The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00482
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00482
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r j CONSTRUCTION WELL Alston Drug Co. Will ENGINEERS DROP B. & B. Grocery Robbed i'OKEECHOBEE -

r Continue

::1 UNDER WAY ON 19 Alston Drug Company DrawingsThe announ- CLOSE GAME TO Here on Monday NightThe COST IS .BOOSTEDSIXTYJMiR

ced this week that because their recent B. & B. Cash Grocery store
drawings were so successful they FORT MYERS 9 was robbed Monday night between the CENT

are repeating for the benefit of their hours of twelve and daylight.The .

Construction was started last many patrons. The same system will Baseball fans of Clewiston store was broken into and the
i I be in effect were
except all
prizes will be
Thursday on the 19 houses being in cash. treated to a very close and exciting robber stole the slot machine and 18 Army: engineers Monday placed the
built in Clewiston by Paul H. Smith cost of completing the Lake
here Okeo-
Wednesday afternoon cartons
With each 25c purchase the between of cigarettes.E. .
patron chobee-Caloosahatchee
contractor of Haines City. The gov- Fort Myers and the U. S. En- flood con
will receive one ticket that B. Butler
will be local trol
ernment houses are being constructed gineers. constable, andC. area at a figure nearly $6-
at an approximate cost of $45,000and good for all drawings including the The S. Pressley, 'employee of the store, 000,000 greater than the estimatessent
hitting of
both teams
must be completed in 60 days. final one, Christmas eve. scarce, Clewiston was trajled the two pair of footprints to : by them to congress in 1930.
Holders of tickets must be pres- getting five hits the canal bank where they recovered In that
There are about 50 skilled car- off of Bolick and I year, the service corps
ent to win of the Myers get- the slot
one prizes. Follow- machine from the water estimated the
cost of
penters and 25 common laborers em- ting four off of the project
ing are the prizes to be Digges. Pete Wilson where the at
i ployed on the job. awarded 'relieved looters had thrown it in $9,692,000, including $2,000-

I The, houses are being constructedon every Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. and Digges allow in the sixth inning their haste after breaking it open and 000 to be. contributed by local inter..
First prize will be $5 in didn't a hit. The only run getting the
; concrete piers and at cash, sec- contents. From there the ests. ,
I .- writing there are four piers already present ond prize will be $2.50 in cash and of the game was scored in the first tracks led to the section house. The I Monday in private memoranda,
inning when
Mathis first
:poured. One concrete pier is poured the third prize will be a week's free man up, footprints were easily followed as the army men figured the ultimate

;, "each day. The houses are being pass to the Dixie Crystal theatre.On walked and scored on two successive one wore sneakers and the sole of 'cost to be $15,300,000, or an increaseof
singles Smith
by and Jeffcoat.
';built primarily for occupation by the first Saturday evening of the other's shoes had an odd imprint. nearly 60 per cent.
f every month the first award will side was able to score' during, the, The constable is A
> '.' the office personnel and their fam- be remainder holding Jim Hol- horizontal increase of 25 per
'; ilies. $50 cash, the' second prize will be of the game. '' !- ley for questioning. As yet a second cent, ascribed to NRA wages and
I '
The wiring contract was awardedto $10 ,and the" third prize will be a The home boys could not con arrest has not been made. hour requirements, accounted for
nect with
: month's free pass to the Dixie Crys- Bolick's delivery ,when j part of the increase. The
R. M. Hare. Mr. Hare other
.. will be as-
( .. tal theatre.On hits would have counted for runs. A
: R 'sisted by Harry Turner. per cent was attributed to subsoil
Christmas Eve four $50 bills number of times they would get Lieut. Goes I conditions
I : The occupants of the houses were Hemenway [ not disclosed by the boringon -
will be given to the four men on but were unable to pro-
I lucky peo- which the original estimates
disclosed this
week and are subjectto were
I I change. ple with the winning tickets. duce the necessary hits to bring a To Blacksburg, Va. made. Model dykes, employing muckas
man over home plate. In ,the eighth
: E., W. Digges and W. S. Cowart a core, proved impractical when
inning "Pop" Walker first
:1 will occupy the houses facing Bal Butler Recovers Goods man up attempts to construct them on a large
for the Engineers, drove a long ,fly Lieut. and Mrs N. L., Hemenwayleft scale were made.
boa Place, the short, street on the Stolen to center field for three bases and the first of July for Blacksburg Funds
by Anglin GangE. on hand
north side of the office of the U. S. was left stranded on third base. Al- Virginia. were said to be
Engineers and the U. S. Sugar Cor- to carry the work throughthe
in the ninth
so inning the Engineershad Lieut. Hemenway has been in summer and fall at
poration. B. Butler returned to Wauchulathe which time
men on second and third base, charge of the Clewiston
sub-office additional
B. C. Flanniken, W. ,G. Raines, M. latter part of the week in an PWA allotments will be
with one ,out, and failed to score.! of the U. S. Engineers for more than, required.The .
; P. Peterson, G. M. McFadden and effort to recover more of the prop- '
by innings: a :year. He left under orders from act of
Major R. H. Collins will occupy the erty stolen here recently by the congress establishingthe

houses facing Ponce De Leon avenue, Anglin gang, when they robbed the TIRE the War Department to become assistant flood control area authorized Its
Engineers 000 000 000 0 5 ,1 ; professor of
military science completion
the street on which the Lawrence, ACL depot, the Clewiston Supply Co., I, I specifying its
Ft. Myers 100 000 000 14-2
and tactics at Virginia Polytechnic cost. The 1930 estimate of $9,692,000
Kolstad and Ezelle the administration offices of
homes lo-
are the U. 'I
Batteries for Fort Myers: Bolick: Institute at Blacksburg. legally is subject to revision
and the
J S.
): cated. Corporation and the Gulf I r
and Allred; Engineers: Digges, Wilson
G. C. ,Poole, I. M. Pafford, Lieut. Refining Company.The and Williamson.Umpires Lieut. Hemenway has ben on ex- $15,300,000 figure or any other

Mills (reserved) and J. W. Moore Anglin brothers, J. T. and tended detail from the regular army amount may be substituted as the
Etherton and Miner.
will occupy the houses facing Royal Hamp, were' arrested in Wauchula I : for three years, being attached to the judgment of the engineers directs. A

Palm, the street on which the Community June 17 in connection with robberies Jacksonville! U. S. Engineer office request for $5,000,000 of additional
,. MacKenzie Adds New I before PWA. funds already is on file and
Church and the Bestor home in six counties. They are said to be coming to Clewiston. a

are. located.! ;\[ wanted in Zolfo Springs, Parrish, Pa- I! Lieut. Hemenway is to report for portion of this amount may be allotted -

Dragline on Their Job duty on or ,about Aug. 1st at V.P.I. when the present funds become
C. F. Trainor, J. B. Dotterer, G. hokee, Moore Haven, Hicoria and
':, '' R. McAuley and R. Smith will occupy Babson Park. J. T. Anglin has only I j but plans a short vacation before goy exhausted next fall. I

; the houses facing: the court. I!I(i recently served a term at the San ..MacKenzie |ling to Virginia to take! up his dutiesat
The : Construction Comr -
, W. 'F. Simpson, A. N. Gallant, A. Quentin prison under the -aliasof the institute William Hooks Bat
;,' I > has added a new dragline on I I
i V. -Sou thard and M. R. Lawler will McGinnis.Mr. .
; their job. The, new machine is a four I
;. occupy, the houses facing on NorthArcade Butler recovered a number of ,460 in Georgia LeagueFriends
avenue. I articles during his search. They were yard Monighau brought over from I Major Repairs Started
Belle Glade from the Canal Dredging
\ i j in the possession of a girl; Pent
Company defunct work. A crew of 10 By Sugar Company
. Olson, a fornier a sociate othe\ of William Hooks, local
men has been hired to operate the
, $40,000 Loss Caused by I Anglins. Chief among the recovered dragline. star pitcher, who has been pitchingfor '

property was $75 worth of ladies' Cordele in the Southwest Georgia
With the exception of about 2,000 July 1st was the opening date for
Fire at Prison CampFire ready-to-wear stolen from the Clew- entire major repairs the U. S. League, will be glad to hear that
yards rightat Clewiston the j on Sugar
I iston Supply Company. The mer- four mile length of this .contract is I Corporation mill, in preparation tot William has gone up higher. He is
chandise was identified by Miss Ul- now pitching in the Dixie League and
that swept the garage and machine under' construction, with approxi- the coming season scheduled to be- "-
; la Jacobson. Also among the property is rated by newspapers as one of
shops of State Prison Farm I' mately 5,000 feet sodded. Sin ,approximately December 1st.
j Mr. Butler returned to the the best pitchers in the League. William's -
\ No.2. near Belle Glade Saturday I Ii I
j(rightful I owners was one fountain pen batting average In the South-
i night, caused a loss of approximately belonging to Mrs. R. C. Nowling, a west Georgia League was 460.

I $40,000, it.was estimated by A. R. !!;! pencil and letter opener belonging to Clewiston Is As lied. ToContribute

Richardson The ause, the was superintendent.undetermined, although -|j'E. R. Fontaine, one fountain pen I Third Bridge.. Is Ready ,

the property of Emmett Shelley, and
it was thought it might have :
i one pencil belonging to F. Deane To Exhibit For Use Road 67
been .caused, by a battery charger but II on
Duff. These were among the articles
no definite idea of its cause was(
taken by the robbers when they loot- --

formed.:The prisoners were all lock- ed the offices of the United States i At the end of this week the third

ed in their quarters at the time. Sugar Corporation. A pair of eye Florida has the largest and most is inevitable that Florida's exhibit bridge on the 67 cut-off from Moore

The fire was discovered by a glasses, belonging to Mrs. Carl Ber- attractive State Exhibit at the Fair, I must close on that date. Haven to Road 25 will be ready for

..' watchman at 11:40 p. m. Prison trusties well with Ford's.and j The Florida exhibit belongs to the traffic. This will leave
ner, were also recovered. ranking Chrysler's: : I only two of
., employees_ the Pahokee and --- General Motor's, as well as I citizens of ,Florida. The commission the bridges around ,which it will be

: Belie Giacie lire departments battled A GREAT LIBERALOne with' many of the foreign govern I is only your servant. The problems necessary to detour.

the blaze, but it had gained such I ment's. It is attracting millions of of the commission, to keep the doorsof The floor of the largest structure,

headway that four tractors, six I of the wisest and most consistent visitors. Florida Hall open, really arc that across the big feeder canal, will

trucks,: ,several automobiles, and a I I liberals in the United Statesis Florida's exhibit at the Chicago your problems. The commission has be finished next week leaving only

large amount of farm machinery and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt; and World's Fair is the only State exhibit been facing these problems for you: I one mere bridge to be floored. This r

shop tools: were damaged before the'flames' ,I Labor thinks it high time that the financed entirely by public' This is really ;your job citizens of ,Cast bridge is the ono dirccly at

;.were checked. The loss isI', fact was recognized and proclaimed. subscriptions. All other State exhibits Clewiston.The Smoak's corner. Piling has been !,

only partially, covered by insurance, II i She takes a tireless interest in are financed through State many benefits derived by driven on this bridge for some time :'
'-' it was said. public affairs. She and writeson and Traffic has useda
f/tIiAp.. L.' speaks treasury appropriations. Florida from last year's participation girders placed.
I -- I i a dozen subjects; and invariably, Florida World's, Fair commission, temporary flooring over these girders .j
I! in the Century of Progress arc
XEWDEAUTY PARLOR OPEN she not only "says something" but consisting of a group of private cit- but work;: was started this weekon

I' I I! says it for the benefit of humanity.. izens appointed by Governor Sholtz, known to everyone in Florida. The construction of a detour bridge.

: Miss Helen Winfields from Jacksonville I "We must learn to work together began four' months ago to raise 1933 Florida exhibit focused atten- With a large crew of men and a

I beauty expert, arrived here'-all of us, regardless of race, creed funds with which to maintain Florida's tion of the entire nation on Florida big fleet of trucks still at work on

: Tuesday and will take over'management |i or color," she declared at the re- improved exhibit at the 1931World's Because of the exhibit, five and r the surfacing, this work is progress-

of the new beauty parlor re- cent conference on education. "We Fair. quarter column miles of publicity! ing rapidly and should be entirely

cently opened in the rear of, Chris I must wipe out the belief that any Since March 1st, funds have been were given Florida through the press! : complete by the time all of the

tian's Barber Shop. one group can go ahead alone. We secured to enable the 1934 com m 1s- of the nation during a 180 day period I bridges are ready for use

Mr. Christian has recently purchased I j go ahead together, or we go down to- sion to rehabilitate the entire exhibit, last summer. There were scores ofj I ., --_._-

entire new equipment for the 1gether. I I double the Exposition space, Installa national radio roadc sts. Florida I :NEWSPAPER QUALITIES,

311: shop including. a permanent waving 'I I I "In a democracy, the one important I II cooling system, add many carloadsof surely "stole the show" and got the

: r machine. I I I thing is to see as far as- possible that new attractions, and greatly im- ,national "spotlight" of publicity. I Some of qualities which must

\I I every 'child receives at least the best prove practically every feature. All Mayor F. Deane Duff hao. been ap- I characterize a decent newspaper are

: NEGRO DROWNS IN LAKE I education that he is able as assim material used last year was retouched pointed by Governor Sholtz as Chair- listed in a letter printed in a recent

-- 1 ilate. to look like new. What is more man of Clewiston. I issue of a trade-journal. "The mak-

James Jackson, colored, who was I' "We must not deny any part of outstanding, Florida's exhibit was Send in your Investment today. ing of the paper itself requires
;_ employed by the C. Y. Thomason the population the opportunity for at the right time" charity at
practically the only one of all the (This is not a donation, this' is the J courage
Company on drainage culvert No. 2 more enjoyment in life, even if it States which was ready for scheduled best Investment you have ever been I nil times What Is the rquaro) thing

at Clewiston: was drowned Monday means that in some places there is opening on May 2Cth. asked to make.) Names of piibscrlb- and what is the l ent thing' for tho

f In Lake Okeechobee. :I not quite so much concentrated This year every feature of the ers will be printed In the Clewlstor :| community should: ever be uppermost

,, Jackson, immediately: after eating wealth." In the mind of the editorial direc
exhibit has been improved. Florida's News during the period July 1 to 15. ::

lunch, went in for a- swim and t waG i: Her courage equals her wisdom attractions are better displayed. An Do not dela '. This is not tho tor. Keep a sense of humor and

seized with cramps. A number' of his and devotion. Apparently she never attendance equal in numbers to the Governor's Job, it is not the job for be kirid to overybody. The job

fellow workers' stood on the 4 bank thinks bf dodging the issue. Praised population of the State, has already I j(I Lorenzo A. Wilson, Chairman of the of running a nowspnper requires not

and watchedhim', drown not knowing for her daring in flying about the visited Florida Hall since its open- i I World's Fair commission. It Is the only enormous patience, but grnitluunnn
that he was in distress. |I she said "That does not II of unc1'r ending and endless industry
country, : ing on May 20th. In other words Job of everybody in the State ,
The body was sent to Macon, Ga., I require courage. Flying is com paraI over million and a half people have r Florida. It is your job. Thirty thou- if it Is to ho done right. The

;::;.l% for burial.; j lively safe. But it does require cour- seen the real Florida as depicted in sand dollars in cash must be raised!' real businers of a newspaper is protecting

G. age to stand up and say what you Chicago.A immediately in thi; State of Floridato the public from outrages
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield think." exhibit from and from rich high
I grave emergency:! has arisen. Injure keeping the open. politicians' ;

left this week for Zaneeviiif, Ohio Ani&rica is fortunate+ to hivvs that\ Thera {h cash available to Keep th$ Your eubseriBtiOfl Will help, !3(1nd6Uli blmleru: who Ijvo a* mug leaders ofMm

where Mr, f Hhfiffleld lift* bren tl1 lirsI : 1 itIiid\ i+t woman In Whll !Tights in euWbilifllty\ [ Wilful IRii e>' Ufl YOtlr .
J I' tji! $ 1 exhibit!!: [ 6Prii& fliiiy, \HfitH! \ A\ii\ i. tfni generous Jnvcntnioiii. !,.. ..,t l Its J thtl .. ; ." *
1t'f1iila -L[ lQf) \ 1i1tIVitip( l} \ Un( fite i: !!; fif?tN B !mW t! l! It E e"t tjn f't tj: (I\vlttt11' \

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"It Is a practice that will continue" Busy Potato Flea

of Current he added firmly. And the professor POULThYIAci7s"
Review Halted
News around him started, the' vigorous applause Is Easily ,

which followed.

Over Later on he evoked further applause :
'. Events the when he said: "I.couldn't tell you the Sprays and Dusts Are Best.

party affiliations of the majority of :
Suited for Control of
people holding,responsible positions In

:J Washington,, and It Is a mighty good BLACKHEAD BATTLE Bothersome Pest.

Congress Quits, Having Done'Most Things the President thing That I evening cannot"Mr. Roosevelt boardedthe WON BY PREVENTION The potato -flea beetlea a tiny,

'Asked-Steel Strike Postponed-Roosevelt's Daughter presidential yacht Sequoia and plump, shiny black Insect about as
proceeded slowly) to New London,
long as the diameter of the lead In a
in Nevada Presumably for Divorce.By I Conn., to witness the boat races be- Treatment Necessary While :
pencil and slightly narrower In width. -
tween Harvard and Yale. His son, '
Birds Are Youngs"By ; The presence of flea beetles may be
Franklin, Jr., was one of the Harvard I
easily detected by the peculiar perforated -
EDWARD freshman crew After the regatta the
L. E. Cline Extension Service, Unlver- appearance of the Injured
by Western Newspaper Union.AFTER .. President motored to the family home Ity of Nevada.-WNU Service. ':
In of serious damage
at Hyde Park, N. Y., to remain over Blackhead,;dread disease of turkeys, foliage. cases ,"'
the labor provisions It Is Impossibleto to leaves by this pest says writer In
several days of hectic work, by the week end.CHANCELLOR. can be prevented 'by holiday bird '
make a profit unless a minimum the Wisconsin) Agriculturist, the leaves
through the last measures growers, but Its cure Is very .
Is established and enforced. look as If they had been riddled by
labeled "must" by the administrationand price HITLER has ,been and not practical. Preventive measures -, "
In Its appended explanation the code shot. The beetle hops like a flea which -.
demandedby ,
a host of other bills hard knocks re-' are successful If Intelligently
authority challenged the validity of very gives it Its name. During the warm ', .
various members, the Seventy-third cently. Vice Chancellor Franz von and persistently carried out when the
action General Johnson, 'con- days of June and July Is the time to
session. this by
congress closed Its second Papen delivered himself of a vigorous birds are young and the cost' Is negli-
watch for this pest and use the sprays
this session tinuing:
The measures passed during 'crItIcism of the gible., Now Is the time to take them.
of the basic laws "We cannot believe that you would and dusts best suited for its control. ;
include some more radical experiments essential for
and considerable'elaboration knowingly countenance a reckless dis- Sanitary measures are Flea beetles feed on a large varietyof
of the New Deal of the Nazi "
be depended
modification of laws regard of repeated promises and assur- control, but cannot plantsbut are most troublesome "
and regime, and Its "ex- i is to
to authorized representatives entirely, so the next precaution tomatoes
last In addition to the ances given 'on cucumbers, potatoes,
passed appropriation year bills and a nor- of the trade by the administrator cesses and arrogance. render harmless so far' as possible any egg plants, radishes, and cabbage,

regular weeks of the Alluding to the.pagan Infection taken Into the young turk'sbody. ."
mal amount of necessary routine legis- personally within two and are believed to be responsible :
revival, Von Papen
lation. date on which he played a major role for the spread of certain diseases. In

As In the first session, President In their breach." said not : exclude"Germans them-must #: Practical prevention of blackhead, July or August a second brood may ", ;;

Roosevelt was In full control, thoughthe The code was consented to, says the selves from the society lies in keeping the turkey flock free of play1' havoc with potatoes, tomatoes,

legislators displayed a more crit- memorandum, "on the express under- of'Christian cecum worms, which act ,as Intermediate and egg plants.Fortunately .
ical attitude and a tendency to give standing" that the minimum price tions." The hosts, and this can be done with flea ,beetles dislike leaf
proposed legislation closer scrutiny and other trade practice, 'provIsions delivered at Marburg, pulverized tobacco la a simple and in- surfaces covered with any foreign :v...

It their approval. This; "were absolutely necessary If mem- Count expensive way. dusts -
before giving was kept out'of the material, 'such as sprays or ; -
could not be attributed to a lesseningof bers of the trade were to comply with German but the- Nadolny. When 'the young birds,are three to and If treatments are made before *'

the President's Influence or of the other provisions of the code, Includingthe German press people re d'It in Swiss pa- four weeks old, add two pounds of serious injury occurs and If the leaf

confidence in him, but rather to the limitations on maximum hours powdered tobacco to each 100 pounds : surfaces are thoroughly coated the
pers, and then learned that President :
fact that the members of congress and minimum wages of labor." The the tobacco --
Paul von Hindenburg had sent yon of starting mash, feeding insects are easily held In check. Since
dtdn't wish' longer to be labeled as suspension of the minimum price provision 'a" of mixture exclusively, except for the the adults appear suddenly and work
Papen telegram congratulation. ,
"yes men." On the whole Mr. Roose- Is pronounced "a deprivationof feed water, and
what he Immediately after this !Incident usual supply of green fast ,It, Important to keep a close
succeeded In getting code to
velt benefit of the
the primary
he did Count Rudolf Nadolny announced his milk.: watch on the field or garden to detect -
asked and In preventing. what members of the trade, leaving them for '
resignation as German ambassador to The tobacco mixture is given 't the: ,first! signs of Invasion.

not wantSeveral measures that had the back- only the burdens. Russia. This was the first defection I two full days, followed, on the morn- 1 Calcium arsenate In bordeaux mixture -

the administration 'failed of from Nazi government ranks since Dr. Ing of the third day, by a physicof Is_ regarded as the safest and

passage.Ing of These Included the oil bill, SECRETARY OF WAR DERN receiveda ana Alfred Hugenberg resigned as minister one pound of epsom ,salts to each 'most effective spray, 'while 'tobacco

ardently desired by Secretary Ickes; have agriculture and economics In June, five gallons of water or milk. The' dust with lime of a calcium arsenate

the pure food and drug bill, which unanimous report from a house investigating 1933. Nadolny's' resignation'is attributed birds should be forced to drink. the und monohydrated copper sulfate dust

ratification committee demanding that salts solution "for about two hours.'. vith lime are recommended among the
never came to a vote; the I to his failure to persuade. Chancellor -

of the St Lawrence waterway treaty: ; Maj." Gen. BenjaminD. Hitler to accept Russia's proposal This eliminates the blackhead organ- *ust preparations?
Foulols be removed -
and a series of amendments amplifying for a non-aggression ,pact The Isms and the cecum worms.

and clarifying' the powers of as chief of"with' the, count Is a close 'personal friend of Once a month until the turkeys are Leaf Hopper Is Blamed _
arm'y air'
corps ,
the AAA.In I President von Hindenburg. at least four months old,. the treat-
The report AlfalfaThe
Its closing hours the congress out delay. Late dispatches from Berlin say HIt- ment should be repeated. While be- for Stunting <

spent money like water Indulging in accused the gen-" ler has rejected Von Papen's offer to ing ,purged and for the day following, yellowing and stunting of the --
eral of "dishonesty,
what Congressman Britten of Chicago resign and' has made a temporary the birds should be kept warm to prevent second growth of alfalfa so prevalent ,'

called "an orgy of spending such as "gross misconduct" "Inac-, truce with him. ,Both of them arranged colds and piling up. Immediate- last year was not due to ""sun burn" '
the history "Inefficiency, -'
,never has been known In to confer with the President ly after each treatment the pens and as commonly anticipated but to an In ,
.f the world' during peace times. The of curacy" Neudeck, but not at the same time. houses should be thoroughly cleaned. sect: foe of alfalfa, according to L. F.",.
last of tbemajor ,bills, disposed ity, "Incompetency
and nismanagement. Only fresh tobacco' of a guaranteed Graber, University of Wisconsin au ,
were: '
The deficiency appropriation bill,' ." JAPAN was obviously pleased re-: nicotine content of l1per cent and' thority on alfalfa.

allotting the President more than two Gen. Foulols After praising the when the 'American fleet kept In sealed containers should be "This Insect, the leaf hopper," said:

billion three hundred million dollars 'oung men" who fly army planes un- was moved from the Pacific to the At- used. \Graber. '''Isa: tiny but potent foe of

for relief and other: emergency pur- der Foulols' direction, the report, con- lantic, but It will not be so glad to alfalfa causing stunting and marked

hear that the fleet Is to return to the yellowing.of the second growth, yet -

poses.The one billion dollar housing bill cluded"We:,find It necessary to report that, Pacific about, November, when all its Eggs in Water' Glass Is Infestations and Injury are easily con

to promote the revival of the building we are most firmly convinced, from maneuvers have been completed. Pre- Good Plan for StorageEggs trolled. Our findings have definitely ;

trades' and of the durable goods In-, the evidence and records submitted, sumably there will 'be an attempt In earthenware -, shown that the simple expedient of A'
: best stored In
dustries. :* substantial progress passing through the Panama canal, to are : : delayed cutting of the first crop .Is the
that before
any In the cellar or other
The FrazIer' bill for relief of farm in the upbuilding of the morale and break the' 47-hour record made In the vessels. effective. remedy."
cool place., For this purpose, saysWallaces' '
mortgagors. J materiel of the army air corps can be spring. Farmer, thorough'ly'clean It' Is hard to 'believe but nevertheless -

The bill amending banking'legisla- attained, Maj. Gen. Benjamin D. Secretary Swanson says the navy's crock. true that a matter of deferring
and scald a five-gallon
tion. Foulois 'must be relieved from his construction' program will be pushed" cutting of the first growth from six to

The railway labor bill. tiWILLIAM position as chief of the air corps." ahead with $40,000,000 obtained from ,with Mix one-half four' and gallon one-half of gallons,water of glass wa- twelve days will Increase 'the seasonal-

:' -- the public works administration. Six yields by as much as a ton per acre ,

GREEN. ,president of OOLLUSIVE bids on city suppliesand new submarines and fourteen'estroy- ter that has been boiled and allowed because It reduces the number of leaf:.

will 'up most of this sum. to cool to room temperature, and pourit the next
Federation of La- contracts are ended by the ers use solution ; hoppers that will appear in
Into the crock. Into this
ber, succeeded where President Roosevelt recognition, by the NRA administration fresh Infertile growth, Graber asserted.
clean strictly
;, Administrator Johnson and all that NRA code regulations are TERRORISTS In Cubaho have place as Leafhoppers do not appear In the
from day to day, they are
., others had failed. He unworkable in dealings with municipaland up continual trouble eggs to first growth until spring and by deferring .

appeared 'before the other governmental agencies. An for the Mendieta ,administration, precipitated gathered. Keep on adding eggs 'the cutting until about the end
4( f within two inches of the top"of the
delegates of the steel executive order has been Issued exempting bloody warfare In Havanaby of June the Insect will lay? the bulk of'

workers' unions at contractors, manufacturersand making an unprovoked atack on a liquid. Its eggs In the first growth so_that

Pittsburgh and, per- merchants from the most Impor- parade of 35,000 members of the ABC, Dirty eggs should never be stored they may be removed In and with the

suaded them at leastto tant of the code restrictions in all I the Island's largest secret political so- I'D this way, nor should any attempt hay. This protects the next crop, he
their' ciety. The radicals, ambushed in be made If dirty, to clean them.
postpone state
transactions with federal, orcityor declared.
F.- threatened strike. The othdr subdivisions of government cross streets, opened fire with ma- Washing an egg',removes the natural

plan which he offered, chine guns, pistols, sawed-off shotgunsand protective covering which prevents

and which may 'lead divorce In I the Roose- rifles, mowing down scores of the spoiling. Also watch every egg put Glean Farming Kills ,Bugs

to a permanent settle- ANOTHER. is ,Impending. Mrs. marchers and many bystanders. About away, to see that the shell containsno The most effective way of combatIng -

a dozen were killed outright. The cracks whatsoever. This Is very Insect pests In large'fields, where
ment of the contro- Anna Dall, the daughter of the Presi-
L '>. ....- ttfev* ABC members fought valiantly with the use of in-
In brief Important. high costs may prohibit ,
versy, proEarl.1. dent, has taken up residence In Ne-
their revolvers and with clubs and In this manner follow good farm prac-
vides: vada with the evident Eggs may be stored secticides, Is to

Forbeck Establishment of a though ,not yet declared -' stones. Later the fighting spread and be kept until November or December tices, which call for clean fields, prop-
taking -
three-man board by the President to purpose of throughout the city, the students When removed, and they are to be erly prepared and fertilized seedbeds,

adjudicate and mediate all violationsof seeking legal separation sides with the terrorists. furlo'ubattle boiled, a small hole should be made and tested seeds, says Lee A. Strong,
few hours before this
Only a
code on matters of discrimination from" her hus- Mendieta narrowly with a pin In one end of the egg, to federal entomologist These methods

against employees. band, Curtis Dall escaped, President death at the hands of the prevent the shell from cracking In may halt an outbreak at the start, and % '

To Insure the right of workers: to New York broker. The terrorists. A bomb was exploded be- the cooking process. also encourage' the growth of robust -

organize, empowering the board to Us.6 more capable of resisting Insect
news was no surpriseto hind his chair during a luncheon at a plants
hold and supervise Industrial elections changes In routine
the fam- J attack.
friends of naval base the bay from Havana
'for collective bargaining representatives. across Why Eggs May Be Dark which deprive, insectsof
ily. The Dalls have and he was badly wounded In farm, operations

.,' not been living together the legs and arms and severely shocked. Many amateur poultry keepers are food or, shelter at critical) periodsIn
All grievances or complaints wouldbe when also play an Important -
for a year, Two naval officers were killed and ten surprised and sometimes alarmed their life cycles
referred to the board for'final de --- .........
cision. Anna and their two Mrs. Anna: others were wounded by the blast they find their eggs changed in color. part In this war.

children, "SIstle" and This change is' seen In both the color
If acceptable to labor, capital and Dall -
"Buzzie" 'resIding in and the yolks. The yolk
the federal government the strike T ADY ASTOR, the Americanbornmember of the whites Producing.MilkSeveral

would be called off permanently. the White House., of the British parliament;, Is frequently of a much darker yellow, hundred cow-testing association

Leaders of the "rank' and file" For the'six months she must remainIn has done a lot of bright things' and and the poultry keeper thinks there Is records from Indiana herds show

steel workers, Including Earl J. Nevada Mrs. Dall has selected a some stupid ones. In the latter category something seriously wrong. NothingIs that on the average it takes 54 poundsof
cabin the shores of Lake Tahoe, the same
log on have
Forbeck and other chiefs of local comes her action In Plymouth at wrong, and the eggs sIlage 26 pounds of hay and 32
some fifteen miles from the house the lighter '
unions w.ere especially bitter In their a ceremony In memory of Sir Francis quality and food value as of grain to produce 100 pounds
where her brother, Elliott, lived a change Is due, ,to pounds
attitude toward General Johnson, and Drake. She grabbed from a -midshipman colored eggs. of milk with the average 400poundcow ;?
year ago, when he and the former store
were still eager for a strike but they Elizabeth Donner of Philadelphia were of the American battleship Wyoming two causes. First, the hens the winter up states G. Williams, Purdue unI-

were outnumbered and the Green plan a wine-filled goblet and threw much coloring matter during feed prices the
At present
dlv orced.PRESIDENT versity.
; to
was adopted as a basis for further ne- I the :wine Into the river, saying: "I months and this Is released cost Is approximately 448 cents."' With

gotiations. The union leaders went to cannot understand why men will leave egg yolk when warm weather comes. the 200-pound cow it takes 81

Washington for a final decision. They ROOSEVELT 'ent'up home for this beastly stuff.:" Second. the succulent green grass, average of.hay and
New Haven Conn., for pounds of silage, 48 pounds
carried to the Yale Increase the
authority to call the strikeIf avidly
weeds, etc., eaten of
100 pounds
for .
of grain
; and 42 pounds
the commencement was presented
peace plan were rejected by the matter In the system. '
government or the steel operators with the highest honor:' the university BEGINNING July 1, the air mail milk.

can bestow, the degree, of doctor of will' be six cents an

IN' A formal letter, accompanied by laws. After ,the ceremony he attended ounce, flat The old rate was eight ,Poultry HejpsThe i *Wood for Fuel

long explanation, the code au- a luncheon of alumni and took occasIon cents the first ounce and 13 cents for turkey: Is the lone native already I Many farms have a good woodlot

thority of the cleaners and dyers has:: to challenge the critics of hisNew each additional ounce. The reduction domesticated In 1617 by Fernandez that provides an ample supply, of fuel

notified the President that It has withdrawn Deal and especially those who was announced by the Post Office de- along the coast of Yucatan. for winter needs Some of these are.

Its consent to the code. The make: fun of the "brain trust. partmentHENRIK being destroyed through improper cut

reason assigned for this action is'that "It Is true," he told his hearers, and If high quality Is to be maintained, ting. Trees which are defective,,trees, l

Administrator Johnson, acting by au- there was obvious in his voice a note SHIPSTEAD won renom- eggs should be gathered frequently, which overtop valuable young growth I .

thority of the President suspended the of defiance, "that today, more than In Minnesota as theFarmerLabor kept dry and stored In >a cool place. and softwood trees which have lIttle. '

minimum price and other fair trade ever before in our public life, we are candidate for they UnIt- value for lumber should be used for

practice provisions of the code whileleaving calling on the 'teaching profession for ed States senate. He will be opposedat Flock records show that the early fuel. A crooked stick burns as good

In effect all other provisions, assistance In our government. There the polls by 'Congressman EInar hatched chicks return more money to a straight one and good trees should i

Including those establishing minimum, have been certain ribald. commentsand Holdale, Democrat, and N. J. Holm- farmer than chicks hatched later In as he a left for timber and should be given,

wages and maximum hours of labor. some laughter about the use of berg Republican.. The Farmer-Labor- to toy to develop.
the for they begin ergs possible chance 0
The cleaners and dyers say that brains In the national government, but Ites also renominated GOT. Floyd B. year higher. every
with operating costs greatly Increased It seems' to me a pretty good practice. Olson. when prices

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I the farmer finds a meteorite on
LJ his land, he may be able to sell It
I Queen Anne Lace I I II Lincoln for enough to' pay off his mortgage,

Cause of Humiliations.. according state to Ralph geologist W.of Stone Pennsyl-, assistant --

Genius vania. Museums have paid as highas
.'Bell Syndicate.-\VNTJ Service. $5 to $10 a pound for meteorites..
I By Frances Parkinson Keyes I . . __ I I I I I I 1,1 I One Pennsylvania farmer'paid off

By ED HOWE the mortgage on his farm with the .
\ = = money realized from the sale of a
Prances Parkinson Kcyes WNU Service. ABRAHAM LINCOLN was Presid-ent meteorite which he'found.. Between
during critical time worried
t. a ; and
15,000,000 and 20,000,000 meteorites

.. ......................................................no uno u no w a good deal. He once said : "If enter the earth's atmosphere every
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I 24 hours, but most of them are
; .. XIIContinued29 bed us she often did now that she harsh sound, something like a what I have !had to undergo I, could burned up by the friction of passing
was ,so far from strong, but when be. smothered growl arose from Neal's I find it In my heart to pity Satan him through the atmosphere before they
Anne !\finally promised that she would reached the Colonial chamber which throat. As he had foreseen, the cam self. strike the earth.-Popular Mechanics
talk to Neal about going away ; but she had made so beautiful, she was palgn had been a bitterly hard one. He. Still Lincoln was far better off than Magazine
Neal, like most men. and especially_ not there either. Well then she must had borne the brunt of it ,bravely, almost -, I'' millions of his fellow citizens during
be Sol and Sam with their the Civil war. Think of the thousands
helping election
like most husbands, while deeply con buoyantly, but on nighthe
French. She often did that too- had 'and of good Union men starved In LIbby
cerned over acute Illness: did not re -astonishing suddenly collapsed leavinghis
gard convalescence as a serious mat how she had mastered' It' headquarters, had come home, refusing and Andersonville prisons; of the hun- DO YOU SUFFER
ter. Now that she was up and dressed. He couldn't get a can of hot' water to see-anyone or even to speak dreds of thousands who were targetsfor
now that she went out for a short himself If the steward who happenedto with anyone but 'Anne. If the telephone enemy bullets ; of the millions who
wait him didn't speak English rattlesnake suffered war privations. Lincoln was FROM NEURITIS?
ride In the motor every day now that on had been a coiled
he saw her supervising Nancy's fall clever Anne was-and better every ready to strike at him. he could not at least occupying a public office' pay-
wardrobe with Interest and shepherdIng year-a great credit to him. He never have manifested a greater horror at" ing $50,000 a year, and lived in a
t her brothers Into the social field. would have got where he had without the suggestion of touching It. So tak- palace provided at public expense. American and European Scientists

: now that he heard her discussing dinners her. Complacently, he went to sleep.In ing her place beside it, Anne-sat wait- Whether his judgment was good or Agree That'Mineral
t with Alphonsine. he assumed that the morning when he woke;: she Ing for the tidings which sooner or bad, his salary went on, and all the
i she was "perfectly all right." and lay as usual, beside. him her curls later would come. Tidings of victory! time he was accumulating great fame. Water Is Beneficial
said so. tumbled over the pillow, one'slim bare tidings of defeat. She had no way of The war hopelessly ruined many mil-
r But In the succeeding weeks he arm thrust under her head. He never guessing which they were to be. She' lions, but made Lincoln rich and
; watched her with secret anxiety: She guessed that she had 'spent most of only knew that she must he' there famous.
q I was-he was reluctantly forced to admit the night walking blindly beside the when they came. That until then she We have heard of the poverty of

; to himself-very thin, very white Potomac river, regarded with an anxious must comfort, cheer, cajole, 'caress- his widow ; I read the other day she People spend hundreds of millions
.-ffj and very listless. He tried to find satisfactory curiosity by 'an occasional watch In the gathering dusk her ,hands was a rich woman when she. died ; and of dollars every year going, to the
i explanations for this : of ful policeman and with covetous misunderstanding clasped tightly in her lap, she reviewed how little she deserved I II great mineral water health resorts of
: I course the loss of the haby had been a by an' occasional night the months that had passed ,have no sympathy for the woes of Europe and America.
shock to her; but she would recover prowler. But there was something since that' night 6f desperation when. statesmen on the public payroll. From .Many of these people have to travel
\ from that. Of course she had suffered about her that kept both from approaching bruised and bleeding, she had walked 1800 to 1S64 millions of Americanshad thousands of miles. Many of them
-' were suffering untold pain from
: I a good deal of pain ; but after 'all, her her-something almost tin slowly along the Speedway confessing bad l luck that Abraham Lincoln "rheumatic" aches, from arthritis
might have their share of luck.
constitution was good, she ought to herself beaten vowing that since she good from neuritis, from gout. Others
have excellent powers of recupera had tried so,hard and failed she ,would During his four years In the White suffered from certain stomach ailments
tion. But did she? It began to lookas House, Lincoln should have dally acid
never try any more ; and then suddenly or excess or sluggishnessor
If she did not. About the middle of miraculously, finding the strengthto thanked the gods, Instead, complaining. a general rundown condition.
November quite as if It were ,his own vow that she had only just begunto .. I had an uncle George, with a The scientific' and medical records
wife and at home who of Europe and America show that a
Idea advanced for the,. first time he fight. Turning from, the gray Potomac young baby ,
had hard luck at very large,percentage of these people
said a little gravely he thought It Pittsburgh Landingthat
she had walked beside the still
would be a'good plan for her to havea Abraham I.incoln might get $[)O,- gained blessed relief and help by
pool in, which the columns of the Lincoln these natural mineral water treat
change of air. 000 a year and endless fame.
memorial lay reflected'In the ments.
"It's nice and cool In Quebec; he ItI ItIs *
ghastly light. There was peace there Today, however, you do not have
told Anne. -peace not to be found In the rushing Let any man think of the greatest 'to travel long distances to partake of
"It's nice and cool In Washington dL river. She sat down on the bank and degradations and humiliations throughout the healthful qualities of fine natural
tow," retorted Anne. clasped her hands over her eyes. Slow- his life, and I believe he must mineral water. You do not even have
"Well could have decide at the bottom of most to pay the excessive cost of having it
you gone away ly, surely her sanity seemed to re sex was
sooner If you had wanted to, couldn'tyou turn-her balance to be restored. Go of them. It is the one thing we should tainers.shipped to For you Crazy in quart Water or gallon Crystals] con-
?" he asked almost grimly. "You endeavor to subdue and regulate, yetit
e back to Hinsboro, humbled and )iumill- bring ,to your own home the precious
said you didn't care-" i ated, with Neal's career Involved is the, thing we regulate least, and minerals of one of the world's fine
"I didn't and I don't unless you Never, never, never Confess that a let run wild. Our social system, our mineral waters in crystal form at a
could come too-" ': -- iv e' filthy periodical had the ,power to literature, encourage wildness in sex great saving in expense.
"Just before -the opening of con- challenge her good 'name? Her dead rather-than: regulation. The man bull To Crazy Water Crystals absolutely -
gress? My dear girl you know that Is l' baby seemed to rise from his gra've, Isforever permitted to bellow his nothing is added. All you do is
impossible. I am so driven at this forbidding her. She shook the tears lust Instead of locking him up until add Crazy W ter Crystals to' your

time of the year I hardly know which from her eyes, threw back her, head his services are needed. And insteadof drinking mineral water water and which you has have benefited a great

way to turn. Besides 1'"If and walked towards home. trying to keep him quiet, the objects millions.If .
"Besides yon feel that this year If 1'r' of his bellowing aggravate him
"State Headquarters? Yes, Mrs. Con- you, or any"of your friends, suf.
you went away at all. you ought to go r rad speaking for Senator Conrad-two all they can. 'fer from "rheumatic" aches or painswe
to HInshoro?" wards In Belford have gone for Fletcher suggest you investigate Crazy
t Neal hesitated, then drew In his I Lose Belford I Am Lost." by a large majority. Thank you. An envious dull man once said Water Crystals at once. Just ask any
I ,(::; breath and spoke with the air of one Yes." genius Is insanity, and other dull men of the millions of people who have
who was preparing for a deep plunge. earthly-something wholly tragic. The Out In the hall again. Neal seized have made the saying famous., It was given them a full and fair trial and
"Yes" he said at length "I 1 do. 1 slimy serpent of slander bad crossed her arm and spoke before she could do never true, for genius has always you will realize how beneficial sufferers. they
have decided to run for the senate. I her path as It Crosses ,the path of almost so. "I heard you.: The first two wards meant special ability. There are mil have The been standard to so many size box costs only

would never he satisfied If I didn't and every man and woman' of destiny they have heard from If I lose Bel- lions of geniuses ; thousands climbingto $1.50 and makes enough mineral water
that means, a real fight. I ought to And in the first hour of her ford I am lost." distinction; hundreds to great dis- for several weeks treatment. Crazy
have got started at it sooner. Of agony-it seemed to her that her feet "You haven't lost it What do two tinction. I have known several prom- Water Co., Mineral Wells, Texas.
course the man that's In has certain would never touch clean earth again.. wards amount to in a' city? Nothing, ising c candidates In small towns whereI
I advantages, hut (Fletcher who is almost i 4 nothing at all ." have lived. Among cats, dogs, cattle,
certain to 'oppose me has mil- "Yes, this Is Mrs. ,Conrad speakingNo Back to the telephone.0 and the lower animals generally a
lions behind him where I have thou- Senator Conrad cannot come to "Yes-Mrs.: Conrad, speaking. Oh scrub never won a blue ribbon, but It'
sands, and he owns the biggest news- the telephone. Oh, thank you, Mr. the report from the third ward-two Is characteristic In the human family
paper In the state. I do think. Anne, Baker, I'll take the figures-yes, I haveIt hundred eighty-six to ninety-five In favor that scrubs oftener achieve great dIs- ater aTRs.S) -
yon sometimes overlook the Importanceof right, I think-Conrad_ thirty-two, of my husband? Yes-"I will tell tinction than thoroughbreds. Probably -
P keeping In touch with state affairsIn Fletcher seventeen." himNeal, did you hear that? Yon this comes about because there Is .are for sale by dealers displaying z
your desire not to miss anything Anne hung up the receiver and went have carried the third',ward in Belford 'no stud 'book among men. Goethe had the red and green Crazy Water
here. You are kind to every one who swiftly from the library to the shadowy almost three to' one." fourteen mistresses and no great Crystals sign. Get a box today. ,

comes to Washington but you're not at hall. In the dimness she could "Well, until I hear from the north of progeny.
home a ,great: deal. Now if you could barely see Neal standing near the the state, that won't reassure me Mozart attracted attention all over .
get to Hinsboro early this spring ." door, his white face strained and tense. much ." Europe as a musician when six years
"I can. I 'ilt""And She walked over to him and put her "Headquarters calling. Figures old. Before he died at thirty-five he

make up your mind for a hand on his arm. from Chaselford Summerd'ale, Med-: had written symphonies and operas DID YOU
heavy summerexert'yourself.'' Don't "Mr. Baker has Just telephoned from field-just about a wash-out Mrs. Conrad now performed somewhere every weekIn ::
act like a high-brow. A little of that Bakerfield:" she said gently. "The Would you care for the exact the year. EVER SEE
stuff you tried to hush up-teachIng vote Is thirty-two for you_ and seven- figures?" He never sat down to display his 1 A WORM r
school living in a tenement and doing teen for Fletcher." (TO CONTINUED.) genius that he was not disturbed by a
your own washing-has Its points. bill collector, by the, screaming of a O RUNNING ? '
And In one of the sensational sheets % &*tt&* z tt* r. pppp ;.c. r woman in labor, a row with relatives,

you are pictured as an Impudent aggressive or some other Incident of love affairs.
Ignorant little climber The Plan Spiral Scheme to Store AutosTo Had he been as free to devote his If your child has Wormsor

l .... stories are terribly distorted. I know time to music as "Relgh Count" was to Tapeworm, one single dose
.. but there Is a Brain of truth In them solve the parking problem In Its of the car parking and traffic prob- devote' his time to winning races, there of 'DEAD SHOT' Dr. Peery's
and they are not doing me any good." heavy traffic centers, Londo nrchI !- lem, which already has become a seri- is no telling what heights Mozart Vermifuge will drive them out.

Anne sat very still. "An ignorant. tects propose the erection c' towering ous menace to the development of might have easily reached. Many pam- Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOTVermifuge
Impudent, aggressive little climber-" I structures patterned after 'buildings property, apart from the question ,of pered race horses have won a quarterof
So that was the way she appeared to in ancient Assyria, according to a safety of the traveling public. a million dollars in two years.
her enemies and Neal's. The perseverance writer in the Dally Telegraph. "Where two or more such buildings Mozart received less than a thou-
the patience the self-sacrIfice. Contending that the outside spiralon faced one another across the street, sand dollars from "Figaro," "Don
which had enabled her to grow from many of the larger Assyrian build- balcony might be linked to balconyand _Giovanni," and the Requiem, and when
50o n bottle at druggists or
a raw little country girl Into a well- Ings was not a stairway but a ramp so bring into being the prophetic he died, was so poor his funeral cost VTilshVB Fill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City.iTCHinq .
developed self-assured woman were for their chariots to be driven up and vision of overhead roadways" under five dollars.
Ignoble rather than admirable Quail. down the writer says: .
I *ties when viewed. with unfriendly eyes. "Before many months have passed, Hercules Was First Except In the case of the late Thomas SKin
.; She felt 'as if something cold and Edison I do not at the moment
we may see erected in London not a The so-called "airplane spin," much
-s., sharp had to her American who became Wherever it occurs on the bodq-horn-
penetrated heart and another
tower of Babel but a great shop or fancied by some modern wrestlers, recall sensitive the parts-qniclc*
.'.' coiled around It But Neal. uncon business building in which each floor, had its forerunner back In the days I widely popular, and really deserved it.Mr. ever lender
:, scious ,that she was stricken, went on department or t1 ce'wl11 be directly of Greek mythology although the i Edison was quiet, well-behaved,
talking reached from Its own self-contained Greeks knew nothing of airplanes, and and a great worker; what little he Resinol
"I don't want to hurt your feelings, carriage way rising about It from the some of the modern wrestlers may said was proper for both young and
Anne, and of course I know you don't" street level to the roof. know as little about Greek mythology. old to remember, but somehow he at
mean to be Indiscreet but-well) "The roadway more than one mile Hercules was the first recorded user tracted the popular fancy. It
., Lassiter waS!: here a good deal last long, circles the outside of the structure of the airplane spin when he defeated Is a very rare case. Millions of other
. winter. It' was rumored around that : like along which the popular men have been unworthy of
;: a spiral would Antaeus Libyan giant, who could For Electrically-minded Boyswho
you-that be-anyway when the baby face the store fronts of the merchant not be thrown so long as he remainedIn popularity, as they have acted badly the
was born there was; a paragraph In tenants. contact with the ground. Any who and taught bad lessons. Look at Jean are not going to college COURSE,

City Chatter. -Miss Letts showed It to "There would be a balcony at each visited his land was forced to wres- Jacques Rousseau. lie was scarcely a ONE-YEAR ENGINEERING Electrical Schoolis
me-not that I believe' a word of the floor level. On one face ol "the rectangle tle with him and he was believed to respectable man, yet his popularity Is offered by of Bliss careful investigation.
,scurrilous stuff or that she did-you at the built growing a long time after his death. worthy
normally rear are one- have a temple to his father, Graduates qualified for imme- .
know that, of course. You know that way ramps 10 feet wide connectingeach using the skulls of his victims as the Millions of people In all parts of the diate are into all branches of the
1 l love you and trust you. hut I thought floor with the next, two ramps building material. Along came Her world regard him as almost a saint, electrical entry industry in work of en-
.J ,i you ought to know between each pair of (floors, one for cules the wonder worker however and his teaching as very Important. gineering character. 42nd year begins -
Feeling that he had perhaps said ascending and one for descending'cars, to do combat with Antaeus. Insteadof I Rousseau was once "kept";: by a woman. Sept. 26, 1934. For catalog,
enough. Neal bent over the evening and thus there Is no crossing traffic. wasting his strength In the vain When she threw him over, he took up address
paper. It was half an hour before "Coming down to save time the effort to throw the giant, Hercules with a kitchen wench, and sent their ELECTRICAL
' he looked up and when he dirt: he noticed car would descend by 11ft. lifted him off the ground and while children to orphan asylums. : he never .LBLISS SCHOOL
that Anne had left the room fie "The whole suggestion/ Is put for. holding him In the air strangledhim. later saw one, of them. 586 Takoma Ave., Washington D.C.
supposed that sh< must' have one to ward as the beginning of a solution S .

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cause pending in Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00
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February% 1, 1927, at the Post that makes men willing to sacrifice the case of the early church, coi as successor trustee, is plaintiff, and r :

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under on behalf of their less corning which we read in the Bookof The Clewiston Company, a corpora- a Watanabe Hotel

the Act of March 3, 1897. and suffering brethern? fortunate.. Acts of the Apostles that "Men tion, et al, are defendants, will, on :

epistles known and read of all took knowledge of them, that they Monday, August 6, 1934, between the s Mrs. F. 11. Maxwell, Prop. aa
I hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and
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Advertising rates on application. the members of the church at Corinth -i ed of Him?" And did not Jesus have ; the County Courthouse in LaBelle, .

and that is true of the churchin i the same thing in mind when He Hendry County, Florida, offer for

Devoted to the advancement and Hendry and every age. The non-churchman is said: : "let your light so :rhine before works sale and sell at public outcry, to the ;..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-,;..;..;,:': :.. ':..:..:..:..:..:.::
welfare of Clewiston more apt to judge the church by the men, that they, beholding your best and highest bidder for cash '

County. churchman than by: any other stan- I i may glorify your Father who Is in the following described property In _Xi iNew, and Used' :;:

dard-and who can blame him? If i heaven?" Let churchmen who claimto Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: v y

the average churchman fails to impress be followers of Jesus, incarnatethe All of section thirty-six (36),
THE CHUIICHKS ARE EMPTY him with the worthiness of I spirit of Jesus in their. own; Hves; Township forty-three (43) South, :;:: FURNITUREI :i:

HUT WHO'S TO BLAME? belonging to the church, is he to be let them apply the principles of Jesusto all Range of sections thirty-two eighteen(32)) (18)East,;nineteen also- Y Y

11u blamed for fighting shy of the all the relationship3 life.-domestic ? Y
((19), thirty (30)), and thirty-
By Kev. !"urgess'Sometimes church? And if he is lost to the : social, business, politics!, one (31)' in Township forty- :;I BELLE GLADE :;:

I wish that someone church through failure of the average : racial; let them LIVE religion rather three ((43)) South, Range thirty-

would institute an inquiry into the churchman, is it fair to imputethe I than talk it, and there shall come three (33) East; also all of section : FURNITURE COMPANY

quality and character of the Chris- blame for the loss to the min- : among "men a POWER tlat shall be six (6)) in Township forty- II i iI

tian ministry of America. There can istry? sufficient to change the whole atmo- four (44)) South, Range thirty-

be no doubt that such an inquiry, all the truest reflection of i phere; in which we live, and which three (33)) East, 'I I :;:; Belle Glade, Florida :i:
After )
and fair- to satisfy said decree and all .:. .:.
}If prosecuted with honesty shall restore to us-the joy, and 1&>j
any church is to be seen not in its I ALLEN CLEMENTS Next Door To Theatre
the fact that in I I ; *
ness, would reveal ministry, but in its average membership -, peace, and the prosperity of former Special Master in Chancery. ::

this land, by far the greater num- i I I . . . .y..
for water cannot days.IS July 6 to Aug. 4. I : N N N N.: .'
just as i .N.N.N 1'M N N M N.N N N N M N N N N, M.N. .
ber of men in the Christian ministry i. '
rise above Its own level, no more can
who earnestly and faith-
tire men are any church rise higher than the level YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

fully new laboring day and for a the nobler bringing humanity.in ofa of its average membership. The I 1NNNNNNN:NNNI.:N:.1NNNNNN:..:NNNNNM:..:..:..:..:.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:.' .3
members make the church as the >> --
These men, far from being mere
citizens make the nation. A
publicity hunters, are, in many instances Watches Clocks, Jewelry +I ; i ,
and unostentatiously Here, or course, it may be asked, I ::
quietly Rear or
why does not the minister raise his
environments for
laboring in adverse
people to a higher level. The answeris Clewiston Drug. Company
a monetary remuneration which demands Iii
the utmost frugality in their simple. He cannot because they Jewelry Repairing CLEWISTON 60LFIi y

will not allow him. ,They fail to respond ,
which must often
node of living, and W. H. MERRITT
to his appeals and, all his en-
tax the brain of the parson's wife I
how best to expendit I treaties fall upon deaf ears. Manya WATCHMAKER & JEWELER !
who has to plan FLORIDA Ii j
'so .as to make ends meet.
men, with their self-sacrificing wives his own life sweet, and the greatest P. O. Box 521

nobly sharing their burdens, are to'' conflict for the minister 4s frequently "We Are Here To Stay"Jo 'i'::: ', '" ,-.' ',. ..:..

be found in every city, town and' not with any spirit from without : > ','

hamlet throughout the land. They the church, but with a spirit from ): ....................
within the church. And all this, just
have not been induced to enter 'i'f"
the profession by the emoluments because religion, has become, formal : .

which it offers. If monetary reward and lifeless, and religious men and :r" (GO USE y

had been their chief considerationwhen women have become tainted with the '.' : ,'.
materialistic so" characteristicof and at Law ? A
spirit Counselor Attorney
choosing a profession, they
would have found it in some other the age in which we live, to sucha Hopkins Building

greater field where chances their of recognition.face' 'Value had As '' longer!degree make, that the spiritual strong things appeal no to Wednesdays 9:30 to ami 4:00 Saturdays i I .... Open to the PublicModerate ] : .

it is, the majority of them will live them. As one very sincere minister I ?. .t.Y
-: ..
remarked only the other day: "You
and labor and die unheard of /'un

wept, unhonored and unsung," but simply cannot lead people today. Y' I "' ..t.I' .
the real heroes of They will not be led even by the 01. ,.
they are among : 1 i- '.
higher things of life and religion. If :i.s.:
you want to make progress in the "i. .., ,
The blame for the empty church '
church nowadays you must drive, and .
I ,'. : ,
does not rest entirely with: the min- i ..
you must use the lesser things as C.: E. STEBEL I .. s
istry. Indeed, a very small part of ,. .:.
your driving power. In other words, I
the blame lies at their door. The factis '
church members today are demand- Electrical) Contracting I :: :: ,.jli
the church of today is suffering Green Fees :
ing from the church and its ministry .
from an over-dose of "sales-resis- what neither the church nor PHONE 2121 :i:: =_f "
tance" among its members. It is the Exceptional Fairways
its ministry has to give, or has .any PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ".' ..
business of the church to "sell" what. '
right to attempt to give. After all,
GreensI :*:
it has to the people. Members, as .I
the church is not primarily a social Agent for I '.'
well as ministers, are expected, to be"salesmen"
and "saleswomen" but institution. Nor does it exist to pro- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS ,.s'I I :
vide entertainment. Social fellow-
few of them seem to have any sense ship it does and ought to create, and RANGES ANDAPRLlANCES'

of responsibility at all along' this it should be social fellowship of the II. ..................................,...,.............................................,.,......,............,...............,..................,....,...........,.......,...........11 ..

line. And they are no't only poor highest order. Legitimate enter- .. I
"salesman" and "saleswomen" them-
tainment it but it -
may provide, can --
selves, but when the minister does
never hope to compete successfullywith --
attempt to "make a sale," they
the institutions In the
..q frequently step in with their "salesresistance" -! world which great exist exclusively to en- :: :!: iroiti :: :i: '
and prevent him from >
Y yY
tertain men and women, and which
"putting over the deal." No ministercan YY
have been doing this almost since XY

possibly fill his church withoutthe the world began. But social fellow- : : Atti active Clewiston Home Small Cash ;
full and hearty cooperation of ship and entertainment are, in real- U Payment :_il: t

his lay membership, and.while every
ity, merely They are :
r' minister has a faithful few who are '.' .:. I ,'. .:.
means to an end and not ends in 'i' .
always loyally cooperative the full
themselves. Whenever they become

and hearty cooperation of all mem- ends in themselves, they defeat .:, .'. I I
bers, or of- the majority of ..
even ,. :
their And it is
own purposes. just :
.. ..
them, is something that perhaps not here that a great deal of our present ':' .:. I .;.'.:.
One minister in ,a Hundred enjoys. trouble lies. We have somehow for- ::: .:. .:.1..

The loyal, faithful and cooperative gotten that the church exists to '.i..' :;: W :::!:::
r ..
church member is the .. : :
exception promote soul growth and to develop .:. 's' .:.1':'
rather than the rule. The aver- : ':' 4*,
moral and spiritual character. Thatis : ':' J3Wr tkc .s.I :
age layman is content to leave every- the sole reason for it being, yet, 'i' :s: .:. ::: >fcK
thing to the minister, and when the :: I ;.
when ministers stand by this, they :: :: ::
minister fails to fill the church, he are accounted "narrow." 's' .:. '.' .:.
is quicK to criticise him I
or even condemn +
Attempts have been made here and
him, despite the fact that HE yY
there to meet the popular demand '' 's'

may HIMSELF be only a Oncer, or but, as a rule, the results to the :::: ::: IPHONE :: :. : ',:
worse still perhaps, an occasional at- ,
fatal ,:. '. 1. : '
church have been even more
,:, .,
tender at church. .:. ; ".
than in cases where no such at. .', .:' -
I do not think that I am view- .s. .'. '
empty have been are
.. ,t. '' .. '
: :
ing the matter through colored spec- hurches in every town and city .. A '';.'.
: .:.
,s. ..
tacles when I reach the conclusionthat ;vhich are literal bee hives throbbingwith ::: ,. .:,'

the blame for the empty pews activity during the week witt / ; 'i' 'it. ..
today rests more with the average 's' ',. '. '
':ocial, recreational and entertaining I '.' .:.
membership of our churches than functions, but those worship serv : I 'i' .:.

with our ministers. Let us try and 'ces en Sunday at ,':' .i'. .'.
are so sparsely ', '' ''
lock at this of view.In .: : ': .:. ...,
fairly point 'ended as to make them almost r '','s' :' ,
the first place, He who foundedthe nitiablo spectacle. We must gauge .'?,I'':'' '':'' '.i.' :;

church declared it to be "a light :;.he _success of the church by the I *: ::: :: : t.I:
set upon a hill." As I understand the of its 1:1 .
success worship services an(
::: ::: I ::: ::: '.
meaning of the ,:Master of men, it is their helpfulness)ajnen and women .:. 'i' I I '.:. .:. : : "
the business of every member to rad- and by the type of character whichit Vi,V.* i 'i' .:. ,"
iate this light. The primary functionof moulds and produces. Only the '.'t":' I II ',' .:. n':'" Yi;"

the church is unquestionably to spiritually alive church can produce !' :;

give light, or, to use another famil- spiritual! character. <

iar ,New Testament figure, to bear The of the whole -'-' .i. L
crux matter is ::: :s: ): .
witness. This is emphasized again just this: cur greatest need today Is .! Pay The Balance Like I Rent :;: ,-
and again In the New Testament :: :: 0 :: ,
for genuine relIgion-a religion thatIs .'. ,1, .. .s.
which might well be "called "TheChurch's life, and we can only get such :9 +;; .. ..-: ':". WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :+ +_:

be witness Guide unto me Book.," said"Ye Jesus shall to and religion mind by to a God real who return is the in heart great _n; _: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME u-_

those first disciples with whom he source of all life and the Father of -

began his church. That was ,intendedto all men. And Jesus said: "He that In Clewiston once Building Association Ii 1 .:

apply not only to them, but to all hath seen me, hath seen the Father." : .
their in
every generationto When the
men and women who :
follow. How many church members claim to be followers of the Humble ':;- :'i'_:: 102 ;;_; .:; .

are bearing witness today? How Nazarene by reason of their claim : y viPACE

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; I I I Personal Mention I. excellently-conducted Bennie's gate the project.At fixed. steel collapse minutes, and the drop will spread out; t
be absorbed.
I i Castles In The Glades } Marjorie B.:Wallace I that is up. Now the job is to get it so the quicker the absorption the Clearly more,
1 1I 1J I with can slapped in the face suitable is the cloth. The most ab-
J C. V. Parkinson left this week for over two tons of concrete and sorbent linen is that which has received -
1 Wa two weeks vacation. stay not approximately but ex- a boil in caustic soda, for this
I I You can't tell me that the War jl didn't linger long on board-there actly where it is supposed to be. removes all waxy matters which
Dept. has no sense of humor. Else i was too much explosive stuff lying Those huge gates are to be worked the fibres prevent
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail becoming wetted. Or.,
t \ week spent the why that devastating, that horrific,, I around, and like most people who bhand, and the hinges must be in dinary linen only receives
end at West Palm Beach. that : an alkali
unspeakably shocking subject know little about dynamite I don't perfect alignment. It's no cinch to boil and not a caustic alkali boil
I heading of the past week's circular like it.Then. get them and ; it
I I I I keep them there. has that smooth, glossy "linen"
Mrs. G, O. Wallace of Pahokee was letter? Somebody chortled when he those two long booms along Broadfoot's gate is about 60 per but the caustic treated appearance -

I a Wednesday visitor in Clewiston. thought'of the wholesale heart fail- the line are Bucyrus excavtors run on cent complete-a fast job and pretty cloth that Is more soft and less
1 glos-
ure to be produced by those words, tracks laid on the' berm; one 150.''I' concrete. The steel, came in Tuesday i sy Is actually far preferable where

Mrs. F. A. MacKenzIe was a vis- I'll bet a cookie. foot and one 175 foot boom, with I I I by barge, and will be erected right ,I I good absorbent properties are required. -
itor in Palm Beach Wednesday.Mr. Mean, I calls it. Reminds me of about 4 and 6 yard buckets respec-i away. John S. Webster has left for .

that story Pop tells of the cockney lively-I'm just guessing. Possibly I!ja I position in Orangeburg, S. C., and In connection with this test, however
street-car conductor who kept run- the buckets bfgger I Beasley has taken his
and Mrs. Dan Allen spent the were than that. I place on number after thorough boiling wash in
fourth visiting in Wauchula.E. ning up to the motorman between Anyhow both of them were making 4. Inspectors Burdick and Shaw soapy water is very effective in removing -
I I stops_ and dangling a piece of string long have back
sweeps out into the canal and gone to Clewiston, since any waxy matters. Linen
under his nose, to the increasing and putting a large one mixer only is
I up amount of levee. being ,used here fabrics which are not very absorbentat
E. and
Kelly Robert
Kelly were almost uncontrollable of The smaller now.,
rage the boom that you will see first will become
so after a few
week end visitors in Daytona Beach. motorman. Finally a curious passe I along about here belong to the three / The Gulfport has a new and bigger good washes. But often the consumer -

ger asked for enlightment. draglines, shaping and levelling the pump and I mean she is doing buri: buys: articles for immediate use,
-Sidney Crochet was a business "Aw," said the conductor petulantly J ness now. Between
dirt.The 16,000 and 17- and does not want to give this wash
visitor, in West Palm Beach Satur- "He hain't got no sense of 'umor. I next dredge Is the Hallandale 000 yards of dirt coming out every The preferable linen for sale, is there

fl 1\ day. 'Is brother was 'ung this mornin'." I recently brought in from Hollywood; day, gross. Sometimes more. Of fore, that which is readily absorb

Inspector Collins said the letter a full Deisel hydraulic with a 16 tli,?*, about 10 percent is rock. ent.
" Mr. sand Mrs. M. H. Crouch left was a physical examination by mail, inch pipe and 600 h.p. with a 400 I Captain King and Charlie Proctor .\!

recently' for a three week visit in for anybody not in good shape would h.p. cutter engine. At the end of visited the Gulfport this week-perhaps Florida's participation at the 'Century -

North Carolina.Mr. have died dead at the first sentence. the pipe is a contraption which Capt.C. I to arrange that dog fight. Inspector of Progress last year brought

Tuesday I spent a very interestingand S. Burris called a "flower pot",; a I L. G. Biggs has gone to the more people to Florida than all oth-

and Mrs. F. -J. Nebiker and pleasant day as the guest of spreader which throws the discharge ; hospital for a major operation.The er advertising combined and it will

son, Bobby: were visitors in Palm the Arundel Corporation and Inspector every which way and cuts down the Wardwells are week ending do as much for us again this year.
Beach Sunday. C. E. Williams, who acted as washing effect of the water. in Miami. Jo and Young Tarzan have

guide and cavalier with signal suc- Beyond the Hallandale and the gone to Jacksonville. Bill Blakelyand . . .
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cess. It is too bad that this job is so draglines you see the finished levee Edna are at home next to the :ANN: NNNNN: : : : : : : :": : :I/NNNNNI
Mrs. G.
C. Poole and John
: l t.)cc* spent the week end in Stuart son, visiting -, inaccessible, for it has a larger va- -about 200 feet a day is now. being Riches. Tom Drscoll is on his vaca- :!: BEAUTYSI" O'p =: -
Mr. Poole. riety of earth moving machines than completed. And that tank and stuff tion. And that's all I know, Judge.

I you can find on any other one con- is at Gayle's new gate, number 3,1 I This Seminole good-bye comes :: NOW OPEN, :_:

tract. As you drive to W. Palm Beach and soon you may be able to drive again from Bennie. Guess I'll haveto s1 :.
I Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell vIs- from Clewiston the first 'i' New and i'
machine you down to see it. keep that man in cigarettes yet. Complete Equipment
ited in Tampa Thursday the guests of see from the road is the steam I I-bash-tah. y
Probably will
B. A. Polk. you spot somewhere -LIST' ::
per dredge, the Caloosahatchee, piling along here a small dredge-that is OF PHICE8- +;

up a retaining dyke for the Hal- the Florida, a Clamshell diggingfire HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESAn :y: Shampoo & Set. 50c ::
Miss Mabel Brannon and Mrs. An- landale to fill. I spent some time on toe. Since
you have to wade to
toinnette Lamb spent the Fourth vIs- board, watching the new-to me- reach her, I contented important property of linen ::: Manicure :::
myself with 40c
I ':' .
iting in Fort Myers. operation. a dipper. Captain M. I watching her operations from the fabrics is the ease with which they ., ,*j'
s M. Watler has been on this dredge levee. absorb fluids. This absorption is due ::: :
in the lake since 1916 to capillary action, and a large ab- 'i': Arch . 30c |
I R. N.: Hare and Harry Turner were so there isn'tmuch Then
come to X
you a spiderylooking
business visitors in West :Palm that he can't tell you about sorbing capacity is secured by the ,
Beach;.Wednesday.Mrs. this section. He was mine host for superstructure, which is on an- parallell worsted type structure of '' :i: Eye Lash and Eye'Brow :%;:
.\ dinner-a delicious dinner other dynamite barge, but this one the ya'rn, and the roundness of the : !
<# and avery is putting down holes with a jet of fibres. Similar % dye 35c $
attentive and pleasant host. yarns cannot be spun .
E. B. Butler left Tuesday for water inside a casing, and uses that from ;
The Caloosahatchee cotton because the fibre lengthis y.
several weeks visit in Tampa and in a 75 foot good old-fashioned and inexpensive"armstrong" :: Henna ::
too small. Packs 50c
Georgia. boom and the sort of rig that I as- | ;

j F ):A. MacKenzie Jr. yard sociate bucket with that a steam makes shovel more; than a 2%a that ,I didn't motor arrive power.at either I'm sorry drill handkerchiefs Linen is therefore, kitchen very cloths useful, and in' :|;: Hair Bleach 50c :|;

and Lake barge at the right time to watch a towels
and in the South heavy linen
dip a minute, and rectangular
Osb rne spent several days of the steel
I week in Lakeland. spuds 28 by 30 inches and 48 feet shot.The fabrics are very popular as summer |_ Waves . $3.50 !:
last dredge along the line'is golf suits because
long, worked on cogs for power, so I : they so rapidly I y j
Mr., and Mrs.--Thomas B., Shelley that they can be actually driven into the Federal, with Captain Fred J. absorb perspiration. Another advantage -I, :$:=:: Oil Shampoo 45c |
: I the rock the Davies of Miami in charge. She is I of linen arising from the natureof "
returped this week from a two weeks if she were; on dredge dry land.is as steady And she as steam powered, and is putting out the fibre and the yarn Is that not I |: Facials 1 and Facial ;t:.
visit !In Kansas with "
City relatives.
somewhere around 5,000 yards 'of only does it absorb water quickly but
sure chew up the rock.
The three other, inspectors on this material a day. She also has a 16 I it also dries quickly. For kitchen :|: Packs 50 & 75c :I!:
Mr and Mrs. D. MacCormack of inch pipe, but instead of the clothes the freedom ,', :.
spreader of linen from lint
Lake project were also on the dredge; Crit- I -:- Henna Rinse 25c :
I Worth spent the week, end in tenden, Collins and on the end, she has the last section -lis I another great advantage; this is I II j>
, : C.Clewiston Wilson. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. who didn't leave Uncle Harry Sam after all., I of pipe bent up in the air like'i I I also due to long fibres, which can be :I;:' Set (wet) 25c :f_
; : \ a fountain to disperse the water. The to give smooth
J Jim I spun a yarn with the, .
Rumley the fourth
' inspector
t ,. -r?> but is on his vacation, and Williams Federal was used at first to strip the fibres firmly held.A :|;:' Set (() 35c |:;:;
Mrs. John B. Dotterer left Saturday
is relieving him. muck, but she seems to be pretty simple test can be of value in ''

I for Charleston, S. C. 'where she That four-masted schooner effect good at digging solid stuff as well. judging linen cloths, particularly t:i: CHRISTIAN'S :|::
l I will visit for some time with Mr.Dotterer's So there you have 4 miles of levee kitchen cloths and towels. Carefully
l that
i: you see next Is a drill barge, put-I
parents.Mr. ting down dynamite shots to shatter under construction, all going strong. place one drop of water on the fabric ::!: BARBER SHOP :|;
I the hard And I thank every man on the Job when it is laid flat. At first it will i "
: .- and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and worked by rock.a gas The engine four, and drills betweenthe are for a cordial welcome, a pleasant and I lie as a small globule on the surface, I.I '? (Aci-ovs from Alston'*. DIHR) ::1!:

i Walter Beasley of Belle Glade were popping motor and the banging instructive visit, and a view of an but after a few seconds, or several i'j ;:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.::
II visitors here, Sunday as the guests of I
drills can't
you hear yourself think.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor.
11II i.\\ftillllllllllllrlllllli &;IIlIlIIlI\\ftilllllllllllllli.\\ftilllllllllllllli.\\r!, 1I1I1I1I1II1II1pt\9; 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIiIj\\ lllIlIIlmijl"Q.iI IIIIIIIIII"\"IIIIIII\ ''' llillIIJjJj '
Mr. .and Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mr. BYRD-LITTLE rI '

and Mrs. V. H. Cothern, Miss Evelyn
Hare and C. S. Pressley spent the Of cordial interest to society 'is the

Fourth ,visiting at Crescent Beach at announcement by Mr., and Mrs. Fred-
I $100.00 CASH
) Fort Myers.. erick W. Little of Laurens, of the

i iI. marriage of their daughter, Kathryn,

Mrs: R. Maxwell and Van Bush i to Mr. William Cathcart Byrd, which

I. left Wednesday' for Miami where took place Friday, June 29, 1934, GIVEN AWAY EVERY MONTH: ,', -
: they will visit until Saturday as the at Asheville, N. C.

1 guests of Mrs. Gerald Penney, sister The ceremony was performed in tI

' of Mrs. Maxwell. Asheville at the home of the Rev. I ,A-N-D j

and Mrs. Claude K. Turner, close
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills left this friends of the bride, with Mr. Turner \

week for several days visit in Mar- performing the service in the press I $200.00 Christmas Eve :

co. Miss Alma Crews, sister of Mrs. ence of a few friends. Immediately

Mills, oi.Fort Denaud, who has been afterward the couple left for a short ..

visiting Ir. and Mrs. Mills for the trip: through the mountains of Western BY

'. $) past two weeks returned to her home. : North Carolina and from there i iI

-- they will proceed to Clewiston, Fla.
I \ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Armstrong where they will reside. I I ALSTON DRUG COMPANY I

I i returned to their home In New Orleans For her wedding the bride was II

last'week. Mr. Armstrong was most attractive in a traveling dressof I
employed by the office of the U. S.' blue triple crepe worn with blue

Engineers here for. the past few accessories. She also j-
wore a
months.: corsageof Our first drawing! was so successful that we have decided to carry on for the next 6 months usings '
pink rosebuds showered with
of the our: same system that we introduced here this past January except that all prizes will be cash. With :
valley. :
Lieut, end Mrs. R. L. Selee have Mrs. Byrd has many friends in the each 25c purchase at tills store jou will receive one chanco that will bo good on all the drawing including j

moved into the house recently vacated city where She was graduated. She I i the final one which will be held on Christmas E\c. I

I.;!'!" by,Djr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor is a native of Laurens but attended : I .
r. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bcstor are Lander College where she graduated. I
I residing in the house recently vacated She has taught for the past several ,I II FOLLOWING ARE THE PRIZES TO BE THE FIRST SATURDAY NIGHT OF EVERY;

: by Lieut. and Mrs. N. L, Hemen- years, the past two school sessions I I GIVES AWAY EVERY SAT. NIGHT AT 9 P.M. MONTH THE FOLLOWING CASH PRIZES.
way. having r .rrw7
spent in Greenwood. She
will be greatly missed here for she i i First Prize $5 Cash. First Prize $50.
Mrs. W. B. Farrow of Eufalfa Ala., was one of the most popular teachers 'I. I

Is spending several weeks In Clew- of the Greenwood faculty.Mr. I Second Prize $2.50 Cash. Second Prize $10. -

iston, where she is a guest of Mr., Byrd is from Laurens but at
and Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg. Mr. and present is connected with the C. Y. Third Prize One Week's Pass to Third Prize One Month pass to tiThe
Mrs. Rosenberg will accompany Mrs. Thomason II
Company, general con-
Farrow to her home some time in tractors, of Greenwood and is engag- The Dixie Crystal Theatre. Dixie Crystal Theatre. i

August and' will remain for sometime ed in work at Clewiston, Florida.- ,

on a visit. Greenwood, S. C., Index Journal. i '
Mr and Mrs. Byrd arrived in Clew- On Christmas Eve FOUR $50 Bills

Mr. and.Mrs. G. M. MacFadden left iston the latter part of last week i
the latter part of the week for several and were guests of the Clewiston Inn
weeks visit with Mrs. MacFad for several days. They are residing You must be present to win any of the above award-:. Contest applies to any purchase in our store ti

gipden's parents in ,Amarlllo, Texas. temporarily in the MacFadden resi "-"-'-"- "i < ". n

They were accompanied to Jack dence, the MacFaddens having left HAVE
sonville by Mrs E. G. MacFadden, last week for Texas. I ASK FOR IT---WE IT
who has been visiting them here foi
: Mrs. Byrd will be a welcome addition
the past few weeks and by G. M. to the young matrons of Clew- "

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The paterfamilias explains daily toMs II if
t &(
down- tfSVVlB
small son that he has to go __
town to work "to bring home the

bacon." / && a
The other evening some friends 8 1 z
called and invited the family to go
on a motor trip the following day.
The parent said he couldn't go. He'd bLJJIRl
have to go to work. At that the son
dashed out of the room and came backIn
a moment to shout delightedly: 6. -
"It's all right, daddy, you can go Q
with us. I Just looked In the Ice box
and there's plenty of bacon there!"-

Cleveland Plain l Dealer. "%/ NOW-'DO ''( WELL--WHAT T>o YOU
NOMBER--000DB// :

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1, .. cc'o"So ltiih 1789

i 1 When people say to you "What a
I sweet little girl you have:I" it usually .

'c '..:. Ilul means that you've chosen just the
I II II 1Iivi right'design for her little frock.: The

> Tom lost his position at "thecity it' !ll iNEY little dress In this picture is that
hall. Did he get a raw deal? : kind. It brings out all the baby charmIn
"No; he 'was fired on a cooked-up Wtrtcrn N_vrspftper Union ,_ r the little girl by its simplicity of
tharge." line and especially the little fluttery
ruffle accent over the shoulders. It's
Taking No Chances FINNEY OF THE FORCE Snatching-a SnoozeEVERYTHING'S adorable: .made of a printed cotton,
Mummy was listening to little Dennis dotted swiss, dimity or of plain ma-

saying his prayers, while granniesat OI+FICER! terial, in pink, blue, redwhatevercolor
knitting. brings out the best in her hair,
Toward the end of his prayers mum- ALL SSTNoW.DoE THEtzE'S A KIP W UT'' A eyes,and skin. Buttons should be of
my was surprised to hear her little NAPPlUCr DOWN a gaily' contrasting color.
.son raise.. his voice and positivelyroar YoU Go RO 1JD THE KIDNAPPIN'? Pattern 1789 Is, available In sizes

: UP FIN ME Y oKEn NEAR j NoT 2, 4, G, 8 and 10. Size 4 takes 2%
"And, please, can 'I have a motor -- -- TRACKS, ME ''BEATf 'yardj CG Inch fabric. Illustrated
car for my birthday?" step-by-step: sewing instructions In
"But, darling," she protested, "God cluded. -
Isn't deaf!1" -= Send FIF EEN CENTS (15c) In
"No," answered the little chap se- coins"or stamps (coins preferred) for

riously, "but grannie Is!" '" \ this pattern. Write plainly name, ad-j),
dress and style number. BE SUItE j
Will Get the BestA TO STATE SIZE. -

lady walked up to a flower sellerIn Address orders to Sewing Circle
London and asked for a shilling's : Pattern Department, 243 West Seven-
worth of blossoms. After the pur- teenth Street, New York City.
chase the lady inquired, "Will you be
here next Wednesday, as I shall want _o .
some flowers for my daughter. She's LOOKING AHEAD,
coming out on that day?"
"She shall have the_best In the mar- Doris had just' lost her baby teeth
ket, ma'am," the woman answered and'was thrilled 'at the prospect of
"What Is she ,in for?" i W NH 2.YT1NK SNP Yoti't.LwjKE getting new ones.
UF One day her mother saw her look-
A Sticker for Mother "(E1 SMARTf' KID FROM Ing in a mirror, seriously studyingthe

"Mother, it's polite always to say H15 N gap that was soon to be filled by
'Thank you' for anything Isn't it?" 1 AZfr her second teeth. Presently Doris
"Yes dear." turned and said:
"And It's rude to speak with your "Mother, I hope my' new teeth will

mouth. full, Isn't it?" rf be' gold ones, don't you?"-Toronto.

"Certainly." i Globe. .
"Well, then, mother If I.say 'Thank
you' with my' mouth full, am I politeor Try a Sextant
rude?" Golfer (far off In the rough)-

\ Say, caddy, why do you keep .lookingat .
Indirect .1 ( ) r your watch?
"There is direct and indirect tax Caddy-It isn't a watch, sir; It's'a '

: ation. Give me an example of indirect tonipass.-Troy Times.

"The dog tax, sir." Glowing"I
"How Is that?" thought Utopia was Just myth.'
"The dog does not have to pay it"- "Isn't It?" >jjV
Globe (Toronto). =; :_ c:;= "Head this summer resort folder."
m western Nesnpaper Onpa ; 4i
Journal.THE .
-LouIsville Courie -
Too Much Competition TION The Crop
t. I "What was yoi;r plum crop like?"
Mrs. Newly-rich was recounting toan
"Well, a heavy storm blew down 50
acquaintance the thrilling events per cent of It, and we'd hardly gathered Q VAulT
of the night before when the house that wli".n another wind blew
f was burgled."As
yI down the rsst""Bad .
matter of fact," she said, "we
luckCould you do anythingwith
were eating our soup- v
"Then, of course," Interrupted the them?
f "Well, my wife ate one and I ate
candid friend. "none. of your heard "
the other. -
anything. -\

I My! My!
e Courtesy I re-
""What Is your idea of senatorial "1 wonder why they speak of the Champion Borrower-When with
courtesy '?" sad sea waves?" turned Mr. Pettigrew's mower
"I really don't know. I don't see the broken blades-he swore!
"It's like any other kind of courtesy -
; "Where there's will there's want that sort of
a a way. Wife-We don't
," answered Senator Sorghum."It why they should be sad when they
"Not Sometimes there's You'd better
always. a dear.
have no hotel bill to pay" thing to occur again
law suit. represents the ability to remain polite, borrow next time from the vicar.
regardless of the kind off companyyou
happen to find yourself In." Astronomy 4i
Some Men Bounce On Their Way
Dolly stood at the window lookingout
"Bill's girl has dropped him he's motoringon
; holiday
Tipped Off at the full moon. "Yes, we spent our "
broke. % the Continent. It was ftlorious.
(to new office boy)- "What are you thinking about?
"As usual when girls Office Manager
drop thing, "Motoring abroad, eh? Til bet you
eh?" Has the stenographer told you what to asked her mother."I ?"
"Not exactly; she broke him before do in the afternoon? was just wondering," said Dolly, passed some must glorious have.scenery Why, we averaged -
he dropped him."-Royal Arcanum Office Boy-Yes, sir, I was to wake "how the moon can stay up there with- "Oh, we
her up when I saw yeu coming.Investigation out falling if It Isn't stuck onto the .400 miles a day I"
Desperadoes Meet sky."
"Any kidnapers in Crimson Gulch Domestic Ananias
asked the traveling salesman. Last Resort WIfe-DIdn't I hear the hall clock
"Have you made your mark In congressional WORTH IT!
"Two," answered Cactus' Joe procedure?" Whipper-My college son is poor at strike two as you came In last night
"Where are they?" "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum football and worse at track work. Hubby-You did, my dear. It
'That's a secret. We're holding 'em "1 have at least gone on record with Snapper-He might as well-go In started to strike 11, so I stopped It.
for a ransom." 'a question mark." for an education. so It would not wake you. j

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furnished 2,909! volumes at the low tent force In clvlllatlon.- Richmond
I : HAVANA THE SCENE NO DECREASE IN price of 25 cents a volume. Palladium.

I THE DEMAND FOR 'As a source of inspiration and 4 INS. OFF HIPS
RIOTING the Bible remainsone
1 ;I. OF BLOODY spiritual guidance

I I BIBLES REPORTEDIn of the best sellers In all parts ;' 7 INS. OFF WAISTIn

J of the world. The latest statistics

a; Radicals Attack ABC Parade show that the Bible or some part of .'JI7ffflINL,
the American
the last
year It has been translated Into 941 lan- 40 days by taking Kruschen Salts,
With Machine Guns. society distributed 7,800,700 Bibles dialects. The report of Mrs. Helga Blaugh of New York City
Testaments and portions of the Bible guages and reduced 26% tt>a.-took 4 inches off hips
i Is Index of the anJ
the Bible society an 3 inches off bust
1 Havana., Political warfare and In 155 languages and dialects and In popularity of the book.: FoR'{ 7% inches off waist
bloody rioting swept this capital. more than forty countries. In'spife Distributing agencies of the society She'writes: "I haven't -
Bullets from machine guns, rifles, of a reduction of 30 per cent in its thousandsof gone hungry a mo
had supplied
reported they
ment-I feel fine and
carried without
the on
revolvers budget,
shotguns families "
sawed-off Bibles or portions of it to look 10 yrs. younger.
sprayed death as radical gunmen fired Incurring a deficit and without a that asked for copies, Indicatingthat To get rid of double

Into the ranks of, So.OOO ABC paraders, marked curtailment In lts' activities. the distribution has not reachedthe A Few Drops Every chins bulging hips
political Disturbed economic and political con ugly rolls of fat on
here for a two-day
gathered in this country.
Night and Morning waist and upper arms
and at, least nine ditions apparently did not lessen the '
Three women
fiesta. The work of the society will continueso SAFELY and -without
men were killed and more than 90 demand for,Bibles. In Japan, for In- long as Christianity remains a po- Will Promote a Clean, discomfort-at the same time build up
were wounded. A number of the stance, the demand 'was greater than glorious health and acquire a: clear skin,
wounded are not expected to live. In any year since an agency was established Healthy Condition bright eyes, energy and vivaciousness :
I to look and feel it-take a half
Thousands of panic-stricken spectators there in 1S76, and in China zedWax.I At All Drug Stores teaspoonful younger of Kruschen Salts in a glass

lining the fashionable Prado boulevard the Scripture distribution agencies Mercol WriteMarineCo.Dpt.\VChicto.for Free Book of hot water every morning before
and Melecon drive to view tne established a new high record. There breakfast.

procession were caught In the rain of was a larger circulation of Bibles' in One trifle jar at any lasts drugstore weeks the and world costs over.buta

bullets. :Screaming: with terror they the United States in '1933! than In Make sure you get Kruschen because

fled Into side streets. 1932! the Increase running as high as Do you lack PEP ? it's SAFE. Money back if not joyfully
Dead and wounded 'were sprawledon 60 per cent for the entire Bibles.. \ ;%FijFIKeeps satisfied.

the pavement.. Some of the Injured The American Bible society Is in Are you all In, tired and run down?

onlookers, screaming for help, clung to Is In its one hundredth and eight- PARKER'SHAIR

I walls and pillars. eenth year. Its resources often are 1&61MTERSMlQS BALSAM

The wildest pandemonium reigned taxed to meet particular conditions.The O1 Removes Dandruff-StopiHalrFilling
of the battle. Ambulances 'at 11' TONIC Iiw Imparts Color and
during the height demand for penny portions Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
raced through the crossfire is great that editions of in.6ungAbsorb P SOc and$1 CO at UraraiBti.Hiw .
times so
I J. Will rid you ofM4lARIA > Chem Wki,,Patchogoe.N,T.
l of. the ABCs and the terrorists, who 1,000,000 or more are printed at one blemishes and discolorations using FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use In
:: It Is claimed. l Included members of the time. Technical processes often need I Mcrcolized Wax daily as directed. Invisibia connection with Parker's BaIsam.Makes the
of aged skin arc freed and all hair soft and fluffy.60 cents t>y mail or at drug
: (, party directed by former President to be Invented to supply a remote particles defects such blackheads,tan freckles and and build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills ,gists.Hiscox Chemical Works PatchoeueN.Y.
Grau San Martin and communists, to tribe with an edition. Translations large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully Fever.Malaria and '
Itf \ pick up the dead and wounded.The for people standing low In the ,scale years clear younger., velvety Mcrcouzed and so Wax soft-facc brings.out A General Tonic Dr.SaUer'*

fighting spread through the cap. of civiliation are constantly being your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists. BOc and $1.00 At All Druggists SORE.EYES Eye Lotion -
Ital. Students from Havana university made. The society has been supplyIng I Powdered Saxolit relieves and cures sore and Inflamedeyes In24 to 13hoars.
I I Reduces wrinkles and other age-mens.' Simply I Helps the weak eyed, cures without pain.
fought on the side of the communist for the blind I dealer for 8ALTEK'S.Onlfrom
? embossed Scriptures Saxohtainaalf-rjint; I Ask ycmr druggist or .
I dissolve one ounce 26-34 ta.Ga..
I Befonni>t8pen6aryP.O.Boxl61Allan
I I i terrorists. As the procession proceeded for ninety-nine year. Last year It | witch hazel e.ndISO doily M face lotion. I

radicals opened machine gun fire
'J from automobiles Into the ranks of

.,.,.. ., '. .
ABC women near Maceo park. The :,\NSVHfrrrrn. w? 1.1,1VI Jr. !!xfl.YlMnrr..w. y..AYf nnnn..wa? !

facades of buildings along the Prado

were Meanwhile spattered ABC with pursuit blood.cars raced ip ;;:::.L : '

through the streets after the red
painted automobiles of the terrorists.

They captured one car bearing a New

York license plate.The license ,number

t was 7US242. Yelling members. of the
ABC surrounded the car. Machine

guns were pointed" at. the four occupants -

as the car was set on fire with 10'"

torches. CLSdSavq WESTERN .p.--.. -
Another terrorist car was captured M tcI'I.TCoWo--....-.-..,....
later. Its three: occupants were riddled ___
with bullets. The car was burnedup.
lse MH P
32CP'XA'l 30 393{
,i. S1I SPEUWA'l 111DlIJIAl'OLlS lllD

A. Walters, first assistant secretary 1 WOK TIlE 1.MDUJO.POLIS SPBO TIFK AtM -
of the Interior and Democratic / BOYLE HWWCTS SPECIAL WUIPTO 'IIITK nttSTOW HIGH
said he wouldrelinquish / C RILLS,PER HOUR SEITXBa A JILt KCORD
state chairman of Idaho AVERAGE SPEED Of J04.863


.'. 'August, when his term expires. VICtOK STOP I MM TO IHANX Wl AND CONGRATULATE YOU TOR
, ; .,. / IH ttY
Mitt At
,,1'\ / BUILDING

atorsTydingsMd. ; Hayden, Ariz.; Mc- / BILL'CUlIIIlliCS

Kellar- Tenn., and Gibson, Vt., to visit ISOPU.
I the Philippines later this year in .WOr NT iaoo tpaf0 Oa URa.

i, response to' the Invitation of the Islands -

for a congressional mission to
look Into steps for speeding up Inde-


The new 2-cent stamp In the national

park series authorized by the DEPENDABILITY
I postmaster general to mark national OF EXTRA STRENGTH SAFETY AND

park year, will show a scene from the

Grand canyon.

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More than 100,000 young men, war, ; THE NEW FIRESTONE
veterans and experienced
will be selected for enrollment in the 3'
Civilian Conservation corps In July, HIGH SPEED TIRE: FOR 1934

Director Fechner announced. '

1l7i ? t
Traverse City Girl Is e i iCifdU >>
J.T IS almost inconceivable that human ingenuity could

Chosen Cherry Fete Queen build tires that would withstand the terrific punishment of the 1

__ Traverse City, :Mich. Feminine 500-mile grind at Indianapolis, May 30.
under'the sun
streaked hour after hour,
and 'round the blistering track they ,
beauty of this little city on Grand 'Round terrific roar they hit the straightaways at 150 1itUJllnMPERfORMANCE
of powerful motors rose to a as
the low moan
the fair faster than
Traverse bay held sway over around treacherous tire-destroying curves
grinding, pulling, pounding RECORDS
of Manistee, Petoskey, Leland, miles or there was nothing to hold
-' ones dared before. Sliding into the turns at these terrific speeds,
Frankfort Northport, Old Mission, they ever tiiES
W" the tire. SPUD
track except
I the to the
,- Elk: Ilapids Mancelona, Sutton's Bay, car mile lap after lap, greater and greater heat and increased centrifugal force
Mile after
I Fife Lake and other cherry towns with the tread ,from the body of the tire. Every conceivable force known was For, &5&STHIS
developed to separate Stretch
the selection of Miss Anna May York working to tear the tires to 'pieces-yet Firestone High Speed Tires with Gum-Dipped the PROTECTION

I as queen of the national cherry fes withstood this most gruelling test. MEANS BLOWOUT
I Cords all hove
High Speed years
with Firestone ,,,ecuti"o
tival. of speed-thirty-three cars co in tMdorinl
: Thirty-three ,demons For seven core
Classic. Every tire was uinninIC
j! The 'grand event, which promises to protected by Gum-Dipped High Stretch Cords-entered_ the Annual Speed been on PikeS the Peak climb""here G

attract thousands of visitors from all bought by the driver or owner of the car. cotton strand slip ,giant death.
parts of the Middle West. Is to ,be held In all the heat-in nil the grinding-in all the straining and pulling forced-not out one of the race by THIS MEANS NON-SKiD SAIUl ,

here July 18, 19 and 20. loosened-not one life was, endangered by tire failure-not one What car was tribute to the Extra Strength AND tRActiON M"
tire change.
, Miss York of Traverse City, who tire trouble. Six of the winners finished without a three eons t ;0Yeof the
.Ji For
i '- will wear the royal diadem during the -Salet and Durability built into Firestone High Speed Tires. been hinston on the(D.Ill C.)co"erin Railuo and J1,

i festival, Is a stately' twenty-one-year. YOUTIe w Compon) one
:; : ..i. THIS MEANS TO Electric mile. ""ithoUI fireminutes
', WHAT bw co
old blond. She was chosen from a 351.810 decay due
: field of thirteen favorite daughtersfrom of Gum-Dipping Firestone engineers have been ableto trouble.
of Firestone dependabilityat
as many communities In Michi amazing record Firestone build wider tread of flatter contour, with more MEANS DEPENDABIlITY
the a tHIS
made possible by
:--',;, gan's cherry belt in a colorful contest Indianapolis was of Gum-Dipping. Every fibre of and tougher rubber and deeper non-skid, giving AND ECONOMY fotor..
staged here. patented process saturated and 50% longer non-skid mileage. d neW
is than
cord in every ply of the tire you more waeSSs
I every
Northport claimed second honors there arc eight the Firestone Service rirunnin'
rubber Call ,
coated with pure liquid ; Don't delay! on *** :M '
with Miss Jeanne Me veau, eighteen extra pounds of rubber to every 100 pounds of Dealer Service Store in your community today /5 minutes tirru.
years'old of that city being 'selected as High ENDURANCE
cords. with the Firestone
maid of honor.General cotton. the plies of and equip your car THIS
adhesion between
There greater Tires for 1934. Drive withsecurity and peace
Gum-Dipped Cord body and between the body Speed !
the Buy
the Tires that Champions
of mind. Choose
tread. As result of this patented process
and the a Air Balloon
Johnson Fires See Firestone

Leader of NRA Union Ties made and atthe ExhibitionBuilding FirestoneFactory

Washington.-Recovery Administrator
World Fair,
Hugh S. Johnson fired John Don.

o'vaI), a member of the NRA clerical Chicago
j1 staff who has been the militant leader "'
r- of a union formed among NRA work-,

: ers ,for collective bargaining purposes.
Voice o'ftFirettone
Listen to
Johnson insIsted that he had not
fired Donovan because of his union DOLLAR every Monday Nightover
activities but for "Inefficiency, inattention : MOST MILES PER N.B.C. -WEAF NetUlorllar

to duty, unauthorized lc
from duty, and insubordination."



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small dogs, a pinch o: brook and some FLORIDA VEGETABLES NORMAL and beets, Florida vegetables have

:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:ti N:N:N N:-:..:..:..:;.N N:N:N:N:. A Scrap Book Column pebbles.. Mix the children and the MINERAL: WATER CONTENT been shown to carry no more and no
:r dogs well together, and put them in less water than similar vegetables

::= TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :=;:: (The following quotations were the field, stirring eoza tant1r. Pour GAINESVILLE, July 5.-Florida raised elsewhere. The strawberriesand

compiled by Dr. J. H. Hedden for the brook over the ller.bles. Sprinklethe vegetables contain as much mineral beets ran slightly high in moisture -
:: :I: use in the Delray Beach News, to field with flower Spread over content. -
matter as those grown in other areas \ .
we'are indebted for blue and bake in the
of whom sky
both all a deep
y The investigators found where -
of the U. S., and are no higher in that
XY the privilege of copying the excellent hot sun. When brown, remove and set
t water content, it has been found in complete fertilizers are applied, the
to cool in a
:?:: BY .:. collection) away Public Health Bulletin. analyses by J. M. Coleman and Dr. I type of soil exerts very little influ-

:: RUSSELL KAY :!: "Yes, baby is king and he rules us -- .. I chemistry n, W. Ruprecht and soils of the in department the Florida of I ence on the composition of the crop.

X 'V'Hh. something that comes -from Home was never half so blest, i. Experiment Station. Their findings As a rule, however truck crops in
above; Till the baby came. Florida are grown on the better classof
sometimes circulated -
disprove rumors,
.:H N:N:N N N:N:N N:N H N:N:N:H N:N N:N:N:...:N:N:N:N:1 God gives him this wonderful power, Lacking something that was1 best in other areas, that Florida vegetables soils. Heavy applications of dif
This sceptre divine-it is love." I i Till the baby came. ferent fertilizer elements resulted In
CHICAGO Honest there ought to are low in minerals and highin
: .
-o.- Kisses were not half so sweet, \ slight increase in content of those
be a law against sendin' a guy to theWorld's most sublime psalm that can Love not really so complete, \ water. elements contained in some of the
The I
'' I II' In their analyses, some of 'which
Fair and. expectin' him to be heard on the earth is the lispingof Joy had never found our street t'1 were made before the death of Mr. vegetables. No material increases in

gather his wits, while here, suf- a human soul from the lips of Till the baby came. I Goleman: on February 18, 1934, these mineral constituents as a result of
-Guest.j jc. fertilization were noticed,_ however.
ficiently to write a connected yarn.It childhood-Victor Hugo. :.chemists found that Florida vegetable
just can't be done.I -(}- with all its sweet- crops often contain more minerals.
and girls. Men talk A ,child-a rose : WANT to exchange for 2 thousand
was up here last year you remember Invest in boys unfolded.Dyron.c. :particularly calcium (lime) and phosphorus -
about buying a stock at the bottom. est leaves yet than was reported several dollars in buildings 38 rooms make
and I thought I'd seen the -
When :you invest in a boy or girl :years ago by Sherman, in his tablesof good lodging house Lake Harbor
Fair, but they've made so many the bottom. girl's dolls are old. Permit build-
you are always buying at My baby percentage which' are' considered lumber two years
changes and improvements that I You are sure that the youngster is I there's a missing leg or'arm,broken-I :standard. The content of potash runs ings to remain if desired for good

hardly recognized it. going up, and there is no telling how indeed, has lost its head, but quite parallel in the two analyses. exchange. M. I. Johnson, 1216 N.
In company with a group of Flor- far. You are sure to get a man or lost its charm, for be they old or be I With the exception of strawberries Dearborn St., Chicago.
ida 'newshawks, I arrived here last woman; you may get a great man or they new, or, they large or small,

Monday. Good old George Clementsand a great woman-Bruce Barton.a within her heart so warm and true I''i'-

head-man Earl Brown gave us a she keeps and loves, them all.-Wat-
hand of welcome that would make a <
take for erman. > NOTICE
What you
King's reception look like a flop. -- .
That soft little head
We have been wined and dined, Children are. ,God's apostles, day lands much
Pressed close to your face ,. Notice is hereby given that the following described or so
escorted and fussed over like we At time for bed; by day sent forth to preach of love thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for South Florida

were a flock ot diplomats. While For that white, dimpled handIn and hope and, "peace.Lowell. Conservancy District taxes of 1933 herein set opposite to the same, together -
7-0.- i with cost of such sale and advertising will be sold at public auc-
held tight,
we've only been here four days we your own A. D. 1934 at the hour of 11
lies tion on Monday, the 6th day of August,
to heaven ..
little eyelids "So near
have seen more than the averaged And the dear eres." o'clock A. M. at the Court House door, the county of Hendry, in the .
Kissed down for the night? The light in baby/s;
person. sees in a lifetime. City of LaBelle, State of Florida.
Our first stop, of course, was at What would you take? o
the Florida Exhibit and I'm tellin' I. -Good Housekeeping.? I never hear parents exclaim impatiently Description of land S T n A Outer Aml. Taxes & Cost
"childien, you musLnot I
-o-- ,
it is a WOW. I didn't see how
you much noise," that I do not I: 1Frac. NIh S. of Old -
they could improve on last year's, When the little children sleep make so the time may ,c.ome''. Meander line... 23 43 34 204 Trustees 1. I. Fund ........$618.87
but I'm a grandfathers clock if they stars and angels; watch do Keep. think how soon those SWof NW1 of
vacant seat,
haven't done so. Reinecke. when, beside would the give all the world, 1 SWIll .......;...... 23 43 34 10 J. L. Miller ............,.......:.. 31.05
The main exhibit is a knock out. -ex- parents NE'i4 of SE% of -

No other state can touch it. Person- Children are little pieces broken could they hear once more disturbed the ring- SE' ..._............ 13 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund- ............ 1.76NE
ally I think California comes nearest and given to the ing laughter which once so % of NE4 of

but they aren't even close enough world from our to remember hearts us by; but our them.-Kittridge.. NE i ................ 25 45.'J4....:.I 10 Ada L. Pan ton ...._............-..,. 1.76

to see our dust. love for them is left down in the SE1of SW'1 NW'1 of 46 34 10 Geo. L.' O'Hare ...................: 1.76
Florida gets about three times sanctuaries of our souls, and there Better their laughter ::; ;:*',' EI,2 of NWT21 46 34 80 E. A. Winslow....:............ 8.53

the play of any other state exhibiton kept forever, yes, forever and a day, Than a chamber neat. -. SE'% ...........,......... 26 46 .34 160 Trustees 1. 1. Fund. ............ 16.61
and is presenting the ruins in their mirth .
the grounds till the walls shall crumble to Only N'hi of NElli of '

state's charms and advantages to and moulder in dust away.-Long- Is a home complete. S'V%. .............. 26 46 34 20 Trustees 1. 1. Fund ............ 2.77
millions who will eventually'come fellow. .-o- SWVl of NE'of

to Florida to invest and make their -o.- Fathers and mothers, don't frighten SW'/ .............. 26 46. 34 10 Trustees. 1. Fund ............ 2.76
home.If TO PRESERVE CHILDREN your children. To kill a child's
take all the' advertising field one courage is to kill his future chance.
you Take one large grassy ; July 6, 13, 20,' 27, Aug. 3. Tax Collector, Hendry Co.
Florida has done in the past and roll half dozen children, two or three Brisbane. I

it up in a ball it still won't stack up .-

with what has been, and is being, ac-

complished by this exhibit and don't
let any chamber of commerce secre- .' t" .: : '
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tary or so-called publicity hound tell '. .. J.-:
you otherwise. MINERAL .
I stood in the Florida Exotic Gar- -.!::::--.:
dens, which adjoin the main building,
and watched the folks walk through

with their eyes popping out, and

their tongues more than waggin'. I'm .
tellin' you it leaves all visitors simply :
agog. -rrprwp'f

The folks they've got up there on ,

this job are the biggest gluttons for 0

work I ever saw. They put in about

14 hours a day and are talking Flor- ..
ida to thousands.

Just to find out what it was like

I tried standin' at the informationdesk t .._..
and answer' questions. Boy \

from the amount of interest these J/ '
visitors are showing in real estate, : "
small farms, groves, water front ;" ; '
.' k homes and the like, I wouldn't bea t1 T
bit surrpised to see another booma t .

darn sight sooner than a lot of :: :

us The have type been of expectin'folks making it. these .. >.'.? F : : .: /TOVFLORIDA I I

;; inquiries are high class. A lot of _., .. >
them know what they want and they ,,,:r/. ,-. .- ; :
: have got the money to pay for it. ..
Not one out of ten, that I had the '/ :' ;:. .. .. ii to those who think of Florida as the "playground of America" --:S -
of talking to had been in .' : : :, )
pleasure 7'i : I that this state produces minerals averaging $15,000,000 in value
Florida but every one of them want- -./ ;' .."
> '
annually. Rich deposits touched
scarcely await the
ed to come and a lot of them are development that must

plannin' to get down next winter. .. ,,_....:,:. r"x: ;-.: 1_ come with increased population, new capital investment and expanded markets.
There's just no use my tryin' to r--'J ) 'j'\;jS,
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tell you the whole story in one col ,: _

umn. It can't be' done, so we'll have '. '. <.,( :; '--: Florida has four metallic and thirteen non-metallic minerals in commer:0 rig;

another chapter next week. ; :, (. cial quantity and quality. Of these the ( r.
,. "- most important is phosphate, used in 'J'--i'
:' .j' .- : .S.'' :/-; half of this '
INSTALLS EQUIPMENT : /': ; over country S consumption of commercial fertilizer. Florida mine .'

-/f: ii'. 80 per cent of the phosphate produced in the United States and one-third ;$w"

\ ; ""**;". of the world supply. .
(Moore Haven Democrat) .-. S
A carload of equipment for the .. The All Florida' Corny. ::' ',' .,,"' ,, .t:

machine shop which was recently millee is a non-partisan, .: Other important mineral products include lime, limestone. sand, gravel .: *., ...
built adjoining tthe city light plant '
was received Saturday by Joseph non profit organization clays centFu s earth, kaolin, ilmenite, zircon, rutile, monazite and peat. Fifty :

Spndaio and has been unloaded and I for the promotion of per of this country's Fuller earth comes from Florida. The finest

placed in the shop ready for installa- Florida's welfare as a kaolin, used for porcelain, and diatomaceous earth, applied in dozens of commercial -

tion. .< .. whole. uses is mined here. The
: Study these peat supply is tremendous, but undeveloped
of ;
The largest single piece machinery ,
,. which will be used in the I weekly announcements a single Everglades fire has wasted enough peat fuel to illuminate the city .

shops is a lathe which weighs approximately carefully so that you may '. of Tampa for several years. ;
12 tons and about 30 "''.;. J' .-
know Florida and thus .f
feet long. The heaviest of the dredge : ,

tooling work may be done with this be better filled to co- : Unusual opportunities are offered in the many allied mineral industries

smaller lather In pieces addition of" machinery to this were several received operate' in its prosperity. ,;.. !,, that can and will be developed if the world; is informed of the value and ,,' ,

including a smaller lathe, a -, .. : '.',,' availability of these rich deposits. Capital' will be invested, payrolls increased, '

.. small dynamo, a gasoline hoist, and : homes, built population doubled and trebled when our real resources are .
other things. Several other pieces of : known. ,
machinery are expected to arrive '-: .
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soon. Most of the equipment was ,, ./ >

purchased by Mr. Spadaro in Tampa. Let's turn the white lih't.f ( .
publicity on the limitless of Flor- J f
The blacksmith shop has already
been outfitted with anvil and forgo dlI1 I DA ida, illuminating the story of our potential advantages. Let's unify our efforts, .*.

and acetyline welding equipment and combine pur force, weld together our interest ts in en All 1 Florida ndvartiaing'

is Mike being Shea used I is at In this charge time.of the in- ccb; 'i ft M T !Q8r rtl; ,:,,l niobifed l !! for f I ita benefit 1 of till tiorn' Of the !IIMft i l IW ftfl I ftty: '

rltnJlutl w er ti'a equiiiirieui hf lli6Ullttfd wwwnhtt' will py lvlde"&s in RPSifcm -'!' ,..U* . .h. ',. '. ". t' ,.,

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