the House, Unions and railroad employees. He tinue to serve you and your inter- e
.' and all other legislation for the benefit knows the workingman,. ,under- ests, vote for and support Arthur .

: of the workingman, Arthur stands his problems and: if given a Gomez. '. e

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