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Title: The Clewiston news
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Creation Date: July 20, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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8, NUMBER 27. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR

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is t 8-YARD DRAGLINETO Teachers Named for I' '
s KIWANIS CLUB IS $3,700,000 Allotted Lake. .

! Clewiston SchoolsA
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ENTERTAINED BY START WORK I! Flood Control Projectsi

tentative list of the teachers for

EXHIBIT OF SLIDESClewiston ON LEVEE HEREA the Clewiston School was announced I o .

this week by the trustees. The list I i I ;

has been submitted to the. School : Time Lock Is I I Last Friday Florida was allotted a

large Marion dragline belongingto total, of $4,200,000 by the Public
Kiwanians and their : Board for approval.
the McWliliains Dredging Company V. I I Works Administration for three proj-
instructor
wives and guests were treatedto George' Stanley, recently an Installed at the BankIn
arrived at Fort Pierce from New ects in the state. The largest
exhibit of slides at Micanopy school, has been por
most unique
a Orleans Tuesday morning for transit selected the the tion of this amount 13,700.000 will '
with remarks by F. J. as principal for com-
explanatory through the St., Lucie Canal to be used, to continue the dredging and
Nebiker, of the U. S. Engineers, at ing year. Mr. Stanley has also taught accordance with their policy to

their meeting Wednesday evening at the McWilliams levee construction on athletics at the University in Ha- provide the most modern equipmentfor flood, control work on Lake Okeechobee -.

Lake Okeechobee. The machine left Cuba.B. and the Caloosahatchee River.
the Watanabe Hotel. The occasion vana. handling bank business and safe-
La. which is about 100 The allotment
Plaquemine, E. Herring has been chosen to was termed a "sec-
.
was also Ladies Night. miles north of New Orleans on the guarding deposits, The First Bankof ond year" allotment for continuing
The collection of slides is the again serve in the capacity of assist-
Mississippi River, in tow of the tug ant principal. Clewiston announces the recent installation construction begun with previous
property of Mr Nebiker and was, '
"De Bardeleben," on Tuesday night, funds. Last year the flood control
made him with and Placing of the teachers accordingto of a Diebold delayed time
by great care
July 10. Less than six days were work received an allotment of $4-
skill and with an eye to both the artistic grades will be left entirely' to the lock _system, the nfosf efficient de-
required to make the trip of about 200,000. Within a very short time
and educational value of the principal vice for protecting safe contents that after the
1500 miles from New Orleans appropriation had been -
The High School will have
one
The collection is I
subjects. an ex- around Key West to Fort Pierce. In has ever been introduced. made most of the huge sum had been
teacher Livonia
new Congdon of Al-
traordinary one. The ,colorings of order able to seek shelter Stewart contracted for.
to be in va. The other High'School teachersare E. L. cashier, explainsthe -
the slides in detail
are exquisite ,
case of storm, the tug followed the well known here and include working of the mechanism as No authoritative statement has
noticeable for their
particularly the artistic coast line over the entire route and Gertrude Balasok and Eva Mae Green. follows, : At night the lock is set as as yet been made regarding the work '
those
coloring where of kept in radio communication with The Elementary School will have is every other time lock. Upon open- which will be undertaken with the
Seminole Indians both In towns
tc31- the outskirts, of the Everglades and on the mainland. However, calm weather two: new teachers. One will be Lu- ing the safe in the morning only new appropriation due to the' fact

in their natural habitats. The colors prevailed throughout the entire cille Hampton of LaBelle and the enough money is withdrawn to care that in several instances there is a

voyage. : other is at present undecided. The for the first few hours business. question of whether the work will .
in these in
minute' detail.pictures Another are .correct The Marion machine is one of the other teachers for the lower grades When it is necessary .to withdrawmore be carried on as now planned. The
especially
beautiful largest and most modern excavating will be Mae Drew, Vilma Rhodes and money from the safe the timing onjy piece of construction about
was that
picture of. the
machines to be placed operation 1 Mrs. W. C Prewitt. device is set and in fifteen "minutesthe which there seems to be no questionof

idians.'painted In desert its riot, resembling of color to tropical Flor- on Lake Okeechobee. It weighs about I Mrs. G. C. Poole will be the sub- safe unlocks. If no one is pres- being built at this tjme is the com
a
450 tons and is equipped with a 175 I stitute teacher. ent at the time to open the safe, It bined hurricane gate and locks dust

sunset. foot aluminum boom which carriesan The Clewiston school will open automatically relocks itself in a few north of Moore Haven past ,the rail-
: Mr. Nebiker
a native of Switzer-
,
.., eight yard bucket. The machineis around the first of October. moments. So the safe is, in reality road, dock and fish houses. This, iai-
land
showed these slides to large
operated by steam and burns fuel locked at all times and a fifteen mense, complicated structure will be
crowds of his fellow
countrymenwhile oil. It is supported and moves upon minute interval required to open. built of heavily reinforced concrete "

on a visit to his homeland a portable matts which are laid witha Club House RobbedOf The ,system has been installed by a'' and will be electrically' operated. !
year ago and excited great interest.
double track of standard railroad Government
great many of the larger and mOd- estimate on the structure
The first slides shown of
were gauge and standard weight rails. The ern banks and is said to be a great. is approximately $450,000.
official Cash Last FridayThe
maps showing recordings of two tracks are laid about thirty feet 'protection from bank robberies. No. Plans are now complete and the Government
the in all section of
temperatures apart. The matts required weigh robber or group of robbers would engineers will advertise for

the country and should have provedto between 250 and 300 tons: Clewiston Golf Clubhouse was under normal' circumstances feel bids within the next few weeks, it .

even the most skeptical that the The steel barge upon which the broken into Friday morning betweenthe comfortable waiting in bank, fifteen is said. Thirty days: are required for
Florida climate is in
more pleasant dragline was towed is 49 feet wide, hours of ten' and eleven, and minutes for a safe to open after they advertising before contracts are let
...
summer than other states far to the 149 feet long and 9 feet deep. The robbed of six dollars in ,cash and a had held up a bank. so if there is no hold-up in awardingthe
north. Also
numerous maps were able to clear contract work should
barge was just barely commence
small amount of candy.
shown showing the path of hurricanesin : the St I sometime in October '
the by-pass on Lock No. 2 in famil- on this strt c-
robbers
The evidently were
Florida from the years 1900 to Lucie wide. Two
Canal which is 50 feet New
> I iar with the whereabouts of the Draglines
ture.With
1930. Others showed the two most
The 1\1cW'i1liams Dredging Com- the plan in ntind to finish
managers, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd,
publicized storms of 26 and 28.
pany plans to place the new dragline as Mrs. Byrd had just left for town Arrive for Engineers the dike before any other work is
Several pictures taken in the midst
immediately behind their dredge undertaken it is likely that the sec-
and Mr. Byrd was out attending to
.
of a great blow were shown.: Florida, which will continue t the course. Entrance was obtained by tion of between -
. A number of photographs showing waste the muck and build a: pro- cutting the screen. .' Il Two new Bay City draglines were the mouth of. the St. ,Lucie canaL_ '

, the Tamiami Trail under construction at The Mar- purchased recently for the U. S. En-
tection levee as present. Several suspects were taken into Port Myacca will be built with the
were flashed on the screen. ion will build its track fill and gineers. They are of the Caterpillartype.
own
i questioned and released. I present appropriation at a cost or
custody, } ,
These showed the day by day pro-I will throw in about one-half of the I They arrived in Clewiston over approximately $1,500,000. With this

I '\ gress under numerous handicaps fill required to make the levee. It is the A.C.L., were transferred to barges section under contract, the entire levee -

.: Nebiker said that"when these slides expected that the addition of this new and towed to Pahokee. B. B. Bush, from the northwest end of Fish-
r Lake
; were exhibited in Switzerland the machine will about double the present Engineers Wallop formerly an operator on the Mc- eating Creek to Port :Myacca: will be

natives could not conceive how our Williams job has been transferred tc
The
rate of levee construction under construction. A section on the!

roads were built in that manner. with machine will be in operation around Placid to Tune of 6-1 Pahokee as one of the operators or. north shore near Okeechobee is not

modern equipment as over in their one of the new machines.
27th 28th.
July or to be built in the immediate future
l country machines are barred there-,
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I The.U. S. Engineers defeated Lake it is said.

: uation.by relieving the unemployment sit- School Board to Buy Placid 6-1.at Lake Placid Sunday In Crossed Wires Cause On the southeast shore" of the

I I lacking in thrills and excite- lake there four drainage culvertsto
a game are
'boom' times in Miami
Pictures of
and other points of interest in South II I All Steel Bus Body ment. I Small Fire Tuesday be built which will in all prob-

Timely hitting gave the Engineersa ability be built and paid for-out of
Florida were shown. At one time -r ,__
I 5-0 lead at the end of the third the present appropriation. These
'boom' started in
there Switzerland
was a -
I The School Board is negotiatingfor inning and the steady twirling of During a thunderstorm here TUC.J, structures are to cost approximately;
the speaker said but the '
,
ernment stepped in immediately gov-and the purchase of an all steel body "Pop".Walker kept the Lake Placid day, the wires in the H. A. Bestor $40,000 each and are similar: in con-

[I bus for the use of the school stu- hits well scattered, allowing no runs residence, until recently occupied by struction to those recently completedat
law
passed a whereby a party
pur- dents. The new law prohibiting the until the eighth when Alsobrook Lieut. and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway, the mouth of Nicodemous Slough..
chasing property must keep the land
use of, any bus, except one with an i j scored Lake Placid's only run. The became crossed and caught fire. The Present_ plans call for the construc-
for five years. If the owner failed to I ..
all steel body, will be put into effect -biggest job the Engineers had was fire department was summoned Im- tion of approximately a million and
comply with this demand the land
was immediately confiscated. the first of the year. furnishing umpires, three substitu- mediately. There was no considerable a half dollars worth of concrete spIllways -

tions being made, behind the plate. damage. in the St Lucie canal to pre-
, In the collection
, was a particularly -
MOTHER OF DR. EZELLE DIES Batteries: Lake Placid, Childers, vent erosion. At the present time
1 fine picture of Thomas A. Edison -
AT HOE IN GRACEVILLE York and Alsobrook; Engineers, Williamson every rain that comes washes a quark ;
and his wife taken by Mr. Neb-
iker.. Walker and Cruze. County May Vote tity of silt into this important channel ti

I Friends of Dr. J. W. Ezelle learned and new bars are constantly

Several Interesting photographs I' today of the death of his mother, Mrs.J. On Liquor QuestionOCALA forming as .a menace, to navigation.

were shown of construction of sev-'I B. Ezelle at Graceville Thursday Negro Arrested Here Whether or not it is intended to go Y
eral in the
projects west, which in-
afternoon. Dr. Ezelle received word 19.FNSTheYoung ahead with this work at the present. t

cluded other points pictures of interest.from California and I from Graceville Wednesday night Wanted in Haines CityE. Democrats, July of Marion County time is not known but if it shouldbe

that his mother was very low and he movement that is ex- the larger portion of the approp-
have started
The tour a
by of the
means sliders '
"''"
and Mrs. Ezelle left immediately for counties riation will be used up.
) was concluded with photos of New pected to spread to many
.- I Iyr that place. It is believed he reachedhis B. Butler arrested Vesta ", election in November. Should the St. Lucie work be de-
before the general
.
York, showing her skyline and sev- 'n-I j
mother's bedside a short time liams, colored, Monday, wanted
eral of her skyscrapers.The ferred until a later time it is prob- :
before she passed away. Haines City by the police.
pictures of parts of Floridain I This organization, without espous- able that the remaining portion of
The negro broke into and robbed side
dry
the wet nor ;
the making created the most interest ing neither the appropriation will be med on
Alleged Election Frauds a filling station in Haines City and petitions to have the
and many of those present, !is circulating i
when an officer attempted to arrest whether liquor shall be the upper Caloosahatchee from
who are native Floridians question of
or are I Will Be InvestigatedTALLAHASSEE him, he knocked the officer unconscious sold in Marion county brought to a Moore Haven to Lock No. 3. Practically -
by adoption, were delighted at the
intimate and interesting shots of .and robbed him of his pistol vote at the same time state prohibi- I all of the right-o'f-way has

FNS- and blackjack. is decided upon by the been secured for this section and..
I Florida taken by a native of Switz July 19, ( tion repaj .
Mr Butler arrested the negro In i preliminary engineering work completed -
erland. County Solicitors of Hillsborough, electorate.If

The other Engineers who were I Monroe and Duval' counties have Harlem here. Pat Murphy, chief of I Florida voters ratify the pro- i so that by the first of Aug-

guests "of the Kiwanis club Wednes- been instructed by Governor Sholtz police of Haines City, came to Clew- hibition amendment repeal in No ust this section will be ready for advertising -

of iston immediately after hearing of tho liquor laws of 1918, I for bids. This work provides -
investigations
day evening were: Charles Wilirams, to make sweeping II vember, ,
I
h the arrest and took the negro to been repealed, will auto- for widening Three-Mile Canal
Paul Irons, W. T. Effting and F. S. alleged election frauds in the recent ever having I with'
Gary. I primaries, as a result of numerous Haines City to face charges there. matically be reinstated. Under the local to a width of ninety: feet
I II the
off
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? ::::,", Members oC the club and their I complaints received by the governor. .: option law only four counties, Es- i all of the widening taken The channel

r" ., wives who attended' were: Mr. and The determination of the governor I I FEDERAL STAMP REQUIRED cambia, Monroe, Hillsborough and east side of the canal. six feet in

h: Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mr and Mrs J. to disclose such frauds, if they exist, BEFORE HUNTING DUCKS Pinellas, will permit the sale of liq- I' will be -a minimum of and will -

, :: E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. was made known when his order to uor. The other 63 counties will be depth the entire length channelto provide
navigation
Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Good- the solicitors was made public. According to a postal bulletin received dry. I an excellent
to
it is completed
:>:'" man, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whiddon, The sancitity of the ballot and the recently by Postmaster A. W. Any county is permitted, under the I the Gulf when this end of Caloosahatchee -

',::' guests, Mr and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Miss.' rights of the people of Florida must Lawrence duck fiunters are requiredto constitutional amendment proposal, Beautiful Island at The channel fol-

Louise Waldron, A. W. Slas, Mist be protected, the governor's letter purchase a federal stamp which to vote liquor in' at the same time! Bay.the line as at
somewhat same
Marion Leydig, E. E. Kelly, T. B. stated, in directing the Solicitors to must be affixed to_their hun'inn'! ;; lic- they vote on the amendment in the I lows Hlcpochee and

Shelley, A. A. Munroe, J. w. Ezelle, get to the bottom of the reports ense before going duck hunting.The I general election. A petition of five present across be widened Lake and deepened

J. K. Mowry, 1S.: MacMullen and which are being circulated regarding stamps will be on sale at the per cent of the voters is necessaryto I will also After
i I of water.
H. R. Hall. fraud and to prosecute to the fullest local post office and are to be on !, cause the county boards of com- across this body River ..

extent of the law Infringement of sale at once. The purpose of the taxis :: !! missioners to act on tho question. If I entering the Caloosahatchee straightas

,41- the primary law which the investi- to provide money for buying land :: an election is not called .in a county the channel -will be cut as in
1
; Lieut. P. A. Feringa of Jacksonville gations may disclose. on which the breeding and conservation for two years, then 20 per cent of possible to eliminate the curves proved

and two cadets from West Paint The governor asked for a full and of wild ducks will be conducted. I the voters must petition the county the river which have always flow of

:'. were in Clewiston Tuesday and Wednesday complete report of the Investigationsas $1,000,000 Is expected to be raised]I board before a vote ,to let down the such an impediment to the

on an inspection tour. soon as possible. in this way. liquor laws, may be taken. water.






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'-, CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 20 1934. .' ::,l t :,:,". ,\1

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of pernicious; anemia was probably:due RABBIT .',. ,.r
SYRIAN BR'ER ,,,
News Review of Current ,to the weakened fact that by years her bone of exposure'to structurewas Howe About: :"'-.,:- :.:

"
The tales Uncle Remus told didn'tcome :
radium and X-rays. : ,
The Netherlands was thrown from Georgia after all, accord- ,
the World Over"Sccon'd Into
Events of the Oriental .
mourning by the death of Prince Con- Russia Ing to, archeologists -
Institute 'of the University of Chica8
He ,
sort Henry. was married to Queen
Wilhelmina In 1901 and the Dutch people BeggingBig go. They claim Br'er Rabbit and all

had learned to love him deeply., Business Men his friends came' from ancient Syria ,

Smashed Hitler and Its 'Leaders Syndlca.te.-WNU originally, and by being handeddown
,Revolution" by Bell Service..
MINISTER RAMSAY MAC- . . . -. by word of mouth now exist, In a '!.

Put to Death-Roosevelt' Names Five PRIME of Great Britain, 'who Is By ED HOWE southern locale.-Pathfinder Maga- '

in Scotland on a vacation, was bitterly : zinc

Boards and Sails Away. :;' ; assailed In the house of lords by VIscount THERE are. ,actually a good many I
I features In the present :
Snowden, former chancellor of '
exchequer and once close personal Soviet government In Russia. The
0
By EDWARD W. PICKARD ; friend of the premier.. Snowden denounced Idea that no public official should receive DR.W.E.FITGHTALKS'J

by Western Newspaper Union. than month Is
MacDonald as a _traitor'to his more $150 a

colleagues In 'the Labor party and to sound ; so Is.the habit of promptly pun-. '
of a radical plot Okada because he realized that the, 'ON MINERAL WATERTells "
FOREWARNED the country. fishing officials when they are dishonest '
Socialist partyto conference will be of the Importance
utmost -
i "The cabinet found the prime mInIs- 'or negligent. But the determination -
bring about a second revolution In to Japan's fu ure.TRADE .
ter such an amenable Instrument. of to live by Communist principles .

Germany, Chancellor Adolf Hitler Tory ,policy," Snowden declared, "thatIt will wreck Sovietism. Com- Why It Is Often Helpful .
_w_ struck with 'swiftness war between Great Britain
has come to the conclusion that munism is so palpably weak In'so '
%% and ruthlessness that was averted by the "Rheumatic" Aches :
Mii there are no professions which he many respects it cannot succeed. The
completely smashedthe signing of an agreement protecting objection to the of Karl Marxis and Pains
the made, no pledges which he gave ,the teaching .'
revolt on eve British Interests during the reich's six '
country which he will not repudiate, it ,will not fit human needs. The
of the planned coup months foreign obligations morato-
no humiliation to which he will not poor man is entitled to justice; 'but so
d'etat and left the rium, ordered in effect July 1. EUROPEAN SCIENTISTS '
submit If they only allow him still to Is the man who refuses to remain poor. ,
malcontents, chiefly Under the accord, Germany agrees
be called prime minister And In the human experiment' there '
,.
M membersof'the'Storm, vto pay Young and 'Dajjes plan obliga- CONFIRM OPINION V
and "The Tories have no use for Mac- has never been found a tribe of men
troopers, dazed tions when due In October, November -.
,Donald except for exhibiting him on wherein the majority were willing to.
terrified. The Chan- and December, on presentation of ,
exhibited their platform In chains as the one- remain ,in perpetual poverty. Nature Recently William Edward Fitch,
cellor himself coupons on bonds by the Bank of Eng- ""
and 'personal time Socialist who has' seen' the error 'provided means for all to become well- M. ,D., member of the International
resolution
&.-Gl. wit hChanceHor land. of his ways and found salvation In to-do, and the better specimens of men Society of Medical Hydrology and '
bravery For six ,months beginning July 1, author of that comprehensive book
the spiritual home of the Tory party. will not consent' to forever remaining
which the world had the German= government Is, to pro "Mineral: Waters of the United.States
Hitler "He will be used for the -. uncomfortable when comfort aboundsand
not credited him., vide sterling funds to the 'Bank of samepur and American Spas" spoke as follows
Flying' from Berlin to Munich in the England for the purchase in full at poses as the reformed drunkard at may be easily attained by not unreasonable on a program over the National \

night Hitler with only two bodyguardswent the nominal value of all coupons- on temperance meetings." effort. I may not be hereto Broadcasting System: __

direct to the summer home of these loans, held by British subjects. see the end of the Russian experiment "Drinking a mineral water.is not ;-I..t.i ;.

Capt. Ernst Roehm, commander of the on June 15, ,when the moratorium was, BORAH of Idaho, Inde- but let younger men remember i like drinking an ordinary water, for .:.

brown shirts and long his personal disclosed. SENATOR Republican, opened his the prediction that Communism must in addition to the virtues and therapeutic -

friend. Koehm and certain of his associates one-man campaign against the New be given up there. Like whisky, It Is value of the water itself which, the
minerals of
r combined
were found in situations that PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT departed Deal In, a radio address attacking especially a fool ; it will not stand practical trial. such infinitesimal, some proportions as rein

confirmed the often heard stories of on his cruise to the Caribbean and bureaucracyand almost to defy man's limited power of

their moral perversion, and as Hitler Hawaii aboard the Houston, accompanied monopoly. Al- Negroes are very disagreeable In analysis, produce systemic changes' .

was certain also of their complicity In by his two younger sons Franklin though his criticism bothering whites for gifts. "have which affect disease profoundly. .

tie revolutionary plot, he personally lin, Jr., and John ; was directed primarily spent the present winter in an apartment In Europe, of,course, mineral water
insignia ,. hous in Miami Fla. and have treatment has been known for thou- -
arrested Roehm, tore off his} Rudolph Forster, of against what he '
'
and offered him a chance to commit the White House sec- conceives to be these found everything satisfactory except sands of years, and is universally ac ,

suicide. This Roehm refused, so on retarial .staff; Commander :;;? = t.of elements In the ,New my. failure to satisfy the negro serv- cepted. .in. I small am happy to to the have spread con'tributed -'

Hitler's order he was shot to death, Ross T. Mcln- Deal, he 'summarily' ants. An old fellow living nearby of knowledge a of this way form of treat-

as were the others taken with him tire naval [ indicted the national so, much annoyed that he will not leta ,
for
physician ; ment in our own great country,
Meanwhile, Gen. Hermann Wilhelm, Gus Gennerich, per- leadership Cr''the Republican negro maid come in; he does his own here we have the same needs as Eu .

Goering premier of Prussia, directeda sonal bodyguard ; party on the cleaning up, and I often go over to rope's population-the same diseases,

series of raids throughout'the country Richard Jervis, secret ground that, It "seems enjoy his indignation. I have been the same suffering, the same problemsand

that resulted in the deaths' of nu- w-' t ,service man, and wholly unwilling to whipped into submission, but admire a bountiful Nature has'provided ,

merous prominent members of the conspiracy Pharmacist's Mate Senator Borah touch' thIs[ vital issue"namely man brave enough to rebel in a good the same form of treatment-natural

'and the arrest of scores. Chief George Fox. On accompanying '- ,' the monopolistic trend. cause. The poor whites are as American mineral waters sparkling ,
those down'was Gen. Kurt "' -" and bubbling from the, earth, ready {
shot .
among [ destroyJ.M.Land.s The senator said the Roosevelt bad as the negroes in begging. About .
and able to end serious and painful _
von Schleicher, Hitler's predecessor as ers are two secret regime was establishing not Nazism[ the only real vigor shown in the United disease."

chancellor and reputed head of the service men and three representativesof not Fascism, not Communism, but, States during the past winter has When we think of what Dr. Fitch ,-

revolutionary plot His wife steppedIn 'three big press associations. "simply that meddlesome, irritating, been displayed in begging campaigns. has' said of the real value of'mineral '

the way of the policemen's bullets Before sailing the President per confusing, undermining, destructive Everyone!' Is apt to be a little preju- waters-and then think how very few

and also died. Well-known Storm formed these seven Important acts : thing called bureaucracy." And bureau- diced when discussing his own case, people can afford to travel to Ameri-

troop leaders in Munich and elsewherewere' Approved the Frazier-Lemke farm cracy he defined as "that form of gov- and It'really seems to me I 'do my ca's mineral water resorts-it is very

put to death summarily and so mortgage moratorium bill. ernment which steals away man's share ,in proper giving, but the Ameri- important to know about Crazy Water -
Heinrich'Klausener head of the Crystals, and the happiness they have
was ,
Approved the railroad unemployment rights In the name of the mblic'In.- can system of begging seems to me
brought to millions suffering from
Catholic Action party. and pension act Involving ad- terest and taxes him to death in the disgraceful. :Much of it Is racketeerIng "rheumatic" aches and pains and

Vice Chancellor Franz von Papen, ditional burdens of millions of dollars I name of recovery." Bureaucracy: the ; the selfish business of boss beggars other chronic ailments. Crazy Water-
who had attacked the radical I
recently on the carriers. Idaho'senator asserted, "has destroyed who hide behind the scenes and Crystals are just precious minerals

tendencies of the Nazis, was put under Appointed Joseph Kennedy, wealthy every civilization upon which 'It has browbeat timid citizens into, engaging, crystallized from a great natural min- -

heavy guard, and forbidden to leave New York stock operator as chairmanof fastened its lecherous grip." ,in charity campaigns they do not eral water-a type of mineral water' ,

his home, and two of his adjutants the new securities exchange com- It Is the common man who' will be themselves believe in. Ask any Amer- that has built one of America's'great. .,

killed themselves.Von mission for a five-year term, and the,chief victim of our new bureaucratic ican what he Is most disgusted with, est health resorts, to which 150,000 ,

Papen offered to resign from the George C. Mathews, James M. Landis, form of government, the Idahoan 'as and he will probably tell you It is com- people flock Water every year. You with just mix
Crazy Crystals plain
cabinet, but President Von Hindenberg Robert E. Healy and Ferdinand Pecoraas serted. The influential and powerful mittee begging. The smart French do water, ,and make a great, mineral. -

his close friend, refused to accept members for terms ranging from have demonstrated that they "can gen- none of it; the Germans and English water at home. :

the resignation, and the cabinet four years downward. erally obtain all the rights and privi- very little. It is an American weak- And Crazy Water Crystals are very :

urged him to remain as minister with 'Named Eugene O. Sykes, Thad H. leges they desire under any form ofgoyernment. ness ; ,one-of many *we all disapproveof economical. A standard sized package

out portfolio to supervise activities In Brown, Paul Walker, Norman Case, ." But the "freedom and but do not quit. Instead of quit 'costs only $1.50 and is sufficient for :

the Saar. Von Papen, however -will IrvIn Stuart, George Henry Payne and political rights" of the toilers are be- ting, the -nuisance is becoming worse several weeks treatment in your own ,',

take a protracted leave of absence. Hampson Gary members of the new ing more and' more limited, whether every day ; leaders In it are trained home. Crazy Water Co., Mineral
Viktor'Lutze, was appointed to suc- terms Wells, Texas. .
communications commission for under European dictatorships or the .as others are trained to become stenog-
ceed Roehm as chief of staff of all the ranging from se.en'years downward.Set American bureaucracy.
raphers, doctors, lawyers, machinists,
reichswehr units Including the national labor
up new re- to pull teeth, and receive large In-

the Storm lations board with Lloyd Garrison, events In.recent days.have em- comes from the dishonest business.
; .
troops among whom dean of the University ,of Wisconsinlaw TWO the' friendship that exists \r

the disaffection had school chairman, and Prof. .
Henry between the United States and Can-
There Is more than the usual com-
+ existed and the regu- Alvin Mills, head of the economics de-' aier STALE .
ada. The first was the dedication of
plaint lately about big business men.
lar army, which was .. at the [ of
partment University Chicago
,
} declared to be entirely -' t .; the new International bridge span- A new charge, Is they do not manage are for sale by dealers displayingthe
and Edward S. Smith of Massachu-
ning the St. Lawrence between Roose- "
loyal to Hitler. :W 4' IIw their wives. and children with reason- red and green Crazy Water
,r President Von Hln- -i setts, labor relations' specialist, as the veltowu, N. Y., and Cornwell, Canada able efficiency. No American Crystals sign Get a box today. /
other members'Named Secretary of War Dern represented
denburg all] this time does ; specially foolish women and children -
James A. Moffett, former President Roosevelt 'at the ceremony, .
was at his estate at are as common ..among the poor .
4 II vice president of the Standard Oil and the earl of Bessborough governor
Neudeck, East Prussia as among the well-to-do. The mannerIn
"rlii..d'reports Company of New Jersey and a memo general was there for the Dominion.

and there were vlktor Lutz ber of the planning and co-ordinating The second .event,- on' July 4, was which American women muss up :

of his, serious committee of the ,oil conservationboard the return to the Canadian governmentof their men has been the'wonder of foreigners -
Illness, which were since the foundation of the
flatly denied. Two as administrator of the new the mace of the parliament of up- republic -

days after the chancellor's drastic action $1,000,000,000 housing program. per Canada that was taken, during 'the ; Americans no more assert

the. aged president telegraphed Appointed five members of a com War of 1812, at the battle of York, themselves'in their homes than they do

Hitler and Goering his approval of mission to study federal aviation and and had been In the Naval academyat In politics. And look at what the pol-

their course, congratulated them on air mail affairs and make recommend- Annapolis ever .since.[ On recom iticians have done to them.i, "'

their victory and thanked them in ations to the next congress-Clark mendation of President Roosevelt Americans need a lot of reform In a A1

the name of the nation. Undoubtedly Howell, Atlanta, Ga., publisher; Jerome congress authorized the restitution of lot of ways.

Hitler's personal position was Clarke Hunsaker, New York ; the mace. Rear Admiral William D. 0 .

strengthened for the time being and Edward P. Warner, Washington, D. The Crying and Restlessnessof
ow Leahy, chief of the bureau of ,naviga- I find I ,can't stand good times, ; my
the leftist elements in the Nazi party C. Franklin K. Lane, Jr., California,
; tion, accompanied by his aid, Lieut greatest mistakes have been made durIng in
children is frequently an cationof.WonnsorTapewormin -
were weakened and divided.[ Goeringand and Albert J. Berres, California. Com. Ernest H. von Helmburg, made good times. And I cannot tho

Hitler professed pity for the "mis- at Toronto and 'at appreciate now that times were'very
the presentation safest and .
led" Storm system. The cheapest, ,
troopers
but the latterare 'M R. ROOSEVELT went ashore for tended the unveiling of a monument good when we agree they were at their quickest medicine for ridding chile
now out of their ,
porarily and uniforms tem- the first time on his cruise at erected by the United States' Daughters best. Times are always hard ; we dren or adults of these parasites is '

may never be as Important Cape' Haltien, Haiti, where he was met of 1812 to the memory oT General must constantly save and be careful. '

as they have been In the past by President Stenio Vincent and other Pike and others of the United States' Dr.Peery's'DEADSHOTVermlfuge '
They had become
pretorlan something like a officials of the island republic. At the forces killed during that war. ,A traveler says that when an AmerIcan -
guard that threatened
ler's Hit Union club he made an address, partlyIn picture play Is presented in Ger- ows .rneM ,yN f

supremacy. French. In which he announced the was a general scattering of many, the lingering kisses, the bravery -
THERE
forthcoming withdrawal of the ma- chieftains following of the Western heroes, the nobleness -

JAPAN'S of a financial cabinet scandal resigned as a result nines adding that he' hoped they wouldbe the departure of President Roosevelt of the heroines, attract whistling 50c a bottle at drngrjrists or

vice minister, and the Involving.calledon a remembered as friends who had Secretary Roper went to Alaska and from those in the audience. The Wright's Pill.Co., 100 Gold St., N.\ City. .
emperor tried to help Haiti.
Marine detach- ,
Prince Saionji last or'th elder Secretary Morgenthau to a Montana'ranch. Germans are making fun of us. .
,
ments have been on duty in
Haiti, Dern sailed for the
Secretary ,
statesmen, for advice In I Have we not reached-an age when we
selecting a whose population Is 90
per cent colored Canal 'Zone, and Secretary Swansonand CUTICURABathe {
new premier. The'prince recommended should recover from some of the conspicuous "
since 1915. :-,
General Cummings were
Admiral Keisuke Okada;: ,for the Attorney follies which 'attract'con. ....
place down on the lower Potomac on yachts. older countries 1
pointment and the emperor made the ap- ATTEMPTS to open the port of San Secretary Hull took motor rides In, the temptuous criticisms* In i. JliGe JlIin

which was generally con- .L1 Francisco, closed for some time Virginia mountains. Secretary Farleywas J.:
sidered very wise. Okada asked Koki the dock workers: strike The great Goethe had 14 Great. with
by resultedin In New York and Secretary Wallace the affected parts freely
Hirota to remain as foreign minister bloody riots in which several men went to Chautauqua. Secretaries Worries in his life, and was often In Cnticnrn Soap and hot water dry

and the minister of war and navy also were killed and many injured. Gov. Ickes and Perkins remained at their complete despair, but at, last left muchto gently, and anoint with Cutlcurn

were reappointed. The new govern- Frank Merrlman called out 2,000. National 'job. General Johnson went to Sara his credit. All the great have stag- Ointment. Pure and healing, these

ment is expected to follow the general Guardsmen. toga Springs for rest gered along In the same way ; so wor- super-creamy emollients bring quickreGef
a
Harry Hopkins -
lines of policy laid down had little time and soon heal itching, burning,
by Saito ried women they
retiring sailed for Europe and ,Professor by .
skin affections pimples i(
premier. One of Itf chief aims M!1IE. MARIE CURIE, co-discoverer Tugwell went to the Far West. Lesser left for anything else. rashes scaly and all forms,eczema of skin troubles.Soap C.;.)
will be, to clean up graft. with her husband of radium and lights also left Washington. As It Is, always has been, and always

Japanese naval circles are con- rated .as one of the, world's greatest ---- will be, there_ have been somo 26e Sample Ointment each 2Ec free.and SOc .

vinced that Okada Is the only man women, passed away at Passy In the elected a new 'constitu" quite remarkable men ; perhaps It Is Address "Cutlcura/Dept 203,

capable of safely piloting the nation French Alps at the age of sixty-six MEXICO president-Gen. JLazaro Idle to speculate upon what greater Maiden, Mass.. b.r .

through the naval conference next years. Her physicians said that her Cardenas-and: it was the quietest thing they might accomplish if less -

year. They feel that Saionji selected Inability to recover from an attack election In the country's history. hampered with lore. WNU-7 2881THE






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I 1 gjiiiininniiiiiiiiinnmiiiiimiiiiini] ] iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini i niiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii niimiiiiiniimimimiiiiiiiiiminmiiuiG "Sausage Cases" in Use PIGEON SEEKS FIRST AID
::

j :: :: for Packing Ice CreamThe When lost In a fog a pigeon belong-

I = ing to Robert McCracken of New-

difficulties of serving Ice cream castle, Ireland, took refuge on a shipIn

Queen .A one s Lace I II cheaply and conveniently may be the Bay of Biscay In an exhausted
I solved by packing the perishable substance condition. The owner lost hope of
In sausage cases. Ice cream
, I UF recovering it, but a few days later
sausage has been found to save time
It came back with a message tied to
I.I I. and expense, while assuring perfect it which told him that it had been

I I By Frances Parkinson Keyes sanitary special conditions.filling machine With the the aid trans-ofa fed and cared for.


4 parent cases are tightly packed with Good Life, Rule

I WNTT Service, Ice cream by the simple expedient of In bad luck, hold out ; In'good luck, '
r- Frances Parkinson Keyee turning a crank. The sausage con- hold in.

-=, tainer may be used for all kinds of
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ I iiiiiiimimuiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiui J Ice cream, water Ices and frozen

The permanent chairman, efficient and both be submitted. There was a day fruits. The new packing Idea has

CHAPTER XIIIContinued31 belligerent, assumed; control of the convention of oratory and eloquence and hysteria ; been demonstrated at the Leipzig

with a few volcanic remarks. of plays to the gallery and appeals to fair, proving highly successful. In-

"Well, stay awake' then, but 1 The committees on membership and sectionalism. It ended as it had be- stead of dishing out the Ice cream,

I shan't." rules made their reports. The band gun, In confusion and hard feelings, the customer bays a foot or' a yard

Flinging his clothes hastily In every played. The policemen clustered. The and dramatic Instability. of ice cream sausage. The Ice cream

direction, Neal sank down beside her broadcaster continued to speak, earnestly Anne, going back to the hotel afterIt may be served In links of any de- FOR''

and was Instantly dead to the world. and enthusiastically into his ma ,was over, with a violent headache, sired thickness or length to suit the 4 ..

Two hours later he was abruptly chine. At last, genuinely worried, found Neal sitting beside the marble- convenience of the dealer or the ul-

aroused by a heavy pounding on the Anne approached Senator Lee, who topped "center table" of their "parlor' timate consumer. Ou

door and staggered to his feet ,still had Joined, his wife, and asked If bethought with a sandwich In one hand and a

drunk with slumber. "anything could have happened pencil with which he was scribbling: Or Something Like :That ,
: Safe Relief
"Yeah-Anne, who had not closed to Neal.} Illegible characters on a plump pink ",,, -' If' Adam had saved up five ,cents Quick,

her eyes heard him saying through a He laughed reassuringly. "My dear senate block In the other. aqd', 'had:, put it out to Interest at 6 For Eyes IrritatedBy

gingerly .opened crack-"1 guess so. lady, your husband one of the 'key' r "Hello," he said'cheerfully, "the per cent compounded quarterly, the To

t All right, I'll be there right away." He men. De can't be spared for window- worst Is over. I am a human being money now would be enough to buy Exposure

f closed and locked the door again and dressing like this. He has to work." again. And I might say in passing, up all the property in the world-un- Sun, Wind and DustAt

began to gather up his garments from "But Isn't the work being done here I you have been a brick as usual-during less the hank closed up on him and StoresWriteMurine

!' the floor, and put them on. at the convention?" these last few days while I haven't they told him that the Interest had ,All Drug

"I hoped I'd have time for a shave Senator Lee ,laughed again. "Cer been like a human being. Are you I eaten up the principal. < o.Pt.w,Chicaoror Free Book

and a shower," he muttered, "but I'm tainly not. What made you think it pretty tired?" ,
You can get to "Rather. It's all been so futile had
\ needed right away. was? Because we sang the 'Star-span
Madison Square garden all right alone, gled Banner' and shed tears about ugly. I believe I won't go to the evening

4 Anne, can't you? I've left your ticket Shaw's administration? There Is a bitter : session." Now Prices ReducedON
on the mantelpiece. Don't lose it. It fight ,over the platform and a bitterer "I'm sorry-1 thought we might go

might be snatched right out of your one over the candidate. Those together. The fact is-I am going to
make a speech. There seems to be a
Well
hand. goo'-by. are the real issues.
little after seven and sort of feeling that-well, that If I didI
It was only a He appeared to be about to say
he was gone again. The hubbub In the something more along the same line could straighten out this platform,

next room had worn Itself out. Anne tangle." .

began to grow drowsy but, almost Im- -1I ? ZI "Oh Neal, really? Then, of course, Genuine Bayer AspirinTins
shaken Into consciousness I'm "
... mediately, she was I going.
t -- by a band which, from the "Good 1 hoped you would, and I

: noise it made, appeared to be passing thought we might have dinner-a real
directly beyond the foot of her bed. dinner-on the roof first. I hear It's -

It was, of course, In the street out cool' and pleasant up there. Snap Into of 12 Tablets
side. She went to the window and the tub and out again and 'you'll feel tUttt uuutt Bottles of 24

watched It go by, a glitter of braid and better." NOW Tablets
brass. Then resigning herself to the As she moved away, slipping her

impossibility of resting, she rang for rI crushed. dress over her shoulders, she NOW ,
coffee and Dora. had the curious impression which she

At ten, clutching her precious ticket, had had a few days before when Sen-

she left her room, waited fifteen minutes ator Lee was talking to her, that Neal

for an elevator not already too had Intended to say something else IF"aq
crowded to take her in, threaded her r and then decided against it. She 7r+""' uo

way breathlessly through the crowd in turned and found that he was looking \ / )

the lobby, even denser than it had been after her fixedly and suddenly she

the night before, and after another thought there were tears In his eyes. .
long wait secured a taxi. The driver : She went back to him.' !,"

turned at a most perilous crossing to "You are sure," she asked softly;

transfix her with a piercing glance : "that nothing is the matter?"

"You gonna woik fer our candidate, I P 'yi "No, dear, nothing," he answered,
I9 scrlbble'ngain, on'-the
and his and began to
lady? he queried ; giving
Lowest Prices in
Now at HistorylSo
Get Real BAYER Aspirin
wheel a sharp twist, added, "You bet block of paper.

ter-we're gonna keep you here 'til as to put the safety and quick Remember, too, that doctors ad-
, ya' do." CHAPTER XIV action of Genuine Bayer Aspirin vise it, for it DOES NOT HARM
"My Dear Lady, Your Husband Is And that scientistsrate
the THE HEART.
He set her down at an entrance within the reach of everyone
"
One of the 'Key' Men. I price has now been reduced.Reduced it among the fastest known safe '
, 1iiiif which was apparently Impenetrable The speech which Neal Conrad made you pay so low that nobody need reliefs for pain. (See illustrations

I and flanked with eight policemen. but checked himself at the sight of before the great national convention in ever again accept some other prep below.)

"Where's your button?" one asked Anne's clouded face. Madison Square garden-clear, con aration in place of the real BAYER

abruptly. "Don't worry, Mrs. Conrad," he add vincing, courageous charming and In ASPIRIN that you've asked for.
Thinking she had misunderstood, ed gently, "and be as patient'with your comparably dramatic, awoke -the torpid 15c now for tins of 12 tablets. Why Bayer Aspirin

Anne showed him her ticket, but. mindful husband as you can if he seems to delegates, soothed the angry alter- 25c now for bottles of 24 tablets. Works So FastD

) of Neal's injunction, without relaxing neglect you ; and-by ,the way- 1wouldn't nates, and stirred the restive galleriesIn And the big, family size, 100 Drop a Bayer
I her grasp on, it. plan on getting away from an applause that rocked the very tablet bottles ,have again been reduced Aspirin. Tablet '
in : These new low into of -
price. a glass
"Naw-1 don't mean that-ain't you here this week if I were you." foundations of the mammoth structure. water.
in effect throughoutthe
prices are now
got a button with a certain pitcher on The bitterness of the fight on the Incidentally it also resulted in the Immediate United States. it By hits the the time bot' \ ;r]

It?" Anne shook her head a little be- platform' became)' Increasingly evident adoption .of the majority report tom of the glass 'i?,',

wildered. "Well, before you come back The papers carried huge black headlines of the platform committee.The So-Always say "Bayer" it is .disintegrating. ,

next time, get yourself one But go about it. The band played fa- following morning Senator Lee When You Buy !: ,-=

tllong In now.". miliar tunes that were becoming to sought Anne out, with an enormous IN 2 SECONDS BY STOP WATCHA
She found herself In the basement. sound tiresome and silly, to fill In gaps bundle of newspapers under his arm And remember, when you ask for
Aspirin at these new low Genuine Bayer Aspirin Tablet starts ,
There was a clatter of typewriters in the program; a famous humorist -"I thought you might have slept late Bayer it's now to accept to disintegrate and go to work...
prices unnecessary
rising from a string of crowded press cracked jokes that permeated frcm the this morning," he said, smiling, "andso any other preparation in its place. What Happens in These Glasses

rooms, a clicking of telegraph Instru- press section to the rostrum; the per- have had no time for these before So-never ask for it by the name BAYER Happens Aspirin in Your Tablets Stomach-Genuine Start"Taking +

ments, messengers darting to and fro, manent chairman bristled more and you came over. It might interest you "aspirin" alone when you buy but Hold" of Pain a Few Minutes after
a blondined young woman presiding more. At last it was announced thatno to look at them. Not only at the front always say B-A-Y-E-R Aspirin and Taking.

over a cigar stand, delegates almost agreement having been reached, a pages, but at the editorial pages." see that you get it. t
.
covered with badges and ribbons, more majority and a minority report would (TO BE CONTINUED.)

clusters of policemen. Beside large I __.,.._.,,_,_ y -T .nV'.oT..mT : Y.cY" .o.Y ... ALWAYS SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" NOW WHEN YOU BUY .4
I black letters, painted on squares of ..VP'LlYP"(4I .. 'F "".6.- .I- -"" -"" "" '-A-< -"' -"' -'" '"

stiff cardboard, proclaiming themselvesas
guides to certain sections steep Microphone Plays Some Funny Trickssins.

staircases led to vague upper regions. G
Anne was so confused that it took her
hard voice with
A strong an or-
'If your friends say your voice oughtto : 11
some time to find her own rabbit-war- the air, don't consider them chestra In back of It may set the music "
l ren. But at last, flushed and triumphant be on The microphone plays a critics to dancing in the streets ; but # ,00)
Judges.
t. I ,,]:.: she emerged on the platform good lot of tricks."Contrary emerging from a loudspeaker it may rj

1 and looked around. to the general Impression, sound like a tongue-tied bugler rampant

: Without further difficulties Anne a microphone is not just a little tin on a field of kettledrums, and IDY'
<
found her seat, an excellent one between "
..
t I gadget shoved In front of a speakerso drive the listener to reach for an ax. 1
Mrs. Lassiter and Mrs. Lee.
he'll have something to talk or singto.
They greeted her cordially..
I It's a very sensitive and very tem- Greek Artist Exhibited
; A gavel thudded suddenly down. A of jnechanisra. So
I bishop began to pray, the national I peramental'piece vocal defects Proverbial TemperamentApelles
much that it shows up
so
anthem sounded. Klieg 'lights blazed.A .
that own mother wouldn't recog- famous Greek painter who
small neat man with glasses balanced your
,
nize. Put a silver-tongued orator be- I. painted the famous Venus Rising from
I so precariously on his nose that fore a mike and he's just as apt as the Sea and the picture of Alexander
he forced to keep pushing them
was not to sound like a bronchial billy holding a thunderbolt, which sold for
r I:: back toward his short-sighted eyes, goat ; and a stellar soprano: may giveas the equivalent of $200.000, had a novel
and statistics.
read resolutions figures
an imitation of the Europa method of obtaining criticism first
perfect
?-- The chairman of the national committee -
backing into midstream as you ever hand. When he completed a picture
,
-: Introduced the temporar chairman I
: heard be placed It In a public place, and then
and'this mad Impassioned J
gentleman an
"Some people are naturals for radio. hid behind It to overhear what passersby -
plea to God and the convention
have defects which can be cor- said of It
to deliver him from the party In Others
rected with a few lessons In micro-' One case Is cited In which a shoe-
power.. Ills fervor amounted to frenzy.
:, He mopped his brow, and threw out phone technique. But the great majority maker, after careful scrutiny, took exception SAVE 1 GALLON OF GAS IN 1O!
{ of those hopefuls who seek audi- to the shoes on the main figure
his arms. But his audience remained
calm. Anne saw several men looking tions are domed to disappointment.. A and Apelles took the picture awayto NEW AC METHOD COMPLETELY REMOVES THE CHIEF CAUSEOF
taking a sudden correct the mistake. A day or so
: at their watches, and In the press gale short-winded person MOTOR MIS-FIRING, HARD STARTING, SLUGGISHNESS,
send the Kansas farmers later the same shoemaker found fur
lery, some bored looking reporters deep breath may -FOR ONLY 5c A PLUG
into their cyclone cellars; while ther fault with another feature but AND GASOLINE WASTE
sauntered away from their se ts.
Anne, her own attention wandering, speakers who are strong on the sibil- Apelles stepped around in front and Save money on gas-restore your car's pep-
noticed the very fine sapphire thai ants give the Impression of a dance requested him to confine his faultfinding REPLACE BADLY WORN ACs with a thorough spark plug cleaning. All
orchestra warming up for 'The Pea to matters In which he was well PLUGS WITH NEW better Dealers,Garages, and Service Stations
Mrs. Lassiter was wearing and realized
nut Vendor. The best way to handlean versed. are equipped with the AC Spark: Plug Cleaner.
411f" that she was hungry. She had ex-
pected, of course, that Neal would 's' (In case you have radio ambitions !- Apelles lived In the Third century j tJ'. Get your plugs cleaned every 4,000 miles.

; 'come and take'her out to lunch. But ) Is to keep the tongue as far from before Christ and little Is known of & ''f Look for the "Plug-in-Ibe-Tu6"
}
when the welcome adjournment came, the roof of the mouth as possible. This his life. None of his paintings baa if- A Tun. In: RAYMOND KNIGHT and the CUCKOOS .,.
(f the sibilant a soft sound. survived to the present, although art
gives
she bad still seen nothing of him, and J THE QUALITY fiPARK PLUG Saturday,10:00 p.nv,Eastern Daylight Saving Tim*
friends bore her triumphantly away: "In the singer's case the concert ball lore is filled with stories of his excel

The forenoon session came and went ot operatic stage covers a multitude of lence.



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1934.
FOUR


mands the careful consideration of-bureau which will be posted In con- There are 275 less pensioners on the 1 the state produces approximately
News
The Clewiston those interested in agriculture. His spicuous places in the various towns state roll than there were a $300,000 annually. ;
comments on the relative merits of and communities. In the event of a a half ago. At present 1,706 names I
Published every Friday In Clewistoi, the Middle West as compared with storm residents will be advised sev- are Included on the pension list. I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS! those of the Florida Everglades area eral hours in advance of its serious- The reduction cuts the State ad THE SOUP TALKS BACK

Inc. are valuable information to farmers ness and if evacuation is necessary valorem tax to 6 1-8 mills for the The genial traveling salesman who

already tilling Florida soils and to transportation will be provided to current year, distributed as follows: I scouts for this department reports /

Keathley Bowden, Editor those who are casting longing glances concentration points outside of the One. mill for schools; 1-2 mill for that he has, quit ordering alphabet ,
in this direction. He goes on to. say storm area. In case of lees severe the state prison farm; 1-2 mill for
soup in restaurants. The first four
Entered as second class mail matter further in this connection: storms residents will be notified as tick eradication; 3 mills for Confederate -
February 1, 1927, at the Pos I "Kansas is my old home state. to the buildings which arc substantial pensions; and 3-4 mill for letters he fished out of a recent bowlof

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I Thero it takes about five acres of enough in their community in school books. Each mill levied .by I soup spelled "Nutz." "Things

the Act of March 3, 1897. i pasture to keep one head of stock which refuge may, be taken in case -.. have come to a pretty pass," he com-
for six months. Feed must be pre- their home town is not adequately plains, "when your soup starts talk-
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. pared to cari'y stock through the six protected.The NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE ing back to you."-Winter Park Her-

Advertising rates on application. months of winter, which costs runs meeting last Thursday was ald.

$15 to $20 per animal. At the Experiment held in the American Legion 'hall at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ;
Devoted to the advancement and Station near Belle Glade : Belle Glade and every county around tho undersigned Special Master in

welfare of Clewis ton and Hendry it has been demonstrated that one I the lake was represented in the group Chancery, by virtue of tho final de- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry

County. acre of sown grass will keep from attending. Mrs. H. S. Gove,* chair- cree of foreclosure entered in that Rear or
three to four head of stock by pasture man of the local Red Cross chapterwas certain cause pending in the Circuit
rotation. In the Everglades five the only ,member of the l local Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir- Clewiston Drug. CompanyJewelt.J'
Received a letter from Mrs. Bow- cuit of Florida, in and for HendryCo. Repairing
to six: tons of hay may be produced committee able to attend. Between
She writes that she is ., In Chancery, wherein. G. Trox-
den Monday. annually. In Kansas one and one- 50 and 60 persons attended the meet- W. H. MERRITT
ler as successor trustee, is plaintiffand
enjoying herself to the utmost and fourth tons is about the maximum for ing which lasted from 10 a. m. until I WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
the Clewiston Company, a corpor-
proved her skill with a rod and reel timothy and clover, price being $10' 3 p. m., more than half the group CLEWISTON FLORIDA
atfon, et al, are defendants will, on
recently as well as with a typewriter ton. Alfalfa will produce about being women.
per
Monday, August 6, 1934, between the, P. O. Box 521
by landing two beauties. The three !ijons, valued at $15 per ton. Red Cross officials addressing the | hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and
letter sounds so alluring it makesus That shows the difference In cost of meeting stated that each communitymust II I two o'clock P. M., at the front door "We Are Here To Stay"N

envious to follow the well beaten feeding stock here and there. I say; prepare to _help itself financially -I jof the County Courthouse in LaBelle,
track to a shady spot and camp. The that stock raising in Palm Beach in case of storm. The Red Cross :i Hendry County, Florida, offer for
delight of sitting on a cool, grassy: county can be carried on successfully; treasury is so depleted it was said, i sale and sell at public outcry, to the
bank with oaks, heavy with Spanishmoss and profitably, especially in the lake due to National economic conditionsthat I best and highest bidder for cash. ,: :f:.N:H.N:N:NNN. .NNNNN. .NHNN. :M:HNN. :N.-Y::

overhead for a roof and cast- section." a system of rehabilitation as the following described property in Used ::
Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: New and |;
ing and pulling in several of our fin- The analysis of farming opportun- extensive as that practiced in the
All of section thirty-six (36),
ny friends is too much to contemplate ities in the two sections, as made past would be out of the question.The Township forty-three (43) South, I i FURNITURE |
on a scorcher like today. If by Mr. Simons and published in the local chapter pays tho cost of Range thirty-two (32) East; also

you cast your bread upon the waters: Everglades News recently, was intro- such telegraphic reports as maybe all of sections, eighteen ((18) nine
if comes back wet but if you cast your duced with statistics revealing tin received. teen ((19), thirty (30), and thirty- j ,
minnow upon the waters and it enormous production of vegetable The meeting was a very enthusiastic one (31)) in Township forty- !:\j: BELLE GLADE |
brings back a five pound bass, and other in the Everglade one and it is felt that much has three '(43)) South, Range thirty-
that's something.Mrs. crops He showed been done to protect lives in the I three ((33) East; also all of section := ::
irea during the past season. six (6) in Township forty-. I |i FURNITURE COMPANY |
Bowden also writes that she that the vegetables brought returns storm area and prepare for rehabilitation four (44) South, Range thirty-

will not be home until next week. to Palm Beach county alone of should be become necessary. three (33) East, ?:= Belle Glade Florida ::
Mr. Bowden will return Wednesday '$3,000,000, that sugar cane and its to satisfy said decree and all costs I *.

All of which- means our feeble efforts products of sugar 'molasses brought ALLEN CLEMENTS, :* Next Door To Theatre :;

to get out this paper must be an additional $2,895,000, or an aggregate State Tax Levy Has Special Master in Chancery. .i.-.. ...
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continued for another week. We trust of $5,895,000. This production July 6 to Aug. 4. I I :...:.N..N..N.ti.N.N..N.N..N..N.N.N......N..N.N..N..N.N..N.N..:.N.N:.
Been Reduced Half Mill
you will bear with us and will not he declared, has been built up _
bear false witness to any news for within the short period of 17, years, --

the paper which you might give us and he reminded the Realtors of thaftheard < TALLAHASSEE, July 19, (FNS)

so that we will not be reprimandedby suggestion that "it has -Fulfilling one of his campaign NOTICENotice .

Mr. and Mrs. Whoosis for spelling been said the Everglades are destined pledges, Governor Dave Sholtz has .
their name wrong, as we haye sev- to become the sugar bowl of tin announced a reduction of one-half is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
eral times in the past few: weeks. world," adding "It may be well added mill in the state tax levy. "Taxpayers thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for South Florida
District of 1933 herein set opposite to the same, together -
Anyway, we're glad the Bowdens could Conservancy taxes
that these same Everglades arc entitled to as much reliel as
with cost of such sale and advertising will be sold at public auc-
have had such a fine vacation and United States if not tin "
supply the possible, the governor said. "We
tion on Monday, the 6th day of August, A. D. 1934 at the hour of 11
we sincerely hope the circulation has world, in vegetables." are doing all we can in that direc-
o'clock A. M. at the Court House door, the county of Hendry, in the
not dropped off too much during But with all the alluring possibilities tion." City of LaBelle State of Florida.Description .
yours truly sojourn at the News of- of profits of Everglades farming, In announcing the reduction the
fice. perhaps the most far-reaching suggestion governor expressed the hope that sim- of land S T R A Owner Amt. Taxes & Cost

Thanks and several orchids to of this Sage of Soil is contained ilar savings might be effected in the .
Frac. N% S. of Old
you folks!: who, went places and did in his final word of advice-; counties. Meander line... 23 43 34 '204 Trustees I. 1. Fund. ........$618.87
things during the past four weeks so advice which, it seems, every successful "Florida has balanced the budget SWU of 'NW:i of '

that we could' tell the town and long- "farmer offers and repeats at' and is paying the state's bills when SWU .m ._....__ 23 43 34 10 J. L. Miller .........__........... 31.05
shots and black eyes to those who every opportunity, and which invariably due. We can confidently expect 'further NE: of, SEU of. -

did things and would not let us brings at least a good livingto reductions during the coming SE....__.......... 13 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund _n....____.. 1.76
print them and to those who did those who follow it: "Keep a half year," the governor said. NEU of NEU of
Ada L. Panton .................... 1.76
could not print. NEU .... ... 25 45 34 10
things we dozen cows, some hogs, chickens. The half-mill cut was made in the -- "
From all reports the three Bow- Thus obtain daily butter, Confederate Pension Fund which SEU of NWU of
: your eggs levy SWU ....___..... __ 1 46 34 10 Geo. L. O'Hare .................... 1.76 ,-a,
dens, while not bringin1 'em back milk and meat. A surplus will be had was 3 1-2 mills. This fund had a Ete of NWU ...... 21 46 34 80 E. A. Winslow ...............-.- 8,53 \

alive, are returning with some sun- which may be marketed to purchase- balance of $456,934.19 when the fis- SEU ........_...._ _.... 26 46 34 160 Trustees I. I. Fund .........::. 16.61
tanned epidermis. From the looks other needed table supplies. Commercialized cal year closed June 30, and it was N%, of NEU of '

we've received from several people farm crops should not be estimated that this amount, together SWU .........._... 26 46. 34 20. Trustees, I. I. Fund _........... 2.77
who didn't want to be bothered all entirely depended upon to buy the with a three-mill levy for the cur- SW% of NEU of

we can boast of is a few blushes. table requirements. Raise what you rent year would meet requirements.This SWU .........__._. 26 46 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ..._........ 2.76

The rest of you needn't even plan on eat.; You'll be happier, healthier, and fund supplies pensions to confederate FRANK A. DOUGHERTY,

going up there and getting any fish have more money in your pocket soldiers and their widows. July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug. 3. Tax Collector, Hendry Co.j'i .
because we understand Mr Bowden with which to start the next year's ...
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took them all out. crop.: Rainy days always come; prepare --

for them.-Florida TimesUn-

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FARMING IX THE EVERGLADESHere FOR SALE iLJ''



farming are possibilities two pictures in Kansas, comparing, :Missouri RED CROSS SAFETY :_!: i active Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment t j jss ::

and adjacent territory, with

those of the Florida Everglades, GROUP PLANS FCR '!:' .:. I .z'XYxx ..

from which the resident of Florida fXfA

ti and the prospective settler here may xf
AID DURING STORMSMoore
"; draw his own conclusions as to tho .
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' relative merits. The author is L. N. y
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Simon, who had his early experienceas ( Haven Democrat)

an agriculturist in Kansas priorto An effort to reduce hysteria and AYyy
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his migration to the
Evergladesarea .. '
of Palm Beach County in 1917. unnecessary evacuation of the Okee- ... .:. .z. 'i'y

He painted the word pictures:: recent- chobee territory during storm periods ... .'. I Xx: .
ly: in an address before the Palm was one of the things panned by the' 'i' .:. ::.: :i:
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Beach County Real Estate Board al South Florida Red Crocs: Safety committee : i .;. .. '. "
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a meeting held in West Palm Beach: at their all day meeting ii .:'. z '.' 'z.Yy.
Said ::Mr Simon: "The importanceof Belle Glade last Thursday. Economic I
y
agriculture here (in the Ever- loss; to residents through unplanned ... 'z' ':' ..:.. .
, glades) may be more fully judged evacuation is hoped to be reduced :::: :::: I X.z' .;.
when compared with other parts of through functioning of the commies I

the nation. Land in Palm Beach coun- tee. .

ty rents for from $10 to' $35 per It is planned also to have two .!H::' :'

acre. In Kansas Missouri, tc.-, land agencies for release of weather information -

rents at from $1 to $5 per acre. The Richard W. Gray, United .z' .:. I 'z' 'z'y

returns justify the difference in ren- States weather bureau observer, o1 .:. .:. I .. ..i'y
tal prices. I own a Kansas farm, 240 Miami and a centrrl committee, composed L

acres, large eight-room house, large of W. T. Wallis, chairman A I __ YY.Z'I.z. .
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barn holding 75 tons of baled hay he safety league, George W. Can y:

16 head of horses, 40 head of cattle. : and Mr. Merrill of the Merchants and ..: .1 ..i.. ''z'.z. .
four automobiles, two modern poultry -I :Miners:. steamship line to operate in .:'I.!.. I
houses, corn crib, wheat bin fine Vest Palm Beach. The last named ': .i. I
wells, springs and for will have :z: :: ::
ponds watering group; access to the police
stock, soft.water well. All this has department short wave radio set for .;. :_: jul; ;

been rented for the past three years' reception of storm news from east .:. .f.. I -
at $250 per I have coast and island .z. .'. \
year. a ten acre sources and will be
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tract at Canal Point that has rented assisted by a number of organizationswho ::: .;. -- .z. .z.
every: year for the past ten at $350 will keep a check on weather I .:. : Pay The Balance I L.I\:Rent *
per year, and with no improvements." conditions: and submit authoritative :: :!: .

When a farmer with the long -experience reports as often as conditions may :;: :: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :f:;:

of Mr. Simon, who stated reqUire. Mr. Gray, it is said, has received .: OWN ; ;
that he had been at it for 40 years : permission to broadcast storm :_:: YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOME :: ::

speaks with such assurance of the ad- information before submitting it to :

vantages of one section of the country Washington, the first time such nothing CIewston Home Building Association :H .
over another, his advice surely has ever been done. lI
has the soundness
backed by setbacks Residents of the Lake region were
and successes! that follow the for urged to depend on reports of the : :i: PHONE 102PAGE :

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I' $::1: Personal Mention It: I Castles In The Glades } Marjorie By Wallace America's Sweetheart Has Fruity


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Capt. Ben Johnson was a visitor I

in Clewiston Thursday. Did you see ,that mattress advertisement position to work.
I
rf!&' in the Miami Herald Sun- Joe Morrison has just returned
.. from his vacation in Texas; Herbert
..- Mrs. F. A. MacKenzie spent the day? It was one of the best publicity v:f ?ni .
Lawson, party chief out of LaBelle ;: 9"n' ki 2c' ;
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'I I f week- end visiting in Miami. spiels I have ever seen. "It costs $35a office is also on furlough, and Tom- ,9.. ': fn '{: .;

year to bed a mule. Isn't your com- my Jones: is expecting his turn soon.
Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee was
fort worth that much?" The de- Tommy is going to Alabama. Ala-
.
rivation of the word mattress is interesting b 1 4
i am willing to wager there will be
it from the Arabic
: Vesta Allen left Saturday to return ; comes doggone little rest for Alabama 'Y.4 'ynyG J ; y: d. Mp
! to school In Milledgeville, Ga. word "matrah" meaning a place while 'Tommy is there. I

where something is thrown, or whatis Inspector Lloyd's family are va-

Miss Mabel Bush and Van Bush thrown under something. I wouldn't catioing in Chicago, where the girls

spent Sunday visiting in Miami.R. suggest, of course, that you ever are staying at the Majestic Hotel,

hid under the bed. operated by a relative, whence they

Pop's Kollum last week folksso the Fair and pointsof
L. Murray of Fort Myers was gave sally forth to
much fun that I think I will
'business visitor here Wednesday.J. every interest.Mr. .
once in a while let somebody else Lloyd says that the dragline

write this effusion, for a change of section is still going strong. Thereare p
M.: Couse of Moore Haven wasa
business visitor here Wednesday.Carl style and thought Is that a good eight miles of it, by the way.
idea? If you'd like the chance to The two draglines are putting up

air'your views, .let me know. about 15 ,000 cubic yards a month.
Jester of Detroit arrived here Well, this week Esmarelda took Traffic is now going over the

this week to visit his father, Jack Fish and me bravely through the ramp on the Lakeport road where

Jester. downpours and hub-deep sand and the levee crosses it. The ramp is

.f mud around the far end of the work. I 1,050 feet long. The Niagara
A. L. Hackett left -Sunday for a Of course our first stop was on the !I starting at the end of the Welatka

short vacation in Brunswick and At- Welatka-it always is. They have levee' and working north, so that -e>
,. lanta Ga. is .'___u._,_..___ ____,___.,
..., : been having a lot of trouble with completion of this entire section -

the levee dropping'out from under a matter of only a few: monthsinfact I I

Mr. and Mrs.: E. P. Miles were-visitors the shore line and letting it down I it looks as though it might be Mary Pickford Says Sweetened'Tea is Fine Energizer

, I in West Palm Beach Wednes. with a sickening thud, which natur- finished on schedule time, and that; By Mabel Love the right amount of energy so

day. ally causes quite a bit of cussing and ladies and gentlemen, is,NEWS! necessary to me, and many times I
{ 'i' extra work. But in spite of these Young Tarzan celebrated his first most beloved film would have been forced to give up

I hold-ups the Welatka: has; advanced) birthday on the fifteenth., and Bill AMERICA'S )" Pickford, who is but for the stimulating Influence of
'.H. S. Lingerfite of Bradley, Ga., I that "
fragrant beverage.
about 4,100 feet in the last six sent him the following telegram, now reaching new heights of popularity -
is in Clewiston for several days on Here are her "pet" recipes for
weeks and the end of the Kennedy which I thought rather clever: "WIL and winning a new generation
a business visit. the tea and the jam that she uses
,F "" levee is now in plain sight. Capt. LIAM CLANCY WALLACE SECOND of admirers, is a decidedly for sweetening it:
{ domestic person. She Is quite at
I "hunting Mr. Morgan -' MONTHS AS TIMEIS '
King was ,
J. A. Stewart of Gulf Hammock away TWELVE SHORT home in the Kitchen, and particularly Mary PIckford's Russian Tea
will 'be here for some time transacting' the inspector said, "some ChiCk-I RECKONED HAVE FLOWN BE- likes to make the tea she serves. With Jam
business.E. I ens." And he added hastily,, NEATH THE BRIDGE, OF TIME At Pick fair, her famous California
if.we. could possibly have had any SINCE YOU WERE BORN AND home, Russian tea sweetenedwith Scald earthenware pot, or glass
-- tea pot, with boiling water put one
I orange jam is a favorite beverage ;
other thought "eating chickens. The RHYME BY WAY OF
THIS
left for Saf- HENCE teaspoon of tea for
J.. Shelley Sunday the tea and the quick energy orange pekoe
ety Harbor where he will spend a captain came back just as we left WIRE COMMEMORATION OF YOUR value of the sugar in he jam combining I each cup desired; measure freshly
short vacation. and I assure you that he had a truck 1 JOURNEYS FIRST YEAR STATION to provide a remarkably drawn water, and bring to bubblingboil
load of eating chickens. All of which STOP IT TOOK TWELVE MONTHSTO effective pick.me-up. In a recent before pouring it on the leaves;

was in preparation for the visit of.I MAKE A YEAR BUT LESS interview Miss Pickford explainedthat steep three to four minutes, sweet.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley were en to taste and add two teaspoons
she had acquired the tea-drink .
the three West Point cadets who ] THAT TO MAKE YOU DEAR
visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- THAN ing habit, after tho Russian fashion, : of orange jam to each cup of tea. '. .
were to have dinner on the dredgeat TO ME AND ALL THE WALLACE
day. as a health safeguard. For tho Jam '
eight o'clock and spend the night CLAN FELICITATIONS LITTLE most part her days have been Orange
12 thin-skinned
there. These young men are makingthe MAN." filled and brimming with oranges
Miss. Mabel Bush, of Quitman, Ga., physical 3 lemons
rounds of this district: under the Tarzan and Joe returned to the and mental activities, and more 16 cup( (8 pounds) sugar
is visiting here with Mrs. F. R. Maxwell -
guidance of Lieutenant Ferringa of family roof Monday, thus knockinginto than'once physicians have warned Wash and. slice oranges and
her aunt. her that she let- lemons thin
i' might expect a as as possible. Add
the Jacksonville office, and their a cocked hat the rumor that **
and' let"stand
down. water over night.
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. H. R: Hall itinerary is the most distinctively she and Bill had separated: whichis "But it never arrived" she said Cook slowly until tender (2 to 2%

Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. W. C. Army schedule you ever saw; here at industriously; circulated every time with a smile. -"I never burned the hours). Add sugar. Cook the mixture
Hooker visited in Palm Beach Wed just such a time, leave at just sucha she goes away. for a little visit. candle at both ends. I have worked I. until it jellies from a spoon
time, see just such things. They The base ball team licked Lake hard, it is true, but then I always (from 30 to 60 minutes). Pour into
nesday. managed to get sufficient sleep- clean, hot jars, and seal at .once.
had lunch on the Gulfport, and were Placid last Sunday, 6 to 1, and will
and there was my Russian tea. I Of course, the jam is also deli "
Pual H. Dermin of Jacksonville ar- to inspect the Clewiston work Wednesday play them again this Sunday I'at found that the addition of two gen- cious as a spread for toast, crackers -

rived this week and will be here for morning, leaving for Tampaat Clewiston. vrous teaspoons of jam gave just and biscuits.W. .

some time where he is connected with 1:30.N. Hoomes and Jo Rich, fired with I'
's. ( 13. They had chicken on the emulation of the Ward.i'rcl'3' Cuban -
the U. Engineers.
Gulfport.) Interlude", left this morniu- for a throw all water off of the pavement! P. Vaughn, Jr., has recently

-I Mr. 'Varnadoe was inspecting' the like trip, except that they are going onto one side of the :road.: obtained the agency for the New
, I 1 \ Mrs. :F. M.- Wright, Nancy Wright,
I v' Mrs. Leah Spicer and Betty and Roberta sodding of the Welatka levee, which by boat instead of plane. But I don't Bridges Complete York Life Insurance Company and

Spicer spent Wednesday in was being done by a dejectedlooking believe they will have'the crust to Wednesday morning the last span will welcome your patronage. Pat-

West Palm Beach. mule pulling a plow to make the come back with the same tale. of bridge floor was poured on the rons desiring to see Mr. Vaughn will

furrows into which men were drop- Fred and Fern Flanders are expected structures: betwen Smoak's Corner find him at the Clewiston Druc

Victor Immanuel of Louisiana ar- ping the pieces of grass and stamping back in Moore Haven Sunday. and Road No. 25. With the exception' Company. '
.
.
rived here this week and will be them in. One more advantage to the Daughter McLure has been visitingin of hand rails, which are to be

connected with the MacWilllams credit of the hydraulic type of levee; Avon Park for a few days-and poured later on the last two bridges Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and

\ Company: it certainly is a lot faster than hand : by the way, Jim's new job deserves I I and back-filling, the bridges only daughter, Barbara Ann left the latter -

planting. : a paragraph all to itself next week, .. await the end of the 28-day curing part of the week for Daytona,

Paul H. Smith, contractor of First Mate Sallas was operated on as it is something different upon period to be ready for use by traf- Beach. Mr. Trainor left Daytona the

Haines' City, is spending a few days Friday the thirteenth, and is getting which to report, and I want to get fic. Three of the five structures have next day for Fort Benning where he

here this week inspecting work on along very well, contrary to all sup- all the dope about it before writingit already been 'back-filled and are be- I will attend camp and Mrs. Trainor

the government houses. i erstition. up. ing used by traffic. j jr and daughter will visit in Daytona

The two culverts, 5 and. 5A, are For my good-bye this week I will |uc Completed Tuesday : Beach for several weeks as guests of

Mrs. T. S. Trammell and son, about finished. Back-fill done on have to reserve my two-bits until With exception of short stretches '!relatives before leaving for Jackson-

Thomas, Jr., of Bradford, are spend- both, riprap complete on 5,- and only I some time when we happen once at the ends of the ,bridges the fleet j ville where they;) will leave on tl e

ing several weeks in Clewiston as part of the landside riprap on 5A still again to see the colored gentlemanwho of State Road trucks finished their boat for New York. They will vi.slin ;

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward. to be done. The Kennedy is on her stopped to talk to Pop in Belle job of hauling\ shell for the base en Rochester for several; months wILi ,

;, T way to complete the levee across Glade one day as we were on our way I Tuesday this week for the Smoak j 1Ir:. Trainor's mother.

Mrs.. Z.' H. Shelley who has been these culverts. She was aground near to Clewiston.: The boy finished; his I Corner cut-off' to Road No. 25. Anticipating on'- j i .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;
visiting her sons, T. B. Shelley andE. Clewiston Tuesday, and has a long business and then, sweeping me a orders to begIn'work .. '"

J. Shelley: left Sunday for her journey to make out into the lake bow, with an expansive and gleaming the strip of road through Moore Haven :!:..BEAUTYSHOP ?s:

home in Cuthbert, Ga. across Rocky Reef to the floodway grin, remarked: "Well, youallbe the trucks were immediately put '
channel, before she can get into good, now!".. to work hauling rock to the bridgC.3 :: NOW OPEN |::;::

Mrs. C.> R. Byrd left Sunday for ----_-_.- -___--_-_-_. -------- u ____ _u __ west of Moore Haven. .;. New and Complete Equipment Y '
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Jacksonville where she will visit --'---.,-- ----- ::: --- :::
her sisters, Mrs. R. H. Rowan and Work Road *
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Surfacing No. 296 :i: -LIST OF" PISICI3S ::
Miss Eunice Meredith. Report of the Condition of .s. :s.
1j5, Tun riRST IIAIVK: OF CI.rnVISTOX :;: Shampoo & Set. 50c .;.
at Clewiston in the State of Florida at i1 :.
I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mr. the June 30. 1934.
close of
Thru Moore Haven Startsfor business .i. 40c .
i and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. Berard RESOURCESLoans .... Manicure . .
I and Bud and and discounts _....._._..___$ 11674.83 :. :
Sonny Harry Vaughn United States Bonds _._,__......._ 68,900.00 :: 30c I::
spent Friday and Saturday visitingin --- County & Municipal bonds ..._ 20,000.00 ._. Arch . .
Miami. (Moore Haven Democrat) the State, states that the marl Banking House Furnitureand
Fixtures ....,....-.....___-......__ 7476.31 and .
I The long awaited surfacing of the base Will be thicker and wider than Other It-:al Instate owned _._ 7,659.10 :;: Eye Lash Eye ::j:
Mrs. R. D. Whiddon and C. F. Cash on Hand and due from
t Goodman' portion of State Road No. 67 be- that on the Smoak's Corner strip Banks .....?._...._......_....._.._..._..._._._ 144.295.09 .s. 35c .:.
motored to Miami Sunda'y.1Mrs. I .;. Brow dye . +
C. F. Goodman who visited there I tween the end of the pavement at' but will bo laid in the same n manner, TOTAL __....__._.__,..___...____260005.36 .s. .:+

last week returned, to Clewiston with the court house and the bridge across in two layers.'It is planned to build LIABILITIES. ::;: Henna Packs 50c .*..
them. Threc-Mile Canal, a strip between a'I the surfacing 22 feet wide from the Capital Stock Paid In- :
(Common .___-_.....__.._._$ 15000.00 .s.
' half and three-quarters of a mile ,in court house to the corner at First Surplus Fund ,.....-...._...._.....--..........-.. 20,000.00 :;:: Hair Bleach .. 50c :i:
', : ; Mr. length Thursday morn- Undivided profits (Less Ex- .s.: "
begun
' and Mrs. F. Deane Duff left was :s:
.. street to correspond with the widthof nrl-< and taxes paid) .__.. 9020.73
I Sunday for New York where they ing. The trucks which have been Deposits ...-"---...--...-......_.-,....-........-.....- 216,880.63 :s::Waves . $3,504": :
I" plan to spend their in use on the cut-off between the finished pavement from the All other Liabilities. Cash- : :
,. a part of vaca-I ier's checks: .......-..._..._...._..,....._..-..- 104.00 .. .
I, tion. They will visit in Canada and'I Smoak's Corner and Road No. 25 be- court house west. From the corner I I :: Oil Shampoo 45c :|

in points in the cast also. longing to the State Road: Department at First street, it is planned to make TOTAL .....,___.,_...... ....,..._......-._260005.3::;' I .s.; :

I i I are being used to haul. the ma- the ,road 30 fee twide, if possible, for I STATE OF FLORIDA, County of Hen- :.:: Facials I and Facial 1 :%;
Inspector Charles Williams is terial for the surface. the blocks between dry. SS- ..
three
now that
corner I, T.lbcrt I. Stewart, Cashier of the Packs 50 & 75c |:
on the McKenzie job in the place' of Thus ends the long controversyover and the corner at Adkins Filling above named Bank, do solemnly swear :1!: ..

Inspector McArter who with Inspector -I the building of the strip and Station at the intersection of Canal that best the of my above l knowledge statement and is true belief to, and the ::'. Henna Rinse 25c .;..

Steill, formerly of the Culvert I within a few weeks Moore Haven will Drive, Avenue L and First street. that it Is in response to official noticeto :s:: ::

job at Bare Beach, has been. trans-. once more feel that she is on the The ,grade will be built up from that State'report of Flnrlcli.by the Comptroller of the :;: Set (wet) . 25ct:;:

ferred to Pahokee. |map. The sandy bumpy grade,through corner onto the bridge on an easy ELBERT L. ,STEWART. .. 35c-
Cashier. ; Set (dry) . <|::
and difficult :: ;
I town has been unsightly grade, the surfacing from the bridge Correct-Attest:
R. O. Couch of the Couch Manu- [ built and the surfacing y
Ito i travel ever since espe- meeting on First Elbert L. Stewart

facturing Company, of Grant; visited cially since the completion of the street at an angle of approximately C.John L. S.Downs Cottrell "::;.:.CHRISTIAN'S.:;
at the Inn'Wednesday and Thursday. Main's Corner pavement has it been 45 degrees. To equalize the drainageat Directors. l'


the makers of the cerebrated The work will be carried on much build a curve at this angle point as J. M. COUSB 's:' (Across from Alston's Drug:) :.s.X ;
Couch pumps used by the Lake con- the same as surfacing on the cutoff the super-elevation or banking whicha Notary Public, State of Florida- b
at Large. :My Commission expires w'X... :.....:..:
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Darkroom I 1 FROCK FOR WEAR '
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darkroom may be carried in one's"cst

pocket The cumbersome dark-

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In bright sunlight. The extremely SOMEBODY CALLED
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compact darkroom Is an ingenious Mr UP ON THE RATHER 4
little tank with a mechanical device PHONE AND MAP EASY ToME CALL HIM AMP ASK HIM THE 1 ;

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kept g
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venience is thermometer-like Instrument MYSELF111 EA7 H AX YOU
which tells the exact time \
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required for developing and fixingat \ ACl ...
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'
summer. The vest pocket darkroom, r ,

which has been exhibited at the ..;.,,.
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the little round
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with the tucks coming In sun-burst
marry cause a a movie European queen.prince wants to f rMrHE WIFE OF [ SORRY 'MUM z oooKBllT fashion from under it?, White or

his fam- TEAT AVIATOR( BEL pastels are really the nicest colors
Humidorcas: -Who objects, yEZ tHERE
for such a frock, but there Is noth-
ily or hers? i, MUST (
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Jeeps Skin Young \l lHE'S :

Absorb blemishes and discolorations using MORE TO HER LIKING
Mcrcolizcd Wax daily as directed. Invisible
particles of aged skin are freed and all lie had been for a trip to the Antic -
defects such as blackheads,tan,freckles and and explaining his
regions, was
largo pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
clear, velvety and so soft-face- looks experiences to ,his charming partnerat
years younger. IUcrcol zed Wax brings out, NOWjDOMTMUM WURR IES HE'S ALL the ball."Things .
your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.r .
Powdered Saxolite iI arM SNUIZE RGNT-BUT up 'there are amazing,*
Reduces wrinkles and other age-eigna.,.Sun II he'said dramatically. "Just imagine,
ply dissolve one ounce Saxolite in haf- int; II '1ER FtoosBAN i WANTED "fo ice-floe" ,
Bitch hazel and use daily as face lotion* | q an enormous
L I WILL WE ALLROLGHT J Tel ws WALLET She smiled'happil .
"Yes, I'd like an Ice," she absently
WEEDS. ROOTS. BARKS, HERBS, wanted < -
HE "but name isn't Flo, you
BEFoRE replied; my
by large firms. Extra profits In fields and .
forest. Particulars lOc. Continental Agency To know."
Dcpt. 6. Box 1081 Birmingham Ala STARTUPLOOP

Y THE Loop First Things,FirstA
WANTED:< -Ten women married or single OFF r :
' to do work In spare tlmo among friends JJ returned vacationist reports
and neighbors. J22 weekly. Big opportunity. GHEE
P. T. GABLE, Box 301, Uarribburff Pa. : l Ci hearing this conversation between
1
two farmers:
(
tRAY "How's the crops, Bill?"

: For Electrically-minded Boyswho "First rate." "
"Pigs doln'. well?
are not going to college,the "Fine." .
ONE-YEAR ENGINEERING COURSE Y "That puny colt come' around aU

offered by Bliss Electrical Schoolis right?" .

worthy of careful investigation. "He sure did."

Graduates are qualified for immediate "Glad to hear everything's goln ...i...
into all "Wetttra Newspaper UnionGETTING \ .Fv
entry branchea the well, Bill. How's the wife?
electrical industry in work of,engineering .

character. 42nd year begins -
Sept. 26, 1934. For catalog, THERE I them, "you'll love it. The water's I NASTY DOGS
"
address grand.
.gq
Ernie shook his head.
Dl ICC ELECTRICAL
-DIHOO SCHOOL "Can't. Mother'll find out," he re. L r
'
567 Takoma Ave., Washington, D.C.PARKER'S plied. I

"No, she won't," put In another boy.

"Yes, she will," replied Ernie,. de
cidedly. "Tonight's my bath.night."

HAIR BALSAM wli
dr EemovuD.odmff StopEalrFalling You Become What You Eat
Imparts Color and l
'
Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair She-They tell me the wife of your y
60c and(1.00 at Drnpg-ista. 1
Hheci I Chem,Wk... e.N.Y. friend Bill is a, bridge fiend and he is
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in lucky to get anything at all to eat.
'
connection with sHairBaizam.Mskesthe
hair soft and fluffy.EO cents by mail or at drojrKista. Uncle-Is it true, Johnny, that you He-Yes, Bill says he's eaten so "Do I dance well, Dorothy?"
.Hiscox Chemical Works,Patehogue,N.Y. are at the foot of your class? much cold boiled ham he often finds "Yes, but for two things."

Johnny-Not quite, just above the himself grunting and squealing. "What are they?"

ankle. "Your fe t."

Do you lack PEP'? THAT'S: THAT
Apprehension Later the Better
Are you all In. tired and down71&IIMTERSMITIIS '
run "I am sure of my constituency," said Mistress (to new cook)-And, ot

& Senator Sorghum. course we have late dinner.

"Yet you are the subject, of much .Cook;-Glad to 'ear it, mum. I sim-

II' criticism." r ply 'ates'punctuality. I suppose you N.;
TONIC
"Yes. But the home folks have got- wouldn't like a late breakfast as well?

f. Will rid you of ten used to my ways, and they're always -
afraid the next fellow might be Fair Enough I
""tllJ1RlJaInd %
worse. Subbubs-Do you guarantee this t ft7THE

build you up.Used for 65 yeses for Chilli. clover seed? V

Fever.Malaria' end Too Risky Teacher-Now, Willie, what Is it we Dealer-Guarantee' ? I should say

A General Tonic The village boys were trying to coax want most In this world to make us we do. If that seed doesen't come up
Oo:and $1.00 At All DrugguU Ernie Into the pond for.a swim. perfectly happy? you can bring it back and we'll refund

"Come on, Ernie," urged one of Willie The things we haven't got your money.






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I ten, macaroons may be ground and Cook the vegetables until they are

Main Dish for "Quick Meal"Selection sprinkled over the pudding when It tender. Rub through a sieve and

Is removed from the molds. add the pulp to the white sauce.

ity Add the seasoning. Add more milk If
Quick Meal.
necessary. ,Spinach, lettuce, onions,
i of Meats Need Not Be' Limited to Steaks or head BoullllonPompey's filled with corn, peas and other vegetables may
... carrots and be used. ,

j Chops, Though They Offer Inducements ; Other New potatoes Rhubarb Btringbeans in cream PIe sauce Dell Syndicate. -WND Servlc,

i Tasty Variations in Plenty. Coffee
DISEASE IS FOUND Jutland Danes Set Up .
,
Method of
Preparation.
.
YARDS
I IN POULTRY The business woman housekeeperhas In a double boiler until it. is trans- Prepare meat and 'bake' Hamlet Memorial Stone
f of course, little time to spend In parent. Add the sugar and salt to Prepare potatoes and cook .
J' the preparation of an evening mealIf the egg yolks, and to this add slowly Make cream sauce '
Rotation or Cropping Will Open cans of carrots and 'string-
she Is to have a leisurely evenIng, some of the hot mixture. When thor- beans and heat The Danes of Jutland have made
Prove Helpful.. as she certainly deserves, after a oughly mixed add It 'to the mixture : :- Open can ot boulllion and heat clear their position-that they claim

: long, full day. that is in the double boiler and Arrange Make coffeePompey's pie on plate Shakespeare's hero Hamlet as a native -

Dy Dr. Robert Graham. Chief In Animal In planning a quick meal, the most cook until it coats a spoon. Removethe son of Jutland-by setting up a
UnIversity -
Pathology of College Illinois of,-Agriculture.WNU ServIce. Important question Is usually the top of the double boiler, set In Head-Baked Meat Ring.) memorial stone on the battlefield

Disease organisms; worms and coc- choice of meat, or the dish whfch Is 'cold water and'add the stiffly beaten 2 pounds chopped beef .where he Is said to have fallen.
cldlosls germs which are found in contaminated Its understudy. If you go Into a mar- egg whites. Add the flavoring and 3 onions chopped Some years ago a hotel keeper In
soil and constitute the ket between 5:30 and G o'clock, you pour Into a pudding dish. Serve' very 1 1 egg slightly beaten Elsinore, in eastern Denmark,labeleda
teaspoon Worcestershire
i greatest menace to poultry production will see that more steak and chops cold. Salt sauce local grave Hamlet's the distressof

t can be controlled! only by proper than other meats are sold 'at this Pepper !; Danes who knew their ancient
the rotation hour. Gelatin Cream. Bacon history. Denmark's
management Including ort oldest historian,

cropping of poultry yards. The recipe I am giving today is-out 1U 3 cups tablespoons milk gelatin. _, Mix ,the beef with the chopped who lived about 1200 .A., D., declaredthat
I i No medicine will correct the ailments of a grandmother's cookbook, and 3/i cup sugar onions and egg. Season to taste and Hamlet after being crowned
''t caused by "chicken sick" one of my friends has been generous Salt "' form in a large round ball, flattened king fell in battle"*on Ammelhede, or
} ground, notwithstanding the claims of enough to give it to us. Her grand- 3 eggs slightly at both ends. Press a large Hamlet's Heath, and was : burled
vanillaAdd
remedy" venders to the contrary.All mother called It Pompey's head, but 1 teaspoon Jelly glass or mason -,Jar down somewhere on the, field.

I Intestinal and parasitic diseases actually It Is a .pleasant variation of the gelatin to the milk and through the center of the meat so The stone has been placed on a

ef chickens, as well as contagious meat 'loaf. scald in a double boiler. Beat the that a large hollow Is formed. Lay Viking mound in the field, though It
t germs such as coccidiosis, are spread Cream Tapioca. I yolks of the eggs and to them, add thin narrow strips of bacon or salt Is emphasized that the 'exact spot
! by the droppings of Infected fowls. U cup pearl tapioca or 1% tablespoons the sugar and salt. To this''add pork] around the rim of the meat where the king .was buffed is en-
Thus the soil of many poultry yards granulated tapioca. some'of the hot mixture and when well ring. Bake in a moderate oven ((375 tirely unknown. An excavation of

,; becomes an Incubator or seed bed for 2%cups cup scalded sugarS milk mixed add to the milk and gelatin, degrees Fahrenheit) about 35 min- the Viking mound failed to reveal

the propagation and spread of these t x stirring constantly. Cook until It utes or until done. Serve vegetablesin any sign of ,burial. The, inscriptionon

f 1 .3.L diseases. 2 eggs thickens, add the vanilla and, remove the center of the ring.: the stone Is translated as fol-,
( To overcome the development of disease 1 teaspoon vanillaIf '
I' from the fire. Add the whites lows:

( e germs, poultrymen who hope" to pearl tapioca is used, soak one of the eggs, stiffly beaten, pour into Cream Soups. "Amled, wisest of all in Viking
I I' reap a profit from their efforts must hour In cold water, and drain. Granulated molds and cool., To vary this recipeone General recipe for cream soups: days, played, the fool until the hourof
their chicks clean and 3 thin white
rear on ground cups sauce.
tapioca does not need soaking. cupful of boiled coffee may replace revenge. Hailed as king by the
1 cups'v'egetable
% to 2
pulp.
plow, cultivate and'crop the old chicken
Add the tapioca.to the, milk and cook one cupful of milk, or eight, or Seasoning to taste. Jutes, he rests on Ammel Hede."
I"
yards. Rotation of the poultry rangeso
that it Is used but once in every

i four years, is a profitable, practice on

farms where this, can be done.
In cases where extensive rotation of

the poultry range Is not possible, keep-'
'
: Ing the chickens out of the yard until
: the ground can be plowed and a new

V seeding gets well started is helpful.] "
'f'
For summer, planting, a combination of
V
oats and rape makes a satisfactory
mixture An ordinary farm disc ,Is
probably the most satisfactory tool to

:, use in working the poultry yard, al
though a plow may do just as welL

,! The latter implement] however, tends,
to bring to the, surface, the-contamination I b_. '
which has been plowed under theprevious
year. V H-OT OHECOOD LOOSENED.
'
THE 'e ,


Clean Incubator BeforeIt HOT OHE T E D SEPA TED. -. ltre'On

Is Placed in StorageAt : 7 3 HIGH'SPEED TilE''j

the close of the hatching season, ,,1. FOR 1934

when we are in the rush work' of caring .

for brooder chicks, feeding the 4ellel'VM;

growing flock, with possibly garden

work or perhaps bees to care for, we AS demons /1
thirty-three speed WIDER TREAD OF
I1 are apt to overlook the necessity of V
.lJ careened and slid around the /7- FLATTER CONTOUR
{[.' cleaning and properly caring for the steep
Incubator before ,storing It away. A banked curves of the hot hrick track,
little carelessness at -this- time' 'may 'r tires shrieked and smoked break-neck: ,
MORE AND TOUGHER
mean delay and expense at the beginning speeds, 150 miles and more down the, / RUBBER
of next hatching season, '
says
straightaway tremendous centrifugal -
-5, : "
,'
: a poultrjman the Indiana Farmer'sGuide.
force tugging to rip the ,tread from the

,',,',": As soon as the last hatching is overt body of the Tire.In fact,every conceivableforce i

Is time to prepare the Incubator for worked to, tear the tire to pieces, I GUM-DIPPED HIGH

: :V,' V storing. Drain: the pipes' if the Incubator but not one cord loosened not onetre' STRETCH CORDS
': .. 'is a hot water machine; and ; '
I d separated and''not single
a
be! sure that all the water drains out.
:' Clean the lamp flues, and boil the blowout.) What ,amazing proof of Tire II '

burner In soda water. Brush out the; 'ngth--SaJe't'Y=Quality and (it I / V / V

,' egg trays' and the' nursery trays, clean Dependability!' / r IO
( ing them thoroughly of'down and,dirt
Wire screen may be washed in lukewarm Every one'of the thirty-three'drivers ,

soapsuds. After the machine at the Indianapolis 500-mile sweepstakes (

,; has been thoroughly cleaned Inside and chose and ,bought,Firestone:High Speed -

V outside, spray all the' Interior' parts Tires. The fact that note, of the 132 4/ DEEPER -. --,--..
with some good disinfectant, then storeIn A NON-SKID
tires failed is your greatest guarantee d'JId
a dry, safe place until needed again,
: of the Extra Safety-Strength
; i
,
when it will be ready for duty'without .. Tires.TRIPLE
-- '
delay or unnecessary expense., Dependability built into Firestone { MORE THAN 507. LONGER

I- V The New 'Firestone High Speed, Tire GUARANTEE NON-SKID MILEAGE ',

, Using Feed Troughs for 1934 is, Safety-Protected on the -

Small feed troughs ,are more' desirable ,,,' :outside by a wider tread of flatter -for Unequaled Performance Recordsfor

than the large hoppertype'ot contour, ,deeper non-skid, more andtougher Life Against All Defects
feeders. With the small trough-type
r V1 of feeders fresh feed Is put out several rubber, giving you more thanfor 12 Months Against All Road

times a week, which the birds will V 50.% longer.non-skid_ mileage Hazards

eat better than stale feed in--the large Safety-Protected on the inside by eightAdditional *
Guaranteed'for six months whenuted
type of feeder. Plenty of feeding'and \ pounds of pure rubber in commercial service. HONOR({ ROLL

watering space Is conducive to good absorbed<< by every 100,pounds of cords.
production. A trough !4 fet loog 'at'
which the birds can teed from both This additional rubber surrounds every cotton fiber inside every cord in every FIRESTONE HIGH SPEED TIRES

sides will feed 30,hens. At least three ply.' ,This is, accomplished by the Firestone patented process of Gum-Dipping. *For fifteen consecutive years

') feeders 4 feet long should be allowed __ have been on the winning cart
for each 100 birds. in the 500-mile Indianapolis
One-half Inch of .6: __ __. Race.
.
drinking is allowed -
space per hen. JJuJnle.jt dHRIUHllle of dO
Grain .can, best' be, fed' In a' trough : THIS SBOWOUTPROTEaION

when trouble, Is ,experienced. i In,keepIng -, Get- the ,protection of the Firestone Triple ,Guarantee for unequaled *For seven consecutive yean
the lItter''clean.' Both Legllorns ;performance' records _'for life against all defects for twelve monthsagainst have been on the winning' cart
r and dual purpose breeds ,are trough :: V in the daring Pikes Peak climb
all road
hazards.
fed thin' grains at, the University of where a slip meant death.

""";u" Arkansas ,College ,of Agriculture: at '; ,' Call i1'the' nearest Firestone Service' Dealer or Service Store today and THIS MEANS NONSKID SAFETY '
t ? Fayette: The grain is fed twice a AND TRACTION
day equip your car with the new Firestone High Speed Tires for 1934. '
t1 regulating, the amount of' -
: grain given. V *For three consecutive year
/(.'::::' "r' The system of feeding grain Is more ,: '_ EQUIP I NOW FOR YOUR HOLIDAY I TRIP have been on the 131 buses of
i satisfactory. than feeding grain-"I.nI the Washington (D. C.)
dirty litter.-Hoard's Dairyman. Railway and Electric Company
I I .' See Firestone Air Balloon Listen to the J'Oiceol Firestone catering 11,357,810 bus miles
I } Tires made at the Firestone -Featuring Gladys Stcarthout without one minute's delay
": !I II 0 I 0
Poultry Notes -V Factory and Exhibition Every Monday Night due to tire trouble.

/, In the summer time, geese must have L'L Bu ilding,World?*Fair. ,Ch icago /V.DC-WEAF ffehtork THIS MEANS DEPENDABILITY

; : V access to shade and plenty of water, <,, AND ECONOMY
as they cannot stand the hot sun.
Were on the Neiman !tIoto,.,'
': -
'
% Ford 'Y-8 Truck that made a
,. Georgia figures its annual poultry -y / / veto coast-to-coast record of
'P. production at10,000,000, live stock y f ,, 67 hours, 45 minutes, 30
$72,250,000, and dairy products at $20,- .- seconds actual running time.
000,000. % ;: % : THIS MEANS ENDURANCE
.
,'
; People of the United States eat

V:' V about an average of three-fourths ot '- MOST MILES PER DOLLARr -
an egg apiece each day, while CanadIans -
average one egg a day



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...:..:..:w:..:..:.,.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:- Iunbip here Elijah?" Once again he declares I The old prophet cast his mantle wooden instruments and boiled their
;. tIjooiiccn : his allegiance to Jehovah. and the unfaithfulness -I about the yoyng man and though he flesh and gave it to the people, then

:i: of Israel did not speak Elisha knew that he he followed Elijah and became his
I::: TOO LATE TO : And Jehovah said to him, 'Go,
I had been chosen to succeed the great servant auu remained near him until -

I=:= CLASSIFY :!: return Hazael, -to be-king- Thou over.shalt Syria.anoint And pjrophet. He gladly accepted the call. I 'the day the aged Elijah was taken -
Slaying} a yoke of oxen he used his up to Heaven in a chariot of fire. .
y I Jehu shalt thou anoint to be prophetin
y y (Compiled b1001'0 Haven- thy room. By this command Eli-

y y .'-w BY 1F Rellgious-Literary Society: ) < jah learns that his work. is not yet ............. .. _.. ... ... ............ . ... . .. ..... .
4Y completed although his day of restis 1I.'too. ...-. t tMt frt t IM. fr. frModerate. 0 .NNNI.NNN. 0 .INNNNNN. 0 .NN 0 .N .NNNNu ..
:: = RUSSELL KAY :h JULY 22, 1934 drawing near. But be not discouraged -f .

y Elijah Hears God's Voice (Rev. 2:10) the work you t

..::'--...++.......................................... ............................................... 1 Kings 19:9-21. Hazael have begun, Jehu will and Elisha be continued(See verse by 't'u .?
Golden Text. Speak, Lord, for thy
I never thought the day would 17) Yet I have seven thousand in

come when I would sit down and servant Our lesson heareth.last 1 Sam..Sunday 3:9. closed Israel, all the knees which have not I i: i EWISTON GOLF t

start clawin' my typewriter in an bowed to Baal, and every mouth
with the arrival of Elijah at Mt.
effort to eulogize a road hog, but Horeb. which hath not kissed him. In this .;. I :t:
here I am takin' my hat off to a cer- utterance may be seen ai tinge of rebuke I ..t.i .
Having made his lodge in a cave 't' I
tain Virginia porker that parked him- as well as challenge to return CURSE I:
then, the word of the Lord came to : t ty
self smack in the middle of a Federal to the scene of conflict and i i
him saying, "What ,doest thou here,
Highway and proceeded to take again take the place of leadership.
\
?
a comfortable nap. Elijah Some attempts are made to explain y I
The question implies that the
Boy, that pig was a friend to man God's way of "speaking"; to y kX
prophet was not in the appointed I :: :
nature-the
Millionsof his children as though
and I don't mean perhaps.
place and therefore not in a posi- the I
tax burdened, nerve racked motorists trees, the glass, the brooks,
tion to do his Lord's will. Let each
.will rise up an d call him bless- birds, the "wind, earthquake and i
'of us pause and ask ourselves this I t
ed. If anybody wants to raise a fun'dto question, "Am I in the place where fire"-a form of "hearing" through I, 't' o.0.!.
to
build a monument to him, put me the organ of sight. Getting: close .t I
God wants me? Am I doing the workappointed
down for a liberal donation. to me?" God did not de- nature and drawing close to its Cre- I'
For motorists on our public ator will be of great assistance in to the Public
highways years have been forced to dodge sert forsake Elijah us if here we ,will neither hear will His voice He hearing the voice of God when he .. Open Ii

for h.e 'does speak to listen-I
speaks
steer cows and razor
scrub ticky
,
and heed His commands.
hearts in voice clear and distinct.Let YI L. 'II I
back hogs. If they were so unfortunate Elijah had been very zealous for ing not limit the Great Creatorof II I ..t.I .
to hit one it was their own us 't..
as the Lord; the children of Israel had 2
hard luck and the owner of the ani- forsaken 'his covenant, and thrown the universe to a "sign" language.farmer I .y. I ...t.I ..
the
found
young
mal would collect three times the Elijah ..
down the altar, also slain his prophets -
critter's value if you killed the brute. with the sword. The prophet felt (Elisha) who was to be his successor I 't' \ :_: .
in the field. God :' 4.X -
engaged
busily .
Mere man not only paid for the that he alone was the only true wor- called his honored -servants -I' .t'
highways but he had to be darn care- shiper of Jehovah. has always x
industrious, he
ful how he used 'em. He must keep Standing upon the mountain, Eli- from amongthe .. +
off the shoulders, stay on his side jah witnessed three great demonstra- never looks for a leader of his peo- : Green Fees :::

of the line, wear a tail light, blow I tions of power-agencies of destruct- ple among the. idle. I

his horn and heed a lot of other! ion-but God was not in these. Aft- sc 1 *f Exceptional Fairways I '':s

regulations.But er the wind, the earthquake, and <;1" "lff (t{'1: &'j78; :&' I
I. .L' = : Greens I ::
Mr. Hog could interesting
Mrs. Cow and fire the prophet who was regaininga ;
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eat, sleep, roll over, play dead ox. grip on self could hear the still Counselor and Attorney at Law I I.irB
play squat tag on any highway at any small voice speaking within his ,innermost -
I
Hopkins Building ....
time and if you so much as grazedone being. : --..

with a fender it was just too bad. Standing before the cave a voice I. Wednestlajs. and Saturdays: i ;N" :N:11 N N N:N..:N N..: :N:N N):";.N N 1.:N.IIN N N N N N:Ii N'N:N N:N).:N;N: : : :1.
Hundreds of lives have been snuffed again inquires, "What doest thou 9:30 to 4:00 ,

out because somebody's flea bit ...
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ten heifer stepped on the road at

the wrong time. Thousands of dollars

worth of costly motor cars have been

piled. up in a mass of wreckage for

the same reasen.
From time to time motorists have


turned Iti. was be laughed considered to the courts at ridiculous and for thrown redress, for any-onlyt. out. 'd COM M U N I 'A VE T fs I N G ..;';


one to question the rights of the sac- IJYd .. -. .- . .- ;
the imperial hog. : I / :
red cow or :
Recently on a federal highway in : i ( : : :

Virginia somebody's roaming hog !: .. J't'. :, ;.....
proceeded to bed down for a siesta.A f ..--J"' I\\ \ : ;
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motorist, in an effort to avoid hitting "" \ ; '. .
'.\ __ \ "'.0" r.' ;''..ii.A1,
the road and ... ) \ .'... :. ., \ .. ::: :
him, swerved from ."\ '. ...... . '. I'. .!I'
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piled his car up against a pole, wreck- [ .." YL .\1.. .. f. .' ., :" r :::., '. I. :';.r'...:.,
ing it and injuring himself.He r ..'... .. .-' '111'-'":;. .rr/'- '. :".1 d''

went to the local court for justice ./ ":;: l;!" "' ..; : ;,



He raspberry a had and higher money,they but court.so gave he he didn't Again took him stop the the the matterto there.royal case i'I/ri1' / ;! B U 'Il I 0 C I TIE I S'; -


wouldn't give
was lost, but up.
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He appealed until finally the case .:. ,.. j I
came before the Supreme Court of ,

the land. 4' ': ;: !: One city grows .rapidly and another lags behind. Sometimes :

There, praise be, he found the JUS- f 1 i is the result of a favorable combination of natural :';'
progress
TICE he'd fought and struggled for. t"f .
The decision of all the lower courts / J / I I advantages. More often, it is the energy, foresight and civic 'c:

was reversed and siding with the 1 policy of its citizens. The community that applies the proved _

motorist the United States Supreme P,4 methods of modern merchandising in selling its advantages .:
t that Iw
Court ruled that the hog or cow
roams the public highway does so at t t' ; %1 to the world actually gets results. For example, take. two .,

the owner's risk. Furthermore, t cj : & groups of widely scattered cities right here in Florida. One .

should anyone be injured or his property believed in the other didn't. Here the '<
? -destroyed because of the negli- f :r' :, ,: to group advertising; are J'. "

gence of a livestock owner- in permit Vii : .. ,,.:. population' figures> showing the record of growth: .., -.'.... -.t}'

ting his cattle on a highway, the said "J '.'' < ,... ; '

' owner became liable for damages and ADVERTISED GROUP _i.

should pay them. I ,. ;
This decision 'is far reaching.. -Hereafter ". 1,045 in 1840 grew to 129,549 in 1930 v:. ;

when motorists tangle witt .1 ;.' *: ,.; 1,681 in .1900 grew to 110,637 in 1930 i i

livestock on the highway instead of: .:! .._ .;,. 796 in 1870 grew to 101,161 in 1930 -

being sued by the cattle owner, they l .{>I ',\ ; ... ',. .' 279 in 1890 grew to 40,425 in 1930 .' ,

will damages reverse for the their system wrecked and car.demanc and cN .s\; y ",:':::a''. I'., 2,865 in 1890 grew to 27,330 in 1930 ,. ".

personal injuries. '- ':: : -.; -to
.--c i'- : ., f NON-ADVERTISED GROUP

=li.M48ililtlli7li11lrnRilIC3 QQCJACK'S B \, \ !: 1,616 in 1840 grew to 10,700 ih 1930 _.

B I Iq : ::' .. = I ,2.o16.n! 1890 grew to 10,100 !in 1930 "
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FAMOUS ;. 1 ; '
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r ':-' '4' : 2,790 In 1890 grew to 10,465 in>1930 :.' '.'
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Dinners -. .. ti' : 1,708 in 1830 grew to 12,111 in 1930 ._
B Chop Suey : 4... f .
H \:: -, :. 688 in 1840 grew to 12,831 in 1930 ._ ':'f;

B.R. Tuesday from G:00 to 8:00 j: ,.._" ..,..,If"" _. ...:,'

SPECIAL BROILED STEAK ';';!:: Both groups are representative of coastal and interior areas.

a The results!. speak for themselves. This is a lesson in community .
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B B Dinners Thursday Night ;, .. \ 1".ATt. Florida Committee 15.a nonpartisan = I.. advertising that applies to the state as a whole., All
B< I r.
a non-profit organization for Florida deserve the benefits of a state-wide adver
sectipns _
B Watanabe Hotel tfe promotion of Florida's welfare as .
0H these tising Population and wealth come where they ate
weekly
Sirs. P. R. Ma\\\ell, l'rop.1tlIHG7 a wh ole. >tudy announcements program.
H n carefully so that you may know invited and where advantages are offered. We need moro

3iQ3lLICA9l1 n.Ez! EaE8I l'!orida and thus be better .fitted to people;' ngp' capital, larger consumer markets. Let's invite

<) co-oporate m its future prosperity.
them-enthusiastically-to I All Florida! ",
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